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Why the Band’s ‘The Last Waltz’ Is the Greatest Concert Movie of All Time – Rolling Stone

How Martin Scorsese’s film of group’s legendary farewell show changed the way live music felt onscreen



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“This film should be played loud!” It’s a cliché now, a concert-movie disclaimer that’s become the equivalent of that hippie-dippy tagline from those Freedom Rock compilation ads (“Well, turn it up, maaaaan.”) But in the late Seventies, when it first flashed onscreen in all white font against a stark black background before the credits of The Last Waltz, you knew it meant business. Keep moving that volume knob clockwise, folks. Let the needle swing into the red.
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