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    Robbie Robertson is best known as the guitarist and primary songwriter of the Band, a.k.a. the guy who wrote “The Weight” and “Up on Cripple Creek.” But the Canadian musician, whose guitar playing has been highly praised by Bob Dylan, has made just as great an impact in his post-Band career. He is one of the first rock musicians to make music for film, and his film credits are extensive. In addition to collaborating at length with Martin Scorsese, Robertson has served as a creative executive for DreamWorks Records. From his five solo albums, “Somewhere Down the Crazy River” is his biggest solo hit to date, and “Broken Arrow” was famously covered by Rod Stewart and added to the Grateful Dead’s live rotation. Rolling Stone Magazine’s 78th greatest guitarist of all time demands to be heard on vinyl.
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