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It Makes No Difference

Northern Lights - Southern Cross
The Band
Released November 1, 1975 (1975-11-01)
Recorded Spring-Summer 1975
Shangri-La Studio, Zuma Beach, California
Genre Roots rock, Americana
Length 40:40
Label Capitol
Producer The Band & Cheryl Pawelski
The Band chronology

The Basement Tapes
(1975)
Northern Lights - Southern Cross
(1975)
The Best of The Band
(1976)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]
Robert Christgau (B+)[2]
Rolling Stone 3.5/5 stars[3]
Piero Scaruffi (6/10)[4]

Northern Lights – Southern Cross is the sixth studio album by Canadian-American rock group The Band released in 1975. It was the first album to be recorded at their new California studio, Shangri-La, and the first album of all new material since 1971's Cahoots. All eight songs are credited as compositions of guitarist Robbie Robertson.

Northern Lights - Southern Cross was recorded using a 24-track console, which allowed Garth Hudson to include multiple layers of keyboards on several tracks.

"Acadian Driftwood" was featured in a 1984 CBC-TV special titled Murray McLauchlan's Floating Over Canada. The only Band member to appear in the sequence was Levon Helm. In this presentation of the song, Levon, his wife Sandy Helm, and Murray McLauchlan depict the expulsion of Acadian citizens by British forces. My Morning Jacket covered "It Makes No Difference" for the 2007 Band tribute album Endless Highway: The Music of The Band.[5]

Track listing

All songs written by Robbie Robertson.

No. Title Length
1. "Forbidden Fruit"   5:59
2. "Hobo Jungle"   4:15
3. "Ophelia"   3:32
4. "Acadian Driftwood"   6:42
5. "Ring Your Bell"   3:55
6. "It Makes No Difference"   6:34
7. "Jupiter Hollow"   5:20
8. "Rags and Bones"   4:46

Bonus track listing from 2001 re-release

No. Title Length
9. "Twilight (Early Alternate Version)"   3:13
10. "Christmas Must Be Tonight (Alternate Version)"   3:01

Personnel

Additional personnel

Charts

Album - Billboard (North America)

Year Chart Position
1976 Billboard 200 26

Singles - Billboard (North America)

Year Single Chart Position
1976 "Ophelia" Hot 100 62[6]

External links

  • [1] – Peter Viney's article on "Acadian Driftwood" at theband.hiof.no
  • [2] – Peter Viney's article on "Jupiter Hollow" at theband.hiof.no

References

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