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Cahoots is the fourth album by Canadian-American rock group The Band released in 1971 and was their last all-original studio album for four years. It received only mixed reviews when it first appeared. Robbie Robertson wrote or co-wrote all but one of the album tracks, Bob Dylan's "When I Paint My Masterpiece." Robertson's occasional co-writers include Danko and Helm on "Life is a Carnival", and Van Morrison on "4% Pantomime." The album cover for Cahoots was painted by New York artist/illustrator Gilbert Stone.
1. Life Is A Carnival 2. When I Paint My Masterpiece 3. Last Of The Blacksmiths 4. Where Do We Go From Here? 5. 4% Pantomime 6. Shoot Out In Chinatown 7. The Moon Struck One 8. Thinkin' Out Loud 9. Smoke Signal 10. Volcano 11. The River Hymn 12. Endless Highway 13. When I Paint My Masterpiece 14. Bessie Smith 15. Don't Do It 16. Cahoots Radio Commercial