The Grateful Dead is the debut album of the Grateful Dead. It was released by Warner Bros. Records in March 1967. According to the biographies of both bassist Phil Lesh and drummer Bill Kreutzmann, the band released the album as San Francisco's Grateful Dead. The album was primarily recorded at RCA's Studio A, in Los Angeles, in only four days. The band had wanted to record the tracks in their hometown of San Francisco, but no recording studios in the area had modernized equipment at the time
Grateful Dead: все альбомы, включая Aoxomoxoa, Pacific Northwest '73-'74: Believe it If You Need It, Anthem Of The Sun и другие. 2017 сингл Live at Barton Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 5/8/77. The Greatest Sixties Album.
Grateful Dead is an album by rock band the Grateful Dead. Released in October 1971 on Warner Bros. Records, it is their second live double album. Though the album has been known by the sobriquet "Skull & Roses", the original vertical gatefold cover unfolds to reveal the entire skeleton. The graphic became one of the images most-associated with the band. Opening track "Bertha" fades in on the original version of the album, in semblance of entering the performance space. A longer, full opening is used on CD/digital copies
Unfinished Grateful Dead album. The Grateful Dead had worked on songs in the early 1990s for an album, but it was never completed. This has sometimes been referred to as the unfinished last Grateful Dead album and The Missing Album. The band began work on a new album in February 1992, which was incomplete. After Jerry Garcia's death, the band had considered finishing the album, but it never came into fruition.
The Grateful Dead’s self-titled debut album was released on March 17, 1967 through Warner Bros. The San Francisco Bay Area group went to Southern California to record the album at RCA’s Studio A in Los Angeles. The album was produced in January over a four-day period by David Hassinger. The album was reissued with six extra songs: Alice D. Millionaire, Overseas Stomp (the Lindy), Tastebud, Death Don’t Have No Mercy, and two versions of Viola Lee Blues. The Grateful Dead Q&A.
Grateful Dead - Aoxomoxoa Expanded 6/7Audio CD. Grateful Dead. And I'm curious, who received one of the first 10,000 releases with the psychedelic art? And while we're talking about the early Dead, there's a good (76 + minutes) live set from Nov. 19, 1966, "Dawn of the Dead" which is a real showcase for what the original band (before twin drummers) sounded like before the disastrous "Summer of Love" in '67. It's full of blues/r&b (thanks especially to Pigpen) and a couple of choice early tunes from the Dead
|1-01||Here Comes Sunshine|
|1-03||Lazy River Road|
|1-04||Queen Jane Approximately|
|1-07||China Cut Sunflower / I Know You Rider|
|1-08||Way To Go Home|
|2-01||Truckin' / Good Morning Little Schoolgirl / Smokestack Lightnin'|
|2-04||The Last Time|
|2-05||Standing On The Moon|
|2-06||One More Saturday Night|
|2-07||I Fought The Law|
NotesRecorded live in Eugene, Oregon on August 21, 1993 at University Of Oregon's Autzen Stadium.
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- SPARS Code: DDD