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  • Welcome to the Grateful Dead Channel

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    DEAD FREAKS UNITE Who are you? Where are you? How are you?
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    Will you come with me? Won't you come with me? There's no better place to take a long strange trip with the Grateful Dead than right here. We've got music from every single studio album and a bevy of live albums, to boot. There are celebrated live performances from the 70s and 80s and official videos with more skeletons than you can shake your bones at, an exclusive seaside series on what's to come from the band's rich catalog and details on meet-ups all across the promised land. If it's community you’re after, try your hand at our yearly DEAD COVERS PROJECT competition and connect with fellow Dead Heads around the world. Heck, keep your eyes peeled you might even catch a glimpse of Pigpen on keys, Jerry in a GROOVE, Bobby tellin' tales, Mickey talkin' space, Phil and friends, Bill on the beach, or anyone from our extended family.

    It's all happenin' right here. Subscribe and you won't miss a thing.

    #GratefulDead #AllTheYearsLive #SongOrVenueOrFilm

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  • Grateful Dead - 2020 Dead Covers Project

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    Come join the 2020 DEAD COVERS PROJECT! Deliver your take on your favorite tracks from AMERICAN BEAUTY and WORKINGMAN’S DEAD to YouTube with #DEADCOVERSPROJECT to be featured on the Grateful Dead Channel.

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    Will you come with me? Won't you come with me? There's no better place to take a long strange trip with the Grateful Dead than right here. We've got music from every single studio album and a bevy of live albums, to boot. There are celebrated live performances from the 70s and 80s and official videos with more skeletons than you can shake your bones at, an exclusive seaside series on what's to come from the band's rich catalog and details on meet-ups all across the promised land. If it's community you’re after, try your hand at our yearly DEAD COVERS PROJECT competition and connect with fellow Dead Heads around the world. Heck, keep your eyes peeled you might even catch a glimpse of Pigpen on keys, Jerry in a GROOVE, Bobby tellin' tales, Mickey talkin' space, Phil and friends, Bill on the beach, or anyone from our extended family.

    It's all happenin' right here. Subscribe and you won't miss a thing.

    #GratefulDead #DeadCoversProject #AmericanBeauty #WorkingmansDead

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  • Beat It on down the Line

    2:30

    Provided to YouTube by Rhino/Warner Records

    Beat It on down the Line (2001 Remaster) · Grateful Dead

    Grateful Dead

    ℗ 1967 Warner Records Inc.

    Engineer: Betty Cantor-Jackson
    Arranger, Drums, Percussion, Producer: Bill Kreutzmann
    Engineer: Bob Cassidy
    Arranger, Guitar, Producer, Vocals: Bob Weir
    Producer: David Hassinger
    Production: David Lemieux
    Mixing Engineer: Dick Bogert
    Recording Engineer: Dick Bogert
    Production: James Austin
    Mixing Engineer: Jeffrey Norman
    Arranger, Guitar, Producer, Vocals: Jerry Garcia
    Mastering Engineer: Joe Gastwirt
    Production Consultant: Joe Gastwirt
    Production: Michael Wesley Johnson
    Drums, Percussion: Mickey Hart
    Production: Peter McQuaid
    Arranger, Producer, Vocals: Phil Lesh
    Bass Guitar: Phil Lesh
    Arranger, Harmonica, Organ, Producer, Vocals: Ron Pigpen Mckernan
    Writer: Jesse Fuller

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • 5 Hour Grateful Dead Jam Only Compilation 1966-1972

    5:12:34

    Hi friends. Thank you so much for being apart of this community with me, I couldn't call a larger group of humans family.

    This is the second 5 hour Grateful Dead compilation I've mixed and released, now focusing on the early years. Left a few vocals in there just cause. It's a little on the heavier side and Dark Star is quite abundant but I'm sure you won't mind.

    As always please share all thoughts, feelings, stories, approvals or criticisms, constructive or not, my mind is completely open from the furthest reaches of the universe to the center of our soul.

    Unfortunately, due to computer storage reasons I deleted the original files so I can't quite remember all of the dates of recordings so this one will be a little puzzle for all of us to figure out. Feel free to tag a time, song, and date.

    -GDSRX

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  • Grateful Dead - June 1976

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    JUNE 1976 features five previously unreleased shows from the Grateful Dead’s hotly anticipated comeback tour: Boston Music Hall, Boston MA (6/10/76 and 6/11/76); Beacon Theatre, New York, NY (6/14/76 and 6/15/76); and Capitol Theatre, Passaic, NJ (6/19/76). Limited and numbered, the boxed set now available

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    Will you come with me? Won't you come with me? There's no better place to take a long strange trip with the Grateful Dead than right here. We've got music from every single studio album and a bevy of live albums, to boot. There are celebrated live performances from the 70s and 80s and official videos with more skeletons than you can shake your bones at, an exclusive seaside series on what's to come from the band's rich catalog and details on meet-ups all across the promised land. If it's community you’re after, try your hand at our yearly DEAD COVERS PROJECT competition and connect with fellow Dead Heads around the world. Heck, keep your eyes peeled you might even catch a glimpse of Pigpen on keys, Jerry in a GROOVE, Bobby tellin' tales, Mickey talkin' space, Phil and friends, Bill on the beach, or anyone from our extended family.

    It's all happenin' right here. Subscribe and you won't miss a thing.

    #GratefulDead #June1976 #StopMotionVideo

  • Grateful Dead - Medley - 05/28/82 - Moscone Center

    36:00

    Grateful Dead - Medley
    Recorded Live: 5/28/1982 - Moscone Center (San Francisco, CA)

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    Personnel:
    Jerry Garcia - lead guitar, vocals
    Bob Weir - guitar, vocals
    Phil Lesh - bass
    Brent Mydland - keyboards, vocals
    Bill Kruetzman - drums
    Mickey Hart - drums
    Guest: Flora Purim - percussion, vocals
    Guest: Airto Moriera - percussion, vocals
    Guest: Boz Scaggs - guitar, vocals
    Guest: John Cipollina - second lead guitar

    Summary:
    The Grateful Dead's first set of the evening is a condensed version of their normal full-show format, beginning with a first half consisting of shorter songs played in a straightforward manner, followed by a second half consisting of songs that are used as vehicles for improvisation.

    Everything is played reasonably well but in a somewhat perfunctory manner. Keyboardist Brent Mydland is probably the most valuable player during this set, but occasional sparks do fly from the others. The most interesting part of this set is the exploratory section following the jam out of Truckin', which includes South American percussionist, Airto Moriera, and improvisational vocalist, Flora Purim, adding their flavorings to the drums/space section of the jam.

    The second set, which features Boz Scaggs and John Cipollina sitting in, is unquestionably the highlight of this concert. Here Garcia becomes more engaged and everyone is obviously having a great time. This set begins with Walkin' Blues, a song the Dead hadn't played since 1966. Garcia and Cipollina add tasty leads as Boz Scaggs takes over vocal duties.

    Scaggs then leads the group through a bluesy I Got a Mind To Give Up Livin'. This is the only time the Grateful Dead ever performed this song and it is worth a listen for that reason alone, not to mention it being a fine performance.

    They end the set by resurrecting the classic Turn On Your Lovelight into Johnny B. Goode to end the set. While it doesn't hold a candle to the wild renditions of Lovelight that the band used to conjure up with Pigpen on vocals, it's a welcome resurrection and this final jam concludes their set on a high note.

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  • Grateful Dead - Alabama Getaway / Greatest Story Ever Told - 05/28/82

    9:25

    Grateful Dead - Alabama Getaway / Greatest Story Ever Told
    Recorded Live: 5/28/1982 - Moscone Center (San Francisco, CA)

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    Personnel:
    Jerry Garcia - lead guitar, vocals
    Bob Weir - guitar, vocals
    Phil Lesh - bass
    Brent Mydland - keyboards, vocals
    Bill Kruetzman - drums
    Mickey Hart - drums
    Guest: Flora Purim - percussion, vocals
    Guest: Airto Moriera - percussion, vocals
    Guest: Boz Scaggs - guitar, vocals
    Guest: John Cipollina - second lead guitar

    Summary:
    The Grateful Dead's first set of the evening is a condensed version of their normal full-show format, beginning with a first half consisting of shorter songs played in a straightforward manner, followed by a second half consisting of songs that are used as vehicles for improvisation.

    Everything is played reasonably well but in a somewhat perfunctory manner. Keyboardist Brent Mydland is probably the most valuable player during this set, but occasional sparks do fly from the others. The most interesting part of this set is the exploratory section following the jam out of Truckin', which includes South American percussionist, Airto Moriera, and improvisational vocalist, Flora Purim, adding their flavorings to the drums/space section of the jam.

    The second set, which features Boz Scaggs and John Cipollina sitting in, is unquestionably the highlight of this concert. Here Garcia becomes more engaged and everyone is obviously having a great time. This set begins with Walkin' Blues, a song the Dead hadn't played since 1966. Garcia and Cipollina add tasty leads as Boz Scaggs takes over vocal duties.

    Scaggs then leads the group through a bluesy I Got a Mind To Give Up Livin'. This is the only time the Grateful Dead ever performed this song and it is worth a listen for that reason alone, not to mention it being a fine performance.

    They end the set by resurrecting the classic Turn On Your Lovelight into Johnny B. Goode to end the set. While it doesn't hold a candle to the wild renditions of Lovelight that the band used to conjure up with Pigpen on vocals, it's a welcome resurrection and this final jam concludes their set on a high note.

  • New New Minglewood Blues

    2:41

    Provided to YouTube by Rhino/Warner Records

    New New Minglewood Blues (Full Length Version) · Grateful Dead

    Grateful Dead

    ℗ 1967 Warner Records Inc.

    Engineer: Betty Cantor-Jackson
    Arranger, Drums, Percussion, Producer: Bill Kreutzmann
    Engineer: Bob Cassidy
    Arranger, Guitar, Producer, Vocals: Bob Weir
    Producer: David Hassinger
    Engineer: Dick Bogert
    Producer: Grateful Dead
    Arranger, Guitar, Producer, Vocals: Jerry Garcia
    Percussion: Mickey Hart
    Arranger, Producer, Vocals: Phil Lesh
    Bass Guitar: Phil Lesh
    Arranger, Harmonica, Organ, Producer, Vocals: Ron Pigpen McKernan
    Drums: Ron McKernan
    Keyboards: Tom Constanten
    Writer: Bill Kreutzmann
    Writer: Bob Weir
    Writer: Brent Mydland
    Writer: Jerry Garcia
    Writer: Mickey Hart
    Writer: Phil Lesh
    Writer: Ron McKernan
    Writer: Traditional

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  • Grateful Dead - Full Concert - 05/28/82 - Moscone Center

    1:25:08

    Grateful Dead - Full Concert
    Recorded Live: 5/28/1982 Moscone Center (San Francisco, CA)

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    Setlist:
    0:00:00 - Alabama Getaway / Greatest Story Ever Told
    0:09:24 - Stage Adjustments
    0:11:55 - Althea
    0:19:16 - Stage Adjustments
    0:19:55 - Little Red Rooster
    0:28:20 - Stage Adjustments
    0:29:46 - Tennessee Jed
    0:36:29 - Tennessee Jed, continued
    0:37:29 - Tuning
    0:40:05 - Medley
    1:16:10 - Tuning
    1:19:44 - Guest Introduction
    1:19:56 - Stage Adjustments
    1:20:35 - Walkin' Blues
    1:27:24 - Tuning
    1:27:37 - I Got A Mind To Give Up Livin'
    1:36:41 - Turn On Your Love Light

    Personnel:
    Jerry Garcia - lead guitar, vocals
    Bob Weir - guitar, vocals
    Phil Lesh - bass
    Brent Mydland - keyboards, vocals
    Bill Kruetzman - drums
    Mickey Hart - drums
    Guest: Flora Purim - percussion, vocals
    Guest: Airto Moriera - percussion, vocals
    Guest: Boz Scaggs - guitar, vocals
    Guest: John Cipollina - second lead guitar

    Summary:
    The Grateful Dead's first set of the evening is a condensed version of their normal full-show format, beginning with a first half consisting of shorter songs played in a straightforward manner, followed by a second half consisting of songs that are used as vehicles for improvisation.

    Everything is played reasonably well but in a somewhat perfunctory manner. Keyboardist Brent Mydland is probably the most valuable player during this set, but occasional sparks do fly from the others. The most interesting part of this set is the exploratory section following the jam out of Truckin', which includes South American percussionist, Airto Moriera, and improvisational vocalist, Flora Purim, adding their flavorings to the drums/space section of the jam.

    The second set, which features Boz Scaggs and John Cipollina sitting in, is unquestionably the highlight of this concert. Here Garcia becomes more engaged and everyone is obviously having a great time. This set begins with Walkin' Blues, a song the Dead hadn't played since 1966. Garcia and Cipollina add tasty leads as Boz Scaggs takes over vocal duties.

    Scaggs then leads the group through a bluesy I Got a Mind To Give Up Livin'. This is the only time the Grateful Dead ever performed this song and it is worth a listen for that reason alone, not to mention it being a fine performance.

    They end the set by resurrecting the classic Turn On Your Lovelight into Johnny B. Goode to end the set. While it doesn't hold a candle to the wild renditions of Lovelight that the band used to conjure up with Pigpen on vocals, it's a welcome resurrection and this final jam concludes their set on a high note.

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  • Grateful Dead - Althea - 05/28/82 - Moscone Center

    7:22

    Grateful Dead - Althea
    Recorded Live: 5/28/1982 - Moscone Center (San Francisco, CA)

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    Personnel:
    Jerry Garcia - lead guitar, vocals
    Bob Weir - guitar, vocals
    Phil Lesh - bass
    Brent Mydland - keyboards, vocals
    Bill Kruetzman - drums
    Mickey Hart - drums
    Guest: Flora Purim - percussion, vocals
    Guest: Airto Moriera - percussion, vocals
    Guest: Boz Scaggs - guitar, vocals
    Guest: John Cipollina - second lead guitar

    Summary:
    The Grateful Dead's first set of the evening is a condensed version of their normal full-show format, beginning with a first half consisting of shorter songs played in a straightforward manner, followed by a second half consisting of songs that are used as vehicles for improvisation.

    Everything is played reasonably well but in a somewhat perfunctory manner. Keyboardist Brent Mydland is probably the most valuable player during this set, but occasional sparks do fly from the others. The most interesting part of this set is the exploratory section following the jam out of Truckin', which includes South American percussionist, Airto Moriera, and improvisational vocalist, Flora Purim, adding their flavorings to the drums/space section of the jam.

    The second set, which features Boz Scaggs and John Cipollina sitting in, is unquestionably the highlight of this concert. Here Garcia becomes more engaged and everyone is obviously having a great time. This set begins with Walkin' Blues, a song the Dead hadn't played since 1966. Garcia and Cipollina add tasty leads as Boz Scaggs takes over vocal duties.

    Scaggs then leads the group through a bluesy I Got a Mind To Give Up Livin'. This is the only time the Grateful Dead ever performed this song and it is worth a listen for that reason alone, not to mention it being a fine performance.

    They end the set by resurrecting the classic Turn On Your Lovelight into Johnny B. Goode to end the set. While it doesn't hold a candle to the wild renditions of Lovelight that the band used to conjure up with Pigpen on vocals, it's a welcome resurrection and this final jam concludes their set on a high note.

  • Grateful Dead - I Got A Mind To Give Up Livin - 05/28/82 - Moscone Center

    9:05

    Grateful Dead - I Got A Mind To Give Up Livin'
    Recorded Live: 5/28/1982 - Moscone Center (San Francisco, CA)

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    Personnel:
    Jerry Garcia - lead guitar, vocals
    Bob Weir - guitar, vocals
    Phil Lesh - bass
    Brent Mydland - keyboards, vocals
    Bill Kruetzman - drums
    Mickey Hart - drums
    Guest: Flora Purim - percussion, vocals
    Guest: Airto Moriera - percussion, vocals
    Guest: Boz Scaggs - guitar, vocals
    Guest: John Cipollina - second lead guitar

    Summary:
    The Grateful Dead's first set of the evening is a condensed version of their normal full-show format, beginning with a first half consisting of shorter songs played in a straightforward manner, followed by a second half consisting of songs that are used as vehicles for improvisation.

    Everything is played reasonably well but in a somewhat perfunctory manner. Keyboardist Brent Mydland is probably the most valuable player during this set, but occasional sparks do fly from the others. The most interesting part of this set is the exploratory section following the jam out of Truckin', which includes South American percussionist, Airto Moriera, and improvisational vocalist, Flora Purim, adding their flavorings to the drums/space section of the jam.

    The second set, which features Boz Scaggs and John Cipollina sitting in, is unquestionably the highlight of this concert. Here Garcia becomes more engaged and everyone is obviously having a great time. This set begins with Walkin' Blues, a song the Dead hadn't played since 1966. Garcia and Cipollina add tasty leads as Boz Scaggs takes over vocal duties.

    Scaggs then leads the group through a bluesy I Got a Mind To Give Up Livin'. This is the only time the Grateful Dead ever performed this song and it is worth a listen for that reason alone, not to mention it being a fine performance.

    They end the set by resurrecting the classic Turn On Your Lovelight into Johnny B. Goode to end the set. While it doesn't hold a candle to the wild renditions of Lovelight that the band used to conjure up with Pigpen on vocals, it's a welcome resurrection and this final jam concludes their set on a high note.

  • Grateful Dead - June 1976

    2:44

    JUNE 1976 features five previously unreleased shows from the Grateful Dead’s hotly anticipated comeback tour: Boston Music Hall, Boston MA (6/10/76 and 6/11/76); Beacon Theatre, New York, NY (6/14/76 and 6/15/76); and Capitol Theatre, Passaic, NJ (6/19/76). Limited and numbered, the boxed set now available for pre-order

    Subscribe!

    Take a trip with our playlists....

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    The Dead: Covered
    Scintillating Bust Outs

    Stay connected with The Dead on...

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    Facebook
    Instagram
    Twitter

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    Will you come with me? Won't you come with me? There's no better place to take a long strange trip with the Grateful Dead than right here. We've got music from every single studio album and a bevy of live albums, to boot. There are celebrated live performances from the 70s and 80s and official videos with more skeletons than you can shake your bones at, an exclusive seaside series on what's to come from the band's rich catalog and details on meet-ups all across the promised land. If it's community you’re after, try your hand at our yearly DEAD COVERS PROJECT competition and connect with fellow Dead Heads around the world. Heck, keep your eyes peeled you might even catch a glimpse of Pigpen on keys, Jerry in a GROOVE, Bobby tellin' tales, Mickey talkin' space, Phil and friends, Bill on the beach, or anyone from our extended family.

    It's all happenin' right here. Subscribe and you won't miss a thing.

    #GratefulDead #June1976 #UnboxingVideo

  • I Know You Rider • Grateful Dead

    3:28

    ***Hi friends - Just like every musician everywhere, all my shows (aka work) has been cancelled. I’d love to keep making these bi-weekly videos while we get thru this crisis if I can; if you’re able afford it and would like to help then tips and donations are more than welcome! Every bit counts. Thanks for Listening ***

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    (Last of phone if needed 3021)
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  • Welcome Home

    3:02

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    Welcome Home · Alcyon Massve

    Dreadication

    ℗ 2012 Alcyon Massive

    Released on: 2012-03-27

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  • Grateful Dead - Walkin Blues - 05/28/82 - Moscone Center

    6:50

    Grateful Dead - Walkin' Blues
    Recorded Live: 5/28/1982 - Moscone Center (San Francisco, CA)

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    Personnel:
    Jerry Garcia - lead guitar, vocals
    Bob Weir - guitar, vocals
    Phil Lesh - bass
    Brent Mydland - keyboards, vocals
    Bill Kruetzman - drums
    Mickey Hart - drums
    Guest: Flora Purim - percussion, vocals
    Guest: Airto Moriera - percussion, vocals
    Guest: Boz Scaggs - guitar, vocals
    Guest: John Cipollina - second lead guitar

    Summary:
    The Grateful Dead's first set of the evening is a condensed version of their normal full-show format, beginning with a first half consisting of shorter songs played in a straightforward manner, followed by a second half consisting of songs that are used as vehicles for improvisation.

    Everything is played reasonably well but in a somewhat perfunctory manner. Keyboardist Brent Mydland is probably the most valuable player during this set, but occasional sparks do fly from the others. The most interesting part of this set is the exploratory section following the jam out of Truckin', which includes South American percussionist, Airto Moriera, and improvisational vocalist, Flora Purim, adding their flavorings to the drums/space section of the jam.

    The second set, which features Boz Scaggs and John Cipollina sitting in, is unquestionably the highlight of this concert. Here Garcia becomes more engaged and everyone is obviously having a great time. This set begins with Walkin' Blues, a song the Dead hadn't played since 1966. Garcia and Cipollina add tasty leads as Boz Scaggs takes over vocal duties.

    Scaggs then leads the group through a bluesy I Got a Mind To Give Up Livin'. This is the only time the Grateful Dead ever performed this song and it is worth a listen for that reason alone, not to mention it being a fine performance.

    They end the set by resurrecting the classic Turn On Your Lovelight into Johnny B. Goode to end the set. While it doesn't hold a candle to the wild renditions of Lovelight that the band used to conjure up with Pigpen on vocals, it's a welcome resurrection and this final jam concludes their set on a high note.

  • Grateful Dead - Tennessee Jed - 05/28/82 - Moscone Center

    6:44

    Grateful Dead - Tennessee Jed
    Recorded Live: 5/28/1982 - Moscone Center (San Francisco, CA)

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    Personnel:
    Jerry Garcia - lead guitar, vocals
    Bob Weir - guitar, vocals
    Phil Lesh - bass
    Brent Mydland - keyboards, vocals
    Bill Kruetzman - drums
    Mickey Hart - drums
    Guest: Flora Purim - percussion, vocals
    Guest: Airto Moriera - percussion, vocals
    Guest: Boz Scaggs - guitar, vocals
    Guest: John Cipollina - second lead guitar

    Summary:
    The Grateful Dead's first set of the evening is a condensed version of their normal full-show format, beginning with a first half consisting of shorter songs played in a straightforward manner, followed by a second half consisting of songs that are used as vehicles for improvisation.

    Everything is played reasonably well but in a somewhat perfunctory manner. Keyboardist Brent Mydland is probably the most valuable player during this set, but occasional sparks do fly from the others. The most interesting part of this set is the exploratory section following the jam out of Truckin', which includes South American percussionist, Airto Moriera, and improvisational vocalist, Flora Purim, adding their flavorings to the drums/space section of the jam.

    The second set, which features Boz Scaggs and John Cipollina sitting in, is unquestionably the highlight of this concert. Here Garcia becomes more engaged and everyone is obviously having a great time. This set begins with Walkin' Blues, a song the Dead hadn't played since 1966. Garcia and Cipollina add tasty leads as Boz Scaggs takes over vocal duties.

    Scaggs then leads the group through a bluesy I Got a Mind To Give Up Livin'. This is the only time the Grateful Dead ever performed this song and it is worth a listen for that reason alone, not to mention it being a fine performance.

    They end the set by resurrecting the classic Turn On Your Lovelight into Johnny B. Goode to end the set. While it doesn't hold a candle to the wild renditions of Lovelight that the band used to conjure up with Pigpen on vocals, it's a welcome resurrection and this final jam concludes their set on a high note.

  • COVER: Grateful Dead, Deal - Original Solo & Jam

    1:18

    This video is actually two separate parts. First, I composed a solo, which I practiced then performed. Second, I improvised and jammed over the same chord progression. How does it sound, and which do you like better? Any feedback on tone, technique, and composition is welcome. Would love to hear your thoughts!

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    Backing track provided by Jeff Williams Guitar Instruction. Here's his channel--please check it out:

    I was able to use this backing track by subscribing to Jeff's Patreon at the 10$/month tier. I would highly recommend subscribing for some amazing tracks and lessons:

    Key: A
    Tempo: 118bpm

    AUDIO
    Guitar: Schecter Ultra III
    Rig: Focusrite iTrack Solo into Garageband English Combo amp

    VIDEO
    iPhone Xr

    NOTE: I don’t own any of the music covered in this video.


    Enjoy!

  • Welcome to our Channel!

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    Welcome to our Channel!

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  • Playing Grateful Dead with an Overdrive Special!

    11:31

    Whats up guys, welcome back to the channel. Todays video we'll be using the Overdrive Special to get some Grateful Dead type tones. Very inspired by JM's last touring rig with Dead and Co. Hope you enjoy the video.Thank you for watching!

    Interested in Lessons? Send me an email: Gbergman0211@gmail.com

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  • The Grateful Dead: Anthem of the Sun - Deluxe Edition - Unboxed

    5:34

    Welcome Classic Rock Fans! This is the channel for music aficionados and rock freaks that actually care about the minutiae of the music. We “Come Together” on Classic Album Review!

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  • The Archies Grateful Dead Episode

    2:36

    The Archies Grateful Dead Episode
    The Archies Cover Scarlet Begonias
    Video by Knut Masco

  • Grateful Dead - Ready Or Not

    36

    Out now - READY OR NOT, nine unreleased live versions of late-period Grateful Dead songs that debuted in 1992 and 1993, a reflection of what could have been the band's next official studio album.

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  • Big River

    6:32

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    Big River (Live at Hartford Civic Center, October 14, 1983) · Grateful Dead

    Dick's Picks Vol. 6: Hartford Civic Center, Hartford, CT 10/14/83

    ℗ 1996 Grateful Dead Productions, Inc.

    Arranger, Drums, Percussion, Producer: Bill Kreutzmann
    Arranger, Guitar, Producer, Vocals: Bob Weir
    Arranger, Bodhran, Keyboards, Producer, Vocals: Brent Mydland
    Recording Engineer: Dan Healy
    Mastering Engineer: Jeffrey Norman
    Arranger, Guitar, Producer, Vocals: Jerry Garcia
    Arranger, Drums, Percussion, Producer: Mickey Hart
    Arranger, Producer, Vocals: Phil Lesh
    Bass Guitar: Phil Lesh
    Writer: Johnny Cash

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  • Grateful Dead - Dear Mr. Fantasy

    6:15

    Oakland Stadium - Oakland, CA (07/24/1987).

    Dear Mr. Fantasy is a rock song by Traffic from their 1967 album, Mr. Fantasy. An extended live version of the song also appears on the 1971 Traffic album Welcome to the Canteen. The lyrics were written by Jim Capaldi, while the music was written by Steve Winwood and Chris Wood.
    The song has been covered by The Grateful Dead, Jimi Hendrix, Big Sugar and by Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young. Crosby, Stills, and Nash added two new verses to their version's lyrics:

    Each time you choose to sing the rock & roll blues,
    you take everybody's loneliness with you.
    What do you lose each time you face down a room?
    All of us see our changes through you.

    So sing of the ocean of tears you have sailed,
    Strangers and lovers that took you.
    All of us sang, and all of us failed.
    In one way we don't ever hear you.

    Steve Winwood played an 8-minute and 13 second version on stage at Eric Clapton's 2007 Crossroads Guitar Festival and the song appears on the festival DVD.

    The song was on the setlist of Steve Winwood and Eric Clapton's joint tour in 2009. A live recording appears on the album Live from Madison Square Garden.

    As a solo act with a backing band, Dave Mason has performed the song live, himself covering duties of lead vocal, guitar and harmonica.

    In addition the song was performed on multiple occasions throughout the 1980s by the Grateful Dead with keyboardist Brent Mydland on vocals. Phil Lesh and Friends, Gov't Mule and Widespread Panic occasionally cover the song. It also appeared on The Live Adventures of Mike Bloomfield and Al Kooper in 1969, where its chord progression morphed into Hey Jude. This segue into Hey Jude also frequently appeared in the versions performed by the Grateful Dead and related bands.

    The song was covered by the American hard rock band Tesla on the album Real to Reel (2007).

    The Chicano rock band Los Lobos has played the song live, segueing into it from one of their own compositions.

    In the Adventures in Babysitting episode of Supernatural, the song plays at the end.

    David Bowie was inspired by the chorus of this song enough to record a very similar vocal for the verses of The Supermen from his album The Man Who Sold The World.

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  • Grateful Dead - Shakedown Street

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    Shakedown Street by the Grateful Dead. It's from their 1978 album, Shakedown Street.

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  • Grateful dead 2-5-78 Samson and Delilah Cedar Falls, Iowa

    11:31

    Deadology: The 33 Essential Dates of GD History@

  • Grateful Dead - Help On The Way / Slipknot / Franklins Tower / The Music Never Stopped

    26:49

    Grateful Dead - Help On The Way / Slipknot / Franklin's Tower / The Music Never Stopped
    Recorded Live: 6/19/1976 - Capitol Theatre (Passaic, NJ)

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    Personnel:
    Jerry Garcia - guitar, vocals
    Bob Weir - guitar, vocals
    Phil Lesh - bass, vocals
    Kieth Godchaux - keyboards
    Donna Jean Godchaux - vocals
    Bill Kruetzman - drums
    Mickey Hart - drums, percussion

    Summary:
    This is a very significant show as it was the very first time The Grateful Dead did a national radio broadcast. They had done many local radio simulcasts before, but this was right after they returned from a two year haitus from touring and this broadcast was a big deal at the time.

  • Grateful Dead 12-31-87 Oakland Coliseum Oakland CA

    2:27:28

    Setlist:

    Set 1
    Bertha
    Cold Rain And Snow
    Little Red Rooster
    When Push Comes To Shove
    When I Paint My Masterpiece
    Bird Song
    The Music Never Stopped

    Set 2
    Hell In A Bucket
    Uncle John's Band
    Terrapin Station
    Drums
    Space
    The Other One
    Wharf Rat
    Throwing Stones
    Not Fade Away
    E: Knockin' on Heaven's Door

  • Grateful Dead - 6/20/80, Anchorage AK - Soundboard - Complete show

    2:44:46

    **This video is part of an ongoing effort to catalog my favorite shows in the highest sound quality possible. To the best of my knowledge, each recording is the clearest available version. Some recordings may be Matrix (a mix of soundboard and audience taping). Files have also been combined so that transitions between songs are seamless. All recording info has been copied from etree.org.**

    Art:
    Source 1: The mushrooms, cave, crystals, and boat. I'll be damned if I can find the source anymore. Someone painted this damn thing from scratch. Will keep looking.
    Source 2: The sky. I took this photo from Natural Bridges National Monument, Utah, in 2012. 30 second exposure with a new moon, and about as close as you will get on planet earth to no light pollution. Most of the stars you see are from our own Milky Way, of course. However if you look closely at the top of the frame you will see what I believe is the Andromeda Galaxy: our closest galactic neighbor @ 250 million light years away, and containing **1 trillion of its own stars**. Do your best to wrap your brain around that. Didn't even know I captured it until I was processing the pictures back home.


    The two photos were melded together by my friend and colleague, the esteemed and talented George Pearson.

    Grateful Dead
    June 20, 1980
    West High Auditorium
    Anchorage, AK

    Recording Info:
    SBD ... Cassette Master ... Sonic Solutions ... SBM-2 ... CD

    Cassette Masters Supplied by Richard Hale
    Transferred to CD By David Gans
    Additional Mastering By Charlie Miller
    May 3, 2011

    Patch Info:
    AKG 414 ... Cassette Master ... CD, supplies:
    Let It Grow (4:28 - 5:05)
    Drums (4:01 - 4:27)

    Notes:
    -- Thanks to Joe B. Jones for his help with the pitch correction
    ____________________________________________________________________________

    --Set 1--
    Jack Straw ...
    Franklin's Tower ...
    Mama Tried ...
    Mexicali Blues
    Friend of the Devil
    Let It Grow ...
    Althea
    Easy to Love You
    Lost Sailor ...
    Saint of Circumstance ...
    Deal

    --Set 2--
    Alabama Getaway ...
    Greatest Story Ever Told
    Ship of Fools
    Estimated Prophet ...
    The Other One ...
    Drums ...
    Space ...
    Not Fade Away ...
    Black Peter ...
    Around & Around ...
    Johnny B. Goode

    --Encore--
    Don't Ease Me In

  • Grateful Dead - Tennessee Jed, continued - 05/28/82 - Moscone Center

    1:01

    Grateful Dead - Tennessee Jed, continued
    Recorded Live: 5/28/1982 - Moscone Center (San Francisco, CA)

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    Personnel:
    Jerry Garcia - lead guitar, vocals
    Bob Weir - guitar, vocals
    Phil Lesh - bass
    Brent Mydland - keyboards, vocals
    Bill Kruetzman - drums
    Mickey Hart - drums
    Guest: Flora Purim - percussion, vocals
    Guest: Airto Moriera - percussion, vocals
    Guest: Boz Scaggs - guitar, vocals
    Guest: John Cipollina - second lead guitar

    Summary:
    The Grateful Dead's first set of the evening is a condensed version of their normal full-show format, beginning with a first half consisting of shorter songs played in a straightforward manner, followed by a second half consisting of songs that are used as vehicles for improvisation.

    Everything is played reasonably well but in a somewhat perfunctory manner. Keyboardist Brent Mydland is probably the most valuable player during this set, but occasional sparks do fly from the others. The most interesting part of this set is the exploratory section following the jam out of Truckin', which includes South American percussionist, Airto Moriera, and improvisational vocalist, Flora Purim, adding their flavorings to the drums/space section of the jam.

    The second set, which features Boz Scaggs and John Cipollina sitting in, is unquestionably the highlight of this concert. Here Garcia becomes more engaged and everyone is obviously having a great time. This set begins with Walkin' Blues, a song the Dead hadn't played since 1966. Garcia and Cipollina add tasty leads as Boz Scaggs takes over vocal duties.

    Scaggs then leads the group through a bluesy I Got a Mind To Give Up Livin'. This is the only time the Grateful Dead ever performed this song and it is worth a listen for that reason alone, not to mention it being a fine performance.

    They end the set by resurrecting the classic Turn On Your Lovelight into Johnny B. Goode to end the set. While it doesn't hold a candle to the wild renditions of Lovelight that the band used to conjure up with Pigpen on vocals, it's a welcome resurrection and this final jam concludes their set on a high note.

  • Grateful Dead - Box Of Rain

    4:43

    Box Of Rain's return to the live repertoire in 1986 after a 13 year absence was one of the most welcome re-births of a Dead song. Since its March 20, 1986 return in Hampton, VA, Box Of Rain was a song that could appear anywhere in the show, sometimes opening the second set (as it does here), sometimes an encore, occasionally ending a first set, random middle of the first set placement, and even an occasional show-opener. Box Of Rain would be the last song the Grateful Dead ever played. - David Lemieux

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  • Grateful Dead - Set 2 - 12/31/77 - Winterland

    1:39:41

    Grateful Dead - Full Concert
    Recorded Live: 12/31/1977 Winterland (San Francisco, CA)

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    Setlist:
    0:00:00 - New Year's Eve Countdown / Sugar Magnolia
    0:12:11 - Scarlet Begonias
    0:21:22 - Fire On The Mountain
    0:29:20 - Truckin'
    0:46:09 - Wharf Rat
    0:56:58 - Drum Solo
    1:02:52 - Not Fade Away
    1:18:13 - Around And Around
    1:26:56 - One More Saturday Night
    1:32:05 - Casey Jones

  • Dead & Company - If I Had The World To Give

    7:02

    Dead & Company debut 'If I Had The World To Give' during the 2nd set of their show at Nationwide Arena in Columbus, OH on 11/25/17. Click SHOW MORE to read Gary Lambert's notes on this performance.

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    Performance Notes

    If you had to rank the most undeservedly obscure items in the Grateful Dead songbook, there would have to be a place high on the list for this lovely Garcia-Hunter collaboration, recorded and released as the closing track on the Dead’s “Shakedown Street” album in 1978, but performed onstage by the band only three times (all in that year), after which it mysteriously vanished from the repertoire. It was only after Oteil Burbridge emerged as a lead vocalist with Dead & Company that the song made its welcome return with this performance in Columbus. - Gary Lambert

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    Performed By Dead & Company
    Written By Jerry Garcia & Robert Hunter
    Filmed & Edited By Ross Harris
    Produced By Derek Featherstone
    Production Company: UltraSound

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    Dead & Company was formed in 2015 when the Grateful Dead’s Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann and Bob Weir joined forces with artist and musician John Mayer, Allman Brothers’ bassist Oteil Burbridge, and Fare Thee Well and RatDog keyboardist Jeff Chimenti. The result was one of the most successful touring bands of the decade. The inaugural tour kicked off in the fall of 2015 with two sold-out shows at the legendary Madison Square Garden in New York City and ended with two sold-out performances at the ‘Fabulous’ Forum in Inglewood, California.

    Since then, the band has completed five tours, playing to more than 1.5 million fans, and has become a record-breaking stadium act. Dead & Company has headlined iconic stadiums across the country including Folsom Field, Autzen Stadium, Citi Field, Fenway Park and Dodger Stadium. Additionally, the band broke Wrigley Field’s all-time concert attendance record in 2017. Dead & Company’s 2018 Summer Tour ranked in the top 25 of the Top 100 Worldwide Tours and for the past two years, their Summer Tours ranked in the top 15 of the Top Global Concert Tours.

  • JAZZ IS DEAD ii

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  • Last Days at the Fillmore - Full Documentary -

    1:45:05

    Last Days at the Fillmore - Full Concert
    Recorded Live: 7/2/1971 - Fillmore West - San Francisco, CA
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  • Grateful Dead - Eyes Of The World - 12/31/90 - Oakland Coliseum Arena

    15:54

    Grateful Dead - Eyes Of The World
    Recorded Live: 12/31/1990 - Oakland Coliseum Arena (Oakland, CA)

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    Personnel:
    Jerry Garcia - lead guitar, vocals
    Bob Wier - rhythm guitar, vocals
    Phil Lesh - bass, vocals
    Vince Welnick - keyboards
    Bill Kruetzman - drums
    Mickey Hart - drums
    Guests:
    Bruce Hornsby - piano
    Branford Marsalis - saxophone

    Summary:
    The Grateful Dead ring in 1991 at The Oakland Coliseum before a typically enthusiastic home turf audience. This night's configuration featured two keyboard players, with ex-Tubes member Vince Welnick now on electric keyboards and Bruce Hornsby joining in on concert grand piano. This sequence begins five minutes prior to midnight as fire dancers and drummers are stirring up a tribal vibe during the set break. This leads right up to the midnight countdown and The Dead's second set that evening. They rock into the new year with the Buddy Holly classic, Not Fade Away, which then segues into a bouyant Eyes Of The World. On both of these numbers, New Orleans saxophone great, Branford Marsallis, is a featured guest. With both Hornsby and Marsallis on board, these numbers take on new life and a strong celebratory feel fitting of the occasion.

  • China Cat Sunflower- Grateful Dead

    15:03

    *Welcome Back*

    ~Attempt Number Two On Getting some Grateful Dead On My Channel Hope This One Does The Trick, It Does Contain Some Nudity So Beware LOL~

    Thanks For Watching!

  • Guitar News Channel Welcome - TotallyGuitars.com

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    Welcome to the news channel. Here we have a weekly wrap up of acoustic guitar news and happenings at Totally Guitars.

  • Grateful Dead - Ripple

    4:06

    Poolside version of Ripple, one of the Dead's best, (just my opinion...). Enjoy!!
    Comments always welcome and appreciated...

  • Dead Flowers Rolling Stones

    4:01

    Another cracker from the stones ...

  • Channel description

    4:40

    Welcome to my channel! I make guitar tutorial for Grateful Dead music. I will be making tutorials for specific parts of specific recordings of Dead songs, i.e. Jerry solos and Bob harmonies I really like.

    I recommend you be an intermediate guitar player before tackling a lot of these videos. I also recommend you be familiar with the song in question before questing off to learn a solo for it. There are a lot of great resources for learning dead tunes like jdarks.com and gratefuldeadguitarlessons.com. If you haven't checked these guys out I highly recommend it! There are inevitably many others as well.

    Please let me know if there is anything I can do to improve my videos, or if there is a particular riff or solo you would like to learn!

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  • Grateful Dead 10/19/81: Scarlet/ Fire Barcelona, Spain

    24:11

    October 19 is one of the 33 Essential Dates of Deadology @
    An excerpt from Deadology:
    There are better Scarlet/ Fires than the one that opens set two in Barcelona’s Sports Stadium, but few are as addictive. Over the last five years, I’ve probably listened to this one more than any other. The opening chord progression and tempo of the “Scarlet” is sensuous. The swirling, lush sound of Brent Mydland’s keyboards ignites an uplifting groove. Brent was the best backing vocalist the band ever had, and two years into his tenure with the Dead, his organ playing became a key component of the sound. Jerry blows a lyric early on, but his vocal phrasing is sweet. This was a golden age for Garcia’s singing. In the years that followed, excessive smoking took its toll on his angelic voice.
    The “Begonias” outro instrumental is substantial without overstaying its welcome. The last few minutes linger in elegant sophistication. Garcia guides the improv with soft leads in a lower register as the band eases the tempo and softens the volume. Garcia’s licks touch down like drizzling rain as Brent and the drummers attentively play off the Maestro’s direction. It’s a wonderfully subdued jazz moment.
    WHOMP! The passive suspense explodes into the glorious groove of “Fire on the Mountain.” The beat pulses along naturally like a healthy heart, and it never could have flourished like this if it weren’t for the “Begonias” foreplay. The Barcelona “Fire” is lean and combustible. At the tail end of the second solo, Garcia unleashes a barrage of piercing notes with extreme velocity—the type of surge that’s impossible to miss, even if you’re listening passively. The tantalizing nuances of the music combined with the rich high-end audio mix of the soundboard infuse the Barcelona Scarlet /Fire with its alluring charm.

  • Music of The Grateful Dead - The Rock and Roll Playhouse • Stone Pony 2/10/2019

    1:6:57

    #TheRockAndRollPlayhouse presents: The Music of 'The Grateful Dead' (feat. Ross James of 'Terrapin Family Band') — LIVE @ The Stone Pony (AM Show Complete) // Sunday, February 10, 2019
    Setlist:
    • The Hello Song
    • Shakedown Street
    • Not Fade Away →
    • Goin' Down the Road Feeling Bad
    • U.S. Blues
    • Bertha
    • Eyes of the World
    • Scarlet Begonias
    • They Love Each Other
    • Deal
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  • John Fogerty - Centerfield w/ Jerry Garcia & Bob Weir of the Grateful Dead

    4:57

    Check out this very rare clip of John joined by Jerry Garcia and Bob Weir of the Grateful Dead for an incredible rendition of “Centerfield” during a Benefit Concert at the Oakland Coliseum Stadium in 1989!

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    Some songs you might recognize from John's historical career are 'Proud Mary,' 'Fortunate Son,' 'Down on the Corner,' 'Centerfield,' and tons more!

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  • Grateful Dead Ripple Acoustic Guitar Lesson

    26:41

    Tabs for this and all my popular lessons at:

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    And welcome to another by request song tutorial. Thanks to popular demand, I've created a complete guitar lesson for the Grateful Dead's 1970 classic Ripple. In this free tutorial, I'll break down my approach to combining Jerry Garcia's rhythm and lead guitar parts for the intro, and the chord changes and strumming options for the verse and chorus sections. Let's get started!

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  • Big River

    6:57

    Provided to YouTube by Grateful Dead/Rhino

    Big River (Live at Veteran's Memorial Coliseum, New Haven, CT, May 10, 1978) · Grateful Dead

    Dick's Picks Vol. 25: Veterans Memorial Coliseum, New Haven, CT 5/10/78 / Springfield Civic Center, Springfield, MA 5/11/78

    ℗ 2002 Grateful Dead Productions, Inc.

    Arranger, Drums, Percussion, Producer: Bill Kreutzmann
    Arranger, Guitar, Producer, Vocals: Bob Weir
    Arranger, Producer, Vocals: Donna Jean Godchaux
    Arranger, Guitar, Producer, Vocals: Jerry Garcia
    Arranger, Keyboards, Piano, Producer, Synthesizer, Vocals: Keith Godchaux
    Arranger, Drums, Percussion, Producer: Mickey Hart
    Arranger, Producer, Vocals: Phil Lesh
    Bass Guitar: Phil Lesh
    Arranger, Producer: Robert Hunter
    Writer: Johnny Cash

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Farmhouse - Phish

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    Phish's new album

  • Grateful Dead - Little Red Rooster - 05/28/82 - Moscone Center

    8:26

    Grateful Dead - Little Red Rooster
    Recorded Live: 5/28/1982 - Moscone Center (San Francisco, CA)

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    Personnel:
    Jerry Garcia - lead guitar, vocals
    Bob Weir - guitar, vocals
    Phil Lesh - bass
    Brent Mydland - keyboards, vocals
    Bill Kruetzman - drums
    Mickey Hart - drums
    Guest: Flora Purim - percussion, vocals
    Guest: Airto Moriera - percussion, vocals
    Guest: Boz Scaggs - guitar, vocals
    Guest: John Cipollina - second lead guitar

    Summary:
    The Grateful Dead's first set of the evening is a condensed version of their normal full-show format, beginning with a first half consisting of shorter songs played in a straightforward manner, followed by a second half consisting of songs that are used as vehicles for improvisation.

    Everything is played reasonably well but in a somewhat perfunctory manner. Keyboardist Brent Mydland is probably the most valuable player during this set, but occasional sparks do fly from the others. The most interesting part of this set is the exploratory section following the jam out of Truckin', which includes South American percussionist, Airto Moriera, and improvisational vocalist, Flora Purim, adding their flavorings to the drums/space section of the jam.

    The second set, which features Boz Scaggs and John Cipollina sitting in, is unquestionably the highlight of this concert. Here Garcia becomes more engaged and everyone is obviously having a great time. This set begins with Walkin' Blues, a song the Dead hadn't played since 1966. Garcia and Cipollina add tasty leads as Boz Scaggs takes over vocal duties.

    Scaggs then leads the group through a bluesy I Got a Mind To Give Up Livin'. This is the only time the Grateful Dead ever performed this song and it is worth a listen for that reason alone, not to mention it being a fine performance.

    They end the set by resurrecting the classic Turn On Your Lovelight into Johnny B. Goode to end the set. While it doesn't hold a candle to the wild renditions of Lovelight that the band used to conjure up with Pigpen on vocals, it's a welcome resurrection and this final jam concludes their set on a high note.

  • Dead & Company - Iko Iko

    8:24

    Dead & Company opened their show at XL Center in Hartford, CT on 11/22/17 with Iko Iko. Click SHOW MORE to read Gary Lambert's notes on this performance.

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    Performance Notes

    Hey Now! Based on the battle chants of the legendary Mardi Gras Indian tribes of New Orleans, this song first appeared in recorded form in 1953 as “Jock-a-Mo,” by James “Sugarboy” Edwards, then resurfaced under its current title as a smash 1965 single by the vocal group the Dixie Cups. It started turning up in the Grateful Dead’s repertoire in the late 70s and its irresistible groove was especially welcome at the Mardi Gras shows (complete with parade floats and wild costumes) that the great impresario Bill Graham produced for the Dead in the San Francisco Bay Area in the 80s and early 90s. - Gary Lambert

    Credits
    Performed By Dead & Company
    Written By Barbara Ann Hawkins, Jessie Thomas, Joan Marie Johnson, Joe Jones, Marylin Jones, Rosa Lee Hawkins, Sharon Jones
    Filmed & Edited By Ross Harris
    Produced By Derek Featherstone
    Production Company: UltraSound

    For your viewing pleasure....
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    There's nothing quite like seeing Dead & Company live on a hot summer night in the company of thousands of friends and family. We know, and we hope to see you on the road soon! But for the in-between moments, the cold winter nights, and the slow days at work, the official Dead & Company YouTube channel is here as a souvenir of the musical magic that Bob, Mickey, Bill, John, Oteil, and Jeff make on stage. We'll be uploading new videos every Wednesday and Friday to complement our live album releases on Fridays. Subscribe now so you don’t miss a thing! While you’re here, drop us a line in the comments and let us know how you're feeling, share our videos with other heads, and most importantly, keep on groovin' until we meet again....

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    Dead & Company was formed in 2015 when the Grateful Dead’s Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann and Bob Weir joined forces with artist and musician John Mayer, Allman Brothers’ bassist Oteil Burbridge, and Fare Thee Well and RatDog keyboardist Jeff Chimenti. The result was one of the most successful touring bands of the decade. The inaugural tour kicked off in the fall of 2015 with two sold-out shows at the legendary Madison Square Garden in New York City and ended with two sold-out performances at the ‘Fabulous’ Forum in Inglewood, California.

    Since then, the band has completed five tours, playing to more than 1.5 million fans, and has become a record-breaking stadium act. Dead & Company has headlined iconic stadiums across the country including Folsom Field, Autzen Stadium, Citi Field, Fenway Park and Dodger Stadium. Additionally, the band broke Wrigley Field’s all-time concert attendance record in 2017. Dead & Company’s 2018 Summer Tour ranked in the top 25 of the Top 100 Worldwide Tours and for the past two years, their Summer Tours ranked in the top 15 of the Top Global Concert Tours.

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