이블: Arista – AL 7001. 식: Vinyl, LP, Album, Terre Haute Pressing. This is not the average Grateful Dead album (that's why many GD fans don't favor it), it stands out from the rest but I think it stands on its own firmly. The A side of the record is like the other GD records on Arista - with a more studio-like sound and a bit of disco, but the B side is what this record is really about; something that the band never did before, didn't repeat and completely breaks away from the band's usual sound.
Produced by Keith Olsen.
It was the first Grateful Dead album on Arista Records and the first studio album after the band returned to live touring, following a nearly two-year hiatus. The album reached No. 28 on the Billboard Album Chart and achieved gold album status in 1987, after being released for the first time on CD (by Arista Records) following the release of that year's In the Dark
Each with amazing talent, and both helped to define The Grateful Dead’s spectacular mid to late 1970’s live performances. The two drummers, Mickey and Billy are included. And instrumentally, they do great. And Jerry, Phil, and Bob do a fabulous job instrumentally also. The album really only has two highlights. And the fabulous and interesting arrangement of the traditional Samson Delilah.
1. Estimated Prophet. 2. Dancin' In The Streets. 4. Samson & Delilah. 7. Peggy-O - (instrumental. 8. Ascent, The - (instrumental. 11. Fire On The Mountain. 12. Dancin' In The Streets- live. Other productions from Grateful Dead.
Get the Sheet Music License This Song. While I sang, rain began falling - I stood and edged around to the other side of the roof, still singing, to the corner of the roof facing the World Trade Center, some fifteen blocks away, where the sky is bright with floodlight illuminating the work of the excavation crew.
The concert performance from the previous night, recorded at the same venue, can be found on Spring 1990 (The Other One).