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Hardly Aged A Day
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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

Bootleg, 10 Июнь 1973лейбл неизвестен. Grateful Dead from the Mars Hotel. Album, 27 Июнь 1974, Rhino Records, Grateful Dead Records.

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.

Recorded for Workingman's Dead, but not included on the original release of that album. It was played live less than 20 times in total in 1969 and 1970. It has recently been revived by Phil Lesh & Friends, and by "The Dead". Lyrics By. Robert Hunter. We dug him up on Tuesday He'd hardly aged a day Taught us all he ever knew We never knew so much before We may never know so much again. Mason was a mighty man A mighty man was he All he said, when dead and gone Don't you weep for me. The wall collapsed on Wednesday We chalked it up to fate All his children ran and hid We never hid so well before Swore we'd never show our face again. It’s all happenin’! Unable to process your request at this time.

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. Unlike Live/Dead, the album contained several lead and background vocal overdubs. For the three new original compositions ("Bertha", "Playing in the Band", and "Wharf Rat"), the band invited Jerry Garcia associate Merl Saunders to overdub organ parts

The Grateful Dead (ザ・グレイトフル・デッド Za Gureitofuru Deddo) is the Stand of Prosciutto featured in Vento Aureo. The Grateful Dead is a humanoid torso covered with eyes. It lacks legs but has large arms, and it walks on its hands, where each has four huge metal-like and segmented fingers evenly spaced around its circumference. Hanging from its waist, where its legs should be, are four segmented tentacles. The eyes all over its body give it the look of a yokai

Artist: Grateful Dead. Album: Workingman’s Dead. Heyo! SONGLYRICS just got interactive. We dug him up on Tuesday He hardly aged a day Taught us all we ever knew We ain't never knew so much before We may never know so much again. Mason was a mighty man A mighty man was he Always said, "When I'm dead and gone Don't you weep for me". The wall collapsed on Wednesday We chalked it up to fate All his children ran in fear They ain't never hear it so well before Swore they'd never show their face again.

Sure, the Grateful Dead is a qualified moniker, and has been ever since quicksilver lead guitarist, vocalist, songwriter and spiritual adviser Jerry Garcia died on August 9, 1995. Strictly speaking, the band ended that day. But the songs and the scene remained, vital and viral. Younger bands bloomed in the Dead’s image, good, bad and meh, spinning variations. He’d hardly aged a day/Taught us all we ever knew croaked Lesh, comrades choogling alongside. New Potato Caboose was another deep-crate highlight, about a dark psychedelic vision redeemed by love and music - at core, really, what the band’s entire oeuvre is about. Hornsby, who did time with the band in Nineties, once again shored up ragged vocal harmonies with his bright tenor, and deepened the improv weave with elegant piano comps.

My first Grateful Dead show in 1972 as a teenage hippy neophyte was unforgettable. The group was at the apex of its acid-laced glory and I had no doubt that they were the finest band I had ever seen. It's true that in my youthful exuberance I had eagerly partaken of the illicit substances that were invariably on offer at Grateful Dead shows back then. What is most striking about the recording from that sun-kissed day is the fluidity with which the Dead absorbed and transmuted every genre of vernacular American music, from blues, folk and gospel to country, R&B and rockabilly, and fed them into some of the most audacious, freewheeling rock'n'roll ever made – past and future, outlaw spirit and hippy idealism fused. into a soundtrack for a brave new frontier that birthed an alternative sub-culture which survives to this day.


1-1 Spanish Jam
1-2 Turn On Your Lovelight
1-3 Dancing In The Street
1-4 China Cat Sunflower / I Know You Rider
1-5 High Time
2-1 Dire Wolf
2-2 Alligator
2-3 Drums
2-4 Me And My Uncle
2-5 Not Fade Away
2-6 Mason's Children
2-7 Caution
2-8 Feedback
2-9 We Bid You Goodnight


CD1 Track 1-2 Fillmore East , 11/2/1970 - with Duane 6 Gregg Allmann. Peter Green
Track 3-5 Fillmore East , 14/2/1970
CD2 Track 1-9 Fillmore East , 14/2/1970