Official Grateful Dead Thread

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  1. Zoot Allures

    Zoot Allures Well-Known Member

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    Recent acquisition
     
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    I need that^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^. One like it that is. Nice score
     
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    The reissue of Anthem of the Sun is better than the WLP original. Hands down the way to go
     
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    Dude111 Analogue is Awesome

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  5. jcamero

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    Listen to this with good cans. Another reason why the Good Ol' Grateful Dead are a magical group of musicians.
     
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  8. Zoot Allures

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    While I'm not overly fussy about what generation of pressing I obtain when it comes to adding to my Dead collection. I do want it to be of respectable condition. Not to slag any Deadheads, but a fair number of early pressing of their material that I've come across has had the tendency to have been well loved:jump: ......and not necessarily of purchasing quality.
     
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    A poster as wall art to remember the Dead and Marin County where I lived so long.

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  12. Mystic

    Mystic We're all born mad

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  13. jokerman

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    You need to get the AP version of this if you haven't yet. Stunning!
     
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  16. Mowgli

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    Composer, Lyricist: D. Bromberg
    Background Vocal: Sweet Inspirations
    Electric Guitar: Jerry Garcia
    Tenor Saxophone: Joe Ferguson
    Mixing Engineer: Jack Ashkinazy
    Drums: Bill Kreutzmann
    Piano: Keith Godchaux
    Bass: Phil Lesh
    Fiddle: Jay Ungar
    Saxophone: Andy Statman
    Soprano Saxophone: John Payne
     

     

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  17. Mowgli

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    I finally found out what's wrong with me
    I need to get loaded and laid
    That's the only way that I can see
    to face this world unafraid
    It might sound funny from a man my age
    Y'think its a joke, honey, meet me backstage
    I finally found out what's wrong with me
    I need to get loaded and laid

    Something's been bothering me the last few days
    I need to get tortured and teased
    Some of these women got a dozen new ways
    To keep a man sweaty and pleased
    So whip out your fake fur, your lashes and lace
    You can smear peanut butter and jelly all over my face
    Something's been bothering me the last few days
    I need to get tortured and teased

    I finally found out what my main complaint was
    I need to get ravaged and ruined
    I forgot all about the need for restraint
    I need to have my sweet milk churned
    I've tried persuasion, even thought about assault
    The way you ladies look it's only 'bout half my fault
    I finally found out what my main complaint was
    I need to get ravaged and ruined

    I finally found out what's wrong with me
    I need to get loaded and laid
    Now, I'd or never brought the subject up y'see
    But its been up on its own for days
    Honey, I don't want to stand, stoop, or sit
    Just please don't stop 'til I got to beg you to quit
    I finally found out what's wrong with me
    I need to get loaded and laid
     
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  18. Mowgli

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    Composer, Lyricist: D. Bromberg
    Mandolin, Vocal: Andy Statman
    Coordinator: George Eichen
    Bass: Steve Burgh
    Engineer: David Brown
    Mastering Engineer: Chris Athens
    Acoustic Guitar: Jerry Garcia
     
  19. tomcatmixd

    tomcatmixd Musically reclined Subscriber

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    Grateful Dead
    Nightfall Of Diamonds

    Recorded live (Meadowlands Arena, East Rutherford, New Jersey) 1989
    Released (Arista HDCD x2) 2001

    Jerry Garcia (lead guitar, vocals)
    Bob Weir (rhythm guitar, vocals)
    Phil Lesh (bass guitar, vocals)
    Brent Mydland (Hammond organ, keyboards, vocals)
    Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzman (drums, percussion)

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    Just saw Melvin an hour ago - that was fun:)
     

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