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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. Although published without a title, it is generally known by the names Skull and Roses (due to its iconic cover art) and Skull Fuck (the name the band originally wanted to give to the album, which was rejected by the record company).
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Album, 17 Март 1967, WEA, Rhino Records. 1. The Golden Road (To Unlimited Devotion). 2. Beat It On Down The Line. 3. Good Morning Little School Girl (Full Length Version).
The Grateful Dead have a large legacy of recorded work that only continues to grow - you've heard about that 73 CD 'Europe '72' box set, right? It's a lot to consider, so to celebrate the late great Jerry Garcia's birthday (Aug. 1), we decided to narrow it down to this list of the Top 10 Grateful Dead Albums: 10. 'Dylan And The Dead'. Two years after Bob Dylan and The Grateful Dead teamed up for a stadium tour in 1987, this live album, 'Dylan And The Dead' was released, collecting performances from the tour.
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. Studio album by. Grateful Dead. The album was reissued for Record Store Day 2011 on 180g vinyl cut from the original analog/mono masters from 1967 - the first time in over 40 years it had been released in this form.
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 es el séptimo álbum de la banda estadounidense Grateful Dead, lanzado en octubre de 1971 bajo el sello Warner Bros. Se le conoce popularmente con el nombre Skull and Roses por la imagen mostrada en su carátula. Inicialmente iba a ser nombrado Skull Fuck, sin embargo, el nombre fue rechazado por la disquera. Fue el primer álbum de la banda en alcanzar el estatus de disco de or. .YouTube Encyclopedic.
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Written-By – Garcia*, Hunter*
Written-By – Merle Haggard
|3||Big Railroad Blues
Arranged By – Grateful Dead*Written-By – Noah Lewis
|4||Playing In The Band
Written-By – Weir*, Hunter*
|5||The Other One
Written-By – Kreutzmann*, Weir*
|6||Me And My Uncle
Written-By – John Phillips
|7||Big Boss Man
Written-By – Smith*, Dixon*
|8||Me & Bobby McGee
Written-By – Fred Foster, Kris Kristofferson
|9||Johnny B. Goode
Written-By – Chuck Berry
Written-By – Garcia*, Hunter*
|11.1||Not Fade Away
Written-By – C. Hardin*, N. Petty*
|11.2||Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad
Arranged By – Grateful Dead*Written-By – Traditional
- Drums – Bill Kreutzmann
- Electric Bass [Electric Bass Guitar], Vocals – Phil Lesh
- Lead Guitar, Vocals – Jerry Garcia
- Organ – Merl Saunders
- Organ, Harmonica, Vocals – Ron McKernan (Pig Pen)*
- Producer – Grateful Dead*
- Rhythm Guitar, Vocals – Bob Weir
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: JPCD 2001344
|2WS1935, 2WS 1935||Grateful Dead*||Grateful Dead (2xLP, Album, Gat)||Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records||2WS1935, 2WS 1935||US||1971|
|J5 1935||Grateful Dead*||Grateful Dead (Cass, Album, RE, SR)||Warner Bros. Records||J5 1935||US||Unknown|
|WB 66 009||Grateful Dead*||Grateful Dead (2xLP, Album)||Warner Bros. Records||WB 66 009||Germany||1971|
|2WBS 1935||Grateful Dead*||Grateful Dead (2xLP, Album, Gat)||Warner Bros. Records||2WBS 1935||New Zealand||1971|
|2WS 1935||Grateful Dead*||Grateful Dead (2xLP, Gat)||Warner Bros. Records||2WS 1935||Canada||1971|