Grateful Dead Grateful Dead (Expanded & Remastered)
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- Released: February 25, 2003
- Originally Released: 2003
- Label: Rhino
Mojo (Publisher) - p.152"This is the Dead as garage band....It's improved with age and re-mastering, restoring faded guitars solos and adding prime outtakes..."
- 1.The Golden Road (To Unlimited Devotion)
- 2.Beat It On Down The Line
- 3.Good Morning Little School Girl
- 4.Cold Rain And Snow
- 5.Sitting On Top Of The World
- 6.Cream Puff War
- 7.Morning Dew
- 8.New, New Minglewood Blues
- 9.Viola Lee Blues
- 10.Alice D. Millionaire
- 11.Overseas Stomp (The Lindy)
- 13.Death Don't Have No Mercy
- 14.Viola Lee Blues
- 15.Viola Lee Blues
The Grateful Dead: Jerry Garcia, Bob Weir (vocals, guitar); Ron "Pigpen" McKernan (vocals, harmonica, keyboards); Phil Lesh (vocals, bass); Bill Kreutzmann (drums, percussion).
Recorded at RCA Victor Studio A, Hollywood, California and Coast Recorders, San Francisco, California. Includes liner notes by Blair Jackson.
All tracks have been digitally remastered using HDCD technology.
Personnel: Bob Weir (vocals, guitar); Ron "Pigpen" McKernan (vocals, harmonica, keyboards); Phil Lesh (vocals).
Audio Mixer: Jeffrey Norman.
Liner Note Author: Blair Jackson.
Recording information: Coast Recorders, San Francisco, CA (01/1967-09/1967); Dance Hall, Rio Nido, CA (01/1967-09/1967); RCA Victor Studio A, Hollywood, CA (01/1967-09/1967).
Photographers: Jim Marshall ; Herbert Greene; Bob Seidemann; Gene Anthony.
Arrangers: Grateful Dead; Phil Lesh; Ron "Pigpen" McKernan; Bob Weir.
The Grateful Dead's self-titled first album contains the main ingredients of the unique musical stew the band would brew over the coming years. Upon its release in March 1967, it brought the musical and philosophical ideals of the freak counter-culture out of the Bay Area and into the ears of mainstream America.
"The Golden Road (To Unlimited Devotion)" is a Summer Of Love anthem nonpareil. "Good Morning Little Schoolgirl" shows off the Dead's ability to reinterpret the blues, and Pigpen's natural front-man qualities. The hyperactive rockabilly of Jesse Fuller's "Beat It On Down The Line" and the rearranged traditionals "Sitting On Top Of The World" and "Cold Rain And Snow" are proof that, despite the group's anti-establishment fashions, their lyrical symbols and musical forms were as time-honored as the English folk-tale that provided their name. While the cover of Bonnie Dobson's eerie anti-war epic "Morning Dew" and the women-and-wine rocker "New, New Minglewood Blues" are energetic portrayals of hippie values, the closing number, Noah Lewis's "Viola Lee Blues," is the album's grand, mind-blowing concoction and a highlight. The remastered version's live bonus tracks include some never-recorded garage-rock and blues cuts and a 23-minute "Viola Lee Blues" bearing the first hints of the modal riff at the foundation of Dead milestone "Dark Star."
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