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Fillmore East 2-11-69Live at the Fillmore East 2-11-69 is a double live album by the Grateful Dead recorded during the Live/Dead tour on February 11, 1969 at the Fillmore East in New York City.
Performing two hour-long sets as the opening act to Janis Joplin's New York debut as a solo star, the Grateful Dead turned in a characteristic performance for this period in their career. In between the release of their second and third albums, they devoted much time to the songs that would turn up several months later on Aoxomoxoa, including acoustic renditions of Dupree's Diamond Blues and Mountains of the Moon. Pigpen dominated the first set, singing the blues standards Good Morning Little Schoolgirl, I'm a King Bee, and Turn on Your Lovelight. But a large part of both sets was given over to the group's extended medleys, in the first set Cryptical Envelopment/The Other One, in the second Dark Star/St. Stephen/The Eleven. These involved, largely instrumental pieces set the tone for the Dead at the end of the '60s and produced their breakthrough with Live/Dead, which was recorded within weeks of this show. There is also a game version of Hey Jude, the biggest hit of the previous year, to end the first set, and an unlisted, interrupted performance of Cosmic Charlie as a second-set encore.1. Good Morning Little School Girl
2. Cryptical Envelopment
3. The Other One
4. Cryptical Envelopment
5. Doin' That Rag
6. I'm a King Bee
7. Hey Jude
8. Turn On Your Lovelight
10. Dupree's Diamond Blues
11. Mountains of the Moon
12. Dark Star
13. St. Stephen
14. The Eleven
16. Caution (Do Not Stop on Tracks)
18. We Bid You Goodnight$109.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 3 LPs Buy Now
One From The Vault
Back In Print On Vinyl After 22 Years On 3xLP
First Ever American LP Release
Newly Re-Mastered By Joe Gastwirt
Lacquers Cut By Kevin Gray
For a legacy filled with legendary performances, the Grateful Dead Live at the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco on August 13th 1975 stands out. The band only played 4 shows during that entire year! (Remarkable for a band that toured non-stop for decades) and at their August 13th show, they rolled multi-track tape (which allowed for the band decades later to properly mix the show).
Because the Great American Music Hall holds less than 1,000 people (another unique thing about this show), it was an invitation only performance in which the band debuted their recent studio album Blues For Allah in a live setting.
Although One From The Vault has been available on CD nearly continuously since 1991, the vinyl version was only available for less than a year (and in Europe only) in the early 1990's. This deluxe vinyl reissue marks the first time this legendary show has been available anywhere in over 20 years and the first time in America.
Rolling Stone magazine has described One From The Vaultas:
''The closest the Dead came in the Seventies to the band's trippy, late-Sixties peak, and the performance indulged the group's jazzy, free-form impulses even further. ''Help on the Way,'' ''Franklin's Tower'' and ''The Music Never Stopped'' cohere into a twenty-minute song cycle. ''King Solomon's Marbles,'' a tumbling, polyrhythmic instrumental by bassist Phil Lesh, crackles with energy. Inventive percussion duets by Mickey Hart and Bill Kreutzmann are appended to ''Eyes of the World,'' as well as to the pretty, elliptical ''Crazy Fingers.'' The crowning touch is ''Blues for Allah,'' which runs 21 minutes and explores inner space with a meditative intensity barely hinted at on the studio version.''1. Introduction
2. Help on the Way
3. Franklin's Tower
4. The Music Never Stopped
5. It Must Have Been the Roses
6. Eyes of the World / Drums
7. King Solomon's Marbles
8. Around & Around
10. Big River
11. Crazy Fingers / Drums
12. The Other One
13. Sage and Spirit
14. Goin' Down the Road Feeling Bad
15. U.S. Blues
16. Blues for Allah$59.99Vinyl LP - 3 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Skull & RosesNumbered Limited Edition 180g 2LP Set
1971 Double Live Album Presents Legendary Bands Expansion Into Country Rock, Traditional Rock and Roll, and Roots Folk
Half-Speed Mastered from the Original Master Tapes: Ultra-Quiet Pressing Features Spacious, Transparent, Illuminating, and Organic Sound
Prototype Document of the Deads Second-Era Sound and Lineup: More Accessible, Concise, and Stripped-Down Performances
Includes Many Longtime Staples of the Bands Live Repertoire: Playing in the Band, The Other One, Me and My Uncle, Bertha, Wharf Rat, and More
Part of Mobile Fidelitys Amazing Grateful Dead Reissue Series: Live/Dead, From the Mars Hotel, Wake of the Flood, and In the Dark Also Available on 180g LP
The Grateful Dead took to the start of the 1970s as a different albeit equally thrilling and eminently broader-reaching band than the ensemble that revolutionized psychedelia in the late 1960s. Made evident in the back-to-back studio releases Workingmans Dead and American Beauty, the group increased its mastery of harmony-driven roots songs distinguished by catchy signatures, more concise arrangements, and impossibly organic textures. Captured live in spring 1971 and featuring not a single repeated song from Live/Dead, the expressive performances on Skull & Roses document this stylistic expansion in unsurpassed fashion. The double-LP constitutes the no-limits sound of an iconic band coming in to its own.
Half-speed mastered from the original master tapes with the utmost care, and part of the labels unprecedented Grateful Dead reissue series, Mobile Fidelitys numbered limited edition 180g 2LP version of Skull and Roses presents the downsized Dead lineups most memorable songs in previously unimaginable fidelity. From the moment Jerry Garcias guitar pick touches a string at the outset of the scampering Bertha, the improvements are palpable: Life-size images, airy vocals, subterranean bass lines, incredibly spacious separation, tube-amp warmth, faithful tones, and balanced dynamics lead a crystal clear path to the music and the Deads extraordinary collective spark.
Originally captured on a 16-track recorder, the songs brim with rarified levels of you-are-there realism and reach-out-and-touch immediacy. Notorious for its exacting sound demands, the Dead achieves the kind of instrumental and frequency-range transparency that many dedicated audiophiles spend their entire lives dreaming about. Skull and Roses is a kernel of sonic truth. Such is the pressings degree of detail and insight that listeners will be able to debate what gauge guitar strings the members are using as they savor every last breath, riff, and snare hit.
Thankfully, the bands perfectionist attitude toward sound doesnt literally transfer over to its music approach. Loose, lively, playful yet earthy, focused, and committed, the Dead crackles with boogie-based moxie, greasy soulfulness, and swaggering bravado, each note seemingly exploding like tiny pieces of magic that hover in the air and cast hypnotic spells. The groups embrace of leaner, tighter, more melodically incisive songs and the swaying rhythms that accompany the approach directly relate to two key lineup changes: the temporary departure of drummer Mickey Hart and permanent leave of keyboardist Tom Constanten. As a result, the Dead toured as a quintet, with Bill Kreutzmann the sole percussionist and Garcia, bassist Phil Lesh, guitarist/singer Bob Weir, and keyboardist/vocalist Ron Pigpen McKernan rounding out the barer-bone cast.
Not only do Garcia, Lesh, and Weir show tremendous growth as singers, the Dead as a whole further invest in folk, country, R&B, rock, and blues traditionsvia Garcias sweeter tones and Bakersfield picking, Weirs cowboy twang and increasingly confident counterpoints, Kreutzmanns hang-fire beats and scurrying grooves, Leshs weighty sway, McKernans foreshadowing spiritual timbres. Inspired covers of tunes by Merle Haggard (a frisky and defiant Mama Tried), Willie Dixon (the comfortably rumbling, boozy honky tonk Big Boss Man), Kris Kristofferson (the dusty, peaceable tale Me and Bobby McGee), Chuck Berry (a supercharged romping Johnny B. Goode), and Buddy Holly (Not Fade Away, segued into Goin Down the Road Feeling Bad) announce the Deads intent to make practically every style of contemporary American music their own, and in the processto paraphrase the great Bill Grahambe the only ones that did what they did.
A similar attitude informed the records genesis. The group originally lobbied to call the album Skullfuck before the record label, at an allegedly chaotic meeting at the infamous Hyatt Hotel, dissuaded the humorous ploy. While technically named Grateful Dead, the album is commonly known as Skull and Roses due to Alton Kelly and Stanley Mouses now-iconic cover art. Trivia buffs might know the latter is based on an illustration for an antique edition of the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam.
The 1971 effort also has another huge claim to fame: It included the message DEAD FREAKS UNITE. Who are you? Where are you? How are you? Those simple lines, and the invitation to respond, created of the Deadhead subculture and biggest fan list in history, utterly pioneering the industry overnight.
Get it allthe dazzling graphics, dizzying performances, deft sonicsby ordering your prized collectable edition of Skull and Roses today!
This title is not eligible for discount.Side 1
2. Mama Tried
3. Big Railroad Blues
4. Playing in the Band
1. The Other One
1. Me and My Uncle
2. Big Boss Man
3. Me and Bobby McGee
4. Johnny B. Goode
1. Wharf Rat
2. Not Fade Away/Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad$49.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Dick's Picks Vol 5 (Awaiting Repress)LIMITED EDITION! Hand Numbered 1-1500!
LP Sleeves Contain Rare Hand Notes And Images From The Original Tapes
Remastered For Vinyl From The Original Master Tapes By Jeffrey Norman Of Mockingbird Mastering
Volume 5 Is A 5 LP Box Set. All Records Are Individually Encased In Deluxe Poly-Lined Sleeves
Dick's Picks Volume 5 marks two big firsts for the series: It's the first Dick's Picks release to include a full concert in its entirety
and it's the first to feature Brent Mydland on keyboards. It was recorded on December 26, 1979 at the Oakland Auditorium in Oakland, CA.
Mr. Norman on mastering Dick's Picks Vol. 5 from the original master tapes:
"This is another great early Dick's Picks that I think comes alive with remastering at 96K/24b and subsequent vinyl mastering. The sound off the tape is a little "thick", i.e. there is a little extra bottom end on the mix. I did some EQ work that helped clarify things a bit, so this version of Dick's Picks Volume 5 is clearer both because of the higher resolution (96K/24b) and because of a slightly different EQ.
An interesting note is that the mix on the tape is inadvertently stereo reversed. This was done in the original recording and has Brent's keyboards on the left and Bob's guitar on the right. Because this is opposite to what is viewed from the house, I corrected the left-right image so that the band is heard the way they would have been seen. I remember Mickey wanted to hear references of live shows from the stage, meaning that for him the image was the opposite from the audiences because that's how it sounded to him on stage! The stereo image on tape was just what he would have wanted!"LP 1
1. Cold Rain & Snow
2. C.C. Rider
3. Dire Wolf
4. Me & My Uncle
5. Big River
6. Brown Eyed Women
7. New Minglewood Blues
1. Friend Of The Devil
2. Looks Like Rain
3. Alabama Getaway
4. Promised Land
5. Uncle John's Band
1. Estimated Prophet
2. Jam 1
3. He's Gone
4. The Other One
2. Jam 2
3. Not Fade Away
4. Brokedown Palace
5. Around & Around
1. Johnny B. Goode
2. Shakedown Street
3. Uncle John's Band$99.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP Box Set - 5 LPs Sealed AWAITING REPRESS Buy Now
Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA 11/10/1967This is the first breakout from Grateful Dead's 30 Trips Around The Sun release. It includes ten tracks
from their show at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles on November 10, 1967.LP 1
1. Viola Lee Blues (Live at
Shrine Exhibition Hall,
Los Angeles, CA
2. It Hurts Me Too (Live at
Shrine Exhibition Hall,
Los Angeles, CA
3. Beat It On Down The
Line (Live at Shrine
Exhibition Hall, Los
Angeles, CA (11/10/67))
4. Morning Dew (Live at
Shrine Exhibition Hall,
Los Angeles, CA
5. Good Morning Little
Schoolgirl (Live at Shrine
Exhibition Hall, Los
Angeles, CA 11/10/67)
1. That's It For The Other
Envelopment I)(The Other
Envelopment II [Live]
2. New Potato Caboose
(Live at Shrine
Exhibition Hall, Los
1. Alligator (Live at Shrine
Exhibition Hall, Los
Angeles, CA (11/10/67))
2. Caution (Do Not Stop
On The Tracks)
(Beginning) [Live at
Shrine Exhibition Hall,
Los Angeles, CA (11/10/67)
3. Caution (Do Not Stop
On The Tracks)
(Conclusion) [Live at
Shrine Exhibition Hall,
Los Angeles, CA (11/10/67)$69.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 3 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Dick's Picks Vol 6LIMITED EDITION! Hand Numbered 1-1500!
Artwork, Packaging And Mastering All Approved By The Band
Remastered From The Original Analog Tapes
Recorded on Oct. 14, 1983 at the Hartford Civic Center in Hartford, CT
After sticking to the 1970s for each of the previous volumes, the preeminent live concert series from the Grateful Dead moves into the '80s with Volume 6. The complete three-hour concert is a remarkable snapshot of the Dead's live output in their third decade on the road. Originally released on CD in 1997, Volume 6 is now the latest installment in Brookvale Records' critically-acclaimed Dick's Picks Vinyl Series.
This stunning 5-LP set is pressed on 180 gram audiophile-grade black vinyl and limited to only 1500 copies worldwide. Each 12 x 12 box set is individually hand-numbered and features artwork, packaging, and mastering all approved by the band. As was the case with the three preceding volumes, Dick's Picks Volume 6 has been painstakingly remastered for vinyl from the original tapes by longtime Bay-area engineer Jeffrey Norman. Whether you're a diehard Deadhead or just a casual listener, we think you'll agree this classic recording has absolutely never sounded better.1. Alabama Getaway
2. Greatest Story Ever Told
3. They Love Each Other
4. Mama Tried
5. Big River
7. C.C. Rider
8. Tennessee Jed
9. Hell In A Bucket
10. Keep Your Day Job
11. Scarlet Begonias
12. Fire On The Mountain
13. Estimated Prophet
14. Eyes Of The World
16. Spinach Jam
17. The Other One
18. Stella Blue
19. Sugar Magnolia
20. U.S. Blues$99.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP Box Set - 5 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Truckin' Up To Buffalo5 180 Gram Vinyl LP Box Set
While glancing at the song list may not reveal any surprises, finicky and hard to please enthusiasts will be thrilled by above-average playing from start to finish...Garcia seems to be in good spirits, as his resounding vocals and fretwork are consistent and exceptional. In his intangible fashion, Garcia is able to elevate the proceedings from being merely adequate into the occasionally rarefied air of excellence. -Lindsay Planer, allmusic.comLP1
2. Greatest Story Ever Told
3. Cold Rain and Snow
4. Walkin' Blues
5. Row Jimmy
1. When I Paint My Masterpiece
2. Stagger Lee
3. Looks Like Rain
5. Touch of Grey
1. Man Smar, Woman Smarter
2. Ship of Fools
3. Playing in the Band
4. Terrapin Station
3. I Will Take You Home
4. All Along the Watchtower
1. Morning Dew
2. Not Fade Away
3. U.S. Blues$207.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP Box Set - 5 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Spring 1990: So Glad You Made ItFriday Music is pleased to announce the exclusive 180 Gram Audiophile 4 LP Box Set of the Grateful Dead's Spring 1990- So Glad You Made It. This ltd. ed. set is a treasure trove of highlights from 6 of their finest shows from their legendary Spring 1990 tour. Filled with 20 unreleased gems, Dead classics & rarities abound in this lengthy audiophile dream box. Tracks include Loser, Scarlet Begonias, Estimated Prophet, Playing In The Band & The Rolling Stones The Last Time.The LP box & labels also feature the artwork of Wes Lang, including a LP art insert suitable for framing.LP 1
1. Let the Good Times Roll
2. Feel Like A Stranger
3. West L.A. Fadeaway
4. Easy To Love You
5. Beat It On Down the Line
1. It's All Over Now
2. Bird Song
3. The Last Time
4. Blow Away
5. Samson and Delilah
1. Scarlet Begonias
2. Estimated Prophet
3. Playing In the Band
4. Eyes of the World
1. Gimme Some Lovin'
2. Morning Dew
3. Not Fade Away
4. Attics of My Life$109.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 4 LPs Buy Now
Europe '72Nearly 40 years ago, the Grateful Dead released Europe '72, a triple live album documenting its historic trek across Europe that became not only one of the band's best-selling releases, but also set the gold standard for live Dead.
The Grateful Deads first tour outside of North America took them to all sorts of historic and unusual venues in England, Denmark, West Germany, France, Holland and even Luxembourg. Many members of the Dead family came along on what was really an extended working vacation that was designed to both expose the Dead to new audiences and also reward the band for their unlikely conquest of America during the preceding two years. As a hedge against the costs of the nearly two-month trip, the Deads label, Warner Bros., paid for the band to lug around a 16-track recorder to capture the entire tour.
This was a band at the top of its game, still ascending in the wake of three straight hit albums: Workingmans Dead, American Beauty and the live Grateful Dead (Skull & Roses). It had been a year since the lineup had gone to its single-drummer configuration, six months since Keith Godchaux had been broken in as the groups exceptional pianist, and this marked the first tour to feature Donna Godchaux as a member of the touring band. This would also be Pigpen's final tour with the band.
There was a ton of new, unreleased material that came into the repertoire in the fall of 71 (after Skull & Roses was out) and during the spring of 72, including Tennessee Jed, Jack Straw, Hes Gone, Ramble on Rose, One More Saturday Night and Mr. Charlie. All those future classics were interspersed with songs from the aforementioned hit albums such as Cumberland Blues and Sugar Magnolia, as well as spectacular versions of Truckin and I Know You Rider.LP1
1. Cumberland Blues (Live in England 1972 Version)
2. He's Gone (Live in Amsterdam 1972 Version)
3. One More Saturday Night (Live in England 1972 Version)
4, Jack Straw (Live in Paris 1972 Version)
5. You Win Again (Live in England 1972 Version)
6. China Cat Sunflower (Live in Paris 1972 Version)
7. I Know You Rider (Live in Paris 1972 Version)
1. Brown-Eyed Woman (Live in Denmark 1972 Version)
2. Hurts Me Too (Live in London 1972 Version)
3. Ramble On Rose (Live in England 1972 Version)
4. Sugar Magnolia (Live in Paris 1972 Version)
5. Mr. Charlie (Live in England 1972 Version)
6. Tennessee Jed (Live in Paris 1972 Version)
1. Truckin' (Live in London 1972 Version)
2. Epilogue (Live in England 1972 Version)
3. Prelude (Live in England 1972 Version)
4. Morning Dew (Live in England 1972 Version)$59.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 3 LPs Sealed Buy Now
American BeautyThe Most American Folk-Rock Ever Made: Indelible Harmonies, Spare Playing, and Gorgeous Textures Surround Masterfully Crafted Songs
Close Your Eyes As the Dead Serenade You in Your Room: MoFi Edition of American Beauty Epitomizes Realistic Space, Vocals, Instrumentation, and Ambience
Ranked #261 on Rolling Stone's List of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time: Includes "Truckin'," "Sugar Magnolia," "Friend of the Devil," "Ripple"
American Beauty is the most perfectly realized, superbly played, and openly natural folk-rock record ever released. They don't make albums like this anymore, but thankfully, Mobile Fidelity's extraordinary 180g 45RPM 2LP set allows you to experience this 1970 masterpiece with unrivaled intimacy, realism, detail, and perspective. The Dead might as well be sitting on a Persian carpet right in your living room.
The pinnacle of the Dead's studio output, American Beauty lives up to its name-as well as that of the "American Reality" ambigram on the iconic cover. Airy vocal harmonies blow like fresh breezes. Strummed acoustic guitars amicably intermingle with plaintive percussive beats. Warmth, relaxation, and poignancy envelop the performances and create sensations of bliss, peace, and honesty. Songs flower with majestic melodies and emotionally direct lyrics. It's a rare album that invites and makes you feel, restores one's faith, and renews one's appreciation for all life offers.
Mastered from the original master tapes and pressed on 180g LP at RTI, this deluxe analog set possesses seemingly limitless dynamics, reference-grade presence, and expansive soundstages. The seamless, effortless integration of the group's vocals has always been a high point of American Beauty, and when you hear it here, you'll want every record you own to sound half as good. Every member's distinctive singing resounds with tube-like clarity; the intended expressionism is as plain as day. Instruments, too, resonate in glorious Technicolor. The supple tension of Phil Lesh's bass lines, charismatic timbres of Jerry Garcia's pedal-steel fills, and interwoven dialogue between the pianos and percussion are rendered with lifelike scale and tone.
Made just months after its companion release, Workingman's Dead, the San Francisco legends' second 1970 masterpiece furthers the former work's close-knit relationship between country and folk while adding extra rock and bluegrass currents. Understated amplified passages, graceful melodies, layered singing, and old-time string flavors-including mandolin work from masterful guest David Grisman-bestow the material with easygoing, comfortable vibes. Again taking advantage of the best songwriting of Robert Hunter's career, the Dead turns in its most collective studio performance, with every individual contributing equally and focusing on nothing but the songs at hand.
Indeed, Garcia doesn't even indulge in a single guitar solo on the record. A majority of fare lacks any significant instrumental breaks. The Dead recorded the foundations (drums, bass, acoustic guitars) of nearly every track live, which helps explain why American Beauty sounds so powerfully rich and clear. Coupled with the band's personal reflections of the circumstances surrounding them-Bob Weir's parents had died, Garcia's mother and Lesh's father were in the process of passing, Ron "Pigpen" McKernan's health was in decline-these characteristics combined to yield a purity of heart that exceeds that managed by Dead peers (and roots revivalist leaders) The Band and Bob Dylan.
From Garcia's breathtaking gospel-laden homage to his mother ("Brokedown Palace") to Lesh's healing salve in the form of the groove-based "Box of Rain," from Weir's jaunty and free-wheeling summer escape "Sugar Magnolia" to McKernan's eloquently simple homespun plea "Operator," all the way to the closing autobiographical anthem "Truckin'," American Beauty feels like the warm, spirit-infusing embrace of a loved one after a long journey away. Welcome home.
This title is not eligible for discount.1. Box of Rain
2. Friend of the Devil
3. Sugar Magnolia
7. Brokedown Palace
8. Till the Morning Comes
9. Attics of My Life
10. Truckin'$49.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP 45RPM - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Workingman's DeadSublime, Stripped-Down 1970 Americana Classic Steeped in Country, Blues, and Folk
You've Never Heard This Roots-Based Marvel Sound Better: Mastered from the Original Master Tapes and Given Extra-Wide Grooves on 45RPM LP
Ranked #264 on Rolling Stone's List of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time: Airy Harmonies, Simple Structures, Concise Arrangements, and Burnished Tones Anchor Songs
Workingman's Dead defies the erroneous belief that the Grateful Dead never attained brilliance in the recording studio. Forever prized for natural sonics, Workingman's Dead attains audiophile reference status courtesy of this first-ever 45RPM version. As flawless as any rustic album ever released, the 1970 set now brims with soaring harmonies, organic execution, intertwined textures, and uncomplicated structures that furnish the songs a transcendence associated with timeless American music. Colorful, relatable characters seemingly torn from working-class histories and old-time fables inhabit the narratives.
Mastered from the original master tapes and pressed on 180g LPs at RTI, Mobile Fidelity's numbered limited edition of this period-defining recording renders the stripped-down fare with immense detail, rich airiness, and reach-out-and-touch-it realism. Longtime Deadheads and newcomers alike will hear significantly more information, experience wider and deeper soundstages, and become swept away by incredible tonal and vocal balances-traits made possible by the format's wider grooves. Instrumental melds and refined accents, such as guest David Nelson's nimble fills on "Cumberland Blues," are part of a larger whole that gives the impression you are witness to the world's coziest campfire session. Frontier tales and refined performances further this feeling.
The first Grateful Dead album to eschew cosmic jams and complex signatures, Workingman's Dead stakes its existence to great songs, homespun warmth, and bare essentials. Its wistful, relaxed state-immediately apparent via the innocent album-opening invitation "Will you come with me?" on "Uncle John's Band"-owes to the circumstances and conditions surrounding its creation. At the time, the Dead owed a considerable financial debt to Warner Bros. and were hobbled by a recent drug bust and financial scandal. Most significantly, the band was recovering from-and reacting to-the tragic events of the Altamont Music Festival and symbolic end of the peace and love era.
As such, Workingman's Dead acts as a retreat from chaos and uncertainty, its songs emblems of simpler times and pleas for compassion in the face of hardship. Lyricist Robert Hunter said he aimed to capture the vintage elements of late 1940s country-and-western jukebox singles as well as old blues classics. In that vein, fare such as the Bakersfield-leaning "Cumberland Blues," pastoral ballad "Dire Wolf," and bluesy "Easy Wind" hit the mark. Leader Jerry Garcia's occasional pedal-steel underpinnings arrive as a bonus.
Of course, aside from the economical concision and thematic consistency, the genius of Workingman's Dead resides in the group's expressive harmonies. Taught by Crosby, Stills and Nash, the Dead produce live "air blends" of multi-part vocal harmonies that provide the foundations of nearly every track. "Uncle John's Band," "High Time," "New Speedway Boogie" (with the iconic refrain "One way or another/This darkness has got to give" referencing the ill wind that greeted the new decade), and the radio favorite "Casey Jones" practically float on the ensemble's communal vocal beds.
Mobile Fidelity's 45RPM edition renders these invigorating, refreshing, and engaging characteristics in three-dimensional sound that transports you to the event. Recordings don't get more lifelike. Workingman's Dead-an iconic, ageless record that drew countless listeners to the band's unique style because of its accessibility and charm-deserves nothing less. Neither do you.
This title is not eligible for discount.1. Uncle John's Band
2. High Time
3. Dire Wolf
4. New Speedway
5. Cumberland Blues
6. Black Peter
7. Easy Wind
8. Casey Jones$49.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP 45RPM - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Europe '72 Vol. 2 (Awaiting Repress)This exclusive Record Store Day vinyl version of Europe 72 Vol. 2. LP includes a bonus track not found on the CD version; Big Railroad Blues recorded at the Tivoli Concert Hall in Copenhagen (4/17/72).
Europe '72, a triple live album documenting its historic trek across Europe became not only one of the band's best-selling releases, but also set the gold standard for live Dead. Now the group proves you can never get too much of a good thing when it revisits that legendary collection with Europe '71 Vol. 2, an essential continuation of the original that includes more than two hours of unreleased performances from that storied tour.
Grateful Dead archivist David Lemieux, who produced this 20-track compilation, says he only chose song titles that did not appear on Europe '72 as a way to complement the original. I think this album, coupled with Europe '72, represents a complete overview of the tour in every way, he says. In fact, songs like Beat It On Down The Line, Next Time You See Me and Sing Me Back Home were selected by the Grateful Dead for the first set, but were left off because there wasn't enough room.
In a nod to the original, Vol. 2 features new cover art by Stanley Mouse, the artist who helped create the iconic artwork from Europe '72, which features the return of the legendary Ice Cream Kid. Trouble comes in many flavors. Ice Cream Kid is in hot water. The jury is out. His only defense is love, says Mouse of the Kid's return.
Recorded at various locations during the band's 22-show tour, the collection captures the Dead in white-hot moments of improvisational revelry as the band explores a number of its most enduring songs, like Bertha, Sugaree and Playing In the Band, plus relatively obscure cuts like Black-Throated Wind and Pigpen's Chinatown Shuffle.
As a special treat, the set includes an epic hour-plus jam that combines Dark Star and The Other One. Recorded at the Bickershaw Festival, it was the only show on this tour where the band broke out both of these beloved improvisational showpieces. Vol. 2 also includes Good Lovin and Dire Wolf from the April 26 show at Jahrhundert Halle in Frankfurt, West Germany. While much of that concert was released on 1995's Hundred Year Hall, these particular tracks were not included and have remained unreleased until now.LP1
1. Bertha (Tivoli Concert Hall, Copenhagen, Denmark 4/14/1972)
2. Me And My Uncle (Wembley Empire Pool, London, England 4/7/72)
3. Chinatown Shuffle (Tivoli Concert Hall, Copenhagen, Denmark 4/14/1972)
4. Sugaree (Olympia Theatre, Paris, France 5/3/72)
1. Black-Throated Wind (Tivoli Concert Hall, Copenhagen, Denmark 4/14/1972)
2. Loser (Tivoli Concert Hall, Copenhagen, Denmark 4/14/1972)
3. Next Time You See Me (Olympia Theatre, Paris, France 5/4/72)
1. Beat It On Down The Line (La Grande Salle Du Grand Theatre De Luxembourg, Luxembourg 5/16/72)
2. Dire Wolf (Jahnrhundert Halle, Frankfurt, West Germany 4/26/72)
3. Good Lovin (Jahnrhundert Halle, Frankfurt, West Germany 4/26/72)
1. Greatest Story Ever Told (Olympia Theatre, Paris, France 5/3/72)
2. Deal (Olympia Theatre, Paris, France 5/4/72)
3. Playing In The Band (Lyceum Theatre, London, England 5/24/72)
1. Dark Star (Bickershaw Festival, Wigan, England 5/7/72)
2. Drums (Bickershaw Festival, Wigan, England 5/7/72)
1. The Other One (Bickershaw Festival, Wigan, England 5/7/72) [Part 1]
1. The Other One (Bickershaw Festival, Wigan, England 5/7/72) [Part 2]
2. Sing Me Back Home (Lyceum Theatre, London, England 5/26/72)
1. Big Railroad Blues (Tivoli Concert Hall, Copenhagen, Denmark 4/17/1972)
2. Not Fade Away (Wembley Empire Pool, London, England 4/7/72)
3. Not Fade Away (Wembley Empire Pool, London, England 4/7/72)$69.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 4 LPs Sealed AWAITING REPRESS Buy Now
The Grateful Dead (50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition) (Picture Disc)The Grateful Dead 50th Anniversary 12 Picture Disc Limited Edition of the original album. There is a limited run of 10,000.1. The Golden Road (To Unlimited Devotion) [Remastered]
2. Beat It On Down The Line (Remastered)
3. Good Mornin' Little School Girl (Remastered)
4. Cold Rain And Snow (Remastered)
5. Sittin' On Top Of The World (Remastered)
6. Cream Puff War (Remastered)
7. Morning Dew (Remastered)
8. New, New Minglewood Blues (Remastered)
9. Viola Lee Blues (Remastered)$24.99Vinyl LP Picture Disc - Sealed Buy Now
ReckoningCut From the Original Analog Masters and Pressed on 200g Vinyl at Quality Record Pressings
In the fall of 1980, the Grateful Dead purposefully played a series of shows at two venues, the Warfield Theater in San Francisco and Radio City Music Hall in New York City, that were considerably smaller than the stadiums and arenas they were, by that point, regularly selling out. They did so with the express interest of recording in an intimate space the opening portion of each show, a stripped-down acoustic set featuring Jerry Garcia and Bob Weir playing acoustic guitars, Brent Mydland playing piano, drummers Bill Kreutzmann and Mickey Hart playing reduced kits and bassist Phil Lesh turning his electric volume down considerably.
The group chose a set list of classic folk and country tunes mixed with their originals and Reckoning is a very obvious ode to the band's early 1960s origins of folk, bluegrass and country. These are the sounds from which this whole long, strange trip was born, and Garcia in particular shines radiantly here.
The sound, as with all records that are stripped to their bare essentials and rid of an overcrowded electric set, is right up there with the very best the Dead ever released. This is also the record for those on-the-fence fans that could do without the wandering-away-from-the-pocket sound that characterized much of the Dead's music. The songs here are tight and compact while still remaining dynamically delicate.1. Dire Wolf
2. The Race Is On
3. Oh Babe It Ain't No Lie
4. It Must Have Been The Roses
5. Dark Hollow
6. China Doll
7. Been All Around This World
8. Monkey And The Engineer
10. Deep Elem Blues
12. To Lay Me Down
13. Rosalie McFall
14. On The Road Again
15. Bird Song
16. Ripple$54.99200 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
MUSD-MFSL-430xJerry Garcia And David Grisman
Jerry Garcia And David Grisman
Numbered Limited Edition 180g 2LP from Mobile Fidelity
Contemporary Interest in Roots Music Kick-Started by Stellar Grammy-Nominated 1991 Collaboration
Recording Now As Realistic, Natural, Close-Up, Intimate, and Enveloping as Any Acoustic Record Released: 1st Time-Ever on LP
Garcia and Grisman Put on Virtuosic Performance, Make Way Through Pop Standards, Blues Classics, Folk Staples, Bluegrass Jaunts, and More
Jerry Garcia achieved monumental accomplishments over a prolific career, yet the guitarist never sounded better than on his first official collaboration with longtime friend and fellow instrumental maestro David Grisman. Indeed, contemporary interest in roots music can be directly traced to this stellar Grammy-nominated 1991 collaboration. Putting distinctive rustic spins on pop standards, blues classics, and folk staples, the kindred musical spirits' earnest authenticity and relaxed intimacy are matched only by virtuosic playing and superb production. As realistic, warm, close-up, and immersive as any acoustic album, Mobile Fidelity's reissue raises the bar on the meaning of reference-standard.
Mastered from the original master tapes, Mobile Fidelity's 180g 2LP of Garcia/Grisman takes a record forever renowned for breathtaking sonics to another level. Originally released on Grisman's fabled Acoustic Disc label and recorded at his plush studios, the album now sounds even more realistic-with distinctive tones, palpable air, smooth vocals, three-dimensional soundstaging, balanced imaging, and timbral extension that mirror the feeling and experience of hearing live music in a small space.
Unadorned with any post-production tricks or overdubs, Garcia/Grisman breathes with naturalism and presence. You will effortlessly detect the full body of the instruments, witness the woody grain textures, and get lost in the surprisingly velvety qualities of Garcia's lullaby-like singing. Mobile Fidelity's meticulous pressing also marks the first time this delightfully joyous affair has been issued in analog form. You will never hear a better-sounding Americana-styled recording.
Pals since the mid-1960s, Garcia and Grisman bonded over their love for traditional folk and bluegrass. The two teamed up amidst what became a gold rush of top-notch productivity and creativity for Garcia. Partnering with bassist Jim Kerwin and percussionist/fiddler Joe Craven, the pair approaches every passage with innate ease, as if either musician could finish the others sentence. The affable chemistry and soothing interplay wash over a selection of songs as notable for their diversity as the way Garcia and "Dawg" turn them into the equivalent of old friends you haven't seen in years.
Exquisite melodies and jewel-shaped notes decorate the simple, convivial structures of tunes that hop, jump, skip, skitter, and bop. The atmosphere is reminiscent of the legendary gypsy-jazz exchanges between Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grappelli, and equally sharp. Swirling with Middle Eastern modality, the closing 16-minute-plus rendition of Grisman's rippling "Arabia"-complete with a section based on a Cuban fold theme-is alone enough worth the price of admission to this sensational session. But there's so much more.
The quartet delves into Celtic themes ("Two Soldiers"), jazz-grass ("Grateful Dawg"), old-world ballads ("Russian Lullaby"), and Appalachian flavors ("Walkin' Boss") with nonpareil skill and soulfulness. Garcia and Grisman's tandem picking throughout epitomize sublime. And for many listeners, the duo's revised version of the Grateful Dead staple "Friend of the Devil" ranks as the finest-ever recorded, the pace patient, the narrative vocals heartfelt, and the synchronous solos tailor-made for the enveloping progression. Better yet, it's all captured in astonishing fidelity.
This title is not eligible for discount.1. The Thrill Is Gone
2. Grateful Dawg
3. Two Soldiers
4. Friend of the Devil
5. Russian Lullaby
6. Dawg's Waltz
7. Walkin' Boss
8. Rockin' Chair
9. Arabia$49.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Cambodian Refugee Benefit 1980 (Pre-Order)Recorded At The Benefit Concert For Cambodian Refugees - Oakland Coliseum Arena - Oakland, CA - January 13th, 1980.
A Grateful Dead broadcast on KSAN for the final time as they play on home turf for a worthy cause. The Benefit Concert for Cambodian Refugees, held at the Oakland Coliseum Arena on January 13th, 1980. Although the Dead were the headliners by 1980, they still played just 76 minutes - a very limited time in comparison to the three-plus hours the group would usually play around this era. The finale, Sugar Magnolia, features the guitar playing of Carlos Santana.LP 1
1. Franklin's Tower
2. New Minglewood Blues
3. Tennessee Jed
4. Looks Like Rain
5. Don't Ease Me In
1. Playing In The Band
2. Drum Solo
4. Not Fade Away
5. Sugar Magnolia (feat. Carlos Santana)$34.99Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed PRE-ORDER Buy Now
The Best Of The Grateful Dead: 1967-1977The Best Of The Grateful Dead: 1967 - 1977LP1
1. The Golden Road (To Unlimited Devotion)
2. Cream Puff War
3. Born Cross-eyed
4. Dark Star (Single Version)
5. St. Stephen
6. China Cat
7. Uncle John's Band
8. Easy Wind
9. Casey Jones
1. Box Of Rain
2. Sugar Magnolia
3. Friend Of The Devil
5. Eyes Of The World
6. Unbroken Chain
7. Scarlet Begonias
8. The Music Never Stopped
9. Estimated Prophet$34.99Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Live At The Cow Palace-New Years Eve 1976 (Awaiting Repress)
First Time 5 LP Audiophile Vinyl Box Set Presentation!
The Legendary 1976 Cow Palace New Year's Eve Show In Its Entirety!
Grateful Dead: Jerry Garcia, Donna Godchaux, Keith Godchaux, Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann, Phil Lesh And Bob Weir
Mastered Impeccably By Joe Reagoso From The Original Grateful Dead Records Tapes
The legendary Bay Area rock superstars Grateful Dead scored with a plethora of wonderful recordings throughout their incredible
career that encompassed four decades. Their concerts were of legendary proportions, and during the bicentennial year of 1976, a whole new
audience was discovering their magic thanks to their From the Mars Hotel (Friday Music 102) and Blues for Allah albums. As a new year was
approaching, the Dead celebrated it together with a very appreciative hometown San Francisco audience at the Cow Palace in Daly City, CA.
This masterful performance went on to become one of the most revered ever in their long concert history.
Always known for being on top of the audiophile medium, the Dead would record a lot of their shows over the years with state of the
art equipment. This particular show was of no exception as long time associates Betty Cantor Jackson and Bob Matthews recorded a number
of shows during this much touted tour era and together with the definitive Dead archivists David Lemieux and James Austin compiled the
long awaited Live At The Cow Palace - New Year's Eve 1976.
Friday Music is very pleased to announce the exclusive first time 180 Gram Audiophile 5 LP Deluxe Box Set of the Grateful Dead's Live
At The Cow Palace - New Year's Eve 1976. This amazing limited edition treasure trove features the historic concert in its entirety. Filled with
22 stellar first time audiophile vinyl performances, The Grateful Dead's Jerry Garcia, Bob Weir, Phil Lesh, Mickey Hart, Bill Kruetzmann, Keith
Godchaux and Donna Godchaux truly radiate with some of their finest playing and singing ever, making this a wonderful listen and highly
collectible album for years to come.
Many favorite Grateful Dead classics and superior rarities abound in this lengthy limited edition audiophile dream box including the
long-awaited audiophile vinyl releases of Bertha, Wharf Rat, Eyes Of The World and Jerry Garcia solo favorite Deal.
Known for their lengthy jams, four solid masterpieces get their due on this amazing set like the 23+ minute performance of Playing In
The Band, Sugar Magnolia, Scarlet Begonias and Samson and Delilah.
The band went back real deep into their arsenal of classic tunes and picked even more of their most loved repertoire including a fine
reading of Tim Rose's Morning Dew and of course Dead masterpieces Uncle John's Band, Slipknot! and Looks Like Rain.
As an added treat, a tip of the hat to Buddy Holly is preserved in the audiophile domain with their fine interpretation of Not Fade Away
as well as a pair of masterful Chuck Berry classics with Promised Land and Around and Around.
Now for the first time ever as an exclusive 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl 5 LP Box Set, Friday Music is very honored to announce the
limited edition Grateful Dead authorized release of Live At The Cow Palace-New Years Eve 1976.
Mastered for vinyl by Joe Reagoso (Grateful Dead/Deep Purple/Yes) at Friday Music Studios and at Capitol Records, Hollywood, CA, this
wonderful album will truly be a welcomed addition to your Dead collection.
The Grateful Dead's Live At The Cow Palace album will be packaged in a stunning box set, with Timothy Truman's artwork detailed
beautifully, a rich looking black background inside the box set itself, with a poly lined LP sleeve to preserve the rich details of each of the five
180 Gram vinyl albums. Wonderful retro LP label artwork is also provided for each vinyl album.
Grateful Dead Live At The Cow Palace - New Year's Eve 1976 an amazing concert tour first time release in the audiophile
domain only from your friends at Friday Music Playing In The BandLP 1
1. Promised Land
3. Mama Tried
4. They Love Each Other
5. Looks Like Rain
1. Playing In The Band
2. Sugar Magnolia
3. Eyes Of The World
1. Wharf Rat
2. Good Lovin'
3. Samson and Delilah
4. Scarlet Begonias
1. Around And Around
2. Help On The Way
5. Not Fade Away
1. Morning Dew
2. One More Saturday Night
3. Uncle John's Band
4. We Bid You Goodnight$149.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 5 LPs AWAITING REPRESS Buy Now
AOXOMOXOAThe Grateful Dead's 1969 release Aoxomoxoa is the band's third overall and first foray into 16-track recording. The technological advancements and lack of record label encroachment allowed the band a freedom to explore and experiment in the studio as never before. That along with the blossoming Jerry Garcia/Robert Hunter songwriting partnership made for artistically groundbreaking material that would serve as the band's last overtly psychedelic studio release.1. St. Stephen
2. Duprees Diamond Blues
4. Doin That Rag
5. Mountains Of The Moon
6. China Cat Sunflower
7. Whats Become Of The Baby
8. Cosmic Charlie$24.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Day Of The Dead (Box Set)Limited 10xLP Vinyl Box Set
Each Disc On A Different Color Vinyl
4AD are pleased to announce the release of Day of the Dead, a celebration of the Grateful Dead's music.
Day of the Dead was created and curated by brothers Aaron and Bryce Dessner of The National. The compilation is a wideranging tribute to the songwriting and experimentalism of the Dead which took four years to record, features over 60 artists from varied musical backgrounds, 59 tracks and is almost 6 hours long.
All profits will help fight for AIDS/ HIV and related health issues around the world through the Red Hot Organization, a 501(c)3. This is the 20th album of original music produced by Red Hot to further its mission. Day of the Dead is the follow up to 2009's Dark Was The Night (4AD), a 32-track, multiartist compilation also produced by Aaron and Bryce for Red Hot. Dark Was The Night has raised over 1.5 million dollars for the organizations fighting AIDS to date.LP 1
1. Touch of Grey (The War on Drugs)
2. Shakedown Street (Unknown Mortal Orchestra)
3. Loser (Ed Droste, Binki Shapiro & Friends)
4. Jack A Roe (This Is The Kit)
5. Peggy O (The National)
6. Bird Song (Bonnie 'Prince' Billy & Friends)
7. Brown Eyed Woman (Hiss Golden Messenger)
8. Sugaree (Phosphorescent with Jenny Lewis & Friends)
1. Help On The Way (Bela Fleck)
2. Franklin's Tower (Orchestra Baobab)
3. King Soloman's Marbles (Vijay Iyer)
4. Box of Rain (Kurt Vile & J Mascis)
5. Friend of the Devil (Mumford and Sons)
6. Wharf Rat (Ira Kaplan & Friends)
1. Cassidy (Moses Sumney, Jenny Lewis & Friends)
2. Candyman (Jim James & Friends)
3. Clementine Jam (Orchestra Baobab)
4. Paying in the Band (Tunde Adebimpe, Lee Ranaldo & Friends)
5. Eyes of the World (Tal National)
1. Terrapin Station (Suite) (Daniel Rossen and Christopher Bear)
2. Ship of Fools (The Tallest Man On Earth & Friends)
3. Estimated Prophet (The Rileys)
4. Morning Dew (The National)
1. Me and My Uncle (The Lone Bellow)
2. China Cat Sunflower / I Know You Rider (Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks)
3. If I Had the World to Give (Bonnie 'Prince' Billy & Friends)
4. Dark Star (Cass McCombs, Joe Russo & Friends)
5. Nightfall of Diamonds (Nightfall of Diamonds)
6. Dark Star (The Flaming Lips)
1. Rubin & Cherise (Bonnie 'Prince' Billy & Friends)
2. Althea (Winston Marshall and Shura)
3. Mountains of the Moon (Lee Ranaldo & Friends)
4. Stella Blue (Local Natives)
5. Standing on the Moon (Phosphorescent & Friends)
6. To Lay Me Down (Perfume Genius)
1. Uncle John's Band (Lucius)
2. High Time (Daniel Rossen and Christopher Bear)
3. Dire Wolf (The Lone Bellow)
4. New Speedway Boogie (Courtney Barnett)
5. Cumberland Blues (Charles Bradley)
6. Black Peter (Antony & yMusic)
7. Easy Wind (Bill Callahan)
1. Here Comes Sunshine (Real Estate)
2. Rosemary (Mina Tindle & Friends)
3. Drums > Space (Man Forever / So Percussion / Oneida)
4. Transitive Refraction Axis for John Oswald (Tim Hecker)
5. What's Become of the Baby (s t a r g a z e)
6. Garcia Counterpoint (Bryce Dessner)
1. Brokedown Palace (Richard Reed Parry with Caroline Shaw [featuring Garth Hudson])
2. Till the Morning Comes (Luluc with Xylouris White)
3. Attics of My Life (Angel Olsen)
4. Cream Puff War (Fucked Up)
5. Truckin' (Marijuana Deathsquads)
1. Going Down The Road (Lucinda Williams)
2. Black Muddy River (Bruce Hornsby & DeYarmond Edison)
3. Ripple (The Walkmen)
4. And We Bid You Goodnight (Sam Amidon & Friends)
5. St. Stephen (live) (Wilco with Bob Weir)
6. I Know You Rider (live) (The National with Bob Weir)$188.99Colored Vinyl LP Box Set - 10 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Up On The SunVinyl version of the Meat Puppets' landmark 1985 album, reissued and remastered for vinyl. This one is a stone cold classic; a mix of punk rock, folk, country, jams and poetic lyrics that was a shock when originally released on SST way back when. From the stoned and sunny opening title track to the whirling dervish of sound that is Two Rivers, this album has absolutely no filler and holds up insanely well, like a classic should! For fans of Black Flag and the Grateful Dead.
Up On The Sun
Enchanted Pork Fist
Creator$16.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Joe's GarageOne of the most iconic and infamous titles in FZ's entire catalog, Joe's Garage, has gone down in history as one of Frank Zappa's greatest works. This 1979 epic in three acts, on three discs, predicted the future of censorship, self described by FZ as: A stupid little story about how the government is going to do away with music.
1. The Central Scrutinizer
2. Joe's Garage
3. Catholic Girls
4. Crew Slut
5. Wet T-Shirt Nite
7. Why Does It Hurt When I Pee?
8. Lucille Has Messed My Mind Up
1. A Token Of My Extreme 5
2. Stick It Out
3. Sy Borg
4. Dong Work For Yuda
5. Keep It Greasey
6. Outside Now
1. He Used To Cut The Grass
2. Packard Goose
3. Watermelon In Easter Hay
4. A Little Green Rosetta$38.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 3 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Anthem Of The SunRanked 287/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.
Originally released in 1968, the aspiring Anthem of the Sun is the second album from The Grateful Dead and it finds the band refining the dynamics of their live set in the confines of the studio while simultaneously challenging the conventions of the LP medium. The addition of lyricist Robert Hunter and percussionist Mickey Hart helps take the Dead's brand of improvisational psychedelia to new heights here and displays that they could be as equally transcendent in the studio.1. That's It For The Other One (Parts I-IV)
2. New Potato Caboose
3. Born Cross-Eyed
5. Caution (Do Not Stop On The Tracks)
6. Alligator (Live in Los Angeles Version)
7. Caution (Do Not Stop On The Tracks) (Live In Los Angeles 1968 Version)
8. Feedback (Live In Los Angeles 1968 Version)
9. Born Cross-Eyed (Single Version)$24.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Time Fades Away...Time Fades Away ranks with the bravest and most painfully honest albums of his career... - Mark Deming (All Music Guide)
Originally released in 1973, Time Fades Away is a live album consisting of previously unreleased material. It was Young's first live album, and was recorded with The Stray Gators on the tour following 1972's highly successful Harvest .1. Time Fades Away
2. Journey thru the Past
3. Yonder Stands the Sinner
5. Love in Mind
6. Don't Be Denied
7. The Bridge
8. Last Dance$24.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now