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Widely considered one of The Grateful Dead's seminal performances, and certainly one of the very best of the universally acclaimed 1973 performing year, 6/10/73 is as synonymous with great Grateful Dead concerts as are 2/13/70, 8/27/72, and 5/8/77. There are few shows that deliver the goods to the extent of this concert, with it's statement-opener of "Morning Dew, " through lengthy workouts on "Bird Song, " "Playing In The Band, " "Here Comes Sunshine, " "Eyes Of The World, " and an other-worldly "Dark Star." Add to this a nearly hour-long encore/third set featuring members of the Allman Brothers Band (with whom the Dead shared the bill at RFK in 1973), and you have not only one of the most unique shows in Grateful Dead history, but also one of the most exciting, inspired and powerful performances of the Dead's entire career. We're serving up the complete previously unreleased performance, with Plangent Processes tape restoration and speed correction, and mastering by Jeffrey Norman.
Grateful Dead - RFK Stadium, Washington, DC 6/10/73
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Vinyl LP pressing. Originally released in February 1974, this is the best-selling Grateful Dead greatest hits collection to date. Features Truckin', Sugar Magnolia, and Mexicali Blues.
Grateful Dead - Skeletons From The Closet: The Best Of Grateful Dead [LP]
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1971 remix of the original album. Anthem of the Sun is the second album by The Grateful Dead, released in 1968 on Warner Bros/Seven Arts. It is the first album to feature second drummer Mickey Hart. The band was also joined by Tom Constanten, who contributed avant-garde instrumental and studio techniques influenced by composers John Cage and Karlheinz Stockhausen. The album was assembled through a collage-like editing approach helmed by members Jerry Garcia and Phil Lesh (along with soundman Dan Healy), in which disparate studio and live performance tapes were spliced together to create new hybrid recordings. The band also supplemented their performances with instruments such as prepared piano, kazoo, harpsichord, timpani, trumpet, and güiro. The result is an experimental amalgam that is neither a true studio album nor a live album.

Grateful Dead - Anthem Of The Sun (1971 Remix) [LP]
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Two CD set. Made for die-hard Dead Heads and new fans alike, The Best Of The Grateful Dead Live is the ultimate live collection. Includes recordings selected from the band's official live albums on Warner Bros. And Arista, plus a few tracks from their many archival live releases, beginningwith "St. Stephen" -from the group's first official live album, 1969'sLive/Dead- and ending with the poignant "So Many Roads, " taken from the band's final concert at Chicago's Soldier Field in July of 1995
Grateful Dead - The Best of the Grateful Dead Live: 1969-1977 [2CD]
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Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Grateful Dead's iconic Europe '72 Tour with the original Europe '72 album, newly remaste red.Plangent Processes tape restoration and speed correction, with mastering by GRAMMY® Awardwinning engineer Dave Glasser, Produce d for Release by David Lemieux. 180-Gram, Black Vinyl. -In another industrydefying move,the Grateful Dead followed up theirfirst Gold Record, the 1971 liveshowcase SKULL ROSES , with another live album, one that to most fans and critics surpassed even the excellence of the previous offering. From April 7 to May 26, 1972, the Dead performed and recorded 21 live concerts, plus a set in a television studio, with every night being an exceptional display of the magic that was uniquely the live Grateful Dead. These concerts and this tour, 50 years later, are still considered one of the highest of high points in the Grateful Dead's performing career. In an era whena double album was rare enough,the Dead outdid even their own lofty standards by producing a 3 LP masterpiece that to this day is considered one of the finest live albums ever produced. Remastered from the original analog tapes, the album has never sounded better.

Grateful Dead - Europe '72: 50th Anniversary Edition [3LP]
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Grateful Dead

Ready Or Not [2LP]

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New Live Collection Features Nine Unreleased Performances From The Early ‘90s, Presenting What The Next Grateful Dead Studio Album May Have Been.

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The collection focuses on the best unreleased live versions of these late-period gems, all mastered from the original digital soundboard tapes. Recorded live between 1992 and 1995, READY OR NOT spotlights performance by the final Grateful Dead lineup: Jerry Garcia, Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann, Phil Lesh, Bob Weir, and new keyboardist Vince Welnick.

Grateful Dead - Ready Or Not [2LP]
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Jerry Garcia

Reflections [Pink LP]

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New 2023 pressing on pink vinyl. Originally released in early 1976, Reflections features a diverse mix of roots-oriented styles with contributions from Garcia's two primary vehicles of musical expression - the Grateful Dead and the Jerry Garcia Band. As writer Steve Silberman noted while Reflections was effectively two half-albums in one, "it's one of Garcia's most artistically unified statements of harmony, affirmation and joy."
Jerry Garcia - Reflections [Pink LP]
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Limited quadruple vinyl LP pressing housed in a gatefold Stoughton "tip-on" jacket. From The Vault releases are distinguished from the more abundant Dick's Picks series in that Dick's Picks are "direct from the soundboard" recordings, while the From The Vault series were professionally recorded on multi-track tape and then mixed down (decades) later for release. Recorded live at the Capitol Theatre (Port Chester, NY) in 1971, this is the worldwide vinyl debut release of this seminal show featuring the 5 piece line-up of Pigpen, Garcia, Weir, Lesh, and Kruetzmann (Mickey Hart had temporarily left the band at that point), freshly remastered in 2014 by Joe Gastwirt for your pleasure. 20 classic songs on eight sides of wax, this show has previously only been available on CD; this is the first ever vinyl LP release!
Grateful Dead - Three From The Vault: Remastered [Limited Edition 4LP]
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First time ever on vinyl! Limited four vinyl LP pressing in a gatefold Stoughton 'tip-on' M-Pack jacket. Following on the heels of Light in the Attic's vinyl LP release of One From The Vault comes the next in the trilogy of From The Vault releases by The Grateful Dead. These releases are distinguished from the more abundant Dick's Picks series in that Dick's Picks are 'direct from the soundboard' recordings, while the From The Vault series were professionally recorded on multi-track tape and then mixed down (decades) later for release. Recorded live at the Shrine Auditorium (Los Angeles) in 1968, this is the worldwide vinyl debut release of this legendary show featuring the 6 piece line-up of Pigpen, Garcia, Weir, Lesh, Kruetzmann, and Hart, freshly remastered in 2014 by Joe Gastwirt for maximum mind expansion. Nine dynamic songs on eight sides of wax - five songs weigh in around the 15-minute mark, while three others touch down close to 10 minutes. This is the Dead at their most improvisational while still retaining the Blues-Rock roots of the 'Pigpen' years.
Grateful Dead - Two From The Vault: Remastered [Limited Edition 4LP]
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RFK Stadium, Washington, DC 6/10/73 (Live) - Widely considered one of The Grateful Dead's seminal performances, and certainly one of the very best of the universally acclaimed 1973 performing year, 6/10/73 is as synonymous with great Grateful Dead concerts as are 2/13/70, 8/27/72, and 5/8/77. There are few shows that deliver the goods to the extent of this concert, with it's statement-opener of "Morning Dew, " through lengthy workouts on "Bird Song, " "Playing In The Band, " "Here Comes Sunshine, " "Eyes Of The World, " and an other-worldly "Dark Star." Add to this a nearly hour-long encore/third set featuring members of the Allman Brothers Band (with whom the Dead shared the bill at RFK in 1973), and you have not only one of the most unique shows in Grateful Dead history, but also one of the most exciting, inspired and powerful performances of the Dead's entire career. We're serving up the complete previously unreleased performance, with Plangent Processes tape restoration and speed correction, and mastering by Jeffrey Norman.
Grateful Dead - RFK Stadium, Washington, DC 6/10/73 [LP]
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GRATEFUL DEAD / DICKS PICKS VOL. 1 TAMPA, FLORIDA 12/19/73 The road to Dick's Picks Vol. 1 began in 1985, when Grateful Dead archivist Dick Latvala sat bassist Phil Lesh down and virtually forced him to listen to some tapes from older shows. It still took Dick eight years to get the band to agree to release the first volume of Dick's Picks, and the second one didn't come till two years later... but Dick's persistence paid off with a series of live recordings that revolutionized the way bands approach archival material. Now, on the 30th anniversary of it's release and the 50th anniversary of the show itself, we at Real Gone Music are proud to reissue Dick's Picks Vol. 1, remastered for vinyl by Jeffrey Norman from the original analog tapes for the first time ever (the previous LP release was taken from digital files). Right off the bat it's easy to understand why Dick chose this show; the version of "Here Comes Sunshine" that leads off disc one is pretty much universally considered the best ever, a piece of seamless and gently swinging ensemble work featuring lyrical Jerry Garcia guitar leads that distills the essence of the band's mythos and appeal. Throw in a great rendition of the rarely-performed "Nobody's Fault but Mine" that leads into a stellar 16-minute jam that flirts with a full-fledged "The Other One" but dances spacily away, and a moving "Stella Blue" before the "Around and Around" finale and you have another legendary night-in fact, the LAST night-from a great year (1973) of touring... and, as such, the perfect way to begin the long strange trip that is the Dick's Picks series. Our release actually includes some material (featuring the long-lost Phil Lesh bass solo) that was left off previous iterations of this show, and, with lacquer cutting by Clint Holley and Dave Polster at Well Made Music and pressing on 180-gram black vinyl by Gotta Groove Records, the sound on this 4-LP boxed set-which, again, comes straight from the original analog tapes for the first time-is simply sublime.
Grateful Dead - Dicks Picks Vol. 1tampa, Florida 12/19/73 [Limited Edition]
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The Grateful Dead's first true archival album, Bear's Choice, was lovingly produced as atribute to Pigpen shortly after he passed by none other that the Dead's original soundman and benefactor, Owsley Stanley, aka Bear. Drawing from live shows recorded three years earlier by Bear at the Fillmore East in New York City, Bear's Choice captures the Dead at an essential moment of their history, as they were about to record Workingman's Dead (and shortly thereafter, American Beauty), and were transitioning into becoming Americana pioneers, while never losing touch with their psychedelic improvisational roots. Three of the eight songs on the album are sung by Pigpen, with Side 1 being the definitive example of early Acoustic Dead, and Side 2 being electric blues and rock & roll, with Pigpen leading the charge on both tracks on the second side.This has been re-mastered by David Glasser using Plangent Processes from the original analog 2-track tapes recorded live by Bear and has never sounded better.
Grateful Dead - History of the Grateful Dead Vol. 1 Bear's Choice [LP]
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Workingman's Dead (180 Gram Vinyl) lLP pressing. Workingman's Dead is the fourth Grateful Dead studio album. It was recorded in February 1970 and originally released on June 14, 1970. The album and it's studio follow-up, American Beauty, were recorded back-to-back using a similar style, eschewing the psychedelic experimentation of previous albums in favor of Jerry Garcia and Robert Hunter's Americana-styled songcraft.

Grateful Dead - Workingman's Dead [LP]
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Bobby Weir celebrated the 50th anniversary of his solo debut, Ace, on stage in April with two special shows at New York City’s Radio City Music Hall. On both nights, he performed the entire album live with his group Bobby Weir & Wolf Bros, featuring The Wolfpack, a string and brass quintet, pedal steel player Barry Sless, and special guests Tyler Childers and Brittney Spencer.
Bob Weir - Ace: 50th Anniversary Remaster [LP]
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Limited green colored vinyl LP pressing. In the Groove is an album by Planet Drum, a percussion-based world music ensemble led by Mickey Hart, Zakir Hussain, Sikiru Adepoju, and Giovanni Hidalgo. It was originally released in 2022.
Mickey Hart - In The Groove [Colored Vinyl] (Grn)
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Released in 2010, Ragged But Right features live recordings from the Jerry Garcia Acoustic Band’s fall 1987 tour stops at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre in New York City, Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles, and the Warfield Theatre in San Francisco. Jerry Garcia Acoustic Band consists of Jerry Garcia (guitar, vocals), John Kahn (string bass), David Kemper (snare drum), Kenny Kosek (fiddle), David Nelson (guitar, vocals), and Sandy Rothman (mandolin, dobro, banjo, vocals). Available for the first time on vinyl, this 2 LP set is pressed on 180-gram vinyl and housed in a gatefold jacket.

Side A:
1. Ragged But Right
2. Short Life of Trouble
3. I Ain't Never
4. Trouble in Mind
Side B:
1. Drifting With the Tide
2. Band Introductions
3. Deep Elem Blues
4. Rosa Lee McFall
Side C:
1. Two Soldiers
2. If I Lose
3. Bright Morning Star
4. Goodnight Irene
Side D:
1. It's a Long, Long Way to the Top of the World
2. Drifting Too Far From the Shore
3. Turtle Dove

Jerry Garcia Acoustic Band - Ragged But Right [RSD 2022] []
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Garcia celebrates its golden year in 2022! Expanding on Garcia's first solo release, this 2LP edition features outtakes from the original sessions on Sides 3 & 4. Recorded almost entirely by Garcia with assistance from Bill Kreutzmann and Robert Hunter, six of the songs became staples in the Grateful Dead's repertoire. 50th Anniversary Limited Edition 2LP on 180-gram "gold nugget" vinyl includes a liner note essay from David Frick.

FEATURES:

  • 50th Anniversary Edition
  • Limited Edition
  • 180gram Vinyl
  • Double LP
  • Gold Nugget Vinyl
  • Bonus Tracks
  • Liner Note Essay by David Frick
  • Gatefold Jacket

GARCIA (50TH ANNIVERSARY) [GOLD NUGGET]

Jerry Garcia - Garcia: 50th Anniversary [Gold Nugget 2LP]
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Jerry Garcia/John Kahn -"GarciaLive Vol. 14: January 27th, 1986 - The Ritz" - Repressing on red vinyl. GarciaLive Vol 14 showcases a buoyant acoustic performance from Jerry Garcia andlongtime friend John Kahn during the middle of a rare duo tour. Recorded on January 27, 1986 at The Ritz in NYC, Garcia and Kahn deliver two exquisite sets featuring Grateful Dead favorites ("Ripple, " "Friend of the Devil, " "Dire Wolf, " and "Bird Song, " among others), spirited takes on Bob Dylan's "When I Paint My Masterpiece" and "Simple Twist of Fate", and more from Garcia's songbook. [Red 2 LP]
Jerry Garcia & John Kahn - GarciaLive Vol. 14: January 27th, 1986 - The Ritz [Red 2LP]
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The first installment in a new archival series celebrating Jerry Garcia s magical 13 night run on Broadway. On Broadway: Act One presents three complete, previously unreleased sets from the October 28th, 1987 performances at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre in NYC: the early and late Jerry Garcia Acoustic Band sets and the Jerry Garcia Band s electric evening set. Highlights are many, but include I Ain t Never, Bright Morning Stars, Run For The Roses and Bob Dylan s Tangled Up In Blue.
Jerry Garcia - On Broadway: Act One - October 28th 1987
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Pairs a remastered new mix of Weir’s solo debut album with a new live version recorded earlier this year at radio city music hall, with Bobby Weir & The Wolf Bros. Featuring The Wolfpack and special guests Tyler Childers and Brittney Spencer. Original album Remixed by Derek Featherstone and mastered by GRAMMY® Award-winning engineer David Glasser. Produced for Release by Bobby “Ace” Weir and Derek Featherstone.
Bob Weir - Ace: 50th Anniversary Remaster [Deluxe Edition 2CD]
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GarciaLive Volume 17 features highlights from three Jerry Garcia Band performances captured in their native Northern California during November 1976. Joined by fellow Grateful Dead members Donna Jean & Keith Godchaux along with John Kahn and Ron Tutt, Garcia has gone on record extolling the group’s harmonious sound, evident on classics like “Sugaree” “Friend of the Devil” “Catfish John” and “How Sweet It Is.” The 3xCD set contains over 2.5hrs of music sourced from original soundboard recordings.

Jerry Garcia Band - GarciaLive Volume 17:  NorCal ‘76 [3CD]
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GarciaLive Volume Nine presents Jerry Garcia & Merl Saunders' adventurous rock-jazz-R&B fusion performance from August 11th, 1974 at Keystone in Berkeley, CA with John Kahn on bass, Martin Fierro on saxophone & flute and the Grateful Dead's Bill Kreutzmann on drums. While the evening's setlist focuses mainly on standards, the approach is anything but regular or straight. It showcases their ability to reimagine standards through inventive arrangements and fiery virtuosity permeated with soul.
Jerry Garcia - Garcia Live Volume Nine: August 11th, 1974 Keystone Berkeley [2 CD]
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GarciaLive Volume 16 presents the Jerry Garcia Band’s first performance at the world’s most famous arena during their legendary Fall '91 tour. Produced from remastered soundboard recordings, The Grateful Dead co-founder is joined by John Kahn (bass), David Kemper (drums), Melvin Seals (keyboard), Gloria Jones and Jacklyn LaBranch (backing vocals) delivering a transcendent performance of classics from the Jerry Garcia Band songbook including “Lay Down Sally,” “Deal,” “Shining Star” and others.

Jerry Garcia Band - GarciaLive Volume 16: November 15th, 1991 Madison Square Garden [3 CD]
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3 CD Set featuring over 2 1/2 hours of previously unreleased music mastered from original soundboard recordings. The third installment of the newly launched archival series highlights captured during two December 1974 Pacific Northwest performances from one of Jerry Garcia's most experimental, improvisational and revered projects.
Jerry Garcia Band - GarciaLive Vol.3 - Legion Of Mary - December 14-15, 1974 NorthWest Tour
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GarciaLive Volume Eight presents the Jerry Garcia Band's November 23rd, 1991 performance at the Bradley Center in Milwaukee, WI. The fall '91 tour as a whole is widely regarded as one of Garcia's finest and this particular Saturday evening serves as a further testament to the legend. Fans in attendance at the Bradley Center braved an intense snowstorm and the audience's palpable energy and enthusiasm was a likely catalyst for this spirited performance. Keyboardist Melvin Seals summarized the group nicely stating 'That was the magic band. It's not that the other scenarios didn't work out but once we got to that level of the band with (drummer) Dave Kemper, John Kahn, Jerry, myself and the singers, Jackie (LaBranch) and Gloria (Jones) we all knew we had something special. That was the band.'
Jerry Garcia - GarciaLive Volume 8 - November 23rd, 1991 Bradley Center
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2 CD Set featuring over 2 hours of previously unreleased music mastered from original soundboard recordings. The fourth installment of the recently launched archival series presents the Jerry Garcia Band's performance from March 22nd, 1978 at Veteran's Hall in Sebastopol, California. This incarnation of the Jerry Garcia Band features Garcia and longtime collaborator John Kahn plus drummer Buzz Buchanan and Grateful Dead bandmates Keith and Donna Jean Godchaux. Grammy award winning vocalist Maria Muldaur ('Midnight at the Oasis') rounds out the line-up.
Jerry Garcia - GarciaLive Vol.4 - March 22nd 1978 Veteran's Hall
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GarciaLive Vol. 15 showcases a free-spirited performance from Jerry Garcia, Merl Saunders and drummer Bill Vitt at the celebrated and cozy San Francisco jazz club Keystone Korner. The trio, aided by saxophonist Martin Fierro on five songs, fuses R&B, jazz & rock across two adventurous sets. Extended takes on Saunders's own "Man-Child" and "Save Mother Earth" punctuate the performance alongside rare gems including David Crosby's "The Wall Song" and Stevie Wonder's "I Was Made to Love Her."

Jerry Garcia & Merl Saunders - GarciaLive Volume 15: May 21st, 1971 Keystone Korner [2CD]
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GarciaLive Volume 14 showcases a buoyant acoustic performance from Jerry Garcia and longtime friend/bassist John Kahn during the middle of a rare duo tour. Recorded on January 27, 1986 at The Ritz in New York City, Garcia and Kahn deliver two exquisite sets featuring Grateful Dead favorites ("Ripple, " "Friend of the Devil, " "Dire Wolf, " and "Bird Song, " among others), spirited takes on Bob Dylan's "When I Paint My Masterpiece" and "Simple Twist of Fate", and more from Garcia's songbook.

Jerry Garcia & John Kahn - Garcialive Volume 14: January 27th 1986 The Ritz
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GarciaLive Volume Ten documents the Jerry Garcia Band's May 20, 1990 performance at the Hilo Civic Auditorium in Hawaii. In this relaxed setting, it's no wonder that the music from this show shines so brightly both in Garcia's strong vocals and guitar playing but also the joyful setlist spanning some of Jerry's favorite corners of music Dylan, Motown, Reggae, and Rock & Roll. Spurred on by the ever-steady rhythm section of Dave Kemper and John Kahn, complete with the celestial sounds of Melvin Seals' organ and background vocals of Gloria Jones and Jacklyn LaBranch.

Jerry Garcia - GarciaLive Volume Ten: May 20th, 1990 Hilo Civic Auditorium [2CD]
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The first release from the newly-launched Garcia Live series features a recording from the historic Capitol Theatre in Passaic, New Jersey on March 1, 1980. The band performed an early and a late show on this evening, as was common at the time. The shows were originally multi-tracked on a 24-track mobile rig for WNEW's broadcast of the early show.
Jerry Garcia Band - GarciaLive Vol.1 - March 1st 1980, Capitol Theater
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2014 two CD live archive release. This fifth installment of the GARCIALIVE archival series presents the Jerry Garcia Band's New Year's Eve 1975 performance at the Keystone in Berkeley, California. Flying under the radar, this unannounced/unadvertised performance holds the distinction as the JGB's only performance on New Year's - an occasion typically reserved for the Grateful Dead. This performance also marks the legendary Nicky Hopkins' final performance with the Jerry Garcia. This set features 2 hours of previously unreleased music mastered from original soundboard recordings. Musicians include: John Kahn (Old and in the Way, Maria Muldaur, John Lee Hooker) - bass, Nicky Hopkins (Rolling Stones, the Kinks, the Who, the Beatles) - keyboards, Greg Errico (Sly and the Family Stone, Weather Report, David Bowie) - drums, Mickey Hart (Grateful Dead, Planet Drum) - drums & Special guests (Sets 2 & 3): Bob Weir (Grateful Dead, Ratdog, Kingfish) - guitar & Matthew Kelly (Kingfish, Ratdog) - harmonica.
Jerry Garcia Band - Garcialive Vol. 5 - December 31st 1975 Keystone Berkeley
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Two CD set. Garcia Live Volume Eleven: November 11th, 1993 Providence Civic Center Overview: Previously unreleased live recordings from The Jerry Garcia Band.
Jerry Garcia - GarciaLive Volume Eleven: November 11th, 1993 Providence Civic Center [2 CD]
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Produced from the original 1/4” analog master reels, GarciaLive Vol. 18 presents this previously uncirculated performance captured at the Bay Area’s vaunted Keystone Berkeley. Garcia and Saunders are joined by John Kahn, Martin Fierro (Zero, Sir Douglas Quintet) and Paul Humphrey (Marvin Gaye, Joe Cocker, Lawrence Welk) for genre-bending explorations of R&B, reggae, jazz, and rock classics including “The Harder They Come,” “You Can Leave Your Hat On,” “Freedom Jazz Dance,” and more.

Jerry Garcia & Merl Saunders - GarciaLive Vol. 18: November 2nd, 1974 - Keystone Berkeley [2 CD]
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GarciaLive Volume Two captures the classic latter-era lineup of the Jerry Garcia Band in the very familiar surroundings of the Greek Theatre in Berkeley, CA. Recorded during a fruitful period for the band, which has resulted in two previous releases (Jerry Garcia Band and How Sweet It Is), this show features a guest appearance by acclaimed banjo player Bela Fleck to kick off the second set with a fiery rendition of "Midnight Moonlight" and an otherworldly adventure on the Jimmy Cliff classic, "The Harder They Come."
Jerry Garcia Band - GarciaLive Vol.2 - August 5Th 1990  Greek Theater
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Dick s Picks Vol. 11 was not only the first concert from 1972 to be released in the series, but also was the first full concert from that hallowed year ever to be released by the Dead. At the time, it sparked some controversy it seemed like (and still does!) every Deadhead had his or her favorite 1972 show but as usual, compiler Dick Latvala came through with an (American) beauty, highlighted by one of the greatest Dark Star versions ever recorded, with a bonus of a one-time-only segue into Cumberland Blues. This volume also delivers an interesting set list marked by quite a bit of material from the debut solo albums by Jerry Garcia (Garcia) and Bob Weir (Ace), both of which had come out earlier that year. We ve seen quite a few folks claim this album actually tops Europe 72, but maybe a better way to put it is to say it complements it, with a bunch of new material added to the repertoire and a new, post-Pigpen line-up playing at a very high level on this side of the pond. Out of print for years!
Grateful Dead - Dick's Picks Vol.11: Stanley Theatre Jersey City NJ
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Digitally remastered three CD edition of this official 'bootleg' from the Grateful Dead's vaults. This set won raves from the Dead collector community both for its pristine sound (mastered in HDCD) and blazing performances. Includes the complete 11/5/77 show from the Community War Memorial in Rochester, leavened with some particularly inspired excerpts from the 11/2/77 show at the Seneca College Field House in Toronto.
Grateful Dead - Vol. 34-Dick's Picks-Rochester Ny 11/5/77
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