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The Grateful Dead Movie
This monumental 12-disc assemblage presents the band's amazing, long strange trip from 1973 to 1989, encompassing the albums released on their own Grateful Dead Records label and later Arista.
Closing of The Winterland
This nearly 7 hour DVD includes the Grateful Dead's entire performance of the epic New Years 1978 show at the Winterland Arena, plus extensive bonus material!
Birth of the Dead
This two-disc collection assembles rare pre-Warner tracks recorded in 1965-66. Also included are "Fire in the City," an ultra-rare collaboration with Jon Hendricks as well as previously unreleased live tracks from various Bay Area venues. 'Birth of the Dead' was compiled by longtime Dead PR chief Dennis McNally & Lou Tambakos.
Expanded & remastered (HDCD) version of the band's 1970 classic featuring many of the Dead's best-known songs plus 6 bonus tracks 'Truckin' (single version) & 5 live tracks 'Friend of the Devil', 'Candyman', 'Till The Morning Comes', 'Attics of My Life' & 'Truckin'.
History of the Grateful Dead 1
Skeletons from the Closet: The Best of the Grateful Dead
"Skeletons" succintly proves the Dead's abilities as harmony singers ("Uncle John's Band" is tighter than anything CSNY did then), rustic new folk-rockers ("Sugar Magnolia," "Mexicali Blues" and "Friend of the Devil" feel like they were created in Death Valley in July) and live blues-boogie jammers (a strained Bob Weir vocal on "One More Saturday Night" and some Pigpen grease on Bobby Bland's "Turn On Your Love Light" represents what they did so well for so long).
Europe '72 (Re-issued)
This sprawling three-records-on-two-CDs set offers a healthy cross-section of material and finds the band honing even further its blend of musical languages. There are country-inflected boogies, blues rave-ups, passionate ballads, and, of course, the extended, adventurous jams that made them famous. Many of the Dead's best-loved tunes made their initial vinyl appearances here, including "He's Gone," "Jack Straw," "Brown-Eyed Women," "Ramble on Rose," and "Tennessee Jed"--most of which reveal a heavy country influence, especially in Robert Hunter's lyrics. In addition to introducing these new songs, Europe '72 also showcases brilliantly fine-tuned versions of "Truckin'" (complete with a lengthy "Epilogue") and "China Cat Sunflower/I Know You Rider," which became the first of the band's many magical song combinations.
Skull & Roses
The Grateful Dead (Skull & Roses) ORIGINAL RECORDING REMASTERED! Plus Extra Bonus tracks!
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