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|ISBN:||Does not apply||Manufacturer:||WACR2|
|Manufacturer Part Number:||2020951|
|Record Label||Rhino (Label)|
|Genre||Country Rock, Rock & Pop|
|Contributing Artists||Merl Saunders|
|Disc 1||1. Bertha, 2. Mama Tried, 3. Big Railroad Blues, 4. Playing in the Band, 5. The Other One, 6. Me & My Uncle, 7. Big Boss Man, 8. Me & Bobby McGee, 9. Johnny B. Goode, 10. Wharf Rat, 11. Not Fade Away / Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad, 12. Boy! - (bonus track) Oh, 13. I'm a Hog For You - (bonus track), 14. (Untitled) - (hidden track)|
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Get hip. Buy this CD
This CD actually sounds BETTER than the album did in 1975.For all you dead heads,you will find this a treat. The cd player in my 97 nissan likes to play it, which means it will play anywhere.Many feel that American Beauty was their best effort but this one I feel has that "Live dead" quality which will bring fond memories to any of Jerrys' Kids who are still out there. The only thing missing here is that fabulous skull and roses sticker which was with the original album, but worry not, you can get one of those on Ebay!
The Best Live Dead Album
I originally bought this album when it first came out in the early seventies. The jams on the extended cuts utterly blew me away, and they still do. This was the Dead at their peak, and the music still sounds as fresh as when it first came out. This album, Workingman's Dead, and Aoxaomoxoa should be required listening for anyone interested in the Dead. Some of the best music ever done by anyone. And I'm saying this as someone who thinks that the Dead did some pretty lame stuff sometimes. But when they were good, they could be truly great. And this is as great a live recording as they ever did. A masterpiece.
Simply the iconic recording of the early and exuberant American Music Band. The performances which all future shows were compared too. A complete representation of what the band was all about in its early years and a complete pleasure to listen too. The Buddy Holly song at the end is frosting on the cake.