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Grateful Dead - Ripple (Studio Version)
 
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Ripple by the Grateful Dead from the album American Beauty. Uploaded by request of herbplummer.
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The Grateful Dead - Ripple (Studio Version)
 
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Link to the picture: http://thingstolookathigh.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/alice-in-wonderland-trippy.png Robert Hunter, wrote this song in 1970 in London in the same afternoon he wrote "Brokedown Palace" and "To Lay Me Down" (reputedly also drinking an entire bottle of retsina in the process). The song debuted August 18, 1970 at Fillmore West in San Francisco. Like many folk songs, "Ripple" addresses itself as a song and an instrument of the performers' emotional expression. Several lines throughout the song echo the 23rd Psalm of the Bible. Trip hard and good, motherfuckers.
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Ripple - The Grateful Dead [High Quality, Vinyl Rip]
 
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Ripple by The Grateful Dead Ripped from the B-Side of the American Beauty album, first released in 1970. Please enjoy one of the best vinyl rips i've ever done. The bass comes out clear and crisp and the acoustic guitar at the end sounds heavenly. Can't hear a single scratch or crackle on the thing. 16 bit, 48000 kHz Subscribe for more high quality songs. Or don't, no pressure. Just enjoy the music.
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The Grateful Dead - Touch of Grey (Studio Version)
 
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From the album " The Very Best of The Grateful Dead ", originally from the 1987 album "In The Dark".
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Grateful Dead - The Grateful Dead 50th Anniversary Reissue (Official Trailer)
 
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March 2017 marked the 50th Anniversary of the Grateful Dead’s debut studio album 'The Grateful Dead'. The band recorded and mixed the album in five days before releasing it in March 1967. It captures the group’s early sound with a mix of electrified jug band stomps (“Sitting On Top of the World”), Chicago blues (“Good Morning Little School Girl”), crazed modal improv (“Viola Lee Blues”), and Dylan-y put-downs (“Cream Puff War”). The Grateful Dead 50th Anniversary vinyl picture disc and 2-CD Deluxe Edition are available now at www.dead.net. Subscribe! http://bit.ly/SubcribeToTheDead Take a trip with our playlists.... The Grateful Dead Fundamentals http://bit.ly/GratefulDead101 Legendary Live Cuts http://bit.ly/LiveDeadLiveDead The Dead: Covered http://bit.ly/DeadUnderCover Scintillating Bust Outs http://bit.ly/BustOuts Stay connected with The Dead on... dead.net http://www.dead.net/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/gratefuldead/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/gratefuldead Twitter https://twitter.com/GratefulDead --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Will you come with me? Won't you come with me? There's no better place to take a long strange trip with the Grateful Dead than right here. We've got music from every single studio album and a bevy of live albums, to boot. There are celebrated live performances from the 70s and 80s and official videos with more skeletons than you can shake your bones at, an exclusive seaside series on what's to come from the band's rich catalog and details on meet-ups all across the promised land. If it's community you’re after, try your hand at our yearly DEAD COVERS PROJECT competition and connect with fellow Dead Heads around the world. Heck, keep your eyes peeled you might even catch a glimpse of Pigpen on keys, Jerry in a GROOVE, Bobby tellin' tales, Mickey talkin' space, Phil and friends, Bill on the beach, or anyone from our extended family. It's all happenin' right here. Subscribe and you won't miss a thing.
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A LOOK INSIDE: THE GRATEFUL DEAD: 50TH ANNIVERSARY DELUXE EDITION
 
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Newly remastered, THE GRATEFUL DEAD: 50th ANNIVERSARY DELUXE EDITION contains all the grainy roots of the original along with a bonus disc featuring the complete unreleased concert from July 29th, 1966 and select cuts from July 30th, 1966. Get it from Amazon: http://smarturl.it/GD50CD Get it from iTunes: http://smarturl.it/GD50IT
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The Grateful Dead - Althea (Studio Version)
 
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The Grateful Dead - "Althea" from the album Go To Heaven I told Althea I was feeling lost Lacking in some direction Althea told me upon scrutiny That my back might need protection I told Althea that treachery Was tearing me limb from limb Althea told me, now cool down boy Settle back easy, Jim You may be Saturday's child all grown Moving with a pinch of grace You may be a clown in the burying ground Or just another pretty face You may be the fate of Ophelia Sleeping and perchance to dream Honest to the point of recklessness Self-centred to the extreme Ain't nobody messin' with you but you Your friends are getting most concerned Loose with the truth, maybe its your fire Baby I hope you don't get burned When the smoke has cleared, she said That's what she said to me You're gonna want a bed to lay your head And a little sympathy There are things you can replace And others you cannot The time has come to weigh those things This space is gettin' hot You know this space is gettin' hot I told Althea, I'm a roving sign That I was born to be a bachelor Althea told me, OK that's fine So now I'm trying to catch her Can't talk to you without talking to me We're guilty of the same old things Thinking a lot about less and less And forgetting the love we bring
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Grateful Dead - Ripple
 
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sweet ripple live
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Someday-Prism Ripple Cover REMASTERED
 
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EDIT--Thanks, SilvaquaG for the remastering!!! Me=very bad at editing of any kind. Good evening, everyone! Faux here deeply apologizing for the lateness of this ;o; I'm attempting to do the "one upload a week" thing but life has been quite busy and the creative juices have not been flowing. But for your listening pleasure, I present "Someday"--With lyrics!! So this is originally a Mandopony song that I heard and was instantly inspired by! Rainbow Dash is my second favorite (next to Luna) of the MLP series, and with this piece being about her, I couldn't pass it up :D Plus, Mandopony=super special awesome-azing and I knew I'd do one of his songs eventually, just not sure which one! Anyway, I felt that this song "Someday" had to do with Rainbow Dash's feelings towards eventually achieving her goal...Thus the lyrics tried to mirror that and the way the song progressed. Hope I made it fit! The singing is BLEH, but may it be pleasing to your ears regardless. Thank you SO much Mandopony for making the original version of this song.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=84VaEXQVYiw I own nothing by the lyrics and my voice. -------------------------------------------------------------------- Someday (Mandopony) So many times I've looked up in the sky, To see those dark clouds passing by To be there soaring way up high, Someday, my dreams are coming true! There I will be, one of the crew! "Rainbow dash time for another sonic rainboom!" Crowds I can hear, Loudly they cheer For one troop of fliers; there's nothing they can't do! My mind was made up from the first time I saw (I am the best) Their daring do-feats, they left me in awe! (There's no Contest) I'll show them all how, my speed and my style, (A Wonderbolt) Will have everypony, lined up for miles! (That's what I will be!) Someday they won't pass me by. Someday soon with them I'll fly. Someday soon they'll notice me! Someday a wonderbolt I'll be! Not an easy task I face. Others say "stay in your place" Still I'll try; I'll show them all. My Wings are strong, I will not fall. Someday they won't pass me by. Someday soon with them I'll fly. Someday soon they'll notice me! Someday a wonderbolt I'll be! Been dreamin', I've been waitin'. I'm dreamin', I'll keep waiting.
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Grateful Dead - Anthem of the Sun (1968) FULL ALBUM Vinyl Rip
 
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side one: 1. That's It for the Other One 0:00 2. New Potato Caboose 7:28 3. Born Cross-Eyed 16:00 side two: 1. Alligator 18:19 2. Caution (Do Not Stop on Tracks) 29:28 All rights belong to WMG and the Grateful Dead. Enjoy.
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Grateful Dead - Terrapin Station
 
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Lyrics: Lady With A Fan" Let my inspiration flow in token lines suggesting rhythm that will not forsake me till my tale is told and done While the firelight's aglow strange shadows in the flames will grow till things we've never seen will seem familiar Shadows of a sailor forming winds both foul and fair all swarm down in Carlisle he loved a lady many years ago Here beside him stands a man a soldier by the looks of him who came through many fights but lost at love While the storyteller speaks a door within the fire creaks suddenly flies open and a girl is standing there Eyes alight with glowing hair all that fancy paints as fair she takes her fan and throws it in the lion's den "Which of you to gain me, tell will risk uncertain pains of Hell? I will not forgive you if you will not take the chance" The sailor gave at least a try the soldier being much too wise strategy was his strength and not disaster The sailor coming out again the lady fairly lept at him that's how it stands today you decide if he was wise The storyteller makes no choice soon you will not hear his voice his job is to shed light and not to master Since the end is never told we pay the teller off in gold in hopes he will come back but he cannot be bought or sold Terrapin Station" Inspiration, move me brightly light the song with sense and color, hold away despair More than this I will not ask faced with mysteries dark and vast statements just seem vain at last some rise, some fall, some climb to get to Terrapin Counting stars by candlelight all are dim but one is bright: the spiral light of Venus rising first and shining best, From the northwest corner of a brand-new crescent moon crickets and cicadas sing a rare and different tune Terrapin Station in the shadow of the moon Terrapin Station and I know we'll be there soon Terrapin - I can't figure out Terrapin - if it's an end or the beginning Terrapin - but the train's got its brakes on and the whistle is screaming: TERRAPIN At A Siding" While you were gone these spaces filled with darkness The obvious was hidden With nothing to believe in the compass always points to Terrapin The sullen wings of fortune beat like rain You're back in Terrapin for good or ill again For good or ill again
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Grateful Dead - Weather Report Suite (Studio Version)
 
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Weather Report Suite by the Grateful Dead. It's from the album Wake of the Flood, released in 1973. Enjoy!
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A closer Look at Workingman's Dead by The Grateful Dead
 
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Well the first days are the hardest days, don't you worry any more, Cause when life looks like easy street, there is danger at your door. Think this through with me, let me know your mind, Wo, oh, what I want to know, is are you kind?
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Rosso Quoting The Dead
 
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Freaks and Geeks, Rosso quoting grateful dead lines from Box of Rain.
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grateful dead - Help On The WaySlipknot! - Blues For Allah
 
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Songs Music grateful dead - Help On The WaySlipknot! - Blues For Allah
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Grateful Dead - "Ripple" (1970)
 
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Classic Dead from the 1970 album "American Beauty". It was released as the B-side to the single "Truckin' " Robert Hunter wrote this song in 1970 in London in the same afternoon he wrote "Brokedown Palace" and "To Lay Me Down" (reputedly also drinking an entire bottle of retsina in the process). The song debuted August 18, 1970 at Fillmore West in San Francisco. Jerry Garcia wrote the music to this song. Several lines throughout the song echo the 23rd Psalm of the Bible.
Views: 12633 Mark Parker
Grateful Dead - Sugaree 1972 (Studio Version)
 
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Released January 20, 1972 Recorded July 1971 Sugaree 1972 Studio Version (solo album: Garcia) Bill Kreutzmann, Jerry Garcia.
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Grateful Dead - Truckin'
 
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Grateful Dead - Truckin' Garcia;Lesh;Weir;Hunter Lyrics:Truckin got my chips cashed in. keep truckin, like the do-dah man Together, more or less in line, just keep truckin on. Arrows of neon and flashing marquees out on main street. Chicago, new york, detroit and its all on the same street. Your typical city involved in a typical daydream Hang it up and see what tomorrow brings. Dallas, got a soft machine; houston, too close to new orleans; New yorks got the ways and means; but just wont let you be, oh no. Most of the cast that you meet on the streets speak of true love, Most of the time theyre sittin and cryin at home. One of these days they know they better get goin Out of the door and down on the streets all alone. Truckin, like the do-dah man. once told me youve got to play your hand Sometimes your cards aint worth a dime, if you dont layem down, Sometimes the lights all shinin on me; Other times I can barely see. Lately it occurs to me what a long, strange trip its been. What in the world ever became of sweet jane? She lost her sparkle, you know she isnt the same Livin on reds, vitamin c, and cocaine, All a friend can say is aint it a shame? Truckin, up to buffalo. been thinkin, you got to mellow slow Takes time, you pick a place to go, and just keep truckin on. Sittin and starin out of the hotel window. Got a tip theyre gonna kick the door in again Id like to get some sleep before I travel, But if you got a warrant, I guess youre gonna come in. Busted, down on bourbon street, set up, like a bowlin pin. Knocked down, it gets to wearin thin. they just wont let you be, oh no. Youre sick of hangin around and youd like to travel; Get tired of travelin and you want to settle down. I guess they cant revoke your soul for tryin, Get out of the door and light out and look all around. Sometimes the lights all shinin on me; Other times I can barely see. Lately it occurs to me what a long, strange trip its been. Truckin, Im a goin home. whoa whoa baby, back where I belong, Back home, sit down and patch my bones, and get back truckin on. Hey now get back truckin home.
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Ian Brown - First World Problems
 
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Ian Brown – First World Problems. Video directed by: Ian Brown
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Ripple - Karaoke with Lyrics - The Grateful Dead
 
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This is my first attempt to time the lyrics correctly. I know it's not exactly right in all spots, but hopefully it's readable anyway! Enjoy! --------------------------------------------- Disclaimer: This video was not intended for any personal gain, only for entertainment purposes and fan appreciation. I own some of the photos but not the song. I simply love music and want to share my passion for it. All copyrights go to the original owners.
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Grateful Dead - Good Lovin' (Studio Version)
 
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Good Lovin' by the Grateful Dead. It's from their 1978 album, Shakedown Street. Uploaded by request of FrijolesKilla
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Grateful Dead - Tivoli - 4-17-1972 pt.1 Restored HQ [VIDEO]
 
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for http://deadvids.com Davidaron presents: FREE 24/7 Streaming Grateful Dead Concert Video. Download it here: https://vimeo.com/40545083 Part 2 here: http://youtu.be/CIgyJ6Ooe1E Copenhagen, Denmark Original producer: Edmondt Jensen Remastered from PAL 2" QUAD reels / PAL 625/50 Betacam SP master / Panasonic PAL DVD Recorder (AC3 audio) / MPEG-4 AAC Original audio is from TV source reels. Thanks to Danmarks Radio.
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Grateful Dead - Eyes of the World (Studio Version)
 
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Eyes of the World by the Grateful Dead. Off of their sixth album, Wake of the Flood, released in 1973.
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Grateful Dead - Box of Rain - Original Album Version (from American Beauty)
 
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I didn't see any clear, obvious versions of this song on Youtube, so I uploaded it! One of the best Grateful Dead songs ever (in my opinion), Box of Rain debuted on American Beauty, the Grateful Dead's 5th album, in 1970. The song, which was co-written by Bassist Phil Lesh and legendary songwriter Robert Hunter, was about Phil Lesh's father, who was dying of cancer at the time. Great, great song.
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1984-03-31 -  Grateful Dead Live at Marin County Veterans Auditorium
 
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https://archive.org/details/GratefulDead
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Grateful Dead 10-16-81 Melkweg Amsterdam Netherlands
 
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Setlist: On The Road Again Dire Wolf Monkey And The Engineer Bird Song Cassidy Oh Babe It Ain't No Lie The Race Is On Ripple Playing In The Band Hully Gully The Wheel Samson And Delilah Gloria Turn On Your Lovelight Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad Playing In The Band Black Peter Sugar Magnolia Video Source: Pascal Sloet Tot Everlo Sound: Marc Tromp Produced and edited by Pascal Sloet Tot Everlo Matrix Source: SBD transfer by Charlie Miller AUD recording by Michel the Belgian Deadhead Matrix by Hunter Seamons Video remastering by Hunter Seamons
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Grateful Dead - Throwing Stones (Studio Version)
 
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My favorite song on the album. Belongs to the Grateful Dead. WMG, don't be fucking cucks and delete this you asshats. This is my most viewed video. I swear to god I'll be pissed off.
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Grateful Dead - Scarlet Begonias (Studio Version)
 
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best song ever woof i like skiing
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The Grateful Dead - Estimated Prophet - 1977 - with lyrics
 
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Terrapin Station From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Terrapin Station is the ninth studio album by the Grateful Dead, and was originally released on July 27, 1977. This is the first Grateful Dead album on Arista Records after releasing other albums on its own Grateful Dead Records and their previous label, Warner Bros. According to Dennis McNally, Jerry Garcia conceived the idea for the song "Terrapin Station Part One" while driving across the Richmond–San Rafael Bridge. The album was released for the first time on CD in 1987 by Arista Records before being re-released in 2000 by BMG International. It was then remastered, expanded, and released as part of the Beyond Description (1973–1989) box set in October 2004 with studio outtakes and live songs. The remastered version was later released separately on CD on March 7, 2006 by Rhino Records The album incorporates a more symphonic sound bordering on progressive rock styles that were expressed earlier by progressive art rock groups like Yes and Genesis. This was considered by fans to be a major departure from the more jazz-blues and traditional folk styles used by the Grateful Dead earlier in their career, although these elements are still present here. The title track uses strings and a choir to evoke a tighter and more complex structure as opposed to their looser improvisational works. Horns are also employed extensively to "funk up" their sound. Reaction to the album was mixed as many fans thought that it was overproduced and not in keeping with the Grateful Dead's more unpolished free-form style, while others believe it to be their greatest musical achievement. The song "Lady with a Fan" was co-written by Robert Hunter and Jerry Garcia. Robert Hunter said of the song, "I wrote "Terrapin Part One" at a single sitting in an unfurnished house with a picture window overlooking San Francisco Bay during a flamboyant lightning storm. I typed the first thing that came into my mind at the top of the page, the title: Terrapin Station." "On the same day, driving to the city, Garcia was struck by a singular inspiration. He turned his car around and hurried home to set down some music that popped into his head, demanding immediate attention. When we met the next day, I showed him the words and he said, "I've got the music." They dovetailed perfectly and Terrapin edged into this dimension." The Grateful Dead played parts of "Terrapin Station Part 1", and the songs "Estimated Prophet" and "Samson and Delilah" in concert rotation until the end of their career, usually as part of the second set. "Terrapin Station Part 1" was never performed live in full. Recordings of live performances listed "Terrapin Station" generally refer to the first three parts of the song that appeared on the studio album, and were usually 10-15 minutes in length. It was played live some 302 times starting on February 26, 1977 at the Swing Auditorium in San Bernardino, California. The most complete performance, which includes parts of the sections 'Terrapin Transit', 'At a Siding' (without lyrics), and 'Terrapin Flyer' was performed on March 18, 1977 at Winterland Arena in San Francisco. This version was only played live once, and is incorrectly labeled as "Alhambra" and part of "Drums" on circulating copies of the show and the Internet Archive. A performance that skips the "Lady with a Fan" section and begins with the 'Terrapin Station' section and continues with the 'Terrapin' section of "Terrapin Station Part 1" was performed on May 22, 1977 at The Sportatorium in Pembroke Pines, Florida. A recording of this is available on Dick's Picks Volume 3. In the years since Jerry Garcia's death, bands featuring Bob Weir and Phil Lesh, including Ratdog, Phil and Friends, Furthur, and Dead & Company have performed the entire "Terrapin Station" suite. Track listing Side one 1."Estimated Prophet" (John Perry Barlow and Bob Weir) – 5:37 (lead singer: Bob Weir) 2."Dancin' in the Streets" (Marvin Gaye, Ivy Jo Hunter, and William "Mickey" Stevenson) – 3:16 (lead singers: The Grateful Dead) 3."Passenger" (Phil Lesh and Peter Monk) – 2:48 (lead singer: Bob Weir, Donna Godchaux) 4."Samson and Delilah" (Traditional) – 3:29 (lead singer: Bob Weir) 5."Sunrise" (Donna Godchaux) – 4:03 (lead singer: Donna Godchaux) Side two 6. "Terrapin Station Part 1" – 16:17 (lead singer: Jerry Garcia) •"Lady with a Fan" (Jerry Garcia and Robert Hunter) •"Terrapin Station" (Garcia and Hunter) •"Terrapin" (Garcia and Hunter) •"Terrapin Transit" (Mickey Hart and Bill Kreutzmann) •"At a Siding" (Hart and Hunter) •"Terrapin Flyer" (Hart and Kreutzmann) •"Refrain" (Garcia and Hunter) Personnel •Jerry Garcia – guitar, vocals •Donna Jean Godchaux – vocals •Keith Godchaux – keyboards, vocals •Mickey Hart – drums, percussion •Bill Kreutzmann – drums •Phil Lesh – bass guitar •Bob Weir – guitar, vocals
Views: 6831 Alberto França
Grateful Dead - If I Had The World To Give (Studio Version)
 
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If I Had The World To Give by the Grateful Dead. It's from their 1978 album, Shakedown Street. Uploaded by request of FrijolesKilla and Pyrotech8285 :)
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Grateful Dead - Touch of Gray (Studio Version)
 
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Touch of Gray by the Grateful Dead, a personal favorite of mine. from the album In the Dark The music in this video is not mine but belongs to their rightful owners.
Views: 67731 pyrotech8285
Grateful Dead - St. Stephen
 
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Garcia,Lesh,Hunter Lyrics: Saint stephen with a rose, in and out of the garden he goes, Country garden in the wind and the rain, Wherever he goes the people all complain. Stephen prospered in his time, well he may and he may decline. Did it matter, does it now? stephen would answer if he only knew how. Wishing well with a golden bell, bucket hanging clear to hell, Hell halfway twixt now and then, Stephen fill it up and lower down and lower down again. Lady finger, dipped in moonlight, writing what for? across the morning sky. Sunlight splatters, dawn with answer, darkness shrugs and bids the day good-bye. Speeding arrow, sharp and narrow, What a lot of fleeting matters you have spurned. Several seasons with their treasons, Wrap the babe in scarlet colors, call it your own. Did he doubt or did he try? answers aplenty in the bye and bye, Talk about your plenty, talk about your ills, One man gathers what another man spills. Saint stephen will remain, all hes lost he shall regain, Seashore washed by the suds and foam, Been here so long, hes got to calling it home. Fortune comes a crawlin, calliope woman, spinnin that curious sense of your own. Can you answer? yes I can. but what would be the answer to the answer man?
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Grateful Dead - Greatest Hits Vol 1 (FULL ALBUM - BEST '60 ROCK HITS -BEST '60 ROCK BAND)
 
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Grateful Dead - Greatest Hits Vol 1 (FULL ALBUM - BEST '60 ROCK HITS -BEST '60 ROCK BAND) 00:00 Tastebud 04:22 Death Don't Have No Mercy 09:42 Can't Come Down 12:42 Cold Rain And Snow 15:12 Dancing In The Street 23:34 Don't Ease Me In 25:36 I Know You Rider 28:21 In The Pines 33:16 It's All Over Now Baby Blue 38:23 Mindbender 41:08 Morning Dew 46:24 Smokestack Lightning 55:22 The Only Time Is Now 58:17 Who Do You Love 01:04:25 Good Morning Little School Girl 01:10:59 Blues Jam SUBSCRIBE to our Channel and listen to the Best Classics: http://bit.ly/2vhYDnZ FACEBOOK http://bit.ly/2hWS6qm GOOGLE+ http://bit.ly/2yJRRss Rock's longest, strangest trip, the Grateful Dead were the psychedelic era's most beloved musical ambassadors as well as its most enduring survivors, spreading their message of peace, love, and mind expansion across the globe throughout the better part of three decades. The roots of the Grateful Dead lie with singer/songwriter Jerry Garcia, a longtime bluegrass enthusiast who began playing the guitar at age 15. Upon relocating to Palo Alto, California, in 1960, he befriended Robert Hunter, whose lyrics later graced many of Garcia's most famous melodies; in time, he also came into contact with aspiring electronic music composer Phil Lesh. By 1962, Garcia was playing banjo in a variety of local folk and bluegrass outfits, two years later forming Mother McCree's Uptown Jug Champions with guitarist Bob Weir and keyboardist Ron "Pigpen" McKernan; in 1965, the group was renamed the Warlocks, their lineup by then including Lesh on bass as well as Bill Kreutzmann on drums. As 1967 mutated into the Summer of Love, the Dead emerged as one of the top draws on the Bay Area music scene, honing an eclectic repertoire influenced by folk, country, and the blues while regularly appearing at top local venues including the Fillmore Auditorium, the Avalon Ballroom, and the Carousel. After performing at the Monterey Pop Festival, the group expanded to a six-piece with the addition of second drummer Mickey Hart. Their follow-up, 1968's Anthem of the Sun, fared better in documenting the free-form jam aesthetic of their concerts, but after completing 1969's Aoxomoxoa, their penchant for time-consuming studio experimentation left them over 100,000 dollars in debt to the label. As more and more of their psychedelic-era contemporaries ceased to exist, the group continued attracting greater numbers of fans to their shows, many of them following the Dead across the country. The early '80s were a time of considerable upheaval for the Dead -- the Godchauxs had been dismissed from the lineup in 1979, with Keith dying in a car crash on July 23, 1980. (His replacement was keyboardist Brent Mydland.) After a pair of 1981 live LPs, Reckoning and Dead Set, the group released no new recordings until 1987, focusing instead on their touring schedule -- despite the dearth of new releases, the Dead continued selling out live dates, playing to audiences that spanned generations. As ever, the Dead themselves were also not immune to tragedy -- on July 26, 1990, Mydland suffered a fatal drug overdose, the third keyboardist in the group's history to perish; he was replaced not only by ex-Tubes keyboardist Vince Welnick but also by satellite member Bruce Hornsby, a longtime fan who frequently toured with the group. In the autumn of 1992, Garcia was again hospitalized with diabetes and an enlarged heart, forcing the Dead to postpone their upcoming tour until the year's end; he eventually returned to action looking more fit than he had in years. Still, few were surprised when it was announced on August 9, 1995, that Garcia had been found dead in his room at a substance abuse treatment facility in Forest Knolls, California; the 53-year-old's death was attributed to a heart attack. In 1996, Weir and Hart mounted the first Furthur Festival, a summer tour headlined by their respective bands RatDog and Mystery Box; in 1998, they also reunited with Lesh and Hornsby to tour as the Other Ones. Gods of Music - Sound Without Time! Soul - Jazz - Blues - Funk - Pop Listen to the Best Music of: Etta James, Billie Holiday, Bill Evans, Stevie Wonder, Ray Charles, Nina Simone, Muddy Waters, Django Reinhardt, Louis Armstrong, Miles Davis, James Brown, Chet Baker, Ella Fitzgerald, Nat King Cole, Duke Ellington, Elvis Presley, Count Basie, Herbie Hancock, Edith Piaf, Aretha Franklin, Charlie Parker, Lightnin' Hopkins, B.B. King, Thelonious Monk, Howlin' Wolf, Quincy Jones, Johnny Cash, Chuck Berry, Paul Anka, John Coltrane, John Lee Hooker, Coleman Hawkins, Robert Johnson, Dean Martin, Oscar Peterson, George Gershwin, Frank Sinatra, Hank Williams, Benny Goodman, Art Tatum, Joe Turner, Bing Crosby, Dave Brubeck, Mahalia Jackson, Fats Domino, Marvin Gaye, Bud Powell, Sonny Rollins, Tony Bennett... and many others!
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grateful dead - Big River - Steal Your Face (Remastered)
 
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Songs Music grateful dead - Big River - Steal Your Face (Remastered)
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Genesis - Ripples
 
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Bluegirls come in every size Some are wise and some otherwise, They got pretty blue eyes. For an hour a man may change For an hour her face looks strange - Looks strange, looks strange. Marching to the promised land Where the honey flows and takes you by the hand, Pulls you down on your knees, While you're down a pool appears. The face in the water looks up, And she shakes her head as if to say That it's the last time you'll look like today. Sail away, away Ripples never come back. Gone to the other side. Sail away, away. The face that launched a thousand ships Is sinking fast, that happens you know, The water gets below. Seems not very long ago Lovelier she was than any that I know. Angels never know it's time To close the book and gracefully decline, The song has found a tale. My, what a jealous pool is she. The face in the water looks up She shakes her head as if to say That the bluegirls have all gone away. Sail away, away Ripples never come back. They've gone to the other side. Look into the pool, Ripples never come back, Dive to the bottom and go to the top To see where they have gone Oh, they've gone to the other side... Sail away, away Ripples never come back. They've Gone to the other side. Look into the pool, The ripples never come back, come back, Dive to the bottom and go to the top To see where they have gone They've gone to the other side Ripples never come back Sail away, away
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You Win Again-Grateful Dead (Europe '72)
 
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I don't own any of the content shown. Thought someone should finally upload this!!
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Grateful Dead - 08 - Mexicali Blues (Lyrics) Studio Version
 
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All rights reserved to WMG 1974 Laid back in an old saloon, with a peso in my hand, Watchin flies and children on the street, And I catch a glimpse of black-eyed girls who giggle when I smile, There's a little boy who wants to shine my feet. And it's three days ride from bakersfield and I don't know why I came. I guess I came to keep from payin dues. So instead Ive got a bottle and a girl whos just fourteen, And a damn good case of the mexicali blues. yeh! Is there anything a man don't stand to lose, When the devil wants to take it all away? Cherish well your thoughts, and keep a tight grip on your booze, Cause thinkin and drinkin are all I have today. She said her name was billy jean and she was fresh in town. I didn't know a stage line ran from hell. She had raven hair, a ruffled dress, a necklace made of gold, All the french perfume you'd care to smell. She took me up into her room and whispered in my ear, Go on, my friend, do anything you choose. Now Im payin for those happy hours I spent there in her arms, With a lifetimes worth of the mexicali blues. Is there anything a man don't stand to lose, When the devil wants to take it all away? Cherish well your thoughts, and keep a tight grip on your booze Cause thinkin and drinkin are all I have today. And then a man rode into town, some thought he was the law. Billy jean was waitin when he came. She told me he would take her, if I didn't use my gun, Id have no one but myself to blame. I went down to those dusty streets, blood was on my mind. I guess that stranger hadnt heard the news Cause I shot first and killed him, lord, he didn't even draw And he made me trade the gallows for the mexicali blues. Is there anything a man don't stand to lose When he lets a woman hold him in her hands? He just might find himself out there on horseback in the dark Just ridin and runnin across those desert sands.
Views: 187935 J. Sala
Grateful Dead - Looks Like Rain (Europe 72)
 
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"Looks Like Rain" (John Perry Barlow and Weir) Awoke today, felt your side of the bed; The covers were still warm where you been layin'. You were gone, oh gone, my heart was filled with dread; You might not be sleeping here again. But it's alright cause I love you, and that's not going to change. Run me around and make me hurt again and again. But I'll still sing you love songs, written in the letters of your name. The rain is gonna come, oh it surely looks like rain Did you ever waken to the sound of street cats making love? You guess from the cries you were listening to a fight. Well you know, oh know, haste is the last thing they're thinking of. You know they're only tryin' to make it thru the night. I only want to hold you, I don't want to tie you down Or fit you in the lines I might've drawn. It's just that I, oh I, have gotten used to havin' you around. The landscape would be empty, if you were gone; But it's alright cause I love you, and that's not going to change. Run me around and make me hurt again and again. But I'll still sing you love songs, written in the letter of your name. The rain is gonna come, oh it surely looks like rain.
Uncle John's Band (Grateful Dead) Mandolin Cover Lesson in G with Chords/Lyrics
 
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Slightly Simplified (Believe it or not....) REAL KEY: This is the real key of G Major.... CHART AT : https://www.pinterest.com/pin/461267186829874168/ ....CHORD CHART LESSON WITH GUITAR INSTRUCTION AT : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G9aZ8-OJijA ...MUNSON BRIGADE SHOUTOUT! ....This video brought to you in part by the "Munson Brigade" via https://www.patreon.com/MunsonMusicLive ... Many thanks to Ann DiBenedetto, Vermell Vain, Rich C, Brett, Will Sword, JPH, Arlene Krassner, Jeanette Adams, Norman Emery,Leopoldo del Castillo-Olivares, Tree of Broken Hearts, Jim in Chicago, Gemma L. Salt, Sophia Peaslee, Kurt Friedrich, Kris Mayer, Paula David Gautreau and Rhonda Markham!!!..... Munson Music Merchandise available at http://www.cafepress.com/munsonmusic ....
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Arrowhead - Weed Lord (Desert Cult Ritual) | Ripple Music
 
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From Arrowhead's album "Desert Cult Ritual" on Ripple Music, available on Vinyl & Digital 10/21/16, on CD 11/4/16. Originally released digital-only in March of 2015 to high praise, Australia's Arrowhead have been signed to Ripple Music to release this album to the world on physical formats as well as a digital re-release. Purchase: http://ripplemusic.bigcartel.com/products Arrowhead on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ArrowheadHeavyRock/?fref=ts Arrowhead on Bandcamp: https://arrowheadrock.bandcamp.com/ Ripple Music on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theripplemusic/?fref=ts Ripple Music on Bandcamp: https://ripplemusic.bandcamp.com/ Ripple Music Home: http://www.ripple-music.com/ Ripple Music on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/user/ripple-music
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Grateful Dead Dane County Coliseum, Madison, WI 12/3/81 Complete Show
 
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Grateful Dead December 3, 1981 Dane County Coliseum Madison, WI Brokedown House Production Taped by Anon Provided by David Minor Capture & Synch & Author by Kevin Tobin Set 1 Jack Straw They Love Each Other Me & My Uncle } Big River Loser CC Rider Althea Beat It On Down The Line Cassidy Deep Elem Blues I Need A Miracle } Bertha Set 2 Scarlet Begonias } Fire On The Mountain Estimated Prophet He's Gone } Drums } Space } Spanish Jam } Truckin' } Black Peter } Around & Around } Johnny B. Goode Encore: It's All Over Now Baby Blue Jerry Garcia - Guitar Bob Weir - Guitar Brent Mydland - Keyboards Phil Lesh - Bass Bill Kreutzmann - Drums Mickey Hart - Drums Video: AUD (Tripod) } Low Gen VHS Transfer: VHS 1st Gen } JVC SR-V10U VCR } Digital Time Base Corrector AVT-8710 } Canopus DVStorm-RT } VirtualDub 1.6.10 } MPEG2 } TMPGEnc MPEG Editor 2.0 } TTMPGEnc Authoring Works 5 } Bluray [NTSC, 4:3, 8.0 Mbs, 720x480, 29.97 fps] Audio Track 1: SBD SBD (shnid =108335) Recording Info: SBD -} Cassette Master -} Reel -} Dat (48k) Transfer Info: Dat (Sony R500) -} Sound devices 744T -} Samplitude Professional v11.03 -} FLAC (3 Discs Audio / 2 Discs FLAC) All Transfers and Mastering By Charlie Miller [email protected] June 11, 2010 Patch Info: Nakamichi 300 -} Cassette Master -} SHN (shnid=6143) supplies: Jack Straw (0:00 - 0:27) Loser (6:01 - 6:17) Estimated Prophet (6:58 - 7:12) Black Peter (9:17 - 9:31) Notes: -- Set 2 is seamless -- Thanks to Rob Eaton for lending me his Dats [LPCM, 1.5Mbs, 16 Bit, 48 kHz]
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Touch Of Grey (Long Version)- Grateful Dead (Vinyl Restoration)
 
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From The Album: In The Dark Recorded 24bit/48khz
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Grateful Dead - Mama Tried
 
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Lyrics: The first I remember knowin' was that lonesome whistle blowin' And a youngin's dream of growin' up to ride. On a freight train leavin' town, not knowin' where I was bound No one could steer me right, but mama tried. Was the only rebel child from a family meek and mild Mama seemed to know what lay in store In spite of all my sunday learnin' For the bad I kept on turnin' and mama couldn't hold me anymore. And I turned 21 in prison, doin' life without parole No one could steer me right, but mama tried, mama tried Mama tried to raise me better, but her pleadin' I denied That leaves no one but me to blame cause mama tried. Dear old daddy rest his soul, left my mom a heavy load She tried so very hard to fill his shoes Workin' hours without rest, wanted me to have the best Oh she tried to raise me right, but I refused. And I turned 21 in prison, doin' life without parole No one could steer me right, but mama tried, mama tried Mama tried to raise me better, but her pleadin' I denied That leaves no one but me to blame cause mama tried.
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grateful dead - One More Saturday Night - Skeletons From The
 
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Songs Music grateful dead - One More Saturday Night - Skeletons From The Closet
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Touch Of Gray , Grateful Dead , 1987 Vinyl 45RPM
 
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Written by by Jerry Garcia & Robert Hunter and recorded by the Grateful Dead. Released as a single in 1987 from the album "In the Dark", reaching #9 on the Hot 100 and #1 on the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart. "Touch of Grey" is the band's only recording to ever reach the Top 40 chart. music video, by the Grateful Dead. The single and its video (the first one ever) introduced the Grateful Dead to a new group of fans, resulting in the band gaining additional mainstream attention.
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Throwing Stones by the Grateful Dead ~ RockBand DLC 05/18, Expert Drums/Bass 100% SR FC
 
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DLC Release 05/18/2010 ~ Grateful Dead Pack 03 Throwing Stones is the 6th track from In the Dark, the twelfth studio album by the Grateful Dead. It was recorded between January 6 and 13, 1987 and originally released on July 6, 1987. In the Dark was the band's first album in six years, and its first studio album since 1980's Go to Heaven. It became unexpectedly popular. The peppy "Touch of Grey" became a top-ten hit on the Billboard Hot 100, the highest ranking the band would ever achieve, and a frequently played music video on MTV. "Hell in a Bucket" and "Throwing Stones" also achieved significant album-oriented rock radio airplay. The album itself reached the top ten of the Billboard 200 album chart, again the highest ranking the group would ever have. Most of the songs on this album had been played by the Dead since 1982 or 1983, which gave them a five-year edge on perfecting these songs for this album. After the critically panned Go to Heaven, which contained songs that were mostly under a year old, the maturity of In The Dark was significantly more appreciated. In the Dark was released on CD in 1987 by Arista Records before being rereleased in 2000 by BMG International. It was then remastered, expanded, and released with new cover art as part of the Beyond Description (1973-1989) 12-CD box set in October 2004. The remastered version was later released separately on CD, on April 11, 2006, by Rhino Records. Genre: Classic Rock ●●○○○ Band ●●●○○ Guitar ●●●○○ Drums ●●●●○ Vocals ●●●○○ Bass Drums: ProffessorJoe Pretty challenging, lots of notes and interesting patterns. Overall very enjoyable to play. Bass: RJUCPU Awesome. Can't say much about the tiering, I personally didn't find any of these difficult (and much easier than the first pack) but they were all fun to play and definitely no boring bass songs here. Definitely a must have. This third pack lives up to the earlier releases in every aspect in my opinion. Beat It On Down The Line probably my favorite one of the pack as far as playability but they were all great.
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Culture ~ Althea (Grateful Dead Cover)
 
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This version of the Grateful Dead song Althea is covered by the reggae band Culture. Fire On The Mountain - Reggae Celebrates The Grateful Dead: Volume 2 is the title of the CD Support the artist and purchase the CD or download
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