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Pop - Released November 6, 2012 | Grateful Dead - Rhino

Hi-Res Distinctions The Qobuz Ideal Discography - Hi-Res Audio
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Pop - Released October 30, 2001 | Grateful Dead - Rhino

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Pop - Released June 1, 1970 | Rhino - Warner Bros.

Distinctions The Qobuz Ideal Discography
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Pop - Released July 13, 2018 | Grateful Dead - Rhino

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50 years ago, the psychedelic movement emerged, hairs started growing at will, organic food was topical and fashion trends in the United States were in no way controlled by Chanel or the others. Right in the midst of this movement, there was Grateful Dead. Proper hippies with electric guitars, soaked in hallucinogenic drugs, blossoming in an exuberant counterculture, and whose cornerstone was a psychedelic mix of musical genres. Blues, rock, country and sixties pop, a proper hotchpotch that hasn’t gone any bad in half a century. The Dead are still partying and releasing a remastered version of Anthem Of The Sun (50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition), their second album from 1968. The one that introduced their second drummer Mickey Hart. At that time, the band featured Jerry Garcia, Bob Weir, Ron McKernan, Phil Lesh and Bill Kreutzmann. The album includes two versions of the original Anthem of the Sun, with titles from 1968 as well as better-known mixes from 1961, remastered by David Glasser. It’s a rather rare occurrence for an album to combine several studio and live recordings of each song. It is without a doubt Grateful Dead’s most interesting and exciting work to listen to. With some titles exceeding the ten-minute mark, recording medleys and a previously unreleased recording of their concert at Winterland on October 22nd, 1967, this album truly feels like a landmark. New Potato Caboose, It Hurts Me Too, That's It For The Other One, the versions are clearly different. Bill Kreutzmann described the album with these words: “It was easily our most experimental record, it was ground-breaking in its time and it remains a psychedelic listening experience to this day.” A whole era is brought back to life and we’d love to be back 50 years to witness the spectacle of Grateful Dead on stage. © Anna Coluthe/Qobuz
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Pop - Released October 7, 2016 | Grateful Dead - Rhino

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Pop - Released January 26, 2018 | Grateful Dead - Rhino

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The four albums gathered here were released by the band's own label, Grateful Dead Records: Wake of the Flood (1973), From the Mars Hotel (1974), Blues for Allah (1975) and the much-maligned live compilation, Steal Your Face (1976). The three studio albums, even if they suggest songs really different from what they have become later, are enjoyable. This is the album "live" that benefits most from the remastering, which it well deserved.
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Pop - Released July 26, 2013 | Grateful Dead - Rhino

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Pop - Released March 23, 2018 | Grateful Dead - Rhino

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Pop - Released March 23, 2018 | Grateful Dead - Rhino

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Pop - Released January 14, 2014 | Grateful Dead - Rhino

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Pop - Released May 5, 2017 | Grateful Dead - Rhino

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Pop - Released August 31, 2004 | Rhino - Warner Bros.

The Grateful Dead commemorated their first extended European tour with an extravagant triple-LP set appropriately enough titled Europe '72. This collection is fashioned in much the same way as their previous release -- which had also been a live multi-disc affair. The band mixes a bevy of new material -- such as "Ramble on Rose," "Jack Straw," "Tennessee Jed," "Brown-Eyed Woman," and "He's Gone" -- with revisitations of back-catalog favorites. Among them are "China Cat Sunflower" -- which was now indelibly linked to the longtime Dead cover "I Know You Rider" -- as well as "Cumberland Blues," "Truckin'," "Sugar Magnolia," and "Morning Dew." With the additional album the band was able to again incorporate some of their exceedingly stretched-out instrumental improvisations -- titled "Epilogue" and "Prelude" here. Since their last outing, the group had expanded to include the husband-and-wife team of Keith Godchaux (keyboards) and Donna Jean Godchaux (vocals). Sadly, this European jaunt would be the last of its kind to include the formidable talents and soul of founding member Ron "Pigpen" McKernan (organ/mouth harp/vocals), who was in increasingly fragile health. Although few in number, his contributions to Europe '72 are among the most commanding not only of this release, but of his career. ~ Lindsay Planer
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Pop - Released September 7, 2018 | Grateful Dead - Rhino

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Pop - Released October 30, 2001 | Rhino - Warner Bros.

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Pop - Released January 20, 2017 | Grateful Dead - Rhino

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Rock - Released July 29, 2013 | Grateful Dead - Rhino

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Rock - Released July 29, 2013 | Rhino - Warner Bros.

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Pop - Released July 29, 2013 | Grateful Dead - Rhino

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Pop - Released September 7, 2018 | Grateful Dead - Rhino

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Pop - Released October 7, 2016 | Grateful Dead - Rhino

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