jerry garcia

Grateful Dead : Spring 1990: So Glad You Made It

Carefully compiled and co-produced by chief archivist David Lemieux (who contributes an essay of fond remembrance), So Glad You Made It displays the same impeccable logic as its companion piece culled from 2011’s Europe '72: The Complete Recordings.

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Tour Dates: Game Of Thrones

While we certainly don’t pretend to be experts on the world of hip-hop around these part, we undoubtedly had to sit up and take notice when two of the biggest

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BG: Smile Finally To Be Released

In the pantheon on great “lost” albums, the Beach Boys‘ Smile, may be the most sought after by fans. The album was intended be the follow up to the band’s

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Jerry Garcia Acoustic Band: Almost Acoustic/Ragged But Right

There’s a beautiful logic to Jerry Garcia’s rediscovery of his roots in these late Eighties recordings that belies Sandy Rothman’s casual tone in writing “The Definitive History” of The Jerry Garcia Acoustic Band.  The initial recording Almost Acoustic hasn’t been available for over two decades, but now newly remastered, it’s easy to hear where Garcia learned the precision that informed his guitar (and pedal steel) work with the Dead and JGB. No sequel was ever released until recent archiving exhumed a collection of live tracks, Ragged But Right, that display the same collective joie de vivre as its predecessor.

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