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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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Grateful Dead - Ripple - 10/31/80 - Radio City Music Hall (OFFICIAL)
 
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Grateful Dead - Ripple Recorded Live: 10/31/1980 - Radio City Music Hall (New York, NY) More Grateful Dead at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com/ Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF
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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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Grateful Dead - Ripple - 10/29/80 - Radio City Music Hall (OFFICIAL)
 
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Grateful Dead - Ripple Recorded Live: 10/29/1980 - Radio City Music Hall (New York, NY) More Grateful Dead at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com/ Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF
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Post 599/1000 Ripple by The Grateful Dead
 
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I pulled some info from Wikipedia: "Ripple" is the sixth song on the Grateful Dead album American Beauty. It was released as the B-side to the single "Truckin'".[2] 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 half a bottle of retsina in the process [3]). The song debuted August 18, 1970 at Fillmore West in San Francisco. Jerry Garcia wrote the music to this song.[4] Several lines throughout the song have been compared to the 23rd Psalm of the Bible. Technical details[edit] Key: G Time signature: 4/4 Chords used: G, D, C, A, Am The signature lines in this song were played by mandolin player David Grisman. Cover versions[edit] Cover versions have been recorded by Chris Hillman, Jane's Addiction (on Deadicated), The New Riders of the Purple Sage, Jimmie Dale Gilmore, Rick Danko, Dar Williams, Built to Spill, Sally's Fiddle Boys, The McLovins. and The Walkmen. In July 2015, a collaborative cover version featuring multiple musicians from around the world was produced by Playing For Change ("a movement created to inspire and connect the world through music"). In popular culture[edit] A number of essays have been written analyzing and annotating this song.[4] The song is featured at the end of the last episode of the TV show Freaks and Geeks, entitled "Discos and Dragons", and in the episode of My Name Is Earl entitled "Creative Writing". The 1985 drama film Mask starring Cher and Eric Stoltz featured this song.[5] The song also appears at the ending scene of the 4th episode ('Acid Tests') of the TV series 'Taken' by Steven Spielberg, and is mentioned in the Stephen King and Peter Straub novel Black House. Lyrics: If my words did glow with the gold of sunshine And my tunes were played on the harp unstrung Would you hear my voice come through the music Would you hold it near as it were your own? It's a hand-me-down, the thoughts are broken Perhaps they're better left unsung I don't know, don't really care Let there be songs to fill the air Ripple in still water When there is no pebble tossed Nor wind to blow Reach out your hand if your cup be empty If your cup is full may it be again Let it be known there is a fountain That was not made by the hands of men There is a road, no simple highway Between the dawn and the dark of night And if you go no one may follow That path is for your steps alone Ripple in still water When there is no pebble tossed Nor wind to blow You who choose to lead must follow But if you fall you fall alone If you should stand then who's to guide you? If I knew the way I would take you home Our website: MagicalThinking.us Facebook: Facebook.com/magicalthinkingcommunitypage/ Twitter: Twitter.com/magical_thinkng Instagram: Instagram.com/magical_thinking_tour/
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Grateful Dead - Ripple - American beauty - 1970 - HQ
 
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Grateful Dead – Ripple - American Beauty - 1970 From the album: American Beauty Info about Grateful Dead https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grateful_Dead#Discography More info about the album: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Beauty_(album) Fan video as a tribute to the Grateful Dead
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The Grateful Dead  - Ripple ( Acoustic Cover ) American Beauty album Track
 
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Learning this off YT'r Kevin Moore. He does it in two parts and here's a link to part 1 : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eh6YmZBwg8M wiki: "Ripple" is the sixth song on the Grateful Dead 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 half a bottle of retsina in the process [3]). The song debuted August 18, 1970 at Fillmore West in San Francisco. Jerry Garcia wrote the music to this song.[4] Several lines throughout the song have been compared to the 23rd Psalm of the Bible. Key: G Time signature: 4/4 Chords used: G, D, C, A, Am The signature lines in this song were played by mandolin player David Grisman. In Popular culture: A number of essays have been written analyzing and annotating this song. The song is featured at the end of the last episode of the TV show Freaks and Geeks, entitled "Discos and Dragons", and in the episode of My Name Is Earl entitled "Creative Writing". The 1985 drama film Mask starring Cher and Eric Stoltz featured this song. The song is mentioned in the Stephen King and Peter Straub novel Black House.
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The Grateful Dead Alpine Valley Deadheads
 
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Help us caption and translate this video on Amara.org: http://www.amara.org/en/v/B1qg/ Excerpt from the television show "The 90's." In "Love on $14," Steve Martini and James McCarthy spend three days at Alpine Valley Amphitheater in East Troy, Wisconsin interviewing Deadheads like Jeffrey Lotus Heart about their dedication to the Grateful Dead. You can watch the full episode here: http://mediaburn.org/Video-Preview.128.0.html?&uid=774 Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/B1qg/
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[Wikipedia] Ripple (song)
 
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"Ripple" is the sixth song on the Grateful Dead album American Beauty. It was released as the B-side to the single "Truckin'". https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ripple_(song) Please support this channel and help me upload more videos. Become one of my Patreons at https://www.patreon.com/user?u=3823907
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Grateful Dead - Box of Rain
 
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According to Wikipedia: "Box of Rain" is a song by the Grateful Dead, from their 1970 album American Beauty. The song was composed by bassist Phil Lesh and lyricist Robert Hunter, and sung by Lesh. In later years, the song was a favorite and the crowd would shout "Let Phil sing!" to hear the song.[1] Lyrics: Look out of any window, any morning, any evening, any day. *Maybe the sun is shining, birds are winging, Though rain is falling from a heavy sky. What do you want me to do, to do for you to see you through? For this is all a dream we dreamed one afternoon, long ago. Walk out of any doorway, feel your way, feel your way like the day before. Maybe you'll find direction, Around some corner where it's been waiting to meet you. What do you want me to do, to watch for you while you are sleeping? Then please don't be surprised when you find me dreaming too. Look into any eyes you find by you, you can see clear to another day, Maybe been seen before, through other eyes on other days while going home. What do you want me to do, to do for you to see you through? It's all a dream we dreamed one afternoon, long ago. Walk into splintered sunlight, Inch your way through dead dreams to another land. Maybe you're tired and broken, Your tongue is twisted with words half spoken and thoughts unclear What do you want me to do, to do for you to see you through? A box of rain will ease the pain, and love will see you through. Just a box of rain, wind and water, *believe it if you need it, if you don't just pass it on Sun and shower, wind and rain, In and out the window like a moth before a flame. And it's just a box of rain, I don't know who put it there, Believe it if you need it, or leave it if you dare. And it's just a box of rain, or a ribbon for your hair; Such a long long time to be gone, and a short time to be there.
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The Story of "Truckin" by The Grateful Dead
 
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Story about the song "Truckin' " by The Grateful Dead interviews by Bob Weir, Robert Hunter and more....
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Grateful Dead LSD Story: Jerry Garcia's funny acid story.
 
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Jerry Garcia tells a funny story about inadvertently consuming a large dose of acid before a concert at the Fillmore in the late 1960s. Editor's note: the date of the concert Jerry is talking about is (most likely) 11/7-8/1969, or 12/19-21/1969.
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Ripple
 
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Performed by Michael Weintraub with Eryn Eubanks during Eryn’s music jam at the Acoustic Coffeehouse in the Bible Deliverance Temple in Augusta, GA March 14, 2015. “Ripple” is a song by the Grateful Dead; lyrics by band member Robert Hunter and music by band leader Jerry Garcia. From Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia. Note: I do not own the rights to this song. No copyright infringement is intended; this is for entertainment and educational purposes only.
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12-string Guitar: Ripple (Including lyrics and chords)
 
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Yesterday I received another request from KennysDoomJr6 for yet another song I have not heard before, The Grateful Dead's song Ripple. To be honest, I have heard of the group, but their name gives the impression of being the type of group that sings songs that are not of a genre that I would like, so I have not listened to them before. This one however has changed my mind so I will have to look up more of their songs in future. The timing in this one is slightly unusual, so I hope I have managed to make a fair fist of it. Wikipedia has to following about the song: 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 half a 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 have been compared to the 23rd Psalm of the Bible. http://bit.ly/1aKkBv9 If you're looking to improve the way you play the Guitar you NEED to see this! PS I have recently produced an eBook containing 50 songs (first volume hopefully provided it sells) which can be seen and purchased by following this link: http://store.blurb.com/ebooks/316519-50-songs-from-the-threelegsoman-collection
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Aoxomoxoa - Original Mix - 1969
 
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Aoxomoxoa is the third studio album by the Grateful Dead. It was originally titled Earthquake Country. It is also the first album with Tom Constanten as an official member of the band. (From Wikipedia) The group had already initiated recording sessions for the album when Ampex manufactured and released the first 16-track multitrack recording machine. It offered 16 discrete tracks for recording and playback (model number MM-1000). This doubled the number of tracks available when they recorded Anthem of the Sun the previous year. As a direct consequence, the band spent eight months off-and-on in the studio not only recording the album but getting used to—and experimenting with—the new technology. Garcia commented that "it was our first adventure with sixteen-track and we tended to put too much on everything...A lot of the music was just lost in the mix, a lot of what was really there". As a result, Garcia and Lesh went back in the studio in 1971 to remix the album, removing whole sections of songs, including a choir singing on "Mountains of the Moon", an a cappella ending on Doin' that Rag, and a great deal of sounds difficult to identify on "What's Become of the Baby". The result, with the same catalog number, WS1790, but with much of the original's experimental character removed, can be identified by the legend on the back cover that reads, "Remixed September, 1971".
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Grateful Dead - Shakedown Street (Studio Version)
 
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Shakedown Street by the Grateful Dead. It's from their 1978 album, Shakedown Street. Uploaded by request of FrijolesKilla
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Grateful Dead - Sugar Magnolia (Studio Version)
 
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Sugar Magnolia by the Grateful Dead from the studio album American Beauty. Uploaded by request of herbplummer.
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Grateful Dead - Sunrise
 
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Lyrics: Gazing at the fire, burning by the water Before he speaks the world around us quiets. With eyes as sharp as arrows and turning to the fire He clears the air and cuts it with a feather. Many in a circle slowly 'round the fire When he is gone I want to know him better. No one is forsaken, no one is a liar, He plants the tree of life on our foreheads with water. He hums, there are drums, four winds, rising suns, We are singing and playing, I her him saying. I remember breezes from winds inside your body keep me high, like I told you, I'll sing to them this story and know why.
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Grateful Dead - Hell in a Bucket (Music Video)
 
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Hell in a Bucket music video by the Grateful Dead released in 1987 on the album In the Dark.
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Grateful Dead - Brokedown Palace (Studio Version)
 
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Brokedown Palace by the Grateful Dead off of their 5th studio album, American Beauty.
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Grateful Dead - Fare Thee Well 50th Anniversary Show Announcement
 
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You're watching the official announcement video for the Grateful Dead 50th Anniversary Fare Thee Well concerts in July 2015. To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Grateful Dead, Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann, Phil Lesh, and Bob Weir reunited at Chicago's Soldier Field, nearly 20 years to the day from the last Grateful Dead concert, which took place at the same venue. “Fare Thee Well: Celebrating 50 Years of Grateful Dead" occured over three nights on July 3, 4, and 5, 2015, marking the original members' last-ever performance together. The band was joined by Trey Anastasio (guitar), Jeff Chimenti (keyboards), and Bruce Hornsby (piano). The group will performed two sets of music each night. In the tradition of the original Grateful Dead Ticketing Mail Order, tickets were made available via a first-come, first-served mail order system. More info here http://www.Dead50.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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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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Grateful Dead - Peggy O - 6-26-94
 
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Grateful Dead - An amazing moment in time captured in Las Vegas in 1994. This one is all Jerry, frail yet strong and full of emotion. In my opinion, the solo alone is possibly one of the most poetic of Jerry's later years.
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Grateful Dead - Uncle John's Band (Studio Version)
 
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Uncle John's Band by the Grateful Dead. From their fourth studio album, Workingman's Dead released in 1970. Enjoy!
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Grateful Dead - Estimated Prophet / Shakedown St. /  Fire On The Mt / Sugar Magnolia (OFFICIAL)
 
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Grateful Dead - Estimated Prophet / Shakedown Street / Ollin Arrageed (with Hamza El Din) / Drums / Space / Fire On The Mountain / Sugar Magnolia Recorded Live: 11/24/1978 - Capitol Theatre (Passaic, NJ) More Grateful Dead at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com/ Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF
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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
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Grateful Dead - Box Of Rain - Legendado [PT BR]
 
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Live At RFK Stadium, Washington DC - 07/12/1990 Box of Rain is a song by the Grateful Dead, from their 1970 album American Beauty. The song was composed by bassist Phil Lesh and lyricist Robert Hunter, and sung by Lesh. In later years, the song was a favorite and the crowd would shout "Let Phil sing!" to hear the song. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Box_of_Rain
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Grateful Dead - Scarlet Begonias
 
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TURN ON CC's for the lyrics! Subscribe & check out the new official release soundboard recording of this show. Visit www.dead.net http://www.dead.net/store/1970s/cornell-5877-5-lp?intcmp=home/bigbanner1 Use of the cover art in this video complies with fair use under United States copyright law. As musical cover art, the image is not replaceable by free content; any other image that shows the packaging of the music would also be copyrighted, and any version that is not true to the original would be inadequate for identification or commentary. This music recording is covered by fair use. This music is for purposes of being criticized or for educational purposes. This recording is not part of any album or commercially released product. Visit deadandcompany.com for tour info and tickets! These guy are amazing right now! 05/08/77 As I was walkin' 'round Grosvenor Square Not a chill to the winter but a nip to the air, From the other direction, she was calling my eye, It could be an illusion, but I might as well try, might as well try. She had rings on her fingers and bells on her shoes. And I knew without askin' she was into the blues. She wore scarlet begonias tucked into her curls, I knew right away she was not like other girls, other girls. In the thick of the evening when the dealing got rough, She was too pat to open and too cool to bluff. As I picked up my matches and was closing the door, I had one of those flashes I'd been there before, been there before. Well, I ain't often right but I've never been wrong. Seldom turns out the way it does in a song. Once in a while you get shown the light In the strangest of places if you look at it right. Well there ain't nothing wrong with the way she moves, Scarlet begonias or a touch of the blues. And there's nothing wrong with the look that's in her eyes, I had to learn the hard way to let her pass by, let her pass by The wind in the willow's playin' "Tea for Two"; The sky was yellow and the sun was blue, Strangers stoppin' strangers just to shake their hand, Everybody's playin' in the heart of gold band, heart of gold band.
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Terrapin Station - The Complete Song - Studio version - Grateful Dead
 
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I have since uploaded a better Quality version of this song ((WITH LYRICS)) in it's full length of over 16 minutes. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GAIvo6QkOgc I was limited to 15 minute videos when I uploaded this.Sorry if you fell duped but it was the best that could be done at the time. The essence of this great song is still there I reckon.
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Grateful Dead - Dear Mr. Fantasy
 
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Oakland Stadium - Oakland, CA (07/24/1987). Dear Mr. Fantasy is a rock song by Traffic from their 1967 album, Mr. Fantasy. An extended live version of the song also appears on the 1971 Traffic album Welcome to the Canteen. The lyrics were written by Jim Capaldi, while the music was written by Steve Winwood and Chris Wood. The song has been covered by The Grateful Dead, Jimi Hendrix, Big Sugar and by Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young. Crosby, Stills, and Nash added two new verses to their version's lyrics: Each time you choose to sing the rock & roll blues, you take everybody's loneliness with you. What do you lose each time you face down a room? All of us see our changes through you. So sing of the ocean of tears you have sailed, Strangers and lovers that took you. All of us sang, and all of us failed. In one way we don't ever hear you. Steve Winwood played an 8-minute and 13 second version on stage at Eric Clapton's 2007 Crossroads Guitar Festival and the song appears on the festival DVD. The song was on the setlist of Steve Winwood and Eric Clapton's joint tour in 2009. A live recording appears on the album Live from Madison Square Garden. As a solo act with a backing band, Dave Mason has performed the song live, himself covering duties of lead vocal, guitar and harmonica. In addition the song was performed on multiple occasions throughout the 1980s by the Grateful Dead with keyboardist Brent Mydland on vocals. Phil Lesh and Friends, Gov't Mule and Widespread Panic occasionally cover the song. It also appeared on The Live Adventures of Mike Bloomfield and Al Kooper in 1969, where its chord progression morphed into "Hey Jude". This segue into "Hey Jude" also frequently appeared in the versions performed by the Grateful Dead and related bands. The song was covered by the American hard rock band Tesla on the album Real to Reel (2007). The Chicano rock band Los Lobos has played the song live, segueing into it from one of their own compositions. In the "Adventures in Babysitting" episode of Supernatural, the song plays at the end. David Bowie was inspired by the chorus of this song enough to record a very similar vocal for the verses of "The Supermen" from his album "The Man Who Sold The World". https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dear_Mr._Fantasy
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Grateful Dead - Stella Blue (Studio Version)
 
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Stella Blue by the Grateful Dead from their album, Wake of the Flood. I don't know who the people are in this film. It's somebody's home movie from the 1970s. I don't know what year exactly.
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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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Ripple
 
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An introduction to Ripple. A free and open source monetary system that routes payments through networks of trust. To use ripple: https://ripplepay.com/ Wiki: http://ripple-project.org/ 10 mb/s. Highest of 3.
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Grateful Dead - U.S. Blues (Studio Version)
 
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U.S. Blues by the Grateful Dead from their 1974 studio album, The Grateful Dead From The Mars Hotel. The first part of the video is a short film I found called "200." It was made to be some sort of trippy propaganda in 1975 and was put out by the US Gov't Information Agency for the bicentennial. Vincent Collins did the animations for that video. I put the rest at the end together. Happy 4th of July, my friends! ~Sara
Views: 429378 LongStrangeTrip710
Grateful Dead - To Lay Me Down (American Beauty demo)
 
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from the boxset So Many Roads http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/So_Many_Roads_%281965%E2%80%931995%29 http://www.deaddisc.com/disc/So_Many_Roads.htm
Views: 16184 fred166
Bob Weir - Cassidy (Studio Version)
 
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Cassidy from Bobby Weir's studio album, Ace. Enjoy! Uploaded by request of bendbadgersteve and vedas7317
Views: 64791 LongStrangeTrip710
Grateful Dead Live At Met Center Minnesota 1989--History Of Concerts At Venue
 
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Fan Produced Video---I Do Not Hold Copyright-Not To Be Used For Commercial Purposes.-For Your Enjoyment And Historical Purposes Only. This is a recording of two songs from The Grateful Dead's Final (of four appearances from 1969-1989) at The Met Sport Center In Bloomington Minnesota. This was recorded April 17,1989. A History of all concert appearances from that venue during it's existence and attendance figures are showcased as well. "The Met Center was an indoor arena that stood in Bloomington, Minnesota, United States, a suburb of Minneapolis. The arena, which was completed in 1967 by Minnesota Ice, just to the north of Metropolitan Stadium, seated 15,000. It was best known as the home of the Minnesota North Stars of the National Hockey League (NHL) from 1967 to 1993. For its first 15 years, its official name was the Metropolitan Sports Center; the more familiar shorter name was adopted in 1982." From Wikipedia
Views: 566 Neal Bond
Grateful Dead - Truckin' 1972
 
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1972
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Grateful Dead - Hell In A Bucket - 06-26-94
 
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Grateful Dead - Show opener for the Sunday show in Las Vegas June 26, 1994. Rippin' version.
Views: 399872 A Very Grateful Dad
Grateful Dead Uncle John's band 19 10 1974
 
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Grateful Dead Uncle John's band Winterland 19 octobre 1974
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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
Views: 4019434 unreality6794
Robert Hunter - Rum Runners
 
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From the album "Tales of the Great Rum Runners" by Robert Hunter, who wrote many of the Grateful Dead's lyrics.
Views: 39832 Funky Monkey
Grateful Dead Touch Of Grey Video (Good Quality)
 
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This is the Greatful Dead Video of Touch of Grey. From their "In the Dark" Good video Quality
Views: 819686 mpd2l17
Grateful Dead - Walking The Dog
 
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11.11.85
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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
Views: 50246 J4nLife
Hesitation Blues (Garcia & Grisman)
 
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An old-timey gem hidden at the end of the (magnificent) album "Shady Grove". Buy the whole album! http://www.amazon.com/Shady-Grove/dp/B000S5C72G/ Other versions: http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Ddigital-music&field-keywords=hesitation+blues The song: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hesitation_Blues
Views: 25605 Aeschylus
Amazing Grace ☮ Jerry Garcia
 
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In Loving Memory of Jerry Garcia (August 1, 1942 -- August 9, 1995). Acoustic version by Jerry Garcia, David Grisman and Tony Rice, Feb. 1993; from the "Pizza Tapes"....
Views: 136332 chasefukuoka61
Jerry Garcia - Sugaree (Studio Version)
 
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Sugaree by Jerry Garcia from his 1972 studio album, Garcia. I used parts of a 1942 video made by John Ferno and Joseph Losey titled, "A Child Went Forth." It shows some kids having fun at summer camp. Here is the original 20-minute film: http://www.archive.org/details/ChildWen1942 It made me smile. Uploaded by request of lagunaflyguy
Views: 134095 LongStrangeTrip710
Grateful Dead
 
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Fillmore West closing
Views: 4457 Bill Hathaway