» » Grateful Dead - Greetings From The Living Dead

Grateful Dead - Greetings From The Living Dead mp3 album

  • Performer: Grateful Dead
  • Title: Greetings From The Living Dead
  • Genre: Rock
  • Released: 1988
  • Style: Psychedelic Rock, Classic Rock
  • MP3 album: 1481 mb
  • FLAC album: 1398 mb
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 721
Grateful Dead - Greetings From The Living Dead mp3 album

The Grateful Dead is the debut album of the Grateful Dead. It was released by Warner Bros. Records in March 1967. According to the biographies of both bassist Phil Lesh and drummer Bill Kreutzmann, the band released the album as San Francisco's Grateful Dead. The album was primarily recorded at RCA's Studio A, in Los Angeles, in only four days. The band had wanted to record the tracks in their hometown of San Francisco, but no recording studios in the area had modernized equipment at the time

Labels Rhino Records Grateful Dead Records. Estilo de MúsicaPsychedelic Rock. Membros têm este álbum2.

Grateful Dead is an album by rock band the Grateful Dead. Released in October 1971 on Warner Bros. Records, it is their second live double album. Although published without a title, it is generally known by the names Skull and Roses (due to its iconic cover art) and Skull Fuck (the name the band originally wanted to give to the album, which was rejected by the record company).

Box Of Rain's return to the live repertoire in 1986 after a 13 year absence was one of the most welcome re-births of a Dead song. Since its March 20, 1986 return in Hampton, VA, Box Of Rain was a song that could appear anywhere in the show, sometimes opening the second set (as it does here), sometimes an encore, occasionally ending a first set, random middle of the first set placement, and even an occasional show-opener. Box Of Rain would be the last song the Grateful Dead ever played.

The Grateful Dead (1967) - 7. Anthem of the Sun (1968) - 7,5. Aoxomoxoa (1969) - 7. Live, Dead (1969) - 8. Workingman's Dead (1970) - 7,5. American Beauty (1970) - 7,5. Grateful Dead (1971) - 7,5. Europe '72 (1972) - 8. Wake of the Flood (1973) - 7,5. From the Mars Hotel (1974) - 7,5. Blues for Allah (1975) - 7,5. Steal Your Face (1976) - . Lloyd Cole (& the Commotions).

The debut album from the Dead took shape in only four days.

This is the Dead's first live album release and their best. Released in 1969, this album was meant to capture the energy of The Grateful Dead onstage, which is truly amazing. This album features some dead classics such as "Dark Star", "St. Stephen", and their fabulous cover of "Turn On Your Love Light". In my opinion the only other Grateful Dead Live album that rivals this one is Skull & Roses. There were countdowns in San Francisco from the last time that Dark Star was played in their town. Anyway, the song starts with that ever so classic riff and leads into the great ambient vocals that make the song even better. The Jam on this song is very interesting, the famous lead guitar just kind of weaves you in and out of the song.

Blues For Allah by The Grateful Dead. From The Mars Hotel by The Grateful Dead. Go To Heaven by The Grateful Dead. Reckoning by The Grateful Dead. Wake Of The Flood by The Grateful Dead. View all albums . Live/Dead.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Viola Lee Blues
Written-By – Noah Lewis
2 Big Boss Man
Written-By – Smith*, Dixon*
3 Sitting On Top Of The World
Written-By – Carter*, Jacobs*
4 Dancing In The Street
Written-By – Hunter*, Gaye*, Stevenson*
5 I Know You Rider
Written-By – Trad.*
6 He Was A Friend Of Mine
Written-By – Trad.*
7 Hey Little One
Written-By – Devorzon*, Burnette*
8 I'm A Hog For You Baby
Written-By – Leiber/Stoller*
9 You Don't Have To Ask
Written By – Miller
10 Cold Rain And Snow Part One
Written-By – McGannahan/Skjellyfetti*
11 You Lied And Cheated
Written-By – Parker*
12 Me And My Uncle
Written-By – John Philips*
13 Cold Rain And Snow Part Two
Written-By – McGannahan/Skjellyfetti*
14 Instrumental
Written-By – Grateful Dead*


  • Bass – Phil Lesh
  • Drums – Bill Kreutzmann
  • Keyboards – Ron „Pig Pen” McKernan*
  • Rhythm Guitar, Vocals – Bob Weir
  • Vocals, Guitar – Jerry Garcia


Recorded live in San Francisco, March 1966 (Track 1-6)
and in Los Angeles, January 1966 (Track 7-14)
℗ 1988 Living Legend Records

Track 9 is wrongly credited to writer "Miller" instead of Grateful Dead.
Track 11 is wrongly called "You Lied And Cheated", but is in fact "Next Time You See Me" written by Little Junior Parker.
Reviews about Grateful Dead - Greetings From The Living Dead (1):
I have most of all Living Legend original Releases in my collection. please ask for information. [email protected]

Related to Grateful Dead - Greetings From The Living Dead albums: