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Grateful Dead - Stanley Theatre (Dick's Picks Vol.11) (1998) 320 + (LOSSLESS)

20-01-2015, 07:39
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Grateful Dead -  Stanley Theatre (Dick's Picks Vol.11) (1998) 320 + (LOSSLESS)

Artist: Grateful Dead
Title Of Album: Dick's Picks, Vol. 11: Stanley Theatre, Jersey City, NJ, 9/27/72
Year Of Release: 1998
Label: Grateful Dead Records
Genre: Blues, Folk Rock, Country Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Free Improvisation
Quality: 320 kbps | FLAC (tracks, cue) log, scans
Tracks: 25
Total Time: 03:16:59
Total Size: 0.99 Gb | 451 MB

01. Grateful Dead - Morning Dew (12:38)
02. Grateful Dead - Beat it on Down the Line (03:34)
03. Grateful Dead - Friend of the Devil (04:06)
04. Grateful Dead - Black-Throated Wind (06:52)
05. Grateful Dead - Tennessee Jed (08:08)
06. Grateful Dead - Mexicali Blues (03:39)
07. Grateful Dead - Bird Song (11:46)
08. Grateful Dead - Big River (04:51)
09. Grateful Dead - Brokedown Palace (05:59)
10. Grateful Dead - El Paso (04:42)

01. Grateful Dead - China Cat Sunflower (07:25)
02. Grateful Dead - I Know You Rider (05:26)
03. Grateful Dead - Playing In The Band (16:14)
04. Grateful Dead - He's Gone (13:30)
05. Grateful Dead - Me And My Uncle (03:38)
06. Grateful Dead - Deal (04:51)
07. Grateful Dead - Greatest Story Ever Told (05:29)
08. Grateful Dead - Ramble On Rose (06:28)

01. Grateful Dead - Dark Star (30:49)
02. Grateful Dead - Cumberland Blues (06:56)
03. Grateful Dead - Attics of My Life (05:11)
04. Grateful Dead - Promised Land (03:04)
05. Grateful Dead - Uncle John's Band (08:43)
06. Grateful Dead - Casey Jones (07:29)
07. Grateful Dead - Around and Around (05:18)

Out on the road without Pigpen, their original spiritual leader who was well on his way to death by drink, the Dead moved into a new phase in the fall of 1972. Piano player Keith Godcheaux gave them a more melodic, grounded sound, which was especially beneficial on the newer Amerciana-type material they'd unveil, but also gave them a jazzier feel on their freer explorations as well. This tight New Jersey concert treads similar ground to the Europe '72 collection (minus the Pigpen tunes), an "official" album that had been recorded earlier that year but hadn't yet been released. A few oddities distinguish this show. The dramatic ballad "Morning Dew," usually a second-set climax, starts the proceedings here, followed soon after by an electric reading of "Friend of the Devil" that's taken at the faster "acoustic" pace. What's more, they open the second set with "He's Gone," another particularly mellow set opener. There are also a number of tunes from the solo albums released earlier that year (a ripping "Deal" and a probing "Bird Song" from Garcia, plus more than half of the songs on Bob Weir's Ace, which was really a Dead album anyway). The second set in particular offers a number of highlights, peaking in the last hour with a snaking, sparkling, ebbing-and-flowing 30-minute "Dark Star," which magically morphs into an explosive "Cumberland Blues." They then move through a pretty, poignant "Attics of My Life," and end with a pair of roaring Chuck Berry tunes sandwiching a pair of beloved Dead classics, including a steamrolling "Casey Jones." A worthy alternative to Europe '72 and even stronger at times. --Marc Greilsamer

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