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Grateful Dead - Spring 1990 (The Other One) [23 CD Limited Edition Hi-Res Remastering Box Set] (2014)

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Grateful Dead - Spring 1990 (The Other One) [23 CD Limited Edition Hi-Res Remastering Box Set] (2014)

Artist: Grateful Dead
Title Of Album: Spring 1990 (The Other One)
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Rhino Records
Country: United States
Genre: Rock, Blues Rock, Folk Rock, Jam Rock, Psychedelic Rock
Quality: Mp3 / FLAC (tracks)
Bitrate: 320kbps / Lossless [44.1kHz/16bit / 96kHz/24bit / 192kHz/24bit]
Time: 20:24:12
Full Size: 2.87 gb / 7.28 gb / 25.44 gb / 46.75 gb
WebSite: wikipedia

"If every concert tells a tale, then every tour writes an epic. Spring 1990 felt that way: an epic with more than its share of genius and drama, brilliance and tension. And that is why the rest of the music of that tour deserves this release, why the rest of those stories need to be heard." - Nicholas G. Meriwether

Some consider Spring 1990 the last great Grateful Dead tour. That it may be. In spite of outside difficulties and downsides, nothing could deter the Grateful Dead from crafting lightness from darkness. They were overwhelmingly triumphant in doing what they came to do, what they did best — forging powerful explorations in music. Yes, it was the music that would propel their legacy further, young fans joining the ranks with veteran Dead Heads, Jerry wondering "where do they keep coming from?" — a sentiment that still rings true today, a sentiment that offers up another opportunity for an exceptional release from a tour that serves as transcendental chapter in the Grateful Dead masterpiece.

With Spring 1990 (The Other One), you'll have the chance to explore another eight complete shows from this chapter, the band elevating their game to deliver inspired performances of concert staples (“Tennessee Jed” and “Sugar Magnolia”), exceptional covers (Dylan’s “When I Paint My Masterpiece” and the band’s last performance of the Beatles’ “Revolution”) and rare gems (the first “Loose Lucy” in 16 years) as well as many songs from Built To Last, which had been released the previous fall and would become the Dead’s final studio album. Also among the eight is one of the most sought-after shows in the Dead canon: the March, 29, 1990 show at Nassau Coliseum, where Grammy®-winning saxophonist Branford Marsalis sat in with the group. The entire second set is one continuous highlight, especially the breathtaking version of “Dark Star.”

March 14, 1990 – Capital Centre, Landover, Maryland
March 18, 1990 – Hartford Civic Center, Hartford, Connecticut
March 21, 1990 – Copps Coliseum, Hamilton, Ontario
March 25, 1990 – Knickerbocker Arena, Albany, New York
March 28, 1990 – Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, New York
March 29, 1990 – Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, New York
April 1, 1990 – The Omni, Atlanta, Georgia
April 3, 1990 – The Omni, Atlanta, Georgia

Jerry Garcia – guitar, vocals
Mickey Hart – drums
Bill Kreutzmann – drums
Phil Lesh – electric bass, vocals
Brent Mydland – keyboards, vocals
Bob Weir – guitar, vocals

Additional musicians
Branford Marsalis – saxophone

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