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2011 Rhino label reissue of 1967 debut album. Features 'Good Morning Little Schoolgirl' & 'Viola Lee Blues'


Lista de canciones:
Disco 1
1. The Golden Road (To Unlimited Devotion)
2. Beat It On Down The Line
3. Good Morning Little School Girl
4. Cold Rain And Snow
5. Sitting On Top Of The World
6. Cream Puff War

Disco 2
1. Morning Dew
2. New New Minglewood Blues
3. Viola Lee Blues

Detalles del producto

  • Disco de vinilo (3 de octubre de 2011)
  • Número de discos: 1
  • Sello: Rhino (Warner)
  • ASIN: B005BDZLP0
  • Disponible también en: CD de audio  |  Casete de audio  |  Disco de vinilo  |  Música MP3
  • Valoración media de los clientes: 3.5 de un máximo de 5 estrellas  Ver todas las opiniones (2 opiniones de clientes)
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Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
gran calidad en la grabación de estos remasters donde se expone la semilla de lo que vendrá más adelante en el grupo. Interesantísimos los bonus tracks en directo, por no decir imprescindibles.
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Este primer fisco de los Dead me ha decepcionado un poco.Tiene unas cuantas canciones malas,y algunas que dejan entrever lo que será el futuro de la banda,mismamente a partir del segundo disco.
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Historical record 10 de mayo de 2016
Por Jens Jensen - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
The value of this old recording is more historical than anything else. The sound quality is not great, and the band was really not yet ready for a major-label release in 1967. (To a certain degree, the same could be said for their follow-up, "Anthem of the Sun," though that one has some spectacular jams on it.) I bought this album on vinyl when it first came out and listened to it quite a bit, mainly because they were so different from and more interesting than any other band at the time. A couple of years earlier (about 1965), I saw them one afternoon jamming/practicing in the gym at College of Marin, playing a few of the songs that eventually made it onto this album. The music attracted a smattering of students, who wandered in (and out) during the long jams. In those days, jam was something you put on bread, and more than a few people were put off by the lengthy improvisations. Bands generally played 2- to 3-minute songs; 4 minutes was considered long. Then, around 1968 I saw Grateful Dead play at the Fillmore in San Francisco. It was a revelation. I've always loved their studio albums but, as any fan knows, live Dead is always a unique experience. I've never been a Deadhead, but did see them live again a couple of times in the late '70s and early '80s. In fact, I hadn't even gone to see the Dead that first time...I wanted to see Love play, but it turned out they weren't nearly as good as the Dead. Anyway, I wouldn't recommend this album to anyone looking for a quality recording. It is mostly for those who need to have all of the Dead's music or are simply curious about what they sounded like at the beginning. Also, the best songs here have been played live many times and much better over the years. Two early live albums I like a lot are "Europe '72" and especially "Europe '72 Vol. 2."
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Grateful Dead 30 de julio de 2013
Por J. Avila - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This is the "first album" by the Grateful Dead. Phil Lesh, Jerry Garcia, Bob Weir, Bill "the Drummer" Kreutsman, and Ron McKernan, "Pigpen". I hope I have spelled the names right. I first heard this album on AM Radio around 1967. KIRV 1510 AM in Fresno, Ca. Why is this important? Back in the 1960's and 1970's radio was great. AM and FM. There was much music to hear. This is a very important recording. I downloaded it. I used to have the record, I wore it out. If you notice the songs, many are the bands versions of what they liked to play the best. Good Morning Little School Girl, Sitting on Top of the World are very old blues and folk/bluegrass songs. My faverite song is Cold Rain, and Snow. I just can not get enough of that song. To me, this was one of the most important recordings made. While it was the "First" for the band, it would be very popular today. The whole band is great. I love the harmonica, organ, and lead guitar playing.
Don't forget the bass and super clean drums as well. Good music, and they don't make them this way anymore.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A relic, but a really cool relic... 7 de mayo de 2010
Por mark in ann arbor - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
Warner Brothers really didn't know what they had gotten themselves into when they signed the Grateful Dead in 1966. RCA had signed the Airplane, the Dead seemed really popular, and Warners didn't want to be left in the dust, so they hastily signed the wierdest group of hipsters, flipsters and tripsters to ever grace their hallowed corporate halls.

The band chose Dave Hassinger to produce their debut because he was the engineer on all those great Stones tracks they cut in Hollywood in '65/'66 like "Satisfaction," "Get Off of My Cloud," etc. Overall, I think he did a decent job of recording them. But capturing the Dead's special brand of magic would prove elusive in the studio, and most Deadheads would agree that the only real Dead was live Dead.

Still, there were those studio highlights along the way, and their debut is one of them. It has to be taken on its own terms, though--not unfairly held up to some fondly recalled Dead show decades ago. This was pretty much played live, apparently after the ingestion of a lot of ritalin they had gotten their hands on, which gave the whole thing a speedy, jangly, decidedly un-Deadlike, edge. Except for "Viola Lee Blues," as another reviewer noted--that one, to me, captures a brief snippet of the true S.F. jamming spirit. There's a little bit of room for everybody to groove, and the band jells nicely together. A fitting closer to one of '67's overlooked gems.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Like old school garage rock? 25 de diciembre de 2013
Por bradley j anderson - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Disco de vinilo Compra verificada
If you like that old school sound but have only been introduced by The Grateful Dead through a live tape or what the radio plays then this is the record for you. I like to surprise my punk rock friends whom hate the Dead with this. They are like " whoa dude...who is this!?? And I am all like " it's the Dead" and then they are like "nuhuh" and I go "yuhuuuh!" And then they are like" I didn't know the dead were good like this" and then they go buy the record. True story.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Grateful and alive 22 de diciembre de 2009
Por Rock `N' Roll Grandpa - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
In the fall of 1967, I was a college freshman (I know I'm dating myself, but, given it was also the autumn of my first heartbreak, I actually really did date myself!) I spent an inordinate amount of time listening to my meager record collection --- The Blues Project's Projections, J.A.'s Surrealistic Pillow, Moby Grape's intro album, Cream's Fresh Cream, The Amboy Dukes, and this album---Grateful Dead's freshman offering. While all of this wonderful music has a special place in my heart, I've come to be especially attached to The Grateful Dead. From the first Pigpenny organ trill of The Golden Road to the climax of Viola Lee Blues, this album was the one I could count on to always cheer me up. For the record (or C.D.), American Beauty is my favorite Dead studio album, this first one is a very close second. As another reviewer notes, the quality of the vocal performances (as with the Dead's live shows) leaves a great deal to be desired, I can't imagine any song being any different than it is. My favorites: Morning Dew (yes, I know they later slowed down the song's tempo, but I like the upbeat version just fine, The Golden Road, and Good Morning Little Schoolgirl). And, at Amazon's price---you can't
buy music this good at twice that anymore! My son has also taking a liking to the CD and Jerry Garcia's rolling guitar licks...

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