Choosing and justifying a list of essential Grateful Dead shows — 20, , or even 2, — is treacherous work. Passionate challenge from fans, especially hardcore Deadheads and veteran tape traders, is guaranteed. Endless debate over set-list minutiae is inevitable. In fact, there is only one definitive list of the Dead’s greatest concerts — and.
"Wake of The Flood" continues the Dead's psychedelic folk-rock, with the team of Jerry Garcia and Robert Hunter locking up five of the disc's seven numbers, Keith joins Hunter for "Let Me Sing Your Blues Away" and Bob Weir delivers the epic "Weather Report Suite," one /5().
Pop in the clutch, let the wheels roll free, Not a cloud in the sky, such a sunny day, Push in the button, let the top ten play. Come on honey, let me sing 'em away, Come on honey, let me sing 'em away, Oh, honey, let me sing your blues away. Give me a little of that old .
The Grateful Dead debuted "Weather Report Suite Pt. 1" and "Let Me Sing Your Blues Away" during a show at Nassau Coliseum on this day in
Released in on WAKE OF THE FLOOD, "Let Me Sing Your Blues Away" is the sole Keith Godchaux/Robert Hunter collaboration. The song was only performed live six times but what a beauty it is. Backed with "Here Comes Sunshine," this one - the last in our 7" series - features the delicate artwork of Yuko Shimizu.
The Grateful Dead was a rock band that formed in in San Francisco, California, United States from the remnants of another band, "Mother McCree's Uptown Jug Champions," The Grateful Dead were known for their unique and eclectic songwriting style which fused elements of rock, folk music, bluegrass, blues, country, and jazz, and also for live performances of long modal jams.
Bask in the glory that is Wake of the Flood with this incredible g LP pressing. Get your collectible copy by ordering from Music Direct today! Grateful Dead Wake of the Flood Track Listing: 1. "Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo" (Hunter, Garcia) – 2. "Let Me Sing Your Blues Away" (Hunter, Godchaux) – 3.
Two singles were released in conjunction with this LP; Let Me Sing Your Blues Away / Here Comes Sunshine, Grateful Dead, , Grateful Dead 01 Eyes Of The World / Weather Report Suite Part 1, Grateful Dead, , Grateful Dead 02 Wake Of The Flood was repackaged together with From The Mars Hotel as a double LP;.
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