Grateful Dead - Music

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Music from the first five (5) Grateful Dead studio albums

E.  Michael Harrington (emh2625)
Grateful Dead - Uncle John's Band (Studio Version) - from the Dead's 4th studio album, Workingman's Dead, the album in which the Dead's country influences (Jerry Garcia, steel guitar especially) and CSN&Y-influenced harmony vocals are apparent throughout.

Grateful Dead - Uncle John's Band (Studio Version)

Uncle John's Band by the Grateful Dead. From their fourth studio album, Workingman's Dead released in 1970. Enjoy!

The Grateful Dead - Casey Jones (Studio Version) - - from the Dead's 4th studio album, Workingman's Dead, the album in which the Dead's country influences (Jerry Garcia, steel guitar especially) and CSN&Y-influenced harmony vocals are apparent throughout.

The Grateful Dead - Casey Jones (Studio Version)

From the album " The Very Best of The Grateful Dead ", originally from the 1970 album "Working Man's Dead".

Grateful Dead - The Golden Road (To Unlimited Devotion)

Grateful Dead - The Golden Road (To Unlimited Devotion)

(WMG owns this not me) (Lyrics) See that girl, barefootin' along, Whistlin' and singin', she's a carryin' on. There's laughing in her eyes, dancing in her fe...

Grateful Dead - Cumberland Blues (Studio Version) - - from the Dead's 4th studio album, Workingman's Dead, the album in which the Dead's country influences (Jerry Garcia, steel guitar and banjo) and CSN&Y-influenced harmony vocals are apparent throughout.

Grateful Dead - Cumberland Blues (Studio Version)

Cumberland Blues by the Grateful Dead from their 1969 studio album, Workingman's Dead. Uploaded by request of TheOldfozz

The Grateful Dead - China Cat Sunflower

The Grateful Dead - China cat Sunflower

The video I did for one of my favorite songs of the Grateful Dead Aoxomoxoa Lyrics: Look for a while at the China Cat sunflower, Proud walking jingle in the ...

The Grateful Dead - Dire Wolf - - from the Dead's 4th studio album, Workingman's Dead, the album in which the Dead's country influences (Jerry Garcia, steel guitar especially) and CSN&Y-influenced harmony vocals are apparent throughout.

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Grateful Dead - New Speedway Boogie (Studio Version) "Please don't dominate the rap, Jack..." refers to Mick Jagger. The song is about the killing at the Altamont Speedway.  From the Dead's 4th studio album, Workingman's Dead.

Grateful Dead - New Speedway Boogie (Studio Version)

New Speedway Boogie by the Grateful Dead from their 1969 studio album, Workingman's Dead. Uploaded by request of MrChinaCatSunflower

Grateful Dead - Mountains Of The Moon - "Aoxomoxoa"  Harpsichord prominently in the music of The Grateful Dead.

grateful dead - Mountains Of The Moon - Aoxomoxoa

Genesis | George Harrison grateful dead - Mountains Of The Moon - Aoxomoxoa

Grateful Dead - That's It For The Other One.  To me this composition/recording and side 1 of "Anthem" is where The Grateful Dead really begins.  Fantastic combination of live and studio recordings squeezed into 7+ minutes.

Grateful Dead - That's It For The Other One

As long as I couldn't find a studio version, I decided to upload this great piece of music history. This is the first track called "That's It For The Other O...

Grateful Dead - St. Stephen - the opening track of their 3rd studio album, "Aoxomoxoa"

grateful dead - St. Stephen - Aoxomoxoa

Genesis | George Harrison grateful dead - St. Stephen - Aoxomoxoa

Grateful Dead - Rosemary -  Aoxomoxoa.  This was the first time I heard a voice through a Leslie speaker.  Wicked cool in 1969!

Grateful Dead Rosemary 1969

Sung By Garcia. ALL CREDITS TO THE GRATEFUL DEAD!

Grateful Dead - Sitting on Top of the World (compare this to Howlin' Wolf's version!)

Sitting on Top of the World - Grateful Dead

Song: Sitting on Top of the World, Grateful Dead Copyright: WMG