Dylan & The Dead - Dylan & The Dead FLAC album
Title: Dylan & The Dead
Style: Folk Rock, Psychedelic Rock
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Dylan & the Dead is a collaborative live album by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan and the Grateful Dead, released on February 6, 1989 by Columbia Records. The album consists of seven songs written and sung by Dylan, with the Grateful Dead providing accompaniment. The album was produced by Jerry Garcia and John Cutler. Dylan & the Dead was recorded in 1987, during a successful stadium tour of the same name, that featured the two artists performing separately and together
Yet there’s evidence that Dylan and the Dead had a good thing going, intermittently anyway. The Dead’s elastic rhythms are well suited to the shuffle beat of Dylan’s ’79 sermonettes Slow Train and Gotta Serve Somebody. Dylan’s spit ‘n’ snarl vocals notwithstanding, both songs have an unexpected warmth that recalls Truckin' more than fire and brimstone. The Dylan-Dead tour was a historic collaboration certainly worth recording for posterity. Dylan & the Dead, though, makes you wonder what the fuss was about. You really had to be there. This is a story from the February 23, 1989 issue of Rolling Stone. In This Article: Bob Dylan, The Grateful Dead. Want more Rolling Stone?
Music B1: Ram's Horn Music, Jacelope B3: Ram's Horn Music Greatful Dead Office : Eileen Law, Janet Knudsen, Sue Stephens, Mary Jo Meinolf, Maruska Nelson, Annette Flowers, Basia Raizene, Diane Geoppo, Nancy Mallonee. Rights Society: BIEM/STEMRA. Matrix, Runout (Side A & B label): OC 45056. Matrix, Runout (Side A label): 01-463381-20-1.
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dylan clothing for women, dylan dreyer Dylan & the Dead is a collaborative live album by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan and the Grateful Dead, released on February 6, 1989 by Columbia Records The album consists of seven songs written and sung by Dylan, with the Grateful Dead providing accompaniment The album was produced by Jerry Garcia and John Cutler
Quite possibly the worst album by either Bob Dylan or the Grateful Dead, the live Dylan & the Dead completely squanders its promise. Working from an intriguing selection of songs - it includes staples like "Knockin' on Heaven's Door" and more obscure gems like "Joey" - the Dead and Dylan contribute listless, meandering versions that are simply boring. Both artists have done much better - reportedly they have done better together, according to various bootleg fans - but Dylan & the Dead is a sad, disheartening document.
Dylan And The Dead Released 01/18/1988. Produced By Jerry Garcia and John Cutler. Engineered by John Cutler and Guy Charbonneau. Additional Engineers - Gary Hedden, David Roberts, Peter Miller, Billy Rothschild, Chris Wiskes. Digital Mastering - Joe Gastwirt Concert Sound - Dan Healy Grateful Dead Crew - Ram Rod, Bill Candelario, Steve Parish, Harry Popick, Robbie Taylor, Billy Grillo, Bob Bralove Lighting Designer - Mike Fischer Album Coordination/Tour Manager - Cameron Sears Legal Counsel - Hal Kant
The following year, Dylan and the Dead did it again. Most of the set lists consisted of the singer-songwriter playing his classics while the veteran jam band provided backing muscle. I Want You," "All Along the Watchtower," "Knockin' on Heaven's Door" and "Slow Train" (which netted some rock-radio airplay) are among the LP's seven cuts. Watch Dylan and the Dead Perform 'Slow Train'. But the record, like many of the shows Dylan and the Dead played together, was a major snoozer.
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