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Grateful Dead - One from the Vault album mp3
Folk-Rock,Jam Bands,Psychedelic/Garage,Album Rock,Country-Rock
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    Grateful Dead
  • Title:
    One from the Vault
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  • Style:
    Folk-Rock,Jam Bands,Psychedelic/Garage,Album Rock,Country-Rock
  • Date of release:
    April 15, 1991
  • Recording date:
    August 13, 1975
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    1502 megabytes
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    1559 megabytes
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    1552 megabytes
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View from the Vault, Volume One, sometimes known simply as View from the Vault, is the first release in a series of DVDs and companion soundtracks by the Grateful Dead known as "View from the Vault". The audio is taken from the soundboard and the video from the video screens at the concerts. The first volume was recorded and filmed at Three Rivers Stadium in Pittsburgh on July 8, 1990 with bonus material recorded two days earlier at Cardinal Stadium, Louisville.

This album was originally recorded on August 13, 1975 at The Great American Music Hall in San Francisco, CA. matrix numbers (stamped): 106 DMF 3752 A-2 106 DMF 3752 B-1 C 106 DMF 3753 A-1 C 106 DMF 3753 B-1 C 106 DMF 3754 A-1 C 106 DMF 3754 B-1 C.

THE GRATEFUL DEAD - One from the Vault, Limited 3LP BLACK VINYL Tri-Fold Jacket Condition: New. Time left: 1d 23h 1m 45s. Ships to: Worldwide. Grateful Dead One From The Vault 8/13/75 Great American Music Hall New Sealed Condition: Brand New. Time left: 2d 3h 11m 3s. The best album by Grateful Dead is American Beauty which is ranked number 258 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 10,904. Grateful Dead album bestography. Higher ranked (11,390th) This album (11,776th) Lower ranked (13,808th) Two From The Vault One From The Vault Cornell 5/8/77. Members who like this album also like: Two From The Vault by Grateful Dead, Bee Thousand by Guided By Voices and Solo Piano by Philip Glass.

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One from the Vault is a live album by the Grateful Dead, recorded on August 13, 1975 at the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco, California, and re. Live at the Cow Palace. Three from the Vault. Winterland 1973: The Complete Recordings. Rocking the Cradle: Egypt 1978. Crimson White & Indigo. Formerly the Warlocks.

All the great songs and lyrics from the "One from the Vault" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. The Grateful Dead was an American rock band formed in 1965 in Palo Alto, California. The band was known for its unique and eclectic style, which fused elements of rock, folk, bluegrass, blues, reggae, country, improvisational jazz, psychedelia, and space rock, and for live performances of long mus. ore . Year: 1991.

Now, a vintage classic Dead show from 1971 adds to this incredible canon with the release of Three From The Vault. The title is all the more extraordinary because it picks up on an ambitious series of superior sounding live releases remixed from the original multi-track master tapes that the band and their archivists launched in '91 with One From The Vault and Two From The Vault. The intent was to release Three immediately afterwards, but it was shelved until now, when it makes its official debut in astonishing HDCD sound  . Hey why would anyone spend hard earned dollars on ANOTHER Grateful Dead album? I must have thirty of them so why spend precious dollars to hear songs I heard back in 1971? Here are the reasons "why" I love this album. 1) It's a different mix than the usual GD. Healy mixed it.


John Perry Barlow - Composer
Chuck Berry - Composer
Johnny Cash - Composer
Jerry Garcia - Composer, Guitar, Vocals
Donna Jean Godchaux - Composer, Vocals
Keith Godchaux - Composer, Keyboards, Vocals
Grateful Dead - Arranger, Primary Artist
Timothy Harris - Art Direction
Mickey Hart - Composer, Percussion
Dan Healy - Liner Notes, Producer
Wally Heider - Remote Recording Coordinator
Robert Hunter - Composer, Lyre, Lyricist
Bill Kreutzmann - Composer, Drums, Percussion
Phil Lesh - Bass, Composer, Vocals
Jeffrey Norman - Engineer
Don Pearson - Engineer, Liner Notes
Rob Taylor - Engineer
Traditional - Composer
Bob Weir - Composer, Guitar, Vocals
Zacherie - Composer

Track List - Disc 1

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Introduction Zacherie Grateful Dead 0:46
2 Help on the Way/Slipknot! Jerry Garcia / Keith Godchaux / Robert Hunter / Bill Kreutzmann / Phil Lesh / Bob Weir Grateful Dead 7:52
3 Franklin's Tower Jerry Garcia / Robert Hunter / Bill Kreutzmann Grateful Dead 6:58
4 The Music Never Stopped John Perry Barlow / Bob Weir Grateful Dead 5:28
5 It Must Have Been the Roses Robert Hunter Grateful Dead 5:05
6 Eyes of the World/Drums Jerry Garcia / Robert Hunter Grateful Dead 14:31
7 King Solomon's Marbles/Stronger Than Dirt (Or, Milkin' the Turkey) Jerry Garcia / Mickey Hart / Robert Hunter / Bill Kreutzmann / Phil Lesh Grateful Dead 6:36
8 Around and Around Chuck Berry Grateful Dead 5:59

Track List - Disc 2

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Sugaree Jerry Garcia / Robert Hunter Grateful Dead 7:55
2 Big River Johnny Cash Grateful Dead 4:50
3 Crazy Fingers/Drums Jerry Garcia / Robert Hunter Grateful Dead 13:08
4 The Other One Bill Kreutzmann / Bob Weir Grateful Dead 5:32
5 Sage and Spirit Bob Weir Grateful Dead 3:22
6 Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad Traditional Grateful Dead 7:14
7 U.S. Blues Jerry Garcia / Robert Hunter Grateful Dead 5:30
8 Blues for Allah/Sand Castles & Glass Camels/Unusual Occurances in ... Jerry Garcia / Donna Jean Godchaux / Keith Godchaux / Mickey Hart / Robert Hunter / Bill Kreutzmann / Phil Lesh / Bob Weir Grateful Dead 21:01

The Dead Are Their Own Genre Let’s face it. The Grateful Dead are their own genre. Their own cottage industry. There is nothing like them. I didn’t always know this. I used to lump them in with all these other jam bands my stoner friends and surfing buddies would listen to back in the early 90s when jam bands were having a renaissance. I mean the Spin doctors were popular solely because they were Jam Band lite. A poppified version of the jam bands that were all the rage back then. So funny that jam bands now make almost no appearance of anyone’s list from 1991 now. And please don’t even mention those goofballs Phish. They suck. lol. No. Grateful dead exist all alone. And because of all those a other jam bands my hipppie hippie friends would listen to in the early 90s bands like Big Head Todd, Blues Traveler, moe. and yes Phish. Lots & lots of Phish. I completely wrote off The Grateful Dead. I just assumed they sounded like all those other jam bands all my stoner friends liked. But, I was wrong. The Dead stand alone. And this is one of their best live albums. I’m no expert. I’m no Deadhead. I just know that this album rules. And has become one of my favorite live albums over the years. A staple for my camping trips over the last decade. BUT, Glynspsa does know his Dead. His chart of the 100 best live albums from the Grateful Dead is a gift from the gods for us Dead neophytes. And I’m not surprised at all to find One From the Vaults in his top 6. It’s that good. Grade A: ESSENTIAL. I used to laugh that so many of one band’s live albums could be essential. I thought it was weird and just a bit pathetic. I mean there was sooo much great music out there. How could one just obsess about one band. Surely all these live albums sounded pretty much identical, right? With slight variations that only the total obsessive would notice and the rest of us normals would just scratch our heads and wonder why people would listen to a hundred different versions of the essentially the same album. I’ve never been so happy to be wrong. Long live The Dead!