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Grateful Dead - Fillmore East: April 1971 album download
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Grateful Dead - Fillmore East: April 1971 album download

Performer:
Grateful Dead
Album:
Fillmore East: April 1971
Style:
Folk-Rock,Jam Bands,Psychedelic/Garage,Album Rock,Country-Rock
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Duration:
04:56:27
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1156 mb
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1742 mb
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4.9
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120

The Grateful Dead: Fillmore East, New York City, April 1971. Bertha (Live at Fillmore East NYC April 1971) Lyrics. I had a hard run Running from your window I was all night running, running I wonder if you care? I had a run-in Run around and run down Run around a corner Run smack into a tree. Arranger The Grateful Dead, Jerry Garcia, Phil Lesh & 3 more. Recording Engineer Betty Cantor & Bob Matthews. Mixing Engineer Jeffrey Norman.

Fillmore East: April 1971. The Grateful Dead presents some four and a half hours of Grateful Dead garnered from their final five-day run at the Fillmore East in 1971 before it closed down for good. Compared to larger arenas, the 2400 seat venue had an intimate feel, but Bill Graham had decided to shut it down due to the high cost of bringing bands to the theater. While adjusting to the absence of their second percussionist Mickey Hart, the Grateful Dead are in good form for these performances.

Recorded live April 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 1971 Fillmore East, New York City. Manufactured in the . Released in multi-disc jewel case ("Fatboy") with 14 pp. full colour booklet.

Ladies and Gentlemen. the Grateful Dead is a four-CD live album by the Grateful Dead. It was recorded at the April 25–29, 1971 shows at the Fillmore East in New York City. Some songs on the eponymous live album Grateful Dead were recorded at these shows as well. The album, released in October 2000, was certified Gold by the RIAA on January 6, 2002. Truckin' " (Robert Hunter, Jerry Garcia, Phil Lesh, Bob Weir) – 10:13. Bertha" (Hunter, Garcia) – 6:27.

Grateful Dead - Bertha 5:40. Grateful Dead - Mama Tried 2:42. Grateful Dead - Me And Bobby McGee 6:12. Grateful Dead - Morning Dew -Live- 10:41. GRATEFUL DEAD - Ladies and Gentlemen Fillmore East April 1971. Disc 4 (1971, Live) - 02. New Minglewood Blues 4:28. Disc 4 (1971, Live) - 10. In The Midnight Hour 9:50. Disc 4 (1971, Live) - 08. Cold Rain And Snow 5:49. Disc 4 (1971, Live) - 03. Wharf Rat 9:28. GRATEFUL DEAD - Ladies and Gentlemen Fillmore East April 1971

Album · 2000 · 42 Songs. Grateful Dead & Tom Constanten. 29. Not Fade Away (1) {Live}.

All the great songs and lyrics from the "Fillmore East: April 1971" 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 .

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Track List - Disc 1

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Truckin' Jerry Garcia / Robert Hunter / Phil Lesh / Bob Weir Grateful Dead 9:57
2 Bertha Jerry Garcia / Robert Hunter Grateful Dead 6:23
3 Next Time You See Me Earl Forest / Bill Harvey Grateful Dead 4:11
4 Beat It on Down the Line Jesse Fuller Grateful Dead 3:49
5 Bird Song Jerry Garcia / Robert Hunter Grateful Dead 9:22
6 Dark Hollow Bill Browning Grateful Dead 3:30
7 Second That Emotion Al Cleveland / Smokey Robinson Grateful Dead 5:33
8 Me & My Uncle John Phillips Grateful Dead 3:40
9 Cumberland Blues Jerry Garcia / Robert Hunter / Phil Lesh Grateful Dead 5:03
10 Good Lovin' Rudy Clark / Arthur Resnick Grateful Dead 2:30
11 Drums Bill Kreutzmann Grateful Dead 5:37
12 Good Lovin' Rudy Clark / Arthur Resnick Grateful Dead 14:47

Track List - Disc 2

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Sugar Magnolia Robert Hunter / Bob Weir Grateful Dead 6:32
2 Loser Jerry Garcia / Robert Hunter Grateful Dead 7:03
3 Ain't It Crazy (The Rub) Lightnin' Hopkins Grateful Dead 6:26
4 El Paso Marty Robbins Grateful Dead 6:36
5 I'm a King Bee J. Moore / James Moore Grateful Dead 8:24
6 Ripple Jerry Garcia / Robert Hunter Grateful Dead 5:34
7 Me and Bobbie McGee Fred Foster / Fred L. Foster / Kris Kristofferson Grateful Dead 6:12
8 Uncle John's Band Jerry Garcia / Robert Hunter Grateful Dead 6:07
9 Turn on Your Love Light Deadric Malone / Joseph Scott Grateful Dead 22:23

Track List - Disc 3

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 China Cat Sunflower Jerry Garcia / Robert Hunter Grateful Dead 4:51
2 I Know You Rider Traditional Grateful Dead 6:14
3 It Hurts Me Too John Lee Hooker / Elmore James / Marshall Sehorn Grateful Dead 6:53
4 Sing Me Back Home Merle Haggard Grateful Dead 9:51
5 Hard to Handle Alvertis Isbell / Allen Jones / Otis Redding Grateful Dead 9:58
6 Dark Star Jerry Garcia / Mickey Hart / Robert Hunter / Bill Kreutzmann / Phil Lesh / Ron "Pigpen" McKernan / Bob Weir Grateful Dead 13:55
7 St. Stephen Jerry Garcia / Robert Hunter / Phil Lesh Grateful Dead 6:08
8 Not Fade Away Buddy Holly / Norman Petty Grateful Dead feat: Tom Constanten 3:30
9 Goin' Down the Road Feeling Bad Traditional Grateful Dead feat: Tom Constanten 6:28
10 Not Fade Away Buddy Holly / Norman Petty Grateful Dead 3:23

Track List - Disc 4

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Morning Dew Bonnie Dobson / Tim Rose Grateful Dead 10:41
2 New Minglewood Blues Traditional Grateful Dead 4:28
3 Wharf Rat Jerry Garcia / Robert Hunter Grateful Dead 9:28
4 Alligator Robert Hunter / Phil Lesh / Ron "Pigpen" McKernan Grateful Dead 3:57
5 Drums Bill Kreutzmann Grateful Dead 3:53
6 Jam Grateful Dead Grateful Dead 9:39
7 Goin' Down the Road Feeling Bad Traditional Grateful Dead 4:53
8 Cold Rain and Snow Grateful Dead / Traditional Grateful Dead 5:49
9 Casey Jones Jerry Garcia / Robert Hunter Grateful Dead 9:13
10 In the Midnight Hour Steve Cropper / Wilson Pickett Grateful Dead 9:50
11 We Bid You Goodnight Traditional Grateful Dead 3:46
  • This is a very good release although it's still missing a number of highlights from the run. Duane Allman guested on the 26th but nothing from that show was used here. The Dead have released Postcards of the Hanging a couple of years later which did feature other members of the Allman Brothers Band on one song. I think that they could've obtained permission to use at least one of the three songs that Duane played on. The Beach Boys guested on the 27th for a few numbers but none of their appearance was used either probably due to contract reasons. Unlike the 26th, some other stuff recorded on the 27th is used. Former band member Tom (T.C.) Constanten on the 28th for a short run of Dark Star -> Saint Stephen -> Not Fade Away -> Goin' Down the Road Feeling Bad -> Not Fade Away which is used here. The big jam from the 29th, Alligator -> Drums -> Jam -> Goin' Down the Road Feeling Bad -> Cold Rain and Snow turns up here as well. The set features a nice mix of songs from across the band's career at that point and also includes a number of rarities such as I Second That Emotion, Ripple and Dark Hollow. Songs like Me and My Uncle, Ain't It Crazy (The Rub), Morning Dew, Next Time You See Me, Beat It on Down the Line, It Hurts Me Too and New Minglewood Blues (a bit of a rarity at the time) mix in well with newer songs like Truckin', Uncle John's Band, Me and Bobby McGee, Bird Song, Loser, El Paso, Casey Jones, Wharf Rat and Bertha. Pigpen cranks out the jams on Hard to Handle, Good Lovin' and Turn on Your Lovelight. There are also a few songs that it would've been nice to see included like Playing in the Band, Dire Wolf, Black Peter and Greatest Story Ever Told -> Johnny B. Goode. Most of the discs are just over 70 minutes so at least a couple of these could've been included.