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Fox Theatre, St. Louis, MO (12/10/71)

Label: Rhino
Released: 2021
Track listing: CD 1: Bertha; Me and My Uncle; Mr. Charlie; Loser; Beat It On Down The Line; Sugaree; Jack Straw; Next Time You See Me; Tennessee Jed; El Paso; Big Railroad Blues; Casey Jones. CD 2: Good Lovin'; Brokedown Palace; Playing in the Band; Run Rudolph Run; Deal; Sugar Magnolia; Comes A Time. CD 3: Truckin'>Drums>The Other One>Sitting on Top of the World>The Other One>Not Fade Away>Goin' Down the Road Feeling Bad>Not Fade Away; One More Saturday Night.


Article: Album Review

Grateful Dead: Fox Theatre, St. Louis, MO (12/10/71)

Read "Fox Theatre, St. Louis, MO (12/10/71)" reviewed by Doug Collette

A cull from Listen to the River: St. Louis '71-'72-73 (Rhino, 2021), a twenty-disc box of Grateful Dead live recordings, Fox Theatre, St. Louis , MO 12/10/71 was prepared and configured like an exclusive standalone title. Headed by chief keeper of the vault, David Lemieux, the team of curators lavish a level of creativity and attention ...


Field Trip

Label: Omnivore Recordings
Released: 2020
Track listing: Truck Drivin' Man; Rainbow; Lochinvar; Groupie; Stage Announcement - White Bird Tent; Whatcha Gonna Do; Dim Lights, Thick Smoke (And Loud, Loud Music); Hello Mary Lou; Stage Announcement - Field Tripping; Whiskey; Stage Announcement - Salt Tabs & Blue Acid; Runnin' Back To You; I Don't Need No Doctor; Linda; Louisiana Lady; Last Lonely Eagle; Willie And The Hand Jive.


Garcia Live Volume Seven: Sophie's, Palo Alto, November 8, 1976

Label: ATO
Released: 2016
Track listing: CD 1: The Way You Do The Things You Do; Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door; After Midnight; Who Was John?; Mission in the Rain; Stir It Up. CD 2: Midnight Moonlight; Tore Up Over You; Friend of the Devil; Don’t Let Go; Strange Man; Stop That Train; Ride Mighty High.


Article: Extended Analysis

Grateful Dead: Dick's Picks 24

Read "Grateful Dead: Dick's Picks 24" reviewed by Skip Heller

The plethora of available live Grateful Dead material might be a completist's delight, but it can make for a nightmare for the consumer who just wants a few really good discs. This was a truly multifaceted band, with every facet documented to the point of exhaustion (or even tedium, depending who you ask). At their rootsy ...


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