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American Beauty: 50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition

Label: Rhino
Released: 2020
Track listing: CD 1: Box of Rain; Friend of the Devil; Sugar Magnolia; Operator; Candyman; Ripple; Brokedown Palace; Till the Morning Comes; Attics of My Life; Truckin’. CD 2: Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY (2/18/71)—Bertha; Truckin'; Hurts Me Too; Loser; Greatest Story Ever Told; Johnny B. Goode; Mama Tried; Hard To Handle; Dark Star; Wharf Rat; Dark Star; Me And My Uncle. CD 3: Casey Jones; Playing in the Band; Me And Bobby McGee; Candyman; Big Boss Man; Sugar Magnolia; St. Stephen; Not Fade Away; Goin’ Down The Road Feeling Bad; Not Fade Away; Uncle John's Band.

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Workingman's Dead - 50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition

Label: Rhino
Released: 2020
Track listing: CD 1: Original Album Remastered - Uncle John’s Band; High Time; Dire Wolf; New Speedway Boogie; Cumberland Blues; Black Peter; Easy Wind; Casey Jones. CD 2: Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY (2/21/71) - Cold Rain And Snow; Me And Bobby McGee; Loser; Easy Wind; Playing In The Band; Bertha; Me And My Uncle; Ripple” (False Start); Ripple; Next Time You See Me; Sugar Magnolia; Greatest Story Ever Told; Johnny B. Goode. CD 3: Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY (2/21/71) - China Cat Sunflower>I Know You Rider”>Bird Song; Cumberland Blues; I’m A King Bee; Beat It On Down The Line; Wharf Rat; Truckin’; Casey Jones; Good Lovin’; Uncle John’s Band.

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The New Riders of The Purple Sage: Thanksgiving in New York City

Read "Thanksgiving in New York City" reviewed by Doug Collette


As preserved on Thanksgiving In New York City, The New Riders Of The Purple Sage were far more than just a mere offshoot of the Grateful Dead. Initially born in the folk surge of the late Sixties as the latter band's titular leader, Jerry Garcia, initially worked and learned with future NRPS chief songwriter John “Marmaduke" ...

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Article: Live Review

Dead & Company at The NYCB Live at the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum

Read "Dead & Company at The NYCB Live at the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum" reviewed by Mike Perciaccante


Dead & Company NYCB Live at the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum The Fall Fun Run Tour Uniondale, NY November 5, 2019 With the former Nassau Coliseum smelling like a mixture of pot, patchouli and incense with the vast majority of the attendees wearing something featuring tie-dye colors, the latest incarnation ...

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Article: Album Review

Laurence Pike: Holy Spring

Read "Holy Spring" reviewed by Gareth Thompson


Most artists in any medium have a need of sunlight, or at least the promise of it. Percussionist Laurence Pike is one third of Szun Waves, a jazzy crossover act whose emergence has been widely acclaimed. On his second solo album Pike is in thrall to spring, the harbinger of summer, though it feels as much ...

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Article: Extended Analysis

Anthem Of The Sun 50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition

Read "Anthem Of The Sun 50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition" reviewed by Doug Collette


In an essay dense with historical detail and rich in provocative allusions, Steve Silberman accurately and vividly recounts the sequence of events involved in the original production of the Grateful Dead's second studio album Anthem of the Sun. The writer recounts a herculean task, the comparable likes of which has resulted in this 50th Anniversary Deluxe ...

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Joe Deninzon & Stratospheerius Sign To Melodic Revolution Records

Joe Deninzon & Stratospheerius Sign To Melodic Revolution Records

Joe Deninzon & Stratospheerius will release their fifth CD Guilty of Innocence through Melodic Revolution Records early Fall 2017. The new 10-track album will be available worldwide in both Physical and Digital formats. Guilty of Innocence features special appearances by Alex Skolnick (Testament), Rave Tesar (Renaissance) and Randy McStine (The Fringe). Guilty of Innocence highlights include ...

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Article: Album Review

Ornette Coleman / Bachir Attar / The Master Musicians of Jajouka: The Road to Jajouka

Read "The Road to Jajouka" reviewed by Chris May


Jazz has been mixing it up with traditional Moroccan music for almost fifty years. Pianist Randy Weston was a pioneer in the late 1960s, followed by saxophonist Ornette Coleman in the early 1970s. A modern successor to those early adventurers is Boston's Club D'Elf, which describes itself as a “Moroccan-dosed psychedelic dub and jazz collective." Club ...

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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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