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The Bob Dylan and the Grateful Dead 1987 Tour was a concert tour by Bob Dylan and the Grateful Dead taking place in the summer of 1987 and consisting of six concerts. Each concert began with one or two lengthy sets by the Grateful Dead of their own material (sometime broken into a first and second set, per the Dead's usual practice), followed by a roughly 90 minute set of the Dead acting as Dylan's backup band. Bob Dylan - vocals, guitar. Jerry Garcia - lead guitar, backing vocals.
Another Side Of Bob Dylan.
Dylan & The Dead was a collaborative live album by Bob Dylan and The Grateful Dead. The album was released in 1988 by Columbia Records. It was recorded in 1987, during a successful stadium tour of the same name. The album was produced by Jerry Garcia and John Cutler, and unites two undisputed American pop cultural icons, both widely regarded globally. The album sold well, reaching on the Billboard charts in the .
Dylan also toured with The Grateful Dead in 1987, resulting in a live album Dylan & The Dead. I don't know if "Boy in the Bubble" made the cut on the album, but I'm pretty sure I've not heard it before performed by the Dead or Dylan. It sounds like Garcia and Dylan sessions for Down in the Groove, or at least it sounds nothing like the other rehearsal tapes, which leads me to wonder if it might be of a different provenance. there is some really great stuff here. its pretty mucha dylan dead studio album, some songs are rough, some have dylan hacking up a hair ball mid-song but for the most part there is some good playing an its great to hear jerry on the steel guitar on some tracks, highly reccomend this and the other dylan/dead shows that were just.
Bob Dylan wasn't exactly at the peak of his career when he released Dylan & the Dead, a collaborative live album with the Grateful Dead, on Feb. 6, 1989. In fact, he was pretty close to the bottom of his popularity, influence and creativity. And another live album - his third in 10 years - certainly didn't help matters. 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. Sometimes audiences got Dylan classics like "Mr. Tambourine Man" and "It's All Over Now, Baby Blue"; other times they got lesser songs like "Heart of Mine" and "Man of Peace.
Studio Sessions – Volume One. Straight Records LP. Sundown On The Union. Bob Dylan With The Grateful Dead. Unreleased Live Album. Moonlight Records ML 9636. 10, 11 released on DYLAN & THE DEAD, CBS 463 381, 6 February 1989. 10, 11 released in remastered versions on DYLAN & THE DEAD, Columbia 88691924312-34 as part of the CD box THE COMPLETE ALBUM COLLECTION, VOL. ONE, 5 November 2013. 10 released on Live 1961-2000 - Thirty-nine years of great concert performances, SME Records SRCS 2438, 28 February 2001.
The Bob Dylan Complete Album Collection Vol. One is a colossal box set encompassing the entire official discography of the American who's revolutionized folk, pop and rock music over the past half century with a profoundly influential catalog of songs and sounds. The collection contains 35 studio titles (including the first-ever North American release of 1973's Dylan album on CD), 6 live albums, the 2-CD "Side Tracks," and a hardcover book featuring extensive new album-by-album liner notes penned by Clinton Heylin and a new introduction written by Bill Flanagan. 3. Gotta Serve Somebody - Bob Dylan And The Grateful Dead. 4. Queen Jane Approximately - Bob Dylan And The Grateful Dead.
The Grateful Dead - From the mid sixties to the mid nineties they were one of America's strangest and popular bands. Though, they had much more of an underground following compared to a mainstream following. During 1989, The Grateful Dead and Bob Dylan set out to put a live album out together. Since Bob Dylan was by himself and The Grateful Dead were a group, they considered Bob Dylan to be the guest. So, they would play his songs. The album surely has some highlights, but overall I have never been that find of it. The album seems lifeless, and Dylan and The Grateful Dead have done better collaborations together. Instrumentally, I find the album good. But obviously, fabulous playing is not always relevant when it comes to making good music.
|A2||When I Paint My Masterpiece|
|A3||I'll Be Your Baby Tonight|
|A4||Man Of Peace|
|A5||I'll Be Your Baby Tonight|
|A6||Ballad Of Ira Hayes|
|B1||I Want You|
|B2||Ballad Of A Thin Man|
|B3||Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again|
|B4||Walking Down The Line|
|B5||Gotta Serve Somebody|
|B6||Gonna Change My Way Of Thinking|
- Recorded At – Club Front
NotesSource: 1987 tour rehearsals at Club Front, San Rafael, CA. in March & April of 1987.
The sticker on the back cover serves as a listing of the songs included, but not the actual track listing/order.
Black vinyl with blue labels.
|SL87029||Bob Dylan And The Grateful Dead||Bob Dylan And The Grateful Dead - Studio Sessions Volume 1 (LP, Unofficial)||Starlight Records||SL87029||US||1989|