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CD 1

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New New Minglewood Blues (Full length Version) (02:40) The Grateful Dead

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Cosmic Charlie (Alternate LP Version) (05:31) The Grateful Dead

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Truckin' (Remastered Version) (05:03) The Grateful Dead

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Black Peter (Album Version) (05:42) The Grateful Dead

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Born Cross-Eyed (Remastered LP Version) (02:04) The Grateful Dead

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High Time (Album Version) (05:14) The Grateful Dead

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Doin' That Rag (Alternate LP Version) (04:43) The Grateful Dead

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Dark Star (Alternate Version) (02:41) The Grateful Dead

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New Speedway Boogie (Album Version) (04:05) The Grateful Dead

 
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New Speedway Boogie (04:05) Grateful Dead

CD 2

1)

St. Stephen (Alternate LP Version) (05:24) The Grateful Dead

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Jack Straw (Live in Paris 1972 Version) (04:48) The Grateful Dead

3)

Me & My Uncle (Album Version) (03:04) The Grateful Dead

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Tennessee Jed (LP Version) (07:10) The Grateful Dead

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Cumberland Blues (Live in England 1972 Remastered Version) (05:41) The Grateful Dead

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Playing In The Band (Album Version) (04:42) The Grateful Dead

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Brown-Eyed Woman (Live in Denmark 1972 Version) (04:37) The Grateful Dead

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Ramble On Rose (LP Version) (06:01) The Grateful Dead

Critique

Released in 1977, What a Long Strange Trip It's Been is an 18-track collection of the Grateful Dead's years at Warner Bros. Records, 1967-1972, heavy on studio recordings. The album makes the same "greatest-hits" appeal as Skeletons from the Closet did in 1974, presenting more accessible, bite-sized chunks for curious newcomers to the Dead or listeners who liked a few radio singles but weren't ready to dive into the endless well of live recordings, bootlegs, and the entire culture that grew around the band. "Truckin'," "Ripple," "High Time," and a few other tunes show up from the Dead's commercial peak of mellow rootsiness on Workingman's Dead/American Beauty, and their early days of nascent psychedelia get a nod with the inclusion of tunes like "Cosmic Charlie" and "St. Stephen." Beautiful live tracks from the early '70s like "Jack Straw" and "Playin' in the Band" show up, but always in drastically truncated versions. Considering they could stretch the same song into an hourlong set in the live arena, the two-and-a-half-minute studio rendition of "Dark Star" that shows up here speaks to a decidedly different side of the band. ~ Fred Thomas

Contributeurs

Artiste Grateful Dead

Label Warner Bros.

Détails sur le produit

DUIN 1F3695F1FBR

GTIN 0075992732222

Date de publication 02.02.1996

Nombre de disques 2

Type de produit CD

Nombre de pistes 18

What a Long Strange Trip It's Been: The Best of the Grateful Dead

GRATEFUL DEAD

15,73 €

Vendeur: Dodax

Date de livraison: entre mardi, 3. juillet et jeudi, 5. juillet

État: Neuf

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