Reckoning is a 1981 live double album by the Grateful Dead. It consists of acoustic material recorded live in September and October 1980. Some of the tracks are shortened versions of the live performances
Reckoning (Grateful Dead album). Reckoning is a 1981 live double album by the Grateful Dead. Some of the tracks are shortened versions of the live performances.
In the fall of 1980, the Grateful Dead played a series of shows at the Warfield Theater in San Francisco and Radio City Music Hall in New York City (venues considerably smaller than they had grown accustomed to) for the purpose of filming and recording. The group opened these special concerts with a special acoustic set at which Jerry Garcia and Bob Weir played acoustic guitars, Brent Mydland played piano, and drummers Bill Kreutzmann and Mickey Hart played reduced kits. Phil Lesh stuck to his electric bass, but at a modest volume. Also special was the set list, as demonstrated by the track.
Reckoning (Grateful Dead album), Reckoning is a 1981 live double album by the Grateful Dead It consists of acoustic material recorded live in September and October 1980 Some of . one electric record was sort of pathetic, since our electric tunes are seldom less than eight minutes long And that meant our fat electric album would have two songs on a side It was kind of silly". Initial CD releases omitted one track for space reasons One CD, tape, and LP release, by Pair/Arista Records in 1984, was given the title For the Faithfu. n 1988 the album was re-issued with the original title.
Grateful Dead is an album by rock band the Grateful Dead. Released in October 1971 on Warner Bros. Records, it is their second live double album. Although published without a title, it is generally known by the names Skull and Roses (due to its iconic cover art) and Skull Fuck (the name the band originally wanted to give to the album, which was rejected by the record company).
Reckoning is a 1981 live double album by the Grateful Dead.
Album · 1981 · 16 Songs. Think of this as the Grateful Dead Unplugged. Years before MTV started its popular series of intimate concerts, the Dead culled together two double-albums’ worth of acoustic material from their 23-show run at the Warfield Theater in San Francisco and Radio City Music Hall in New York, in September and October of 1980.
Only 14 left in stock (more on the way). These five late-career album masterpieces follow the legendary group from their 15th anniversary in 1980 through their final studio album together, 1989's Built To Last. Their legacy is indeed indestructible, as evidenced by the wealth of unforgettable songs and classic ng the band's only Top 40 hit, "Touch of Grey" - introduced in these remarkable recordings, which have lost none of their spark over time.