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).
Designee (ASCAP); and track 12 co-published with Steeplone Music (ASCAP). by Grateful Dead Merchandising, Inc. Issued in a gatefold Digipak case. Infrared Roses (HDCD, Album). Rhino Records (2). R2 78941.
referencing Infrared Roses, CD, Album, Dig, GDCD 40142, GDCD4014. OK, so I don't claim to be an expert on the Dead, I never attended any concerts, I was 22 (almost 23) when Jerry Garcia passed away in 1995, so sure I was old enough to attend their concerts during their final days, but didn't
The nearly hour-long instrumental interplay on Infrared Roses (1991) came from a variety of concert performance excerpts circa 1989 and 1990. The audio was reconfigured and combined into four distinct multi-movement suites - all of which were named by Grateful Dead lyricist Robert Hunter. Opening the disc is the ng "Crowd Sculpture," setting the communal pre-show scene with a mélange of sonic experiences starring the typical Grateful Dead parking lot denizens doing their respective thing.
Band Name Grateful Dead. Album Name Infrared Roses. Labels Grateful Dead Records. Music StylePsychedelic Rock. Members owning this album0. 3. Little Nemo In Nightland. 4. Riverside Rhapsody. 5. Post-Modern Highrise Table Top Stomp. 7. Silver Apples Of The Moon. 8. Speaking In Swords. 9. Magnesium Night Light. 10. Sparrow Hawk Row. 11. River Of Nine Sorrows. 12. Apollo At The Ritz.
Grateful Dead Records. A CD of pieces taken from the drums/space sections of Grateful Dead shows in 1989 and 1990. The titles were devised by Hunter. Branford Marsalis (tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone).
Grateful Dead Albums. Infrared Roses (Live) Album. Infrared Roses (Live).
Infrared Roses is a live compilation album by the Grateful Dead. It is a conglomeration of their famous improvisational segments "Drums" and "Space. Somewhere in the middle of the second set of a Grateful Dead concert came a period of musical improvisation. This part of the concert is commonly referred to as "Space," and came right after a drum solo or duet. Infrared Roses is a compilation of these performances. There are no recognizable songs from the band's repertoire on this release (although a theme from "Uncle John's Band" appears at the.
Is Infrared Roses the best album by Grateful Dead? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. GRATEFUL DEAD Infrared Roses (Cassette, 1991) Garcia WEIR Lesh LIVE ALBUM Condition: Good. Time left: 6h 15m 6s. Ships to: Worldwide. Grateful Dead Infrared Roses CD 1991 Mickey Hart Bill Kreutzman ecopak album Condition: Very Good. Time left: 8h 45m 54s.
Bass, Synthesizer [Bass Flute] – Phil LeshDrums – Bill Kreutzmann, Mickey HartGuitar, Synthesizer [Church Bell, Flute, Double Reed And Lots More] – Jerry GarciaGuitar, Synthesizer [Trumpet Section] – Bob WeirKeyboards – Brent MydlandTenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – Branford MarsalisWritten-By – Kreutzmann*, Weir*, Marsalis*, Mydland*, Garcia*, Hart*, Lesh*
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This CD is an ADD recording. Multi-track analog tape was mixed to a digital format and then digitally mastered for the CD. The original multi-track recordings were all done on a twenty-four track analog machine using Dolby SR noise reduction. Two-track masters were used in "Crowd Sculpture," Parallelogram," "Speaking in Swords," "Sparrow Hawk Row," and "River of Nine Sorrows." These masters were transferred to the twenty-four-track recordings, manipulated, and processed for the final result. "Silver Apples of the Moon" was recorded as MIDI data into a computer during several performances and was edited and orchestrated from the computer before being recorded as sound information on the multi-track tape.