Grateful Dead Fillmore 1970 Road Trips Vol.3 No.3 3 Cd Set Like New

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Grateful Dead - Road Trips Volume 3 Number 3

Yes, Road Trips 3.3.. 3 CD Set No Bonus Disc . In like new condition

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Road Trips Volume 3 Number 3 was billed as a 40th anniversary celebration of the album Workingman s Dead. It includes several versions, some acoustic and some electric, of seven of the eight songs that appear on that album, omitting only High Time . The album contains material from two concerts the early show and the late show performed on May 15, 1970, at the Fillmore East in New York City. Like many early 1970 Grateful Dead shows, these concerts featured both acoustic and electric sets. The New Riders of the Purple Sage NRPS , with whom Jerry Garcia was playing pedal steel guitar, also performed at these concerts, between the Dead s acoustic and electric sets. The NRPS sets are not included on this release. 4

Bill Graham is heard introducing the band at the early show, identifying them as Pigpen on organ from Atherton, California, this is Mr. Robert Weir from Marin Junior College, Mr. Philip Lesh to which Lesh responds, That s a lie followed by Garcia remarking, That ain t Philip Lesh from 710 Ashbury Street, Mr. Jerry Garcia and on drums, the son of Lenny Hart, Mickey Hart. Hart s father was the Grateful Dead s original money manager and had disappeared with approximately 155,000 of the group s profits only two months before.

A fourth, bonus disc was included with early shipments of the album. The bonus disc contains additional material from the same concerts as well as four songs from the concert held the previous evening, May 14, 1970, at Meramec Community College in Kirkwood, Missouri. The version of Easy Wind from May 15 was previously released on the album Fallout from the Phil Zone. 5 Including the material from the bonus disc, this release includes both May 15, 1970 Fillmore East Shows in their entirety except for the acoustic performance of Candyman from the late show.

Another live Grateful Dead album recorded during this same month is Dick s Picks Volume 8, which also includes both acoustic and electric sets.

Sound quality edit

The album was released in HDCD format. This provides enhanced sound quality when played on CD players with HDCD capability, and is fully compatible with regular CD players.

Track listing edit

Disc One edit

May 15, 1970: Fillmore East, New York, NYEarly Show: Acoustic: Don t Ease Me In traditional 4:24 I Know You Rider traditional 8:39 Ain t It Crazy The Rub Lightnin Hopkins 3:56 Long Black Limousine Vern Stovall, Bobby George 4:54 New Speedway Boogie Jerry Garcia, Robert Hunter 6:23Early Show: Electric: Casey Jones Hunter, Garcia 5:02 St. Stephen gt Garcia, Phil Lesh, Hunter 5:47 That s It for the Other One gt Garcia, Bill Kreutzmann, Lesh, Ron McKernan, Bob Weir 24:29I. Cryptical EnvelopmentII. DrumsIII. The Other OneIV. Cryptical Envelopment Cosmic Charlie Garcia, Hunter 7:59Early Show: Encore: Electric: New Minglewood Blues Noah Lewis 3:36

Disc Two edit

May 15, 1970: Fillmore East, New York, NYLate Show: Acoustic: Deep Elem Blues traditional 5:42 The Ballad of Casey Jones traditional 4:49 Silver Threads and Golden Needles Jack Rhodes, Dick Reynolds 3:49 Black Peter Garcia, Hunter 7:23 Friend of the Devil Garcia, John Dawson, Hunter 4:06 a Uncle John s Band Garcia, Hunter 7:01 She s Mine Hopkins 2:54 Katie Mae Hopkins 4:38 A Voice from On High Bill Monroe 2:52Late Show: Electric: China Cat Sunflower gt Garcia, Hunter 4:58 I Know You Rider traditional 4:39 Cumberland Blues Garcia, Lesh, Hunter 5:14 Hard to Handle Alvertis Isbell, Allen Jones, Otis Redding 5:51 Morning Dew Bonnie Dobson, Tim Rose 10:53 Dire Wolf Garcia, Hunter 3:54
Jump up Previously released as a bonus track on reissues of American Beauty

Disc Three edit

May 15, 1970: Fillmore East, New York, NYLate Show: Electric: Good Lovin Rudy Clark, Arthur Resnick 13:45 Dark Star gt Garcia, Mickey Hart, Kreutzmann, Lesh, McKernan, Weir, Hunter 19:40 St. Stephen gt Garcia, Lesh, Hunter 6:04 Not Fade Away gt Buddy Holly, Norman Petty 6:53 Turn On Your Love Light Joseph Scott, Deadric Malone 27:45Late Show: Encore: Acoustic: Cold Jordan traditional 2:33

Personnel edit

Grateful Dead edit

Jerry Garcia Electric and Acoustic Lead Guitar, VocalsMickey Hart DrumsBill Kreutzmann DrumsPhil Lesh Electric Bass, VocalsRon Pigpen McKernan Vocals, Organ, Percussion, Harmonica, Acoustic GuitarBob Weir Electric and Acoustic Rhythm Guitar, Vocals

Additional musicians edit

John Dawson harmony vocals on A Voice from On High and Cold Jordan David Nelson mandolin on A Voice from On High and Cold Jordan

Production edit

Produced by Grateful DeadCompilation Produced by David Lemieux Blair JacksonRecorded by Bob MatthewsCD Mastering by Jeffrey Norman at Mockingbird Mastering, Petaluma, CACover Art by Scott McDougallInterior Photos by Amalie Rothschild and Peter SimonHistorical Essay by Blair JacksonPackage Design by Steve Vance

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