Dark Star" is a song released as a single by the Grateful Dead on Warner Bros.
Shall we go You and I While we can? Through The transitive nightfall Of diamonds.
Dark Star is a live album by the rock group the Grateful Dead. It was recorded on May 4, 1972, at the Olympia Theatre in Paris, France. It contains only one song from that concert - a version of "Dark Star" that, including an embedded drum solo, is almost 40 minutes long. Drums" (Kreutzmann) – 2:32 . "Dark Star" (Garcia, Hart, Kreutzmann, Lesh, McKernan, Weir, Hunter) – 17:34.
This Grateful Dead classic was often performed at live shows and was more of a jam than a song, since it was sometimes over 30 minutes long. Widely considered the Dead's signature song, it was written by Jerry Garcia and Robert Hunter. Few people could have guessed then that it would go on to become one of the most beloved and studied songs of a beloved, studied band
Dark Star: The Music of the Grateful Dead. Dark Star: The Music of the Grateful Dead is an album by the David Murray Octet released on Astor Place. It was released in 1996 and contains Murray's versions of compositions by the Grateful Dead. The Octet plays on the first six tracks, and the last is a Murray solo, accompanied only by Bob Weir on acoustic guitar.
DARK STAR - GRATEFUL DEAD Philingroovie Verse 1 A G A G A G A G Dark star crashes, pouring its light into ashes Em A Em A Em A Em A Reason tatters, the forces tear loose from the axis A G .
|1-8||Hell In A Bucket|
|1-9||Might As Well|
|2-1||Scarlet Begonias / Touch Of Grey / Fire On The Mountain|
|2-2||Women Are Smarter|
NotesRecorded live at the Greek Theatre In Berkley on July 13th, 1984
|DIS 311 LP||Grateful Dead*||Dark Star (3xLP, Unofficial)||Discurios||DIS 311 LP||UK & Europe||1991|