The Golden Road (1965–1973) is a twelve-CD box set of the Grateful Dead's studio and live albums released during their time with Warner Bros. Records, from 1965 to 1973. After 1973, the band went on to create its own label, Grateful Dead Records. Also included in the box set is a two-disc bonus album, Birth of the Dead, containing very early recordings of the band.
2018 CASSETTE STORE DAY RELEASE Limited to run of 150 cassettes.
The Golden Road, Santa Rosa, California.
The Golden Road (To Unlimited Devotion)" (Grateful Dead) – 2:07. Beat It on Down the Line" (Fuller) – 2:27. Good Morning Little School Girl" (Williamson) – 6:32. Live at the Fillmore East 2-11-69. Album covers and liner notes are used, and sometimes additional information is provided, such as analysis of the recording, historically, the term album was applied to a collection of various items housed in a book format. In musical usage the word was used for collections of pieces of printed music from the early nineteenth century.
I don't think any particular type of music is immune to well-played renditions of Dead songs, it's just up to the creativity of the various musicians. The tunes are universal, but they're no. .I think I was the first to mention in print that he would be good on that tune (in my Golden Road article on the "Deadicated" album back in '91), but the version on his Songbird album is kinda noisy and ambient, whereas what I envisioned was up-close and intimate-the way he usually handles standards
The primary impetus behind this ambitious 12-disc box set is to gather all nine of the Grateful Dead's Warner Brothers titles. However, the staggeringly high quotient of previously unissued bonus material rivals - and at times exceeds - the content of those original albums. The Golden Road (1965-1973) truly has something - and usually a lot of it - for every degree of Deadhead.
THE GOLDEN ROAD - In the heart of Trøndelag The detour The Golden Road passes through beautiful scenery in the Municipality of Inderøy in North-Trøndelag. Participants along the route offer food, art- and cultural experiences, where both tradition and innovation are taken into consideration. Enjoy traditional food made from old recipes in relaxing country yards. Here you will find a museum of Norway’s most recognised sculptor and a sculpture park nearby
Throughout Golden Road, Urban infuses country with the enthusiasm of someone whose dreams are about to come true. On banjo rocker "Somebody Like You," it's the relationship that will change his life. On "Who Wouldn't Wanna Be Me," he doesn't let being broke and unemployed get him down-better times aren't just on the way, they're already here. Even "You'll Think of Me," the breakup ballad that gave us the immortal line "Take your cat but leave my sweater," is an ode to possibilities. Golden Road Keith Urban.
The children in it are so real to m.Then, while Aunt Eliza is eating tea, Sara tells a story about a governor's wife who died of a broken heart. They begin talking about the present governor and his wife.
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|A1||–Bruce Russell||Kate's Blues #3 [Death Letter]
Written-By – Bruce Russell
|A2.1||–Antonym||Come The Thaw (Warm Mix)
Written-By – Antony Burnham*
|A2.2||–Antonym||Brake (Multiloop 1.4)
Written-By – Antony Burnham*
|B1||–Sindre Bjerga / Anders Gjerde||The Gravy Beak
Written-By – Anders Gjerde, Sindre Bjerga
|B2||–Taming Power||29-7-87/29-7-03 III
Written-By – Askild Haugland
NotesA Compilation Of Experimental Music
Released in limited edition of 320 copies with four different hand-made covers (80 copies each) from each of the participating artists.
This is the Sindre Bjerga/Anders Gjerde version.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): A053319/A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): A053320/A