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The Godfathers of the jam band world, Grateful Dead spread their one of kind musical style to millions of people around the globe over their 30-year career. The legendary band formed in 1965 in Palo Alto, California amid the rise of the counterculture of the 1960âs. Jerry Garcia on lead guitar/vocals, Bob Weir on rhythm guitar/vocals, Ron "Pigpen" McKernan on keyboards/harmonica/vocals, Phil Lesh on bass/vocals, and Bill Kreutzmann on the drums were the founders of Grateful Dead, later joined by drummer Mickey Hart. McKernan died in 1973 due to health issues, but the rest of the core played together for the entire history of the band. Influenced by rock, country, folk, bluegrass, and blues, their psychedelic musical style did not fit an established genre. Grateful Dead first performed in 1965 at one of Ken Keseyâs Acid Tests in San Jose, California. Their first major performance followed in 1967 at the Mantra-Rock Dance, a musical event at the Avalon Ballroom that included acts Big Brother and the Holding Company and Janis Joplin. Grateful Dead has sold 35 million albums worldwide, but it was always about the live performance. They constantly toured and their live improvisations differentiated them from other bands, who would rehearse specific setlists. Garcia stated in a 1966 interview: "We don't make up our sets beforehand. We'd rather work off the tops of our heads than off a piece of paper.â This created a unique experience every time they took the stage, for them and the audience. A world record, Grateful Dead played over 2,300 concerts and more free concerts than any other band in history. Initially, their live shows were primary in the San Francisco Bay Area, but they inevitably reached the rest of America as well as Canada, Europe, and even the Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt. They promoted a sense of community among their fans, and many would follow the band from venue to venue, spawning the birth of Deadheads. They were one of the first bands to allow fans to record their shows and trade them freely amongst each other. Impromptu communal marketplaces, known as Shakedown Street, were created by Deadheads at concert venues, allowing fans to buy and sell anything from food to home-made T-shirts while following the band. On August 9th, 1995, Jerry Garcia died from a heart attack after struggles with several health issues. The remaining members decided to disband, but there have been numerous reunions. Weir, Lesh, Kreutzmann, and Hart reunited in 2015 for five concerts called "Fare Thee Well: Celebrating 50 Years of the Grateful Dead.â Trey Anastasio of Phish joined them and the shows sold out stadiums in Chicago and Santa Clara. Weir, Hart, and Kreutzmann have teamed up John Mayer to keep the spirit alive today as Dead amp; Company. Grateful Dead was inducted to Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1994. Maybe the best way to sum up their legacy is to use a quote from Hart: âThe transformative power of the Grateful Dead is really the essence of it; it's what it can do to your consciousness. We're more into transportation than we are into music, per se, I mean, the business of the Grateful Dead is transportation.â Lately, it occurs to me; What a long, strange trip it's beenâ¦
Skull and Roses have been featured in Grateful Dead artwork throughout their career. Inspired by a drawing by Edmund Joseph Sullivan from the 1913 edition of the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, Alton Kelley and Stanley Mouse rendered the original draft, a skeleton with a crown of roses holding rose wreaths. The design first appeared on a poster in San Francisco for Dead shows at the Avalon Ballroom in 1966. It became famous when it was used as the cover for the untitled live album Grateful Dead (1971). The album was published without a title after a dispute with the record company over the name, but became widely known as âSkull and Rosesâ because of the iconic cover art. The rose-wigged skeleton is often referred to as âBertha,â the first track on the album.
The Dancing Bears made their artistic debut in 1973 as part of the album art for History of the Grateful Dead, Volume One â Bear's Choice. Drawn by Bob Thomas, the bears are a reference to Owsley âBearâ Stanley, the soundman for Grateful Dead and producer of the album. The bears are often referred to as the âDancingâ Bears, but they are actually marching. Bear himself has said: "The bears on the album cover are not really 'dancing'. I don't know why people think they are; their positions are quite obviously those of a high-stepping march.â Whether they are dancing or marching, Deadheads fell in love with the colorful bears. They seem to represent what the culture is all about: Music, dancing, laughing, and marching arm in arm together showing solidarity as well as individuality.
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The Skull and Lightning bolt emblem, originally created for a practical use, grew into one of Grateful Deadâs most recognizable symbols. The concept started with Owsley âBearâ Stanley when he was inspired by a freeway sign that stood out to him. He wanted to brand the groupâs musical equipment so it could be easily identified during concerts with multiple bands. He shared the idea with artist Bob Thomas, and the first design was drafted in 1969. After some evolving, it contains a white skull (known as Stealie) and 13-point lightning bolt along with an alternating red and blue color scheme. Even though the symbol was used previously, it became known as the âSteal Your Face Skullâ after it was featured on the cover of the album Steal Your Face.
Debuting in 1977, the Dancing Terrapins first appeared on the cover of Terrapin Station. Alton Kelley and Stanley Mouse collaborated again to develop the cover art. In the song, terrapin is referenced as a location: âSome rise; some fall; some climb; to get to terrapin.â The cover is more of a literal visualization of Terrapin Station, featuring two dancing terrapins playing banjo and tambourine next to railroad tracks. In many mythologies, turtles are associated with the cosmos and Earth, often depicted as supporting the world on his shell. The terrapins are a reminder of how lucky we are to be here and alive, showing that sometimes the best thing to do is to slow down, sing, dance, and enjoy the experience.
Woodstock is one of the most pivotal moments in rock and roll history. Attracting more than 400,000 music lovers, people from all over flooded to Bethel, New York in the summer of 1969 to celebrate peace and music over the 3-day party. The festival became a muddy mess with inadequate food, facilities and sanitation. Despite this, 32 acts performed including Jefferson Airplane, Jimi Hendrix, and Grateful Dead. The rain-soaked stage caused major problems for the band, as Grateful Dead members were being electrocuted by their instruments. Known as one of the best live bands of all time, this performance fell well short of expectations. Weir: âSome people made their careers at Woodstock, but weâve spent about 20 years making up for it [laughs]. It was probably the worst set weâve ever performed.â
Festival Express '70
Originally called Trans Continental Pop Festival, the Festival Express left the station in the summer of 1970. The Canadian tour was headlined by Janis Joplin, The Band, and Grateful Dead playing in Toronto, Winnipeg, and Calgary. Instead of flying to each tour stop, the bands traveled by train leading to non-stop jam sessions and partying. They were met with protesters when arriving in Toronto due to high ticket prices, seen as promoter greed. Jerry Garcia quelled the crowd by arranging a free concert in nearby Coronation Park upon a flatbed truck. The tour was a financial failure, but it featured great performances. The tour was immortalized in the documentary Festival Express that premiered at the 2003 Toronto International Film Festival.
While there will always be debate, the performance at Cornell Universityâs Barton Hall in Ithaca, New York on May 8th, 1977 is widely considered one of Grateful Deadâs best shows. The setlist is legendary, including standouts Scarlet Begonias -gt; Fire on the Mountain, where Phil Leshâs bass melted faces during the opening riff and St. Stephen-gt; Not Fade Away -gt; St. Stephen. Only to be followed by a 14-minute version of Morning Dew, in which Garcia masterfully executed. One of the reasons this performance became so revered was the great sound quality of the tapes, recorded by Betty Cantor-Jackson. Original âBetty Boardsâ finally surfaced after a storage unit auction which included the famous Cornell recording. At last, Cornell 5/8/77 the live album was officially released on the showâs 40-year anniversary.
In the shadow of the Sphinx and Great Pyramid, Grateful Dead performed three shows in Giza, Egypt in September of 1978. Bassist Phil Lesh took the lead in planning the event along with band manager Richard Loren. Lesh wanted to play at a place of power: âPower that's been preserved from the ancient world.â There was some trouble staging the show, from an equipment truck getting stuck in sand and having to be towed out by camels to recording issues during the first show, but the wonder of the event offset any negative vibes. During the final show, a total lunar eclipse took place, really encapsulating the whole experience. In 2008, the band released Rocking the Cradle: Egypt 1978, a live album composed of songs from nights two and three for the 30th anniversary of the event.
Workingmanâs Dead is the fourth studio album by Grateful Dead. Released in June of 1970, it was recorded back to back with companion album American Beauty. The majority of the album was written by Jerry Garcia and Robert Hunter. They utilized an Americana, folk-band style that was different than the psychedelic, electrified tone of previous albums. According to drummer Bill Kreutzmann, the album was influenced by the Bakersfield sound, a genre of country music that was significantly influenced by rock and roll. Garcia had purchased a steel guitar while on tour the previous year and was keen on using it for this album. The album opens with the highly acclaimed Uncle Johnâs Band along with popular tracks Dire Wolf, Cumberland Blues, and Casey Jones. Rolling Stone readers voted it the best album of 1970.
American Beauty is the fifth Grateful Dead studio album. Released in November of 1970, it continued the bluegrass, folk-rock stylings of Workingmanâs Dead that was released earlier in the year. Like Workingmanâs Dead, most of the album was written by Jerry Garcia and Robert Hunter. While recording the album at Wally Heider Studios in San Francisco, they were around Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young and other artists creating a âjammer heaven.â You can hear their influence on the band and album through folk melodies and vocal harmonization. The album title has a double meaning, referring to Americana style of music and the rose âAmerican Beautyâ featured on its cover. Box of Rain opens side one, flowing right into Friend of the Devil, while side two starts with Ripple and finishes with Truckinâ.
Europe â72 is a live triple album composed of songs recorded from Grateful Deadâs European tour in the spring of 1972 showcasing live favorites and new songs like Jack Straw and Brown Eyed Women. It was the last album to feature Ron âPigpenâ McKernan, one of the founding members, who died after its release. Originally recorded to recoup the expensive costs of the tour, it received commercial and critical success. Starting in London, the band made stops in Denmark, Germany, France, Netherlands, and Luxembourg, concluding the tour back in London. Their crew grew to 43 members who became known as the âGrateful Dead Family.â While it features songs from previous albums like Truckinâ and Sugar Magnolia, they are transformed into new performances with their improvisations.
In the Dark
After a 7-year hiatus from recording studio albums, Grateful Dead released their twelfth in July of 1987 with In the Dark. They had been playing the songs for several years prior to recording, allowing them to be matured and perfected. The band took a more comfortable approach when recording, playing in a darkened theatre with the same lighting they would use on tour, but with no audience. Reaching No. 6 on the Billboard 200 chart, it gained unexpected popularity and became the bandâs only top ten album. It was led by the bandâs only top 40 single, Touch of Grey, peaking at No. 9 as well as frequenting MTV with its music video. This mainstream success brought on a new set of fans referred to as âTouchheads.â This led to the âMega-Deadâ period where they began to sell out stadiums, a mixed blessing for some hardcore fans.
Fire on the Mountain
Fire on the Mountain was composed by drummer Mickey Hart. An instrumental version titled Happiness is Drumming appeared in 1976 on the album Diga by Hartâs other band, Diga Rhythm Band. With lyrics written by Robert Hunter added, the song evolved into Fire on the Mountain. The songâs catchy rhythm was a perfect complement to Jerry Garciaâs playful guitar style. It was released on Grateful Deadâs Shakedown Street in November of 1978, even though the band was performing it live the year prior. It is often improvised and coupled with Scarlet Begonias during live shows, the pair being referred to as Scarlet Fire. The eternal partnership was immortalized by the 25-minute version performed at the famous Cornell University show on May 8th, 1977.
âRipple in still water; When there is no pebble tossed; Nor wind to blow.â Another successful collaboration between Robert Hunter and Jerry Garcia, Ripple was released on American Beauty in 1970. Garcia enlisted David Grisman to play mandolin on the track and Friend of the Devil from the same album. Fans have noted connections between the lyrics of Ripple and various religions and philosophies. Some lines are compared to Psalm 23 from the Bible, while the refrain has a Zen KÅan feel to it. Even the chorus is written in a haiku-esk format. No matter the interpretation, it always has a profound effect on the listener. Maybe so profound that two fans even start their own T-shirt company and pay tribute to inspirational track with the company name.
Dark Star started as an unassuming single released in 1968 that failed to sell 500 copies but became one of Grateful Deadâs most revered and mythical songs. The single was under 3 minutes long, much different than their live performances that could see Dark Star played for 20 to 30 minutes. Dark Star is the opening track on Live/Dead, the bandâs first live album and is regarded as the very definition of the bandâs early improvisational music with its blending of psychedelia, jazz, and jam elements. After 1973, the track fell out of regular rotation at their concerts. Catching a show that had a Dark Star performance became the âHoly Grailâ for Deadheads. It is one of The Rock and Roll Hall of Fameâs 500 Songs that Shaped Rock and Roll as well as No. 57 on Rolling Stoneâs 100 Greatest Guitar Songs of All Time.
Uncle John's Band
The opening track of Workingmanâs Dead, Uncle Johnâs Band is a bluegrass-folk arrangement with acoustic guitar and close harmony vocalization. Grateful Dead added the song to setlists in late 1969 and released it as a single prior to Workingmanâs Dead. While the single did not garner huge success, it was the bandâs first chart hit and attempt to reach mainstream audiences beyond their cult following. Though already an underground legend for their live shows, this was the first time many had heard the band. The identity of âUncle Johnâ has spawned many theories, from blues musician Mississippi John Hurt to John Cohen from the New Lost City Ramblers. Regardless of the inspiration, Uncles Johnâs Band is one of their most well-known songs and included on the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's 500 Songs that Shaped Rock and Roll.
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