|Title:||The Best Of The Grateful Dead: Skeletons From The Closet|
|Style:||Folk Rock, Classic Rock|
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Skeletons from the Closet: The Best of Grateful Dead is the first compilation album from rock band the Grateful Dead. It was originally released in February 1974. As with other such packages, the album was a way for Warner Bros. It was followed three years later by a second compilation, What a Long Strange Trip It's Been.
Producer, Engineer – Alembic (tracks: A3, A5 to B2, B4), Betty Cantor (tracks: A3, A5 to B2, B4), Bob Matthews (tracks: A3, A5 to B2, B4), The Grateful Dead (tracks: A3, A5 to B2, B4). Notes. Limited to 6,000 according to hype sticker. This was released as part of Rhino's "Start Your Ear Off Right" series. Reply See 2 replies Notify me Helpful.
Features Tapers Section Grateful Dead Hour Jam Of The Week All in the Family Comix by Tim Truman Greatest Stories Ever Told Documenting the Dead Blair's Golden Road Blog Sirius XM - Grateful Dead Channel. Show Archive Visual Archive Album Covers Fan Art Laminates Posters Stickers Tickets. Released in February 1974, this is the best-selling Grateful Dead greatest hits collection to date. Features "Truckin’," "Sugar Magnolia," and "Mexicali Blues.
Grateful Dead Format: Vinyl. Audio CD, October 25, 1990. This would be a great compilation for those who can only handle a small amount of the Dead at a time. Great song choices fun album, great cover art! The cassette plays great and so do the tunes!
Band Name Grateful Dead. Album Name Skeletons From The Closet : The Best Of. Type Compilation. Erscheinungsdatum 1973. Labels Warner Music Group. Musik GenrePsychedelic Rock. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen6. Anderen Alben von Grateful Dead.
The Dead pretend they’re a singles band in this collection of their best-known shorter tracks. The cumulative results are distinguished, not by profundity or virtuosity, but by a characteristic pleasantness. The album boasts attractive melodies and supple rhythmic patterns. But the anthology also exposes some ongoing weaknesses: dull recorded sound, thin instrumental arrangements, frail vocals (except for Bob Weir’s occasional leads) and, more generally, music consistently without sufficient emotional depth or narrative strength. The selections are well chosen and the album’s 45 minutes are generous by current single-LP standards. In This Article: The Grateful Dead.
Well, aparently The Grateful Dead mixed those and came up with a more psychedelic Beatles song. 2. Truckin': This song is probably on the top 3 most popular Grateful Dead songs. Probably because of how careless it sounds. I find the lyrics to be great, like "What in the world ever became of Sweet Jane, she lost her sparkle you know she isn't the same. Livin' on Reds, Vitamin C and Cocaine. All a good friend could say is isn't it a shame. The rythm guitaring and bass fit in with the drums great. The lyrics by Bob Weir seem like they have a great meaning to them and are stacked great, like "Saw my baby down by the river!!, knew she'd have to come up soon for air". I think the guitaring and cymbal patterns are extremley unique.