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Grateful Dead Conspiracy » Live Grateful Dead Songs » Beat It On Down The Line » Beat It On Down The Line by the Grateful Dead ~ RockBand DLC 05/18, Expert Drums/Bass 99/99 SR Video Clip

Beat It On Down The Line By The Grateful Dead ~ RockBand DLC 05/18, Expert Drums/Bass 99/99 SR Video Clip

Grateful Dead - Beat It On Down The Line

DLC Release 05/18/2010 ~ Grateful Dead Pack 03 Beat It On Down The Line is the 2nd track from The Grateful Dead, the debut album of the Grateful Dead. It was recorded by Warner Bros. Records, and was released in March 1967. The album was recorded primarily at Studio A in Los Angeles in only four days. The band had wanted to record the album in their hometown of San Francisco, but no good recording studios existed in the area at the time. Demands by Warner Bros. resulted in four of the tracks, originally longer, being cut short. Phil Lesh comments in his autobiography that "to my ear, the only track that sounds at all like we did at the time is Viola Lee Blues. ... None of us had any experience with performing for recording ... although the whole process felt a bit rushed." The album was seen as "a big deal in San Francisco." Even though this was true, it did not see much air play on AM radio stations outside San Francisco. It would be a couple of months before free-form FM radio stations began to take shape. Warner Bros. threw the band a release party at the Fugazi Hall in North Beach. Joe Smith is noted for saying he is "proud that Warner Bros. is introducing the Grateful Dead to the world." A remastered version with the full versions of five album tracks, plus six bonus tracks, was released by Rhino in as part of the box set The Golden Road (1965-1973) in 2001, and as a separate album in 2003. The disc was made of a thick vinyl similar to old 78 rpm records, which was ...



2 Responses to “Beat It On Down The Line by the Grateful Dead ~ RockBand DLC 05/18, Expert Drums/Bass 99/99 SR Video Clip”

  1. elblackhavoc says:

    good SR!! #FTW

  2. cicabeot1 says:

    So much Grateful Dead. Soon the only songs I will remember are Hell in a Bucket, Alabama Getaway, and Franklin's Tower.

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