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Grateful Dead Conspiracy » Live Grateful Dead Songs » Money Money » US Blues by the Grateful Dead ~ RockBand DLC 05/18, Expert Guitar/Vocals 100% SR FC Video Footage

US Blues By The Grateful Dead ~ RockBand DLC 05/18, Expert Guitar/Vocals 100% SR FC Video Footage

Grateful Dead - Money, Money

DLC Release 05/18/2010 ~ Grateful Dead Pack 03 US Blues is the first track from Grateful Dead from the Mars Hotel, the seventh studio album by the Grateful Dead. The album is generally regarded as one of the group's best mid-1970s studio releases. It was mostly recorded in April 1974 and originally released on June 27, 1974. It was the second release under the band's own label, Grateful Dead Records, after fulfilling their contract with Warner Bros. Records. This was the final album before the band's hiatus from touring in October 1974 during which time the band would finish up the film editing of The Grateful Dead Movie. Two songs off this album were rarely played live ("Unbroken Chain" was played 10 times in 1995; "Money Money" was played three times in May 1974) and one was never played live ("Pride of Cucamonga"). "Pride of Cucamonga" and "Unbroken Chain" are both songs sung by bassist Phil Lesh, making these Lesh's final lead vocal work for the Dead for over ten years. When held upside down in front of a mirror, the graphic on the front of the album cover appears to say "Ugly Rumors" which inspired the name of former British Prime Minister Tony Blair's band, Ugly Rumours. Genre: Classic Rock ●●●○○ Band ●●●○○ Guitar ●●●●● Drums ●●●○○ Vocals ●●○○○ Bass Guitar: ProffessorJoe Would have been fun but they charted way too many strum notes and instead it just made them annoying. Cumberland Blues was probably the most fun, it wasn't strum central ...

The Grateful Dead: The End of the Road - The Final Tour '95

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The Grateful Dead: The End of the Road - The Final Tour '95

Grateful Dead - Money, Money

No rock band ever attracted a more loyal audience than the Grateful Dead, whose followers would often travel alongside the band, drifting from show to show, selling food, T-shirts, or trinkets in the parking lots of their venues in order to pay for their tickets, or simply panhandling from more solvent fans to scrape up enough money to move onto the next show. The downside of the "Deadheads" bohemian carnival lifestyle became clear during the Dead's 1995 summer tour, during which violence between the audience and security forces led to the cancellation of one show, and a horde of ticketless fans tore down a fence at another concert, turning it into a free event -- much to the band's consternation. The End of the Road is a documentary that looks at the events of the summer 1995 tour, which proved to be the group's last when guitarist and leader Jerry Garcia died a month later. While the film features no performance footage of the Grateful Dead, The End of the Road does include interviews with several group members, including Bob Weir, Phil Lesh, and Mickey Hart, as well as a number of people who worked with the Dead and the many Deadheads who followed the band. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
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