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  • Performer: Dylan & The Dead
  • Album: Dylan & The Dead
  • Label: Columbia
  • Catalog #: 19075806771
  • MP3: 1656 mb | FLAC: 1394 mb
  • Released: 21 Apr 2018
  • Country: Europe
  • Style: Folk Rock, Psychedelic Rock
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 507
  • Category: Rock
Dylan & The Dead - Dylan & The Dead Album FLAC

Tracklist

1All Along The Watchtower
Written-By – B. Dylan
6:24
2I Want You
Written-By – B. Dylan
4:04
3Queen Jane Approximately
Written-By – B. Dylan
6:38
4Slow Train
Written-By – B. Dylan
4:57
5Joey
Written-By – B. Dylan, J. Levy
9:23
6Gotta Serve Somebody
Written-By – B. Dylan
5:51
7Knockin' On Heaven's Door
Written-By – B. Dylan
6:51

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
OC 45056, C 45056Dylan & The Dead Dylan & The Dead - Dylan & The Dead ‎(LP, Album)Columbia, ColumbiaOC 45056, C 45056US1989
OCT-45056Dylan & The Dead Dylan & The Dead - Dylan & The Dead ‎(Cass, Album)ColumbiaOCT-45056Canada1989
177.130/1-463381Bob Dylan & The Dead Bob Dylan & The Dead - Dylan & The Dead ‎(LP, Album)CBS177.130/1-463381Brazil1989
CK 45056Dylan & The Dead Dylan & The Dead - Dylan & The Dead ‎(CD, Album, Club)ColumbiaCK 45056US1989
OC 45056, C 45056Dylan & The Dead Dylan & The Dead - Dylan & The Dead ‎(LP, Album)Columbia, ColumbiaOC 45056, C 45056US1989

Credits

  • Administrator [Grateful Dead Office]Annette Flowers, Basia Raizene, Diane Geoppo, Eileen Law, Janet Knudsen, Maruska Nelson, Mary Jo Meinolf, Nancy Mallonee, Sue Stephens
  • Artwork [Cover Art]Rick Griffin
  • Coordinator [Album Coordination], Tour ManagerJon McIntire
  • Crew [Club Front]Brian Williams , Dick Latvala, Bill Legate
  • Crew [Grateful Dead Crew]Bill Candelario, Billy Grillo, Bob Bralove, Harry Popick, Ram Rod, Robbie Taylor , Steve Parish
  • Crew [Trucking]Mike Fisher
  • EngineerGuy Charbonneau, John Cutler
  • Engineer [Additional]Billy Rothschild, Chris Wiskes, David Roberts , Gary Hedden, Peter Miller
  • LayoutAllen Weinberg
  • Legal [Legal Counsel]Hal Kant
  • Lighting Director [Lighting Designer]Candace Brightman
  • Mastered By [Digital Mastering]Joe Gastwirt
  • Performer, Band [Grateful Dead]Bill Kreutzmann, Bob Dylan, Bob Weir, Brent Mydland, Jerry Garcia, Mickey Hart, Phil Lesh
  • Photography ByHerb Greene
  • ProducerJerry Garcia, John Cutler
  • Producer [Concert Sound]Dan Healy
  • Promotion [Publicity]Dennis McNally
  • Tour Manager [Assistant]Cameron Sears

Notes

RSD 2018 release - Limited to 5000 copies.

© 1989, 2018 and ℗ 1989 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment. All rights reserved. Made in the EU. BIEM/GEMA / LC00162.

Recorded Live - July 1987
Mixed At Club Front, San Rafael, California - November 1988.
45056 © 1989 Grateful Dead Productions Inc.

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Barcodes

  • Barcode (Text): 1 9075-80677-1 1
  • Label Code: LC00162
  • Rights Society: BIEM/GEMA
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): MRP1083 / 19075806771 - A 167616E1/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): MRP1083 / 19075806771 - B 167616E2/A

Companies

  • Distributed By – Sony Music Entertainment
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Columbia Records
  • Copyright (c) – Columbia Records
  • Mixed At – Club Front
  • Pressed By – Memphis Record Pressing – MRP1083
  • Mastered At – GZ Media – 167616E

Info

Dylan & the Dead is a collaborative live album by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan and the Grateful Dead, released on February 6, 1989 by Columbia Records. The album consists of seven songs written and sung by Dylan, with the Grateful Dead providing accompaniment. The album was produced by Jerry Garcia and John Cutler. Dylan & the Dead was recorded in 1987, during a successful stadium tour of the same name, that featured the two artists performing separately and together. Songs from two of the. Dylan & The Dead: I Want You, Gotta Serve Somebody, Slow Train и другие песни. All Along the WatchtowerLive at Anaheim Stadium, Anaheim, CA - July 1987. DYLAN BOB, Grateful Dead, Dylan & The Dead. Dylan And The Dead Released 01181988. Produced By Jerry Garcia and John Cutler. Engineered by John Cutler and Guy Charbonneau. Additional Engineers - Gary Hedden, David Roberts, Peter Miller, Billy Rothschild, Chris Wiskes. Grateful Dead Office - Eileen Law, Janet Knudsen, Sue Stephens, Mary Jo Meinolf, Maruska Nelson, Annette Flowers, Basia Raizene, Diane Geoppo, Nancy Mallonee. Club Front - Bill Legate, Brian Williams, Dick Latvala Cover Art - Rick Griffin Photograph - Herb Greene Layout - Allen Weinberg Publicity - Dennis McNally. Quite possibly the worst album by either Bob Dylan or the Grateful Dead, the live Dylan & the Dead completely squanders its promise. Working from an intriguing selection of songs - it includes staples like Knockin' on Heaven's Door and more obscure gems like Joey - the Dead and Dylan contribute listless, meandering versions that are simply boring. Both artists have done much better - reportedly they have done better together, according to various bootleg fans - but Dylan & the Dead is a sad, disheartening document. Track Listing. Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 1989 CD от Dylan & The Dead на & The Dead 1989. To favorites 4 Download album. Listen album. Classic Rock Folk-Rock Psychedelic Rock. Bob Dylan , The Grateful Dead. Songs in album Dylan & The Dead 1989. Bob Dylan Grateful Dead - Slow Train. Bob Dylan Grateful Dead - I Want You. Bob Dylan Grateful Dead - Gotta Serve Somebody. Bob Dylan Grateful Dead - Queen Jane Approximately. Bob Dylan Grateful Dead - Joey. Bob Dylan Grateful Dead -. In fact, despite the presence of the Dead, the album is an all-too-typical late-Eighties Dylan album, fascinating for the expectations it raises and frustrating in the ways it keeps missing the mark. Yet theres evidence that Dylan and the Dead had a good thing going, intermittently anyway. The Deads elastic rhythms are well suited to the shuffle beat of Dylans 79 sermonettes Slow Train and Gotta Serve Somebody. The Dylan-Dead tour was a historic collaboration certainly worth recording for posterity. Dylan & the Dead, though, makes you wonder what the fuss was about. You really had to be there. This is a story from the February 23, 1989 issue of Rolling Stone. Listen to music from Dylan & The Dead like Slow Train, I Want You & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Dylan & The item:Dylan & The Dead by Bob Dylan Audio CD . Only 4 left in stock - order soon. Out of print in the U. 1989 live album recorded during the legendary tour that these two legendary acts, sharing the stage and rippin' it up night after night. Seven tracks. For a man openly hostile to tie-dyed nostalgia, Bob Dylan's 1987 summer tour with the Grateful Dead was a confounding event indeed. The result on this concert recording is Dylan warbling across the usual Dead groove: neither rock nor roll. For the July 1987 shows collected on Dylan & the Dead which was released almost two years after the tour, producers Jerry Garcia and John Cutler mostly stuck to songs familiar to people who buy stop-gap live albums like this. I Want You, All Along the Watchtower, Knockin' on Heaven's Door and Slow Train which netted some rock-radio airplay are among the LP's seven cuts. But the record, like many of the shows Dylan and the Dead played together, was a major snoozer

Zetadda
This shit rocks hard af. Nice rich low end and better than average clarity, nice open soundstage, full, spacious sound. The mastering is pretty decent on this, captures the live feel well, nice warm undertones, nice dynamics, vocals sound present like Bob is performing in front of you. As far as I can tell this reissue sounds pretty damn good besides when Bob sounds like a duck on "I Want You" but that's just the way he sings. Nice release here. 9/10. Pressing quality is tops, no warps, centered properly and absolutely no surface noise. Super sick looking vinyl too for all you tie-die 60s hippie dead head enthusiasts. ????????Btw...this is the first vinyl reissue of this album since its original release in '89
huckman
Is this pressed from the 2009 remaster? It seems a lot better than I remember. The crowd sounds like normal people instead of chipmunks and the bass is big and deep. I like it.
Cordanius
I haven’t heard this new one yet, but I have an original euro pressing and that original sounds pretty damn good. Worlds better than the cd.
Naa
Agreed. I don't recall the original pressing sounding this good.
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