Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Grateful Dead - Fillmore West 1969: The Complete Recordings (2005)



Grateful Dead
Fillmore West 1969
The Complete Recordings

2/27/69
CD 1
1. Good Morning, Little Schoolgirl
2. Doin' that Rag
3. That's It for the Other One

CD 2
1. Dupree's Diamond Blues >
2. Mountains of the Moon >
3. Dark Star >
4. St. Stephen >
5. The Eleven >
6. Turn On Your Lovelight
7. Cosmic Charlie

2/28/69
CD 3
1. Morning Dew
2. Good Morning, Little Schoolgirl
3. Doin' that Rag
4. I'm a King Bee
5. Turn On Your Lovelight

CD 4
1. That's It for the Other One >
2. Dark Star >
3. St. Stephen >
4. The Eleven >
5. Death Don't Have No Mercy

CD 5
1. Alligator >
2. Drums >
3. Jam >
4. Caution (Do Not Stop on Tracks) >
5. Feedback >
6. We Bid You Goodnight

3/1/69
CD 6
1. That's It for the Other One >
2. New Potato Caboose >
3. Doin' that Rag >
4. Cosmic Charlie

CD 7
1. Dupree's Diamond Blues
2. Mountains of the Moon
3. Dark Star >
4. St. Stephen >
5. The Eleven >
6. Turn On Your Lovelight
7. Hey Jude

3/2/69
CD 8
1. Dark Star >
2. St. Stephen >
3. The Eleven >
4. Turn On Your Lovelight

CD 9
1. Doin' that Rag
2. That's It for the Other One >
3. Death Don't Have No Mercy
4. Morning Dew

CD 10
1. Alligator >
2. Drums >
3. Jam >
4. Caution (Do Not Stop on Tracks) >
5. Feedback >
6. We Bid You Goodnight

Bonus Disc - all tracks recorded at the Carousel Ballroom/Fillmore West in San Francisco
1. Caution (Do Not Stop on Tracks) (6/68)
2. He Was a Friend of Mine (6/8/69) >
3. China Cat Sunflower (6/8/69) >
4. New Potato Caboose (6/8/69)
5. China Cat Sunflower (2/7/70) >
6. I Know You Rider (2/7/70) >
7. High Time (2/7/70)

Mp3 [320] - HERE!

3 comments:

  1. Wow! Thanks a ton for posting this. I actually bought one of the original limited edition versions. My roommate's dog ate it. And I mean ATE IT! This is a really amazing block of music. They were obviously trying to perfect that Dark Star>St Stephen>The Eleven>Limelight suite, and I'd say they nailed it. These were also to the best of my knowledge the first live 16 track recording in the history of the music business, and required them to log around an unbelievably heavy rig. So heavy they couldn't actually get it into the venue and instead had to run cables out to a truck outside with the recording unit in it.

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