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Anniversary of Grateful Dead’s first album to be certified Gold. Original album tracks, newly remastered by GRAMMY ® Award-winning engineer, David Glasser with Plangent Process Speed Correction. On 180-gram, Black Vinyl with Tip-On Jacket & Sticker Insert. Produced for release by David Lemieux.

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Disc: 1

1 Bertha (Live at The Fillmore East, New York, NY, April 27, 1971) [2021 Remaster]
2 Mama Tried (Live at The Fillmore East, New York, NY, April 26, 1971) [2021 Remaster]
3 Big Railroad Blues (Live at The Fillmore East, New York, NY, April 5, 1971) [2021 Remaster]
4 Playing in the Band (Live at The Fillmore East, New York, NY, April 6, 1971) [2021 Remaster]

Disc: 2

1 The Other One (Live at The Fillmore East, New York, NY, April 28, 1971) [2021 Remaster]

Disc: 3

1 Me & My Uncle (Live at The Fillmore East, New York, NY, April 29, 1971) [2021 Remaster]
2 Big Boss Man (Live at The Fillmore East, New York, NY, April 26, 1971) [2021 Remaster]
3 Me & Bobby McGee (Live at The Fillmore East, New York, NY, April 27, 1971) [2021 Remaster]
4 Johnny B. Goode (Live at The Fillmore East, New York, NY, March 24, 1971) [2021 Remaster]

Disc: 4

1 Wharf Rat (Live at The Fillmore East, New York, NY, April 26, 1971) [2021 Remaster]
2 Not Fade Away / Goin'' Down the Road Feeling Bad (Live at The Fillmore East, New York, NY, April 5, 1

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sumguybuyer
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great CD. But Rhino should fix the graphics for historical importance...
Reviewed in the United States on January 15, 2019
Dear Dr. Rhino, I just ordered and received from Amazon.com a copy of your remastered CD of the album: “Grateful Dead” which was first released as a double album in 1971 as advertised on the link at:... See more
Dear Dr. Rhino,

I just ordered and received from Amazon.com a copy of your remastered CD of the album: “Grateful Dead” which was first released as a double album in 1971 as advertised on the link at:

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00007LTIM/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_U_1aJpCbVZG16SJ

I just want to make a suggestion/complaint regarding the packaging liner/artwork.

I see in the liner notes that you refer to the “Dead Freaks Unite” copy inside the original gatefold sleeve when the album was released.

However, since you are the stewards of these historical releases, I cannot for the life of me understand how your designers would not reproduce the actual text section of the “Dead Freaks Unite” as it appeared on the original cover design!

You even have some extra blank space on the booklet that came with the package, so there was certainly room for your designers to have it included.

It is very disappointing. (The same complaint applies to other official CD remasters. For example, on your first reissue of the Dead’s first WB studio album, you do not include the original mixes…though maybe you fixed in the recent reissue). Great to have added material. But it is not good stewardship to modify the album which was originally released, so new listeners can hear how it was historically presented.

Thank for you listening.

Respectfully,

Dead Fan
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Aztex
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Best Live Album EVER!
Reviewed in the United States on June 25, 2018
Still one of THE best Grateful Dead or any albums ever! I was heavily into the taper scene back in the 80''s and welcomed the Dick Picks and Vault releases but still go back to the standards of my favorite eras! EVERY cut is a gem and as good as they... See more
Still one of THE best Grateful Dead or any albums ever!

I was heavily into the taper scene back in the 80''s and welcomed the Dick Picks and Vault releases but still go back to the standards of my favorite eras!

EVERY cut is a gem and as good as they ever played!

Back in my HS days in the 70''s we were all about R&R and kept hearing the Dead were THE best but never agreed based upon the albums we had. Then I discovered this one and still remember playing Bertha for my friends giving birth to a whole bunch of Dead Heads.

This remaster is markedly better than previous releases! Clear crisp sound with better separation! Phil holds down the bottom end as good as ever, Bobby is in the pocket throughout and Jerry soars with a raw energy not found on other official releases. One drummer keeps it simple and Pigs vocals are great despite sunken organ in the mix.

I know for some rockers the entire Dead Head scene is a huge turn off and I got sick of it back in the lay 80''s but if you want to hear the Grateful Dead at it''s most concise rocking release look no further! Live Dead may be "better" but may be a bit much for newbies or folks who just want some Dead with their Stones, Beatles, Who, Hendrix etc...

One of my top 5 albums of ANY band
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Stuart JeffersonTop Contributor: The Beatles
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
ANNIVERSARY EDITION WITH ADDITIONAL LIVE TRACKS PLUS A NICE DECAL.
Reviewed in the United States on June 25, 2021
*****THIS IS A REVIEW OF THE 2021 EDITION WITH PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED TRACKS.***** If you''re reading this then you''re probably familiar with the original album. There''s no surprises there, but now we have tracks from July ''71 from the Fillmore West as a bonus.... See more
*****THIS IS A REVIEW OF THE 2021 EDITION WITH PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED TRACKS.*****

If you''re reading this then you''re probably familiar with the original album. There''s no surprises there, but now we have tracks from July ''71 from the Fillmore West as a bonus. And it''s a nice bonus indeed. There''s good things like "Good Lovin''", "Cryptical Envelopment/Drums/ "The Other One", and "Big Boss Man", and don''t forget a great "Playing In The Band, and "Wharf Rat" on the original album, that makes this worth owning. Four "stars" for the original album, but a fifth "star" for the previously unreleased Fillmore tracks.

The sound is very good--even the additional live tracks sound good. The packaging is similar to previous anniversary edition releases--the discs snap into trays inside a three panel cardboard package. There''s no lenticular cover as seen on some other previous anniversary editions. Plus there''s a pocket for the 14 page booklet. The booklet has some nice notes and period photos of the band--I still miss Pigpen. An added goodie is a large-ish decal featuring the skull and roses head we all recognize. For Dead fans this is worth adding to your shelf of fairly early live Dead.
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Mark H. Gaffney
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greatest rock and roll concert of all time...
Reviewed in the United States on February 9, 2021
There are probably a half dozen other live Dead albums with an equal claim. But this is the material I remember -- what the Dead was playing the first time I saw them. That was (I think) in January 1971. Five minutes into the concert, everyone in the auditorium... See more
There are probably a half dozen other live Dead albums with an equal claim. But this is the material I remember -- what the Dead was playing the first time I saw them. That was (I think) in January 1971.

Five minutes into the concert, everyone in the auditorium -- including me -- was on his or her feet, dancing. You couldn''t not dance. The rhythm and the music was off the charts -- electric.

Pigpen was alive then. Jerry Garcia was peaking. Wow. I think the early days were the best. Fond memories.
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John T
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Early 70s live album
Reviewed in the United States on January 24, 2021
This album was a big seller because of when it came out in the early 70s. It introduced 3 new songs and provided a taste of what the GD could sound like live. However, like many live albums released during that time period, it wasn''t exactly all live. There were overdubs of... See more
This album was a big seller because of when it came out in the early 70s. It introduced 3 new songs and provided a taste of what the GD could sound like live. However, like many live albums released during that time period, it wasn''t exactly all live. There were overdubs of lead and backing vocals as well as Pigpen''s organ parts. Also, the songs do not match any particular setlist, and were from several different concerts. Later GD live albums are mostly from a single concert or concerts in the order the songs were played. While the sound is good, this is not the best example of a GD live concert. It is a worthwhile album for GD fans to own, but it wouldn''t be my first choice for one of their live albums. However, since it is a single disc album, the cost is low and it might be a bad introductory album for live GD, as long as you realize that some other GD live albums are much better.
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J. Woody
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Skull & Roses the good edition
Reviewed in the United States on March 24, 2021
For Deadheads or just lovers of jam bands, “Skull & Roses” was one of their best released albums , featuring the new lean stripped down Dead in live performance. I picked up this edition and am glad I did so. The band’s marketing arm is releasing a new “re-mastered and... See more
For Deadheads or just lovers of jam bands, “Skull & Roses” was one of their best released albums , featuring the new lean stripped down Dead in live performance. I picked up this edition and am glad I did so. The band’s marketing arm is releasing a new “re-mastered and expanded” edition. If that one is anything like the 50th anniversary re-issues of the Workingman’s Dead and American Beauty albums, it will have jacked up Phil’s bass way out of proportion rendering it virtually unlistenable. This edition of Skull & Roses is just fine though, a very good digital reproduction of the original L.P. Vinyl release
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dylanfan1235
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
One of Grateful Dead''s best!
Reviewed in the United States on July 8, 2021
This album within itself is, not only one of the Grateful Dead''s best, it''s also one of the best live albums I''ve ever heard! The very best versions of "Bertha" and "Wharf Rat" can be found here - "Johnny B. Goode" ROCKS and "Mama Tried" & "Me & Bobby McGee" is enough to... See more
This album within itself is, not only one of the Grateful Dead''s best, it''s also one of the best live albums I''ve ever heard! The very best versions of "Bertha" and "Wharf Rat" can be found here - "Johnny B. Goode" ROCKS and "Mama Tried" & "Me & Bobby McGee" is enough to qualify the band as Country Music Hall of Fame contenders!

That being said... I have a big issue with the remastering of this 50th Anniversary edition! It''s VERY bass heavy - the guitars are too low in the mix and I couldn''t even hardly hear Pigpen''s organ until they got up to "Wharf Rat".

The 2003 remastered sound is MUCH better to my ears - you can actually hear the organ, the guitars are turned up to the correct volume and the bass isn''t soooo prominent! Phil Lesh is the coolest - he along with Geezer Butler from Black Sabbath are probably the best two bass players ever - but when it''s turned up as loud as this 50th anniversary edition is, it''s just too overbearing, drowning out the guitars and organ!

So 5 stars of course for the album! Probably 2 stars for the remastering!

I recommend the 2003 remaster for any fan of music!
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Paul W. Robinson
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
The Rhino remasters rarely disappoint. This is no exception
Reviewed in the United States on March 31, 2017
The Rhino remasters rarely disappoint. This is no exception. I must confess that back in the day I listened once (to the vinyl version) and put it away.. Truth is I didn''t even realize these songs were "live" performances until I searched "live Dead"...... See more
The Rhino remasters rarely disappoint. This is no exception. I must confess that back in the day I listened once (to the vinyl version) and put it away.. Truth is I didn''t even realize these songs were "live" performances until I searched "live Dead"... As long as it doesn''t become a distraction, I kind of like the ambient crowd noise, and you get very little if any of that here... Is it possible that a live performance can be too perfect? Try though I might, I was unable to detect a single misstep from a band known for their improvisational musicianship. Makes you wonder.
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Mr Blackwell
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Skull & Roses......... 50th anniversary release.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 28, 2021
First thing have to say,having seen the previous review,my bonus disc load/reads perfectly,so that would suggest a bad batch rather then entire pressing having a fault,shame if you get a dodgy one. What do you do when yer ears have been battered senseless for the last...See more
First thing have to say,having seen the previous review,my bonus disc load/reads perfectly,so that would suggest a bad batch rather then entire pressing having a fault,shame if you get a dodgy one. What do you do when yer ears have been battered senseless for the last couple of days with Motorhead/Sabbath box sets,yer brain over worked listening to the latest Dream Theater release and taking in all that perfection. Easy you put something on that is calm and soothing and will wash over you,thats where the Grateful Dead usually come in for me. I have never heard this before and now having listened a couple of times,i envy people that have had this in their life for 50 years. Wow disc 1 just top drawer Americana from a band who ,for me, moved up a gear with the ''Working Man Dead/American Beauty releases. The opening 4 tracks as good as it gets ''Bertha'',''Mama Said,''Big Railroad Blues'' and ''Playin in the Band'' before ''The Other One'' falls back into jammin'' territory. So it continues. Disc 2,truth be told isnt at the same level.more of a looser jammin good time had by the band feel about but the crowd aint complaining. Opener at approx 18 minutes ''Good Lovin'' sets the tone and by the time you have reached the finale ''Not Fade Away'' your smiling from ear to ear. A great reissue of a great album. Presented in nice digi pak fold out sleeve with insert and sticker contained in the sleeve
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Terrace Ghost
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
50th Anniversary Edition - Sounds Like new
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 11, 2021
First thought was that the remaster sounded a bit muddy, but after a minute you realise that it''s actually correcting a bit too much treble on the previous edition. The sound on this is actually massive and deep - Bill Kreutzmann''s drums on the Other One especially are a...See more
First thought was that the remaster sounded a bit muddy, but after a minute you realise that it''s actually correcting a bit too much treble on the previous edition. The sound on this is actually massive and deep - Bill Kreutzmann''s drums on the Other One especially are a revelation. This is, as the booklet says, primal Dead, the original quintet, but with Pigpen sadly fading slowly away (though you wouldn''t know that from Big Boss Man) and Bob Weir stepping up to graduate from second guitarist to front man and co-lead singer (he actually fronts more tracks than Jerry Garcia on this one), his rendition of Me & Bobby McGhee is as brilliantly sad as Playing In the Band''s first outing is stately and Me & My Uncle triumphantly irreverent. Garcia of course shines on Wharf Rat - maybe his and Hunter''s greatest composition (though the competition is stiff). As with all the 50th Anniversary releases, we have a second album of contemporary live recordings. The Port Arthur shows that came with the Workingman''s Dead and American Beauty re-issues had more or less covered this period, but the tracks here (from SF shows a few months after the original album) fill in the gaps left to fit 20 minutes a side - we get the full (That''s It For) The Other One and Not Fade Away/ Going Down the Road without the fade out. A good bonus if not quite up to last year''s. Most Deadheads will have this album already, but if you have, it''s worth the upgrade. If you haven''t, well, it''s really good.
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Paul
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Product is faulty - won''t play!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 25, 2021
I love the original album of this & was excited to order this expanded reissue. However, Disc 2 won''t read or play at all in my trusty & hitherto very reliable CD player - it generates a "Disc Not Finalized" error, which I am understanding is a mastering problem, rather...See more
I love the original album of this & was excited to order this expanded reissue. However, Disc 2 won''t read or play at all in my trusty & hitherto very reliable CD player - it generates a "Disc Not Finalized" error, which I am understanding is a mastering problem, rather than an issue in the CD pressing. I have recently had the very same problem with a Bob Dylan release (the "1970" compilation). This will be sent back by me, but I am not expecting the replacement to work either - it needs fixing in the mastering files. Come on record companies & fix/quality check your product first! :-( Buyers beware.
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christopher hugh courtenay
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The original Dead lineup. Just listen, and then listen again it gets better each time.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 3, 2021
For me this is the finest ever Grateful Dead recording.
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Direwolf59
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Terrible sound quality (Vinyl record)
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 26, 2021
I''ve owned this brilliant album on various formats over the last few decades but never heard it sound as bad as this?! The remastering is a complete mess....overblown base, muddy mids and non existent vocals (Mr. Garcia will be turning in his grave). and lots of very...See more
I''ve owned this brilliant album on various formats over the last few decades but never heard it sound as bad as this?! The remastering is a complete mess....overblown base, muddy mids and non existent vocals (Mr. Garcia will be turning in his grave). and lots of very audible pops, which on brand new vinyl not good. Returned for refund.
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