2021 new arrival Grateful Dead, The - Terrapin Station - Arista - 1C 064-99 306, EMI Electrola - wholesale 1C 064-99 sale 306 sale

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(first u.s. pressing, arista 7001) out of print vinyl lp record tested and professionally graded - RECORD = Very Good+ COVER = Very Good (cover has wear) INCLUDES: new mobile fidelity record sleeve, new plastic sleeve protecting record cover
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1 x Vinyl LP, Album
Germany 1977

A1 Estimated Prophet
A2 Dancin'' In The Streets
A3 Passenger
A4 Samson & Delilah
A5 Sunrise
Terrapin Station Part 1
B1 Lady With A Fan
B2 Terrapin Station
B3 Terrapin
B4 Terrapin Transit
B5 At A Siding
B6 Terrapin Flyer
B7 Refrain

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5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Why wasn''t this Disc 1 of the 50th anniversary set?
Reviewed in the United States on August 1, 2019
This album is superior to the 50th anniversary disc 1 set. Rhino did superior job of remastering, and the bonus tracks are great. If Rhino wasn''t going to put new bonus cuts (like maybe something from the Warlocks library) on the 50th disc 1, why didn''t they at least make... See more
This album is superior to the 50th anniversary disc 1 set. Rhino did superior job of remastering, and the bonus tracks are great. If Rhino wasn''t going to put new bonus cuts (like maybe something from the Warlocks library) on the 50th disc 1, why didn''t they at least make this disc the disc 1 of the 50th? They control the rights of BOTH.
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Mr Pen Name
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Considerable improvement over early pressings
Reviewed in the United States on September 7, 2021
Everything is more sensible, to be fair in the context of considerable hindsight. Things were a bit more experimental with the first go round, from the editing point of view. It sounded unusual in a bad way. Rhythm guitar was almost punky. But now they''ve... See more
Everything is more sensible, to be fair in the context of considerable hindsight. Things were a bit more experimental with the first go round, from the editing point of view. It sounded unusual in a bad way. Rhythm guitar was almost punky.

But now they''ve adopted a more conventional Grateful Dead live sound in the mix, which is good.

These aren''t the best live takes in the world, not the most polished or accomplished, but there is the edge of new material being given that pumps the adrenalyn a little bit.

The Bertha solo is one of the worst solos I''ve ever heard anywhere, be forewarned. But the playing improves after that first song

The orange vinyl is a nice touch.
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Jens Jensen
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Historical record
Reviewed in the United States on May 10, 2016
The value of this old recording is more historical than anything else. The sound quality is not great, and the band was really not yet ready for a major-label release in 1967. (To a certain degree, the same could be said for their follow-up, "[[ASIN:B00007LTIH Anthem of... See more
The value of this old recording is more historical than anything else. The sound quality is not great, and the band was really not yet ready for a major-label release in 1967. (To a certain degree, the same could be said for their follow-up, " Anthem of the Sun ," though that one has some spectacular jams on it.) I bought this album on vinyl when it first came out and listened to it quite a bit, mainly because they were so different from and more interesting than any other band at the time. A couple of years earlier (about 1965), I saw them one afternoon jamming/practicing in the gym at College of Marin, playing a few of the songs that eventually made it onto this album. The music attracted a smattering of students, who wandered in (and out) during the long jams. In those days, jam was something you put on bread, and more than a few people were put off by the lengthy improvisations. Bands generally played 2- to 3-minute songs; 4 minutes was considered long. Then, around 1968 I saw Grateful Dead play at the Fillmore in San Francisco. It was a revelation. I''ve always loved their studio albums but, as any fan knows, live Dead is always a unique experience. I''ve never been a Deadhead, but did see them live again a couple of times in the late ''70s and early ''80s. In fact, I hadn''t even gone to see the Dead that first time...I wanted to see Love play, but it turned out they weren''t nearly as good as the Dead. Anyway, I wouldn''t recommend this album to anyone looking for a quality recording. It is mostly for those who need to have all of the Dead''s music or are simply curious about what they sounded like at the beginning. Also, the best songs here have been played live many times and much better over the years. Two early live albums I like a lot are " Europe ''72 " and especially " Europe ''72 Vol. 2 ."
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William K. Davis
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
1990 German version
Reviewed in the United States on April 26, 2020
This is the 1990 version. Mine came from Monmox,and was made in Germany. I think it was poorly mastered. I ordered the Rhino version (2003) and I''m sure it will be better. Can''t tolerate an inferior version of this outrageous album.
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mark in ann arbor
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A relic, but a really cool relic...
Reviewed in the United States on May 7, 2010
Warner Brothers really didn''t know what they had gotten themselves into when they signed the Grateful Dead in 1966. RCA had signed the Airplane, the Dead seemed really popular, and Warners didn''t want to be left in the dust, so they hastily signed the wierdest group of... See more
Warner Brothers really didn''t know what they had gotten themselves into when they signed the Grateful Dead in 1966. RCA had signed the Airplane, the Dead seemed really popular, and Warners didn''t want to be left in the dust, so they hastily signed the wierdest group of hipsters, flipsters and tripsters to ever grace their hallowed corporate halls.

The band chose Dave Hassinger to produce their debut because he was the engineer on all those great Stones tracks they cut in Hollywood in ''65/''66 like "Satisfaction," "Get Off of My Cloud," etc. Overall, I think he did a decent job of recording them. But capturing the Dead''s special brand of magic would prove elusive in the studio, and most Deadheads would agree that the only real Dead was live Dead.

Still, there were those studio highlights along the way, and their debut is one of them. It has to be taken on its own terms, though--not unfairly held up to some fondly recalled Dead show decades ago. This was pretty much played live, apparently after the ingestion of a lot of ritalin they had gotten their hands on, which gave the whole thing a speedy, jangly, decidedly un-Deadlike, edge. Except for "Viola Lee Blues," as another reviewer noted--that one, to me, captures a brief snippet of the true S.F. jamming spirit. There''s a little bit of room for everybody to groove, and the band jells nicely together. A fitting closer to one of ''67''s overlooked gems.
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geochemistry
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New, New Minglewood Blues
Reviewed in the United States on October 15, 2017
Still my favorite Dead album. The New, New Minglewood Blues embodies the quintessential Grateful Dead vibe, even if it''s been lost on the later generations of Deadheads. This album is a must have in any collection.
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Kurt Gibson-Zeigler III
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great Dead Record
Reviewed in the United States on October 16, 2018
I Loved this Record. when it first came out.I don''t remember how many Lp''s of this i played to death and No Pun intended. I remember seeing them at the Fillmore. when the album came out. I loved the dead as they gave the crowd their
Moneys worth.
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the best...pre dead heads...yea...the best.
Reviewed in the United States on June 26, 2021
things were simple.most of us had bad shoes...one new pendleton each winter an'' my board still rides good.the golden road.
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Mohammad A. Rahman
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Dawn Of The Dead
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 26, 2004
NOTE: This is a review of the 2001 remaster. Superb debut from the Grateful Dead. Speedy, adrenaline-fueled rhythm and blues covers and sparkling, summer-of-love originals such as "The Golden Road (To Unlimited Devotion)". This classic album has been wonderfully...See more
NOTE: This is a review of the 2001 remaster. Superb debut from the Grateful Dead. Speedy, adrenaline-fueled rhythm and blues covers and sparkling, summer-of-love originals such as "The Golden Road (To Unlimited Devotion)". This classic album has been wonderfully remastered and expanded - some of the original tracks are actually in their complete versions so instead of an inappropriate fade you get to hear the song played right to the end. Excellent choice of tracks for the bonus selections and wonderfully packaged.
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A.Ward
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A little nostalgia
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 21, 2011
Yes, I can remember way back when.....this band and bands like it were our lives! Stranglely (?), in vinyl terms this was the only album I''d bought of the GD and had always remembered the music on the album. Finally decided to buy it on CD and it''s just as good, though I...See more
Yes, I can remember way back when.....this band and bands like it were our lives! Stranglely (?), in vinyl terms this was the only album I''d bought of the GD and had always remembered the music on the album. Finally decided to buy it on CD and it''s just as good, though I prefer to remember Jerry Garcia as ''my'' designer of ties!
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Egon
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Ok
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 8, 2018
Ok
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Stephen Allen
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great value
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 16, 2020
entertainment
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J. D. Ruddick
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Classic Dead
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 14, 2016
10/10 the first album by the Dead.
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