The GRATEFUL DEAD – ” The Grateful Dead ” 50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition

Posted: January 23, 2017 in ALBUMS, MUSIC
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The Grateful Dead: 50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition presents the original 1967 album on Disc 1 and an unreleased concert from July 29th, 1966 in Vancouver, Canada on Disc 2. The first disc has been remastered from the original tapes by David Glasser and restored via Plangent Processes (a tape transfer technique which has been used on other Dead projects). The second disc has been mastered by Jeffrey Norman. Exact packaging has not been revealed, but the reissue will feature new liner notes by Jesse Jarnow. Also being released on the same day is 12-inch picture disc LP limited to 10,000 copies featuring the remastered version of the original album. These releases kick off a series for the Dead which will see similar reissues for every one of the band’s studio albums tied in to the 50th anniversary of each album – which should take the series through 2039

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of The Grateful Dead‘s debut album, the band will launch a special album reissue series in January that will include two-disc deluxe editions and limited edition vinyl picture disc versions of all the group’s studio and live albums.

Grateful Dead Jerry Garcia — lead guitar, vocals, arrangement Bill Kreutzmann — drums Phil Lesh — bass guitar, vocals Ron “Pigpen” McKernan — keyboards, harmonica, vocals Bob Weir — guitar, vocals

Proceedings kick off on January 20th with the release of a deluxe edition of their self-titled debut. To coincide with this momentous event,

 

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