Grateful Dead Download Series Family Dog
Grateful Dead Download Series: Family Dog at the Great Highway is the first non-sequential release in a series of live digital downloads of the band the Grateful Dead. It was released on December 6, 2005 along with Grateful Dead Download Series Volume 8. The show was recorded from a February 4, 1970 show at the Family Dog at the Great Highway in San Francisco, California. Three of the songs were actually aired on a PBS special during that time.
Additional material was added to complete the disc. "Dancing in the Streets" from October 5, 1970 and "Monkey and the Engineer" and "Good Lovin'" from December 31, 1970 made it onto the release.
A Night... was mastered in HDCD by Jeffrey Norman.
... Grateful Dead Jerry Garcia lead guitar, vocals Bob Weir rhythm guitar, vocals Ron "Pigpen" McKernan organ, harmonica, vocals Bill Kreutzmann drums Mickey Hart drums, percussion Phil Lesh bass ... the Grateful Dead Nightfall of Diamonds Postcards of the Hanging Steppin' Out with the Grateful Dead England '72 Go to Nassau Birth of the Dead The Closing of Winterland Rockin' the Rhein with the Grateful Dead ... Studio Albums All the Years Combine The DVD Collection Videography The Grateful Dead Movie Dead Ahead So Far Dead Ringers The Making of Touch of Grey Backstage Pass Infrared ...
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