As we wish Today, a Happy Birthday to Bob Weir, the time is perfect for a ‘Grateful Dead At their Bests’ post

As we wish, today, American musician Bob Weir a Happy 73th Birthday, the time has come to playlist the ‘BESTS’ of his band : Grateful Dead


Photo : Suzie Katz

Audio : Friend of the Devil . Casey Jones . Ripple . Truckin’ . Sugar Magnolia . Box of Rain . Brokedown Palace . Touch of Grey . Candyman . Uncle John’s Band .

Video : Ripple . Truckin’ Live . Scarlet Begonias . Friend Of The Devil . Uncle Johns Band . Althea . Sugar Magnolia . Shakedown Street . Sugaree . Fire On The Mountain . So Many Roads . Eyes Of The World . Peggy O . Casey Jones . St. Stephen . The Brokedown Palace . Dire Wolf . Bertha . Terrapin Station . Not Fade Away . Wharf Rat . Tennessee Jed . Deep Elem Blues . He’s Gone .


Grateful Dead’s ‘From the Mars Hotel’ is a studio album recorded in April 1974 and released on June 27, 1974 by Grateful Dead Records. >>

The Grateful Dead ‘s ‘Blues for Allah’ is a studio album recorded at Bob Weir’s home studio and released on September 1, 1975 by Grateful Dead Records >>

Grateful Dead’s ‘In the Dark’ is their twelfth (and first in six years ago) studio album recorded in January 1987 and released on July 6, 1987 by Arista. >>

The Grateful Dead ‘s ‘Wake of the Flood’ is a studio album (the first without founding member Ron ‘Pigpen’ McKernan) released on October 15, 1973 by Grateful Dead Records. >>

Grateful Dead’ s ‘Anthem of the Sun’ is their second album co-produced with David Hassinger and released on July 18, 1968 by Warner Bros. >>

Grateful Dead’ s ‘American Beauty’ is a studio album co-produced with Steve Barncard and released on November 1, 1970 by Warner Bros. >>

Grateful Dead’s ‘Workingman’s Dead’ is their fourth studio album released on June 14, 1970 Warner Bros. >>




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