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David Crosby (with Jerry Garcia, Phil Lesh & Nickey Hart) - Live At The Matrix, December (1970) [2014]

Rock | Author: jonson | 22-07-2015, 21:00
David Crosby (with Jerry Garcia, Phil Lesh & Nickey Hart) - Live At The Matrix, December (1970) [2014]Artist: David Crosby (with Jerry Garcia, Phil Lesh & Nickey Hart)
Title Of Album: Live At The Matrix, December 1970
Year Of Release: 1970 (2014)
Label (Catalog#): Keyhole: KHCD9021
Country: UK
Genre: Rock, Psychedelic Rock
Quality: FLAC (tracks + .cue,log,scans)
Bitrate: Lossless
Time: 01:02:49
Full Size: 279 mb

Tracklist:

01. Drop Down Mama 04:17
02. Cowboy Movie 09:46
03. Triad 09:47
04. The Wall Song 07:52
05. Bertha 04:14
06. Deep Elem Blues 07:14
07. Motherless Children 09:01
08. Laughing 10:38

David Crosby – Vocals, Guitar
Jerry Garcia – Vocals, Lead Guitar
Phil Lesh – Bass
Mickey Hart – Drums

During the rehearsals and recording sessions for If I Could Only Remember My Name, David Crosby and three members of the Grateful Dead – Jerry Garcia, Phil Lesh and Mickey Hart – played three dates at San Francisco’s Matrix club, December 15th, 16th & 17th, 1970. These rare recordings, from an afternoon rehearsal and an evening live show, capture this unique configuration performing a variety of Dead, Byrds and Crosby material with pretty good sound considering the casual nature of the get-together. The afternoon session is a great, fly-on-the-wall band rehearsal, as Crosby leads the Dead core through arrangements of “Eight Miles High” and “Cowboy Movie.” While there are instances of overloaded mics and sloppy exploration, once the band gets into a groove, and Garcia starts to take off, it’s a joyous sound indeed. The fusion of Crosby’s and Garcia’s styles is more pronounced than what would eventually be heard on If I Could Only Remember My Name… and is all the better for it. Blissed out expansions of DC’s “Triad” and “The Wall Song” are a delight. The live show has circulated as the Dec. 15th show since it first surfaced, though the rehearsal is thought to be from the 16th, based on some of Crosby’s dialog during the tapings. The band alternately called themselves David & The Dorks, David & The Ding-A-Lings and Jerry & The Jets, but were originally billed at the Matrix as Jerry Garcia & Friends. There’s more Crosby in the archives.






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