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Grateful Dawg OST [Live, Soundtrack]

Jerry Garcia & David Grisman Audio CD

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1. Intro
2. Grateful Dawg (Live)
3. Wayfaring Stranger
4. Sweet Sunny South
5. Old And In The Way Intro
6. Pig In A Pen
7. Dawg's Waltz
8. Sitting Here in Limbo
9. Off to Sea Once More
10. Jenny Jenkins
11. Arabia
12. Arabia
13. The Thrill Is Gone
14. Friend of the Devil
15. Grateful Dawg (Studio)

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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Love that Grateful Dawg! 2 Oct 2001
By Kenneth M. Gelwasser - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I found this CD by accident while I was searching around the same section for the Grateful Dead's newly released Night Fall of Diamonds.(Yes, I'm a admitted "Deadhead") I have for sometime enjoyed the CD releases of the team up of mandolin player David "Dawg" Grisman and the late guitar legend Jerry Garcia. These releases are quite different from Garcia's work with the Dead and harken back to the folk roots that he started with.If you have any interest in folk, blues or bluegrass you will enjoy this wide ranging overview of the Garcia-Grisman collaboration.My personal favorites from this disc include the beautiful "Sittin Here in Limbo",or the somber" Off to the Sea Once More" and the very funny "Jenny Jenkins". Yes, if you have their other albums, there is much duplication. But this does make a wonderful sampler that will keep your toes tapping as it plays on the car stereo.
19 of 20 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Pickin' and Grinnin' 18 Feb 2002
By Richard Wells - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
"Grateful Dawg" is a hoot and a holler. It's the soundtrack to the documentary movie of the same name. The movie is the musical love story of two hairy guys making lots of music, and the soundtrack is lots of music. It clocks in at almost 76 minutes, (just about 4 minutes shorter than the movie,) and that alone gives this CD an extra star. (Corporate music take note.) The movie and soundtrack follow Grisman and Garcia's relationship from 1964 to Garcia's death, and it's a privilege to listen to these guys get better and better. I've never been a big fan of the Dead, too much noodling and doodling, but Garcia away from the band is another story all together. Grisman I've always liked, and his perfection mixes well with Garcia's more relaxed approach. Oddly enough, years of cigarettes and substance abuse seemed to have improved Garcia's voice. The early recordings have him straining way outside his range while the later stuff has him in a range all his own. That distinctive Garcia voice. We only get to hear Grisman on "Jenny Jenkins," a tongue-twisting children's song, which is a shame because he can sing. It's the picking, though, that has these guys joined at the hip. This is the sound of twenty nimble fingers, and the concentration and joy of making music comes through loud and clear. They're backed by Joe Craven (percussion and violin,) and Jim Kerwin (bass,) on the later stuff, but even though Grisman and Garcia are out front the playing is ensemble. We also get a taste of Bill Monroe, Peter Rowan, Vassar Clements, and Ewan MacColl. I've heard it said that jazz, in its complexity, is America's answer to European classical music, but when you hear the chamber music of "Grateful Dawg," it's clear that jazz isn't the only answer, and I think this stuff is much more fun.
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A great introduction 19 Sep 2001
By Linwood I. Greer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I enjoy the collaborations between Grisman and Garcia way too much to even attempt to be objective. This soundtrack contains some previously released material as well as live versions of some of the tunes that were recorded in Grisman's basement studio in the 90s and released on their collections on Acoustic Disc. If you own the David & Jerry catalogue, you may be put off by the duplicity but then again, maybe not. Can you really have too much of this wonderful stuff? This CD is a perfect intro to the work of these acoustic masters just sharing the joy.
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5.0 out of 5 stars My "Deadhead" hubby loves this album! 30 Nov 2009
By Susan Anderson - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
If you love Jerry Garcia, you will not be disappointed with "Grateful Dawg" featuring Jerry Garcia and David Grisman! This album combines acoustic bluegrass with a jazz style that is mellow and toe-tapping at the same time.

I purchased the "Grateful Dawg" CD for my lovin' hubby's birthday last spring. He was thrilled to get it and listened to it right away. His comments have included that it is probably one of the best presents I have ever given him in our 20+ years of marriage.

He now keeps the CD in his car and listens to it almost every day! He saw Jerry Garcia and the Dead several times during his college years plus he has all the Dead albums. Add in a love for bluegrass music to the mix and this album is perfect for the Garcia fan who appreciates his style of musical genius and great talent.
4.0 out of 5 stars Interesting project 1 April 2013
By markkek - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
got this to cop some Grisman mando licks, glad I got it, though I'm honestly not a huge fan, just listening that's all
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