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Track Title Genre Track Description PlayLink
A TOUCH OF GREY (Bluegrass) Country (Bluegrass) The Grateful Dead have a strong connection to Roots music in their own recordings, this song follows the Folk process one step further, where the next generation of Dead enthusiasts can step forward. Click to Listen
A TOUCH OF GREY (Instrumental) Rock/Pop Elevator Lounge or Muzak version of the classic eighties Grateful Dead track, the band’s only song to reach the Top 40, featuring Alto Sax melody, (solo at 3:00), El. Guitar on Bridge at 1:50, Vocal refrain at the Outro. Click to Listen
CASEY JONES (Bluegrass) Country (Bluegrass) Instrumental Bluegrass arrangement for the perenial Grateful Dead favorite.  Features 6-piece Nashville ensemble, the Grassmasters.  Down from the mountain, quirky, novel and ironic. Click to Listen
CASEY JONES (Instrumental) Rock/Pop Instrumental arrangement for the perenial Grateful Dead favorite.  Sax duet for choruses, Slide Guitar for the Bridges.  Signature Guitar solo at 2:10.  ‘Elevated’ Dead sits well for any Muzak situation, grocery aisle, cocktail lounge or dentist chair. Click to Listen
COLD RAIN AND SNOW (Bluegrass) Country (Bluegrass) This Traditional song, made famous by the Grateful Dead, is re-arranged in Bluegrass style with Background Vocals on the refrain.  Pickin’ and grinning, down from the mountain, and other cliches apply. Click to Listen
CUMBERLAND BLUES (Bluegrass) Country (Bluegrass) This classic Grateful Dead tune is re-arranged in the Bluegrass style with Partial Vocals.  5-piece fully acoustic Nashville group, featuring members of Ricky Scaggs’ Band and regulars from the Grand Ol’ Opry. Click to Listen
DIRE WOLF (Bluegrass) Country (Bluegrass) Perfect marriage, as Jerry Garcia has provided on many of his own recordings, that the Grateful Dead and Bluegrass belong together.  This fine Garcia/Hunter composition floats effortlessly over Bluegrass style and instrumentation. Click to Listen
EASY TO LOVE YOU (Instrumental) Rock/Pop Instrumental arrangement for the Grateful Dead tune circa 1980.  Quirky blend of Guitar melody against Woodwinds and Reeds in the Choruses.  ARP synth solo at 1:30, Steel Drums in the ensemble.  Trinidad goes Elevator Lounge. Click to Listen
ESTIMATED PROPHET (Instrumental) Rock/Pop Only the Grateful Dead could get away with putting a reggae song in 7/4 time.  Now Tower of Power instrumentalist’s, Cortez & Politzer, take a outlandish run at it.  Layers of Wah Wah, synth Harmonica, Sax Section figures, all here for jah, mon! Click to Listen
FRIEND OF THE DEVIL (Bluegrass) Country (Bluegrass) Runnin’ from the law, juggling two women, illegitamate child, yes . . . makings of a good soap.  But, this is the Instrumental version.  A Bluegrass interpretation as well, with plenty of intrigue. Click to Listen
FRIEND OF THE DEVIL (Instrumental) Rock/Pop Elevated Dead, instrumental Grateful Dead Standard with a cocktail lounge send up.  Elevator music or Muzak interpretation, mainly a Guitar feature with melodies on Slide & Wah Wah, supported by Bass & Brush work with Harmonica noodling in the background. Click to Listen
GOLDEN ROAD, THE (Instrumental) Rock/Pop Instrumental re-arrnagement of the classic 1st cut on the Grateful Dead’s first record for WB.  Featuring Tower of Power’s lead Tenor Sax and Guitarist, complimented with full Horn Section.  Hammond B3 solo at :30, Guitar solo at 1:00. Click to Listen
LOST SAILOR (Instrumental) Rock/Pop One of the Grateful Dead’s most progressive and adventurous musical excursions, this re-arranged Jazz-Rock Instrumental version features Alto Sax, Guitar and Harmonica Patch for leads.  Gutar solo at 3:20.  6-Piece San Francisco studio cats cut live. Click to Listen
MISSISSIPPI HALF STEP (Bluegrass) Country (Bluegrass) Perfect marriage, as Jerry Garcia has provided on many of his own recordings, that the Grateful Dead and Bluegrass belong together.  This fine Garcia/Hunter composition floats effortlessly over Bluegrass style and instrumentation. Click to Listen
MUSIC NEVER STOPPED, THE (Bluegrass) Country (Bluegrass) This classic seventies Grateful Dead tune is re-arranged in Bluegrass style with partial Vocal work tucked in for color.  The song pays homage to the Dead’s ability to create a city around a concert, then vanish and slip into another town. Click to Listen
PRIDE OF CUCAMONGA (Bluegrass) Country (Bluegrass) ‘From the Mars Hotel’, the 7th studio album by the Grateful Dead, produced this Phil Lesh vehicle in 1974.  In 2006, Nashville’s fleet fingered ensemble, the Grassmasters, have adapted the song in Bluegrass style, very appropriate. Click to Listen
RIPPLE (Bluegrass) Country (Bluegrass) This Instrumental Bluegrass re-arrange is notably one of the Grateful Dead’s most popular and recognized songs, written in London by Robert Hunter, reputedly also drinking half a bottle of Retsina in the process, later put to music by Jerry Garcia. Click to Listen
SCARLET BEGONIAS (Bluegrass) Country (Bluegrass) Perfect marriage, as Jerry Garcia has provided on many of his own recordings, that the Grateful Dead and Bluegrass belong together.  This fine Garcia/Hunter composition floats effortlessly over Bluegrass style and instrumentation. Click to Listen
THAT’S IT FOR THE OTHER ONE (Instrumental) Rock/Pop Psychedelic Intrumental interpretation of the lead track from the Grateful Dead’s singular 2nd release, ‘Anthem of the Sun’.  Duel Drumming, layers of Saxes, Hammond B3 and screamin’ Guitar soloing make up this near 6 minute extravaganza. Click to Listen
TRUCKIN’ (Bluegrass) Country (Bluegrass) The Grateful Dead have a strong connection to Roots music in their own recordings, this song follows the Folk process to Nashville’s Grand Ol’ Opry, where veteran Bluegrass masters swamp this popular tune.  Margie Cates & Her Boys add Vocal refrains. Click to Listen
TRUCKIN’ (Cue) Rock/Pop 30 second edited Cue, Transition or Ringtone for the ‘Long, Strange Trip’ uptempo Instrumental re-arrange of the Grateful Dead’s 1971 hit, (one of the few).  The song has achieved widespread cultural use in the years since its release. Click to Listen
TRUCKIN’ (Instrumental) Rock/Pop The ‘Long, Strange Trip’ yeilds another victim of the storybook ‘Dead’.  Uptempo Instrumental re-arrange of the 1971 hit, (one of the few).  Guitar ‘Choir’ exchanges leads with Tenor Sax and Hammond B3 Organ. Click to Listen
U. S. BLUES (Instrumental) Rock/Pop Quirky Instrumetal recreation of the Grateful Dead classic.  Sort of a ‘Jazz Crusaders’ meets ‘Muzak’, so to speak.  Bluesey and driven with shades of ‘grocery store isles’. Click to Listen