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Vol. 22-Dick's Picks: Kings Beach Bowl Kings Beach

Vol. 22-Dick's Picks: Kings Beach Bowl Kings Beach

Artist: Grateful Dead

Details

Format: CD
Label: REAL GONE MUSIC
Catalog: 4001621
Genre: Rock/Pop
Rel. Date: 07/02/2013
UPC: 848064001621
DISK: 1

1. Viola Lee Blues
2. It Hurts Me Too
3. Dark Star
4. China Cat Sunflower
5. The Eleven
6. Turn on Your Lovelight
7. Born Cross Eyed
8. Spanish Jam

DISK: 2

1. Morning Dew
2. Good Morning Little School Girl
3. That's It for the Other One
4. New Potato Caboose
5. Alligator
6. China Cat Sunflower
7. The Eleven
8. Alligator
9. Caution
10. Feedback

More Info:

Relatively few concert recordings exist of the Dead at this early stage of their career, which is reason enough to add this Pick to your collection, but when you consider that these two nights of shows include the ENTIRE set of songs from the as-yet-unreleased album Anthem of the Sun (with several of the tunes appearing in an incredible, never to be duplicated medley of "Alligator" /"China Cat Sunflower" /"The Eleven"/"Caution"/"Feedback") and an early version of the classic "Dark Star" medley (with "China Cat Sunflower" replacing "St. Stephen" as the song between "Dark Star" and "The Eleven"), Vol. 22 rises into the indispensable category.