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Appreciative Unresponsive — Reckoning

Artist...............: Appreciative Dead
Album................: Reckoning
Genre................: Rock
Source...............: CD
Year.................: 2004
Ripper...............: EAC (Sound manner) / CRIPPLED 3.92 & Asus CD-S520
Codec................: Without Lossless Audio Codec (FLAC)
Form..............: quotation libFLAC 1.2.1 20070917
Quality..............: Lossless, (avg. compression: 60 %)
Channels.............: Stereo / 44100 HZ / 16 Bit
Information..........: CD ASPECT — LOG — CUE — SCANS

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Tracks cd1
1. «Dire Wolf» (Garcia/Hunter) – 3:20
2. «The Step On It Is On» (Rollins) – 2:58
3. «Oh Babe, It Ain't No Lie» (Cotten) – 6:28
4. «It Must Have Been The Roses» (Huntswoman) – 6:56
5. «Dark Hollow» (Habitual rec. Browning) – 3:49
6. «China Doll» (Garcia/Hunter) – 5:22
7. «Been All Around This World» (Habitual) – 4:31
8. «Monkey And The Engineer» (Fuller) – 2:37
9. «Jack-A-Roe» (Habitual) – 4:05
10. «Deep Elem Blues» (Habitual) – 4:51
11. «Cassidy» (Weir/Barlow) – 4:38
12. «To Lay Me Down» (Garcia/Hunter) – 8:59
13. «Rosa Lee McFall» (Monroe) – 2:54
14. «On The Passage Again» (Habitual) – 3:15
15. «Bird Song» (Garcia/Hunter) – 7:34
16. «Ripple» (Garcia/Hunter) – 4:38

Tracks cd2
1. «To Lay Me Down» (Garcia/Hunter) – 9:12
2. «Iko Iko» (Exist) (Traditional/Crawford) – 4:23
3. «Heaven Help The Farceur [important form]» (Weir/Barlow) – 6:18
4. «El Paso» (Robbins) – 4:41
5. «Sage & Spirit» (Weir) – 3:14
6. «Little Sadie» (Habitual) – 2:45
7. «It Must Have Been The Roses» (Huntswoman) – 7:01
8. «Dark Hollow» (Habitual) – 4:30
9. «Jack-A-Roe» (Habitual) – 5:08
10. «Cassidy» (Weir/Barlow) – 5:06
11. «China Doll» (Garcia/Hunter) – 5:52
12. «Monkey And The Engineer» (Fuller) – 2:37
13. «Oh Babe It Ain't No Lie» (Cotton) – 7:13
14. «Ripple» (Garcia/Hunter) – 4:37
15. «Tom Dooley» (Exist, 1978) (Habitual) – 3:33
16. «Deep Elem Blues» (Habitual) – 3:42


In the tumble of 1980, the Appreciative Unresponsive played a series of shows at the Warfield Theater in San Francisco and Portable Radio New Zealand Urban Area Music Entry in New York New Zealand Urban Area (venues considerably smaller than they had grown historic to) for the steadfastness of filming and recording. The number opened these valued concerts with a valued acoustic set at which Jerry Garcia and Bob Weir played acoustic guitars, Brent Mydland played piano, and drummers Nib Kreutzmann and Mickey Hart played reduced kits. (Phil Lesh stuck to his electrifying bass, but at a unimportunate amount.) Also valued was the set shopping list, as demonstrated by the lose sight of shopping list on this album haggard from the shows. A lot of old race and woods tunes never before included on a Appreciative Unresponsive album make the grade b arrive up half of the 16 songs, varied in with originals. (And actually, three of those originals, «Cassidy,» «To Lay Me Down,» and «Bird Air,» only appeared in the past on Garcia or Weir solitary albums.) The music wilfully harks disown to a while most Deadheads weren«t around for, the band»s origins in the race, bluegrass, and woods groups Garcia led in Palo Alto, CA, in the near the start «60s, culminating in Mummy McCree»s Uptown Jug Champions, the ribbon that went electrifying and became the Warlocks, renamed the Appreciative Unresponsive. Garcia in particular seems satisfactory with this palpable, and he takes two-thirds of the van vocals, with Weir spelling him every yoke of tracks, usually with a air at least reduce more uptempo (although, for example, his form of «The Step On It Is On» has none of the excessive estimate of George Jones« fresh). Of the bandmembers, Garcia is the one who has shown the most high regard for the Appreciative Dead»s race and woods roots, continually reintroducing them either with the ribbon or in his side projects, and his steer with such selections as «Jack-A-Roe» and «Deep Elem Blues» is ostensible. At the same beat, the juxtaposition of such habitual palpable with originals by Garcia and his rapturous helpmeet Robert Huntswoman, such as the van-off air, «Dire Wolf,» and the closer, «Ripple,» emphasizes the songwriters« prearranged travail to awake and reshape the race speech in their compositions. The Appreciative Unresponsive have released numerous exist albums, but this one takes a different overtures, and it will suit especially to the many fans of Workingman»s Unresponsive and American Attraction. [Although the contents of the fresh deceitful LP come out with, clocking in at 75-and-a-half minutes, could have fit on a without CD, when Arista Records came to reissue the album in 1987, the nickname inexplicably deleted one of the tracks, «Oh Babe It Ain't No Lie.»


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