Although 1995 was a poorly played year for The Dead, “Visions Of Johanna” was one of the consistent bright spots.
Uncle Jer waxes poetic about live music, drugs, Deadheads and the secret behind the longevity of The Grateful Dead.
Hear some of the hottest performances of “Shakedown Street” – a song that represents the “Disco Dead” at their best.
Check out Roger McGuinn’s “jangling” guitar work – a style and tone that defined the “California sound” of the mid-’60s.
Get a behind-the-scenes look at the band just five weeks after returning from their much-needed touring hiatus.
The show on October 10, 1982, at the Frost Amphitheatre in Palo Alto delivered a slew of top-10 song performances.
Arguably, the pairing of Eric Clapton and Duane Allman created rock music’s most breathtaking guitar interplay.
This version rests firmly in the top-3 of the ’80s – rivaling other Great Ones like Anchorage ’80 and Lake Placid ’83.