Grateful Dead - Dick's Picks 22

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Grateful Dead - Dick's Picks 22

2 CD set from 2/23-24/68 at Kings Beach Bowl in Lake Tahoe, California. Vintage Dead, with Pigpen. HDCD.

Jerry Garcia - Lead Guitar, Vocals
Mickey Hart - Drums
Bill Kreutzmann - Drums
Phil Lesh - Bass, Vocals
Ron "Pigpen" McKernan - Keyboards, Vocals
Bob Weir - Rhythm Guitar, Vocals

Disc One:
Viola Lee Blues (19:16) Lewis
Hurts Me Too (4:13) James, Sehorn
Dark Star (6:49) Garcia, Kreutzmann, Lesh, McKernan, Weir, Hunter
China Cat Sunflower (4:38) Garcia/Hunter
The Eleven (10:33) Lesh, Hunter
Turn On Your Lovelight (12:40) Scott, Malone
Born Cross Eyed (2:32) Weir
Spanish Jam (7:23) Grateful Dead

Disc Two:
Morning Dew (8:10) Dobson, Rose
Good Morning Little Schoolgirl (14:39) Williamson
That's It For The Other One (8:13)
  I. Cryptical Envelopment - Garcia
  II. The Faster We Go, The Rounder We Get - Weir, Kreutzmann
  III. Cryptical Envelopment - Garcia
New Potato Caboose (9:08) Lesh, Petersen
Alligator (3:45) McKernan, Lesh, Hunter
China Cat Sunflower (4:14) Garcia, Hunter
The Eleven (7:17) Lesh, Hunter
Alligator (6:39) McKernan, Lesh, Hunter
Caution Do Not Stop On Tracks (11:49) Grateful Dead
Feedback (4:55) Grateful Dead

Live Recording: Dan Healy
CD Mastering: Jeffrey Norman
Tape Archivists: Dick Latvala, David Lemieux
Archival Research: Eileen Law/Grateful Dead Archives
Layout Design: Robert MinkinŠ 2001
Cover Art and Design: Tina Carpenter
Photos: Andy Mond, Patricia Holmbo, Brad Perks, Chris Jepsen

Caveat Emptor WARNING: This is NOT an audiophile recording! Many of you may have read the numerous Dick's Picks Caveat Emptors over the years, and thought "Oh yeah sure whatever." Well, this old analog recording source exhibits many audio flaws including high distortion, low vocals, tape hiss, and missing pieces. No fair calling Customer Support and complaining! However, let it be known that this CD also includes some pretty damn exciting and historical music, and for that reason is brought to you with pride.

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