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    Main » 2014 » August » 18 » the Grateful Dead ~ 1973 ~ Wake Of The Flood
    the Grateful Dead ~ 1973 ~ Wake Of The Flood
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    Wake of the Flood is the sixth studio album by the Grateful Dead. It was recorded between August 4 and September 1, 1973, and originally released on October 15, 1973. It was the first release under the band's own label, Grateful Dead Records, after fulfilling their contract with Warner Bros. Records. It was their first full-length studio album in nearly three years, since 1970's American Beauty. It was also the first studio album without Ron "Pigpen" McKernan, who had recently died. His absence and new piano player Keith Godchaux's tendency towards jazz (rather than McKernan's tendency towards the blues) changed the band's sound.

    "Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo" – 5:45
    "Let Me Sing Your Blues Away" (Keith Godchaux and Hunter) – 3:17
    "Row Jimmy" – 7:14
    "Stella Blue" – 6:26
    "Here Comes Sunshine" – 4:40
    "Eyes of the World" – 5:19
    "Weather Report Suite" – 12:53
    "Prelude" (Bob Weir)
    "Part I" (Eric Andersen and Weir)
    "Part II (Let It Grow)" (John Perry Barlow and Weir)

    Bonus tracks:
    "Eyes of the World" (live) – 17:02 - Recorded at the Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale, NY on 1973-09-07
    "Weather Report Suite" (acoustic demo) (Weir / Anderson / Barlow) – 12:36
    "China Doll" (outtake) – 4:02

    Jerry Garcia – guitar, pedal steel guitar, vocals, production
    Donna Jean Godchaux – vocals, production
    Keith Godchaux – keyboards, vocals, production; lead vocals on "Let Me Sing Your Blues Away"
    Phil Lesh – bass guitar, production
    Bill Kreutzmann – drums, production
    Bob Weir – guitar, vocals, production
    Additional musicians
    Bill Atwood – trumpet
    Vassar Clements – violin
    Joe Ellis – trumpet
    Martín Fierro – saxophone (alto, tenor)
    Sarah Fulcher – vocals
    Matthew Kelly – harmonica
    Frank Morin – saxophone (tenor)
    Pat O'Hara – trombone
    Doug Sahm – bajo sexto
    Benny Velarde – timbales

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