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  • Jerry Garcia Keystone Pint Glass
    Item #: JY99COMBO
    A 70's styled illustration of Jerry Garcia from the days when he was frequenting Keystone and the other San Francisco Bay Area clubs with his solo projects while the Grateful Dead were off the road. 16oz pint glass.
    • $11.99
  • Wolf Pint Glass
    Item #: JY98COMBO
    This 16oz pint glass portrays a familiar sly grin from Jerry's first custom built Doug Irwin guitar.
    • $11.99
  • The Tiger Bundle
    Item #: JY29COMBO
    Get the Tiger T-shirt, Sticker, and Keychain for $39.99 A homage to Jerry's iconic "Tiger" guitar and its creator, Doug Irwin. "Tiger" served as Jerry's main guitar from 1979 to 1989 and was the last guitar he played publicly.
    • $49.99
  • Jerry Garcia & Merl Saunders: GarciaLive Volume 9: CD & Poster Bundle
    Item #: JY129COMBO
    GarciaLive Volume Nine CD & Limited Edition Poster Includes:
    - GarciaLive Volume Nine: August 11th, 1974 Keystone Berkeley 2-CD Set
    - 18” x 24” limited edition screen printed poster, designed by Phil Guy signed and numbered by the artist in an edition of 500

    GarciaLive Volume Nine presents Jerry Garcia & Merl Saunders’ August 11th, 1974 performance at Keystone in Berkeley, CA. Joining Garcia & Saunders this evening were John Kahn on bass, Martin Fierro on saxophone & flute and the Grateful Dead’s Bill Kreutzmann on drums. As the site of over 200 performances by Garcia in various configurations, the Keystone Berkeley stage likely felt more like an extension of the Saunders’ family garage where the group would often practice. It was a space without pressure or pretense — one in which they could freely experiment with arrangements, new repertoire and, most of all, just jam.

    Saunders’ influence on Garcia’s musical development is plainly heard on GarciaLive Volume Nine. As Garcia once noted in an interview, "[Saunders] filled me in on all those years of things I didn’t do. I’d never played any standards; I’d never played in dance bands. I never had any approach to the world of regular, straight music. He knew all the standards, and he taught me how bebop works. He taught me music.” While the evening’s setlist focuses primarily on standards, the approach is anything but regular or straight. A free-spirited version of The Four Tops’s R&B classic “Ain’t No Woman (Like The One I’ve Got)”, one of the evening’s easy highlights, showcases Garcia & Saunders' ability to reimagine standards through inventive arrangements and fiery virtuosity permeated with soul. Other standouts from this performance include a surging “(I’m A) Roadrunner” and an extended take on Jimmy Cliff’s “The Harder They Come” which clocks in at nearly 20 minutes.
    • $46.99
  • Jerry Garcia & Merl Saunders - GarciaLive Volume 9: CD & Organic T-Shirt Bundle
    Item #: JY130COMBO
    GarciaLive Volume Nine CD & T-shirt Bundle Includes:
    - GarciaLive Volume Nine: August 11th, 1974 Keystone Berkeley 2-CD Set
    - GarciaLive Volume 9 T-shirt printed on a 100% organic cotton t-shirt

    GarciaLive Volume Nine presents Jerry Garcia & Merl Saunders’ August 11th, 1974 performance at Keystone in Berkeley, CA. Joining Garcia & Saunders this evening were John Kahn on bass, Martin Fierro on saxophone & flute and the Grateful Dead’s Bill Kreutzmann on drums. As the site of over 200 performances by Garcia in various configurations, the Keystone Berkeley stage likely felt more like an extension of the Saunders’ family garage where the group would often practice. It was a space without pressure or pretense — one in which they could freely experiment with arrangements, new repertoire and, most of all, just jam.

    Saunders’ influence on Garcia’s musical development is plainly heard on GarciaLive Volume Nine. As Garcia once noted in an interview, "[Saunders] filled me in on all those years of things I didn’t do. I’d never played any standards; I’d never played in dance bands. I never had any approach to the world of regular, straight music. He knew all the standards, and he taught me how bebop works. He taught me music.” While the evening’s setlist focuses primarily on standards, the approach is anything but regular or straight. A free-spirited version of The Four Tops’s R&B classic “Ain’t No Woman (Like The One I’ve Got)”, one of the evening’s easy highlights, showcases Garcia & Saunders' ability to reimagine standards through inventive arrangements and fiery virtuosity permeated with soul. Other standouts from this performance include a surging “(I’m A) Roadrunner” and an extended take on Jimmy Cliff’s “The Harder They Come” which clocks in at nearly 20 minutes.
    • $36.99
  • Jerry Garcia & Merl Saunders - GarciaLive Volume 9: CD, Poster & Organic T-Shirt Bundle
    Item #: JY131COMBO
    GarciaLive Volume Nine CD, Limited Edition Poster and T-shirt Bundle Includes:
    - GarciaLive Volume 9: August 11th, 1974 Keystone Berkeley 2-CD Set
    - 18” x 24” limited edition screen printed poster, designed by Phil Guy signed and numbered by the artist in an edition of 500
    - GarciaLive Volume 9 T-shirt printed on a 100% organic cotton t-shirt

    GarciaLive Volume Nine presents Jerry Garcia & Merl Saunders’ August 11th, 1974 performance at Keystone in Berkeley, CA. Joining Garcia & Saunders this evening were John Kahn on bass, Martin Fierro on saxophone & flute and the Grateful Dead’s Bill Kreutzmann on drums. As the site of over 200 performances by Garcia in various configurations, the Keystone Berkeley stage likely felt more like an extension of the Saunders’ family garage where the group would often practice. It was a space without pressure or pretense — one in which they could freely experiment with arrangements, new repertoire and, most of all, just jam.

    Saunders’ influence on Garcia’s musical development is plainly heard on GarciaLive Volume Nine. As Garcia once noted in an interview, "[Saunders] filled me in on all those years of things I didn’t do. I’d never played any standards; I’d never played in dance bands. I never had any approach to the world of regular, straight music. He knew all the standards, and he taught me how bebop works. He taught me music.” While the evening’s setlist focuses primarily on standards, the approach is anything but regular or straight. A free-spirited version of The Four Tops’s R&B classic “Ain’t No Woman (Like The One I’ve Got)”, one of the evening’s easy highlights, showcases Garcia & Saunders' ability to reimagine standards through inventive arrangements and fiery virtuosity permeated with soul. Other standouts from this performance include a surging “(I’m A) Roadrunner” and an extended take on Jimmy Cliff’s “The Harder They Come” which clocks in at nearly 20 minutes.
    • $59.99
  • Jerry Garcia 'Garcia' 180-gram Vinyl
    Item #: JY74COMBO
    Jerry's first solo studio album simply titled Garcia. The album was re-mastered for vinyl release by Joe Gastwirt using the original 30ips 1/4" mix master reels and pressed to 180 gram black vinyl by RTI. Includes an MP3 download card.

    Garcia was originally released in January 1972 and peaked at No. 35 on the Billboard 200 – the highest charting solo release of Garcia’s career. Garcia provides most of the album’s instrumentation himself, performing on acoustic guitar, electric guitar, pedal steel, bass, piano, organ, samples and vocals. Grateful Dead drummer Bill Kreutzmann appears on drums. The album’s songs – six of which became staples in the Grateful Dead repertoire – are credited to Garcia, Kreutzmann and lyricist Robert Hunter.

    Garcia spoke lightly of the album at the time, telling Rolling Stone “I’m just going on a trip. I have curiosity to see what I can do, and I’ve a desire to get into sixteen track and go on trips that are too weird for me to want to put anybody else I know through. And also I want to pay for this house.”

    While Garcia characterized the album as “self-indulgent,” AllMusic.com notes, “Time has rendered that assessment utterly false, as Garcia is nothing short of a full-bodied artistic expression from one of rock & roll’s most multi-faceted musicians.”
    • $24.98
  • GarciaLive Vol. 1-8 Bundle
    Item #: JY128COMBO
    Bundle of all eight releases in the GarciaLive series which includes six Jerry Garcia Band shows (December 31, 1975, November 8, 1976, March 22, 1978, March 1, 1980, August 5, 1990, and November 23, 1991), two December 1974 Legion of Mary performances, as well as a Jerry Garcia and Merl Saunders show from July 5, 1973.

    Volume 1: March 1, 1980 Capitol Theatre
    Volume 2: August 5, 1990 Greek Theatre
    Volume 3: December 14-15, 1974 Northwest Tour
    Volume 4: March 22nd, 1978 Veteran's Hall
    Volume 5: December 31st, 1975 Keystone Berkeley
    Volume 6: July 5th, 1973 Lion’s Share
    Volume 7: November 8th, 1976 Sophie’s Palo Alto
    Volume 8: November 23rd, 1991 Bradley Center

    • $130.00
  • Jerry Garcia 'Garcia' 180-gram Vinyl and Round Records Slipmat Bundle
    Item #: JY73COMBO
    Sales price valid while supplies last through Feb 29

    Jerry's first solo studio album simply titled Garcia bundled with the Round Records logo slimat. Garcia was re-mastered for vinyl release by Joe Gastwirt using the original 30ips 1/4" mix master reels and pressed to 180 gram black vinyl by RTI. Includes an MP3 download card.

    Garcia was originally released in January 1972 and peaked at No. 35 on the Billboard 200 – the highest charting solo release of Garcia’s career. Garcia provides most of the album’s instrumentation himself, performing on acoustic guitar, electric guitar, pedal steel, bass, piano, organ, samples and vocals. Grateful Dead drummer Bill Kreutzmann appears on drums. The album’s songs – six of which became staples in the Grateful Dead repertoire – are credited to Garcia, Kreutzmann and lyricist Robert Hunter.

    Garcia spoke lightly of the album at the time, telling Rolling Stone “I’m just going on a trip. I have curiosity to see what I can do, and I’ve a desire to get into sixteen track and go on trips that are too weird for me to want to put anybody else I know through. And also I want to pay for this house.”

    While Garcia characterized the album as “self-indulgent,” AllMusic.com notes, “Time has rendered that assessment utterly false, as Garcia is nothing short of a full-bodied artistic expression from one of rock & roll’s most multi-faceted musicians.”
    • $32.00
  • Jerry Garcia & Merl Saunders - GarciaLive Volume 9: Digital Download & Poster Bundle
    Item #: JY132COMBO
    GarciaLive Volume Nine Digital Download & Limited Edition Poster Bundle Includes:
    - GarciaLive Volume Nine: August 11th, 1974 Keystone Berkeley Digital Download
    - 18” x 24” limited edition screen printed poster, designed by Phil Guy signed and numbered by the artist in an edition of 500

    GarciaLive Volume Nine presents Jerry Garcia & Merl Saunders’ August 11th, 1974 performance at Keystone in Berkeley, CA. Joining Garcia & Saunders this evening were John Kahn on bass, Martin Fierro on saxophone & flute and the Grateful Dead’s Bill Kreutzmann on drums. As the site of over 200 performances by Garcia in various configurations, the Keystone Berkeley stage likely felt more like an extension of the Saunders’ family garage where the group would often practice. It was a space without pressure or pretense — one in which they could freely experiment with arrangements, new repertoire and, most of all, just jam.

    Saunders’ influence on Garcia’s musical development is plainly heard on GarciaLive Volume Nine. As Garcia once noted in an interview, "[Saunders] filled me in on all those years of things I didn’t do. I’d never played any standards; I’d never played in dance bands. I never had any approach to the world of regular, straight music. He knew all the standards, and he taught me how bebop works. He taught me music.” While the evening’s setlist focuses primarily on standards, the approach is anything but regular or straight. A free-spirited version of The Four Tops’s R&B classic “Ain’t No Woman (Like The One I’ve Got)”, one of the evening’s easy highlights, showcases Garcia & Saunders' ability to reimagine standards through inventive arrangements and fiery virtuosity permeated with soul. Other standouts from this performance include a surging “(I’m A) Roadrunner” and an extended take on Jimmy Cliff’s “The Harder They Come” which clocks in a nearly 20 minutes.
    • $41.99
  • Jerry Garcia Compliments LP, Notepad, and Slipmat Bundle
    Item #: JY93COMBO
    An exclusive re-issue of Garcia (Compliments), Jerry's second full length solo studio album. Garcia (Compliments) has been pressed on 180gram black vinyl by Quality Record Pressings in Salina, Kansas. The Garcia (Compliments) vinyl was remastered for vinyl release by Joe Gastwirt with lacquers cut by Kevin Gray.

    Originally released in 1974, the album was simply titled Garcia. To distinguish this release from the eponymous debut, Garcia (Compliments) takes its revised name from a "Compliments of" sticker which appeared on promotional copies of the album. The album was produced by long-time collaborator John Kahn and peaked at #49 on the Billboard charts upon initial release. Kahn selected the compositions featured on the release with the exception of "Russian Lullaby," which was selected by Garcia. When asked about the selections, Garcia noted: "John and I share such similarities of taste, something that I like John is almost sure to like it. We're very like each other musically. That's one of the reasons I've been playing with him all this time."

    In addition to a track list that boasts classics from artists like Chuck Berry, Smokey Robinson, and Peter Rowan, Garcia (Compliments) also boasts an all-star cast of the 1970's most in-demand session players. Joining Garcia & Kahn are drummer Ron Tutt (Elvis), guitarist Larry Carlton (Steely Dan, Joni Mitchell, Fourplay), organist Merl Saunders, and legendary backing vocalists Merry Clayton, and Clydie King, among others.

    Click Details below for Track Listing

    • $35.00
  • Jerry Garcia Band - GarciaLive Volume 7: CD & Organic T-Shirt Bundle
    Item #: JY109COMBO
    GarciaLive Volume Seven CD, Limited Edition Poster and T-shirt Bundle Includes:
    - GarciaLive Volume Seven: November 8th, 1976 Sophie’s Palo Alto 2-CD Set
    - GarciaLive Volume 7 T-shirt printed on a 100% organic cotton t-shirt

    Volume Seven showcases the Jerry Garcia Band's November 8th, 1976 performance at Sophie’s in Palo Alto, California. Recorded by Betty Cantor-Jackson, the original master reels were only recently re-discovered, along with a few other reels dubbed the “Houseboat Tapes”, and have been remastered for this release. It was the year of this recording that Donna Jean and Keith Godchaux first joined up with the Jerry Garcia Band. Their addition, along with Ron Tutt on drums and bassist John Kahn, helped form what would be one of the most durable lineups of the Garcia Band. In fact, earlier that year Garcia commented "I haven’t been as happy with any little performing group since Old And In The Way in terms of feeling ‘this is really harmonious, this is what I want to hear.’”
    • $34.99
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