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  • Jerry Garcia - Reflections 180g LP
    Item #: JYLP03
    40th Anniversary re-issue on 180gram black vinyl remastered for release by Fred Kevorkian. Pressed by Quality Record Pressings. Lacquers cut by Ron McMaster at Capitol Studios.

    Originally released in early 1976, Reflections features a diverse mix of roots-oriented styles with contributions from Garcia’s two primary vehicles of musical expression — the Grateful Dead and the Jerry Garcia Band. In some ways, Reflections picks up where Garcia and the Dead left off on Blues For Allah. Speaking about the sessions, Garcia explained “we were having fun in the studio is what it boils down to, and that’s pretty rare for us. The energy was there, and I thought, ‘I’ve got a solo album coming up. Let’s cut these tracks with the Grateful Dead. I’ve already taught them the tunes.’” Assembled in Bob Weir’s home studio, Ace’s, Garcia and the Dead laid down well-worn but never previously recorded songs including “They Love Each Other”, “It Must Have Been The Roses”, and “Comes A Time” plus a new song, Robert Hunter’s “Might As Well” — a document of the Dead’s 1970 trip across Canada aboard the legendary Festival Express. The balance of the record showcases the late-1975 Jerry Garcia Band core featuring John Kahn, Ron Tutt and Nicky Hopkins, plus Larry Knechtel of the famed Wrecking Crew. Like the material recorded by the Grateful Dead, the Jerry Garcia Band’s selections were also road-tested prior to recording. The cuts included the seminal Garcia/Hunter ballad "Mission in the Rain” plus renditions of Hank Ballard’s rocker “Tore Up Over You”, “Catfish John” and Allen Toussaint’s “I’ll Take A Melody.” As Steve Silberman noted in the 2004 All Good Things box set, while Reflections was effectively two half-albums in one, "it’s one of Garcia’s most artistically unified statements of harmony, affirmation and joy.”

    For more info and the track listing, click Details below.
    • $24.98
  • Jerry Garcia Reflections LP + Organic T-Shirt Bundle
    Item #: JY119COMBO
    40th Anniversary re-issue on 180gram black vinyl remastered for release by Fred Kevorkian. Pressed by Quality Record Pressings. Lacquers cut by Ron McMaster at Capitol Studios.

    Originally released in early 1976, Reflections features a diverse mix of roots-oriented styles with contributions from Garcia’s two primary vehicles of musical expression — the Grateful Dead and the Jerry Garcia Band. In some ways, Reflections picks up where Garcia and the Dead left off on Blues For Allah. Speaking about the sessions, Garcia explained “we were having fun in the studio is what it boils down to, and that’s pretty rare for us. The energy was there, and I thought, ‘I’ve got a solo album coming up. Let’s cut these tracks with the Grateful Dead. I’ve already taught them the tunes.’” Assembled in Bob Weir’s home studio, Ace’s, Garcia and the Dead laid down well-worn but never previously recorded songs including “They Love Each Other”, “It Must Have Been The Roses”, and “Comes A Time” plus a new song, Robert Hunter’s “Might As Well” — a document of the Dead’s 1970 trip across Canada aboard the legendary Festival Express. The balance of the record showcases the late-1975 Jerry Garcia Band core featuring John Kahn, Ron Tutt and Nicky Hopkins, plus Larry Knechtel of the famed Wrecking Crew. Like the material recorded by the Grateful Dead, the Jerry Garcia Band’s selections were also road-tested prior to recording. The cuts included the seminal Garcia/Hunter ballad "Mission in the Rain” plus renditions of Hank Ballard’s rocker “Tore Up Over You”, “Catfish John” and Allen Toussaint’s “I’ll Take A Melody.” As Steve Silberman noted in the 2004 All Good Things box set, while Reflections was effectively two half-albums in one, "it’s one of Garcia’s most artistically unified statements of harmony, affirmation and joy.”

    For more info and the track listing, click Details below.
    • $45.00
  • Jerry Garcia Reflections Organic T-shirt
    Item #: JYCT125
    “Great North Special, were you on board? You can't find a ride like that no more.” A re-interpreation of the design appearing on the cover of Jerry’s 3rd studio album, Reflections, originally released in 1976. Printed on a 100% organic cotton charcoal colored Anvil Organic t-shirt.
    • $30.00
    • $24.00
  • Jerry Garcia Palm Sunday Organic T-Shirt
    Item #: JYCT101
    An image of Jerry peering over his glasses inspired by the Hunter/Garcia composition “Palm Sunday" on a daffodil yellow 100% organic cotton Anvil 420 t-shirt.
    • $30.00
    • $24.00
  • Jerry Garcia Symphonic Celebration 2016 Tour Organic T-Shirt
    Item #: JYCT118
    The front of this light blue 100% organic cotton t-shirt sports Wolf in a top hat while the back lists all Jerry Garcia Symphonic Celebration featuring Warren Haynes 2016 tour dates.
    • $30.00
    • $20.00
  • Jerry Garcia Symphonic Celebration 2016 Limited Edition Tour Pin
    Item #: JYAM118
    These limited edition Jerry Garcia Symphonic Celebration 2016 tour pins feature the iconic Wolf wearing a top hat over a bed of roses. Each pin sits at 1.3” wide and is individually numbered in an edition of 500.
    • $15.00
  • Jerry Garcia Symphonic Celebration featuring Warren Haynes Koozie
    Item #: JYAM117
    This black koozie displays Wolf in a top hat over a bed of roses on the front. While the back reads “Jerry Garcia Symphonic Celebration featuring Warren Haynes”.
    • $5.00
  • Jerry Garcia Symphonic Celebration Central Park 2016 Event Poster
    Item #: JYAP87
    –A limited edition 18" x 24” screen-printed event poster from the Jerry Garcia Symphonic Celebration featuring Warren Haynes at SummerStage in New York City on August 8, 2016. The print is numbered and signed by the designer, LandLand, in an edition of 150.
    • $40.00
    • $20.00
  • Hart Valley Drifters - Folk Time: Download & Organic T-Shirt Bundle
    Item #: JY118COMBO
    Hart Valley Drifters - Folk Time: Download & Organic T-Shirt Bundle Includes:
    • Folk Time Download
    • Exclusive Hart Valley Drifters 100% organic cotton t-shirt

    Folk Time showcases Garcia’s folk & bluegrass quartet, the Hart Valley Drifters and holds historical significance as Garcia’s first known studio recording. The Hart Valley Drifters was one of Garcia’s early ensembles put together during the folk revival of the early 1960s, but it was perhaps his first band to present a professional level of musicianship and vocal harmony. The group featured a 20-year old Jerry Garcia on lead vocals, banjo and guitar, Robert Hunter on bass, David Nelson on guitar, Ken Frankel on banjo, fiddle and guitar and Norm Van Maastricht on dobro.

    Note: This bundle is available for pre-order and will be released on November 11th. Payment for your order will be captured as soon as the order is placed. Your order will ship on or around November 9 along with any other non-pre-order items. If you'd like your non-pre-order items sooner, please place two separate orders.

    For more info and the track listing, click Details below.


    • $30.00
  • Hart Valley Drifters - Folk Time Digital Download
    Item #: JYDD18
    Folk Time showcases Garcia’s folk & bluegrass quartet, the Hart Valley Drifters and holds historical significance as Garcia’s first known studio recording. The Hart Valley Drifters was one of Garcia’s early ensembles put together during the folk revival of the early 1960s, but it was perhaps his first band to present a professional level of musicianship and vocal harmony. The group featured a 20-year old Jerry Garcia on lead vocals, banjo and guitar, Robert Hunter on bass, David Nelson on guitar, Ken Frankel on banjo, fiddle and guitar and Norm Van Maastricht on dobro.

    On Folk Time, Garcia can be heard flexing his vocal muscles throughout, taking the lead on every track. He stands out on the Stanley Brothers’ “Roving Gambler” and “Think of What You’ve Done,” and on “Sugar Baby,” he channels the haunting original Dock Boggs’ vocal while covering the Folkways version by Doc Watson and Clarence Ashley. One of Jerry’s early bluegrass guitar heroes, Carter Stanley, supplies the influence for his guitar The collection winds up with a stunning performance of Doc Watson’s take on the Mississippi Sheiks’ “Sitting On Top of The World” It’s a simple version consisting only of Frankel’s guitar and Garcia’s voice that leaves the hairs standing on the back of your neck. It’s a departure from the recording that ended up on their debut album, but the roots of the Grateful Dead are clearly marked.

    For more info and the track listing, click Details below.


    • $9.99
  • Hart Valley Drifters - Folk Time: CD & Organic T-Shirt Bundle
    Item #: JY115COMBO
    Hart Valley Drifters - Folk Time: CD & Organic T-Shirt Bundle Includes:
    • Folk Time CD
    • Exclusive Hart Valley Drifters 100% organic cotton t-shirt

    Folk Time showcases Garcia’s folk & bluegrass quartet, the Hart Valley Drifters and holds historical significance as Garcia’s first known studio recording. The Hart Valley Drifters was one of Garcia’s early ensembles put together during the folk revival of the early 1960s, but it was perhaps his first band to present a professional level of musicianship and vocal harmony. The group featured a 20-year old Jerry Garcia on lead vocals, banjo and guitar, Robert Hunter on bass, David Nelson on guitar, Ken Frankel on banjo, fiddle and guitar and Norm Van Maastricht on dobro.

    Note: This bundle is available for pre-order and will be released on November 11th. Payment for your order will be captured as soon as the order is placed. Your order will ship on or around November 9 along with any other non-pre-order items. If you'd like your non-pre-order items sooner, please place two separate orders.

    For more info and the track listing, click Details below.


    • $32.00
  • Hart Valley Drifters - Folk Time CD
    Item #: JYCD62
    Folk Time showcases Garcia’s folk & bluegrass quartet, the Hart Valley Drifters and holds historical significance as Garcia’s first known studio recording. The Hart Valley Drifters was one of Garcia’s early ensembles put together during the folk revival of the early 1960s, but it was perhaps his first band to present a professional level of musicianship and vocal harmony. The group featured a 20-year old Jerry Garcia on lead vocals, banjo and guitar, Robert Hunter on bass, David Nelson on guitar, Ken Frankel on banjo, fiddle and guitar and Norm Van Maastricht on dobro.

    On Folk Time, Garcia can be heard flexing his vocal muscles throughout, taking the lead on every track. He stands out on the Stanley Brothers’ “Roving Gambler” and “Think of What You’ve Done,” and on “Sugar Baby,” he channels the haunting original Dock Boggs’ vocal while covering the Folkways version by Doc Watson and Clarence Ashley. One of Jerry’s early bluegrass guitar heroes, Carter Stanley, supplies the influence for his guitar The collection winds up with a stunning performance of Doc Watson’s take on the Mississippi Sheiks’ “Sitting On Top of The World” It’s a simple version consisting only of Frankel’s guitar and Garcia’s voice that leaves the hairs standing on the back of your neck. It’s a departure from the recording that ended up on their debut album, but the roots of the Grateful Dead are clearly marked.

    For more info and the track listing, click Details below.


    • $11.99
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