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  • Jerry Garcia Band - GarciaLive Volume 8: 11/23/91 2-CD Set
    Item #: JYCD63
    The eighth installment in the GarciaLive series presents the Jerry Garcia Band's November 23rd, 1991 performance at the Bradley Center in Milwaukee, WI. The Fall ’91 tour as a whole is widely regarded as one of Garcia’s finest and this particular Saturday evening serves as a further testament to the legend. Fans in attendance at the Bradley Center braved an intense snowstorm and the audience's palpable energy and enthusiasm was a likely catalyst for this spirited performance. Keyboardist Melvin Seals summarized the group nicely stating "That was the magic band. It’s not that the other scenarios didn’t work out but once we got to that level of the band with (drummer) Dave Kemper, John Kahn, Jerry, myself and the singers, Jackie (LaBranch) and Gloria (Jones) we all knew we had something special. That was the band.”

    And magic they made! As Dean Budnick notes in the release’s liner note essay, "If at times the Grateful Dead could be something of a turgid Russian novel: convoluted and labyrinthine yet mostly rewarding, the Jerry Garcia Band during this era was more of an Elizabethan sonnet: breezy, emotive and luminous.” The tone is set immediately with a melodious “Cats Under The Stars” opening the evening to the sheer delight of the crowd. Playful and buoyant versions of “Lay Down Sally”, “Ain’t No Bread in the Breadbox”, and “Deal”, along with an incendiary “Tangled Up In Blue” build into peak after peak. The marvelous evening is balanced by soul-soaked performances of “That Lucky Old Sun”, “My Sisters and Brothers” and a positively show-stopping take on The Manhattan’s “Shining Star” which showcases Jerry and the girls singing in beautiful harmony. As the Garcia Band graduated into arenas it could be expected that some of the intimacy might be lost, but on this cold, snowy evening in Milwaukee, they managed to make the Bradley Center feel cozy and warm.

    See details for track list.
    • $16.99
  • Jerry Garcia Band - GarciaLive Volume 8: 11/23/91 Digital Download
    Item #: JYDD19
    The eighth installment in the GarciaLive series presents the Jerry Garcia Band's November 23rd, 1991 performance at the Bradley Center in Milwaukee, WI. The Fall ’91 tour as a whole is widely regarded as one of Garcia’s finest and this particular Saturday evening serves as a further testament to the legend. Fans in attendance at the Bradley Center braved an intense snowstorm and the audience's palpable energy and enthusiasm was a likely catalyst for this spirited performance. Keyboardist Melvin Seals summarized the group nicely stating "That was the magic band. It’s not that the other scenarios didn’t work out but once we got to that level of the band with (drummer) Dave Kemper, John Kahn, Jerry, myself and the singers, Jackie (LaBranch) and Gloria (Jones) we all knew we had something special. That was the band.”

    And magic they made! As Dean Budnick notes in the release’s liner note essay, "If at times the Grateful Dead could be something of a turgid Russian novel: convoluted and labyrinthine yet mostly rewarding, the Jerry Garcia Band during this era was more of an Elizabethan sonnet: breezy, emotive and luminous.” The tone is set immediately with a melodious “Cats Under The Stars” opening the evening to the sheer delight of the crowd. Playful and buoyant versions of “Lay Down Sally”, “Ain’t No Bread in the Breadbox”, and “Deal”, along with an incendiary “Tangled Up In Blue” build into peak after peak. The marvelous evening is balanced by soul-soaked performances of “That Lucky Old Sun”, “My Sisters and Brothers” and a positively show-stopping take on The Manhattan’s “Shining Star” which showcases Jerry and the girls singing in beautiful harmony. As the Garcia Band graduated into arenas it could be expected that some of the intimacy might be lost, but on this cold, snowy evening in Milwaukee, they managed to make the Bradley Center feel cozy and warm.

    See details for track list.
    • $11.99
  • Jerry Garcia After Dark Beanie
    Item #: JYCH15
    This cotton/acrylic blend beanie is designed off Jerry’s colorful poncho worn on Hugh Hefner’s TV show, “Playboy After Dark”, in 1969. Sewn on the front is a woven label featuring Garcia’s signature.

    Poncho Image

    • $23.00
  • Cats Under the Stars Thermal
    Item #: JYCM24
    Made with a cotton-polyester blend and mini waffle knit, this classic Bella Canvas crew neck thermal dons Stanley Mouse’s iconic Cats Under the Stars design. Perfect for layering!
    • $35.00
  • Jerry Thermal Water Bottle
    Item #: JYAM122
    Eco-friendly 17-ounce double wall, 18/8 stainless steel thermal water bottle that displays an illustration of Jerry within his iconic handprint. Features cooper vacuum insulation and a threaded stainless steel lid.
    • $30.00
  • Jerry Thermal Tumbler
    Item #: JYAM123
    Eco-friendly 20.9-ounce double wall, 18/8 stainless steel thermal tumbler that displays an illustration of Jerry within his iconic handprint. Features copper vacuum insulation, high polish accent and a push-on acrylic swivel lid.
    • $30.00
  • Sphinx Under The Stars Organic Hoodie
    Item #: JYCM23
    A nod to the “Dead” t-shirt Jerry wore during the Grateful Dead’s historic trip to Egypt in 1978, you won’t want to take off this cozy Golden Goods zip hoodie. Made from organic cotton, recycled polyester and looped terry fleece, it is garment-dyed for color richness and that buttery-soft feel. Finished with grometted eyelets, wide drawcords with matching hoodie lining, and a Keystone Jerry vintage print on the inside.

    • $65.00
  • Sphinx Under The Stars Hoodie Tee
    Item #: JYCT122
    This unisex jersey hoodie-tee is a nod to the” Dead” t-shirt Jerry wore during the Grateful Dead’s historic trip to Egypt in 1978. It provides lightweight warmth in Golden Goods trademark superfine jersey fabric. Made with 40’s (3.8 oz.), superfine, combed ring-spun 100% cotton then garment-dyed, and butter washed for an unrivaled softness. Printed with eco-friendly water-based inks so you’re insured that there is no plastic feel!

    • $40.00
  • Sphinx Under The Stars Organic Tee
    Item #: JYCT123
    One of the softest tees around, this Golden Goods design is a nod to the “Dead” t-shirt Jerry wore during the Grateful Dead’s historic trip to Egypt in 1978. Made with 30’s (4.4 z.), superfine, combed ring-spun 100% organic cotton. It is garment-dyed and butter washed for an unrivaled softness. Printed with eco-friendly water-based inks so you’re insured that there is no plastic feel!

    • $30.00
  • Sphinx Under The Stars Women’s Dolman
    Item #: JYCT124
    This women’s dolman is a nod to the “Dead” t-shirt Jerry wore during the Grateful Dead’s historic trip to Egypt in 1978. A Golden Goods classic, it has a relaxed fit, ultra-wide scoop beck, with a slightly cropped length and sloping front and back bottom hems. Made with 32’s (4.4 oz.) superfine recycled polyester jersey then garment-dyed and butter washed for an unsurpassed soft hand. Printed with eco-friendly water-based inks so you’re insured that there is no plastic feel!

    • $30.00
  • 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
    • $18.99
  • 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
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