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. This weatherproof, die-cut vinyl sticker measures 4 1/4" x 4 1/8"
An 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. This die-cut, weather proof vinyl sticker features "Tiger" inlayed on a transparent background and measures 5.25" x 3".
GarciaLive Volume Two captures the classic latter-era lineup of the Jerry Garcia Band in the very familiar surroundings of the Greek Theatre in Berkeley, CA. Recorded during a fruitful period for the band, which has resulted in two previous releases (Jerry Garcia Band and How Sweet It Is) , this show features a guest appearance by acclaimed banjo player Bela Fleck to kick off the second set with a fiery rendition of "Midnight Moonlight" and an otherworldly adventure on the Jimmy Cliff classic, "The Harder They Come."
An 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. This Jerry Garcia pint glass is etched with the "Tiger" inlay and Garcia signature logo.
The first release from the newly-launched Garcia Live series features a recording from the historic Capitol Theatre in Passaic, New Jersey on March 1, 1980. The band performed an early and a late show on this evening, as was common at the time. The shows were originally multi-tracked on a 24-track mobile rig for WNEW's broadcast of the early show. The band, which included Garcia on guitar and vocals, partner in crime John Kahn on bass, Ozzie Ahlers on Keys and Johnny de Foncesca on drums at the time, was wrapping up a three-week East Coast run with the performances on this evening. Highlights including a take on the Jimmie Rodgers penned rave-up, "That's All Right," an early show encore of "Deal" and a rollicking version of "That's What Love Will Make You Do" show Jerry and the band loose and fluid at the end of the tour.
The third installment from the newly minted archival series celebrating the music of Jerry Garcia. GarciaLive Volume Three features newly mastered original two-track recordings from one of Jerry's most experimental, improvisational and revered projects: Legion of Mary. Culled from two Pacific Northwest performances on what is thought to be the band's first tour, GarciaLive Volume Three presents over 2 1/2 hours of previously unreleased music accompanied by a liner note essay by Dead Notes author Darryl Norsen, and previously unpublished live photos.
Legion of Mary is: Jerry Garcia, Merl Saunders, John Kahn, Martin Fierro, and Ron Tutt