The Grateful Dead - From The Mars Hotel album flac
|A2||Pride Of Cucamonga||4:15|
|D2||Ship Of Fools||5:28|
- Mastered By – George Horn
|GD 102||Grateful Dead*||From The Mars Hotel (LP, Album)||Grateful Dead Records||GD 102||US||1974|
|GDCD4007||Grateful Dead*||From The Mars Hotel (CD, Album, RE)||Grateful Dead Records||GDCD4007||US||1989|
|59 302 (GD 102)||Grateful Dead*||From The Mars Hotel (LP, Album)||Grateful Dead Records||59 302 (GD 102)||France||1974|
|UAS 29903||The Grateful Dead||From The Mars Hotel (LP, Album)||United Artists Records||UAS 29903||France||Unknown|
|GD 102||Grateful Dead*||Grateful Dead From The Mars Hotel (Ugly Rumors) (LP, Album)||Grateful Dead Records||GD 102||Canada||1974|
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From the Mars Hotel is the seventh studio album by rock band the Grateful Dead. It was mainly recorded in April 1974, and originally released June 27, 1974. It was the second album by the band on their own Grateful Dead Records label. From the Mars Hotel came less than one year after their previous album, Wake of the Flood, and was the last before the band's then-indefinite hiatus from live touring, begun in October 1974.
grateful dead - Scarlet Begonias - From The Mars Hotel 4:20. grateful dead - Ship Of Fools - From The Mars Hotel 5:36. grateful dead - Loose Lucy - From The Mars Hotel 3:21. grateful dead - Pride Of Cucamonga - From The Mars Hotel 4:13. The Grateful Dead - Unbroken Chain (From the Mars Hotel, June 27, 1974) 6:42. The Grateful Dead - Mars Hotel (Album, June 27,1974) 75:33. Grateful Dead - Pride Of Cucamonga 4:17.
Released date 27 June 1974. Labels Rhino Records Grateful Dead Records. Music StylePsychedelic Rock. Members owning this album2.
From Mars Hotel is filled with a selection of rather quirky numbers. Blues puts a smile on my face, with its occasional humorous lyrics, and the odd playing that surprisingly harmonizes extremely well. Blues, Loose Lucy does practically the same, but has a much more simple feel to it. Each very hard to understand and describe. On top of those two tracks, the album features two of The Grateful Dead’s greatest hits. Those two being the Reggae influenced Scarlet Begonias, and the commonly covered Ship of Fools.
The Grateful Dead made their reputation on the road with their live shows, and they always struggled to capture that magic in the studio. From the Mars Hotel, while not a classic, represents one of their better studio albums. Jerry Garcia sounds engaged throughout and takes the vocal reigns for most of the songs on the album - although he's not the most gifted vocalist, he proves himself able and versatile. He sings the rollicking opener, ".
When the Grateful Dead released their seventh studio album From the Mars Hotel on June 27, 1974, it was taken as something of an anomaly in the band's catalog. Compared to their previous album – 1973’s breezy, carefree Wake of the Flood – it sounded extremely taut and strangely disciplined. It’s also the first Dead record with no real cohesive song cycle. Pile-driving rockers such as ". . The song closed many a set in the Dead’s tour runs from the '80s and left the audience pumped and ready for whatever the rest of the evening had in store. Listen to the Grateful Dead's 'Unbroken Chain'. The tender Phil Lesh-penned "Unbroken Chain" is another gem from the album that springs to mind.
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Artist: The Grateful Dead. Released: 1974, 27 June. Jerry Garcia - Guitar, Vocals Doug Sahm, Bob Weir - Guitar Vassar Clements - Violin Bill Atwood, Joe Ellis - Trumpets Martin Fierro - Saxophone Sarah Fulcher - Vocals Matthew Kelly - Harmonica Bill Kreutzmann - Drums Phil Lesh - Bass, Vocals Frank Morin - Saxophone Pat O'Hara - Trombone Benny Velarde - Percussion Mary Ann Mayer - Illustrations, Creation.