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JERRY GARCIA BAND
SHINING STAR (LIVE PERFORMANCES RECORDED BETWEEN 1989-1993)
ARISTA RECORDS
2-DISC CD
NEW & FACTORY SEALED IN SHRINKWRAP
OUT OF PRINT (NO LONGER MADE)

DISC 1:
1. Shining Star
2. He Ain't Give You None
3. Second That Emotion
4. Money Honey
5. Struggling Man
6. Russian Lullaby
7. Everybody Needs Somebody to Love

DISC 2:
1. Let's Spend the Night Together
2. Mississippi Moon
3. Let It Rock
4. When the Hunter Gets Captured by the Game
5. Ain't No Bread in the Breadbox
6. Positively 4th Street
7. The Maker
8. Midnight Moonlight

ALBUM NOTES & REVIEW
Jerry Garcia Band: Jerry Garcia (vocals, guitar); Melvin Seals (organ, keyboards); John Kahn (bass); David Kemper (drums); Jackie LaBranch, Gloria Jones (background vocals). Recorded live between 1989 and 1993. All tracks have been digitally remastered using HDCD technology. Though the Grateful Dead was more than the sum of its parts, there's no denying the individual gifts of the band's visionary leader. Jerry Garcia's occasional outings with the Jerry Garcia Band proved that the guitarist/vocalist could be consistently compelling in contexts outside the Dead. This two-disc live set, recorded at various concerts between 1984 and 1994, finds the group functioning essentially as a world class bar band, playing songs that weren't necessarily influences on Garcia, but rather simply songs he liked, regardless of vintage. Highlights include perhaps history's slowest rendition of Chuck Berry's "Let it Rock," a nicely languid version of Bob Dylan's "Positively 4th Street," where Garcia manages convincing impressions of both the song's author and guitar hero Mike Bloomfield's snarling Telecaster, and a surprisingly convincing (i.e, horny sounding) take on the Stones' "Let's Spend the Night Together." Throughout, of course, Garcia displays the same liquid fretwork and homey vocal charm that added so much to the Dead's sound. His compatriots provide staunch support throughout, without ever hogging the limelight. Fans of live concert performances or classic rock or psychedelic music may be interested in the CD.
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