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Workingman's Dead

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An album by Grateful Dead

Workingman's Deadand its successor from later in 1970,American Beauty, are the Dead albums even non-Deadheads embrace. With these two new-decade statements, the group reigned in its demonstrative instrumental side in favor of a pithier presentation of … see full wiki

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Where the Heck is Bobbie's voice?

  • Mar 7, 2000
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+4
I'll tell you where. Just about non-existent. Allright I know Jerry was da man in this Gratefully Great Band from him to get the lead vocal on seven of eight tracks is a little out of balance. None the less, these are quality songs if not quite my all time favorites. Very much an acoustic driven album so keep that in mind when deciding if you want to make the investment. None the less, Jerry turns in some find guitar playing and a nice vocal on New Speedway Boogie. And Pig Pen is in top form on Easy Wind. I would pick up American Beauty and other recordings before this one. None the less, its well worth having.

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Label: Warner Bros UK
Release Date: October 25, 1990

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