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Dare to Dream


Dare to Dream


$14.13


Singer/songwriter Toni Brown is also the publisher of the California music history magazine Relix, and is not to be confused with the former lead singer of the ’70s country-rock band Joy of Cooking. On Dare to Dream, Brown displays an obvious affection for the Grateful Dead (she covers the Altamont commentary “New Speedway Boogie”), the Flying Burrito Brothers (Burrito Brother John Beland is her producer), and Quicksilver Messenger Service (dig the lengthy guitar solos that unfold in “Broken Record”), and she improbably covers George Gershwin’s “Summertime.” But Brown manages to not sound like some tired hippie mama reliving the glory days of the jam band scene. She’s a dusky-voiced singer with a sensitive ear for phrasing and a good ear for covers, absolutely transforming Blind Faith’s “Can’t Find My Way Home” and turning the Coasters’ “I’m a Hog for You” into a sassy roadhouse blues in a Lou Ann Barton style. Brown is less surefooted when it comes to the handful of originals, though the title track does come over like a psychedelic Sheryl Crow. Dare to Dream isn’t exactly a world beater, but you’ll never see Jann Wenner make an album this good. ~ Stewart Mason

Eyes on the Lines [Digipak] *


Eyes on the Lines [Digipak] *


$7.92


Personnel: Steve Gunn (vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Jason Meagher (guitar, electric guitar, flute); James Elkington (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, lap steel guitar, dobro, piano); Paul Sukeena (electric guitar); Nathan Bowles (banjo, piano, organ, drums, percussion); Mary Lattimore (harp); Hans Chew (Wurlitzer organ); Justin Tripp (keyboards); John Truscinski (drums). Audio Mixer: Nicolas Vernhes. Recording information: Black Dirt Studio, Westtown, NY (04/2015/09/2015); Uniform Recording, Philadelphia, PA (04/2015/09/2015). Brooklyn singer, songwriter, and guitar slinger Steve Gunn makes his Matador debut with Eyes on the Lines, a windblown set of road explorations that, despite its meandering nature, is one of his most accessible records yet. The Pennsylvania native has maintained a prolific output over the previous decade, much of it in the form of one-off projects and collaborations, but his solo releases all seem to spring from the same well of wanderlust. Expanding on the spacious sound of his excellent 2014 LP, Way Out Weather, Eyes on the Lines is more of a free-flowing rock affair, finding Gunn and his band locking into bucolic grooves that take their time to unfurl. Both lyrically and musically, Gunn’s themes seem geared toward observation and the natural relationship with one’s surroundings, urging listeners to “take your time, ease up, look around, and waste the day” on opener “Ancient Jules.” It introduces the album’s casual tone and sets up subsequent highlights like the breezy “Nature Driver” and “Night Wander,” an affable moonlit ramble whose nimble riffs are punctuated by some clever work from drummer John Truscinski. As with Gunn’s more recent albums, echoes of cerebral jammers like the Grateful Dead and the Velvet Underground can be heard in his work, though his style ultimately comes across as more impressionistic than either of those two sources. But as blissed-out a road record as it is, Eyes on the Lines contains some

Grateful Dead - Argyle Soft T-Shirt - S


Grateful Dead – Argyle Soft T-Shirt – S


$13.77


Bertha stands surrounded by roses in a stylized pen-sketch adaptation of the iconic cover art from the Grateful Dead’s classic album Skull and Roses on this cream-colored, 100% cotton t-shirt. An argyle background print underneath adds a unique touch to an already awesome tee – perfect for Dead Heads who want to add a touch of class to their wardrobe!

Grateful Dead - Argyle Soft T-Shirt - S


Grateful Dead – Argyle Soft T-Shirt – S


$11.77


Bertha stands surrounded by roses in a stylized pen-sketch adaptation of the iconic cover art from the Grateful Dead’s classic album Skull and Roses on this cream-colored, 100% cotton t-shirt. An argyle background print underneath adds a unique touch to an already awesome tee – perfect for Dead Heads who want to add a touch of class to their wardrobe!

Grateful Dead - Argyle Soft T-Shirt - S


Grateful Dead – Argyle Soft T-Shirt – S


$11.77


Bertha stands surrounded by roses in a stylized pen-sketch adaptation of the iconic cover art from the Grateful Dead’s classic album Skull and Roses on this cream-colored, 100% cotton t-shirt. An argyle background print underneath adds a unique touch to an already awesome tee – perfect for Dead Heads who want to add a touch of class to their wardrobe!

Grateful Dead - Bertha Skull T-Shirt


Grateful Dead – Bertha Skull T-Shirt


$19.95


This grey t-shirt from the Grateful Dead features the rose-crowned skull from the cover of their self-titled 1971 album in a stylized black sunburst logo graphic. Made from a soft 90/10 cotton/polyester blend and with an artful fusion of retro and modern design, this is a must-have tee for Dead Heads new and old.

Grateful Dead - Bertha White Adult T-Shirt - Large


Grateful Dead – Bertha White Adult T-Shirt – Large


$19.95


The Grateful Dead’s iconic Bertha mascot from the cover of their self-titled 1971 album is featured in an incredible all-over graphic across the front of this white, 100% cotton t-shirt, with a gothic band logo and roses in blood red print. A unique, singularly designed tee that no serious Dead Head should be without.

Grateful Dead - Bertha White Adult T-Shirt - Large


Grateful Dead – Bertha White Adult T-Shirt – Large


$17.95


The Grateful Dead’s iconic Bertha mascot from the cover of their self-titled 1971 album is featured in an incredible all-over graphic across the front of this white, 100% cotton t-shirt, with a gothic band logo and roses in blood red print. A unique, singularly designed tee that no serious Dead Head should be without.

Grateful Dead - Bertha White Adult T-Shirt - Large


Grateful Dead – Bertha White Adult T-Shirt – Large


$19.95


The Grateful Dead’s iconic Bertha mascot from the cover of their self-titled 1971 album is featured in an incredible all-over graphic across the front of this white, 100% cotton t-shirt, with a gothic band logo and roses in blood red print. A unique, singularly designed tee that no serious Dead Head should be without.

Grateful Dead - Rasta Stealie Tie Dye T-Shirt - X-Large


Grateful Dead – Rasta Stealie Tie Dye T-Shirt – X-Large


$27.95


The official Rastafari colors of green, yellow, and red are tie dyed onto this all cotton t-shirt, with the cover artwork from the Grateful Dead’s ’76 live album Steal Your Face in the same pattern. This tee gives a classic album a spiritual facelift that fans are bound to love!

Grateful Dead - Workingmans Dead Long Sleeve T-Shirt - Large


Grateful Dead – Workingmans Dead Long Sleeve T-Shirt – Large


$28.95


The cover art from the Grateful Dead’s classic album Workingman’s Dead is featured on the front of this black, 100% cotton long sleeve. A rustically stylish tribute to one of the Grateful Dead’s greatest records.

Grateful Dead - Workingmans Dead Long Sleeve T-Shirt - Large


Grateful Dead – Workingmans Dead Long Sleeve T-Shirt – Large


$28.95


The cover art from the Grateful Dead’s classic album Workingman’s Dead is featured on the front of this black, 100% cotton long sleeve. A rustically stylish tribute to one of the Grateful Dead’s greatest records.

Hal Leonard Million Dollar Bash: Bob Dylan, The Band, and the Basement Tapes


Hal Leonard Million Dollar Bash: Bob Dylan, The Band, and the Basement Tapes


$19.95


It’s 1967, the Summer of Love, and Bob Dylan is holed up in Woodstock with a group of musicians once known as The Hawks, laying down a set of recordings that will soon turn the music world on its head. These recordings – the Basement Tapes – would not be released commercially by Dylan at first, but would emerge in the form of cover versions by acts such as the Byrds, Manfred Mann, and Peter Paul & Mary. Together, they would inspire a homespun, back-to-basics approach in the work of the Beatles, the Stones, the Grateful Dead, and many others, while also kick-starting the entire Americana genre. In this fully revised and updated edition – published to coincide with a major new documentary about the Basement Tapes and the release of the T Bone Burnett-produced Lost on the River album – author and musician Sid Griffin is given unique access to a cache of more than 40 never-before-heard Basement Tapes recordings, allowing him to shine even greater light on this pivotal yet often misunderstood moment in popular music history.

Hal Leonard Revolver: How The Beatles Re-Imagined Rock 'n' Roll


Hal Leonard Revolver: How The Beatles Re-Imagined Rock ‘n’ Roll


$19.99


Robert Rodriguez’s Revolver: How the Beatles Re-Imagined Rock ‘n’ Roll is an in-depth look at the storied recording and enormous impact of one of the most influential albums from one of the most beloved bands in history. Acquired wisdom has always put Sgt. Pepper at the head of the class, but it was Revolver that truly signaled The Beatles’ sea change from a functional band to a studio-based ensemble. These changes began before Rubber Soul, but came to fruition on Revolver, which took an astonishing 300 hours to produce, far more than any rock record before it. The making of Revolver – hunkered down in Abbey Road with George Martin – is in itself a great Beatles story, but would be nothing if the results weren’t so impactful. More than even Sgt. Pepper and Pet Sounds, Revolver fed directly into the rock ‘n’ roll zeitgeist, and its influence could be heard everywhere: from the psychedelic San Francisco sound (Jefferson Airplane, Grateful Dead); to the first wave of post-blues hard rock (Sabbath, Zeppelin); through movie soundtracks and pretty much everything that followed it – including every generation of guitar-based pop music and even heavy metal. More than any record before or after, Revolver was the game-changer. Revolver: How the Beatles Re-Imagined Rock ‘n’ Roll is it’s story.

Hal Leonard The Very Best Of Grateful Dead - Easy Guitar Tab


Hal Leonard The Very Best Of Grateful Dead – Easy Guitar Tab


$14.99


Dead heads and budding guitar players everywhere will rejoice for this collection of 17 classics from the Grateful Dead’s best-selling album for easy guitar. Titles: Box of Rain Casey Jones Estimated Prophet Friend of the Devil The Golden Road Hell in a Bucket The Music Never Stopped One More Saturday Night Sugar Magnolia Touch of Grey U.S. Blues and more.

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