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GRATEFUL DEAD - INFRARED ROSES 'CD' ''EUROPE''

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1 Crowd Sculpture Bob Bralove Grateful Dead 2:21 2 Parallelogram Mickey Hart / Bill Kreutzmann Grateful Dead 5:06 3 Little Nemo in Nightland Bob Bralove / Jerry Garcia / Phil Lesh / Bob Weir Grateful Dead 6:18 4 Riverside Rhapsody Jerry Garcia / Mickey Hart / Bill Kreutzmann / Phil Lesh / Brent Mydland / Bob Weir Grateful Dead 3:55 5 Post-Modern Highrise/Table Top Stomp Jerry Garcia / Mickey Hart / Bill Kreutzmann / Phil Lesh / Brent Mydland / Bob Weir Grateful Dead 4:23 6 Infrared Roses Bob Bralove / Jerry Garcia / Phil Lesh / Brent Mydland / Bob Weir Grateful Dead 5:39 7 Silver Apples of the Moon Bruce Hornsby / Vince Welnick Grateful Dead 5:41 8 Speaking in Swords Bob Bralove / Mickey Hart / Bill Kreutzmann Grateful Dead 3:29 9 Magnesium Night Light Jerry Garcia / Phil Lesh / Brent Mydland / Bob Weir Grateful Dead 5:30 10 Sparrow Hawk Row Bob Bralove / Jerry Garcia / Mickey Hart / Dan Healy / Bill Kreutzmann / Phil Lesh / Brent Mydland / Bob Weir Grateful Dead 3:23 11 River of Nine Sorrows Bob Bralove / Mickey Hart / Bill Kreutzmann Grateful Dead 4:25 12 Apollo at the Ritz Bob Bralove / Jerry Garcia / Mickey Hart / Bill Kreutzmann / Phil Lesh / Branford Marsalis / Brent Mydland / Bob Weir Grateful Dead 8:16

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The nearly hour-long instrumental interplay on Infrared Roses (1991) came from a variety of concert performance excerpts circa 1989 and 1990. The audio was reconfigured and combined into four distinct multi-movement suites -- all of which were named by Grateful Dead lyricist Robert Hunter. Opening the disc is the audience-participating "Crowd Sculpture," setting the communal pre-show scene with a mélange of sonic experiences starring the typical Grateful Dead parking lot denizens doing their respective thing. The roar of the expectant audience then leads into "Parallelogram" the first of several rhythm-intensive selections with Mickey Hart (trap drums/timbales/electronic percussion/toms/synthesizer) and Bill Kreutzmann (trap drums/beast/beam/electronic percussion/talking drum) at the helm. These excursions typically occurred during the second set and were followed by a few minutes of free-form exchanges from the band's co-founders Jerry Garcia (guitar/electronic percussion/synthesizer), Phil Lesh (bass/synthesizer), and Bob Weir (guitar/midi guitar/synthesizer). Through July of 1990, Brent Mydland (keyboards/Midi keyboard/synthesizer) was the primary ivory tickler. After his untimely passing, Vince Welnick (synthesizer) and (for a brief time) Bruce Hornsby (piano/synthesizer) were Mydland's replacements. Additionally, Bob Bralove -- the CD's producer and one of the Grateful Dead's longtime audio engineers -- is credited with electronic drumming. There are also appearances by the Neville Brothers' Willie Green III (kick/snare/hi hat) who submits a well-placed beat or two to "Post-Modern Highrise Table Top Stomp" from his December 28, 1990 guest shot. Branford Marsalis (tenor sax/soprano sax) is heard blowing strong counterpoint during the closer "Apollo at the Ritz." His contributions come from a March 29, 1990 confab in which Marsalis sat in for most of the second set. Caveat Emptor as Infrared Roses isn't a typical live Grateful Dead recording and potential consumers should not expect such. However, there is plenty for the adventurous listener, Deadheads longing for a good ol' "Drums/Space" freak-out, and even parties curious about the remarkable stylistic breadth that became a motif of the Grateful Dead's concerts for three decades.

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Artista GRATEFUL DEAD
Formato da Mídia CD
Gravadora GREATFUL DEAD RECORDS
Origem EUROPE
Nº de Faixas 12
Código Identificador (SKU) GRD4014

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