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It sounds like a blender full of the band's then-increasingly-prevalent jazz tendencies, the exploratory jams of their live show, and the trippy acid rock that they helped pioneer, yet it still manages to be a cohesive pop song. The instrumental passages may go off into outer space, Sunshine Baby - Moskovskaya - The Edge Of A New Era (Cassette, but Jerry's calmly addictive refrains always keep the song coming back to down to Earth.
It's got the kind of wet, spacious production that bands like Grizzly Bear favor today, with chilled-out keys and vocal harmonies that do a lot to fill the song's atmosphere.
As soon Sunshine Baby - Moskovskaya - The Edge Of A New Era (Cassette that groove locks in after the jammy ending of "Slipknot! Though less memorable, "Crazy Fingers" is another dose of reggae-psych along the lines of "Franklin's Tower," and an even clearer example of the way Blues for Allah blends genres.
Sometimes it sounds like traditional reggae, other times it sounds almost like late '60s Beatles, and it makes the lines between those two sounds look a lot blurrier than you'd ever expect.
It's got it all: creepy, Eastern-inspired vocal harmonies and lyricsinstrumental parts that literally sound like a bad acid trip, background noises that sound like a rainforest, and the trancelike repetition of "under eternity" that gives The Beach Boys' home-recorded era a run for its money.
Turn this one up, close your eyes, and you'll see how no one could recreate the psychedelic experience like the Grateful Dead could. Workingman's Dead and American Beauty came out the same year within months of each other, and they're really two parts of an inseparable whole. It almost feels weird to rank them separately, as they achieved the same things commercial success, better singing and you can't have one without the other.
But, if we're ranking them, American Beauty has the edge. Workingman's Dead is of course no slouch, though, and some of its songs are as good or better than American Beauty 's best songs. Like many other bands did after the '60s ended, the Grateful Dead ditched the overtly psychedelic studio production as they entered the '70s but their live shows were still as conducive to dropping acid as could beand the first result of this was the folk rock of Workingman's Dead.
More than on any Dead album before it, good songwriting and good singing was the goal on Workingman's Deadand the Dead proved that they could achieve that goal for the length of an entire album.
As seen in recent Dead film Long Strange TripJerry really pushed the band to nail their vocal harmonies during this era, and his efforts paid off. The Grateful Dead are dizzying instrumentalists, but singing was never their strongest point, so when you first heard those lush harmonies in Workingman's Dead opener "Uncle John's Band," you knew these guys were in previously unchartered territory.
That song is such a big singalong at live shows that you hardly need to pay attention to how the band is playing it on stage, but hearing it in the stripped-down form it's in on Workingman's Deadwith so much attention to detail in the harmonies, is truly a treat.
Though American Beauty is overall stronger than Workingman's Deadmy favorite song from the band's folk rock era is on this album: "Dire Wolf. In the context of Workingman's Deadit really shines. Those three songs feel so massive, that you can almost forget about the gorgeously delicate folk of "High Time" sandwiched between them on the album's A side. If there's one thing putting Workingman's Dead just a bit behind American Beautyit's that side B drags just a tiny bit It's just a little funkier than the rest of the album, which puts a welcome hop in Workingman's Dead 's step, and Jerry's voice is at its most pristine on this one.
It's an awesome way to wrap up the album, and it perfectly sets the tone for American Beauty. As mentioned above when I was talking about Bob Weir's Acethe Grateful Dead filled the gap between their and studio albums and fulfilled their contract with Warner by releasing three live albums and the solo debuts by co-frontmen Jerry Garcia and Bob Weir.
Ace really was a Grateful Dead album in everything but name, but Garcia was more technically "solo. Workingman's Dead and American Beauty are generally considered the band's best studio albums and their most "songwriter" albums, but Garcia and Ace were cut from a similar cloth and deserve to be mentioned in that same breath, especially Garcia.
Jerry's singing and songwriting on this album is at least as strong as it is on Workingman's Dead and American Beauty ; American Beauty may have showcased the different members' various strengths as singers and songwriters, but if you want a whole album like "Ripple" and "Friend of the Devil," there's a good argument to be made that Garcia is that album.
The production is also a little more interesting on this album. The stripped-down, earthy vibe of Workingman's Dead and American Beauty is perfect, but the more electricified, more psychedelic Garcia shakes things up a bit compared to those albums and compared to Ace. The four songs on side A are all staples at Grateful Dead concerts, and they all sound especially vibrant on Garcia. Folk rockin' opener "Deal" eases you into the album in a way that's not miles away from American Beauty.
The "don't you let that deal go down" refrain is one of Jerry's most immediate hooks, and his overdriven pedal steel makes it clear that we're in slightly harder-edged territory than American Beauty. Once you've figured that out, Jerry hits you with "Bird Song," a harder and more psychedelic rocker than anything the Dead had done since the '60s.
The main guitar riff is hypnotic, and the atmosphere that surrounds it on this recording makes it even more mesmerizing. Later in the song, when Jerry brings in droning organs and the kind of acid rock soloing he did at the Dead's live shows, you're more inspired to turn on, tune in, and drop out than you would be from anything on American Beauty.
Then it's "Sugaree," which the Dead had already been performing before Garcia came out, and which went on to be one of their most beloved songs. With jangly acoustic guitar in the background, and lightly effected electric guitar making things a little psychedelic in the foreground, the Garcia version sounds bright and spacious, and Jerry's "shake it, shake it, Sugaree" hook is among his finest pop moments. Side A wraps up on a similarly folky note to the one it started on, but instead of upbeat and twangy, it's the melancholic, gently head-nodding "Loser.
Then side B rolls around and the run of "Late For Supper," "Spidergawd," and "Eep Hour" offers up the kind of trippy studio experimentation that Anthem of the Sun and Aoxomoxoa are known for. Jerry pulls you out of the haze with the somber, piano-driven "To Lay Me Down," another of his strongest ballads, and then after a short interlude, Garcia ends with an all-time Dead classic, "The Wheel.
As written above, American Beauty came just months after Workingman's Dead and was cut from a very similar cloth, but it's a noticeable step up. The production is more lush, and there are more stunningly good pop moments.
It opens on one of its finest notes, "Box of Rain," a rare moment where Phil Lesh sings lead, and as is abundantly clear here and as the "Let Phil sing! He's probably the band's second most appealing singer after Jerry, and the timeless "Box of Rain" is some of the best evidence of this. Not to mention it's one of the Dead's most captivating stories lyrically, and Jerry gives a legendary vocal performance of it on American Beauty.
Immediately after that is one that can be better live, the Bob Weir-sung "Sugar Magnolia. The rich harmonies on this version really shine. If American Beauty has one weak link, it's the next song, "Operator.
The album picks right back up after that, with Jerry's gently folky "Candyman," and then side B is nearly perfect. The second half of the album begins with "Ripple," the Dead's finest campfire singalong and a rare favorite among Deadheads and non-Deadheads alike.
Even more so than "Friend of the Devil" or "Casey Jones," "Ripple" feels like a folk music standard today, the way so many of Grateful Dead collaborator Bob Dylan's songs do. The "La da da da" part is as second nature to multiple generations of rock music fans as the "Na na na na na" part of The Beatles' "Hey Jude. On American Beautyit's followed by a more low-key classic, "Brokedown Palace. It emerges as some of the band's best pop songwriting when an entire stadium sings along to it, but it's presented subtly on American Beauty.
The gentle album version sees the band practicing much restraint, which makes it even more impressive that an anthemic pop song managed to poke its head out anyway. It may be known to end live shows, but it doesn't end American Beautyand on the album, you're quickly awakened by the upbeat "Till the Morning Comes," an addictive dose of folk-pop that rivals "Box of Rain" and "Friend of the Devil" in effectiveness, even if not in popularity.
Then it's another comedown with the airy "Attics of My Life," where the group's harmonies are angelic, and finally "Truckin'," a song so deceptively simple that it can almost seem underwhelming at first, until you realize it's drilled its way into your brain. Not to mention it produced the since-immortalized line, "What a long strange trip it's been.
Like I wrote a few times Album), American Beauty and Workingman's Dead are generally the most widely accepted Grateful Dead albums among non-Deadheads, but the band's real crowning achievement is Aoxomoxoa. Coming off the more freeform Anthem of the SunAoxomoxoa was really the first time the Dead showed off the pop songwriting chops that would define their most popular work. Album highlights "St. Stephen" and "China Cat Sunflower" still rival any of the Dead's most accessible moments today, and they remain huge favorites at various Dead offshoots' live shows the latter of which you'll often hear paired with the Dead's version of the blues traditional "I Know You Rider," one of their finest regular covers.
There's always something about the first time a band makes a breakthrough in their sound though -- it's why Revolver still regularly tops Beatles albums lists today -- and maybe that's why these songs just feel ever so slightly more vital than the many great Grateful Dead pop songs to come.
Or maybe it's because they've got the psychedelic production that the band mastered for this album and never really returned to again. Aoxomoxoa is the album where the Dead went as nuts with studio experimentation and trippy sound manipulation as their contemporaries who are more regularly praised for studio work.
You can hear it in the aquatic guitar tones of the "St. Stephen" intro, or the proto-dream pop of that song's "Ladyfinger" section, or Jerry's vocal effects on "China Cat," or that song's woozy keyboards. But those moments are far from the trippy heights that Aoxomoxoa reaches.
The two-minute "Rosemary" sees Jerry's voice manipulated to the point where it sounds like he's singing underwater, and he's backed by nothing other than a gentle acoustic guitar. It's the kind of psychedelic folk nugget that anyone from John Lennon to outsiders like Dave Bixby and Mark Fry probably would've loved to have written, and it still rivals most of the all-time great psych-folk today.
On a similarly delicate but slightly more sober note, "Mountains of the Moon" is another of Jerry's finest psych-folk moments. The acoustic guitar and keyboard arpeggios shimmer like diamonds, and Jerry gives one of the most captivating vocal performances of his career. The Dead's albums may be best known as their folk albums, but the folk of "Mountains of the Moon" tops almost every song on the band's two subsequent LPs.
Fifty very important people, likely: You may never have heard of him, but the DJ is a ubiquitous character when it comes to L. Holmes lives in a purple-and-red house on the edge of Silver Lake that contains not only his studio but a Wonka-esque world of toys that populates his creative play space — a Pac Man arcade game, a Bee Gees rhythm machine, vintage Moog synthesizers and various strange instruments.
Pointing to a sitar leaning against the wall, he recalls a particularly unique session. Holmes also helped Chicago house music producer Felix da Housecat develop club-flavored grooves for Diddy. That personal approach has paid off. I always tell him he should do something on a higher level. Two years later Holmes and Liesegang started collaborating under the Ashtar moniker, having first met Sunshine Baby - Moskovskaya - The Edge Of A New Era (Cassette earlier as students at the University of Chicago at which time, Holmes lived across the street from then little-known law professor Barack Obama.
The film placement opened the door to more nontraditional avenues. Holmes hopes music can rewire society too. Jackson performed the song at the Grammy Awards. It hit number one in Canada and Italy too. Released outside the United States and Canada, "Leave Me Alone" topped the Irish charts  and reached the top ten in five other countries.
The album's final single, "Liberian Girl", did not chart on the Billboard Hotbut reached the top 20 in various countries and reached number one in Ireland.
Bad became the first album to have five consecutive singles peak at number one on the Billboard Hot Davitt Sigerson from Rolling Stone wrote that "even without a milestone recording like ' Billie Jean ', Bad is still a better record than Thriller.
He said while nothing on the record compared to "Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'", the music's "concocted synthesizer-driven arrangements" were "clear" and carried "a solid kick". The Village Voice critic Robert Christgau was also critical. While he felt album's "studio mastery" and Jackson's "rhythmic and vocal power" made for "the strongest and most consistent black pop album in years", he lamented its lack of "genius" in the vein of "Beat Album) or "Billie Jean" and panned the lyrical themes: "He's against burglary, speeding, and sex 'Dirty Diana' is as misogynistic as any piece of metal suck-my-cockin favor of harmonic convergence and changing the world by changing the man in the mirror.
His ideal African comes from Liberia. And he claims moonwalking makes him a righteous brother. Like shit. The Daily Telegraph commented that while Bad was another worldwide commercial success, the album "inevitably failed to match the success of Thriller despite Jackson's massive and grueling world tour",  though Rolling Stone commented that "the best way to view" Bad was not as "the sequel to Thriller.
His overall opinion on Bad was that it was "a very good record" that is "immaculately produced and with some scintillating vocal performances from Jackson". Cromelin felt that it would be "disappointing" if this album's "creative level" is where Jackson wants to stay. Bad has been credited as defining the sound of "lates' pop".
Understandably, the expectations for the album were ridiculously high, and grew even higher after Jackson planned duets with the likes of Prince on the title track and Whitney Houston and Aretha Franklin and Barbra Streisand. None of those collaborations ended up happening, but they only increased the hype for the album.
Bad was a deeply personal project for Jackson — he wrote nine of the 11 songs — one that saw him gain further independence and debut a harder-edged look and sound. InJim Farber of the Daily News wrote that Bad "streamlined the quirks" of Jackson's two previous albums to "create his most smooth work of pop to date. Allen also regarded the album as "[doubling] down on the edge" of Thriller in both subject matter and instrumental arrangement. Joseph Vogel was also enthusiastic about the record.
Online regarded it as having an impact on contemporary artists; "Essentially, [ Bad ] epitomized the massive influence [Jackson] had on many of today's biggest artists. American rapper Kanye West claimed that Jackson's outfit in the "Bad" video is "far more influential" than Jackson's outfit in the " Thriller " video.
West also said "I almost dress like that [Jackson's outfit in the "Bad" video] today. InBad was ranked number on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the Greatest Albums of All Time and in a revised list. It was announced on May 3,that the Estate of Michael Jackson and Epic Records would be releasing a 25th anniversary album of Bad. The album was named Bad 25 and was released on September 18, All tracks written by Michael Jacksonexcept where noted; all tracks produced by Quincy Jones and co-produced by Jackson.
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