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St. Stephen - Grateful Dead* - Fall Of Another Year (CDr)

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  1. Gatilar said:
    Apr 28,  · Grateful Dead - St. Stephen (pt.1) / Not Fade Away / St. Stephen (pt.2) / Eyes Of The World / drums / The Wheel Recorded Live: 6/18/ - Capitol Theatre (Passaic, NJ) .
    19.10.2019
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  2. Vicage said:
    3) Dark Star > St. Stephen > 11 > Lovelight Wow, this is about as Grateful Dead as it gets! The suite is faithfully rendered, with the real fireworks, for me, during Lovelight; Stills' presence adds some flavor, not a lot, but it is noticeable.
    27.10.2019
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  3. Jurn said:
    So it was only fitting that the Grateful Dead picked October 31st to retire one of their most beloved, s-era anthems, “St. Stephen”, which the band performed one final time during a.
    23.10.2019
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  4. Goltizilkree said:
    Lyrics By: Robert Hunter Music By: Jerry Garcia/Phil Lesh Saint Stephen with a rose In and out of the garden he goes Country garland in the wind and the rain Wherever he goes the people all complain Stephen prosper in his time Well he may, and he may decline Did it matter, does it now? Stephen would answer if he only knew how Wishing well with a golden bell Bucket hanging clear to hell Hell.
    19.10.2019
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  5. Malalkree said:
    The Dead recorded “Dark Star” as a single during the Anthem of the Sun sessions, and released in April , backed with “Born Cross-Eyed.” The single version, later released on the compilation album What a Long Strange Trip It’s Been, was short, and included the only instance of Hunter’s voice on an official Dead release, reciting a closing “word salad” over Garcia’s banjo.
    20.10.2019
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  6. Daitaxe said:
    Grateful Dead "St. Stephen": Saint Stephen with a rose, in and out of the garden he goes, One man gathers what another man spills. Saint Stephen will remain, all he's lost he shall regain, Seashore washed by the suds and foam, Been here so long, he's got to calling it home.
    22.10.2019
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  7. Mezim said:
    Stephen IS the real mutha!(especially St. Stephen). probably the best post-'71 version out there, just glorious melodic phrases bursting outta Jer Bear's axe. must hear! must hear!! Reviewer: grateful4ever - favorite favorite favorite favorite - March 9, Subject: Let's be serious again.
    18.10.2019
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  8. Tygolabar said:
    Jul 22,  · all I can say is its the grateful dead were talking about here, I bet you'd completly understand the lyrics if you were on acid. Saint Stephen with a rose, in and out of the garden he goes, Country garden in the wind and the rain, Wherever he goes the people all complain. Stephen prospered in his time, well he may and he may decline.
    21.10.2019
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  9. Daigami said:
    The Grateful Dead was a rock band that formed in in San Francisco, California, United States from the remnants of another band, "Mother McCree's Uptown Jug Champions," The Grateful Dead were known for their unique and eclectic songwriting style which fused elements of rock, folk music, bluegrass, blues, country, and jazz, and also for live performances of long modal jams.
    23.10.2019
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