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Sugar Magnolia - Grateful Dead* - Grateful Dead Recorded Live In Concert

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  1. Official Site Of The Grateful Dead. Truck along with the Dead & Company Digital Concert Series. Live audio for these recordings was mixed and remastered by Dead & Company’s Front of House Engineer, Derek Featherstone, and the band’s Recording Engineer, Ross Harris.

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  2. Grateful Dead. The Best of the Grateful Dead Live is a compilation album by the rock band the Grateful Dead. It contains songs that were recorded live in concert and previously released on other Grateful Dead albums. It was released on March 23, Genre: Rock.

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  3. Sugar Magnolia Lyrics: Sugar magnolia, blossoms blooming, heads all empty, and I don't care. / Saw my baby down by the river; knew she'd have to come up soon for .

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  4. Sugar Magnolia - Grateful Dead Tribute. K likes. A Tribute to The Grateful Dead, from Cleveland OH - Since ! Followers: K.

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  5. Aug 07,  · Grateful Dead Week rambles and rolls on, and today we've got an exclusive cut of the group performing an extended version of American Beauty classic "Sugar Magnolia" live at .

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  6. I used to think Sugar Magnolia was about Weir's girlfriend at the time, Frankie. Not so sure now. Was at the Fillmore East September 17, Now that's a four night run for a box-set. Acoustic Grateful Dead, New Riders of the Purple Sage, electric set from the Dead to cap the night. It was called "An Evening with the Grateful Dead".

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  7. By the time it was all tallied up, according to Deadbase, the Grateful Dead performed “Sugar Magnolia” in concert more than any other song in their catalog besides “Me & My Uncle.”.

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  8. Sugar Magnolia, blossoms blooming Heads all empty and I don't care Saw my baby down by the river Knew she'd have to come up soon for air. Sweet blossom, come on under the willow (note 1).

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  9. Up until this time, all of The Grateful Dead's albums had been recorded in the studio. Not doing particularly well with the studio ventures, the natural thing to do was to record a live album. In , "The Live/Dead" became the first live album the band made.

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