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To Terrapin: May 28, 1977 Hartford, CT (Live)

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Download links and information about To Terrapin: May 28, 1977 Hartford, CT (Live) by The Grateful Dead. This album was released in 2009 and it belongs to Rock, Rock & Roll genres. It contains 21 tracks with total duration of 02:52:08 minutes.

Artist: The Grateful Dead
Release date: 2009
Genre: Rock, Rock & Roll
Tracks: 21
Duration: 02:52:08
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Bertha (Live At Hartford, Ct, May 28, 1977) 6:45
2. Good Lovin' (Live At Hartford, Ct, May 28, 1977) 5:34
3. Sugaree (Live At Hartford, Ct, May 28, 1977) 19:17
4. Jack Straw (Live At Hartford, Ct, May 28, 1977) 6:22
5. Row Jimmy (Live At Hartford, Ct, May 28, 1977) 10:43
6. New Minglewood Blues (Live At Hartford, Ct, May 28, 1977) 6:37
7. Candyman (Live At Hartford, Ct, May 28, 1977) 7:03
8. Passenger (Live At Hartford, Ct, May 28, 1977) 3:40
9. Brown-Eyed Women (Live At Hartford, Ct, May 28, 1977) 6:11
10. Promised Land (Live At Hartford, Ct, May 28, 1977) 4:25
11. Samson And Delilah (Live At Hartford, Ct, May 28, 1977) 8:05
12. Tennessee Jed (Live At Hartford, Ct, May 28, 1977) 9:03
13. Estimated Prophet (Live At Hartford, Ct, May 28, 1977) 11:34
14. Playing In the Band, Pt. 1 (Live At Hartford, Ct, May 28, 1977) 10:58
15. Terrapin Station (Live At Hartford, Ct, May 28, 1977) 11:06
16. Drums (Live At Hartford, Ct, May 28, 1977) 1:30
17. Not Fade Away (Live At Hartford, Ct, May 28, 1977) 15:11
18. Wharf Rat (Live At Hartford, Ct, May 28, 1977) 10:17
19. Playing In the Band, Pt. 2 (Live At Hartford, Ct, May 28, 1977) 6:41
20. One More Saturday Night (Live At Hartford, Ct, May 28, 1977) 5:20
21. U.s. Blues (Live At Hartford, Ct, May 28, 1977) 5:46

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Many factors went into that most transportive of phenomena: a great Dead show. But the most essential one was Jerry Garcia's musical temperature on a given night. There are no worries on that front here; from his lyrical lines on a nearly 20-minute "Sugaree" (sounding at times like the cooing of birds) to his angular, electronically processed explorations on a similarly expansive "Not Fade Away," the guitarist is firing on all pistons. So are his bandmates, likely excited to have an album's worth of great new material (Terrapin Station) to play. Terrapin would be released two months later, and the band had already spent much of the year playing the songs live. From the cubist reggae of "Estimated Prophet" to the complex, art-rock song suite that gave the album its name, the Dead lit the tunes ablaze on that spring evening in Hartford.