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Without a Net

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Download links and information about Without a Net by The Grateful Dead. This album was released in 1990 and it belongs to Rock genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 02:11:52 minutes.

Artist: The Grateful Dead
Release date: 1990
Genre: Rock
Tracks: 14
Duration: 02:11:52
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Feel Like a Stranger (Live October 1989 - April 1990) 7:31
2. Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo (Live October 1989 - April 1990) 8:00
3. Walkin' Blues (Live October 1989 - April 1990) 5:44
4. Althea (Live October 1989 - April 1990) 6:55
5. Cassidy (Live October 1989 - April 1990) 6:35
6. Bird Song (Live October 1989 - April 1990) 12:57
7. Let It Grow (Live October 1989 - April 1990) 11:54
8. China Cat Sunflower / I Know You Rider (Live October 1989 - April 1990) 10:24
9. Looks Like Rain (Live October 1989 - April 1990) 8:03
10. Eyes of the World (Live October 1989 - April 1990) 16:14
11. Victim or the Crime (Live October 1989 - April 1990) 8:04
12. Help On the Way / Slipnot / Franklin's Tower (Live October 1989 - April 1990) 18:57
13. One More Saturday Night (Live October 1989 - April 1990) 4:50
14. Dear Mr. Fantasy (Live October 1989 - April 1990) 5:44

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Released in 1990, Without a Net was the first official Grateful Dead live album to benefit from the compact disc's expanded time capacities. Issued as a two-CD/three-LP collection, it captures the Dead in fine form between October 1989 and April 1990, as the band played arenas in Virginia, New Jersey, California, Ontario, and Long Island. The album was dedicated in code to Brent Mydland, the band's keyboardist who had died of a drug overdose during the album's assembly. As the last batch of shows to feature this lineup with Mydland, it's obviously bittersweet, especially considering just how good they'd been together on this tour. Excellent versions of "Althea," "Cassidy," "Bird Song," and Traffic's "Dear Mr. Fantasy" proved that the band never phoned it in. The fidelity is exceptional, with the 19-minute medley of "Help Is on the Way/Slipknot/Franklin's Tower" showing the magic that Deadheads said always existed in concert.