Jerry Garcia - Sugaree / Deal download album
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Garcia is Grateful Dead guitarist Jerry Garcia's first solo album, released in 1972. Records offered the Grateful Dead the opportunity to cut their own solo records, and Garcia was released around the same time as Bob Weir's Ace and Mickey Hart's Rolling Thunder. Unlike Ace, which was practically a Grateful Dead album, Garcia was more of a solo effort, as Garcia played almost all the instrumental parts.
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Garcia spoke about this album during an interview with Rolling Stone: I’m doing it to be completely self-indulgent musically. I’m just going on a trip. I have curiosity to see what I can do, and I’ve a desire to get into sixteen track and go on trips that are too weird for me to want to put anybody else I know through. And also I want to pay for this house. It reached 35 in Billboard’s album charts-the peak of Garcia’s solo career. The singles taken from the album did not fare so well. With Sugaree, Eep Hour being the most successful-reaching 94th in the charts in April 1972.
Garcia's guitar playing is fantastic throughout the album as well. From the rolling arpeggios in the lead-up to "Sugaree"'s chorus to the sharp, vibrant country pluckings of "Loser" to the relaxed, rollicking Southern style on "Deal," Jerry really gets to show his chops here in a way he never did on most of the studio albums. While "Spidergawd" has a nice creepiness to it, all of them feel like prolonged filler and take away from the album's best features
NotesManufactured in Germany
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, etched): PCA-0932
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, etched): PCA-0930
|WB 16 170||Jerry Garcia||Sugaree / Deal (7", Single)||Warner Bros. Records||WB 16 170||Germany||1972|
|WB 16 170||Jerry Garcia||Sugaree / Deal (7", Single, Promo)||Warner Bros. Records||WB 16 170||Germany||1972|