What a Long Strange Trip It's Been: The Best of the Grateful Dead ()

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Track Listing
  1. New, New Minglewood Blues
  2. Cosmic Charlie
  3. Truckin'
  4. Black Peter
  5. Born Cross-Eyed
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  1. New, New Minglewood Blues
  2. Cosmic Charlie
  3. Truckin'
  4. Black Peter
  5. Born Cross-Eyed
  6. Ripple
  7. Doin' That Rag
  8. Dark Star
  9. High Time
  10. New Speedway Boogie
  11. St. Stephen
  12. Jack Straw
  13. Me & My Uncle
  14. Tennessee Jed
  15. Cumberland Blues
  16. Playing in the Band
  17. Brown-Eyed Woman
  18. Ramble on Rose
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Released in 1977, What a Long Strange Trip It's Been is an 18-track collection of the Grateful Dead's years at Warner Bros. Records, 1967-1972, heavy on studio recordings. The album makes the same "greatest-hits" appeal as Skeletons from the Closet did in 1974, presenting more accessible, bite-sized chunks for curious newcomers to the Dead or listeners who liked a few radio singles but weren't ready to dive into the endless well of live recordings, bootlegs, and the entire culture that grew around the band. "Truckin'," ...

What a Long Strange Trip It's Been: The Best of the Grateful Dead 1990, Warner Bros.

UPC: 075992732222

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What a Long Strange Trip It's Been: The Best of the Grateful Dead 1990, Warner Bros.

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