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  1. Grateful Dead Shakedown Street (Expanded + Remastered) by Grateful Dead on CD a replacement for the vinyl purchased in (it was in fact only the fourth GD LP I possessed after Live Dead, American Beauty and Workingman's Dead) and IMO not as bad as people make out/5().
  2. Shakedown Street is the tenth studio album by rock band the Grateful Dead, released November 15, on Arista Records. The album came just over a year after previous studio album Terrapin was the final album for Keith and Donna Jean Godchaux, who left the band a few months after its record was produced by Lowell George (of Little Feat) and John KahnGenre: Funk rock, disco.
  3. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Grateful Dead* - Shakedown Street at Discogs. Complete your Grateful Dead* collection.4/5().
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  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Shakedown Street on Discogs.4/5(21).
  6. CD. LP. Digital. Video. Dave's Picks. home > images > Album Cover, Shakedown Street. Image. Album Cover, Shakedown Street. Jerry Garcia. Jerry Garcia. Bob Weir. Bob Weir. Bill Kreutzmann. Be the first to know about the Grateful Dead’s exclusive limited-edition releases, breaking news on the band, community events, and so much more.
  7. "Shakedown Street" is a song by the Grateful Dead. It was written by lyricist Robert Hunter and composed by guitarist Jerry Garcia. It was released as the title track on the album Shakedown Street in November The song was first performed live on August 31, at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre, in Morrison, Colorado. The song "From the Heart of Me" was also played for the first time during.
  8. Shakedown Street Grateful Dead. Produced by Lowell George. Album Shakedown Street. Shakedown Street Lyrics [Verse 1] You tell me this town ain't .
  9. Editors’ Notes Shakedown Street's title track shows the Dead adapting shockingly well to the disco era, transforming their normal rhythmic interplay into a slick, grooving strut. The remainder of the album sees them tackling similarly funky sounds. The rough-edged blues of "I Need a Miracle" and the Caribbean-tinged "Fire On the Mountain" would become setlist staples, and their Latin Released on: November 15,

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