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Skeletons from the Closet : The Best of Grateful Dead Compilation

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  • CD (2 septembre 1991)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Compilation
  • Label: Warner Bros
  • ASIN : B000002KF8
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GRATEFUL DEAD Skeletons From The Closet: The Best Of The Grateful Dead (2005 German 11-track compilation CD picture sleeve with a picture card slipcase)

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HASH(0xa263c5dc) étoiles sur 5 For The Casual Grateful Dead Fan (If Such A Thing Exists) 2 février 2000
Par Anthony G Pizza - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Knowing, working with Dead heads having bureaus of Grateful Dead concert tapes (including some from the group's Warlocks origin), how do you justify, let alone buy, a rarities/greatest hits collection like this? Easy...these are the songs that made the Dead's radio and songwriting reputation before the live traveling circus show became the entire show.
"Skeletons" succintly proves the Dead's abilities as harmony singers ("Uncle John's Band" is tighter than anything CSNY did then), rustic new folk-rockers ("Sugar Magnolia," "Mexicali Blues" and "Friend of the Devil" feel like they were created in Death Valley in July) and live blues-boogie jammers (a strained Bob Weir vocal on "One More Saturday Night" and some Pigpen grease on Bobby Bland's "Turn On Your Love Light" represents what they did so well for so long).
Now that the fair has moved on, Dead Heads would do well not to dis this collection completely. It is often discounted at music stores, and younger listeners may buy it as the first step on the long, strange (now recorded) trip.
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HASH(0xa2642b94) étoiles sur 5 Most Likely Album To Turn A Novice Into A Deadhead 10 janvier 2003
Par Eric R. Last - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The criticism from the Deadheads over this album just doesn't wash. This is unquestionably the best single disc of studio music in the Dead catalog. It is by far the best place to start for the uninitiated. Of course the live albums are more representative of what the whole Dead scene was/is all about, but someone who is not already a fan will almost certainly be more impressed with this than with any of the Dead's live albums. Once they fall in love with these classic songs, they most likely will seek out more. Some may (like me) explore quite deeply without ever becoming a major Deadhead. Others will be won over completely, and still others will be satisfied to stop fairly early in their journey. But the point is, no other Dead album will whet the appetite of a newcomer more effectively than "Skeletons From The Closet". Not "American Beauty", not "Workingman's Dead", not "What A Long Strange Trip It's Been", and certainly not any of the live albums. As tight as the Dead could be in concert at times, the vocal sound is just never as good as the studio recordings. If you really want a non-believer to understand why you love the Dead so much, start them with this one.
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HASH(0xa264215c) étoiles sur 5 A Contrary Opinion 6 janvier 1999
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Contrary to other statements, I feel that this cd contains all of the songs necessary, and then some, to be called "the best of". "Mexicali Blues" is one of my favorite Dead songs. I believe that it entails a musical background seperate from that of the other songs, but is just as catchy. The lyrics are incredible as well. I think that anyone who likes this cd should go onto albums. American Beauty is a good starting point. It contains some songs found here and other classics such as "Ripple" and "Box of Rain". This is definitly an incredible cd.
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HASH(0xa2489c0c) étoiles sur 5 It all started with this one 31 mai 2005
Par SMH71 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
It was the last day of school my junior year of high school and me and my best friend at the time rode our bikes quite a ways to the mall. I came home with this tape after being intrigued by the deads popularity at the time, touch of grey was all the rage on radio and mtv and thats all the exposure I had until getting this tape. Skeletons from the closet really impressed me, much more then I expected and I highly recommend it to people who aren't familiar with the band and are daunted by the huge number of releases out there. I thought there were TONS back in 1988 which was nothing compared to amount of stuff available now but luckily I made the right choice with this. The songs on this are what the title says, truly the best studio tracks, whoever put this together really put themselves in the shoes of the casual listener. My favorite tracks at the time were the golden road and rosemary, in retrospect it's a bit odd rosemary was included but it works like the rest of the album. A couple weeks after getting this I got the American Beauty cd which I got just because it had some songs that were on this album so I figured it's probably good :)I really recommend American Beauty as well, in fact, I'd say that these two albums are the perfect starting point for the dead curious ppl out there. Skeletons from the closet brings back fond memories of a time when I was completely clueless about the dead but it all started with that tape which I still have :) 5 stars because as a "Best of" studio album it truly deserves it.
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HASH(0xa2489f18) étoiles sur 5 Grateful Dead 101 22 août 2008
Par Gregor von Kallahann - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
When the vinyl version of this record was released in '74, there was almost no way I would have picked up on it. I had a fair amount of Dead albums already (although I wasn't quite the completist some of my friends were). But in principle, I objected to buying "best of" albums in general, especially of artists I basically admired. That was for dilettantes. Or for people on a very limited budget.

Of course, as a poor college student, I probably should have been on a budget and was sort of on a de facto one, always INTENDING to pick up this or that record eventually. There were any number of Dead albums I never did manage to buy. Still, I at least got to hear pretty much all the Dead I wanted in friends' apartments or dorm rooms. It was like the wallpaper. Getting a "Best Of" release seemed kinda redundant.

But a lot can change in 34 years. All these format changes (to say nothing of real life budgetary issues) have forced me to look at "best of" and "greatest hits" packages in a new light. And even if I were a much harder core Deadhead than I am, there's so much other Dead product out there now to sample (I've only heard a fraction of Dick's famous Picks, for instance) that maybe I really DON'T want to repurchase every single pre-74 release on CD quite yet.

Besides I got this one on sale for just a couple of bucks. And what a treat it is. I love the fact that it's not sequenced chronologically. It begins with "Golden Road" from the very first album but then proceeds on to "Truckin'" from AMERICAN BEAUTY. When I was a kid, I might have been upset that over six years of musical history was seemingly blithely ignored in this sequencing. Now I see it as quite canny marketing (in a good way). The entire album's strategy seems to be to wrap the more experimental stuff around the much more accessible tracks from BEAUTY and WORKINGMAN'S. That might have offended me back when I was a 22 year old purist. In my 50s, I'm a heck of a lot cooler with it.

Some might find that too much emphasis is placed on the more "commercial" early 70s Dead product. But there's live stuff too--which is important for any accurate representation of the Dead. AND bits of weirdness like "Rosemary" from AOXOMOXOA. It would have been nice to see a selection or two from MY own personal favorite Dead LP, ANTHEM OF THE SUN. But that album is pretty much all of a piece, and it'd be next to impossible to isolate a single representative track from it.

In fact, the album seems to have an almost "concert like" flow--as opposed to "historical." Whoever sequenced it seems to have been thinking, "What works best with what?" They chose well. It all keeps truckin' along rather nicely and makes for a rather nice "nostalgia trip" (for some of us--albeit a "short and not all THAT strange a one." And, of course, it could serve as an effective introductory Grateful Dead course for others, especially given since it has so much from the most "tuneful" era.

Win-win, I guess. Veterans will understand--and newbies should keep in mind--that this collection just scratches the surface. But what a surface.
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