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23 internautes sur 25 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Fantastic jams and superb sound quality! 29 août 2005
Par Just Bill - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
As a newcomer to the Grateful Dead, I'm experiencing everything for the first time. And with the wealth of live and studio material out there for this amazing band, I'm in music heaven!

Two From the Vault (the remastered HDCD version released by Rhino in 2004) is amazing. Every instrument is crystal clear. I'm listening to the Dark Start/Saint Stephen/The Eleven jam as I type this and am astounded at the sonic quality of the music. Little or no hiss. Keyboards, bass, percussion, Jerry's guitar -- it's all here, sounding as if it were recorded yesterday as opposed to 1968 when this concert took place.

Many of the jams on this two CD set are mesmerizing. Really. I listened to this in the car driving down a long stretch of highway, hoping all the way that passing cars weren't looking in to see me with my mouth hanging open.

If you like the Grateful Dead, and you'd like to hear (with crystal clarity) how they sounded in 1968, this is a brilliant choice.

If you haven't a clue what the Grateful Dead sound like, but you like "jam band" music and/or you'd like to know what all the Grateful Dead hype is all about, then this would be a great place to start.

I wholeheartedly recommend Two From the Vault!
26 internautes sur 29 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
An excellent show from the primal Dead 19 décembre 2005
Par Chet Fakir - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Two From the Vault is psychedelic primal Dead at their jamming best circa 1968. Thanks to modern technology the Dead were able resurrect this excellent show from oblivion. Due to microphone placement there were phase cancellation problems with the original tapes making them useless for release. Thanks to Dan Healy the phasing problems were eliminated using computer analysis and time correction. Hurray! A great show was saved.
And a great show it is, replete with marvelous and telepathic playing by all members. From the Pigpen sung songs Good Morning Little Schoolgirl and Turn On Your Lovelight to the rolling thunder of the Other One and New Potato Caboose, it's all good. Morning Dew and Death Don't Have No Mercy being the lone ballads are especially emotional. Jerry's voice and playing are strong and everybody else rolls along with raucous abandon, Phil Lesh especially. I've become a big fan of '68 to '70's era Dead because they play with a fire and psychedelic thunder that they largely toned down as they became better and more refined players. While I love the jazzy introspection and much of the more country material the Dead started playing after 1970, there's just something about the raw energy the Dead generated in earlier years with their original lineup of Jerry Garcia, Phil Lesh, Ron "Pigpen" McKernan, Bill Kreutzmann, Mickey Hart (he joined in 1967) and Bob Weir. This is the Grateful Dead at their raw psychedelic best and a really good example of how they sounded in 1968. They're not quite as good players as they became by 1970, but what they lack in harmonic sophistication they more than make up for in energy and passion.
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IN@#&^%#@CREDIBLE!!! 3 octobre 1998
Par M. Broda - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Far and Away my favorite live recording from the Dead. For almost a year, this was the only music in my car. I (like one of the other reviewers here) must have listened to this album hundreds of times...a real tribute to what an incredibly close-knit group of musicians this really was, and this was when the band was still in its infancy. Pig Pen is really one of the great blues vocalists of the 60s and 70s; of all time if he hadn't self-destructed. Dark Star/Saint Stephen/The Eleven on this disc is is some of the best live music ever recorded. Death Don't Have No Mercy will chill you to the bone. A complete and brilliant The Other One...and it all ends fittingly with the power being shut off during Morning Dew to stop the show. I get the feeling if they hadn't pulled the plug, the guys would still be playing. If your a casual Dead fan, this album will introduce you to what the Grateful Dead were all about. I'm sure the Deadheads at this show still haven't come down thirty years later. Buy this album and see what all the fuss is about. Worth ten times what you'd ever pay for it.
14 internautes sur 15 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Cannot wait until they rerelease this classic! 26 août 2004
L'évaluation d'un enfant - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is probably the best recording to ever come out of the Grateful Dead's vault.If you are new to the dead and have only heard their radio hits like Uncle John's Band or Casey Jones, and buy this, you'll get in my opinion, their best. Oh yeah, the last 2 songs are great, but this is what the Grateful Dead were known for. The first disc opens with classic blues sung by the greatest frontman in the history of rock and roll, the late Great Pigpen McKernan (1945-1973) "Good Morning Little Schoolgirl" is the name and it lasts for 14 minutes. That's what the Grateful Dead usually did to the songs, jam. I have to say now that the Grateful Dead were obviously the greatest band ever. Yes, I am a Deadhead but it's pretty plain to see. They could play pretty much everything. This was recorded back on August 23, 1968 at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, CA and is classic prime psychadellic dead.The jams on this gem are priceless and the songs really show that the Grateful Dead were already sprouting out to other genres, especially in their great cover of the Vietnam protest song Morning Dew. I definatly recommend this to a Grateful Dead newcomer and if you are I say WELCOME! WELCOME to the wonderful world of the Grateful Dead. It is clear to me that you have a great taste in music.
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Yes! The classic is finally back!!!!!!!!! 15 septembre 2004
L'évaluation d'un enfant - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Two from the Vault was originally released back in '92 when the Grateful Dead were still together and our dear friend and my idol Jerome John Garcia (1942-1995) It is a live concert recorded back in August 23-24 1968 at the Shrine Auditorium in LA, CA. Well, the concert doesn't dissappoint. This was back when the Grateful Dead jammed a lot and their music was only psychadelic. This was before Workingman's Dead so most of this material you won't find on a best of album but it is, in words, unbelievable. This is a great slab of primal Psychadelic Dead when Pigpen McKernan was still playing keyboards and the Dead just smoked away with tunes like good old Dark Star/St. Stephan/Elevan jam that leads into Jerry's passionate rendition of Death don't have no Mercy. This is definately recomended to any Grateful Dead fan and I love it.
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