Grateful Dead album by album thread

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  1. ceddy10165

    ceddy10165 My life was saved by rock n roll

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    wow Jackson, congrats and thanks to you for an amazing thread -- it's threads like this that make the Hoffman boards so special. THANK YOU!

    I have found many times while reading this thread that i am so overwhelmed with thoughts and emotions, that I can't find anything concise to add, and I find it most of all at the end of the road. The GD is just a part of the fabric of me at this point -- I would not be the same human being without that experience.

    I am so very thankful for all of the music Jerry made and shared with us, but his passing still stings to this day. it brought many things in to focus for me at the time. I can vividly remembering lying under my 68 VW bus adjusting the gaskets when my girlfriend came out to tell me the news. I can still feel the heat of the sun, still hear Truckin' on the radio as I turned it on to see if it was true. I remember crying for a man I never met, and thinking at the time how crazy and beautiful it was to have been touched so profoundly and deeply.

    I really love the fragility and mortality of the end period songs. Days Between, Lazy River Road, Eternity, Liberty, and So Many Roads are my favorites. Liberty took on a new meaning when the came out with the video by Justin -- it was a nice feeling and summation. For all of the times that Jerry didn't seem present in the Dead during the final years, it was in that last batch of songs that he seemed to emerge and feel fully invested. in my mind, those are the halls he's still walking...

    i do wish that a collection of those songs was released.

    jackson, again, thanks so much for thread.

    god bless the good 'ol grateful dead...
     
  2. jh901

    jh901 Forum Resident

    perhaps a bit off-topic, but at least I'll bump this thread up....

    I found the Arista/Pair release of 'For the Faithful...' today and I now understand that this initial CD release omitted 'Oh It Ain't No Lie' from the 'Reckoning' live album (since all tracks wouldn't fit to single CD). Anyone have any idea how common this CD is?

    Reckoning Wiki

    ^^btw, the album art is not the one pictured in the Wiki, but rather a black bordered photo of the band performing.
     
  3. Edgard Varese

    Edgard Varese Royale with Cheese

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    Thanks, Jackson. :)
     
  4. hyde park

    hyde park Forum Resident

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    Thanks for you time and deadication, Jackson. Great thread.
     
  5. jacksondownunda

    jacksondownunda Well-Known Member Thread Starter

    I remember the vinyl version on Pair/Arista (same plates as the original Reckoning as far as I know), which seemed strange that one of their more loved lp's could go out of print.
    I never saw this cd that uses similar art, without OBIANL. I'm guessing it was from the 74minute cd era, is the only thing that occurs to me. There was also a Reckoning cd w/o OBIANL so perhaps it's more an in-house Arista contractual issue. On any level For The Faithful would have to be a lot rarer. Maybe someone here might pop in that knows (or start a new thread!)

    Oddly, the electric companion cd Dead Set had versions either missing Drums or Space depending on the pressing in the early 74min years, but nobody felt obligated to change the art or label.
     

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  6. jh901

    jh901 Forum Resident

    Thanks Jackson! I posted it in the "rare CD" thread attached....and now, back to the thread topic....

    Rare CD thread

    ^^^Pls post here with any info....
     
  7. rstamberg

    rstamberg Senior Member

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    Great, great stuff here. Thanks.

    I myself had a brief e-mail exchange with Phil Lesh well prior to the release of SO MANY ROADS where he confirmed he was trying to put together a "final" GD album of new songs. This was in about 1998. I sure would've liked to have seen all of the then new songs on a CD in their "best" versions, be they studio or live. Too bad it didn't happen. Some of Garcia's great final songs have better versions out there than what's been released, IMO.
     
  8. davmar77

    davmar77 I'd rather be drummin'...

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    as long as the archive releases continue, this thread will never die. thanks for all of your hard work on this. :righton::righton::thumbsup::thumbsup:
     
  9. JimSmiley

    JimSmiley Team Blue Note

    Well done Jackson..a thoroughly enjoyable and informative thread.

    Thanks for driving!:cheers:
     
  10. davmar77

    davmar77 I'd rather be drummin'...

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    yes, for driving us mad! MAD I TELL YOU! :winkgrin:
     
  11. markaudio

    markaudio Forum Resident

    Thanks Jackson. A Great Thread, as good as any book I've read on the subject.
    A heads up to all. Go see Furthur. I saw the Dead over 50 times from 1972 on, and after just seeing Furthur at Hampton and Fairfax, I can gladly say that that my son and I just witnessed the two most wonderful shows of Grateful Dead music I've heard since Jerry left the planet.
     
  12. hbbfam

    hbbfam Forum Resident

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    I agree. This thread beats any books I have read on this venerable subject. I have decided to go back and archive each of your threads, Jackson. What a great and fun reference. I wish I knew someone in the publishing business.
     
  13. jacksondownunda

    jacksondownunda Well-Known Member Thread Starter

    Thanks very much for the kind words folks. It hadn't occured to me to archive these as it was living here. I've been competing with the wife, a 16yr old daughter, and 11yr old son for the two surviving laptops in the evenings (the 3rd one fried in the vicinity of '83-'86 with the picture sizing). I'd listen only to albums of that specific tour or year, take a couple lunch walks to remember and think about it, write for an evening and grab a few pics, touch up and post the next night then erase (due to very limited computer memory), and move to the next chapter (no looking back or thinking too far ahead). It was a fun exercise.
    I'll get around to a postscript and side-project/add'l release appendix eventually. Thanks again, all.
     
  14. protay5

    protay5 Member

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    Just wanted to chime in on how wonderful that once-and-future last album was/is. I think that in some form that may or may not exist yet it ranks with their classic albums. Maybe better than In the Dark, though I like that a lot.

    What a heck of a band, what a set of days.

    Thank you Mister Downunda, sir!
     
  15. reb

    reb Long Live Rock

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    Thanks for the superb thread.

    Jerry, we all would rather you be here with us than standing on the moon.
     
  16. shadowlord

    shadowlord Forum Resident

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    I second that emotion :)

    seriously this thread made me buy some more great Grateful Dead live releases.
    DP36, view from the vault III, Winterland 1977 and JGB Lunt Fontane to be precisely.

    therefore, thank you mister Downunda..... you rock!
     
  17. jacksondownunda

    jacksondownunda Well-Known Member Thread Starter

    APPENDIX;

    After a short break and ponder, I’ve come to the conclusion that post-Grateful Dead projects should have their own narrative thread of some description (aka The Afterlife;Dead Style & The Season Of “What Now?”, or something similar). I’ve done a bit of reading the last couple months on the subject, and it could be at least mildly interesting, so I’ll post a new thread in due course if someone doesn’t get the urge in the meantime.

    SO, as previously described, any following future posts will be merely a thinly veiled scam to keep this thread and pics intact for the entertainment of SHF newbies or curious.


    This APPENDIX will consist of;


    1) Grateful Dead member CONTRIBUTIONS to other artist’s albums and singles. Those good folks at deaddisc.com have compiled some lists and they’re fairly massive. We’ve only touched on some of these many contributions in this previous Grateful Dead thread, so this may be an eye-opener for some. If you’ve got questions or thoughts on any of them, please feel free to start a new thread on that album and query.


    2) Grateful Dead or solo FURTHER ARCHIVE RELEASES that have occurred after the earlier finish of this thread. I’ll post pics and album details, where it fits chronologically in the thread, followed by a link to an existing SHF thread on the album. These threads often start as rumor and conjecture, followed by advance promo info, then ordering, postage, then the usual SHF critical analysis, so there’s no need to post anything further here. GD/Rhino release these things often enough that the thread should hang around for a good while.


    Entries will follow in a timely fashion. Thanks Again, All!
     

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  18. jacksondownunda

    jacksondownunda Well-Known Member Thread Starter

    Appendix I; Contributions & Collaborations

    Following are lists of individual Grateful Dead member’s contributions and/or collaborations on non-Grateful Dead recordings up to the 1995 passing of Garcia and the GD name. I’ve borrowed/edited from deaddisc.com yet again to illustrate this aspect of these GD musicians, but by all means check out their website itself for further information on these recordings, as well as a couple hundred other Bay/jam band/and generally interesting bands. One can get lost there for hours.

    http://www.deaddisc.com/GDFD_pindex.htm

    Again, if any of these albums or contributions/collaborations catch your eye, please start a new thread and see what other Dead Heads or fans of that artists have to say about it. (This thread is Dead.)
     

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  19. jacksondownunda

    jacksondownunda Well-Known Member Thread Starter

    Jerry Garcia-Contributions to other artist’s recordings;

    Albums;

    Surrealistic Pillow, Jefferson Airplane, 1967
    Volunteers, Jefferson Airplane, 1969
    Déjà Vu, Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young, 1970
    Marrying Maiden, It's A Beautiful Day, 1970
    Blows Against The Empire, Paul Kantner / Jefferson Starship, 1970
    If I Could Only Remember My Name...., David Crosby, 1971
    Tarkio, Brewer and Shipley, 1971
    Songs for Beginners, Graham Nash, 1971
    Stephen Stills 2, Stephen Stills, 1971
    The New Riders Of The Purple Sage, The New Riders Of The Purple Sage, 1971 James And The Good Brothers, James And The Good Brothers, 1971
    Sunfighter, Paul Kantner / Grace Slick, 1971
    Papa John Creach, Papa John Creach, 1971
    Cross Between, Lamb, 1971
    Powerglide, The New Riders Of The Purple Sage, 1972
    Graham Nash/David Crosby, Graham Nash and David Crosby, 1972
    Manassas, Stephen Stills, 1972
    Excalibur, Tom Fogerty, 1972 ( 1973?)
    Heavy Turbulence, Merl Saunders, 1972
    Demon in Disguise, David Bromberg, 1972
    The Rowan Brothers, The Rowan Brothers, 1972
    Baron Von Tollbooth & The Chrome Nun, Paul Kantner / Grace Slick / David Freiberg, 1973
    Angel Clare, Art Garfunkel, 1973
    Be What You Want To, Link Wray, 1973 (?)
    Fire Up, Merl Saunders, 1973
    Wanted Dead or Alive, David Bromberg, 1974
    Early Flight, Jefferson Airplane, 1974
    Oh, What A Mighty Time, The New Riders Of The Purple Sage, 1975
    Pistol Packin' Mama, Good Old Boys, 1976
    Texican Badman, Peter Rowan, 1980
    Livin' the Life, Chris and Lorin Rowan, 1980
    Uptown, The Neville Brothers, 1987
    Escape From Noise, Negativland, 1987
    A Wing And A Prayer, Matt Kelly, 1987?
    Down In The Groove, Bob Dylan, 1988
    Virgin Beauty, Ornette Coleman and Prime Time, 1988
    Watchfire, Pete Sears and Friends, 1988
    Transverse City, Warren Zevon, 1989
    Blues From The Rainforest, Merl Saunders, 1990
    A Night On The Town, Bruce Hornsby and the Range, 1990
    Superstitious Blues, Country Joe McDonald, 1991
    Devout Catalyst, Ken Nordine, 1992
    Astronauts & Heretics, Thomas Dolby, 1992
    Bluegrass Reunion, Red Allen, David Grisman, Herb Petersen, Jim Buchanan and Jim Kerwin, 1992
    Harbor Lights, Bruce Hornsby, 1993
    Hang Out Your Poetry, Ceremony, 1993
    Trios, Rob Wasserman, 1994
    Hot House, Bruce Hornsby, 1995
    Blue Incantation, Sanjay Mishra with Special Guest Jerry Garcia, 1995
    Common Chord, David Grisman and Daniel Kobialka, 1995
    Carry On, Country Joe McDonald, 1996
    DGQ-20, David Grisman Quintet, 1996
    Live Fillmore West 1969, Country Joe & The Fish & Friends, 1996
    Second Sight, Second Sight, 1996
    Keepers, Merl Saunders, 1997
    Fiesta Amazonica, Merl Saunders & the Rainforest Band, 1998
    With His Funky Friends: Live, Merl Saunders, 1998
    Sundown On The Forest, Kingfish, 1999
    The Cauldron Journey for Healing with Kuan Yin, Nicky Scully, 199?
    New Train, Paul Pena, 2000
    The Genuine Texas Groover, Doug Sahm, 2003
    Now & Then, The Rowan Brothers, 2004
    Intersections, Bruce Hornsby, 2006
    Voyage, David Crosby, 2006
    At the Family Dog Ballroom, Jefferson Airplane, 2007
    Crossing The Line, Bill Cutler, 2008


    Singles;

    Fire In The City / Your Sons And Daughters single, Jon Hendricks, 1967
    My Best Friend / How Do You Feel?, Jefferson Airplane, 1967
    White Rabbit / Plastic Fantastic Lover, Jefferson Airplane, 1967
    Teach Your Children / Carry On, Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young, 1970
    Music Is Love / Laughing, David Crosby, 1971
    I Used To Be A King / Wounded Bird, Graham Nash, 1971
    Orleans / Traction In The Rain, David Crosby, 1971
    Louisiana Lady / Last Lonely Eagle, New Riders of the Purple Sage, 1971
    Teach Your Children / Woodstock, Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young, 1971
    I Don't Know You / Garden Of Eden, New Riders of the Purple Sage, 1972
    Blind John / Pump Song, Mickey Hart, 1972
    Southbound Train / The Wall Song, Graham Nash and David Crosby, 1972
    Save Mother Earth Pt 1 / Save Mother Earth Pt 2, Merl Saunders, 1972
    My Problems Got Problems / Welcome To The Basement, Merl Saunders, 1972
    Faces Places People / Forty Years, Tom Fogerty, 1972
    Ballad Of The Chrome Nun / Sketches Of China, Paul Kantner / Grace Slick / David Freiberg, 1973
    Black Jack Jenny / Rocky Road Blues, Tom Fogerty, 1973, Fantasy 1006 (only in Argentina)
    Black Jack Jenny / Rocky Road Blues / (Hold On ) Annie Mae / Joyful Resurrection (EP) , Tom Fogerty, 1973, Fantasy 3002 (only in Argentina)
    Silvio / Driftin' Too Far From Shore), Bob Dylan, 1988
    Silvio promo single, Bob Dylan, 1988
    A Sneak Peek: Fresh Tracks / New Stars, Various Artists (Bob Dylan), 1988
    Across The River / Fire On The Cross, Bruce Hornsby and the Range, July 1990
    Political World single, Bob Dylan, 1990
    Set Me In Motion EP / Carry The Water / Barren Ground / Another Day, Bruce Hornsby and the Range, May 1991
    Walk In The Sun / Cruise Control / Song B, Bruce Hornsby, 1995


    Non-Playing Technical Contributions;

    Home, Home On The Road, New Riders Of The Purple Sage, 1974
    Pistol Packin' Mama, Good Old Boys, 1976
    Dzintars: Songs of Amber, The Dzintars Latvian Women's Choir, 1990
    Welcome To Our World - 1990, Various Artists, 1990
    Songs from the Sacred Napkin, Various Artists, 1990
    The Best Of Both Worlds, Various Artists, 1995
    20: Rykodisc Twentieth Anniversary, Various Artists, 2004
    Home, Home on the Road / Brujo, New Riders of the Purple Sage, 2004
     
  20. jacksondownunda

    jacksondownunda Well-Known Member Thread Starter

    Bob Weir; Contributions to other artist’s recordings;

    from deaddisc.com;

    Albums & Singles;

    Fire In The City / Your Sons And Daughters single, Jon Hendricks, 1967
    Slewfoot, David Rea, 1973
    A Wing And A Prayer, Matt Kelly, 1987
    Down In The Groove, Bob Dylan, 1988
    Single (Silvio / Driftin' Too Far From Shore), Bob Dylan, 1988
    Silvio promo single, Bob Dylan, 1988
    A Sneak Peek: Fresh Tracks / New Stars, Various Artists (Bob Dylan), 1988
    Nightfood, Brian Melvin, 1988
    Peace On Earth, Country Joe McDonald, 1989
    If Six Was Nine, Various Artists, 1990
    Single (Political World +), Bob Dylan, 1990
    Astronauts and Heretics, Thomas Dolby, 1992
    Live At Sweetwater, Hot Tuna, 1992
    Rare, Live and Classic, Joan Baez, 1993
    Live At Sweetwater 2, Hot Tuna, 1993
     
  21. jacksondownunda

    jacksondownunda Well-Known Member Thread Starter

    Phil Lesh-Contributions to other artist’s recordings;

    from deaddisc.com;

    Albums & Singles;

    Fire In The City / Your Sons And Daughters single, Jon Hendricks, 1967
    If I Could Only Remember My Name...., David Crosby, 1971
    Single (Music Is Love / Laughing), David Crosby, 1971
    Songs For Beginners, Graham Nash, 1971
    Single (I Used To Be A King / Wounded Bird), Graham Nash, 1971
    Graham Nash and David Crosby, Graham Nash and David Crosby, 1972
    Single (Southbound Train / The Wall Song), Graham Nash and David Crosby, 1972
    Demon In Disguise, David Bromberg 1972
    Days Of Wine & Vinyl, Various Artists, 1972
    Wanted Dead Or Alive, David Bromberg 1974
    Seastones, Ned Lagin, 1975
    Out Of The Blues, David Bromberg 1977
    The Best Of Crosby And Nash, David Crosby and Graham Nash 1978
    Apocalypse Now - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, Various Artists, 1979
    Before Time Began, New Riders Of The Purple Sage/David Nelson, 1986
    Crosby, Stills and Nash Box Set, Crosby, Stills and Nash 1991
    Relix's Best Of The Early New Riders Of The Purple Sage, NRPS, 1995
    Now & Then, The Rowan Brothers, 2004
    Voyage, David Crosby, 2006
     
  22. jacksondownunda

    jacksondownunda Well-Known Member Thread Starter

    Bill Kreutzmann-Contributions to other artist’s recordings;

    from deaddisc.com;

    Albums & Singles;

    Fire In The City / Your Sons And Daughters single, Jon Hendricks, 1967
    Blows Against The Empire, Paul Kantner / Jefferson Starship 1970
    Single: A Child Is Coming / Let's Go Together, Paul Kantner / Jefferson Starship, 1971
    If I Could Only Remember My Name...., David Crosby, 1971
    ingle: Music Is Love / Laughing, David Crosby, 1971
    James And The Good Brothers, James And The Good Brothers, 1971
    Powerglide, The New Riders Of The Purple Sage, 1971
    Single: I Don't Need No Doctor / Runnin' Back To You, NRPS, 1972
    Graham Nash and David Crosby, Graham Nash and David Crosby, 1972
    Single: Southbound Train / The Wall Song, Graham Nash and David Crosby, 1972
    Demon In Disguise, David Bromberg 1972
    The Rowan Brothers, The Rowan Brothers, 1972
    Fire Up, Merl Saunders 1973
    Wanted Dead Or Alive, David Bromberg 1974
    The Best Of The New Riders Of The Purple Sage, The New Riders Of The Purple Sage, 1976
    Out Of The Blues, David Bromberg 1977
    The Best Of Crosby And Nash, David Crosby and Graham Nash 1978
    Apocalypse Now - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, Various Artists, 1979
    Texican Badman, Peter Rowan, 1980
    Livin' the Life, Chris and Lorin Rowan, 1980
    A Wing And A Prayer, Matt Kelly, 1987
    L.A. Lady, The New Riders Of The Purple Sage, 1991
    Crosby, Stills and Nash Box Set, Crosby, Stills and Nash 1991
    Fire Up Plus, Merl Saunders, 1992
    Well Matched: The Best Of Merl Saunders & Jerry Garcia, Merl Saunders and Jerry Garcia, 2006
    Voyage, David Crosby, 2006
     
  23. jacksondownunda

    jacksondownunda Well-Known Member Thread Starter

    Ron ‘Pigpen’ McKernan-Contributions to other artist’s recordings;

    from deaddisc.com;

    Fire In The City / Your Sons And Daughters single, Jon Hendricks, 1967
     
  24. jacksondownunda

    jacksondownunda Well-Known Member Thread Starter

    Mickey Hart-Contributions to other artist’s recordings;

    from deaddisc.com;

    Albums & Singles;

    Blows Against The Empire, Paul Kantner / Jefferson Starship, 1970
    If I Could Only Remember My Name...., David Crosby, 1971
    The New Riders Of The Purple Sage, The New Riders Of The Purple Sage, 1971
    Single (Louisiana Lady / Last Lonely Eagle), New Riders of the Purple Sage, 1971
    Baron Von Tollbooth and The Chrome Nun, Paul Kantner / Grace Slick / David Freiberg, 1973
    Single (Ballad Of The Chrome Nun / Sketches Of China), Paul Kantner/Grace Slick/David Freiberg, 1973
    Best Of The New Riders Of The Purple Sage, New Riders Of The Purple Sage, 1976
    Lovin' in the Valley of the Moon, Norton Buffalo, 1977
    Flight Log (1966-1976), Jefferson Airplane, 1977
    Desert Horizon, Norton Buffalo, 1978?
    Before Time Began, New Riders Of The Purple Sage/David Nelson, 1986
    Escape From Noise, Negativland, 1987
    The Light Of The Spirit, Kitaro, 1987
    Wave Aid 2, Various Artists, 1987
    Watchfire, Pete Sears and Friends, 1988
    Other Side Of This, Airto Moreira, 1988?
    Drums Of Passion: The Invocation, Babatunde Olatunji, 1988
    Peace On Earth, Country Joe McDonald, 1989
    Freedom Chant From The Roof Of The World, Gyuto Monks Tibetan Tantric Choir, 1989
    Zakir Hussain and the Rhythm Experience, Zakir Hussain and the Rhythm Experience, 1991
    Polar Shift Album to Preserve Antarctica, Various Artists, 1991
    Jefferson Starship: The Collection (UK), Jefferson Starship, 1992
    Rare, Live and Classic, Joan Baez, 1993
    Rock 'N' Roll Heaven, Frank Novato, 1995
    Relix's Best Of The Early New Riders Of The Purple Sage, New Riders Of The Purple Sage, 1995
    Live Fillmore West 1969, Country Joe & The Fish & Friends, 1996
    Voyage, David Crosby, 2006


    Technical Contributions;

    Sarangi: The Music Of India, Ustad Sultan Khan/Shri Rij Ram, 1975
    Eclipse, Hamza el-Din, 1978
    The Music Of Upper And Lower Egypt, Various Artists, 1978?
    Jazayer with Ali Jihad Racy, Jazayer with Ali Jihad Racy, 1979
    The Ghosts Playing In The Heart Of Gold Band, The Ghosts, 1984
    Tibetan Tantric Choir, The Gyuto Monks, 1986
    Struggle, Woody Guthrie (CD reissue only), 1988
    Folkways: The Original Vision, Various Artists, 1988
    Hawaian Drum Dance Chant, Various Artists, 1989
    Freedom Chant From The Roof Of The World, Gyuto Monks Tibetan Tantric Choir, 1989
    Venu, Hariprasad Chaurasia / Zakir Hussain, 1989
    Drums Of Passion: The Beat, Babatunde Olatunji, 1989 ?
    Dzintars: Songs of Amber, The Dzintars Latvian Women's Choir, 1990
    Voices Of The Rainforest, Various Artists, 1991
    Blues In The Mississippi Night, Various Artists, 1991
    He's All I Need, San Quentin Mass Choir, 1992
    Navajo Songs, Various Artists, 1992
    The Spirit Cries: Music from the Rainforests of South America and the Caribbean, Various Artists, 1993
    Men Are Made in the Paint: An Audio Guide to The World of Basketball, Bill Walton, 1994
    Music For The Gods: The Fahnestock South Sea Expediton: Indonesia, Various Artists, 1994
    Honor The Earth Powwow: Songs of the Great Lakes Indians, Various Artists, 1994
     
  25. jacksondownunda

    jacksondownunda Well-Known Member Thread Starter

    Tom Constanten-Contributions to other artist’s recordings;

    from deaddisc.com;

    Albums & Singles;

    U, Incredible String Band, 1970
    Stoned Again: A Tribute to the Rolling Stones, Various Artists, 1988
    Alternate Versions, Henry Kaiser, 1989
    Heart's Desire, Henry Kaiser, 1990
    Rock Goes To The Movies - Vol. 1, Various Artists, 1990
    Hope You Like Our New Direction, Henry Kaiser, 1991
    A Victorian Christmas, Robin Petrie, 1991
    Rock Goes To The Movies - In Dreams, Various Artists, 1992
    A Victorian Noel, Robin Petrie, 1993
    Eternity Blue, Henry Kaiser, 1995
     
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