Jerry Garcia & David Grisman

Grateful Dawg

Grateful Dawg

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Set One

Intro 64

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Grateful Dawg 226

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Wayfaring Stranger 270

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Sweet Sunny South 231

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Old And In The Way Intro 95

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Pig in a Pen 175

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Dawg's Waltz 289

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Sitting Here In Limbo 426

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Off to Sea Once More 272

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Off to Sea Once More 325

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Jenny Jenkins 268

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Arabia 966

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The Thrill is Gone 288

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Friend Of The Devil 417

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Grateful Dawg 224

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Citizens of Dawgnation 23

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Slade 411

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Mellow Mang 389

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Why Did the Mouse Marry the Elephant 227

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Cha Cha Chihuahua 381

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Desert Dawg 215

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Twin Town 250

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Vivacé 307

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Mr. Coolberg 270

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Dawgnation 343

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Bluegrass At the Beach 368

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Argentine Trio 310

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Dawg After Dark 469

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Show Notes
The deeply rooted musical friendship between Jerry Garcia and David Grisman is exquisitely detailed in the 80-minute musical documentary GRATEFUL DAWG. Produced by Acoustic Disc and 11th Hour Productions & Entertainment, Inc. and directed by Gillian Grisman, GRATEFUL DAWG includes live Garcia/Grisman performances as well as rare and unique personal moments from the studio, backstage and home-style jam sessions. Interviews with friends and family are intertwined with live and archival elements, creating an intimate portrait of Jerry and Davidís relationship.

GRATEFUL DAWG traces the Garcia/Grisman connection from their earliest days as budding blue grassers, through the creation of the legendary Old & In the Way in the mid ë70s, to the Garcia/Grisman Band that highlighted their love of traditional acoustic music in the ë90s. Included is rare footage from San Franciscoís Warfield Theatre and the Sweetwater in Mill Valley, the performance that marked the reunion of these two musical kindred spirits.

Unreleased live audio tracks include "Grateful Dawg," "Sweet Sunny South," "Dawgís Waltz," "Off to Sea Once More," "Sittiní Here in Limbo," "Friend of the Devil" and "Arabia." GRATEFUL DAWG also includes the unreleased music video, "The Thrill is Gone," directed by Justin Kreutzmann in 1991.

GRATEFUL DAWG offers a unique retrospective of Jerry Garcia and David Grismanís musical kinship that reflects the true spirit of their collaboration and offers an intimate, inside look for longtime and newer fans to enjoy.