Love American beauty! I think for some of us it brings us back to other times but the music and lyrics still stand the test of time. I work in a lab one of the good things about it is I work alone and can play music without ear buds. I had American Beauty playing one morning and this intern came in, and he is 23 to 25 years old and said "what are you listening to"? He sat down and listened to half the album with me and said he could not put it into a category of music type. I told him just to enjoy it and we have regular music discussions. I am looking forward to getting that studio box. In my opinion the Dead always goes exceptionally good with Summer !
Grateful Dead - 192/24 digital "Complete Studio Album Box"
So far played Anthem Of The Sun & Aoxomoxoa. Starting Workingman's Dead & if I can stay up long enough, would play American Beauty. IMO, this is the best sounding studio Grateful Dead ever released. I've been buying the DE's as they get released for the concerts & one has a different mix; but this set has much better sound.
Though speaking of the DE's, I'm really looking forward to the upcoming Skull & Roses. Oddly, while all the GD released during Jerry's lifetime has been issued in hi-res; none of the original live albums other than Steal Your Face have come out in 24 bit. As I mentioned in an earlier post, Flash Drive #40 which I'm listening to now has a ton of Dead on it, so that will be prominent in my posts for awhile.
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