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Wharf Rat (Live at the Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY, 2/18/71 / Single)

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Wharf Rat (Live at the Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY, 2/18/71)
Grateful Dead
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Total Playing Time    7:24
Rhino Entertainment celebrates the 50th anniversary of Grateful Dead's American Beauty with a brand new live re-release of the single "Wharf Rat". This single comes ahead of the planned 50th Anniversary Re-release of the band's seminal fifth album. Released November 1, 1970, by Warner Bros. Records, American Beauty continued the folk rock and country music style of their previous album Workingman's Dead, issued earlier in the year. Though the Americana approach is still evident in the songwriting, comparatively the sound focused more on folk harmonies and major-key melodies, showing influence from Bob Dylan and Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Grateful Dead/Rhino Studio Masters

Track 1 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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