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Masters of War is a 2007 album by Mountain. The album consists entirely of Bob Dylan covers. All tracks composed by Bob Dylan. Masters of War" (guest vocal by Ozzy Osbourne) 4:38. Serve Somebody" (guest lead guitar by Warren Haynes) 3:55. Blowin' in the Wind" (Heavy version) 5:37. Everything Is Broken" 4:09. Highway 61 Revisited" 3:27. Subterranean Homesick Blues" 4:20. The Times They Are A-Changin'" (guest guitar by Warren Haynes) 4:59.
Ace was the first solo album by Grateful Dead rhythm guitarist Bob Weir, released in 1972. Its origins come from an offer by the Dead's Warner Bros. Records label to have band members cut their own solo records, and it came out the same year as Jerry Garcia's Garcia and Mickey Hart's Rolling Thunder. However, in the case of Ace, Weir's backing band was the Dead itself (minus Ron "Pigpen" McKernan), and all songs except "Walk in the Sunshine" became concert staples of the Dead.
In fall 2000, RatDog released its only studio recording, comprised of eight RatDog originals and the Grateful Dead's "Corrina," which itself has undergone a makeover in the hands of this band. Nearly all of the songs on the album remain staples in RatDog's repertoire with good reason, and though the songs have grown immensely over the years, this album remains a treat to hear. Each song is played through without regard to "radio length," with half of the tunes stretching over 7½ minutes.
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Greatest hits album by Bob Weir. The studio disc proceeds chronologically, beginning with Weir's first solo effort then including his work in the bands Kingfish, Ratdog, Weir & Wasserman (though the duo is here a trio, augmented by Neil Young), Bobby & the Midnites, and one track by the Grateful Dead. The final track of the disc is from a then-recent appearance on a children's album by Dan Zanes (of Del Fuegos fame). Conspicuous in its absence is Bobby & the Midnites' minor hit "(I Want to Live in) America", the video of which received MTV airplay. The album was compiled by Hybrid Recordings, with final approval by Weir. It is currently out of print. The cover art is by Alton Kelley with liner notes by Grateful Dead publicist Dennis McNally.
Bob Dylan’s Masters of War is one of the most significant protest songs of all time. The song was released on the album The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan in 1963 along with other great songs.
This chronicle of Bob Weir highlights his brotherhood with Jerry Garcia and his success as a member of one of the world's most influential bands. Watch Grateful Dead guitarist Bob Weir sit for an interview and perform a pair of songs live for CBS This Morning Saturday Sessions. Watch highlights from last night's tribute to Rob Wasserman featuring Bob Weir & RatDog, Lukas Nelson, DJ Logic and Gov't Mule. 1 September 2016 ·. TEDxAlcatraz - Bob Weir - Masters of War to Bird Song. Bob Weir has been on center stage for over 45 years, with as loyal a following as one could imagine. He speaks through poetry and song.
This two-CD compilation is the first to specifically focus on Bob Weir (guitar/vocals), both as a co-founder of the Grateful Dead and on his own. While Deadheads typically run hot and cold when it comes to Weir's material, many will inevitably consider Weir Here: The Best of Bob Weir (2004) as essential, due to the incorporation of half a dozen previously unissued tracks ranging chronologically from "Me & Bobby McGee," circa March of 1972, through the informal rehearsal of Bob Dylan's "Masters of War" by RatDog. The former commences with over half of Weir's Ace LP from 1972, which in reality is a Grateful Dead album highlighting some of Weir's compositions that had already began surfacing in their repertoire. Incidentally, the sole non-Dead "Masters of War" hails from an undesignated date. Track Listing - Disc 1. Title/Composer.
ADVENTURES IN THE DOGHOUSE This time it was going to be different. Bob Weir, the former Grateful Dead guitarist/singer, was going to work quickly in the. Author: Blair Jackson. When I went up to Weir's lovely, sylvan Mill Valley, Calif. home studio in March 1999, the new album by Weir's current band, Ratdog, was half finished by his estimation, and he was looking to have the record done by May '99, in time for a planned summer-fall tour. At that point, the group had been cutting at a furious clip, recording basics for more than a dozen songs and still working on writing and arrangements for another ten.
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