The Music Never Stopped: Roots of the Grateful Dead is a 1995 compilation album of songs, performed by the original artists, that the American rock group the Grateful Dead covered and performed live throughout their career. Several of the tracks on this album can be found on no other compact disc, including "Rain and Snow" as performed by Obray Ramsey and "Big Railroad Blues" by Cannon's Jug Stompers
The Music Never Stopped (Roots Of The Grateful Dead) (LP, Comp, Ltd, Pic).
Thoughtfully assembled, it showcases several aspects of their eclectic roots, encompassing jug band folk, country & western, Appalachian mountain music, country blues, '50s Chicago electric blues, R&B, Dylan, Guthrie, Holly, Berry, and more. Some of the recordings are very famous (Dylan's "It's All over Now, Baby Blue," Holly's "Not Fade Away"); others are downright obscure (Obray Ramsey's "Rain and Snow," the rare original version of "Morning Dew" by little-known Canadian folkie Bonnie Dobson).
by Various Artists - 17 Tracks - 52:04. Release date 10/17/1995.
Music Never Stopped: Root. has been added to your Cart. One of the things that made the Grateful Dead such a great band was their deep roots in American traditional music. This CD contains the original versions of 17 songs played by the Dead, with recording dates ranging from Cannon's Jug Stompers' "Big Railroad Blues" in 1928 to Dylan's "Baby Blue" in 1965. Almost all of the songs are excellent.
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The eclectic nature of the Grateful Dead's music is highlighted on this album with the inclusion of songs from such diverse genres as folk ("Morning Dew", "Goin' Down This Road Feelin' Bad"), the blues ("The Red Rooster", "Turn On Your Love Light"), country ("Mama Tried", "El Paso"), gospel ("Samson & Delilah"), and straight out rock and roll ("The Promised Land", "Not Fade Away"). Roots of Cash's Hit Tunes", Los Angeles Times, August 22, 2006. The Music Never Stopped on deaddisc. Its immediate origins lay in a melding of various musical genres of the time, including rhythm and blues and gospel music, with country. In 1951, Cleveland, Ohio disc jockey Alan Freed began playing rhythm and blues music for a multi-racial audience, debate surrounds which record should be considered the first rock and roll record.
|–Obray Ramsey||Rain And Snow|
|–Merlie Haggard*||Mama Tried|
|–Dixie Cups*||Iko Iko|
|–Rev. Gary Davis||Samson & Delilah|
|–Cannon's Jug Stompers||Big Railroad Blues|
|–Marty Robbins||El Paso|
|–Bob Dylan||It's All Over Now, Baby Blue|
|–Howlin' Wolf||The Red Rooster|
|–Chuck Berry||The Promised Land|
|–Henry Thomas||Don't Ease Me In|
|–Jimmy Reed||Big Boss Man|
|–Bobby "Blue" Bland*||Turn On Your Love Light|
|–Bonnie Dobson||Morning Dew|
|–Buddy Holly||Not Fade Away|
|–Woody Guthrie||Goin' Down This Road Feelin' Bad|
|–The Pindar Family with Joseph Spence||I Bid You Good Night|
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