The Grateful Dead and Philosophy: Getting High Minded about Love and Haight

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Goin’ Down the Road:
The Grateful Dead
Discography
The Grateful Dead1967Dick’s Picks, Volume 31995
Anthem of the Sun1968Hundred Year Hall1995
Aoxomoxoa1969Dick’s Picks, Volume 41996
Live/Dead1969Dick’s Picks, Volume 61996
Workingman’s Dead1970Dozin’ at the Knick1996
American Beauty1970Dick’s Picks, Volume 71997
Grateful Dead (SkullDick’s Picks, Volume 81997
& Roses)1971Dick’s Picks, Volume 91997
Europe ‘721972Fillmore East 2.11.691997
History of the GratefulFallout from the Phil
Dead, Volume 1Zone1997
(Bear’s Choice)1973Dick’s Picks, Volume 101998
Wake of the Flood1973Dick’s Picks, Volume 111998
Grateful Dead from theDick’s Picks, Volume 121998
Mars Hotel1974Dick’s Picks, Volume 131999
Blues for Allah1975Dick’s Picks, Volume 141999
Steal Your Face1976Dick’s Picks, Volume 151999
Terrapin Station1977So Many Roads
Shakedown Street1978(1965-1995)1999
Go to Heaven1980Dick’s Picks, Volume 162000
Reckoning1981Dick’s Picks, Volume 172000
Dead Set1981Dick’s Picks, Volume 182000
In the Dark1987View from the Vault2000
Dylan and the Dead1988Best of the Grateful Dead
Built to Last1989Hour2000
Without a Net1990Ladies and Gentlemen
Infrared Roses1991… The Grateful Dead2000
One from the Vault1991Dick’s Picks, Volume 192000
Two from the Vault1992The Golden Road
Dick’s Picks, Volume 11993(1965-1973)2001
Dick’s Picks, Volume 21995Dick’s Picks, Volume 202001

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