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Grateful Dead

Blues For Allah

  • 1. Help On the Way/Slipknot!
  • 2. Franklin's Tower
  • 3. King Solomon's Marbles/Part I: Stronger Than Dirt/Part II: Milkin' the Turkey
  • 4. The Music Never Stopped
  • 5. Crazy Fingers
  • 6. Sage & Spirit
  • 7. Blues for Allah/Sand Castles & Glass Camels/Unusual Occurrences in the Desert
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A Nearly Perfect Masterpiece of Jazz-Funk! Blues for Allah is the eighth studio album by the Grateful Dead. Many critics and fans alike believe this studio record comes the closest to capturing the groove and energy of the Dead in concert and it stands at the very top tier of the Dead's studio output, reaching #12 on the U.S. Pop Charts. Few bands have as varied a pedigree as the Dead, so following their early-'70s dalliance with country-influenced rock, the band was searching for new directions. Much of this 1975 release is the sound of the Dead rebuilding itself from scratch. Blues for Allah is a marvelous album and it contains some of the band's strongest compositions. The melodies and musicianship are superb, heavily rooted in complex jazz fusion, where almost every song is filled with a vibrant energy, atmosphere and creativity. But what really makes this album is that the Dead stretch out and jam on many of the tracks including the two instrumentals "King Solomon's Marbles" and "Sage And Spirit." The jazz like spirit that permeates the complex Blues for Allah helps the album flow beautifully from start to finish and although there are separate and distinct songs, the album plays as one brilliant long suite. A nearly perfect masterpiece that cannot be regarded as anything less than a major work!