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Hundred Year Hall


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Hundred Year Hall
File:GD Hundred Year Hall.jpg
Live album by Grateful Dead
ReleasedSeptember 26, 1995
RecordedApril 26, 1972
GenreRock
Length142:23
LabelGrateful Dead
ProducerJohn Cutler, Phil Lesh
Grateful Dead chronology
Dick's Picks Volume 2
(1995)Dick's Picks Volume 21995
Hundred Year Hall
(1995)
Dick's Picks Volume 3
(1995)Dick's Picks Volume 31995
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic3/5 stars[1]
The Music Box5/5 stars[2]

Hundred Year Hall is a two-CD live album by the Grateful Dead. It was the first album to be released after Jerry Garcia's death, and one of the first releases in a continuing rush of live albums from the band's vault. It contains about two thirds of the April 26 concert at the Jahrhunderthalle in Frankfurt, West Germany, during the Dead's Spring 1972 tour of Europe (a tour originally represented by the Europe '72 album, released in 1972; though that release contained no tracks from the Frankfurt date). Disc one includes a number of songs from the first set, followed by the last part of the second set. Disc two includes the first part of the second set.

Hundred Year Hall was certified Gold by the RIAA on January 8, 1997.[3]

The concert in its entirety was later released as part of Europe '72: The Complete Recordings (with the previously released tracks receiving a slightly different mix).

"Hundred Year Hall" is a literal translation of "Jahrhunderthalle"; "Century Hall" is the usual translation.

Set list

Following is the full set list from the April 26, 1972 concert in Frankfurt.[4]

  • First set: "Bertha"*, "Me and My Uncle"*, "Mr. Charlie", "He's Gone", "Black Throated Wind", "Next Time You See Me"*, "China Cat Sunflower"* > "I Know Your Rider"*, "Jack Straw"*, "Big Railroad Blues"*, "Playing in the Band"*, "Chinatown Shuffle", "Loser", "Beat It On Down the Line", "You Win Again", "Good Lovin'", "Dire Wolf", "Casey Jones"
  • Second set: "Truckin'"* > "The Other One"* > "Comes a Time"* > "Sugar Magnolia"*, "El Paso", "Tennessee Jed", "Greatest Story Ever Told", "The Stranger (two souls in communion"**, "Casey Jones", "Turn On Your Love Light"* > "Going Down the Road Feelin' Bad"* > "One More Saturday Night"*

Notes

*appears on Hundred Year Hall

** later released as bonus track on Europe '72

Track listing

Disc one

  1. "Bertha" (Jerry Garcia, Robert Hunter) – 5:41
  2. "Me and My Uncle" (John Phillips) – 3:05
  3. "Next Time You See Me" (Earl Forest, William Harvey) – 4:15
  4. "China Cat Sunflower" (Garcia, Hunter) – 5:14 >
  5. "I Know You Rider" (traditional, arranged by Grateful Dead) – 5:14
  6. "Jack Straw" (Bob Weir, Hunter) – 4:47
  7. "Big Railroad Blues" (Noah Lewis) – 3:54
  8. "Playing in the Band" (Weir, Mickey Hart, Hunter) – 9:17
  9. "Turn On Your Love Light" (Deadric Malone, Joseph Scott) – 19:13 >
  10. "Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad" (traditional, arranged by Grateful Dead) – 7:32 >
  11. "One More Saturday Night" (Weir) – 4:44

Disc two

  1. "Truckin'" (Garcia, Weir, Phil Lesh, Hunter) – 17:45 >
  2. "The Other One" (Weir, Kreutzman) – 36:29 >
  3. "Comes a Time" (Garcia, Hunter) – 6:45 >
  4. "Sugar Magnolia" (Weir, Hunter) – 7:23

Note: The track "The Other One" is incorrectly called "Cryptical Envelopment" on the release.

Personnel

Production

  • John Cutler – producer
  • Phil Lesh – producer
  • Jeffrey Norman – mastering
  • Dick Latvala – tape archivist
  • Gecko Graphics – artwork and design
  • Robert Hunter – CD liner notes

Charts

AlbumBillboard

YearChartPosition
1995The Billboard 20026[5]

References

  1. ^ Planer, Lindsay. Hundred Year Hall at Allmusic
  2. ^ Metzger, John. Hundred Year Hall, The Music Box, March 1996
  3. ^ "RIAA Gold & Platinum database — Hundred Year Hall". Retrieved November 17, 2009. [permanent dead link]
  4. ^ Scott, John W.; Dolgushkin, Mike; Nixon, Stu. (1999). DeadBase XI: The Complete Guide to Grateful Dead Song Lists. Cornish, NH: DeadBase. p. 24. ISBN 1-877657-22-0. 
  5. ^ "Billboard album chart history — Hundred Year Hall". Retrieved November 17, 2009. 
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