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Grateful Dawg (Sous-titres français)

Jerry Garcia , David Grisman , Gillian Grisman    DVD
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4.0 out of 5 stars Grisman and Garcia - Beards of a Feather July 15 2003
Unlike most of the reviewers here I am more of a dawghead than a deadhead. David Grisman is my musical idol. The man is a creative genius. I bought the DVD because there's very little video available of David Grisman and I knew that this would be a video bonanza for Grisman fans. I'm not disappointed. The only drawback to this movie in my opinion is that it wasn't shot as a documentary but as Gillian Grisman says, it was a hodgepodge of home movies that were simply used to create a documentary a few years after Garcia's death. Still, there is a certain charm to the fact that it wasn't shot as a documentary. The subjects are free to be themselves, not realizing that anyone outside of their inner circle will ever view the footage. It's obvious that Gillian decided to study the art of movie making once she determined that she was going to create a documentary. She went to great lengths to tell the story of her dad and Garcia with an appropriate thread of performance, studio, and interview video. Sure, there are a lot of interview clips, but it is a documentary after all. Personally I didn't find them all that distracting. And for an added bonus, the DVD viewer has the option of viewing the movie with commentaries from David and Gillian. Several outtakes are also added, including Vassar Clements' embarrassing story of how he was playing with Garcia without really knowing who the Grateful Dead are. I'm sure most deadheads will love this flick. I know dawgheads like me will.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Nicely done Feb. 9 2003
Check out this movie. If you're into bluegrass, you ought to pick this up. We all know the distinctive style of Jerry's guitar sounds with the Dead, but have you heard him on the banjo? The music that he played with Dave Grisman, Vassar Clements, Peter Rowan, and John Kahn is some of the best bluegrass you can get. There is a certain laid-back way about their sound. Some folks find bluegrass to be too shrill and hyperactive. You don't get that sense, even when they're frailing at top speeds. Which they can do with the best of em.
Also included are a variety of other sessions with David Grisman, including some footage of the Pizza Tapes sessions with Tony Rice. You're doing yourself a favor buying this disk.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Gratetful Dawg Dec 27 2002
Awesome! It must be getting early
Clocks are running late
Paint by numbers morning sky
Looks so phony
Dawn is breaking everywhere
Light a candle, curse the glare
Draw the curtains, I don't care
'Cause it's alright
I will get by
I will get by
I will get by
I will survive
I see you got your list out
Say your piece and get out (note 1)
Yes I got the gist of it
But it's alright
Sorry that you feel that way
The only thing there is to say
Every silver lining's got a
Touch of grey
It's a lesson to me
The Ables and the Bakers and the C's
The A B C's
We all must face
And try to keep a little grace
I know the rent is in arrears
The dog has not been fed in years
It's even worse than it appears
But it's alright
Cows are giving kerosene
The kid can't read at seventeen
The words he knows are all obscene
But it's alright
I will get by
I will get by
I will get by
I will survive
It's a lesson to me
The Deltas and the East and the Freeze
The A B C's
We all think of
And try to keep a little love
The shoe is on the hand it fits
There's really nothing much to it
Whistle through your teeth and split
'Cause it's alright
Oh well a touch of grey
Kind of suits you anyway
That was all I had to say
And it's alright
I will get by
I will get by
I will get by
I will survive
We will get by
We will get by
We will get by
We will survive
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5.0 out of 5 stars Grateful Documentary Dec 21 2002
A totally awesome documentary that will make you tap your feet, smile, shed a tear and dry your eyes on the wind. Not only is this DVD absorbing and enlightening, it is also cozy as an old hammock. For lovers of Jerry's music and the man himself, you'll get to see him in a further intimate setting than usual. You will learn of Jerry's other musical loves and how and where this sound was originated from. You will also be graced with the expertise of a one Mr. David Grisman, whom like Jerry is able to carry himself to another time and place and bring back to you, the listener, this assured style of music known as DAWG. Speaking in Psychedelic babble, I truly believe these folks perform a certain type of melodious séance, if you will, to bring to us this sweet sound of long beyond. Many thanks to David Grisman for making this film possible and allowing admirers of Jerry to see him in a different sphere. On a sad note, it will make you miss Jerry all the more.
This is a must for any Dead Head, especially those who loved the traditional ballads.
Peace, friendship and love your family with this disk.
*Remember, this is not a concert piece. This is a pure Documentary and if you are looking for just a concert, it may not be for you.
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1.0 out of 5 stars very disappointing July 11 2002
Format:VHS Tape
wonderful performance footage ruined by inane interviews every 15 seconds DURING the singing and playing.Save your money and frustration.
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3.0 out of 5 stars great music to watch as well as hear
This DVD is very enjoyable marred only by too much interviewing especially while a hot number is being performed. Read more
Published on May 26 2002 by Richard G. Jerskey
5.0 out of 5 stars Hanging out with Jerry
This is such a great film! A real "must see" for fans of Jerry, blue grass, and lovers of music in general. Read more
Published on April 12 2002 by W. Taft
1.0 out of 5 stars talking over the music
When I watched this CD I immediately enjoyed the live performance being shown, then the editor/director started potting down the music with inane interviews played over it. Read more
Published on March 27 2002 by bill smith
5.0 out of 5 stars A Wonderful Gift
This film is a wonderful gift to those of us who grew up listening to Garcia and the Dead. Grateful Dawg is really a tribute to a great musician and the beauty of friendship and... Read more
Published on March 19 2002 by Amazon Customer
4.0 out of 5 stars It's all about the music
The documentary is enjoyable enough, but the highlight of the DVD is the 5.1 surround mix of the MUSIC, which puts you right in the middle of the magic. Lucky us!
Published on Feb. 25 2002 by Craig Rutenberg
5.0 out of 5 stars Grate Movie
A wonderful story of 2 good friends and family, both musicians who will leave a legacy for years to come. Have your hankies ready!
Published on Feb. 22 2002 by StuLongIsland
5.0 out of 5 stars Jerry Garcia without the Grateful Dead
This is a great look into Jerry Garcia's life outside his more well known life in the Grateful Dead. Read more
Published on Feb. 18 2002 by Preston M. Minyard
5.0 out of 5 stars What a great movie on acoustic music and friendship
I can't praise this film enough. Gillian Grisman, the director, had a penchant for making home movies which often happened to include Jerry Garcia and David Grisman working... Read more
Published on Feb. 9 2002 by Glenn Fink
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