Garcia Live Volume Four

Garcia Live Volume Four is a two-CD live album by the Jerry Garcia Band. It contains the complete concert recorded at Veteran’s Hall in Sebastopol, California on March 22, 1978. It was released by ATO Records on July 8, 2014.[1][2][3][4][5]

2014 live album by Jerry Garcia Band
Garcia Live Volume Four
Live album by

Released July 8, 2014
Recorded March 22, 1978
Genre Rock, rhythm and blues
Length 124:36
Label ATO
Producer Marc Allan, Joe Gastwirt
Jerry Garcia Band chronology
Fall 1989: The Long Island Sound
(2013)
Garcia Live Volume Four
(2014)
Garcia Live Volume Five
(2014)
Jerry Garcia chronology
Fall 1989: The Long Island Sound
(2013)
Garcia Live Volume Four
(2014)
Garcia Live Volume Five
(2014)

At the time of this recording, the members of the Jerry Garcia Band were Jerry Garcia on guitar and vocals, Keith Godchaux on keyboards, Donna Jean Godchaux and Maria Muldaur on vocals, John Kahn on bass, and Buzz Buchanan on drums.[6] Keyboardist Ozzie Ahlers, who would later join the band full-time, makes a guest appearance at the Veteran’s Hall show. Two other live albums recorded by this same lineup are Pure Jerry: Warner Theatre, March 18, 1978 and Pure Jerry: Bay Area 1978.

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On AllMusic, Fred Thomas said, “Vol. 4: March 22nd, 1978 finds Garcia and crew performing two remarkably laid-back sets at Veteran’s Hall in Sebastopol, California, fresh off a short tour and just prior to the release of Cats Under the Stars, the only studio album that would fall under the Jerry Garcia Band banner. Garcia Live, Vol. 4 features a lineup of key contributors to the album in full-on live mode… Apart from running through original numbers from Cats Under the Stars such as the Robert Hunter-penned “Gomorrah” and a rare live rendition of “Love in the Afternoon”, the band runs through a string of highly revamped covers, including some jammed-out takes on Motown and reggae and a particularly inspired version of gospel tune “I’ll Be with Thee”.”[7]

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