Grateful Dead & guests - Franklin's Tower (Move Me Brightly-Celebrating Jerry Garcia's 70thBirthday)

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DVD: http://smarturl.it/JerryGarciaMovemeDVD
Blu-Ray: http://smarturl.it/JerryGarciaMovemeBlu
Digital Video: http://store.eagle-rock.com/title/move-me-brightly-celebrating-jerry-garcias-70th-birthday/
"Move Me Brightly" is a film based around a musical gathering at Bob Weir's TRI Studios in San Rafael, California to mark what would have been Jerry Garcia's 70th birthday on 3rd August, 2012. The revolving line-up of performers included fellow Grateful Dead members along with many guest artists who joined together to celebrate Jerry Garcia's life and work. The evening's programme was originally conceived by film director Justin Kreutzmann, the son of Grateful Dead drummer Bill, and the complete five hour set was webcast live. This film combines live performances from the studio alongside interviews with Jerry Garcia's family members, Grateful Dead bandmates and other musicians who played with or were inspired by him. It is fitting tribute to one of rock music's most creative and imaginative composers and performers.

Features contributions from fellow Grateful Dead members Bob Weir, Phil Lesh, Bill Krautzmann, Mickey Hart and Donna Jean Godchaux along with Garcia family members and guests including Carlos Santana, Furthur's Joe Russo & Jeff Chimenti, Phish's Mike Gordon, Black Crowes' Adam MacDougall, Vampire Weekend's Chris Tomson, Yellowbirds' Sam Cohen & Josh Kaufman and many more.
Contains many Grateful Dead classics including "Terrapin Station", "Shakedown Street", "Cumberland Blues", "Friend Of The Devil", and many more.

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One of the greatest versions of that song I've ever heard man Bob has aged bigtime
By wweismann48 October