Stephen Inglis | Cut the Dead Some Slack (Deluxe Edition)

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Cut the Dead Some Slack (Deluxe Edition)

by Stephen Inglis

Order this amazing album that combines the sounds of Slack Key guitar with the diverse catalog of the Grateful Dead.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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2. Lazy River Road
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3. Cassidy
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4. Ship of Fools
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5. Days Between
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6. Ripple
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7. Dark Star
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8. Wharf Rat
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9. Dark Star (Reprise)
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10. Brokedown Palace
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11. Bertha
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12. Standing on the Moon
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13. It Must Have Been the Roses
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14. Birdsong Jam (Live)
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15. Stella Blue (Live)
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16. Days Between (Live)
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“In the end, this miraculous fusion—years-in-the-planning, months-in-the-making— has far exceeded whatever lofty expectations I originally had for the once-mythical slack key Dead album, and all I can say is “Mahalo plenty, Stephen!” Somewhere, Dennis Kamakahi, Gabby Pahinui, and yes, Jerry Garcia, are smiling…” – Blair Jackson, Author/Journalist/Grateful Dead Historian.

Combine the sounds of a premier Kī hōʻalu (Slack Key) guitarist with the diverse catalog of the Grateful Dead and you’ve got yourself the new album from Stephen Inglis, Cut the Dead Some Slack! Stephen Inglis’s passion for the Grateful Dead spawned from the inspired playing of lead guitarist Jerry Garcia. This led him to explore the world of live Grateful Dead: improvisational music at its best. He’s been hooked ever since. Drawing upon the Grateful Dead roots, this album is a follow up to his widely acclaimed album “Slackin’ on Dylan”.



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