Hundred Year Hall is a live album by the Grateful Dead.
It was recorded at Jahrhundert Halle in Frankfurt, Germany on April 26, 1972. This was a vintage year for the Dead with the famous Europe ’72 album compiled from concerts on this tour. By this stage, the band had incorporated country and folk influences into their sound with their studio albums American Beauty and Workingman’s Dead.
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Songs On Grateful Dead Hundred Year Hall
Bertha – 5:40
Me And My Uncle – 3:04
Next Time You See Me – 4:15
China Cat Sunflower – 5:14
I Know You Rider – 5:14
Jack Straw – 4:47
Big Railroad Blues – 3:53
Playing In The Band – 9:20
Turn On Your Lovelight – 19:13
Going Down The Road Feelin’ Bad – 7:32
One More Saturday Night – 5:44
Truckin’ – 17:44
Cryptical Envelopment – 36:29
Comes A Time – 6:45
Sugar Magnolia – 7:2
Selecting live albums by the Grateful Dead is tough. Further down the page, you will see a page where I ask readers to vote for their favourites. This has become a very useful guide for anyone who wants to add one or two more Dead albums to their collection and dip into their catalogue beyond Live/Dead and Europe 72.
Buying The Grateful Dead Hundred Year Hall
These links will help you get to the albums quickly and easily but I recommend that you still search for the best deal.
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The Best Live Albums Of All Time
While the Grateful Dead are hard to fit into a one music genre or another, they have live albums in the psychedelic / San Francisco poll, in the jam band poll and the country rock poll. While the dedicated poll is the best guide for fans, a high ranking in a genre poll will help attract more fans to the Dead’s music so please vote.
You can see the complete list of readers polls at Live Album Polls.