The Grateful Dead's 1970 album, "Workingman's Dead," was their fourth studio release, but represents their first album with a new, more commerical pop sound, relying on Jerry Garcia and Robert Hunter's Americana-styled songwriting. It produced the iconic Grateful Dead singles, "Uncle John's Band," and "Casey Jones," and in 2003, was ranked at #262 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.
A Warner Brothers copy of the Workingman's Dead LP is framed here, along with a limited edition 1970 photo of Jerry Garcia. The photo is hand-titled "Remembering Jerry 2005," and numbered 149/275.
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