Looks Like Rain - Bob Weir - Ace (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Bob Weir (born Robert Hall Weir, October 16, ) is an American singer, songwriter, and guitarist, most recognized as a founding member of the Grateful Dead. After the Grateful Dead disbanded, Weir performed with The Other Ones, later known as The Dead, .
  2. This seven minute track is certainly one of the album’s strong points, as well as the Grateful Dead’s, let alone Bob Weir’s. To open the second half of the album, Bob Weir uses “Looks like Rain”. “Looks like Rain” is a depressive Country-Rock tune that is definitely my least favorite song on the album.
  3. Looks Like Rain by Bob Weir. Facts. Total Plays times by 23 Artists; From the release Ace (Album) First Played in Concert March 21, by Grateful Dead at Academy of Music, New York, NY, USA; Most Recently Played March 5, by David Gans at .
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  5. Weir's Solo Disc Was In Reality The Next Grateful Dead Album, Simply Featuring The Rhythm Guitarist's Co-Compositions And Lead Vocals Throughout. In Essence, Ace Became The Follow-Up To The Double-Live LP Grateful Dead [] (A.K.A. "Skull And Roses"), Which Included A Live And Somewhat Non-Descript Rendition Of "Playing In The Band.".
  6. As a "bonus" for re-signing another three-album deal with Warner Brothers Records in the early '70s, members of the Grateful Dead were given the opportunity to cut solo albums. Jerry Garcia (), Mickey Hart (Rolling Thunder), and Bob Weir took advantage of the offer -- although it could easily be argued that Weir's disc was in reality the next Grateful Dead album simply featuring the rhythm.
  7. Jerry Garcia (Garcia), Mickey Hart (Rolling Thunder), And Bob Weir (Ace) Took Advantage Of The Offer -- Although It Could Easily Be Argued That Weir's Disc Was In Reality The Next Grateful Dead Album Simply Featuring The Rhythm Guitarist's Co-Compositions And Lead Vocals Throughout.
  8. Bob Weir Looks Like Rain. Add to Song Favorites ♥ Share on facebook; twitter; tumblr; Appears On Year Artist/Album Label Time AllMusic Rating; Bob Weir. Ace. Grateful Dead: Bob Weir. Weir Here: The Best of Bob Weir. Hybrid Recordings: AllMusic.
  9. Oct 26,  · "Ace" is a gem, Bob Weir's solo effort, but featuring every member of the Dead, save Pigpen and Micky Hart. The album features Bob's songs but musically they are band efforts, the album is a Dead one really and many of the tracks became Dead live staples, particularly the totally brilliant "Playing In The Band" which has a fantastic middle section that, played live, often went on and on /5(33).

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