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Grateful Dead Guide: Jerry Garcia's Film Soundtracks. Through the years, Jerry Garcia dipped his toe into film.
As a longtime film buff, he was always. His involvement in other people’s films wasn’t very. This is. just a preliminary report, though – there are still uninvestigated areas, and. Garcia put a lot of work. Dead’s productions – the Grateful Dead Movie, Dead Ahead, and So Far –. Sara was into film, and Garcia spent a lot of time. Sara was then attending film classes at Stanford, and they.
David Parker to make their own movies.” (2) Garcia filmed his friends in comical little. Garcia ran the. camera for that one.” (3). At Stanford, Sara had become a communications major, with a. Jerry Garcia’s earliest paid soundtrack work can be heard on this. I Want To Be A Camper,” produced to.
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Stanford University student’s Master of Arts in Communication. Upon completing the filming at a summer camp for. King’s Canyon National Park, a friend of the.
Garcia for the job of augmenting the film with. The filmmaker relates: 'I doubt if we had to do any re- takes. I remember him getting the feeling I wanted very easily. I also. remember being impressed with how much hair he had!'. Antonioni had a difficult time selecting music. Pink Floyd, Kaleidoscope, and John Fahey all separately. He. described the scene in an interview with Howard Smith in February 1.
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Antonioni movies. So they got in touch with me eventually. I went to LA, to the MGM. It wasn’t what I wanted, but it was what he.
I mean, I would have gone about it in a more methodical. I more time.”. Garcia also told the story to Blair Jackson in 1. I sat down and just played, and . That's very, very good.' And I said, 'Hey, wait a.
C'mon, give me a chance!' And he said, 'Oh no, no. That's exactly what. I want!' I wanted so badly to do something good because, well, it was Antonioni.
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He was satisfied so quickly I didn't know what to think. I was. unhappy about it. I was just getting warmed up and, boom, that was it. I was. terribly disappointed. But he was a really nice guy. I liked working with him. I mean, there I was on the old MGM scoring.
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Gene Kelly musicals and The Wizard of Oz — just me. And Antonioni's back there with. I'm picking along. That part of it was a flash. I like Antonioni’s work so.
It's so modern — his sense of space and time and all that.” (6). Blair Jackson writes, “According to Don Hall, music. Garcia actually did have a bit of time to work on the. It was almost done as. Michelangelo wasn't even in town when we did the music, he was. Rome. And Jerry sat there by himself, on a stool, laying it down. They. had the love scene on a loop, and he played live while the film was running.
He. didn't want to do it away from the film and then cut things in. He played right. to every single shot in the scene.
That's why there are certain notes over. He played right while. It was miraculous – pure genius.’” (8).
Deborah Koons also wrote in the liner notes. I remember, prevideo, Jerry taking me to see old Antonioni. Red Desert (Il Deserto Rosso) at repertory. Of course we saw The Passenger as soon as it came out and marveled at. Jerry was a true film buff and appreciated both the artistic.
So Jerry went to LA and set up. Antonioni and played.
He was pleased with his work. Ironically, Garcia ended up never getting paid for his work. Lenny Hart stole the check from MGM. Rock Scully recalled, “When he ran.
LA with Garcia to negotiate for music in Zabriskie. Point. Well, he just took the check and split.” (1. I don’t know the exact date of Garcia’s recording session. Live/Dead was released in November ’6.
February ’7. 0. My guess is the session was sometime in. December ’6. 9. The extended CD version of the soundtrack features four takes of.
Garcia’s . Actually Don Hall, the music. DJ at the LA radio statio KPPC- FM), picked that. My guess is he called in Garcia to help him with these – this was.
Old & In The Way. Garcia is said to play. Big Bad Mama was released in September 1. Grisman played with the Great American Music Band (recorded by Bill Wolf), perhaps one of the same configurations that played live in mid- '7. For Capone in 1. 97. Grisman collaborated with mandolinist Rudy Cipolla; I don't know who else played.
This interview introduces him: “He started in show. Bill Graham’s legendary Fillmore East concert theater in New York City, then.
Roger Corman.”. When he was a film student at NYU film school, Allan Arkush. Fillmore East from '6. Dead's concerts there. I think it was. March ’6. The very first show was Big Brother & the Holding Company.
Tim Buckley, and Albert King. We took the tickets, and. Then I got on the lighting crew –. He worked at the Fillmore until it closed in 1.
A lot of people who did. Broadway, or. off- Broadway. These skills they’d learned to present stage shows were now being. All the bands did back then was show up with their. Arkush adds: “For several years I was Artistic Director for. Joe’s Lights at the Fillmore East, and during that time must have seen over 4. Unfortunately, nothing about Garcia’s film work with him.
Even though it was a fast. And then the ushers turned on their flashlights. Grateful Dead. They would play those first notes of .
We took them down and they were giggling, and Garcia. Then the giggling turned into Jerry.
And it sounds like he’s. Then the band kicks into . He had also become friends with. Garcia, and would visit him at home.
I’d go to a show, talk to him a little backstage, and then I’d. Or he’d come over to my apartment if he was in town, and we’d watch. Deathsport, in 1. Arkush. directed. Garcia was keen on sci- fi, and was probably tickled at the.
He had a small part playing the banjo music for Harry, a park. Maybe he initially planned. Joe Bellan; Garcia just provided the music track, which was recorded. If Garcia made a trip to India in ’7. Arkush recalled, “They came over to my place, and that's when. John saw my record collection.
He was looking through it, and saw some Grateful.