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 Grateful Dead Scrapbook Part 1
Brent Mydland, the shy but multitalented keyboard player for the Grateful Dead for the past 11 years, was found dead in the bedroom of his Lafayette home yesterday morning.
Mydland was born in Munich, Germany, where his father was serving as a chaplain with the U.S. Army.
Mydland also did short stints with Kokomo and in 1986 while the Dead were taking time off during guitarist Jerry Garcia's hospitalization, Mydland and Dead drummer Billy Kreutzmann hooked up with members of Santana and the Youngbloods for a brief tour as Go Ahead which played Boston's Channel club that fall.
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 Brent Mydland Gravesite in Lafayette, California (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.tamu.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Brent Mydland (October 21, 1952 –; July 26, 1990) was the fourth keyboardist of the Grateful Dead.
Brent joined the Dead in 1979 after a session with a Bob Weir solo project, and replaced keyboard player Keith Godchaux.
Mydland died of a drug overdose at his home in Lafayette, California in 1990, shortly after completing the band's summer tour and was replaced by Vince Welnick.
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 Brent Mydland - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
After joining, Mydland easily fit in to the band's sound and added his own contributions.
A nice tribute page to Brent can be found at http://www.brentmydland.net.
Brent also wrote "Never Trust A Woman," which has no studio version release; only live recordings.
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 Brent Mydland - AOL Music
Mydland quickly became an integral part of the group, not least because of his songwriting...
Brent Mydland, the shy but multitalented keyboard player for the Grateful Dead for the past 11 years, was found dead in the bedroom of his Lafayette home...
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 brent mydland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Brent was the keyboardist until his death in 1990.
Some of the most famous shows of the Brent Mydland era are from this year, most notably 10/9/89 at Hampton Coliseum, in which "Dark Star" was busted out for the first time in over five years.
His replacement was keyboardist Brent Mydland.) After a pair of 1981 live LPs, Reckoning and Dead Set, the group released no new recordings until 1987, focusing instead on their touring schedule...
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 The Harvard Crimson :: Opinion :: Still Truckin'
Mydland's work provides some interesting counterpoint to the more traditional Dead songs contributed by Garcia and Weir, though some of his offerings (e.g.
But when Mydland succeeds in his writing, he proves that he can provide freshness and originality within the framework of a group that has been working together for nearly a quarter of a century.
Mydland's best work to date is represented here in the form of the poignant lullaby "I Will Take You Home," which concludes Built to Last.
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 dead musicians: Brent Mydland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Despite being often referred to as 'the new guy', Brent Mydland was the longest standing keyboardist of Grateful Dead (11 years).
Throughout his career, Mydland was known for his drug use and alcohol abuse.
Mydland died of a drug overdose after taking a speedball (a mixture of cocaine and heroin) at his home on "My Road" in Lafayette, California, on July 26, 1990, shortly after completing the band's summer tour.
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 Grateful Dead - Dick's Picks 9 - Madison Square Garden (Album Review)
After the untimely death of keyboardist Brent Mydland on July 26, 1990, the Grateful Dead kept right on moving.
Vince Welnick quickly was named as Mydland's replacement, and the band's fall tour of the U.S. began promptly in early September and continued with a three-week tour of Europe in October.
In person, it felt like this show drew heavily from Brent's death and was a mourning of sorts for both the band and the audience.
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 ttgapers store - USA - In the Dark - Grateful Dead - Product Details :: ttgapers.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Brent Mydland has the bright shining eyes in the center of the picture.
Brent Mydland's "Tons Of Steel" I thought was a great song.
Mydland had more songs on that one, but I think he was overrepresented; then again, maybe that was necessary, as Garcia's stuff on that disc was pretty weak.
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 Internet Archive: Details: Grateful Dead Live at World Music Theater on 1990-07-23
Brent was my favorite GD keyboardist by far and he got his due on occasion.
Brent was awesome and I bet half of the deadheads did not realize this until Vince arrived.
Brent's my favorite keyboardist without a doubt and Jerry LOVED him, he will always be missed, so long as there are deadheads to listen to the music.
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 Glide Magazine Reviews - Grateful Dead
By 1989, Mydland had found the exact balance of lead, harmony, counterpoint and foil to make himself a galvanizing force when he needed to be and not merely an accompanist or colorist.
Watching Brent and Jerry interact on the DVD is giddy confirmation that Brent had a great thing going, and also an ominous reminder that he would be gone a year later.
Mydland's weapon of choice is fierce, sheety organ, and Garcia matches him with a trilly, Allman Brothers-style buildup.
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 Brent Mydland - Free Music Downloads, Videos, Lyrics, CDs, MP3s, Bio, Merchandise and Links
Mydland wrote two songs for the ten-track effort: "Musician (It's Not an Easy Life)" and "Climbing." Silver opened for the likes of the Doobie Brothers, Seals & Crofts, and Three Dog Night.
Early on, Mydland stayed in the background, providing both vocal and keyboard harmonies.
A replacement was found yet again, this time in Vince Welnick (with temporary duties given to Bruce Hornsby) who survived the fatal position until Jerry Garcia died of a heart attack in 1995, ironically enough after coming back from that summer's tour.
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 Brent Mydland Solo Projects   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Mydland recorded and mastered a solo album, but it was never released.
Brent also sang background vocals with two other members of Silver (John Batdorf and Greg Coller) on "Crazy River" and "Dreams Of Mexico" on Eric Andersen's 1975 record "Sweet Surprise." These tracks are not on the compilation "Eric Andersen: Collection" that includes five other tracks from that album.
The Library of Congress lists one additional Brent solo composition "Fire" (1987), but I don't know of any recording of this.
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 USATODAY.com - Grateful Dead's last keyboardist dies   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Welnick was the last in a long line of Grateful Dead keyboardists, several of whom died prematurely, leading some of the group's fans to conclude that the position came with a curse.
Welnick had replaced Brent Mydland, who died of a drug overdose in 1990.
Mydland had succeeded Keith Godchaux, who died in a car crash shortly after leaving the band.
www.usatoday.com /life/people/2006-06-04-welnick-obit_x.htm?POE=LIFISVA   (702 words)

 Internet Archive: Details: Grateful Dead Live at Spartan Stadium, San Jose State U on 1979-04-22
Brents first note is way better then having to listen to Donna shouting over the Boys during any vocals.
And Im sure Brent was a very nice and talented fellow, but this for me marks the downfall of the band, Brent and his playing represent all that was lousy and weak about the 80's, the synthee tacky sound, the band was far better off without.
In Brent tunes, it's easy to actually question, which band is actually playing, not obviously the unique comodity of the Grateful Dead.
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 Thagodz Wiki News
Keith and Donna left the band in 1979, and Brent Mydland joined as keyboardist and vocalist.
Brent Mydland was the keyboardist for the Dead for 11 years until his death in 1990.
Brent Mydland Tribute Page - Tribute to the late Brent Mydland.
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 The Music Box: Grateful Dead - Go to Nassau (Album Review)
By 1979, the winds of change were stirring once again in Grateful Dead-land, and this, of course, manifested itself most noticeably with the departure of Keith and Donna Godchaux and the addition of keyboardist Brent Mydland.
The impact of this reformation was felt almost immediately as the band’s energy level, attention to detail, and interest in sonic exploration returned to levels not felt so consistently in some time.
The opening Jack Straw was nothing short of magical — as a majority of them tended to be — and the subsequent Franklin’s Tower was exultantly boundless, while including teases of both Goin’ Down the Road Feelin’ Bad and China Cat Sunflower before coming to its proper conclusion.
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 BrentMydland.net : streaming solo & grateful dead mp3's, videos, animated gifs, chat shoutbox. shn & flac files   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
CLICK HERE to embed a Brent Jukebox w/40 songs in your Myspace.
I noticed that in July 2006, that Brent memorium was removed.
It got me thinking that there are dozens of awesome webpages dedicated to Jerry, but surprisingly not a single one dedicated to Brent's memory.
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Brent Mydland Unreleased solo album 1982 Source: SBD (just enough hiss to suggest an analog gen. SBD>C>CDR>EAC>SHN This is a studio album remastered to cd with proper pre-track gaps of 2 sec.
TDHTC: "You recorded music for a Brent Mydland solo album that was never released, correct?" Cantor-Jackson: "Yeah, we worked on it for a year, between everything else.
Phil used to come into the studio every night and sit down and listen with a big grin on his face.
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 Vince Welnick - Free Music Downloads, Videos, Lyrics, CDs, MP3s, Bio, Merchandise and Links
Until then, Welnick had spent five years covering keyboard and harmony vocal parts after Dead keyboardist Brent Mydland died of a drug overdose in 1990.
Born February 21, 1951, in Phoenix, AZ, Welnick was still a teenager when he parlayed his keyboard-playing skills into an actual band (the Beans) with Bill Spooner (guitar, vocals) and Rick Anderson (bass).
When yet another Grateful Dead keyboardist died (founding member Ron "Pigpen" McKernan and Keith Godchaux both preceded Mydland in both the gig and death), Welnick auditioned for the spot and got it.
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 DVDWatch: DVDSewer.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
What is especially cool and chilling at the same time is that this one of the late great Brent Mydland's last shows with the band before he passed away that summer.
Although the song's not my absolute favorite, it is relatively solid, and it's great to hear such a wonderful vocal performance from Brent during this show.
Brent was a fantastic musician, and his creative contributions to the band will always be cherished and missed.
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 Grateful Dead Family Discography: Brent Mydland Discography
This is a discography of recordings that include Brent Mydland.
Brent Mydland joined the Grateful Dead in 1979 and remained a member of the group until his death in 1990.
Major albums that include covers of Brent Mydland compositions
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 SPIN.com: Grateful Dead Keyboardist Commits Suicide
After playing with the Tubes and for Todd Rundgren, Welnick took over on keys when then-keyboardist Brent Mydland died of a drug overdose in 1990.
Before Mydland, two other keyboard players for the Dead have died young -- "Pigpen" McKernan at age 27, Keith Godchaux at age 32 -- prompting some to consider the position a cursed one.
He was the sweetest human I have ever known.
www.spin.com /features/everybodystalkingabout/2006/06/060605_welnick   (207 words)

 Morning Dew Forums & Calendar :: Morning Dew Forums :: Trade Board :: brent solo album and outtakes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The seeds are heading to Mandrake for his review.
If anyone has any data on Brents studio work, please let us know (hey Crpty you have this or need this?
I met Brent Mydland and really miss him a whole bunch, had this home studio work come out around the summer of his passing it would have gone gold.
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 Brent Mydland (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.tamu.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Feel free to email any images you would like to have on this site.
This is currently the only image we have of Brent.
If you know of some that you would like to see here please let us know.
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 Brent Mydland82   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
TDHTC: "You recorded music for a Brent Mydland solo album that was never
Phil used to come into the studio every night and sit down and listen with a
It's the best of Brent and the best of me. Someday I'd
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 CMT.com : Brent Mydland : Artist Main
New group earn success with their debut single.
Picking up where Keith Godchaux left off in the rotating keyboard position for the Grateful Dead, Brent Mydland by songwriti...
Connect with other fans and discuss what's on your mind.
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 Various Artists / The Grateful Dead : Jerry Garcia Band - Live at Shoreline - Music Videos & Concerts on DVD (1990) - ...
On September 1, 1990, at the Shoreline Amphitheatre, the Jerry Garcia Band performed a particularly poignant kind of magic.
A Grateful Dead show was originally scheduled for that date but was cancelled due to the untimely death of the Dead's brilliant, passionate keyboard player, Brent Mydland, in late July.
While this concert date was originally booked for the Grateful Dead, the group opted to not perform because of keyboardist Brent Mydland's recent death from a drug overdose.
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