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This new CD features 12 new songs, 7 of which were written by David Nelson and Grateful Dead lyricist Robert Hunter. This legendary band's renaissance began seven years ago and continues to grow today with over 100 shows annually to audiences throughout the United States and Canada. 17 Pine Avenue is psychedelic Americana at its finest. On tour in March 2012!

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 6, 2012)
  • Original Release Date: January 1, 2012
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: WOODSTOCK
  • Run Time: 61 minutes
  • ASIN: B006ONOV0M
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #45,843 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Robert Carraher on March 24, 2012
Format: Audio CD
Around 1969, if you remember 1969 you weren't there, country rock emerged on the scene with the country leanings of groups such as Dillard & Clark Band, the Clarence White-era Byrds, The Band, Gram Parsons' Flying Burrito Brothers, and Bob Dylan. For nearly a decade, Jerry Garcia (of the Grateful Dead) buddy, David Nelson and a young John "Marmaduke" Dawson (who was enamored with Bakersfield country music while still providing a vital link between the East Coast, Timothy Leary-dominated psychedelic scene and the West.), had been performing country tinged folk music in and around San Francisco.

Dawson and Nelson's vision was timely as Around this time, Garcia was similarly inspired to take up the pedal steel guitar, and Dawson and Garcia began playing coffeehouse concerts together when the Grateful Dead were not touring their Psychedelic Rock act, which was the Dead's milieu for their first couple of albums. By the summer of 1969 it was decided that a full band would be formed. The band that came to be known as the New Riders of the Purple Sage (a nod to the Zane Grey classic and the western swing combo from the 1940s led by Foy Willing) consisted of Dawson, Nelson and Garcia on pedal steel joined by Robert Hunter on electric bass and Grateful Dead drummer Mickey Hart. Hunter was soon replaced by Bob Matthews, before Phil Lesh of the Grateful Dead was named bassist. The most well-known version of the New Riders, referred to as the "core" by many, was Dawson, Nelson, Dave Torbert on bass, Spencer Dryden on drums, and Buddy Cage, who joined the band after about a year and a half and replaced Jerry Garcia on pedal steel.

After a few warm-up gigs throughout the Bay Area in 1969, the New Riders began to tour in May 1970 as opening act with the Grateful Dead.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Read on March 11, 2012
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This is a creative, interesting, and fun album. Kudos to the New Riders for continuing to create and to tour. Highlights
for me include "Suite at the Mission," "17 Pine Avenue," "No Time," and "Down for the Ride." The interplay between Buddy Cage and
David Nelson is great, and Ronnie Penque's work is great as well. Thanks again for a great disc. To all: go and see them live!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By C on March 10, 2012
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This album rocks. It is the best music that I have heard in a real long while. I am absolutely amazed at the sound. The music is totally timeless and very fresh. Keep it up New Riders. I look forward to seeing this music live. Red alert!!! Red alert!!! The new Riders of the Purple Sage continue to rock.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By L. LaRossa on March 8, 2012
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It seems that the Riders are only getting better with age. All the songs are great;after the last CD it comes as no surprise that everyone in the band(sans Buddy) is contributing songs. For me the standouts are Fivio,Down for the Ride, I Know There's Someone Else and Just the Way it Goes. Buddy Cage's steel has never been sweeter and the interplay between him and David Nelson is simply amazing. And as a bonus, there's a bit of Professor Louie's accordian. Let's hope this ride goes on for a long,long time.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By J. Werfelman on March 15, 2012
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17 Pine Avenue is the best New Riders album in over 40 years since their ist album back in 1971.

Anyone who has seen the band perform since their renaissance
in 2005 knows that they are better than ever live. and in the studio.

This album is very special with 7 songs cowritten by David Nelson and Robert
Hunter(yes Robert Hunter who used to write all those songs with a guy named Garcia)
Hunter has been on his own renaissance over the past few years having cowitten Together
Through Life (Dylan's 2009 album) with Bob Dylan.

Every song on this record is good,many are great. They include FIVIO a gorgeous
english folk melody with a pedal steel run by Buddy Cage that will break your heart.
IT would have fit perfectly on American Beauty and is as good as anything the Riders have
ever done. NO Time is a booming rocker with David Nelson lead guitar and Buddy Cage steel
trading scorching solos. In fact the interchange and the synchronicity between Nelson and Cage is
phenomenal throughout the record. Message in a Bottle is cajan swamp laid down by the
excellent rythem section of drummer Johnny Markowsi and bassist Ronnie Penque with cosmic
lyrics coined by robert Hunter.

Markowski's Down for the Ride channels the spirit of Original riders
deceased guitarist John Dawson songwriting and spirit.
Rhythem guitarist Michael Falzarano(Hot Tuna)contributes two songs and his solid
playing allows Buddy Cage and david Nelson to go on fire.

This is not the typical 70's band going thru the motions. These guys are playing
with passion and fire as if there were no tomorrows.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Thomas W. Earl on March 27, 2012
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What a great record. New Riders have still got it. Even after the loss of John Dawson, this band brings pride to the name New Riders of the Purple Sage. So many groups and solo acts from the 70s are hanging on by a thread or dying a slow death, though I think that they should play until they drop dead on stage, New Riders are still solid. This latest effort is a pleasure to listen to. Good songwriting, good musicianship and a few "F" bombs in there to show they still have that rebel spirit in them. This one is a keeper for fans on newcomers alike. Keep it up Riders!!
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