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The Other Ones

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Genres  Rock
Labels  Arista
Website  www.dead.net
Albums  The Strange Remain
Years active  1998–2002
Associated acts  Grateful Dead The Dead
Genre  Rock music

Past members  Bob Weir Mickey Hart Bruce Hornsby Mark Karan Steve Kimock Phil Lesh John Molo Dave Ellis Bill Kreutzmann Alphonso Johnson Jimmy Herring Rob Barraco Jeff Chimenti Susan Tedeschi
Origin  San Francisco, California, United States (1998)
Members  Phil Lesh, Bob Weir, Mickey Hart, Bruce Hornsby, Bill Kreutzmann

The Other Ones was an American rock band formed in 1998 by former Grateful Dead members Bob Weir, Phil Lesh, and Mickey Hart, along with part-time Grateful Dead collaborator Bruce Hornsby. In 2000, Bill Kreutzmann, another Grateful Dead alumnus, joined the group, while Phil Lesh dropped out. In 2002, Lesh rejoined the band, and Hornsby left. At different times the shifting lineup of The Other Ones also included Mark Karan, Steve Kimock, John Molo, Dave Ellis, Alphonso Johnson, Jimmy Herring, Rob Barraco, Jeff Chimenti, and Susan Tedeschi. In 2003, The Other Ones changed their name to The Dead.

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Continuing the legacy

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The Other Ones continued the musical legacy of the Grateful Dead, playing many Grateful Dead songs and utilizing a similar jam band style that emphasized musical improvisation. The name of the band was taken from the title of the Grateful Dead song "That's It for the Other One", from 1968's Anthem of the Sun. Although Jerry Garcia had died in 1995, "the other ones" from the Grateful Dead carried on.

Album

The Other Ones Furthur Festival Hotline

In 1999, The Other Ones released The Strange Remain, a two disc CD recorded live during their 1998 Furthur Festival tour.

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The Other Ones Terrapin Station featuring The Other Ones Alpine Valley Music

Songs

Baba JingoThe Strange Remain · 1999
Only the Strange RemainThe Strange Remain · 1999
Rainbow's CadillacThe Strange Remain · 1999

References

The Other Ones Wikipedia


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