The Wall of Sound was an enormous public address system designed specifically for the Grateful Dead's live performances by audio engineer Owsley "Bear" Stanley. Used in 1974, the Wall of Sound fulfilled the band's desire for a distortion-free sound system that could also serve as its own monitoring system. The Wall of Sound was the largest concert sound system built at that time. [ #DeadHead #psychedelic #60s #70s ]

The Wall of Sound was an enormous public address system designed specifically for the Grateful Dead's live performances by audio engineer Owsley "Bear" Stanley. Used in 1974, the Wall of Sound fulfilled the band's desire for a distortion-free sound system that could also serve as its own monitoring system. The Wall of Sound was the largest concert sound system built at that time. [ #DeadHead #psychedelic #60s #70s ]

If you don't know how to explain to family & friends what exactly it is that we do, have them watch THIS: "Wall of Sound"

If you don't know how to explain to family & friends what exactly it is that we do, have them watch THIS: "Wall of Sound"

This is the "Wall of Sound" circa 1974. 26,400 watts of audio power. Each speaker for one instrument or mic.

This is the "Wall of Sound" circa 1974. 26,400 watts of audio power. Each speaker for one instrument or mic.

De 'Wall of Sound' van rockband Grateful Dead, uit de jaren '70. Deze enome berg JBL-speakers diende als monitor- én PA-systeem! De band hoorde precies wat het publiek hoorde.

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De 'Wall of Sound' van rockband Grateful Dead, uit de jaren '70. Deze enome berg JBL-speakers diende als monitor- én PA-systeem! De band hoorde precies wat het publiek hoorde.

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03 - Phil Spector - The Bells Of St. Mary - A Christmas Gift For You - 1963 - YouTube

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