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  1. Nikogami

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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gatefold Vinyl release of Grateful Dead on Discogs. Label: Warner Bros. Records - • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue, Stereo Gatefold • Country: France • Genre: Rock, Blues • Style: Psychedelic Rock, Folk Rock.
  2. Zuludal

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    The album features songs like ‘Casey Jones’, ‘High Time’ and ‘Uncle John’s Band’ and the reissue features newly remastered sound. The two bonus CDs offer an unreleased concert recorded on 21 February at the Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY. The show features songs from Workingman’s Dead and the follow up album American Beauty which had been released by that point. It was mixed .
  3. Kile

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    The covers are exactly the kinds of references I'd expect from a band like the Dead back in the early 70s, including respectful versions of songs I would at the time have considered "heritage", like Me & Bobby McGee (immortalised for me by Janis Joplin), Johnny B Goode (Chuck Berry was still on the road and rockin' hard, but my young self at /5().
  4. Arashihn

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    Me & Bobby McGhee (Live at Auditorium Theater, Chicago, August 24, ) by Grateful Dead Me and Bobby McGee (Live at Charlotte Coliseum, Charlotte, NC, December 10, ) by Grateful Dead .
  5. Meztizragore

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    Feb 12,  · Me & Bobby Mcgee - The Grateful Dead Tabbed by: dmpspam E-mail: [email protected] Tuning: EADGBe (Standard) Here's just a quick riff I was trying to learn by ear since I wasn't too content with what was already posted here, it's good work, don't get me wrong, it.
  6. Zulujind

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    The show featured a plethora of songs from both Workingman’s Dead and the band’s follow-up album, American Beauty, which was released in November Some highlights include Weir’s moving vocal take on Me and Bobby McGee, Pigpen’s whiskey-seasoned growl on Easy Wind and a stellar run through Uncle John’s Band to close out the show.
  7. Yozshukinos

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    It is actually not even really a Grateful Dead song. It was off of Bob Weir's first solo effort Ace, but featured each member of The Grateful Dead as his backing band. Some other known Grateful Dead live tracks came off of that album.
  8. Meztill

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    Feelin' good was easy Lord, when Bobby sang the blues. Feelin' good was good enough for me, good enough for me and Bobby McGee. From the coal mines of Kentucky to the California sun, Bobby shared the secrets of my soul, Standing right beside me, Lord, in everything I done, Bobby's body kept me .

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