This Rendition of Sugaree is Worth a SERIOUS LISTEN
I just stumbled across this band … they’re from Southern California, and were formed 25 years ago.
The lead guitarist, Rick I think, met Jerry on an airplane flight. They got to talking, and in passing Rick said that he and his band play a lot of Grateful Dead songs.
To which Garcia replied, with sudden amazement in his voice, “Wow! So do we!”
Here’s a Great Rendition of Old Man
from Neil Young’s performance at Massey Hall in 1971.
Setlist is a mess, but I’m workin’ on it!
Grateful Dead: Capitol Theater
Passaic New Jersey, 11-24-78
One of the very best late 70s shows out there:
Jerry’s playing ‘Wolf’; Bob’s got his ‘vine of life’ Ibanez, and he’s on tempo; Phil’s got all of NASA’s knobs on board his bass; Keith is wonderful on pie-anny; and Donna’s pretty much on key.
Who could ask for anything more?
This is the Grateful Dead “Raw”: the music really does play this band!
Me and My Uncle
New Minglewood Blues
From the Heart of Me
I Need a Miracle
Friend of the Devil
Fire on the Mountain*
E: Johnny B. Goode
* w/ Hamza El Din