Family Dog at the Great Highway, San Francisco, CA 4/18/70 by Rhino at Public Sounds. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Is it the Grateful Dead? Well, in name, no, but in music and personnel, heck yes! We're very pleased to present a rare, unknown recording of the
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Is it the Grateful Dead? Well, in name, no, but in music and personnel, heck yes! We're very pleased to present a rare, unknown recording of the Grateful Dead from April 18, 1970, at the Family Dog in San Francisco, a show that was played entirely acoustically.
In May 2013, Mountain Girl called to say she had a few reels of Grateful Dead music and wanted to return them. They turned out to be from 1970 and 1971. Jeffrey Norman quickly backed them up, and we were able to check them out. Sure enough, this was music we'd never heard before, nor knew it even existed. One of the coolest things in this small stash was the 4/18/70 tape. We knew the Grateful Dead shared the bill this night with Charlie Musselwhite, and the NRPS, but they billed themselves as Mickey Hart and His Heartbeats, and Bobby Ace and His Cards From the Bottom Of The Deck. What the tape reveals is that they played just one set, an 80 minute acoustic opus featuring some expected stuff from the era, plus some shockers.
1. I Know You Rider (Fades in)
2. Don't Ease Me In
3. Silver Threads And Golden Needles
4. Friend Of The Devil
5. Deep Elem Blues
6. Wake Up Little Susie>
8. Cumberland Blues
9. New Speedway Boogie
10. Me And My Uncle
11. Mama Tried
12. Katie Mae (Incomplete)
13. Ain't It Crazy (The Rub) (Fades in)
15. Bring Me My Shotgun
16. The Mighty Flood>
17. Black Snake
Family Dog Atgreat Highway San Francisco Ca 41870
4.88 x 0.31 x 5.51 inches
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