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Grateful Dead Dec. 1, 1966

Studio demo San Francisco, CA | Listen on archive

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19
Viola Lee Blues
A lot more developed than most from '66
4
Me and My Uncle
Billy gets out-voted.
18
Cream Puff War
This version is head and shoulders above the other versions I've heard. The ending jam is outrageous.
7
Deep Elem Blues
An electric version, raunchy and cool. Unlike any other version.
7
Death Don't Have No Mercy
Haunting early take. Worth the listen for sure
9
Dancin' in the Streets
Jerry jamming in the middle of the song is absolutely amazing...
2
Lindy
Vintage Grateful Dead Blues, Killer version of the rarely played little gem Jerry is sparkling
3
Next Time You See Me
Amazingly confident Pigpen masterpiece. Great organ work a Pigpen showcase.
3
I Know You Rider
Get's the introduction of "This is a famous old folk song" Early version of a tune they would make classic. Great historical performance.
3
Beat it on Down The Line
Maniacal with unreal energy levels. Jerry and Pigpen take the jam to spiraling dizzying levels, real cool and rapid paced masterful performance.
2
Hurts Me Too
Slow and powerful introduction the song builds and builds in intensity as the song takes off.
2
Big Boy Pete
An improvement over 11-29.
4
Cold Rain and Snow
Cold Rain and Speed... clips along with 60
2
On The Road Again
Dude - this is so freakin' cool.
2
You Don't Love Me
Jerry vocals. Sounds kinda like Schoolgirl. A nice curiosity.
2
Big Boss Man
Pigpen sounding sharp.