please login or register.
Grateful Dead - Nobody's Fault But Mine
Below you'll find a user-submitted list of the best Grateful Dead Nobody's Fault But Mine.
Jerry sings this one with near desperation; from Truckin into the Other One with a sick jam this show just keeps on giving...
coming off truckin', this jam leads into an amazing Phil solo and then almost 12 minutes of the most ethereal sound .... sublime ....
One of the best mellow blues versions...killer noodles from Jerry
Pretty hot stuff. See Road Trips 4.3
The Truckin is good but the gem is the NFBM jam that follows.
A seamless sweet groove - into a very cool TOO. This show doesn't get enough love - all Summer '74 is hot, but this is a real corker.
Rare, rootsy and spare reading. The one in '79 when Jer's mic blew had more torque.
These Dec. shows are just great cowboy fun.
This one has more of an Other One-ish feel than most...they seem like they're pushing for it but end up going in a completely different direction
Fully jammed out vocal version in underrated jam from late '73...probably the peak period for NFBM...
First one in 2 years and then not played for another 4. Nice bust out.
Uptempo, funky and different.
Off the rails, intense blues jamming.
first/only version with lyrics since like 85, good stuff
Killer Nobody's jam in which Jerry apparently breaks a string, but Keith steps up very nicely. Some subtle Other One teases towards the end of one.