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Grateful Dead - Beat it on Down The Line
Below you'll find a user-submitted list of the best Grateful Dead Beat it on Down The Line.
There's something special about this version and this show
Normally not a song I take much notice of...but Keith just takes over this puppy and turns it into a rollicking good time!
Great acoustic version, when the song was still fresh and you can hear the Binghamton crowd react when Bob starts singing
Maybe I have my music on too loud, but this version frickin' rocks!
Great dichotomy between Jerry and Duane's solos
Love Keith's lead in this one
42 intro beats!! (most ever) in honor of mickey's 42nd birthday
Bobby screams the lyrics, and Jerry picks to perfection. A hot and energetic version.
This version is just a little cooler than most. My favorite.
nice early psychedelic version
Tight, inspired, rockin'. Best of the Euro '72 run. Give it some love, folks!
From an all-around great show (the extra accent in the count-in must have caused some smiles)
Jerry throws in a riff from My Old Kentucky Home!
Surf Punk! Never thought I'd hear California surfer thrash so clearly in the Dead, but here it is: Bobby as primordial punk rocker? Why not?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rBAuaJKMOTg I defy you to find a single flaw in this version. Probably Weir's single best lead vocal performance.