Uncle John's Band" is a song by the Grateful Dead that first appeared in their concert setlists in late 1969. The band recorded it for their 1970 album Workingman's Dead. Written by guitarist Jerry Garcia and lyricist Robert Hunter, "Uncle John's Band" presents the Dead in an acoustic and musically concise mode, with close harmony singing. The song, one of the band's most well-known, is one of The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's 500 Songs that Shaped Rock and Roll
Uncle John's Band by the Grateful Dead. From their fourth studio album, Workingman's Dead released in 1970. Enjoy! Has been played on. United States 264. 11. M Retro (70's Hits).
OK, who is Uncle John? That could be anybody and everybody - fan speculations run wild from the Biblical John the Baptist to Mississippi John Hurt. But maybe, like the Beatles' Sergeant Pepper, it was just an alias made up for fun. This was one of the Dead's first attempts to reach beyond their little cult and take a shot at the mainstream. The single release was cut by 25 seconds from the album version. David Dodd, author of The Complete Annotated Grateful Dead lyrics looked into the possibility that this song is about a string band called the New Lost City Ramblers (NLCR), whose John Cohen was nicknamed "Uncle John. Dodd started a discussion on the topic, and Robert Hunter weighed in, lending support to the theory.
Uncle John's Band- live. Album, 01 Ноябрь 1970, WEA, Rhino Records. Grateful Dead from the Mars Hotel. Album, 27 Июнь 1974, Rhino Records, Grateful Dead Records.
It’s Uncle John’s Band, a track from the 1970 album Workingman's Dead, performed in 1974 at Paris’ at Parc des Expositions. The Grateful Dead Is Resurrected Once More, This Time With John Mayer: Exclusive.
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Come hear Uncle John's Band By the riverside Got some things to talk about Here beside the rising tide Come hear Uncle John's Band Playing to the tide Come on along, or go alone He's come to take his children home. Wo, oh, what I want to know How does the song go? Come hear Uncle John's Band By the riverside Got some things to talk about Here beside the rising tide Come hear Uncle John's Band Playing to the tide Come on along, or go alone He's come to take his children home. Submit lyrics correction →. 55k. Like. Grateful Dead - The Best Of The Grateful Dead Album Lyrics. 1. Black Muddy River.
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|7410||The Grateful Dead||Uncle John's Band (7", Single)||Warner Bros. Records||7410||US||1970|