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1 Show Found

11/03/65
Golden Gate Studios - San Francisco, CA

Set 1:
Can't Come Down
Mindbender
The Only Time Is Now
Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks)
I Know You Rider
Early Morning Rain

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Comments:

is this an actual show or a studio recording? what is mothers? i have this tape and it sounds like it could be either live or studio .. oh well mindbender is a rockin crazy song wished they played it more
-stuart


"mother's" is 'Mother McCree's Uptown Jug Champions', the name the dead had before 'the warlocks'.
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best i know you rider
-Anonymous


this is the warlocks demo - so studio
-Anonymous


Best "I Know You Rider"???

What are you retarded or something?

IKYR didn't start getting decent until '69. The peak years for this tune along with China Cat were '72-'73.

Best Rider...

Dream on, Honky!
-Anonymous


hi! please, i would like to get the artwork of this tape, ive just the recor but no the cover, my email is:
jimi_ju@yahoo.com
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Listening to "Early Morning Rain," who could've guessed at things to come. Very historical!!!!
-Anonymous (03/10/2008)


I agree wholeheartedly. This is, hands down, the absolute best "I Know You Rider" in the history of the Grateful Dead! I suffer from severe mental retardation, but I still know enough to completely agree with that TOTALLY ABSURD notion!!! ("Best Rider ever?!?!" Puh-lease.) Uh-oh, we got a moron here.
- (08/31/2009)


I have this studio recording as

Can't Come Down
Confusion Prince
Walking in The sun
I know you Rider
Early Morning Rain
The Same Thing
Stealin
New Minglewood Blues
Cold Rain and Snow
Sittin On top of the world
- (10/21/2012)


This show has been commercially released as "Birth Of The Dead"



-Anonymous (11/03/2013)


@Reddy Kilowatt I know this isn't the best Rider, but knowing where things went from here, it's gotta give you a little tingle down your spine to listen to it. Regardless of quality, the historical value alone makes it a great version.
-Anonymous (11/03/2016)


To the people talking about what the best I Know You Rider is, could you lighten the fuck up, and be sweet to each other? Assholes
-Annie Nona Mouse (08/28/2017)


To Rich and Stuart (at the top of this thread), I believe that 'Mothers' is a reference to a name of a club called Mothers on Broadway in North Beach. It eventually became the Stone, and it is now a lame euro-trash nightclub...or maybe a strip club at this point.

Anyway, it was a club run by the two DJs that owned / ran Autumn Records. It is extremely unlikely that 'Mothers' is a reference to the jug band that pre-dated the Warlocks.
- (10/21/2017)


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Band Configuration
(06/18/65 - 11/03/65)

Band Name: The Warlocks
Lead Guitar: Jerry Garcia
Rhythm Guitar: Bob Weir
Bass: Phil Lesh
Keyboards: Ron "Pigpen" McKernan
Drums: Bill Kreutzmann

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