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Listen To The Grateful Dead’s Debut Performance Of Every Cover In Their Repertoire

first_imgEarlier this week, we shared a playlist with you that featured the debut performance of every single Grateful Dead song, spanning the bands prolific 30 year career. As popular as their originals were, the Grateful Dead almost always added a few covers into their setlists over the years. Some would get played more than others, including the traditional “I Know You Rider,” the Buddy Holly classic “Not Fade Away,” and Johnny Cash’s “Big River,” but almost all of them felt right at home within the confines of a Dead show.Thanks to the mastermind Osty Gale, we now have a definitive playlist that not only catalogs each cover, but shares their debut performances as well. There are some interesting entries on the list, including a number of Beatles songs, a Miles Davis song, some Rolling Stones, and a lot of traditional numbers in the folk/blues genres.The full playlist can be streamed below, with 183 different tracks culled from 30 years of Grateful Dead shows via Eyesoftheworld94. The full listing, with showdates and original artists, is listed at the bottom. Enjoy!It’s worth noting that this playlist doesn’t include songs that were debuted with guest musicians… perhaps those will be in the next playlist?1966: I’m a King Bee [orig. Slim Harpo, 1957/Rolling Stones, 1964] 1/8/66 Im a Hog For You Baby (The Coasters) – 1/8/66 Death Don’t Have No Mercy (Rev. Gary Davis, 1960) 1/8/66 One Kind Favour (Blind Lemon Jefferson) 2/12/66 She’s On the Road again (Trad.) (2/25/66) Next Time You See Me (2/25/66) I know You Rider (Traditional) 2/25/66 Cold Rain & Snow (Traditional) 2/25/66 Stealin (Memphis Jug Band) – 2/25/66 Viola Lee Blues [Cannon’s Jug Stompers, 1928] 3/19/66 It’s a Sin [Jimmy Reed, 1958] 3/19/66 Beat It On Down The Line (Jesse Fuller, 1961) 3/19/66 Heads Up (Freddie King) (3/19/66) Midnight Hour [Wilson Pickett, 1965] 3/19/66 It Hurts Me Too [Elmore James, 1958] (5/19/66) Sitting on Top of the World (Mississippi Sheiks)(5/19/66) New Minglewood Blues [Noah Lewis Jug Band, (5/19/66) Silver Threads and Golden Needles [Wanda Jackson, 1956] (5/19/66) It’s all Over Now Baby Blue [Dylan, 1965] (5/19/66) Good Lovin’ [The Olympics, 1965] – (5/19/66) Dancing In The Street [Martha & The Vandellas] 7/3/66 He was a Friend Of Mine [Traditional] 7/3/66 Big Boss Man [Jimmy Reed] – 7/3/66 Don’t Mess Up A Good Thing (Oliver Sain) 7/3/66 Gangster Of Love (Johnny Guitar Watson)- 7/3/66 In the Pines (Traditional) – 7/16/66 Nobodys Fault But Mine (Blind Willie Johnson, 1926) Don’t Ease Me In (Traditional) 7/16/66 Pain In my Heart (Naomi Neville) 7/16/66 Good Morning Little School Girl (Sonny Boy Williamson/Junior Wells, 1965) 07/16/66 The Lindy (Overseas Stomp) (Memphis Jug Band) – 9/16/66 Hi Heel Sneakers (Tommy Tucker, 1964) 11/19/66 The Same Thing (Willie Dixon)11/19/66 Smokestack Lightning (Howlin’ Wolf, 1956) 11/19/66 Me And My uncle (John Phillips] 11/29/66 Big Boy Pete ( The Olympics, 1960) 11/29/66 Early Morning Rain (Gordon Lightfoot) 11/29/66 Something On Your Mind (Big Jay McNeely) (11/29/66) I Just Want To Make Love To You (Willie Dixon) 11/29/66 You Don’t Love Me (Willie Cobb) 12/1/66 Deep Elem Blues (Traditional) 12/1/66 1967: Morning Dew (Bonnie Dobson, 1962) 3/18/67 Turn On Your Love Light (Bobby Bland, 1961) 7/23/67 1968: And We Bid you Goodnight (Traditional) 3/16/68 Death Letter Blues (Sam House, 1965) 10/30/68 1969: Hey Jude (Beatles, 1968) 2/11/69 Not Fade Away (Buddy Holly, 1957) 2/19/69 Hard To Handle (Otis Redding, 1968) 3/15/69 Green Grass of Home (Porter Wagoner, 1965) 5/31/69 Old Old House (George Jones) 6/20-21/69 Ol Slewfoot (Bill Monroe) 6/21/69 Mama Tried (Merle Haggard, 1968) 6/21/69 Let Me In (Gene Crysler) 7/4/69 Seasons of My Heart (George Jones, 1955) 8/2/69 New Orleans (Guido, Royster) >Searchin (Leiber, Stoller) 8/29/69 It’s All Over Now (Rolling Stones) 9/6/69 Monkey & The Engineer (Jesse Fuller) 12/19/69 Little Sadie (Traditional) 12/19/69 Gathering Flowers for the Master’s Banquet (Marvin Baumgardner) 12/26/69 The Race Is On (Don Rollins) – 12/31/69 1970: Long Black Limousine (Vern Stovall/Bobby George) 1/31/70 Saw Mill (Mel Tillis) – 1/31/70 Wake Up Little Susie (Everly Brothers) – 2/13/70 Katie Mae (Lightnin Hopkins) 2/13/70 Dark Hollow (Traditional) 2/14/70 Ive Been All Around This World (Trad.) (2/14/70) Walking the Dog (Rufus Thomas) – 3/21/70a (early show) It’s a Man’s Man’s World (James Brown) 4/9/70 Ain’t It Crazy (The Rub) (Lightnin Hopkins) 4/1870 Roberta (Trad.) – 4/18/70 Shotgun (Hopkins) – 4/18/70 Flood (Hooker) – 4/18/70 Black Snake (Hooker) – (4/18/70) Frozen Logger (Stevens/Hagland) 5/7/70 She’s Mine (Hopkins) (5/15/70) Ballad of Casey Jones (Traditional) – 5/15/70 Louie Louie (Richard Berry) 6/7/1970 Big Railroad Blues (Noah Lewis) 6/24/70 El Paso (Marty Robbins) 7/11/70 So Sad To Watch Good Love Go Bad (Everly Brothers) – 7/11/70 Rosa Lee McFall (Bill Monroe) – 7/11/70 How Long Blues (Carr/Stokes) – 7/12/70 Tell It To Me (Cocaine Blues) (Traditional) – 7/12/70 Goin Down The Road Feelin’ Bad (Trad.) 10/10/70 (instr.), “Not Fade Away” = actually the First GDTRFB with lyrics -(10/11/70) Mystery Train (Phillips/Parker) 11/8/70 My Babe (Willie Dixon) 11/8/70 Around and Around (Chuck Berry) 11/8/70 Me and Bobby McGee (Kristofferson) 11/29/70 1971: Johnny B Goode (Chuck Berry) 1/22/71 Sing Me Back Home (Merle Haggard) 4/5/71 Oh Boy (West,Tilghman,Holly) 4/6/71 I Second That Emotion (Smokey Robinson) 4/8/71 Promised Land (Chuck Berry) 5/29/71 Hideaway (Freddie King) 11/7/71 You Win Again (Hank Williams) 11/14/71 Run Rudolph Run (Chuck Berry) – 12/4/71 I Washed My Hands in Muddy Water (Joe Babcock) 12/5/71 Mannish Boy (Im a Man) (Bo Diddley)- 12/15/1971 Big River (Cash) 12/31/71 1972: How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You) (Holland) 3/25/72 Are You Lonely for Me Baby? (Bert Berns) 3/25/72 Sidewalks of New York (Blake/ Lawlor) 3/28/72 Rockin Pneumonia (Vincent/Smith) 5/23/72 Tomorrow Is Forever (Dolly Parton) 9/24/72 1973: You Ain’t Woman Enough (Loretta Lynn) 2/15/73 Peggy-O (Traditional) 12/10/73 Wang Dang Doodle (Willie Dixon) 10/23/73 (Soundcheck) Blue Suede Shoes (soundcheck) (Carl Perkins) 12/1/73 Working Man Blues (soundcheck) (Merle Haggard) – 12/1/1973 Rip It Up (Soundcheck) (Little Richard) 12/12/73 Thirty Days (soundcheck) (Chuck Berry) – 12/12/73 1974: Let It Rock (Chuck Berry) 6/23/74 1976: Samson and Delilah (traditional) 6/3/76 1977: Got My Mojo Working (Muddy Waters) 4/22/77 Jack A Roe (trad.) 5/13/77 Iko Iko (Trad.) 5/15/77 1978: Werewolves of London (Warren Zevon) 4/19/78 Ollin Agareed – (9/13/78) Tom Dooley (Traditional) – 11/17/78 KC Moan (Traditional) 11/17/1978 1979: Gloria Jam (Them) 11/9/79 C.C Rider (Traditional) 12/1/79 1980: Little Red Rooster (Willie Dixon)- 8/19/80 Oh Babe it Ain’t No Lie (Elizabeth Cotton) 9/25/80 (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction (The Rolling Stones) – 11/26/80 Young Blood (Soundcheck 12/30/80) 1981: Man Smart, Woman Smarter (Norman Span) – 7/2/81 Spoonful (Willie Dixon) – 10/15/81 Baby Hully Gully (Smith, Goldsmith) – 10/16/81 Mack The Knife (Brecht, Blitzestien, Weill) – 11/30/81 1982: Dear Prudence/”Strawberry Fields” (Jam) (Beatles) – 3/13/82 1983: Revolution (Beatles) 10/12/83 Goodnight Irene (Trad.) 12/31/83 1984: Dear Mr Fantasy (Winwood,Capaldi,Wood) – 6/14/84 Why Don’t We Do It In The Road?(Beatles) – 6/27/84 Gimme Some Lovin (Winwood/Davis) 11/2/84 Down In The Bottom (Willie Dixon) – 11/3/84 Day Tripper (Beatles) – 12/28/84 1985: Just Like Tom Thumbs Blues (Bob Dylan) 3/27/85 She Belongs To Me (Bob Dylan) 4/4/85 Keep On Growing – 6/14/85 Kansas City (Leiber, Stoller) 10/28/85 The Mighty Quinn (Quinn The Eskimo) (Bob Dylan) – 12/30/85 1986: Visions of Johanna (Bob Dylan) – 3/19/ 1986 I’m a Road Runner – 3/21/86 Desolation Row (Bob Dylan) 3/25/86 1987: Get Back (The Beatles) 1/28/87 When I Paint My Masterpiece (Bob Dylan) 6/13/87 All Along The Watchtower (Bob Dylan) 6/20/87 Hey Pocky Way (traditional) – 9/9/87 Devil with Blue Dress (Long, Stevenson)- 9/9/87 Good Golly Miss Molly (Blackwell, Marascalo) – 9/9/87 Fever (Davenport,Cooley) – 9/13/87 1988: Stir it Up (Bob Marley) 3/26/1988 So What (Miles Davis) 3/27/88 Let The Good Times Roll (Sam Cooke) – 4/30/88 Blackbird (Beatles) 6/23/88 1989: California Earthquake (Rodney Crowell) – (10/20/89) 1990: The Last Time (The Rolling Stones) – 2/25/90 The Weight (The Band) 3/28/90 Stander on the Mountain (Bruce Hornsby) 10/28/90 1991: That Would Be Something (McCartney) – 9/25/91 1992: Baba O’Riley (The Who) 5/19/92 Tomorrow Never Knows (Beatles) 5/19/92 Rain (Beatles) 12/2/92 1993: Broken Arrow (Robbie Robertson) 2/23/93 I Fought The Law (Sonny Curtis) – 3/14/93 Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds (Beatles) 3/17/93 Aint That Peculiar (Soundcheck) (Robinson et al.) 6/25/93 1994: I Want To Tell You (Beatles) 7/1/94 Matilda Matilda (Norman Span) 7/20/94 A Day in the Life (Beatles) 7/26/94 1995: It’s All Too Much (Beatles) 3/18/95 When a Man Loves a Woman (Lewis, Wright) 3/28/1995 Neighbour Neighbour (Valier.Meaux) 3/28/1995 Soundcheck Paperback Writer (Soundcheck) (Beatles) – 3/28/1995 Take Me To The River (Al Green, Mabon Hodges) 4/1/95 Tough Mama (Bob Dylan) (5/24/95) Rollin and Tumblin (Muddy Waters) 6/15/95 Hoochie Coochie Man (Willie Dixon) (Soundcheck) – 7/2/95 Jesu Joy (7/2/95)last_img read more

Credit: New and ready to grow?

first_img ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr by: Bill PrichardOn the face of it, credit cards haven’t changed much since their introduction decades ago. Plastic cards are so familiar that they’re iconic. But the inner workings of the credit cards issued by CO-OP’s credit processing clients have changed dramatically in the past 12 months. New options make the credit experience more secure, powerful, flexible and rewarding. If you’re hoping to make credit a growth area this year, offering a new experience may be the differentiator you’re looking for.Sound like too much to ask of a little plastic card? Consider the developments:EMV: Cards embedded with EMV chips are now available to clients who use CO-OP in-house credit processing and CO-OP full-service credit processing through The Members Group. EMV-enabled cards improve security on card-present transactions, making them a popular option for members and a money-saver for credit unions.Apple Pay and Tokenization: This was a late entry and a surprise to boot. When Apple announced its new tokenization-driven mobile payments app in September of last year, credit unions wondered how they’d ever get on board. It’s happening now. CO-OP is an engaged issuer-processor for Apple Pay and Visa, which means CO-OP can directly facilitate tokenization service and Apple Pay enrollment for credit processing clients. CO-OP is also helping credit clients get up and running with MasterCard’s tokenization service for Apple Pay participation. continue reading »last_img read more

Home opener set for Riverhounds inaugural season at Highmark Stadium

first_imgDarren Amoo is entering his first professional season and will add a different dynamic to the Riverhounds attack.  A dominant left-footed player, Amoo is extremely creative, strong and has deceptive pace that will cause problems to most defenders. Amoo played collegiately at Liberty University in Virginia.  In his three seasons at Liberty, Amoo recorded 37 goals in 58 games and earned Big South honors in each year. PITTSBURGH—The Pittsburgh Riverhounds will make soccer history in Pittsburgh on Saturday, April 13, when the Club opens its home season at the new Highmark Stadium against in-state rival, Harrisburg City Islanders. The 2013 USL PRO schedule was recently released, bringing a new level of soccer to the league.Together with Harrisburg, the 14-game home schedule brings back league opponents Rochester Rhinos, Charleston Battery, Richmond Kickers, Charlotte Eagles, Antigua Barracuda FC, Dayton Dutch Lions, Los Angeles Blues, Orlando City, and Wilmington Hammerheads as well as newcomers to the league, Phoenix FC Wolves and VSI Tampa Bay FC. In addition, the Riverhounds will take on Toronto FC Reserves, a Major League Soccer Reserve League team that joins the mix after MLS and USL PRO announced earlier this week a multi-year partnership bringing interleague play between the USL PRO and MLS Reserve League teams.  The collaboration between MLS and USL PRO aims to enhance the development of professional players in North America, strengthen the competition in both leagues, and establish a solid foundation for future collaboration. “The 2013 season marks a major milestone for the Riverhounds as we begin the next chapter at our new home in downtown Pittsburgh. Combined with the partnership with MLS Reserve League teams, we look forward to the excitement this season aims to bring,” said Jason Kutney, CEO and outside defender/midfielder for the Pittsburgh Riverhounds. The April 13 match against Harrisburg kicks off the 2013 Keystone Derby, a battle for Pennsylvania bragging rights. For the complete 2013 schedule, visit http://www.riverhounds.com/pro/schedule/Individual and corporate personal seat licenses (PSLs) are on sale now at Highmark Stadium through February 15. Grandstand seats, reserved first for PSL holders, are valid for all Riverhounds home soccer games, and the first option to buy any additional events. Single game tickets and three-game packs will go on sale February 15 through Ticketmaster, the official ticketing company of Highmark Stadium.(For more information on the Riverhounds season, visit www.riverhounds.com.)last_img read more