While in Fairbanks a friend named Faith was pregnant which, of course, brought forth 'Keep the Baby, Faith!' Once you are finished, click the button below. It's copyrighted 1969, but I'm pretty sure the Dead already had Truckin' going. Grateful Dead Live at Boston Garden on 1993-09-26 Audio Preview ... Bob even sings the original "Sweet Jane" verse, but he totally spaces out the final verse and this seems to affect the peak jam, which the band completely messes up. She lost her sparkle, you know she isn't the same Livin' on reds, vitamin c, and cocaine, All a friend can say is ain't it a shame? Jack Straw was also sweet. The BEW was killer but Jerry fucked up the makin' whiskey verses. Guitar World ranked "Sweet Jane" at No. ). She lost her sparkle, you know she isn't the same Livin' on reds, vitamin C, and cocaine All a friend can say is, "Ain't it a shame? The DEAD will RISE again!!! 18 in its list of the 100 Greatest Guitar Tracks. Sittin and starin out of the hotel window. I've had this site pinned to my browser for years, freaked out when it shutdown for a short time, and am so glad it came back. The lyric is asking “Why isn’t pot good enough anymore,” as people move on to heavier drugs? Opps the only blemish on s strong set so far.They do rebound quickly and end it strongly. One verse in particular: "What in the world ever became of sweet Jane, she lost her sparkle. Grateful Dead - Truckin' Garcia;Lesh;Weir;Hunter Lyrics:Truckin got my chips cashed in. Sittin' and starin' out of the hotel window. Pumped Up Kicks. BABY BLUE. Substitute. Just starting to really get into 90's shows but if this is any indication it's gonna be happy hunting. In a 2011 update of the list, it appears at #342. 'Sweet Jane' may simply have been coincidental, without any hidden meaning. Fillmore East at its best, "An Evening with the Grateful Dead". Now Available: Vinyl Me Please - The Story Of The Grateful Dead 14-LP Audiophile Vinyl Boxed Set. When Loaded was originally released in 1970, the song's bridge was cut. Even after the heydey of the hippies, the Dead continued to captivate audiences. Clementine Lyrics: Music: Phil Lesh / Played a few times by the Grateful Dead in 1968--and not to be confused with the traditional "Oh My Darling Clementine". Highway 61 Revisited Bob Dylan. I surmise there's no relation, but a fun thought nonetheless. The Grateful Dead sang of acceptance of banality and the drive to continue their search for epiphany. Lou Reed performed "Sweet Jane" in two keys. (note 1) She lost her sparkle you know she isn't the same Living on reds and vitamin C and cocaine All her friends can say is ain't it a shame. And Giants was not all that bad. (note 1) She lost her sparkle you know she isn't the same I remember this as a hot but amazingly nice day. Sweet Jane was recorded and performed as early as ‘69 though, a live version from ‘69 appears on their ‘74 live album. Bill from Rensselaer, Ny Nobody mentioned that "Sweet Jane" was Janis Joplin sweet tea --The Dollar Store ... Gotta love that durn Grateful Dead music...I reckon! Truckin' up to Buffalo Been thinking you got to mellow slow Takes time, you pick a place to go Just keep truckin' on. Foster The People. In February 1974, a live version recorded in December 1973 (similar to the Loaded version but with extended "intro" and hard rock sound), appeared on Reed's Rock 'n' Roll Animal. She lost her sparkle, you know she isn't the same Livin on reds, vitamin c, and cocaine, All a friend can say is aint it a shame? Sweet Jane refers to marijuana. ", Is this a reference to the VU song “Sweet Jane” or is it just about weed? There are two distinct versions of "Sweet Jane" with minor variations, spread over its first four releases. Living on reds, vitamin C and cocaine? The song was written by Lou Reed, the band's leader, who continued to incorporate the piece into live performances as a solo artist. Truckin' was released in '70, Sweet Jane was released in '73. I’ve seen a lot of people confident in both interpretations and I’m a huge VU fan so that’d be cool if it is a reference to the Velvets, this site is really useful http://artsites.ucsc.edu/gdead/agdl/truckin.html#jane. been thinkin', you got to mellow slow Takes time, you pick a place to go, and just keep truckin' on. Contains printable sheet music plus an interactive, downloadable digital sheet music file. American Beauty was released November 1, 1970. The ‘73 version from Loaded is what everyone is familiar with but given VU and the Dead both played at the Fillmore and Matrix frequently, maybe it’s possible they were familiar with the Velvets live stuff from ‘69? So be it. Also Dead.net should do a rerun of the "Hard Truckers" t-shirt. Sitting and staring out of the hotel window Guitar TAB Transcription. The song also appears on the albums Live at Max's Kansas City; 1969: The Velvet Underground Live; Peel Slowly and See; Live MCMXCIII; Loaded: Fully Loaded Edition; American Poet; Rock 'n' Roll Animal; Live: Take No Prisoners; Live in Italy; The Concert for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame; Rock and Roll: an Introduction to The Velvet Underground; NYC Man (The Ultimate Collection 1967–2003); Live on Letterman: Music from The Late Show; and Berlin: Live At St. Ann's Warehouse. 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The Grateful Dead has been a phenomenon since they made their debut in 1965. The 1969 and 1970 versions were in D as was 1972's American Poet version. Like a Rolling Stone 2. Queen Jane Approximately by Grateful Dead. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts, http://artsites.ucsc.edu/gdead/agdl/truckin.html#jane, https://www.wsj.com/articles/how-cops-pills-and-parties-inspired-the-grateful-deads-truckin-1505922824. Reviewer: Toshman - favorite favorite favorite favorite favorite - April 17, 2006 Subject: Awesome show . 335 on its list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time. We used the Grateful Dead’s sound system, and I was determined that the words to Fugs tunes be heard, so I kissed the microphone very closely. im assuming sweet Jane burned out from too many drugs! Grateful Dead covers Song Original Artist "All Along the Watchtower" Bob Dylan "Are You Lonely For Me Baby" Freddie Scott "Around and Around" Chuck Berry "Baba O'Riley" The Who "Bad Moon Rising" Creedence Clearwater Revival "Ballad of a Thin Man" Bob Dylan "Beat It on Down the Line" ... Sweet Jane digital sheet music. What in the world ever became of sweet jane? October 16, 2020. read more. Piano/Vocal/Guitar, Singer Pro. Acoustic Dead is the tops. read more. 81 on its list of the 100 Greatest Guitar Solos. Nope...https://www.wsj.com/articles/how-cops-pills-and-parties-inspired-the-grateful-deads-truckin-1505922824, More posts from the gratefuldead community, Press J to jump to the feed. Well you know she isn't the same. On 1973's Rock 'n' Roll Animal and 1978's Take No Prisoners, the song is in E, and on 1984's Live in Italy, the song is back in D. In 2004, Rolling Stone ranked it No. Vitamin C could refer to a form of LSD, or it could just refer to orange juice or other juice concoction as a typical druggie sustaining drink, instead of … "Sweet Jane" - 1970, Velvet Underground, Loaded. “What in the world ever became of sweet Jane? Official Site of the Grateful Dead ... Meet me some morning in the sweet bye and bye Bye and bye Song coming on So pleasing to see come and gone ... What in the world ever became of sweet Jane? i love hearing the audience at this show. Official Site Of The Grateful Dead. Grateful Dead - Not Fade Away (Carter-Finley Stadium 7/10/90) (Official Live Video) share. There was a party at the Grateful Dead’s various rooms at the hotel afterwards, although after a few initial elevators full of partyers, the hotel called a halt to further fans.” IN 1983 or so, Bobby changed the lyrics a few times to "What in the world ever became of sweet Jane? Any items you have not completed will be marked incorrect. Get Results The first release of the song in November 1970 was a version recorded earlier that year and included on Loaded. What in the world ever became of sweet Jane? in truckin', and the excellent space>st stephen jam. Badfinger. A great tribute to the wildest and most professional roadies in the history of music. Reviewer: spikedriver - favorite favorite favorite - July 16, 2008 Subject: Bobby and Jerry in a tiff Jerry appears from behind his cabinet along with "The Bumble Bee", Clarence Clemmens for the second set. When Loaded was originally released in 1970, the song's bridge was cut. It could not be a VU reference. Official Site Of The Grateful Dead. Even though our storyteller cannot be bought or sold, he does speak on this one. What in the world ever became of sweet jane? Facebook. Now Streaming: American Beauty - The Angel's Share. The box set Peel Slowly and See and reissue Loaded: Fully Loaded Edition restored the missing section. Sweet Jane appeared on Loaded, released on November 15, 1970. Sweet Jane was recorded and performed as early as ‘69 though, a live version from ‘69 appears on their ‘74 live album. News. In September 1974, a down-tempo live version recorded in late 1969 was included on 1969: The Velvet Underground Live, with a different song structure and lyrics. Queen Jane Approximately by Bob Dylan & The Grateful Dead. reds refers to seconal, vitamin C refers to LSD ( the pranksters used to dose their orange juice to hide it) Cocaine is self evident. (note 1) She lost her sparkle you know she isn't the same Living on reds and vitamin C and cocaine All her friends can say is ain't it a shame Truckin' up to Buffalo Been thinking you got to mellow slow Takes time, you pick a place to go Just keep truckin' on Sitting and staring out of the hotel window Grateful Dead Live at Red Rocks Amphitheatre on 1982-07-28 Audio Preview ... check out bobby's alternate lyrics about sweet jane's sex change(!?) Recognized by the U.S. Library of Congress as a In a 2005 interview, former Velvet Underground member Doug Yule stated that the main signature "riff" of the song (as it appears on Loaded) was finalized in the studio just before the tracks were recorded, and it was achieved by Lou Reed's playing "cranked-up very loud" through a large Sunn amplifier. The elaborate twin guitar "intro" on the Rock 'n' Roll Animal version was written by Steve Hunter[2] and played by Hunter and Dick Wagner, two Detroit guitarists who would go on to play with Alice Cooper. Truckin, up to buffalo. Tweet. The box set Peel Slowly and See and reissue Loaded: Fully Loaded Edition restored … I also liked the Queen Jane and it still sounds great on my barely listenable AUD casette. In March 2005, Q placed "Sweet Jane" at No. 1. "Sweet Jane" is a song by American rock band the Velvet Underground; it appears on their fourth studio album Loaded. The album was reissued in 1973 with the unedited version of "Sweet Jane". Piano/Vocal/Guitar. Grateful Dead. Performed Live As. When a restored version of the original release on Loaded was eventually unveiled on Peel Slowly and See in 1995 (and in 1997 on Loaded: Fully Loaded Edition), it turned out that some of the 1969 lyrics (notably the entire bridge as heard on Live at Max's Kansas City) had originally been included in the Loaded version as well, but were scrapped in the final mix. [3] In addition to recording the bass track, the drums on the recording were performed by Doug Yule because Velvet drummer Maureen Tucker was pregnant at the time and not present during the Loaded sessions.[4]. Thanks, Grateful Dead, for pulling me out of my earthquake funk!! The song was written by Lou Reed, the band's leader, who continued to incorporate the piece into live performances as a solo artist. Truckin', up to buffalo. The ‘73 version from Loaded is what everyone is familiar with but given VU and the Dead both played at the Fillmore and Matrix frequently, maybe it’s possible they were familiar with the Velvets live stuff from ‘69? In May 1972, a live version recorded in August 1970 appeared on the Velvet Underground's Live at Max's Kansas City; this had an additional bridge that was missing from the Loaded release. What in the world ever became of sweet Jane? The lyric is not in Robert Hunter's book Dead.Net. The Shakedown rocked - solid. Been thinkin, you got to mellow slow Takes time, you pick a place to go, and just keep truckin on. By the way Dead.net should collaborate with NRPS and release a boxset of 9/17/70 through 9/20/70. October 16, 2020. read more. “Truckin” by Jerry Garcia, Phil Lesh, Bob Weir and Robert Hunter appears on the Grateful Dead album, American Beauty (1970). There used to be a Annotated Site for the Grateful Dead's lyrics that was based on research and insight to the band and Lyricist Robert Hunter - maybe it still exists - I would go there for further insite. I'm not sure if it was Hunter or not, but someone in the Dead's touring circle said Sweet Jane was inspired, at least in part, by Janis Joplin, and they said "cocaine" instead of "heroin," (her drug of choice) because it fit better. "Sweet Jane" is a song by American rock band the Velvet Underground; it appears on their fourth studio album Loaded. Too bad Hunter isnt around to explain. (Keep the faith baby! Queen Jane Approximately Dylan & The Dead (Dylan) Last Updated 08/15/96 G F#m Em D When your mother sends back all your invitations G F#m Em A And your father to your sister he explains D G D Bm That you're tired of yourself and all of your creations D Dsus4 D Dsus4 Won't you come see me Queen Jane? The band hailed from San Francisco and were part of a vibrant music scene that included Janis Joplin, The Jefferson Airplane, Santana, Moby Grape, and countless others!

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