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03-11-92b

03-11-92b

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Discs?

I thought we were going to see how the discs were layed out?

Just curious...

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Me & Bobby McGee

Did Janis actually record this tune before its author Kris Kristofferson?

Or did Janis do the song before the Grateful Dead and therefore it's looked upon as a Janis-cover?

Micke Östlund,
Växjö, Sweden

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E72 Original LP Icons

I'd like to repeat the suggestion that there be small Ice Cream Kid or Rainbow Foot icons next to those versions that were included on the original E72 LPs on these set / CD lists! Or at least an asterisk or some kind of marking for these versions.

Cheers, Laser

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disc layout

From the Facebook app...

CD 1 of 4
Bertha
Me and My Uncle
Mr. Charlie
Sugaree
Black Throated Wind
Chinatown Shuffle
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider
Beat it on Down the Line
He's Gone
Next Time You See Me
Playing in the Band

CD 2 of 4
Tennessee Jed
Good Lovin'
Sing Me Back Home
Casey Jones
Greatest Story Ever Told
Ramble On Rose
Hurts Me Too

CD 3 of 4
Truckin'
The Other One
drums
The Other One
Me and Bobby McGee
The Other One
Wharf Rat

CD 4 of 4
Jack Straw
Sugar Magnolia
Not Fade Away
Goin' Down the Road Feeling Bad
Not Fade Away
One More Saturday Night

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"Janis" cover

Micke,

Per an interview with Kenny Gradney in Festival Express (or its bonus), he and Bobby heard Janis play it ~ solo for them! ~ on that jaunt and neither of them had ever heard the song.

So maybe that's where the "Janis cover" comes from ~ though maybe it was this private performance they were covering, rather than her record? I think her record still came out (just?) prior to the Dead's performing it.

Janis was really on top of it, considering Kristofferson's version didn't come out till '70.... Though ~ per Wikipedia ~ Roger Miller had covered it in '69 and Janis had been snuggling with Kris himself. So maybe she was covering a privately dedicated rendition, as well.

Funny that they're suddenly crediting these tunes above.....though I didn't see "Hank Williams cover" attached to You Win Again.

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Antonjo

I can't see You Win Again in the setlist ... but I know what you mean ... I can't see "Merl Haggards cover" attached to Sing Me Back Home or "Young Rascals cover" attached to Good Lovin' nor can I see "Elmore James cover" attached to It Hurts Me Too.

There are of course other covers as well, like Me & My Uncle, I Know You Rider, Beat It On Down The Line, Next Time You See Me and Goin' Down The Road (Feelin' Bad).

Micke Östlund,
Växjö, Sweden

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