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7 thoughts on “ New, New Minglewood Blues - The Grateful Dead - The Grateful Dead

  1. The Grateful Dead performed and recorded two versions of this song. The first, released on their debut LP as New, New Minglewood Blues, was performed through to the end of the 's. The second, released on Shakedown Street as All New Minglewood Blues, was performed between and
  2. Grateful Dead All New Minglewood Blues Lyrics - I was born in the desert Raised in a lion's den I was born in the desert Raised in a lion's den Oh, my number one occupation is stealing women from their.
  3. New Minglewood Blues Lyrics: I was born in a desert, raised in a lion's den / I was born in a desert, raised in a lion's den / Well, my number one occupation / Is stealing women from their men / I.
  4. 08 New New Minglewood Blues (Full length Version) 09 Viola Lee Blues (LP Version) 10 Alice D. Millionaire (LP Version) (Previously Unreleased) 11 Overseas Stomy (The Lindy Hop) (LP Version) (Previously Unreleased) 04 Cold Rain And Snow - By The Grateful Dead 12 Tastebud (LP Version) (Previously Unreleased) 13 Death Don't Have No Mercy (LP Version).
  5. I was born in a desert, Raised in a loin's den And my number one occupation is stealing women from their men If your down in Memphis, you best stop down Minglewood When I take a walk down there, all the women sure look good If you can't believe me, it'll make it hard to believe in you 'Cause we all need each other, well you know it's true5/5(1).
  6. Another one of the funky, powerful, and oddly accessible short songs from the debut Grateful Dead album, "New, New Minglewood Blues" combined the bluesy, psychedelic edge of the Butterfield Blues Band with the Dead's own jug band camaraderie. Lyrically, the song is fantasy-driven, with a strong slant toward the hippie lifestyle.
  7. Grateful Dead - All New Minglewood Blues Lyrics. I was born in the desert, raised in a lion's den I was born in the desert, raised in a lion's den Oh, my number one occupation is stealing w.

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