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Grateful Dead Conspiracy » Live Grateful Dead Songs » I Know You Rider » Grateful Dead - I Know You Rider (1990-12-28) Oakland Clip

Grateful Dead - I Know You Rider (1990-12-28) Oakland Clip

Grateful Dead - I Know You Rider

Grateful Dead "I Know You Rider" Live @ Oakland Coliseum Arena Oakland, CA December 28th, 1990 Watch the whole show here: www.youtube.com



22 Responses to “Grateful Dead - I Know You Rider (1990-12-28) Oakland Clip”

  1. hoot6theyre says:

    the vid gets to 6:39 and keeps on playing...leave it to them!!!1

  2. gingipoo59 says:

    There Great, I was'nt ever in to drugs so much and I still liked them.

  3. 1amBetrayaL0 says:

    you can earn your wings but u cant be true GDF unless u were on tour when jerry was alive.

  4. sirlovemehard says:

    @gorgeoushammer Yes, he was...

  5. latta4 says:

    Tight and in the pocket. Awesome!

  6. spacedancer says:

    I know you rider, gonna miss me when I'm gone
    I know you rider, gonna miss me when I'm gone
    Gonna miss your baby, from rolling in your arms

    Lay down last night, Lord, I could not take my rest
    My mind was wandering like the wild geese in the West

    The sun will shine in my back door some day
    March winds will blow all my troubles away

    I wish I was a headlight on a north-bound train
    I wish I was a headlight on a north-bound train
    I'd shine my light through the cool Colorado rain

  7. Lue1968 says:

    @1amBetrayaL0 ....How condescending? I saw several shows but watch the post of Bob and Jerry on early Letterman..'82 about taping and set lists. I guess my 5yr old son cant be a "GDF" according to your standards? Shame on you!! Way off dude!!

  8. Lue1968 says:

    @marc7bonnie... Rough around the edges?? I guess Bieber would be considered tight!!!

  9. bakpakr75 says:

    love me some Bruce

  10. JamesSig says:

    Some of my friends in High School in the 60's became true Dead Heads and I wish I had followed them more! I did see them 4 times, including Watkins Glen in July '73 (along with 600,000 others - also booked were The Band & The Allman Bros Band) and 1980 in NY City. Now, I'm TOTALLY obsessed with them, and am in a group that plays a lot of Dead - this song being one of our VERY favorites! RIP Jerry - I saw and loved you and still love you and all the Dead - here or passed on to the next level!

  11. strangersf says:

    @1amBetrayal0 and Lue 1968

    At the risk of sounding a bit melodramatic I offer this. Having watched these boys since the Trips festival I can say confidently that one would NEVER have had to see them in person to be a Grateful Dead Fan. They were and are a unique musical force without peer....to this day. If you hear more than music and you see more than a band, you get it.

  12. irwinaw919 says:

    youtube . com / watch?v=LVq_tAwvHOQ

  13. MojoMurillo says:

    I was at this show as of most of the shows with bruce hornsby and vince welnick
    after the late great Brent! mojo

  14. thestoryplease says:

    In the words of the late eminent mythologist, Joseph Campbell after attending a GD concert: "This is more than music. It turns something on in here (the heart). And what it turns on is life energy....It doesn't matter what the name of the God is, or whether it is a rock group or a clergy. It's somehow hitting that chord of realization of the unity of God in you all, that's a terrific thing and it just blows the rest away."

  15. lilbrian39 says:

    @marc7bonnie
    thats awsome dude!

  16. marctrainor says:

    Ok, I just can't keep my mouth shut on this one. I want to ad something to the comment I made about them earlier. I said "they might be a little rough around the edges", etc. but I want to add, that when these guys are "on" I don't give a shit if some of the harmony's are a squeeky bit off, or the audio is not top flight---- WHEN THESE GUYS ARE HOT, THEY'RE HOT. Like that person said some years ago-- There's nothing like a Grateful Dead Concert. Sincerely, Marc Trainor.

  17. jclick1972 says:

    Even a "rough" Jerry is better than most that approach the mike these days. We all have our own special memories of GD and the people that the songs remind us of. If you don't like them, that is fine to have your opinion, but we don't want to hear negativety man.

  18. c99sativa says:

    whoever did the filming of this did a great job, thanks so much , this is way cool!

  19. cheffability says:

    don't over think it is of greatness

  20. stevo92373 says:

    Jerry Garcia was not a rock star He was a musician. He played guitar better than most "rock stars" but GD wasn't looking for commercial success, they were artists.

  21. rotolo says:

    garcias hair going outa wack when he slams the final chord is awsome!

  22. Brooklyn50s says:

    The Grateful Dead never did their songs the same way twice. They had their own unique sound, and that combination I think made them what they were, the ultimate professional "garage band" and that's what made them great.

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