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New Speedway Boogie - Various - Dead Delites Volume 4 (CD)

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  1. Dead Delites, Vol. 4 Various Artists Initial release: Relix A compilation album of songs written by or associated with the Grateful Dead taken from Relix albums.
  2. New Speedway Boogie This song is by Grateful Dead and appears on the album Workingman's Dead (). This song has been covered by Marc Cohn under the title " New Speedway Boogie ".
  3. New Speedway Boogie by Grateful Dead. Facts. Total Plays times by 88 Artists; From the release Workingman’s Dead (Album) First Played in Concert December 20, by Grateful Dead at Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA, USA; Various Artists: 2: American Babies: 1: Animal Liberation Orchestra: 1.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Dead Delites Volume 4 on Discogs.4/5(1).
  5. Dec 20,  · Listen to the Grateful Dead's soulful ode to the Altamont Speedway tragedy, "New Speedway Boogie", debuted on December 20th,
  6. One of the heavier songs on the Workingman's Dead album, "New Speedway Boogie" is directly about the disastrous December Altamont concert where the Grateful Dead were to perform before the Rolling Stones. The lyrics are slightly impressionistic, yet the point about the Stones (and particularly Mick Jagger) had obviously bit off more than.
  7. New Speedway Boogie Lyrics: Please don't dominate the rap, Jack / If you've got nothing new to say / If you please, don't back up the track / This train's got to run today / I spent a little time.
  8. Feb 14,  · New Speedway Boogie chords by Grateful Dead. 73, views, added to favorites 1, times. Tuning: E A D G B E. Author Unregistered. 3 contributors total, last edit on Feb 14, New Speedway Boogie – Grateful Dead. How to play "New Speedway Boogie" Print. Report bad tab. All artists.
  9. Apr 10,  · New Speedway Boogie Workingman's Dead (Garcia/Hunter) Last Updated 04/10/96 Intro. E Please don't dominate the rap Jack, E If you got nothin' new to say. E If you please, don't back up the tracks, E This train's got to run today. E7 I spent a little time on the mountain, E Spent a little time on the hill.

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