What year did Shakedown Street come out?

What year did Shakedown Street come out?

November 15, 1978
Shakedown Street/Release date

What genre is Shakedown Street?

Pop
Rock
Shakedown Street/Genres

Did Lowell George produce Shakedown Street?

Shakedown Street is the tenth studio album by rock band the Grateful Dead, released November 15, 1978, on Arista Records. It was the final album for Keith and Donna Jean Godchaux, who left the band a few months after its release. The record was produced by Lowell George (of Little Feat) and John Kahn.

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Who sings lead vocals on Shakedown Street?

Grateful Dead
Shakedown Street/Artists

Who has covered Shakedown Street?

Versions

Title Performer Release date
Shakedown Street Grateful Dead November 15, 1978
Shakedown Street Slipknot! [US2] 1991
Shakedown Street Juggling Suns 1996
Shakedown Street Marcia Griffiths May 27, 1997

Who wrote the song Shakedown Street?

Robert Hunter
Shakedown Street/Lyricists

Why is it called Shakedown Street?

Shakedown Street is the area of a jam band parking lot where the vending takes place. It is named after the Grateful Dead song of the same name, and began in the early 1980s in the parking lots at Grateful Dead concerts.

What is a Doodah man?

Sometimes it was a group of backup singers who would sing “Doo-Dah” behind the announcer when he sang “Camptown Races”. by the 60’s the nickname applied to any announcer or emcee who was promoting gambling activity at a horse race, someone the Dead and many other bands would have run across in the early days.

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What is Shakedown Street at a Dead concert?

How many times did the Grateful Dead play Shakedown Street?

In between, it was played on a regular basis, for a total of 163 performances of the song.

Why does Dallas have a soft machine?

Dallas was known for trying to project an image that was very efficient and businesslike [machine] but also deliberate about showing itself as relatively classy and gracious [soft], at least in contrast to other cities of the region. Hence a soft machine.

Who wrote truckin?

Truckin’/Lyricists

When was Shakedown Street by the Grateful Dead released?

Jump to navigation Jump to search. Shakedown Street is the tenth studio album by rock band the Grateful Dead, released November 15, 1978 on Arista Records.

When was Shakedown Street first performed live?

Shakedown Street (song) It was released as the title track on the album Shakedown Street in November 1978. The song was first performed live on August 31, 1978 at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre, in Morrison, Colorado. The song “From the Heart of Me” was also played for the first time during the performance.

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Why do they call it Shakedown Street?

They called it shakedown street because the studio was located in a kind of seedy neighborhood. The studio was directly across from run down motel. I like this song because its a mellow song.

Who wrote Shakedown Street by Jerry Garcia?

Shakedown Street (song) It was written by lyricist Robert Hunter and composed by guitarist Jerry Garcia. It was released as the title track on the album Shakedown Street in November 1978. The song was first performed live on August 31, 1978 at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre, in Morrison, Colorado.