Grateful Dead Debuts “Candyman” At College Of Cincinnati, On This Working day In 1970 [Listen]

51 a long time in the past tonight at the University of Cincinnati Fieldhouse, the

51 a long time in the past tonight at the University of Cincinnati Fieldhouse, the Grateful Dead played “Candyman” for the to start with time all through a show that also integrated Ken Kesey & the Merry Pranksters and The Lemon Pipers on the bill.

The Dead’s effectiveness that night also listened to the band play a amount of music that would go on to surface on Workingman’s Lifeless and American Elegance when the two albums arrived later that calendar year, such as “Casey Jones”, “Friend of the Devil”, “Black Peter”, and “Uncle John’s Band”.

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The band’s reside debut of “Candyman” was executed on acoustic guitars by both of those Jerry Garcia and Bob Weir, and was performed at a quicker tempo than what would be laid to tape for the official studio model on American Beauty. Being a stripped-down, acoustic functionality, the debut of “Candyman” also notably lacked the song’s trademark solo from Garcia on the pedal metal.

Relive the dwell debut of “Candyman” together with the band’s full functionality from the College of Cincinnati Fieldhouse beneath.

Grateful Useless – College of Cincinnati Fieldhouse – 4/3/70

[Audio: Jonathan Aizen]

Scroll down to discover extra about the tale behind “Candyman” as instructed by Prosperous Mahan and Jesse Jarnow during an episode of the Fantastic Ol’ Grateful Deadcast podcast series which introduced in 2020.

Good Ol’ Grateful Deadcast – American Natural beauty Ep. 5 “Candyman”