Jerry Garcia w/ The Allman Brothers “Mountain Jam” from Cow Palace 1973 (self-released 1973) —Live the combo of Dickey Betts with Jerry GarciaBuy it!
Jerry Garcia and Paul Pena “Venutian Lady” from New Train (Hybrid Recordings 1973) —Garcia on Pedal Steel and Merl Saunders on Keyboards.Buy it!
Brewer and Shipley “Oh, Mommy” from Tarkio Road (Kama Sutra 1970) —Jerry Garcia on Pedal Steel. A hippie plea!Buy it!
New Riders of the Purple Sage “All I Ever Wanted” from NRPS (Columbia 1971) —Yeah, Garcia on Pedal Steel. Of course the GD's original back up band!Buy it!
David Crosby with Jerry Garcia and etc.. “Cowboy Movie” from if I could only remember my name (Atlantic 1971) —Crosby - electric guitar, vocal; Jerry Garcia - electric guitar; Phil Lesh - bass; Mickey Hart - drums; Bill Kreutzmann - tambourineBuy it!
Graham Nash with Jerry Garcia “I Used To Be A King” from Songs for Beginners (Atlantic 1971) —Nash - guitar, vocals; David Crosby - electric guitar; Jerry Garcia - piano, pedal steel guitar; Phil Lesh - bass; Barbata - drumsBuy it!
David Crosby with Jerry Garcia “What Are Their Names” from If I Could Only Remember My Name (Atlantic 1971) —Crosby - electric guitar, vocal; Young - electric guitar, vocal; Garcia - electric guitar, vocal; Lesh - bass, vocal; Shrieve - drums; Nash, Mitchell, David Freiberg, Paul Kantner, Grace Slick - vocalsBuy it!
Crosby, Nash, Garcia “The Wall Song” from David Crosby Graham Nash (Atlantic 1972) —rosby - electric guitar, vocals; Nash - organ, piano, vocals; Garcia - electric guitar; Phil Lesh - bass; Bill Kreutzmann - drumsBuy it!
Grateful Dead With John Fogerty “Born On The Bayou” from Golden Gate 1991 (self-released 1991)Buy it!
Paul Kantner, Garcia, Slick, etc.. “Let's Go Together” from Blows Against the Empire (RCA 1970) —Garcia on Banjo, Kreutzman drums etc..Buy it!
Paul Kantner, Garcia, Slick, etc. “Starship” from Blows Against the Empire (RCA 1970) —Garcia guitar, Freiberg from Quicksilver Messenger Service,Buy it!
Jerry Garcia & Merle Saunders Band “After Midnight” from Fire Up (Fantasy 1973) —Garcia, and Tom Fogerty of CCRBuy it!
Traffic and Jerry Garcia “Dear Mr. Fantasy” from The Last Great Traffic Jam (Live) (Epic 1994) —From the 1994 Traffic Reunion tour. Written by Writer Jim Capaldi, Steve Winwood, Chris Wood. This was a great reunion, because Winwood didn't need to do it for the money. He was already a major pop star who returned to his underground roots and jammed!Buy it!
Jerry Garcia “Casey Jones artist demo” from Artist home demo (self-released 1969) —Unknown recording of Garcia acousticBuy it!
Jerry Garcia Band “Edward the mind shirt grinder” from Let it Rock 1975 (Warner Brothers 1975) —Features Nicky Hopkins from QMSBuy it!
Jerry Garcia Nick Gravenites “Born in Chicago and Chicago is your Home” from Live 1990 (self-released 1990) —Garcia with Former Butterfield Blues vocalist Nick GravenitesBuy it!
Jerry Garcia and Nick Gravenites “Friend of the Devil” from Let it rock 1975 (Warner Brothers 1975)Buy it!
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