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7 Responses to “Rick Danko, Jerry Garcia, Janis Joplin”

  1. kcwinfrey Says:

    Give me a break … “Is not No More Cane” is a habitual prison song from the American South. They “knew” all this song, they were all musicologists. Just since Danko called the key does not mean he played in, he educated them the song.

  2. unionguy36 Says:

    No inquiry that he teaches them the song. At: 04 seconds, he even told Jerry to play the chord, “G.”

  3. unionguy36 Says:

    The fact that stoned, as he is, he knows the text and even chief the rest of them with the melody and chorus of non-verbal. Even at the admittance to see how Jerry and Bob Weir watch him learn the chords to play.

  4. susaninmaine Says:

    What about this video suggests Rick Danko was “instruction the song” by Janis Joplin

  5. wc4dblues Says:

    Do you reckon they were celebrating a modest?

  6. unionguy36 Says:

    The song is a classic Texas blues aristocratic “No More Cane on the Brazos” and refers to the brutal prison farms along the Brazos River, where inmates augmented sugarcane under circumstances of slavery. It’s a modest ironic that Danko, a Canadian (and observably greatly of his gourd) teaches the song Janis Joplin, a Texan and a blues singer.

  7. myahalex Says:

    Everlastingly in like with Rick Danko, but damn was, even Janis him lookin like … You can just wreked! A nice modest piece of music description even if …. or maybe just description.

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