first_imgWith as deep and plentiful of a catalog as any band in history, the Grateful Dead wrote and performed more than 150 original songs during their thirty year reign as the greatest touring band on earth. From their well-known classics like “Friend Of The Devil,” “Sugar Magnolia,” and “Truckin’” to the rarely ever played tunes like “Rosemary” “Born Cross-Eyed” and “Maybe You Know,” the Dead canon is a treasure trove of sonic bliss for any listener willing to take it on.Phil Lesh & Friends Cover Beatles, Dylan & More In Vegas Opener [Gallery/Setlist]Thanks to one user on Archive.org, Osty Gale, you can listen to every debut version of each of the Dead’s 150+ original tunes. Beginning with “Caution (Do Not Stop On The Tracks)” recorded from the Dead’s January 1, 1966 at the Fillmore Auditorium all the way up until the premier of the Phil Lesh written “Unbroken Chain” performed at The Spectrum in Philadelphia on March 19, 1995, this compilation has it all. Take a listen below:Tracklisting1/8/66 – Caution (Do Not Stop On The Tracks)2/23/66 – Standing On The Corner3/12/66 – You See A Broken Heart5/19/66 – Cream puff War, Taste Bud, You Don’t Have to Ask7/3/66 – Cardboard Cowboy, Keep Rolling By10/6/66 – Alice D Millionaire3/18/67 – Golden Road6/18/67 – Alligator8/4/67 – New Potato Caboose10/22/67 – The Other One1/17/68 – Dark Star, China Cat, Eleven, Born X-Eyed,Spanish Jam1/20/68 – ClementineMay/June XX/68 – St. Stephen (shorter version – May) (Longer – June)01/17/69 – Cosmic Charlie12/7/68 – Rosemary12/20/68 – Mountains of the Moon1/24/69 – Duprees Diamond Blues, Doing That Rag6/7/69 – Dire Wolf6/21/69 – High Time6/22/69 – Casey Jones8/21/69 – Easy Wind11/1/69 – Uncle John’s Band (instrumental)11/8/69 – Cumberland Blues12/4/69 – Black Peter, Uncle John’s Band (with Lyrics)12/19/69 – Mason’s Children12/20/69 – New Speedway Boogie3/20/70 – Friend Of The Devil4/3/70 – Candyman5/14/70 – Attics Of My Life6/7/70 – Sugar Magnolia7/30/70 – To Lay Me Down8/18/70 – Truckin, Ripple, Brokedown, Operator9/17/70 – Box Of Rain9/18/70 – Til The Morning Comes2/18/71 – Bertha, Loser, Greatest Story, Wharf Rat, Playing2/19/71 – Bird Song, Deal7/31/71 – Sugaree, Mr. Charlie8/24/71 – Brown eyed Woman, Empty Pages10/19/71 – Tennessee Jed, Jack Straw, Mexicali Blues, Comes a Time, OMSN, Ramble On Rose12/31/71 – Chinatown Shuffle3/5/72 – Black Throated Wind3/21/72 – Looks Like Rain, Two Souls4/17/72 – He’s Gone6/17/72 – Stella Blue7/16/72 – Mississippi Half Step2/9/73 – Row Jimmy, Loose Lucy, Here Comes Sunshine, TLEO, Eyes,China Doll, Wave That Flag9/7/73 – Let It Grow9/8/73 – Weather Report Suite, Let Me Sing Your Blues Away2/22/74 – Ship Of Fools; Must Have Been The Roses; US Blues3/23/74 – Scarlet Begonias; Cassidy5/17/74 – Money Money6/23/74 – Seastones3/23/75 – Blues For Allah> Stronger Than Dirt6/17/75 – Help>Slip>Frank ; Crazy Fingers8/13/75 – Sage & Spirit; Music Never Stopped6/3/76 – The Wheel;Might As Well; Lazy Lightning/Supplication6/4/76 – Mission In the Rain6/28/76 – Happiness Is Drumming2/26/77 – Terrapin Station, Estimated3/18/77 – Fire On The Mountain5/1/77 – Sunrise5/15/77 – Passenger8/30/78 – If I Had The World To Give; Stagger Lee; I Need A Miracle8/31/78 – Shakedown Street; From The Heart Of Me8/4/79 – Althea, Lost Sailor8/14/79 Easy To Love You8/31/79 – Saint Of Circumstance11/4/79 – Alabama Getaway3/30/80 – Far From Me3/31/80 – Feel Like A Stranger8-28-81: Never Trust A Woman8-28-82: Day Job & West L.A. Fadeaway9-15-82: Touch of Grey9-17-82: Throwing Stones4-13-83: Maybe You Know3-25-83: My Brother Esau5-13-83: Hell in a Bucket3/28/84 – Don’t Need Love4/23/84 – Only a Fool3/27/86 – Revolutionary Hamstrung Blues12/15/86 – When Push Comes To Shove; Black Muddy River6/17/88 – Victim Or The Crime6/19/88 – Foolish Heart6/20/88 – Blow Away6/22/88 – I Will Take You Home6/23/88 – Believe it Or Not6/26.88 – Gentleman Start Your Engines10/20/88 – Built To Last2/5/89 – Standing On The Moon; We Can Run2/7/89 – Just A Little Light4/28/89 – Picasso Moon3/17/91 – Rubin & Cherise2/22/92 – So Many Roads; Wave To The Wind2/24/92 – Corrina; Long Way To Go Home2/21/93 – Lazy River Road; Eternity; Liberty2/22/93 – Days Between6/5/93 – Easy Answers6/8/94 – Samba In The Rain6/9/94 – If The Shoe Fits7/20/94 – Childhood’s End3/19/95 – Unbroken Chainlast_img read more


first_imgby: Maggie PerkinsMy parents are a couple that anyone can look up to financially — not because they drive fancy cars or have a home in Boca (spoiler: they don’t) but because they are resourceful and forward-looking with the money they earn. I’ve always known that financial responsibility is important to my parents, especially my mom. I wasn’t allowed to even borrow the car keys until I had passed the personal finance class offered at my high school. I thought it was a waste of an elective, better spent on an additional dance class, but I learned some essential truths and opened my own Roth IRA at the ripe age of 18.The following are nine simple tips I learned from my parents, either through the back seat of the car or by being lectured, which I often returned with deeply rolled eyes. Some are specific, others broad — but all valuable.1. It is NOT economical to buy dinner out, even at the dollar menu. To feed a family of four on the way home from soccer practice, it would cost at least $12 to feed everyone even from the dollar menu at a fast-food joint. At a grocery store you can get a rotisserie chicken ($6), green beans and carrots ($2) and potatoes for baking ($2) to bring you in at $10, plus some tax — still the same price, but more food, and better food for you.2. A $50 Costco membership can pay for itself, especially if you need to replace your tires or update your vision prescription and order eyeglasses. continue reading » 11SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more