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One More Saturday Night - Bob Weir - Ace (Reel-To-Reel, Album)

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  1. Oct 10,  · In more than one number it is pleasantly obvious that the backing group is, indeed, the Grateful Dead, but Bob's vocals make this album what it is, namely an absolute delight. Whether you like Bob Weir or the Dead, you're gonna love this album, because you get a solid dose of both/5(54).
  2. Apr 15,  · One More Saturday Night Ace (Weir) Last Updated 04/15/96 Intro During Verse Riff C7 I went down to the mountain, I was drinkin’ some wine Looked up into heaven Lord, I saw a mighty sign Writ’ in fire cross the heavens, Just as plain as black and white "Get prepared, there’s gonna be a party tonight!" F7 C7 Uh-huh, it’s Saturday night G7 Bb F7 Well, uh-huh, One more Saturday night C7.
  3. About One More Saturday Night "One More Saturday Night" is a song written by Bob Weir and performed by the Grateful Dead, of which he was a member. The song had been performed in concert by the Grateful Dead starting in , but it first appeared on record on Weir's debut solo album Ace in .
  4. I have seen where the wolf has slept by the silver stream I can tell by the mark he left, you were in his dream Ah child of countless trees Ah child of boundless seas What you are, what you're meant to be Speaks his name, though you were born to me Born to me, Cassidy Lost.
  5. Ace, an Album by Bob Weir. Released in on Grateful Dead (catalog no. GDCD ; CD). Genres: Folk Rock, Country Rock.
  6. One More Saturday Night by Bob Weir. Facts. Total Plays times by 45 Artists; From the release Ace (Album) First Played in Concert October 19, by Grateful Dead at Northrop Auditorium, Minneapolis, MN, USA; Most Recently Played March 7, by Bob Weir at Ryman Auditorium, Nashville, TN, USA;.
  7. Mar 24,  · The album was inspired by his time working as a ranch hand in Wyoming when he was fifteen years old. It is Weir's first solo studio album since Heaven Help the Fool, released in and first studio album in general since recording Evening Moods as the leader of RatDog in Blue Mountain reached #14 on the Billboard album chart.5/5(13).
  8. As a "bonus" for re-signing another three-album deal with Warner Brothers Records in the early '70s, members of the Grateful Dead were given the opportunity to cut solo albums. Jerry Garcia (), Mickey Hart (Rolling Thunder), and Bob Weir took advantage of the offer -- although it could easily be argued that Weir's disc was in reality the next Grateful Dead album simply featuring the rhythm 9/

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