One Kind Favor

Song composer(s)


Grateful Dead Recordings

Not recorded by the Dead

Dead Related Recordings

Live At The Keystone - Keystone Encores : Saunders/Garcia/Kahn/Vitt (1973)

Other Recordings

Bela Lam & His Greene County Singers (1927)
Blind Lemon Jefferson (1928)
Anthology of American Folk Music, Vol. 3, Songs : Various Artists (Blind Lemon Jefferson) (1952, reissue 1997)
Lightnin' Hopkins : Lightnin' Hopkins (1959)
Tom Dutson (1959)
Rural Blues, The - A Study of the Vocal and Instrumental Resources : Various Artists (Lightnin' Hopkins) (1960)
Dave Van Ronk Sings : Dave Van Ronk (1961)
Bob Dylan : Bob Dylan (1962)
Folk Box : Blind Lemon Jefferson (1964)
How Can I Keep From Singing : Liz Getz (1966)
Lightnin' : Lightnin' Hopkins (1967)
Country Blues Guitar : Stefan Grossman (1977)
Country Blues Guitar : Jo Ann Kelly (1977)
King Of The Country Blues : Blind Lemon Jefferson (1985)
Earthquake Blues : Robert Lowery (1989)
Complete Recorded Works, Vol. 3 : Blind Lemon Jefferson (1991)
The Folkway Years 1959-1961 : Dave Van Ronk (1991)
John Hammond Live : John Hammond (1992)
Singer : Diamanda Galas (1992)
Old Pal : Cliff Perry & Laurel Bliss (1994)
Essential : Bill Monroe / Monroe Brothers (1997)
Step By Step - Lesley Riddle Meets The Carter Family - Blues Country & Sacred Songs : Lesley Riddle (19??)
The Legendary Carter Family : Carter Family (19??)


Lead vocals - Garcia.

Most commonly used name for this song is See That My Grave Is Kept Clean. Also sometimes known as Two White Horses In A Line and occasionally as Dig My Grave With A Silver Spade.

The One Kind Favor title is used here due to the use of that title on a Garcia LP.

Recordings that use the title See That My Grave Is Kept Clean often give writing credit to Blind Lemon Jefferson but it was an existing "folk spiritual" that Jefferson learnt as Two White Horses In A Line.

One of the Dylan/Band (Hawks) Basement Tapes songs.