Band Grateful Dead
Venue Studio Sessions
Location Los Angeles, CA
Date 1/1?/67 - Sunday posters tickets, passes & laminates
One Down So Long ; New Minglewood Blues ; Cream Puff War ; Sittin' On Top Of The World ; I Know You Rider ; Cold Rain And Snow ; I'm A King Bee
Comments RCA Studio A. David Sorochty/Alex Allen/Teddy GoodBear: Some incorrectly call the 1st song here "Lucky Man". "Lucky Man" is just an instrumental version of "Down So Long". Edward A. Davis: Hey all! this comes from the "excellent" (IMHO) book by Oliver trager entitled "The American Book of the Dead: the Definitive Grateful Dead Encyclopedia" and is published here completely without permission. Any spelling errors or typos are mine - the Grateful Dead used this pseudonym as a group credit for songs the unit composed together. Those with eagle eyes will notice that "The Golden Road (to Unlimited Devotion)" and "Cream Puff War" on their debut album and "Feedback" from "Live/Dead" receive the McGannahan Skjellyfetti authorship. Kenneth Patchen's novel "Memoirs of a Shy Pornographer" is the source of the monicker. Ihor W. Slabicky: "McGannahan Skjellyfetti" was the pseudonym used by the band as the author's name for the group compositions ("The Golden Road" and "Cream Puff War"). "McGannahan Skjellyfetti" was a character, the protagonist's 'literary agent', in Kenneth Patchen's "Memoirs of a Shy Pornographer", published in 1945. Steve Phillips: the name comes from Kenneth Patchen's novel "Memoirs of a Sky Pornographer", in which "Skujellifeddy McGranehan" was the protagonist's literary agent: "May I call you Skujellifeddy? Mr. McGranehan's sort of awkward." For the answer to this, and many other burning Dead questions, see "Skeleton Key - a Dictionary for Deadheads" by David Shenk and Steve Silberman (c)1994. This book is a must-have for any Deadhead's bookshelf!
Recordings (?) SB, (recorded over A period of 4 nights). From A unknown generation source.
Download Sources
Contributors Jeff Tiedrich , David Sorochty , Teddy GoodBear , Michael Wanger , Alex Allan, David Scott Allan, Steve Silberman "Skeleton Key - A Dictionary for Deadheads" by David Shenk
Caretaker Teddy Goodbear email update


1/1?/67 - Sunday
Band Grateful Dead
Venue Studio Sessions
Location Los Angeles, CA
Date 1/1?/67 - Sunday posters tickets, passes & laminates
Comments RCA Studio A. Teddy GoodBear: the making of their 1st album. As per Michael Wanger/Vance Frost "Historical Perspective", it took the Dead only 4 nights to make the album. To see the 45 singles: < http://www.pompano.net/~goodbear/concert_art/goldrd.jpg > < http://www.pompano.net/~goodbear/concert_art/creampuff.jpg > Edward A. Davis: Hey all! this comes from the "excellent" (IMHO) book by Oliver trager entitled "The American Book of the Dead: the Definitive Grateful Dead Encyclopedia" and is published here completely without permission. Any spelling errors or typos are mine - the Grateful Dead used this pseudonym as a group credit for songs the unit composed together. Those with eagle eyes will notice that "The Golden Road (to Unlimited Devotion)" and "Cream Puff War" on their debut album and "Feedback" from "Live/Dead" receive the McGannahan Skjellyfetti authorship. Kenneth Patchen's novel "Memoirs of a Shy Pornographer" is the source of the monicker. Ihor W. Slabicky: "McGannahan Skjellyfetti" was the pseudonym used by the band as the author's name for the group compositions ("The Golden Road" and "Cream Puff War"). "McGannahan Skjellyfetti" was a character, the protagonist's 'literary agent', in Kenneth Patchen's "Memoirs of a Shy Pornographer", published in 1945. Steve Phillips: the name comes from Kenneth Patchen's novel "Memoirs of a Sky Pornographer", in which "Skujellifeddy McGranehan" was the protagonist's literary agent: "May I call you Skujellifeddy? Mr. McGranehan's sort of awkward." For the answer to this, and many other burning Dead questions, see "Skeleton Key - a Dictionary for Deadheads" by David Shenk and Steve Silberman (c)1994. This book is a must-have for any Deadhead's bookshelf!
Recordings See 3/17a/67 LP release.
Download Sources
Contributors David Sorochty , Teddy GoodBear , Michael Wanger , Steve Silberman "Skeleton Key - A Dictionary for Deadheads" by David Shenk And Steve Silberman (c) 1994, "The Complete Grateful Dead Discogr
Caretaker Teddy Goodbear email update


1/1?/67 - Sunday
Band Grateful Dead
Venue Studio Sessions
Location Los Angeles, CA
Date 1/1?/67 - Sunday posters tickets, passes & laminates
Comments RCA Studio A. Teddy GoodBear: the making of their 1st album. As per Michael Wanger/Vance Frost "Historical Perspective", it took the Dead only 4 nights to make the album. To see the 45 singles: < http://www.pompano.net/~goodbear/concert_art/goldrd.jpg > < http://www.pompano.net/~goodbear/concert_art/creampuff.jpg > Edward A. Davis: Hey all! this comes from the "excellent" (IMHO) book by Oliver trager entitled "The American Book of the Dead: the Definitive Grateful Dead Encyclopedia" and is published here completely without permission. Any spelling errors or typos are mine - the Grateful Dead used this pseudonym as a group credit for songs the unit composed together. Those with eagle eyes will notice that "The Golden Road (to Unlimited Devotion)" and "Cream Puff War" on their debut album and "Feedback" from "Live/Dead" receive the McGannahan Skjellyfetti authorship. Kenneth Patchen's novel "Memoirs of a Shy Pornographer" is the source of the monicker. Ihor W. Slabicky: "McGannahan Skjellyfetti" was the pseudonym used by the band as the author's name for the group compositions ("The Golden Road" and "Cream Puff War"). "McGannahan Skjellyfetti" was a character, the protagonist's 'literary agent', in Kenneth Patchen's "Memoirs of a Shy Pornographer", published in 1945. Steve Phillips: the name comes from Kenneth Patchen's novel "Memoirs of a Sky Pornographer", in which "Skujellifeddy McGranehan" was the protagonist's literary agent: "May I call you Skujellifeddy? Mr. McGranehan's sort of awkward." For the answer to this, and many other burning Dead questions, see "Skeleton Key - a Dictionary for Deadheads" by David Shenk and Steve Silberman (c)1994. This book is a must-have for any Deadhead's bookshelf!
Recordings See 3/17a/67 LP release.
Download Sources
Contributors David Sorochty , Teddy GoodBear , Michael Wanger , Steve Silberman "Skeleton Key - A Dictionary for Deadheads" by David Shenk And Steve Silberman (c) 1994, "The Complete Grateful Dead Discogr
Caretaker Teddy Goodbear email update


1/1?/67 - Sunday
Band Grateful Dead
Venue Studio Sessions
Location Los Angeles, CA
Date 1/1?/67 - Sunday posters tickets, passes & laminates
Comments RCA Studio A. Teddy GoodBear: the making of their 1st album. As per Michael Wanger/Vance Frost "Historical Perspective", it took the Dead only 4 nights to make the album. To see the 45 singles: < http://www.pompano.net/~goodbear/concert_art/goldrd.jpg > < http://www.pompano.net/~goodbear/concert_art/creampuff.jpg > Edward A. Davis: Hey all! this comes from the "excellent" (IMHO) book by Oliver trager entitled "The American Book of the Dead: the Definitive Grateful Dead Encyclopedia" and is published here completely without permission. Any spelling errors or typos are mine - the Grateful Dead used this pseudonym as a group credit for songs the unit composed together. Those with eagle eyes will notice that "The Golden Road (to Unlimited Devotion)" and "Cream Puff War" on their debut album and "Feedback" from "Live/Dead" receive the McGannahan Skjellyfetti authorship. Kenneth Patchen's novel "Memoirs of a Shy Pornographer" is the source of the monicker. Ihor W. Slabicky: "McGannahan Skjellyfetti" was the pseudonym used by the band as the author's name for the group compositions ("The Golden Road" and "Cream Puff War"). "McGannahan Skjellyfetti" was a character, the protagonist's 'literary agent', in Kenneth Patchen's "Memoirs of a Shy Pornographer", published in 1945. Steve Phillips: the name comes from Kenneth Patchen's novel "Memoirs of a Sky Pornographer", in which "Skujellifeddy McGranehan" was the protagonist's literary agent: "May I call you Skujellifeddy? Mr. McGranehan's sort of awkward." For the answer to this, and many other burning Dead questions, see "Skeleton Key - a Dictionary for Deadheads" by David Shenk and Steve Silberman (c)1994. This book is a must-have for any Deadhead's bookshelf!
Recordings See 3/17a/67 LP release.
Download Sources
Contributors David Sorochty , Teddy GoodBear , Michael Wanger , Steve Silberman "Skeleton Key - A Dictionary for Deadheads" by David Shenk And Steve Silberman (c) 1994, "The Complete Grateful Dead Discogr
Caretaker Teddy Goodbear email update