Grateful Dead – The Eleven Lyrics. Unable to process your request at this time. But it never feels mystical, or numerological, to me. Anthem of the Sun Everyone knows "The Twelve Days of Christmas." Grateful Dead – The Eleven. Hunter's counting starts at 8, not 11, but it could be thought of like this: where the sums of the columns each equal 11. The word simply doesn't turn up any search results on Alex Allan's site because it is -too- commonly used. One of the best known is "A Gaping Wide-Mouthed Waddling Frog" (a cumulative verse, ending up with the following): The counting portion of "The Eleven" was originally included by Hunter as part of "China Cat Sunflower". 3. 2. Know of a good version of The Eleven that's not listed here? In this Eleven, the band goes into a jam after the initial countdown lyrics are completed, but unlike any other Eleven I've ever heard, Weir comes back and sings the first verse, and then repeats, "This is the season of what now, this is the season of what now, what now, what now..." It's a great version, and comes out of a hypnotic What's Become of the Baby. I always heard the line "the child has relinquished the reins," which to me was an invitation to all of us to let go of whatever illusion of control we were holding on to, and just enjoy the ride; or swirl, as the case may be. The Eleven This song is by Grateful Dead and appears… on the live album Live/Dead (1969) on the live album Dick's Picks, Volume 16 (2000) on the live album Dick's Picks, Volume 22 (2001) on the live album Dick's Picks, Volume 26 (2002) on the live album Road Trips, Vol. Deal Estimated Prophet "One heat up and one cool down...." (riding in the whalebelly Fade Away in the moonlight) A D E D (sink beneath the waters to … Help On The Way> Slipknot! Please try again later. Candyman Garcia 72 songs covered so far David. Last of four featuring the complete unreleased soundboard recording of 6/12/80 in Portland. With arms of ivy … Don't remember the name, but there is also a King Crimson song in 17/16. 1. 3. Grateful Dead (SkullFuck) Collection, Dead & 4. 3. To me it is more a part of The Eleven. Is Bobby out to kill Hunter with his embellishments or what? 4 songs Crazy Fingers Easy Wind Unreleased "That's It For the Other One". One More Saturday Night Underfoot the ground is patched With arms of ivy wrapped around the manzanita, Stark and shiny in the breeze. Hunter’s poem seems, if not straightforward, at least semi-coherent. Vocal parts and sections of the lyrics are layered, in a way that mirrors the layering of the instruments. Of course, many people feel different ways about this, and the official releases all differ as well, with some "St. Stephen" listings clearly infringing on the Eleven's territory. The Music Never Stopped 4. From there, the next beat is one, etc. The 11 is one of my faves! 1. Twelve for the twelve Apostles Eleven for the eleven who went to heaven, Ten for the ten commandments, Nine for the nine bright shiners, Eight for the April Rainers, Seven for the seven stars in the sky, Six for the six proud walkers, Five for the symbols at your door, Four for the Gospel makers, Three, three, the rivals, Two, two, the lily-white boys, Clothèd all in green, Ho Ho One is one and all … Ramble On Rose Loose Lucy Oh, and how could Jerry forget the words to, say, Casey Jones, but yet nail Tangled Up in Blue? 1. One is one and all alone Three girls waiting in a foreign dominion Wharf Rat In The Dark 4. Stella Blue High green chilly winds and windy vines In loops around the twisted shafts of lavender, Theyre crawling to the sun. The St Stephen --> Eleven transition: 'swirl' is very apt. 3. How about that goof ball movie "10" with Bo Derek. Well here it is. KingFish Terrapin Station Five men writing with fingers of gold Games, Furniture & the ships home from the sea' = 11. Later on I got to know about meters and could break it down to understand what they were doing. 3. Garcia 3. But to me, that ease of playing in odd meters indicates a much deeper level of practice than the band is often credited with. High green chilly winds and windy vines In loops around the twisted shafts of lavender, Theyre crawling to the sun. When it comes out of something else like The Other One, Caution, Alligator, China Cat, etc., the pre-time-signature bit is even more clearly a part of the Eleven, if only because it's so different from what came before it. The words come at us almost as musical notes—more abstract than anything, and while we get a sense that there is some kind of profundity (“thought jewels polished and gleaming”) and counting going on, there is also the sheer profundity of the weight of the music itself, and the counting game in which we may or may not be engaged, musically, trying to figure out what the hell time signature this thing is in….oh: it’s in the title. I was in the second row, right in front of Bobby. I recall a fairly mediocre show the first night-- spotty singing and Jimmy Herring just noodling for the sake of noodling. 2 songs Stuck inside of Mobile... is another wonder! Blues For Allah The band is known for its eclectic style, which fused elements of rock, folk, country, jazz, bluegrass, blues, gospel, and psychedelic rock; for live performances of lengthy instrumental jams; … 1. Underfoot the ground is 4. They Love Each Other Difficulty: intermediate. These songs seemed to present no difficulty for the band, as musicians, nor for us as dancers and listeners. Said three to get ready and four to fly" Or, as Hunter alludes "Now is the time of returning". When Push Comes To Shove 2. Eternity 3. For instance, there is an entry in the conversation about the song on the WELL’s ”deadsongs” conference in which the author proposed that there is numerical unity between the meter and the lyrics, which, at one point, I mentioned started with eight, not with eleven. Scarlet Begonias Eyes Of The World Mission In The Rain Victim Or The Crime Six proud walkers on the jingle-bell rainbow 1977, 50th I wait all summer for his reply {Weir & Lesh 2. 4 songs But I should relax that thought and try to hear it more as a flow of 11 beats as you suggest. 7" Singles I always thought of The Eleven the same way he describe the three sets of 3 with 2 for the 4th set to make the turn around. In We Can Run: "Then I heard the sound of one child crying" The swirl!”. 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The Stranger And of course, counting-rhymes are a major part of the heritage of nursery rhymes carried on by Hunter and Barlow both. 3. Big River It’s too bad, in a way, given the potential link, especially with the “moonlight” phrase, to link back to “St. $100, Over The only time I saw the Dead perform the Eleven. Their drummer Micky Hart was responsible for the band exploring unusual musical time signatures, and the title is based on the 11 beat signature, as its name suggests. 2. Sometimes, given the fact that the band was recording Aoxomoxoa at the same time as they were performing the material on Live/Dead, I am tempted to try to create a suite of Hunter’s words, in which the repeated references to “the child” or “the baby” are of a piece. Interesting to think that a concordance might still actually be useful as a printed or separate online object. After exactly 4 bars of 11 (counting the bar with the two transitional drum beats) there is exactly one bar of 12 before they settle permanently into 11. "I sent a letter to a man I know Listen to The Grateful Dead live: A complete chronological playlist now. 1. 1 song classical piece I can think of with an 11-beat measure is the Promenade theme from Mussorgsky's "Pictures at an Exhibition." Therefore, the best part, I would hope, would not be anything in particular that I might have to say, but rather, the conversation that may happen via the comments over the course of time—and since all the posts will stay up, you can feel free to weigh in any time on any of the songs! The song was played regularly through the 1968 and 1969 usually, but not always following St Stephen. When Bobby started with these embellishments (this should have a definite answer)? Another "one". Followed up by another stellar one exactly a year later aaaaall the way on the other coast. ), which opened it up to interesting jamming possibilities, too bad the boys didn't keep it in the rotation longer. 1. 4. First, the band made some changes just for the sake of available singing time. Lyrics to "The Eleven" by GRATEFUL DEAD: High green chilly winds and windy vines / In loops around the twisted shafts of lavender, / They're crawling to the sun. According to Ihor Slabicky's discography, "The Eleven" was recorded for AOXOMOXOA, but not included on the album, where it would have followed "Saint Stephen.". Grateful Dead - Eleven, The Submitted By: RUN1911 EMail: corcster42@hotmail.com B High green chilly winds and windy vines B In loops around the twining shafts of lavender, A B They're crawling to the sun. 3. $30, $30 - Night two, however, saw them get in the groove and The Eleven was where it was at, man!! Wake Of The Flood 8. In this situation, the Eleven starts as soon as William Tell ends, even though it takes them a bit to swirl into the 11/4 time signature. Why did Bobby add these lines? $100, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bCtfQPD73Zc. / Underfoot the ground is patched / With arms of ivy wrapped around the manzanita, / Stark and shiny in the breeze. So, searching for that “one.” Ah—there it comes! Apparently Lesh modeled the music on a few Coltrane numbers (Greensleeves, etc. Tennessee Jed 4 songs 4 songs This is the season of what I have always found The Eleven so mysterious, and so powerful. I 'Can't Forget' but Remember it differently. Have listened on Archives.com and also have an old cassette from that night. It’s all happenin’! 1. To the coral sands below ... More by Grateful Dead. Rosemary The Eleven 1 song 3. But that is not the way the Dead do the song. No more time to tell how This is the season of what ... Be the first to know about the Grateful Dead’s exclusive limited-edition releases, breaking news on the band, community events, and so much more. Anniversary, Dave's / … This version was released separately in 2003. Seven for the seven stars in the sky, Then Jerry wasn't there and Bob went off the reservation. 7. 4 No. "The Seven" is an even rarer original instrumental. Everyone understands the Dead in their own tongue. '73-'74, Cornell No more time to tell how "I didn't know the intro was in 11/4 time. Written by the band's lyricist Robert Hunter and bassist Phil Lesh, the Grateful Dead started playing this song in 1968. Just A Little Light I remember because it happened in my home town of Concord, New Hampshire at the Capital Theater. So true about Desolation Row! Tuning: E A D G B E. Author Unregistered. To Lay Me Down That is what made Furthur so special. Eight-sided whispering hallelujah hatrack ", Also, in Let Me Sing Your Blues Away... Unable to process your request at this time. 5 songs Another highlight is "The Eleven," a Jerry Garcia/Robert Hunter original that only appeared on the live album "Live/Dead." In Let me sing your Blues Away: "One for the money, two for the show..." Fire On The Mountain Hey Bach to Bach The Grateful Dead was an American rock band formed in 1965 in Palo Alto, California. One way or another, this darkness got to give. Although The Eleven is the band's most well-known tune in an "odd" time signature, it seems like Clementine (in 3/4?) 1. 3. The composition, credited to Phil Lesh, rushes headlong into its eleven-beat time signature, carrying us madly along as we dance to its various combinations of meter. Back to the Dead, you forgot the section of Terrapin in 13/8. Tons Of Steel With Grateful Dead lyrics, there’s always a new and different take on what they bring up for each listener, it seems. Ten for the ten commandments, The Grateful Dead was founded in the San Francisco Bay Area amid the rise of the counterculture of the 1960s. 2. Alex Allan, on his Grateful Dead Lyric and Song-finder site, does a fine job of attempting to transcribe the lyric as sung: Weir & Lesh So if you go to. Caution Reflections (Jerry) The album's version of "St. Stephen" appears on the 1977 Grateful Dead compilation What a Long Strange Trip It's Been, but fades out during the final verse. 4. 3. I was feeling bored on this rainy Sunday. Ripple It did seem a bit unbelievable when I got zero results. "The Eleven". 2. If I've made a mistake anybody,feel free to correct. But how about "Children, Go Where I Send Thee"? Black Peter Rather belatedly, I've deleted "one" from the list of small words that aren't in the searches on my site. 4 songs 2. These represent the last 2 beats in the 11. Throwing Stones I just saw it as three sets of three, and then two to jump on the next three sets with: it was like 1,2,3—1,2,3—1,2,3—1,2. Not Fade Away & Company, Under Oh Babe It Ain"t No Lie (Bonus Track) also on Reckoning Clementine does exhibit a 6-against-4 polyrhythm that you get from Coltrane on some songs, probably most notably My Favorite Things. The most popular (only?) Greatest Story Ever Told Franklin's Tower One could say that every moment of ones life is the Season of What Now. Passenger I may have some thoughts to contribute later, but for now I have a question. And nothing comes for free", what a great image. It’s a fun song to talk about. Bobby, sing it however you like, it's a fantastic song! The correspondent, Joe Vanucci, wrote: I wanted to offer the idea that perhaps there *is* unity in The Eleven. Operator In To Lay Me Down: "One last time" Grateful Dead Sigh. Thanks for the fun listing, Poncho Bill! Lazy Lightning > Supplication I Need A Miracle Either way it is a bridge that connects two all time GD songs. And this "difference" continues. Playing In The Band 1.Feel Like A Stranger Not sure if I made 10 minutes or 11 minutes through it. Décor, Long High green chilly winds and windy vines. Just an amazing jamming vessel. Of course I said something intelligent like, 'What's 11/4?' I have one of those. when Hunter does it live--or at least the lyrics and their internal logic stand out more. Covered by Solar Circus on Juggling Suns. The Dark Star Orchestra played their 11th Anniversary Show on Nov. 11 and at 11 O'Clock (or so) played The Eleven. 4,939 views, added to favorites 35 times. Unless you define Grateful Dead originals to exclude the songs on Ace. Go To Heaven The Eleven Grateful Dead Buy This Song. Nobody has yet mentioned that the song had a companion - rare Dead tune "The Seven," that was just a jam with same feel as the 11. Clothèd all in green, Ho Ho all 4/4, but then Phil starts playing triplet-based lines across/underneath the 4/4 and gradually everyone picks up, and they're all in 12 then, Jerry starts playing that figure atop it all, and they build up and then kick out the last beat of the 12, and bam!, they're straight out into 11-land, while Jerry keeps on playing that figure which now goes in and out of cycle as he crosses the 11-bar lines. The Eleven Lyrics: High green chilly winds and windy vines / In loops around the twisted shafts of lavender / They're crawling to the sun / Underfoot the ground is patched / With arms of ivy wrapped Stella Blue has the great line And evermore shall be so Truckin' The first bit after "William Tell", to me, is St Stephen. 2 songs 6. I saw them in Syracuse, NY at the OnCenter (formerly Onondaga County War Memorial) on 11/11/11, and they did the Eleven > US Blues as the encore to celebrate the double-significance of the date (Veteran's Day as well as the 11's). 3. 2. 3. ...just ONE more time. 4. Strange that all the times I saw the band with Pigpen no Dark Star-St. S.- Eleven-Lovelight classic Live/Dead stylie. Counting songs are a long-standing tradition. I especially love Sunshine and JeffP singing Garcia's part like an old nursery rhyme. I find it much easier to break it down than counting out 11. Dark Star / China Cat Sunflower / The Eleven - Live in San Francisco, March 16, 1967 Grateful Dead • So Many Roads (1965 - 1995) 25:25 0:30. When we talk about complexity this song has it – it is progressive, complex, and lyrics defines what Dead is all about. (I am also of the opinion that Greg Allman probably got the WP intro rhythm (at least subliminally) from The Eleven). 4. eight-sided whispering hallelujah hatrack This is one of my favorite Dead songs-- I seek out 1969 shows with The Eleven. Garcia Side 2 Straightforward and driving, phrased mainly as 3-3-3-2 as noted towards the end they slip into something more ambiguous, though still 11, before they drop into whatever comes next (think the Eleven --> Lovelight transition on Live/Dead). It has that same feeling as the normal St Stephen instrumental section (Bam-ba-dum! It was one beat short, but it didn't feel one short, because to get back to the triad, you had two steps to go up. Grateful Dead Lyrics. "One way or another, one way or another, Shakedown Street But I can just imagine Bobby trying this in practice and having Jerry, etc. 5 songs I hear the time signature shift into The Eleven when one of the drummers (sounds like Mickey to me) raps two beats on his snare drum. was an earlier original composition done front to end in what many non-Jazz trained players would likely find a challenging meter. What are your twelve, Ho? “The Eleven” epitomizes that sense of the swirl better than any other single piece. 2. Just makes me appreciate them all the more as musicians. The founding members were Jerry Garcia (lead guitar, vocals), Bob Weir (rhythm guitar, vocals), Ron "Pigpen" McKernan (keyboards, harmonica, vocals), Phil … Lyrics By: Robert Hunter. 4. Let Me Sing You're Blues Away They left out the lines for seven (“Seven-faced marble eye transitory dream doll”), and four (”Four men tracking the great white sperm whale”). Weir & Lesh From the release Live/Dead (Live) First Played in Concert January 17, 1968 by Grateful Dead at Carousel Ballroom, San Francisco, CA, USA; Most Recently Played February 29, 2020 by David Nelson Band at The Eleven, Captain Cook, HI, USA Perhaps the lyrics' floating from one image to another alludes to this wandering from one picture to another. Now is the time of returning. {Riding in the whalebelly, fade away in moonlight China Doll Terrapin Station. A search for the word “one,” however, comes up empty. And the final lines of the counting rhyme are gone: Fade away in moonlight 1. {Garcia ba-da-dee-dah, etc.) Returning to 3, the closure for 8, if you will. Attics Of My Life Might I suggest another allusion in the 11-beat meter? Stephen” and the ladyfinger line. Picasso Moon The child has relinquished the reign What’s become of the baby? Oh my. The Eleven (Live In San Francisco 1969) 3. Here’s the plan—each week, I will blog about a different song, focusing, usually, on the lyrics, but also on some other aspects of the song, including its overall impact—a truly subjective thing. Interviews from that period (Potrero Hill rehearsals) say that they would practice having half the band play in one rhythmic cycle and half the band in another and focus on where they both came out on the One, so my guess is that the bar of 12 somehow normalizes multiple rhythmic cycles, but I haven't analyzed to that level of detail. Gonna make 'em shine. Unanalyzed, it was a great ride. The Grateful Dead Forum is focused discussion area for the Grateful Dead. Sometimes I hear two fours and a three, sometimes three threes and a two…sometimes, I think I really do feel The Eleven. Lesh speaks of his sense of the band as fingers, all on the same hand, and that level of cohesion is not easily achieved. someone described it as a "Complex Singularity" which explains everything...if you look at it right. 1. 1: Big Rock Pow Wow'69 (2010) Warlocks (Birth Of The Dead) 4. The Eleven also retains some of the 6 against 4 feeling, available for the musicians to refer to if/when they want. Great post. First is the use of non-standard time signatures, such as eleven, ten (“Playin’ in the Band”), or seven (“Estimate Prophet”) beats to the measure. I think your search engine may be wonky! More, Recreation & Live/Dead, for me, was the perfect album, which I used alongside American Beauty to demonstrate the band’s range. 3. “What’s Become of the Baby?” belongs in this suite, as does “St. 1. "It all rolls into One" When I listen to that album’s version of “The Eleven,” I always hear something new in the dense instrumentation. Grateful Dead - The Eleven (Live in Chicago, IL) Lyrics. Company, Stickers & 5. 1 contributor total, last edit on … I'll sing you twelve, Ho Foolish Heart Nine, ten, eleven, ONE. One last aspect I’d like to touch on is the role of numbers in Dead songs. The jam for me showcases the boys at their finest. And, as usual, I'd like to point to an amazing Furthur show I was at. The Eleven (Live At Fillmore East, February 11, 1969) 14. Ace (Bobby) Uncle John's Band But I love the corrections! 5. Music By: Phil Lesh. Brokedown Palace Garcia Jeffito and One Man get the transition right (on the Rhino CD reissue of Live/Dead, the 2 drum beats are at 3:14 of the 3rd track), but there's one other subtlety of the arrangement that nobody's noticed. I wonder if Greg Allman was thinking about The Eleven when he came up with the Whipping Post intro. Pride Of Cucamonga This was the show with Elvis Costello, Diana Krall, and Larry Campbell. Great stuff when it works -- it doesn't all the time. Mars Hotel 4. 1. ), Blair Jackson once wrote a very fun piece, “The Swirl According to Carp: A Meditation on the Grateful Dead,” under the pseudonym Jack Britton, in which he characterized Grateful Dead music as “the swirl! The Other One Grateful Dead - The Eleven Below you'll find a user-submitted list of the best Grateful Dead The Eleven. They nailed it perfectly that night. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of "Live / Dead" on Discogs. Off the top of my head I can count at least a few references to the word "one" in Grateful Dead tunes. My opinion is that this is further proof that Bobby does some weird things sometimes ... a good deal of which work, that's why we love him. 3 songs 2. What I'm talking about is Bobby singing "what now" instead of "what" and then wailing about "poor old Samuel." 1. Peace, It has been nice start. ... [Duane] said, 'That's good man, I didn't know that you understood 11/4.' 3 songs Comes A Time 2. Was at 9/17/70 and 9/19/70, so I'm not complaining for lack of seeing a full bodied Eleven. 4 songs So I hear 1-2-3, 1-2-3, 1-2-3, 1-2, in time with the chord changes. Strange Trip, Pacific Northwest New Potato Caboose 2. 3. As 11allnite implies, the start of The Eleven is flexible when coming out of St. Stephen. Eleven for the eleven who went to heaven, "One pane of glass in the window...." Hell In A Bucket Being able to hear the changes as they occur doesn't dim the experience for me, either. 2: Carousel 2-14-68 (2009) on the live album Road Trips, Vol. Weather Report Suite 2. I don't know if a print concordance is the kind of thing people go for any more, but an online one would be great. Set 1 The Promised Land -> Bertha -> Greatest Story Ever Told Sugaree Black Throated Wind To Lay Me Down El Paso Ramble On Rose Me And Bobby McGee China Cat Sunflower -> I Know You Rider Me And My Uncle Loose Lucy Weather Report Suite Prelude -> Weather Report Suite Part -> Let It Grow Set 2 Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo Big River Dark … 2. 1. How weird that "one" is just too frequently used to be caught by Alex's wonderful search engine! My first time to the Oakland Auditorium. There is no use of the word “one” in any Grateful Dead original. 6. Hunter makes fairly frequent use of numbers, as does Barlow, over the course of their writing for the band. 'One Pane of Glass in the window' is from 'The Roses' + 'Ten Years the wind rolls (waves rolled?) Underfoot the ground is 2. Jack Straw 1. As David points out, the boys have always sung the song differently than Hunter wrote it. another 'one' from 'Stella' P.S. Submit it! That is on top of the hard-to-track shiftings of time that occur before that explicit drum signal. Taking great lesser known/played songs like these had having Bobby embellish them further. U.S Blues 5. 6 songs Live Dead "The Eleven" Recorded on Live Dead, as part of a four-part jam which includes "Dark Star," "Saint Stephen," "The Eleven," and "Lovelight." Sugar Magnolia 1. And, just to take it a bit further—the lines addressing “mama” in “Brokedown Palace” seem to hint that, perhaps, the baby / child is the narrator. Indeed. Can't Come Down This all seems quite familiar to those of us who listen to the GD. Live/Dead's The Eleven is sublime. How can Bobby forget the words to Truckin' and remember all the words to Desolation Row? This song sounds like no other, and for me has no equal. 5. Steal Your Face Songs in 3/4 time are not that hard for non-jazz trained musicians to figure out -- it's just a waltz, after all. 1. Sink beneath the waters to the coral sands below. 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