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New Riders Of The Purple Sage Lyrics

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New Riders Of The Purple Sage Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Olivia Rose
2 Truck Driving Man (Live)
3 Down The Middle
4 Carl Perkins Wears The Crown
5 She's No Angel
6 Pour House Jelly (Sound Check)
7 Thank the Day
8 Truth Is Dead
9 Henry (Live At The Palomino / 1982)
10 Cecilia
11 Duncan and Brady
12 Long Black Veil
13 Let It Grow
14 Cement, Clay and Glass
15 I Don't Know You (Remastered) (Live)
16 Panama Red (Live At The Palomino / 1982)
17 Bounty Hunter
18 You Never Can Tell
19 Sailin'
20 Louisiana Lady (Live)
21 Teardrops in My Eyes
22 Glendale Train (Remastered) (Live)
23 Rainbow (Live At The Palomino / 1982)
24 I Don't Know You
25 Dead Flowers
26 She's No Angel (live)
27 Peggy-O (Live)
28 Garden of Eden (feat. Jerry Garcia)
29 Sailin' (Remastered) (Live)
30 I Don't Know You (Live At The Palomino / 1982)
31 Whatcha Gonna Do
32 Hello Mary Lou (Goodbye Heart)
33 Groupie (live)
34 Big Six
35 Lonesome L.A. Cowboy (Live)
36 Dead Flowers (Live At The Palomino / 1982)
37 Garden of Eden
38 Down in the Boondocks (live at the Fillmore West)
39 Kick in the Head (live)
40 Six of One
41 Truck Drivin' Man (Live)
42 Last Lonely Eagle (Live)
43 Glendale Train
44 All I Ever Wanted
45 The Weight (live at the Fillmore West)
46 Dead Flowers (live)
47 I Know There's Someone Else
48 Superman (Remastered) (Live)
49 Rainbow (Live)
50 Lonesome L.A. Cowboy
51 Kick In the Head
52 Superman (live at the Fillmore West)
53 Them Old Minglewood Blues
54 Henry (live)
55 Prisoner of Freedom
56 Dirty Business (Remastered) (Live)
57 Portland Woman (Live)
58 Keep On Keepin' On
59 You Angel You
60 Truck Drivin' Man
61 Something In The Air Tonight
62 School Days (live)
63 Message in a Bottle
64 Henry (Remastered) (Live)
65 One Too Many Stories (Live)
66 Big Ed
67 I Don't Need No Doctor
68 Groupie
69 Where I Come From
70 Fivio
71 Last Lonely Eagle (Remastered) (Live)
72 Lochinvar (Live)
73 Friend of the Devil
74 Dim Lights, Thick Smoke (and Loud, Loud Music)
75 Linda
76 Blues Barrel
77 Ghost Train Blues
78 Barracuda Moon
79 Just the Way It Goes
80 Louisiana Lady (Remastered) (Live)
81 Garden of Eden (Live)
82 Panama Red
83 California Day
84 Willie and the Hand Jive
85 Higher
86 17 Pine Avenue
87 Lonesome La Cowboy
88 I Don't Know You (Live)
89 Little Old Lady
90 Sweet Lovin' One
91 Mighty Time
92 Rockin' With Nona
93 It's Alright with Me
94 Down for the Ride
95 Hello Mary Lou (live)
96 Panama Red (Live)
97 Instant Armadillo Blues
98 Lochinvar
99 On Top of Old Smokey
100 Where I Come From (Radio Mix)
101 One Too Many Stories
102 No Time
103 Dirty Business (Live)
104 Superman (Live)
105 Singing Cowboy
106 Contract
107 Over and Over
108 Gypsy Cowboy
109 Barracuda Moon (Radio Mix)
110 You Should Have Seen Me Runnin
111 Shake That Thing
112 She's No Angel (Live Version)
113 Rainbow
114 Runnin' Back to You
115 Death and Destruction
116 Higher (Radio Mix)
117 L.A. Lady
118 Suite at the Mission
119 Groupie (Live Version)
120 Portland Woman
121 Hello Mary Lou

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New Riders Of The Purple Sage Bio

New Riders of the Purple Sage is an American country rock band. The group emerged from the psychedelic rock scene in San Francisco, California in 1969, and its original lineup included several members of the Grateful Dead. Their best known song is "Panama Red". The band is sometimes referred to as the New Riders, or as NRPS.

The roots of the New Riders can be traced back to the early 1960s folk/bohemian/beatnik scene in San Francisco, where future Grateful Dead guitarist Jerry Garcia, often played gigs with like-minded guitarist David Nelson. The young John Dawson, also known as "Marmaduke", from a well-to-do family centered in Millbrook, New York, also played some concerts with Garcia, Nelson, and their compatriots while visiting relatives on summer vacation. Enamored with the sounds of Bakersfield-style country music, Dawson would turn his older friends on to the work of Merle Haggard and Buck Owens while providing a vital link between the East Coast, Timothy Leary-dominated psychedelic scene and the West.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Riders_of_the_Purple_Sage