Listeners were dealt an initial ace from the Dead stud and he's been bluffing ever since. Bob Weir helped to cultivate Kingfish and then formed Bobby & The Midnites with Bobby Cochran, but they've been mediocre adventures that shouldn't distract you from the Dead. If you're really interested in exploring the ancillary catacombs, follow Jerry Garcia or Mickey Hart or New Riders of the Purple Sage. To visit the updated Bob Weir discography, you should have clicked on that link, slowpoke.
|Date||ALBUMS / Singles|
|1977||I'll Be Doggone|
|1978 January 13||HEAVEN HELP THE FOOL|
|1978 March||Bombs Away|
|1981||BOBBY AND THE MIDNITES|
|1981||Too Many Losers|
|1984 August||WHERE THE BEAT MEETS THE STREET|
|1984||(I Want To Live In) America|
|1998 January 13||WEIR/WASSERMAN LIVE|
|2000 September 26||EVENING MOODS|
|2004 March 23||WEIR HERE: THE BEST OF BOB WEIR|
THE GRATEFUL DEAD discography
Mickey Hart's Mystery Box
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