Casey Jones est une chanson du groupe de rock Grateful Dead. La musique a été écrite par Jerry Garcia, et les paroles par Robert Hunter. Cette chanson apparait pour la première fois sur leur album de 1970 Workingman's Dead.

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  • Casey Jones est une chanson du groupe de rock Grateful Dead. La musique a été écrite par Jerry Garcia, et les paroles par Robert Hunter. Cette chanson apparait pour la première fois sur leur album de 1970 Workingman's Dead. Elle fut ensuite incluse dans plusieurs de leurs albums "live".Casey Jones, qui inspira cette chanson, était un héroïque conducteur de train américain de la fin du XIXe siècle.Portail du rock Portail du rock Portail de la musique country Portail de la musique country Portail de la musique Portail de la musique • section Chanson
  • "Casey Jones" is a song by the American rock band the Grateful Dead. The music was written by Jerry Garcia, and the lyrics are by Robert Hunter. The song first appeared on the Dead's 1970 album Workingman's Dead. Subsequently it was included on a number of their live albums.The Grateful Dead played "Casey Jones" in concert on a regular basis from June 1969 through October 1974. After that, they continued playing it live, but less often. In total they performed the song in concert more than 300 times."Casey Jones" is about a railroad engineer who is on the verge of a train wreck due to his train going too fast. Jones is described as being "high on cocaine" (the song even makes a double entendre of advising Jones to "watch his speed"). It was inspired by the story of an actual engineer named Casey Jones. The engineer's exploits were also sung of in an earlier folk song called "The Ballad of Casey Jones", which the Grateful Dead played live several times. Casey Jones is also the subject of the song "Freight Train Boogie", by The Delmore Brothers."Casey Jones" has received significant airplay on progressive rock, album-oriented rock, and classic rock radio stations over the years, and so is one of the Dead's songs that is more recognizable by non-Deadheads.The song was released as a downloadable track for the game Rock Band on March 4, 2008.
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  • Casey Jones est une chanson du groupe de rock Grateful Dead. La musique a été écrite par Jerry Garcia, et les paroles par Robert Hunter. Cette chanson apparait pour la première fois sur leur album de 1970 Workingman's Dead.
  • "Casey Jones" is a song by the American rock band the Grateful Dead. The music was written by Jerry Garcia, and the lyrics are by Robert Hunter. The song first appeared on the Dead's 1970 album Workingman's Dead. Subsequently it was included on a number of their live albums.The Grateful Dead played "Casey Jones" in concert on a regular basis from June 1969 through October 1974. After that, they continued playing it live, but less often.
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