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Good Times

Composer: Sam Cooke

Grateful Dead

info Downhill from Here, Grateful Dead, 1997
info View From The Vault III, Grateful Dead, 2002
info View From The Vault III (DVD), Grateful Dead, 2002
info Spring 1990 (box set), 2012
info Spring 1990: So Glad You Made It, 2012

The Dead

info Holmdel, NJ - June 24, The Dead, 2003
info Austin, TX - July 4, The Dead, 2003
info Joliet, IL - August 2, The Dead, 2003
info Oakland, CA - December 31, The Dead, 2004
info San Diego, CA - June 23, 2004, The Dead, 2004
info Holmdel, NJ - August 10, 2004, The Dead, 2004

Phil Lesh & Friends

info Instant Live: June 24, 2006, Orlando, FL, Phil Lesh & Friends, 2006
info Instant Live: July 2, 2006, Saratoga, NY, Phil Lesh & Friends, 2006
info Instant Live: July 19, 2006, Kansas City, MO, Phil Lesh & Friends, 2006

Others

no info Ain't That Good, Sam Cooke, 1964
info Out Of Our Heads, Rolling Stones, 1965
no info I Never Loved a Man the Way I Love You, Aretha Franklin, 1967
no info Late & Great Sam Cooke, Sam Cooke, 1969
no info Can I Change My Mind, Tyrone Davis, 1969
no info Phoebe Snow, Phoebe Snow, 1974
no info Golden Age, Sam Cooke, 1978
no info The Man and His Music, Sam Cooke, 1986
no info On the Boardwalk, Ted Hawkins, 1986
no info Greatest Hits, Dan Seals, 1991
no info Time 3, Journey, 1992
no info Queen Of Soul - The Atlantic Recordings, Aretha Franklin, 1993
no info Songs From Venice Beach, Ted Hawkins, 1995
no info Man, Oh Man: The Power of The Persuasions, The Persuasions, 1997
no info Can I Change My Mind/Turn Back Hands of Time, Tyrone Davis, 1999
no info Country's Greatest Hits, Vol. 7, Various Artists (Dan Seals), 19??
no info Billboard Top Country Hits: 1990, , Various Artists (Dan Seals), 19??
no info Let the Good Times Roll, Ike and Tina Turner, 2000
no info Soul Days, Dobie Gray, 2000

Notes

Often referred to as Let The Good Times Roll (or LTGTR) on set lists and tape labels but the correct title of this Sam Cooke song is Good Times.

Not the same song as Brent Mydland's Never Trust A Woman which is sometimes referred to as Good Time Blues. Neither is it the same song as the Shirley and Lee song Let The Good Times Roll, though the Sam Cooke song probably owes a debt to the Shirley and Lee song.