That Would Be Something
Composer: Paul McCartney

That Would Be Something was first performed by the Grateful Dead in September 1991, the version released on Dick's Picks, Vol. 17. It was next performed in June 1993, one of a handful of performances that year. It was then played 7 or 8 times in both 1994 and 1995, the last performance being on June 24, 1995.

Parts of the song were played by the Jerry Garcia Band in the studio in November 1975.

That Would Be Something was also played by Phil Lesh & Friends in 2016 during a show that recreated the setlist of the June 24, 1995 Grateful Dead show.

That Would Be Something was written by Paul McCartney in 1969 and first released on his 1970 solo album.

Grateful Dead

info Dick's Picks, Vol. 17, Grateful Dead, 2000
info 30 Trips Around The Sun Box Set, 2015

Bruce Hornsby

info Bruce Hornsby Live: November 5, 2004, Boston, MA, 2005
info Bruce Hornsby Live: December 12, 2004, Grand Rapids, MI, 2005
info Bruce Hornsby Live: July 20, 2005, Anaheim, CA, 2006

Paul McCartney

info McCartney, Paul McCartney, 1970
info Ram / McCartney, Paul McCartney, 2003
info Unplugged (The Official Bootleg), Paul McCartney, 1991

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