A footnote in Grateful Deceased history, it isn’t quite accurate to contact Dana Morgan Jr. the band’s first bass participant, but it’s close. The nucleus from the Pleased Dead had shaped in Dana Morgan’s Music Shop in Palo Alto, CA, just a little south of SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA. Jerry Garcia was teaching electric guitar in the shop in the first ’60s, and it had been there that he initial used Bob Weir. With Pigpen plus some various other musicians, they shaped a jug music group, Mom McCree’s Uptown Jug Champions. If they wanted to use a more rock and roll path, Dana Morgan Jr., the boy from the proprietor from the music shop, joined up with on bass; drummer Costs Kreutzmann, who also trained at the shop, came in as well. As the Warlocks, they began to play displays in-may 1965, but Morgan just lasted several gigs. Regarding to Dennis McNally’s liner records to the Pleased Dead box established The Golden Street (1965-1973), Phil Lesh changed Morgan on just their third evening.