Jerry and the eel, hell the whole under water segments. "What we had was thicker than blood" and "I don't trust pride" are just a few of the highlights of this film for me. I can honestly say I was moved by it and it only made me more anxious for Santa Clara. He's gone, but the vibe still lives.
Listen to the river sing sweet songs, to rock my soul.
with Jerry and the eel is priceless.
Touched me deeply. Very happy about Bobs relationship with his birth dad. Have helped others get in contact with thier birth Parents and happy to say it was very possative for both of them.
The Other One: The Long, Strange Trip Of Bob Weir.
Many priceless moments. Sweet, touching, harrowing, sometimes all at once.
I hope not. That would be sacrilege.
Please bless me, Lion of Judah, root of David. Amen.
Think we'll see Jerry in Chicago this July ?
Bob already has a date with Billy and the kids at the peach fest in the middle of August. Don't know if he b with ratdog this year but that sure would b sweet. Wherever and who ever he's with, I'll b going. Ratdog came back hot in 2014.
Bob seemed bemused when John Mayer (host on Late Late Night) said that he had discovered the Grateful Dead "three years ago." Mayer said he now loves the music and listens to it for two hours a day. Mayer also asked if Bob had any memories of Jerry which elicited a shocked look on Bob's face. However, Mayer redeemed himself somewhat by playing decent guitar on Truckin' and Althea. Mayer's singing did drown out some of Bob's beautiful vocals on Truckin' and his loud guitar muddled Bob's fantastic slide work on Althea. I hope that Rat Dog tours after the July reunion concerts to showcase the incredible talents of Bob Weir.
I tried to find a version that extended the cut but no luck...
Sounded great! A little taste while we wait out the winter...