What do you mean by that? Do you mean that deaddisc.com is the best as it could get?
I'm gonna defer to the crowd...
Thank you! What sites and recommendations would be better then deaddisc.com? I honestly wish that there was a complete database that has what I'm looking for, but I guess not.
that any such site exists. Nobody could possibly keep a comprehensive list of every Grateful Dead related item that had ever been created since the band began and since everyone was getting inspired every day. There is just no such thing.
That said, some sites are better than others and folks may have recommendations.
I noticed that I'm not allowed to post threads. I'm not sure why. I'm hoping that I'll get a reply in this thread.
Where could I find the database that has every possible thing made by the Dead, and of course that it is always updated? The site I use is deaddisc.com, but does anyone recommend using that site, or would you guys recommend using another database?
Thank you if someone could reply!
All updated and categorized for easy navigation. If you see a lite I missed please add it via the comment box
I started a blog a few months ago about the venues that the Grateful Dead had played over the years. I talk about venue, its relation to Grateful Dead touring history, and its current state of being (still there, demolished, converted, etc.). I visit the sites and take photos of the venues in their current state at that time. My first post is about Spectrum in Philadelphia, shot a few pics a few days before they began demolition. My latest post is about the Pauley Pavilion in LA. It would really add to the blog if folks would post their experiences/memories about these venues. Go to: www.grosvenorsquare.wordpress.com
Hope to see you there! Thanks!!! : }
Inspiration, move me brightly.
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