listening to Jerry just thinking about the Jerry groove/shuffle and about to head back to Cambodia/Thailan/ and myanmar to meet up with some old friends from tour who i have not seen in YEARS. Hopefully they ful-fill my wish of bringing the eye dropper.... for my eyes of course... dam those dry eyes ; )
welcome home, man.
the door was always unlocked, and my old lady been holding it open anyways.
THAT is old school.
its good to be back, its good to be back...............
have not been back to the site for a while.... since i have been gone phish is back on the road and have been playing very well so i hear. The Dead have been gracing the ears of whom can actually capture a glimpse of the magic. In both cases i wish i was able to hear what you guys and gales are hearing!!!!!!!! Me still im still on the road. going to the same places i usually go to, funny thing is i used to say this all the time on tour.
Marye and Hal R, thank you for such a warm welcome back, it means a lot.
....and if i remember correctly ...and as man has closed himself and when he sees everything through small windows of his perception......... tThen..........but this is where i never understood Black..... anyway would love to hear about all the shows@@@
And may you, the Dalai Lama and the Irish all be blessed with the abundant gifts of the earth and sky,
If the doors of perception were cleansed, everything would appear to man as it is, infinite.
welcome back! Lotta new folks here, lotta old folks too.
Time won't change you
Money won't change you
I haven't got the faintest idea
Everything seems to be up in the air at this time
Drugs won't change you
Religion won't change you
Science won't change you
Looks like I can't change you
I try to talk to you, to make things clear
but you're not even listening to me...
And it comes directly from my heart to you...
I need something to change your mind..
but on a serious note, i left this site with a vengeance and would like to make peace.
woulda loved to see that...
The world really is round and I keep going round and round it :)
I install telephone systems for a living, great big expensive ones that takes months to install and I do it in such fun places as Lome Togo, Brazzaville Congo and Kathmandu Nepal (to name but a few). Everywhere I go I have my trusty MP3 player and speakers with me. More than a few times I have been working hard with a Dead concert playing at a suitable (LOUD) level, only to turn around and find quite a few of the local workers dancing away in the halls of the building I am working in. We even used a really good copy of 10/22/78 (Winterland after the Egypt trip) to test the outside speakers at the U.S. Embassy in Lome Togo. It was the only music played there that the neighbors did not complain about. In fact they asked for more!
the natural sounds coming from the place. They will transport you to a different temporal rhythm which is ageless. You will never wish to leave due to your lack of gravitational positioning making you impervious to any sort of forward momentum.
From Dharamsala (Home of the exiled Dalai Lama in India) to Kathmandu, Nepal I've seen the influence of the Dead. The first time I saw the Dylan & The Dead cassette was in a tea shop in Dharamsala run by a young Tibetan.
Kathamandu, a hippie mecca in the late 60s and 70s with it's Freak St. in the touristy area of Thamel, has it's shops with Dead T-shirts. By the Boudhanath Stupa there are a few places here and there where you will hear the music of the Dead. There is certain rock station there that plays a lot of Dead but don't know if they still do.
I recommend both places to any heads traveling to that part of Asia.