Just return from Egypt. I was at Gizah Sound and Light Theater. Magical place!
I looking for some GD recordings. If anyone can send me CD-R or DVD-R with stuff it would be very nice. Please, don't sent me links for downloading.
This is a little info I just read about and I thought you might laugh too hearing it:there is a little town in Austria called "Fucking" cerated by lord Focko in the VI century .Nowadays people come from far away just to have their picture taken near the town's signs . the mayor is so pissed off about it he install cameras next the signs of "Fucking" to find out who is making jokes about his town 's name !!!
EUH I MAY NOT KNOW ABOUY DEADHEADS IN SPAIN BUT AS I LIVE IN FRANCE I THOUGHT JUST TO SAY HELLO
Nice to meet you oscar terrapin. I will visit your blog, mine is www.cozmicfolkfan.com.
Any folks from Asturies, even northern Spain?
I´m deadhead for 35 years ago, recent follow 7 shows in this Spring Tour '09 in west coast. My first in Barcelona in 81', only time in Spain, great final concert of the European Tour. Here my Dead blog in spanish http://estacionterrapin.blogspot.com/
WHERE IS THE REST OF THE SPANISH DEADHEADS?
.. the music never stopped..
That was a good time checking out Uncle John's Friends with u the other night! Cheers! J
"Are you kind?"
We're holding our third annual Summer of Love party in July in Hawkhurst in Kent, UK, with a great line-up. As well as the fantastic GD cover band Deadicace, we've got a few special people as it's the 40th anniversary of Woodstock, including Barry "the Fish" Melton" of Country Joe and the Fish, and Robin Williamson of the Incredible String Band (both of whom played at the original Woodstock). And we've got a Santana cover band to.
Check out the details on our Summer of Love party website (www.solparty.org.uk). And you can email me on email@example.com.
It's the best Deadhead party this side of the Atlantic (and maybe even both sides).
Yeah, I'm sure if there were any promoter types around who could find out exactly how the band would settle regarding revenue for doing, say eleven, shows on a European tour. Then it's just a matter of booking the right venues in the time they can tour. Obviously a lot of Americans would come over. I'd expect a decent interest here from Europeans also. It would definitely be financially viable. Who can find out what the bands requirements would be? Surely they'd be up for the tour of a lifetime, especially as there's the chance these days to hit up Eastern Europe. I'd certainly suggest Prague, Budapest, Gdansk and Tallinn as well as the obvious Western European spots. J
"Are you kind?"
thanking you muchly, Richard...
would be great if a bit of grass roots organising could influence the Dead coming here, but think you're right on the miracle front...