i recommend posting the question on the yahoo group eurotraders, recently someone was talking about t-shirts sizes. anyway, lots of longtime euroresident deadheads who would know.
also suggest dancingbear.dk which is an online shop based in denmark. in theory as they buy in bulk for reduced shipping costs, etc. it works out allright, although some people on eurotraders have questioned that.
you might also try and get a shipping quote from dead.net directly as they ship a lot of stuff to europe (to wit, the latest europe 72 boxed set seems to have been bought by every head i know here.
a jet aircraft? the dead?
my closest guess is the album In The Dark, which used liberally sound effects. motorcycle revving and whip snaps on the song "Hell In A Bucket", a steam locomotive on "Tons of Steel" and a helicopter on the bonus track "Brother Esau". but i don't remember any jet plane sounds.
Anyone out there know where I can find a European retailer of decent GD T-shirts? The designs on DJTees (UK) are awful and Amazon.co.uk has a very limited European retailer choice (Loud Distribution) but loads of US-based stuff (Liquid Blue, nightmare for delivery time and surcharges). I'm in Italy but any European info would be massively appreciated (gotta get that Xmas gift list started!) Geedus71
it's morning in California and all I can hear is Paul McCartney singing Back in the USSR. And I know that's not right.
Clearly I'm not a 'Head' as such...bit of a late arrival to the scene.
Trying to remember the title of a track that has the sound of a jet aircraft in the background. Short of buying up the entire catalogue I don't know which album to start with!
Anyone help me out there?
no worries, the only smoke free policy at the Milky Way is for tobacco. marijuan legislation has not changed in the netherlands. there now exists a "weed pass" only available for local residents, but this is not at a national level, rather it is only implemented locally by towns which have a problem with people coming just to stock up (principally the border towns with germany, where long lines and traffic jams are the result with no real boon to the local economy). this policy has not nor will be in the foreseeable future implemented in Amsterdam which relies heavily on coffeeshop tourism. there has also been talk of reclassifying high intensity marijuana, but that is pretty much a no goer, because there is no practical way to test samples for THC content without dragging it off to a lab. so for those of you who are enticed by the idea of 3 nights of jam music while freely toking away, rest assured, at JITD it's possible. as for cheap digs, can't help there, but it's a city frequented by international tourists and more than its share of hippies, backpackers and college students, so i imagine there is a grand variety of lodging options.
that's a tough one-sleeping cheap in Amsterdam. I stayed in a youth hostel once, a bazillion years ago-will see whether I can dig up the address for it.
Going on a tour with my wife. This festival sounds interesting despite the Netherlands changing laws.
The people who put on Jam In The Dam (march 2012 in Amsterdam) are looking for street team volunteers to put up posters in major european cities (live music clubs, jamband friendly record stores, etc..) if you are interested, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
(sorry, no free tickets, but there is JITD merchandise to be dispensed)
London Deadhead 'for the moment' that's been all around this world ;) and has re-planted roots in California SD from South Africa, it's a long story.
The only thing I ask for is to get a message to Billy, Mickey, Phil and Bobby and ask them from the fondest of my heart to travel to London next year.
Easy wind going cross the Bayou today....