Mr. Mehta, you will meet many friends who read the case study here in the Latin America thread of dead.net. We are all in case study frenzy at the moment. Are there many people in India who like the case study in the Latin America thread of dead.net? I have heard they meet in the cafe and drink strong tea while listening to Hindi music and reviewing many case studies. We all wish you the very best in pursing your interest of the case study.
Estación Terrapin (http://estacionterrapin.blogspot.com.es/), the only Spanish program about Grateful Dead, tomorrow celebrates the 40th anniversary of the second concert at the Olympia in Paris on May 4, 1972, with a special program four-hour which will play the entire concert. In the tuning HomeGrownRadioNJ (http://www.homegrownradionj.com/), 7 to 11 AM East
Costa Rica is my home of 8 years, playing music out and jamming with
friends. Local radio and concerts galore. Always running into friends of
the dead community and in fact Bill Kreutzmann's BK3 played last month
here for 3 nites with Max Creek. We are spoiled down here, Pura Vida
Iko-Iko y Paz Y Luz. Latin America embraces good family and good vibes!
Yep, I live in Costa Rica, saw Bill Kreutzmann with Max Creek last Feb. Great place to
look for a yearly rental, Dead friendly and gorgeous mtns. and beaches. Paz y Luz.
That´s exact thing,possibly the more sad thing for the followers in desert countries is not to enjoy the great shows of the Dead,The Grateful Dead never has been in Mexico,Mexico country has meant a fountain of inspiration for many psychedelic bands from the 60's,however not many bands has been playing here,paradoxical thing to remember.But we're trying to keep on touch all about,from the counter culture of this amazing bands as the Dead.El Dead es una de las mejores bandas que emergierón desde esa época hasta nuestros dias.
It´s a little hard live in a country where the Dead music is almost unknown,and not just the Dead but all the good music as the psychedelic bands as Jefferson Airplane,Country Joe & Fish,Moby Grape and many others.This cultural expression is almost unknown for the inside good things that flourish for the rest of us.Good greetings for the friends that share this cultural expression around the world,no matter where you are!
...it smells like victory!
Keep those top-shelf margaritas coming!
Ahhhh-haaaa,nothing like the aroma of gringos and spam slow roasted over a beach fire in Belize. Fiesta !!!!
...lookin' for my lost shaker of salt.
...that helps me hang on!