There's lots of 'em! Books about the Dead, by the Dead, both collectively and individually. And then there's books about us, the Deadheads, too! What's your current read?
mentioned, but worth repeating Searching for the Sound by phil is a great read and The Grateful Dead Family Album is great for all of the pics........lots and lots of pics.
The Illustrated Trip
have only a few others tho
please help php out here and give advice about your faves! I've been sort of monopolizing the suggestions in the original thread. Thanks!
What are other good books to buy? I am going to purchase when I get money which are Desolate Angel by Dennis McNally, and A Long Strange Trip by Dennis McNally, I don't have either of those books. I do have An American Life, and A Signpost to New Space. I do already have both of those. So, outside of the books I mentioned what are some other good ones?
Longtime Grateful Dead family member Rosie McGee has a new book, which for the moment is electronic-only, available for all the usual devices. Getting good reviews from people who were there at the time...
I'm not sure about the current inventory, but before you go paying scalper bux on eBay I'd check with our own Blair Jackson (blairj), editor/publisher of said Golden Road, to see what back issues he's got available for, like, normal prices. I think some are really gone, but there are plenty of some others.
Would love to replace some of my long lost golden road issues. I do see them on ebay but if anyone wants to part with a large chunk send me a PM
I had a copy some number of years ago that got lost in one of my many moves. I've since collected many other Dead related books but I would LOVE to have another copy of Goin Down The Road by Blair Jackson if I remember correctly. If anyone has a copy that they wouldn't mind relinquishing send me a PM and we can work something out!
Thank you very much to anyone who reads this and to anyone who even thinks of responding!
First of all, hey, we're in the Dead.net Store now, available for preorder, and should be shipping soon as the books are now shipping from the publisher's warehouse. Check it out!
And second of all, check out our Facebook page, because Steven Marcus has unearthed the video of his long-lost 1986 interview with Jerry, in the ticket office, there for your viewing pleasure...