Apparently, your band mates and fans have forgotten your stance on politics.. I wish it wasn't so, but you already know. Thank you Jerry for all you did! I'm sorry your family and friends have forgotten. I never will!
Not sure if this link will last but is a new page on FB titled "Free Tiger" an awareness cause that has hopes of eventually convincing Jim Irsay (owner of the guitar) to loan it to the RRHOF for 6 months out of the year for all of us to see. Check it out.
...who was the poet ---William Santanaya-(I forget)--"If you don't remember the past-yer doomed to repeat it!" Well, from the stuff I've read since 69-till present it seems to me that jerry andthe band remembered the past AND transformed it! Headin to the east to see and tape Bill Monroe (meetin Grisman)--blues from Pigpen-old time music and ragtime-classical from Phil---AND THEN------SPACE TRAVEL---ooohhh yeeeaahhhhh baby!!!! WE ARE ALL VERY LUCKY PEOPLE-----to have witnessed such a thing---(my time's comin--any day now....)-----just a little ramble on.....ALOHA--Da Roach!!
...for the psychedelic wizardry you created with 6 strings and the brilliance you achieved with 5 strings. Blows my mind :)
Its worth checking this show out (in it's entirety) -
Just remembering Capt. Trip's b-day......Jerry would have turned 67 on Aug. 01
HAPPY ONE JERRY :)
Which came first, mother mcrees or the warlocks?
for Mountains of the Moon.
Man that may just be the coolest thing I have ever seen ccs gone. Wow I am really missing Jerry right about now too.
"Half of my life I spent doing time for some other f@#ker's crime. The other half found me stumbling around drunk on burgundy wine"
I'd have to say my favorites are 1. Tiger, 2. Wolf 3. Bean
I love every single thing about the Tiger's tone.
"There ain't no revolution, it's evolution, but every time I'm in Georgia I eat a peach for peace."