...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."
yeah, it was them ace's running up and down his sleeve that did the digit in, just as the queen of diamonds was hittin' full shine!
the story about Garcia and his brother was just for the press releases because the truth is too shocking; Jerry lost the tip of his finger in a poker game.