There's a banjo moon in a tie dyed sky
Hippies dance and babies cry
Church bells ring as a silver haired angel looks down
And the blood of his music
runs through the veins of our guitars
Bright lights, dark star.
from Patchwork Quilt by Warren Haynes
Do I contradict myself?
Very well then I contradict myself,
(I am large, I contain multitudes.)
Walt Whitman-Song of Myself
Fatman does rock!!!
Happy B-Day..late, I know...
And just to quote another forum member..
"Another changed life"
That makes 2!!!!
Long Live Jerry Garcia!!!!
Thank you for the gift of your music & spirit.. It is , was, and will always be one of the most important,mind blowing, life changing aspects of my life. I am so lucky to have seen you perform , and be THERE ....& i (we) are all so lucky to have the music for everyone to discover, and dance to forever...there will always be those who "GET" it. ...the wheel is turning...............................Gratefully.
Words can't even begin to describe how much I miss you. Seeing the Grateful Dead for the first time back in '89 was something that has forever changed so many aspects of my life for the better, and I will always be eternally grateful. What a long, strange trip it is indeed.
Thank you Jerry for a REAL good time!
Happy Birthday Jerry-
You changed the course and purpose of my life , through the places your guitar tool me to, and the raw emotion of your imperfect but yet heartfelt vocals. I will always remember the way you would take all my troubles away, re-energize me, and send me back out to the mean old world outside the tour.
Peace and love to all my fellow Deadheads
Dead to the Core
I do miss Jerry a lot ... and also The Grateful Dead as a band ... the band that still should have been around today ... playing the music ... bringing joy to the world ...
It's a sad feeling Jerry is no longer among the living ... but on the other hand he lives on through the music ... for that I'm eternal Grateful ... :-)
Micke in Sweden,
deadhead since nov 1978
(Garcia-fan since Spring 1976)
I was starting to write a reply in speculation of info about these videos and thought, let me google what I know and see what I find! JACKPOT!
Indeed they are both from the same event as Jerry is looking identical in both videos.
Here is the full scoop below! Looks like something I will for sure purchase on DVD! It seems this video is out there everywhere as it is a new release so, buy it from where you wish to give your money. I was going to include the Amazon link, but there are other places to purchase it from too.
Simply Google: Caliente y Picante: A Latino Session
and you will find it at many online retailers.
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Video Name: Caliente y Picante: A Latino Session (2007)
DVD Release Date: June 5, 2007
Caliente y PIcante is a once-in-a-lifetime concert jam by an all-star roster of Latino musicians, including the "Mambo king" Tito Puente, the "Queen of Salsa" Celia Cruz, Carlos Santana and Ruben Blades. Filmed live at Los Angeles's Bitmore Bowl in August 1989, this film recaptures an incredible evening of rhythm and fun.
Mandela -- Carlos Santana
Goodness and Mercy -- Carlos Santana
Get Uppa -- Carlos Santana & Jerry Garcia
Bamboleo -- Celia Cruz
Quimbara -- Celia Cruz, Tito Puente & Poncho Sanchez
De Corazon a Corazon -- Tito Puente & Millie Puente
Cuentas del Alma -- Ruben Blades
Ojos de Perro Azul -- Ruben Blades
Muevete -- Ruben Blades & Jerry Garcia
America the Beautiful -- Santana, Garcia, Cruz, Puente & Blades
I guess these videos are for those who have not yet explored the wonderful offerings on You Tube. Simply type in Jerry Garcia in the YouTube seach bar and you will be pleasantly surprised at what you find!
Here is another favorite with Steve Jordan, Carlos Santana, and Jerry Garcia!!!
Jerry really rips this one up towards the end!
when was this? I love Ruben Blades too...