I saw that too shaggy. Along with the many "Lebowski" qutoes I hear from Neil, I think we are indeed - EVERYWHERE! Hahahaha!
Any Sportscenter/Chicago Bulls fans out there? Last night on Sportscenter, one of the anchors quoted several lines of "Ramble On Rose" while showing a bunch of Derrick Rose highlights.
Wait, he did not quote, he sang several lines of "Ramble On Rose"- "Did you say your name was...?" on through the end of that short little stanza.
A beautiful ESPN moment.
thanks for the link!
Seems like the best place to post this--
A fine interview and studio performance of Peter Rowan and his Bluegrass Band, including his reminiscences of Old and in the Way and Jerry Garcia. Well worth the listen.
"A well put together unreality is pretty hard to beat."
i seen this earlier excellent
... last night he talked about Jerry's old house up for sale and tonight he made a Jerry reference when handling a lizard the wrangler said could, "... take off a finger..."
I still can't get over the fact that The Roots are his house band. How cool is that?
The latest issue of Acoustic Guitar magazine has The Grateful Dead's song New Speedway Boogie featured!
On Easter Sunday morning... I hadn't slept very well in several days (nothing to do with drugs of any kind - I just get zonked from work and the insane schedule sometimes) and I was like a zombie in front of the TV watching the local Comcast Sports Net telecast and there's Curt Callahan the director of Cole Field House pointing out a picture of The Grateful Dead performing from a show I was at in the late '70s! The piece was on Cole Field House btw - not the Dead. I was revived again... enough to make it back across Sleep's Dark and Silent Gate. I don't know why certain things ease my mind these daze but seeing those kind of psychedelic moments seem to work best for me. It's as if I can feel like I've done my days work or something... I know, crazy.