In Search of... Info
Trivia questions, who wrote that song, when was the last time the Dead played Deer Creek, etc.
don't forget that Al Green has a church there, as I recall, and I've been told it's quite welcoming.
My son turns 18 next summer and it has occurred to me that if we don't an "On the Road" type thing together soon we'll miss the opportunity. We will be leaving from Virginia and our ultimate western destination would be San Francisco. We would take the southern route out. One of my brothers lives in Las Vegas and we would spend a number of days there. I would like to spend a couple days in Memphis. Seems a logical stop for a music fan. Not that much interested in Graceland but would like to check out Beale St. and possibly Sun Records. Thought of stopping in Albuquerque on the way out and definitely want to see the Grand Canyon (but might do that while visiting my brother). Would like to stay at least three days in San Francisco. I'm not firm on the return route. The direct route would be through Utah and Colorado but have considered going up the coast as far as Oregon or maybe even Washington before coming home. Estimate we would have approximately 18 days to do the whole thing. Would appreciate any info/suggestions as to ways to do this on a very limited budget and as to what route to take and what to see. Any local knowledge would be appreciated. Peace.
lI am looking for information about Andrew England. He painted backdrops for the band and sold tiedies at concerts.
I see from the 1-19 Rolling Stone article from this year there'll be a multi disc box set released from several shows on one tour. Anyone catch wind of any other details on this? I was personally hoping for another Winterland box since there are several excellent runs that remain untapped. I was listening to the Feb. '74 2-22 Playing and the 2-23 Jam He's Gone>Truckin'>Other One>Eyes earlier today and it was fabulous. This run would comprise a great box set in my opinion. Bob Weir with the National this evening was pretty good. The interviews after were a nice touch as well.
Hey All, I have recently relocated to Lubbock, Texas and am looking for people to jam with, particularly on acoustics. Don't know a lot of The Repertoire, but willing to improv, learn and have fun. Anybody out here in the panhandle feel like jammin???
the In Search of People topic also
I'm trying to connect with old concert partners. We hung togeather in Denver in the mid 80's
Anyone know where I can get this baby! Besides for the pirate prices on Amazon. $950. Yikes!
I'm so upset I missed it. I'm on top of all emails from dead.net and that ONE day that ONE email went to spam and I saw it too late. No other dead.net emails have gone to spam. Must be a hint from the universe telling me not to spend that kind of dough on music! Don't I have enough Dead?! Ha!
If I do get it, I want the whole box, not just the CD's. Unless the CD only set goes down in price some day. It's just not right to charge the same amount as the folks who were lucky enough to get the box set. UNFAIR! No matter how fair a deal the $450 is for so many CD's, the whole set has that AND a lot more stuff. So they should simply NOT be the same price. :P
because, sorry, soliciting free copies of commercial releases is not allowed here.
check out 4/16/72
about 6:30 or so I believe Pig goes into sweet Cherry Pie...., sweet Jelly Pie....
and then his bitch dog in heat..... shifting gears & good transmission...