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I will be attending both these shows on 4-1 and 4-2. I will be coming down from Seattle area (due to work constraints, cannot attend shows in Bellingham or Seattle). Looking for someone to share ride down Friday afternoon, and/or probable return late Sunday afternoon. I'll drive and provide tunes; you provide good company. Also looking for people to meet before shows for dinner, drinks, etc. Contact me here or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks, and enjoy the music.
"Whatever comes to pass
Will just pass right on away"
Yo yo yo what up!! DeeDee from Philly/Santa Cruz/ Eugene/ Ithaca...miss you all from the late 80's <@ <3
solicitations for people to copy out-of-print box sets and send them to people.
but soliciting copies of commercial releases, however out of print, no.
Hi there - I figure this is probably one of the safest places on the interwebs to post this, so here goes.
I live in Philly, am a huge music lover, and I've been slowly getting turned onto the Dead over the last 6 months or so, but I don't really know where to start. For one thing, I'm overwhelmed, to say the least, by the size and scope of their output. As a longtime fan and collector of Phish (is it kosher to admit that here? j/k), I know what it means to be consumed by a band's music, to know their history and the musical tendencies of the band members backwards and forwards… but that makes it all the more frustrating for me, not knowing where to start with the Dead; there's just so much MORE, in every way. For another thing, it's all well and good for me to go to sites like deadlistening.com, or poke around archive.org, and listen to whatever I happen to find, but going it solo just seems so antithetical to the spirit of community that this band has inspired, and continues to inspire. I don't know a soul who is a Dead fan, but I really want this to be something I can share, and not just keep to myself.
Simply put, I need help. I can tell that there's a universe of music here, waiting to reveal itself, but I think I need a guide of sorts to get me started.
So if you're a Deadhead living in the Philadelphia area; if you're the sort of person who hears an amazing jam and wants to share it with everyone you know; if you're willing to help a new seeker make some sense of the Dead - find an entry point, so to speak - I'd love to hear from you. You can PM me here on dead.net. Thanks! -- Jon
Oh yeah, I just rememberd Tom M.
Hey Dizzy, Darryl, Katman, Woz, Jon, Cue, Carl, Bob and the rest of the guys from Fall 1973 at Geary Hall Penn State University Park, are you out there? Europe '72 was playing all the time and the air was filled with sweet smoke. You also lived in the Mars Hotel on College Ave in Sun's Slums after moving out of the dorms. I'd love to hear from you,
looking for peter bertolli. please contact me. email@example.com
org from florida....fell off the planet please contact me.i miss you. todd firstname.lastname@example.org
Looking for Dave... the "Feisty" one! All I can do is remind you of good times... The Dead show at Memorial Stadium Seattle... just before Jerry died. The rooftop of the parking garage... the Husky game... Green Lake... Best of all: lunch in South Park when the cops "caught" us. (Well it's hard to call that the "best". Every time I saw you it was the "best time".) We still have a connection all these years later! I can feel it. Please contact me!! DAMMIT!!!