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I'm new to this forum - have been a Dead head as far back as forever ago.
Being from Long Island we got to see several shows locally each year, so
I didn't do much traveling for concerts.
There was The Garden in NYC, Jersey City - outside, Nassau Colosseum,
And other places close enough.
The greatest thing was that the concerts were ALL at least 6 hr. long!
What an awesome time.
I've done my share of twirling, drums & Space and enjoyed it all.
I remember so well the huge Wall of speakers they'd set up AND the
Drum wall - Always so fun seeing the Dead - live!
Nothing but the best memories of the guys - as musicians who just plain
flat out LOVED to play and play and all the improvisation making every show
They'd start a song - jam in the middle a bunch and come back and finish the song and
It would always be like - 'OH YEAH - That's the song we're on' haha!
I'm very happy to have found this place to read others stories
I did go to Watkins Glen - w/ the Band and Allmans - that was quite a trip!
Have FUN...beautiful people
Thanks for adding me. Happy to be here!!
send me a PM with the details and I'll pass it to the licensing folks.
Hello fellow dead heads, I am making a chess board for a friend and I designed an image to use with the skull. My local copy center will not print it for me because of copyright, I wondered if anyone knows who to speak to to get permission to use it for my project? Thanks!
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We were at these shows and would dearly love to have these available as are the Chicago Shows...not interested so much in the Chicago shows since we were not there for them...please, please make these available since I would snap them up in Hartbeat...anybody here have an explanation from the org as to why these shows have never been officially released????
Just a new guy checking in. Looking forward to meeting all of you!
I was recording a rebroadcast of the Grateful Dead concert from the seventies!Bob Weir announced they were taking a short break so the audience could turn their cassette tapes over, so They would not have a gap in their personal self made recording.That,s what made Them an icon among music,s most respected bands of the last six decades!The Grateful Dead,s communal lifestyle spilled over into the entourage setting examples that sharing things in life make others feel the same way!