no, lol but thanks for the welcome bro, peace
have u seen harold? and welcome
Thanks for letting me be a part of this site!
Enjoy this magical portal of great sounds and wonderful vibes. There are wonderful people here! peace,pk
very very nice to be here, such a great site!
"Lilac rain, unbroken chain, song of the sawhet owl."
send an email to Jason Spitz at Rhino with those licensing questions-- that's jason dot spitz at rhino dot com
Let me know if you need further assistance!
Hi fam, I recently got domesticated and havent been active in the family for a long while. During that time I got turned on to this little site called "The Movies Online.".Well back in the good old days I ran around chasin you n them. I rolled for at least 70 shows between the late eighties n 90s ...My question is...How could I get permission to use a lil DEAD in my non-profit artsy animated films @ TMO? ...cuz they are real strict about copyright, as Im sure the BAND is as well...I mean I have original soundboard boots as well as albums I bought in the store ...Its always been free to me, thank God. ' " MAKE GOOD MONEY, FIVE DOLLARS A DAY ".....Ive not been here in years fam, but my email is.. firstname.lastname@example.org
Id sure love to use some of the greatest songs in my animated films...thanx 4 yall time.
I found this site years ago (mid 90's) back when you had streaming Dead 24/7 (any chance you'll do that again?) and when you got shut down, I started checking back every so often. Glad you're back (FINALLY!)
The site looks fantastic and the chat looks like fun too. I found some streaming music but a library of streaming music would be nice if a 24/7 radio station wasn't possible. Thanks for all your hard work in bringing this site back to us!
Your Digital Friend
if you don't know, archive.org has a ton of free Grateful Dead shows that you can stream and listen to for free.
Hello from the woods in the northeast. I have rediscovered the Dead in the form of the early 60's. I first saw the Dead in '82 and was lucky enough to catch them about 30 times. missed out on '95, that coincided with cleaning up my act. Funny how that works. It took a few years but I realized I could love the Dead and be clean. I find myself going through cycles of listening to nothin' but the Dead. Almost like the tours, I started this round in Feb digging into 1966 and cannot get enough. The one common thread I find with the Dead through the years is you can never "get it all" there is always something new to hear.
Thanks to all for the opportunity to get back on the bus.