October 31, 1991
*With Gary Duncan **also with Ken Kesey. Final/last "Werewolves"
Help on the Way
Little Red Rooster
Tom Thumb's Blues
Let It Grow
Fire on the Mountain
Dark Star Reprise*
This Could Be the Last Time*
Stander on the Mountain
Not Fade Away
Werewolves of London*
Attendees of this show
To start off after wishing good night to a telemarketer during the day and getting a repeat. In conclusion that has nothing with what comes next. I before mentioned that at least 3 years thought the lyrics to duprees diamond blues was first thing you know you're goin to plump that chicken. while the new outstanding web page was underconstruction. Finally, When you guys play plump that chicken at the N.R.A. finals ~ that was me about my gun!
Banana peel on stairs!
Buffalo Bill is DEAD...Jesus he was a handsome man. He use to shoot clay pigeons..onetwothree just like that. And what I want to know now is How do you like your blue eyed boy now Mr Death!
RIP Bill Graham
who used to
ride a watersmooth-silver
and break onetwothreefourfive pigeons justlikethat
he was a handsome man
and what I want to know is
how do you like your blue-eyed boy
Do I contradict myself?
Very well then I contradict myself,
(I am large, I contain multitudes.)
Walt Whitman-Song of Myself
My apologies to ee cummings
"In any given situation there's gonna be more dumb people than smart people and we ain't many and ole bill knew it"
This was the last time the band took me to the stratosphere. Amazing night... When Kesey rapped, it raised the hairs on the back of your neck.
he was a handome man.
I guess it doesn't matter anyway.
Waxin with the boys. Whatta night down in joe brown's coal mine.
A BIRTHDAY PRESENT BEYOND BELIEF... Having KESEY there and DARK STAR! My FAVORITE BIRTHDAY PRSENT EVER
DEAD for LIFE :)
It was good.
My favorite costume was the hippie in the business suit carrying a brief case.
This was quite the "Beat eulogy" on the part of Ken Kesey. In the middle of Dark Star here comes,... here comes, oh my God it's Ken Kesey. How in the.. what the.. my eyes, ears are not fooling me. Ken Kesey with that crazy top hat giving his all. For the love of Pete, for pete's sake. What a time.Earlier had bumped into Owsley in the hall and talked about "blue stones". But then Kesey, All the years combined. The influence of the age. Writer of the great American novel, "Sometimes A Great Notion". And old Bill Graham gone. And then Jerry, then Kesey, and this year Owsley.If that was how I remember last seeing Ken Kesey then it was as if the great northwestern hero in that short space of time was bigger than Paul Bunyan and Randle Partrick McMurphy and "The attack of the 50' Woman" all rolled into one.And this was some of the best that America had to offer in so many of her convolutions, and the Dead paid homage in harmony with Kesey and the words of EE Cummings and the words of Robert Hunter in the memory of Bill Graham and it brought it all home.The last time I saw Ken Kesey.