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Magoo's Pizza Parlor

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Menlo Park, CA
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Joined: Nov 29 2010
concert

this was my fatherinlaws pizza parlor jerry handed him the cassette tape after the show it has all the original warlock songs they started with cant come down /confusion prince/walking in the sun/i know you rider/early morning rain/the same thing/stealin/new mingle wood blues/cold rain and snow/sitten ontop of the world/and a few more the tape has been in the family safe since those days if any of the garcia family is interested please email me at mikeestern@msn.com we are ready to sell the first copy of the warlocks/greatfuldead

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You're obviously not a fan of the GD or a Deadhead

Are you really trying to turn a profit off this tape? I know no self-respecting Dead Head would pay you a dime for it. In the words of Jerry himself, "Let 'em have it. Once we're done with it (meaning the music), it's theirs. (meaning the fans). Show some love and respect.... put it up on archive.org, file share, start a vine, something, but don't be greedy
(~):-}
Salmon Will

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Salmon

He never said he was a fan or a Deadhead. He said the tape has been in his family all this time. Frankly, I doubt his veracity, but if indeed, he has that precious piece of Dead history, I see no reason why he can't choose to make money off it.

While you or I would no doubt share it with the community, he certainly has the right to do what he wants with with the tape. With all due respect, you are in no position to tell him what he should do.

Peace.

"That path is for, your steps alone."

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Whatever pomo- I'd love to

Whatever pomo- I'd love to hear other peeps weigh in on this....I may be in no position to tell him what to do, you got me there... free country, capitalism, e-bay, etc., but as far as I know, all vine posts, etc. on this site are shared and not sold. If I want to buy something like this, I'd get "Birth of the Dead" from the store.

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Your Right Salmon

Perhaps he shouldn't have posted here.
Anyway, if he really has what he says he has, it would be awesome to hear.
I would be willing to pay for it if it was cleaned up and re-mastered.

"That path is for, your steps alone."

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Absolutely

Agreed....that would be priceless fo sho...closest thing I have is "Birth of the Dead" and "Rare cuts & Oddities" which are both from that era..not Magoos though. I think Magoos was the first official Warlocks show, wasn't it?

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jerry handed him the cassette tape after the show

Yo....camaro man

They didn't have cassette tapes in 1965

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actually

I'm pretty sure I recall seeing them in that era, but they weren't common.

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cassette tapes[ candyman]

sir just wanted you to know candyman 1962 the tape was invented in the neatherlands by the phillips corp. it wasnt till 1963 they were introduced to the usa by norelco-carry-corder they had a playback speed of 1.7/8"per second recording yes they were slow the comments i made are true i'm 60 now and my brotherinlaw is 64 and he was there working for his dad since it was a family buisness called magoos pizza

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yeah

I started college in the Bay Area in '65, and the 1 7/8 ips was the rarely-seen newfangled technology on campus. But probably not at all unusual for bar bands of the era.

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