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    It has been pointed out that in our haste to set up regional enclaves, we neglected our neighbor north of the border. We herewith remedy this sad oversight. Heads of Canada, this is your clubhouse!

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    Take off hoser.

    Strange Brew on DVD is a must have.

  • February 1, 2021 - 10:08pm
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    vancouver island in the…

    vancouver island in the house eh

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    Hey hoser

    I hear the McKenzie Brothers are Deadheads

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    WeAre Here And Everywhere Marye!!!!

    Hey Now fella Northern headz!!!! I hail from and returned to the beautiful city of Montreal. It served as a great launching point for many Northern (Hamilton) and Northeastern (Albany Boston Buffalo) launching point for 10 known illustrious shows starting on 3.24.91 at the ripe age of 15 and sadly ending on 6.15.95. How I miss those days, everyday! But thank goodness for the internet and it’s endless golden nuggets of bliss!!! I had to take out an ad in the back of relix to trade tapes and now have thousands of hours of sbds and YouTube to keep me content, which I always have been! My intake is just more than ever. Of some things not others.... one love

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    Keeping it a-LIVE in Victoria
    We will be presenting Victoria's best Dead tribute band with a full Sixties-style analogue light show on September 29.Canadian Beauty plus Acid Rain Light Show, September 29 @ Victoria Event Centre 1415 Broad Street, Victoria. Doors 8:30, tickets $15.00 from brownpapertickets.com/event/3442201
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    Pow wows
    I've been to several of them. I was 10 and 12 years old, though. Then in '78 I had a girlfriend & roomie who was 100% Yankton Sioux. She told me some things, like there are other ceremonies that r hidden from the tourists. There are sweat lodges used for spiritual and physical healing & cleansing.There are peyote ceremonies as well. However, outsiders are not welcome. You must be a believer. If you wish to know more, read Black Elk Speaks, a book that records his visions and dreams. Mainly just be respectful. Feel the beat of the drummers (called 49ers, something to do with 1849..maybe the black hills gold?) And she told me never take her to a Cheyenne pow wow because the Sioux and Cheyenne don't get along too well. Since I'm no expert I can't give any recommendations. She was a deadhead like me, but it's not polite to speak of the dead in most Sioux Nations. So until we go to solve the great mystery, stay high and smile, smile, smile!
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    Seriously
    We know you're up there...
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    Greetings From Ottawa
    This forum seems a little dead (no pun intended) last post was may 2016. Just wanted to raise my freak flag. Im a lifelong deadhead, guitarist, bass player and turntablist and as far as I can tell the last hippy in the city of Ottawa. I make some sick dead turntable mixes. Just sayin.
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    I hope they record this!
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    Bob in Canada
    Hey check it out. bobby is playing at The Carlu in Toronto at a benefit for Einstein Legacy Project on May 15th http://www.einsteingala.com/#!register/s848q
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It has been pointed out that in our haste to set up regional enclaves, we neglected our neighbor north of the border. We herewith remedy this sad oversight. Heads of Canada, this is your clubhouse!
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Anyone out there in the Toronto area? I took a bus into the city last night for a great drum jam, felt like the Tam Tam on the beach! Cherry Beach with 100 or so people, drums, waves, sand, fire, moon and a dancing, lit-up kayak is my kind of party! I used to go to Sunday drumming in High Park in the early '90s - it's what got me into playing instruments and the rest is history... This weekly jam is an evolution of those days. It alternates between Trinity Belwoods park and Cherry Beach. Next week: Trinity! (7-11pm) Anyone else have great drumming circles where they live? Good to know about when travelling this great wide country... K
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Hi K, Sounds like fun but I can't directly help out. Though, I recommend you check out the Hillside Festival - http://www.hillsidefestival.ca - for am amazing festival at the end of July that has such activities and spontaneous jamming through the night. Great festival, went the last two years, amazing, can't make it this year. :( Oh well will find other fun, especially in August. Actually come to think of it....I am taking August off....ahhhhh! Any good festivals/concerts or other happenings worth checking out in South Western Ontario or elsewhere in August?? Peace, Playing in the Tower with Eyes on Fire in El Paso with a Cat
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très bonne photo avec MG. As-tu commencé tes préparatifs? Il reste moins d'un mois!Richard.
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Hi Playin It is hard to locate a proper list of Ontario festivals - I was having slim luck just now. http://www.festivalsandeventsontario.ca/ has many events listed but many music fests are missing. I don't have so much info on SW Ont fests but I do know that Peterborough holds our free music fest on Saturday, August 29th - a great day out and worth the travel. Salut Richard Les préparatifs ont commencé, mais le plus grand défi c'est de terminer mon emploi pour un congé de 2 mois!!!! Youpiiieee!! L'instruction, pour les folles, a certains avantages =) Je suis tellement contente de voir l'horaire du festival - il y a peu de conflits et je pourrai tout voir... presque.. maintenant j'ai seulement à gagner le concours BBQ rencontre avec les membres du groupe! Si seulement je pourrai les approcher, je suis convaincue qu'ils me laisseront chanter le soir avec eux! On peut quand même rêver... Joyeuse fin de semaine, les copains! K
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Hey Now: Any body out there see the show in Quincy in May? I was just listening to my download again..man drums was awesome, the women are smarter was an unexpected treat and box of rain was a nice closer. I didn't get my Franklins after about 13 years without a show but it was all good. It was my first show since jerry left us in the 90's and it felt like coming home. Plus, i went with a friend who had never seen the Dead back in the day and now he's on the bus. Any dead type gatherings I can find out about in Vancouver? "One watch by Night, One watch by day if you get confused listen to the music play...."
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Thanks K, I will definitely check that site out. Perhaps I can make it to Peterborough. All Smiles, Playing in the Tower with Eyes on Fire in El Paso with a Cat
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Franlinsfantastic, I do agree with your names proclamation....Franklin's Tower is fantastic!.....my earliest Frankin's memory (and strongest).....I can remember getting out of my tree at the cottage and being blown away by Franklin's Tower from Dead Set. I didn't know much about live dead performances at the time, nor did I know the song, it just got in under my skin and lifted me up higher and higher.....roll away the dew.....that makes me think of this year's Buffalo show.....the entire place lifted up into space at bunch of times......they are so good at that..... Anyway, I guess I came here just to say hi....so, hi there... Peace, Playing in the Tower with Eyes on Fire in El Paso with a Cat P.S. sorry can't help out with your Vancouver scene quest...good luck!
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Hi all, Back at the family cottage this weekend. First trip this year. Needed something extra mellow during our tidy up (as per request from my lovely wife). Well I put on American beauty. It's been a while since it struck me so.....American Beauty at the cottage.....aaaahhhhh....so perfect...anyway..... Peace, Playing in the Tower with Eyes on Fire in El Paso with a Cat
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Hey All: Well, Playing in the..thanks for sharing your Franklins story. Ya we all have some some song that just hits a certain chord and that is the one for me..love the lyrics and the help ..slip ...into.. My favorite to listen to was a show the Silver Bowl Las Vegas in 1993..i saw it live and it was the best Franklin's ever..light and dancing and magical..gives me shivers to think about it and the kindess of the strangers that were friends i hadn't met yet..great times. Nice to hear someone elses experience. Wish i sawmore shows this time around find it a little hard here up North but there is such a great network of folks on the bus like yourself makes it easier to continue to "see the light once in a while if you look at it right" ..it's a state of mind..Nothing left to do but smile smile smile... p.s still love to hear of any local events in Vancouver BC cheers and blessings ..warms my heart and fills me with many grateful memories foreverdead in vancouver :) Deadhead in Vancouver
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Hey man, Looks like I got your pseudonym (nice word eh) wrong. Frankinsfanatic vs. Franklinsfantastic. Anyway same conotation if you look at it a certain way. Thanks for the kind thoughts. Peace, Playing in the Tower with Eyes on Fire in El Paso with a Cat P.S. It's strawberry season, don't miss your local crop. It just doesn't get any better.
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Blown away by recent postings - Wow. Free to I-pod owners. Just go on the Apple site. And search for the Dead Pod. It will be well worth your time. Hosted by a guy dubbed "The professor". It starts with a breif intro and then the music plays straight through with a small closing statement. Enjoy. Peace, Playin'
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Marjelaine a trouvé ce site il y a 2 ans. GD et aussi JGB, Ratdog... Une semaine le premier set, le 2ième la semaine suivante. Excellent.Partageons l'AMOUR! Richard.
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Hey Franklin's I just had dinner at a place here in Peterborough I didn't know existed - Electric City Gardens - turns out the owner, Toby, used to also own the Naam in Kitsilano back in '74. Don't know if you've ever eaten there, but it's a pretty cool place with a longstanding good veggie vibe. Anyway, thinkin of ya! K
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Oh so nice to hear from you all. Playin in the..I enjoyed your take on my name same sentiment all the same :) funnily enuff was just talking about strawberry season with jenniferjuniper on set and she told me of a great place to pick your own in langely bc ..which i'll be doing this week. Krs10 in pbrough.. I LOVE the Naam i eat there whenever i'm in the westside of vancouver..the miso gravy makes me cry its so good.. I have friends back in peterborough..the restaurant has a great name.. bet the food is fanfreakintastic what kind of food? i;ll pass the word along. Somehow seems i hear more from my ontario bretheren than the bc folk..ahh go figure.. Happy Solstice hope to hear from you again soon. Great to hear from you all peace and blessings to you " You got a smile soo bright you know you coulda been a candle..."
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Hi Franklins Glad Naam rang a bell. The Electric City Gdns serves fairly pricey but delish entrees - Toby was trained as a steak chef but he has branched way out - he made amazing special veggie dishes for us so it's not their regular fare, but the asparagus soup was divine =) As for lack of BC heads, I think there's just very few of us here from Canada at all so we have this wide geographic spread - your arrival just extended it several hundred miles! We'll all keep working on recruiting as best we can... I'm just so freaking excited that in 4 days... "SCHOOL'S OUT FOR SUMMER!!" to quote Alice Cooper. I'm going to kick it off with a reggae gig Thursday night at the Rivoli - Dub Trinity & the Idlers double bill - if you know anyone in the TO area, send'em down - we'll be looking for a hearty dancing crowd. Then Friday night at the good ol' Red Dog, Ptbo... Canada Day in Cavan, and then OFF TO ROTHBURY!!! Yeah, summer's starting right... HAPPY SOLSTICE EVERYBODY!!!!!!!!!!!!! Love, K
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Oh. my oh my..will send some folks towards the Electric City Gardens.. Ohh would love to go to Rothbury..achhh I am geographically challlenged for that show but am already there in spirit and am soooo excited to hear what the boys play..send a note when your back. can't wait to hear of your kind adventures. May the four winds roll you safely home... blessings from a girl in bc who wishes to be going to rothbury..
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Hi all Canadian Heads (especially those in or near Toronto), Looking for a fun trip this weekend? A good friend and I caught this act at the Hillside Festival (Guelph) last year . This is not something to be missed. “Introducing Sir Jerry” – This is the real Magical Mystery Tour With Mr. Fantastic on guitar and the beautiful dancing girls for your pleasure (please give my best to the girls, I’m still in love) This $5.00 trip is sure to please........ Buy the ticket.....Take the ride............... more details at: www.sir-jerry.com (This site takes a long time to load - but well worth it!) All the best, Playing in the Tower with Eyes on Fire in El Paso with a Cat
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sounds like yall had a great time @ the shows. Still haven't learned French, but hope my honary citizenship is still in good order! xoxoxo Gypsy Cowgirl
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Demain, c'est la "Fête Nationale du Québec"! Congé payé. On va écouter du rock en québécois!"Chu parti du Québec en criant ROCK AND ROLLLLLLL.... Partageons l'AMOUR! Richard et la famille.
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So How can we deadheads Asturies enter in the deadheads around the world espace?cozmicfolkfan
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Dear cozmicfolkfan, Greatings and salutations, On behalf of myself and all peace loving Canandians please join us. If you are looking for a site for a new country or region, I think you best contact Marye (I believe she sets up all the sites). Not sure what the right route is, though if you click on her name (at the top of all forum pages) and send a request via a "personal message" to her that she will be more that happy to set you and your regional dead heads. Hope that's what you were looking for. Peace, Playing in the Tower with Eyes on Fire in El Paso with a Cat Dear Gypsy Cowgirl, Nice to here your imagined voice in my head again. And, yes I assure you that all the paperwork is still in order. Yes personally I certainly had a fantastic experience at the Buffalo show. Peace, Playin' P.S. I still havn't learned french either!
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Thanks Playin´ be sure that our cup will be full again. I will allways be very close to Canada cause the two first songs I lerant to play with mi guitar were Helpless and Four Strong Winds. I will contacta with Marie. Thanks again.cozmicfolkfan
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I think Canada's the only individual country, rather than region or continent, that has its own topic; for the moment I'd suggest heading over to Deadheads of Europe, where they'll be thrilled to have another Head from Spain join the party.
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marye tiena rason! Vayas al Deadheads of Europe, y unirte á la divirsíon. ********************************** Clothes make the man. Naked people have little or no influence on society. Mark Twain
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Hi Mary, I see you are Mary not Marve (as it looked to me while underlined). Now you are the mysterious Mary, not the mysterious Marve, who works her magic though the forums. Playin' *@*@*@*@*@* Cozmicfolkfan, You're quite welcome. Thanks for sharing your Canadian connection. I like those songs too! Peace, Playing in the Tower with Eyes on Fire in El Paso with a Cat
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yeah, probably wouldn't answer to Marve...
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Chris, As your attorney I advise you to drive extremely fast and we'll sort out the details later. Playin' (with some help from Hunter Thompson and his attorney (likely Samoan))
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howdy just wondered if there's any dead heads in b.c adios
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Hi buddies! No, I didn't spontaneously combust at Rothbury, nor did I fall off the edge of the earth, though I came close... Went to the furthest place East in North America - Cape Spear, Newfoundland, as part of our maritimes family vacation part 2. I've been on perpetual holiday since the last time we spoke. Our launching point was Sackville NB for a Canadian Studies conference at Mount Allison. Hit the north shore of Nova Scotia, went to a Ceilidh in Mabou, went round the Cabot Trail in Cape Breton Highlands Nat'l Park, took the ferry to Newfoundland where we partied in St. John's with our buddies' reggae band, the Idlers (St. John's is probably my favourite Canadian city now - this visit was very convincing), drove to the west coast of NL to hike up the Gros Morne and ogle at the gorgeous mountains. Delayed 11h waiting for the ferry back to N. Sydney, went to the Alexander Graham Bell museum in Baddeck, Cape Breton (amazing mind - what an innovator - he's my new hero), over the bridge to PEI, then burned it back through N.B. and Quebec and now we're back home in beautiful Peterborough! I loved swimming in the ocean again, and this time not as cold as on the south shore of NS! So I promised you all a Rothbury update. So I will deliver if you've got the time... Big, fat, yummy 4 days. Couldn't see and do it all, but we shure as hell tried... I think it's too much to post here, so I was inspired to create a blog ... I'm kind of excited - I started with coverage of MSG and will add Rothbury in the next couple of days. My address is: http://sseeeeiinnggddoouubbllee.blogspot.com/ I think this is a good option as I can add photos and blab on as long as I want. I hope you are all having a great summer - though topsy-turvy - cold and rainy in Ontario, hot and dry with fires on the West coast. Westsiderider: there is another BC head here - FranklinsFanatic. Check out the previous posts to hook up. Good to be back - I missed you guys. Love, K
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Bonjour Kirsten, tu as l'air d'avoir fait un beau voyage. Je suis passé par St-John quand je tournais avec les Grands Ballets Canadiens. Moi aussi j'ai adoré. Je me rappelle des jams guitares-mandolines l'après-midi dans les bars. Les gens y sont vraiment sympathiques.Pour moi, les (courtes) vacances c'est la semaine prochaine. Long wek-end dans la ville de Québec. Visite au musée et assister à la projection du "Moulin à image"de Robert Lepage (il s'agit d,une manière de light-show sur un building de 600 pieds de long) sont déjà planifiés. Maintenant, je vais visiter ton blog. A la prochaine, Richard.
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Heureuse de reprendre l'interlocution. Pour toi, les vacances s'agissent d'une collaboration avec une vedette du théâtre - Lepage - wow, t'es chanceux. J'adore la projection sur l'écran urbain - ça me fait penser de mon enfance quand mes parents organisaient des festivals de rue où l'on présentaient des films sur les murs du centreville. Affichez des photos SVP! Merci d'avoir visité mon nouveau blog - j'espère être capable d'offrir un commentaire pertinent, si personnel. Bonnes vacances et amusez-vous bien au capital. K
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Hi everybody, I wanted to post it in the Memorial section, but I thought it might be better received here... My great uncle died on Friday - he was the closest thing I had to a Grandpa. He was also a famous Canadian: Ted "Teeder" Kennedy played for the Leafs from '43-'57, he was their captain, 5-time Stanley Cup champion and winner of the Hart trophy. He was 83 and had a very good life, was adored by all of us kids, and was just the most gentle soul you'd ever meet. He will be sorely missed by our family and many hockey fans. If you want to check out a great video interview, go to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P5BuUysYEeM I didn't even know there was video footage of him. He was a team player... maybe he helped instill in me my strong interest in collectivity and collaboration =) An inspiring character for sure - I feel lucky to have known him. K
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Dear K,Sorry to hear of the loss of your great uncle. I recentlky lost a great uncle and aunt (one month a part). They were a great inspiration to me and many others. They were two of the most loving and inclusive people I have ever met. I am lucky and enriched to have been included in their lives. On a lighter note, it looks like we are all on summer vacation.....weee. Well I must get back at it. K, I'll check out that blog of yours in September when I need a break from things, until then its back to vacation for me!!!!!! P.S. I enjoyed reading the book "In search for the Sound" by Phil Lesh. It opened my eyes a little wider to this group, the music, the experimentation of the Haight Days and the members of the band. Thinking of Phil, makes me smile. Peace. All the Best, Playing in the Tower with Eyes on Fire in El Paso with a Cat
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Holidays are wrapping up, and I'm feeling fresh & sparkly. Hope you've all been enjoying a bit of good weather while you can. Thanks Playin for your kind words - feeling for you too. Just started my Rothbury coverage on the blog: http://sseeeeiinnggddoouubbllee.blogspot.com/ Check it out and thanks for waiting! K
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...and representing Halifax. Made it to Buffalo this year with some old friends; great time. Must've had the soundboard recording in my vehicle for a good several weeks afterward. My recollections of being a Canadian Head were the humourous but good-natured exchanges with American Heads and venue staff who didn't quite grasp the geographic realities of getting around the country during tour time. Like, "You're from Nova Scotia?!? That's practically up in Canada, isn't it?" I remember one time for the Alpine Valley run in the late 80's, a guy the next car over thought he'd like to do the following show in Toronto by driving across the northern shore of Lake Superior instead of the more direct route via Chicago-Detroit. "Well, it's a great drive, and full points for your sense of adventure, but Kingswood's the day after tomorrow. You'd pretty much have to duck out during tonight's encore, and drive non-stop for the next 30 hours." Mind you, it had its advantages. Like one time I missed the GDTS lottery for a Hampton run, and instead ordered direct from the Coliseum. Then calling up later to check on the status of my order, the lady on the phone exclaiming to her co-workers in the box-office "It's the boy from Nova Scotia calling about his tickets!" ( I guess they didn't get too many).
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Hi and Welcome Great that you're representing Halifax here - now we're spanning coast-to-coast. Was just there in July, caught a bit of Jazz Fest and the Tall Ships - great to be back in one of my favourite cities again. What is your work there, paid or otherwise? I like your funny description of American heads being oblivious to our geography .. I guess many Americans have no reason to learn much about Canada, it's just hicksville to them. Some are great appreciators and travel up here, but the vastness can catch first-timers by surprise. Glad you're here - feel free to post as often as you like. We're still a pretty small group, but good company. K
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K, Nicely done and wow! Check out K's blog on Rothbury ------ amazing! http://sseeeeiinnggddoouubbllee.blogspot.com/ I am positively glowing after spending some time there. smiles and more smiles. Happy friendly freaks everywhere! Peace, Love and all the good things, Playing in the Tower with Eyes on Fire in El Paso with a Cat
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Hello, friends! Just return from Egypt. I was at Gizah Sound and Light Theater. Magical place! I looking for some GD recordings. If anyone can send me CD-R or DVD-R with stuff it would be very nice. Please, don't sent me links for downloading.
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have arrived in Toronto for hallowe'enwant to share all that i've seen not really sure where i should go 'cause this just ain't no Oakland show but a gracious city nonetheless have brought some gifts from the west
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And we even have a Grateful Dead cover band 'Dustcover'. They played for free in the park at a Harvest Fest in Sept. It was great. Are there any deadheads in Vancouver? There must be as we had a great hippie population historically. I haven't been able to find any but they must be out there. peace, Longrifle
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Hi my Canadian brothers and sisters :)
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Welcome home!
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Hi Richard and all, Just saying hi. Wish we had a GD cover band around I could use a night out like that. Oh well, hopefully the boys will be back next spring! Lately been having fun jamming out Fire on the Mountain and Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad and Friend of the Devil. Come to think of it I could be in a GD cover band. Maybe further on down the road.............we are also playing Superstition, Jumping Jack Flash, Take Me to The River, Cinnamon Girl and the Weight (ahhh the Weight)..... Keep smiling friendly folk. Peace, Playing in the Tower with Eyes on Fire in El Paso with a Cat P.S. thanks Longrifle for the name of that cover band "Dustcover". I'll see if I can find them on the web. I hope they tour out this way. :)
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Things look good for you, so as for me. Peace, Richard.
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Greetings Can-head friends, old and new... I miss reading of your whereabouts and I'm glad some new folk have dropped by this page. Is anyone heading out to NY for the Furthur shows? (Not me this time) poetprince: when in Toronto, look up the Caution Jam. There's lots of good music in the city, but that band is particularly Dead-icated. Say hi to the guitarist, Eric, and tell him Kirsten sent you. =) How long are you around? Richard & Playing in the Tower with Eyes on Fire in El Paso with a Cat: J'espere que ca va bien, les camarades. I really hope things are super fine with you both. I am teaching full-time (good) but my contract will end soon (also good). I'm looking forward to a bit of breathing space and freedom for music and thinking and such. Hope your fall was as rich and warm as mine! See you soon in e-dead land... A bientot, K
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Salut, je suis de retour à l'Opéra. De ce temps-ci, c'est "La Flûte Enchantée", dans un décor de l'Opéra de San Francisco. Il y a maintenant un éclair à 13 pointes dessiné à l'arrière du décor. Mtl DeadHead style.A bientôt, Richard.