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    Grateful Dead Hour no. 763

    Week of May 5, 2003

    By request, second of four Grateful Dead Hours presenting the complete GD concert of April 3, 1990 in Atlanta. Enjoy!

    Grateful Dead 4/3/90 The Omni, Atlanta
    PICASSO MOON
    TENNESSEE JED
    PROMISED LAND

    Grateful Dead, View from the Vault vol. 4 Soundtrack
    THROWING STONES->
    NOT FADE AWAY
    FRIEND OF THE DEVIL
    MINGLEWOOD BLUES

    Every Wednesday, we post a program from the Grateful Dead Hour archives for your enjoyment and enlightenment. You can browse or search the playlists at gdhour.com or on the GD Hour Search page, and let me know what program(s) you'd like to hear by emailing me at gdhour@dead.net.

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  • wilfredtjones
    10 years 9 months ago
    jerry stamps
    I have an uncut sheet of Jerry stamps from Tanzania (thanks trish). They're about 15-20 years old.
  • adamz
    10 years 9 months ago
    stamps from somewhere
    I have Garcia stamps from Lithuania maybe? late 1980's vintage. US wont get it together. It takes an act of congress to decide on a stamp.
  • slo lettuce
    10 years 10 months ago
    great idea, grizzly!...
    I agree. And at least 4 separate images would be a great idea too. They could make an even bigger profit margin if they kept the price the same as the forever stamps, but only made the stamps the size of tabs. A true collector's item. Completely lickable, of course.{%};))......not the self-adhesive type. Oddly enough, from what I could find, if you want to suggest something or complain to the US Postal Service, you need to write a letter and send it - with appropriate postage - to DC as "phone and email options are limited". Who would've guessed ?!!! Still, a great idea. **Or, a mailing of a colorful and artistic envelope with your suggestions to: US Postal Service Office of the Consumer Advocate 475 L'Enfant SW, RM 4012 Washington DC, 20260-2200 ...might just be the ticket. (the branch "to respond to consumer needs and requests")
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Week of May 5, 2003

By request, second of four Grateful Dead Hours presenting the complete GD concert of April 3, 1990 in Atlanta. Enjoy!

Grateful Dead 4/3/90 The Omni, Atlanta
PICASSO MOON
TENNESSEE JED
PROMISED LAND

Grateful Dead, View from the Vault vol. 4 Soundtrack
THROWING STONES->
NOT FADE AWAY
FRIEND OF THE DEVIL
MINGLEWOOD BLUES

Every Wednesday, we post a program from the Grateful Dead Hour archives for your enjoyment and enlightenment. You can browse or search the playlists at gdhour.com or on the GD Hour Search page, and let me know what program(s) you'd like to hear by emailing me at gdhour@dead.net.

Thank you for listening!

- David Gans
Producer/host

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I think it's high time that the Post Office issue a stamp to honor the contributions to American music and culture made by Jerry Garcia. We all know now that addiction is a disease...Jerry never hurt anyone but himself. There have been plenty of stamps issued for folks who were addicts and/or alcoholics...Elvis, Miles Davis, Bing Crosby..who not only was alcoholic but regularly beat his wife and children, Billy Holliday, Joseph Cotten, Judy Garland, Spencer Tracy...the list goes on. maybe this could be the place where people gather to share ideas about who to contact. Jerry was a major talent, and had a huge impact on millions of Americans, even now after he's gone. Anybody got any ideas?
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I agree with you on the Garcia postage stamp. They could release it in a series of 4 different images to avoid arguments over the young thin Garcia vs. the older larger Garcia. If I remember correctly, that happened with Elvis? Has the postal service been releasing new stamps since the announcement of their financial woes?
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they could finance by advance subscription, no problem!
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I agree. And at least 4 separate images would be a great idea too. They could make an even bigger profit margin if they kept the price the same as the forever stamps, but only made the stamps the size of tabs. A true collector's item. Completely lickable, of course.{%};))......not the self-adhesive type. Oddly enough, from what I could find, if you want to suggest something or complain to the US Postal Service, you need to write a letter and send it - with appropriate postage - to DC as "phone and email options are limited". Who would've guessed ?!!! Still, a great idea. **Or, a mailing of a colorful and artistic envelope with your suggestions to: US Postal Service Office of the Consumer Advocate 475 L'Enfant SW, RM 4012 Washington DC, 20260-2200 ...might just be the ticket. (the branch "to respond to consumer needs and requests")
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I have Garcia stamps from Lithuania maybe? late 1980's vintage. US wont get it together. It takes an act of congress to decide on a stamp.
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I have an uncut sheet of Jerry stamps from Tanzania (thanks trish). They're about 15-20 years old.