1971 Live/Dead Show Study

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Forensicdoceleven is working on a project and would like some help: "Ambitious study of all 1971 Dead shows based on available facts and recollections of concert attendees. Need to hear from everyone/anyone who attended Dead shows in 1971, especially obscure, out-of-the-way locations...."

Would-be Author Seeks Your Thoughts

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From AParr: Hey Folks! So... I've got an idea for a GD-related book, and want to get feedback from everyone in terms of whether you'd be at all interested in contributing to, or ultimately buying such a book. I love reference books of all kinds, am a huge travel nut, and obviously a Deadhead.

Thanksgiving 2014: What Are We Grateful For?

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Here in the U.S., tomorrow's a big day of feasting and appreciation amid gatherings of our loved ones. Things may not be just exactly perfect, but lots of us have a lot to be thankful for these days also. Pull up a chair and tell us about it. Have some Sage and Spirit dressing with that...

The Show I'm Still Sorry I Missed

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Over in the Dave's Picks 12 thread, there's a discussion going on about people's first concerts, with some great stories attached. Rolling Stones! KISS! Yanni! And yet, here we all are. This got me to thinking that there were probably equally great stories attached to shows we're still bummed about missing--whether because we weren't born yet or just couldn't make it at the time. These days there are many recordings of all kinds of live performances; which ones make you wish you'd been there? Dead shows, not Dead shows. Any era whose music you like...

The Song I Can't Get Out of My Head...

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We've got your radio threads, your threads about what's on your various devices, your thread about what you're listening to right now. Now it's time for the thread about the song (loved or hated) that has taken up residence in your brain and hidden the off button.