Acoustic Oasis Offers “X-Large” Serving of The Pizza Tapes: Download Series Kicks Off with Expanded Garcia-Grisman-Rice Clas

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Some of the best music Jerry Garcia made in the 1990s came out of acoustic sessions at mandolin maestro David Grisman’s Marin County recording studio, Dawg Music. During Jerry’s lifetime, there were the warm and wonderful Jerry Garcia/David Grisman and Not for Kids Only; then several fine posthumous releases, including Shady Grove, So What, Been All Around This World and The Pizza Tapes.

Jerry's Back, and We've Got Him!

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It’s been a long, long time since there’s been a Jerry Garcia music release, but the good news is that a new day is dawning, the pipeline to the Garcia vault is open again, and we hope to offer you quality JG tunes as often as we can! Dead.net, in conjunction with the recently formed Garcia Family LLC (mainly Jerry’s daughters), are pleased to announce their exclusive partnership, and to celebrate the occasion, we’re picking up right we left off—with a new addition to the popular “Pure Jerry” series.

Jerry on Guitar Player Cover, October 1978

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marye says:

 

This interview dates from a couple years before I got on the bus, so I first read it much after the fact, by which time the magazine had long since run out of back issues and was reduced to selling photocopies. I bought one.

 

Years passed and I met Jon Sievert, who had taken the photo, one of my all-time favorites, as the magazine's staff photographer. He gave me the sad news that the negatives were long gone and I could not buy a photo, but he kindly did some scrounging and found me a copy of the actual magazine.