Sunday, April 12, 2009

There's nothing like a...

One of the more awesome things the NY Times has done recently: a fan-supplied pictorial album of the Grateful Dead. I would definitely display one of those "There's nothing like a Grateful Dead concert" bumper stickers on my Corolla if I had actual firsthand knowledge of whether or not that statement is true. Whatever the case, Live in Europe '72 is great.
There's also an article on Satyajit Ray, creator of the Apu trilogy, which is just as good as Star Wars.

4 Comments:

Blogger Huevos McGringo said...

i'll hate on jam bands just like any other sensible person. but workingman's dead is a GREAT record.

4/13/2009 10:58 AM  
Blogger Ahab said...

That's pretty good. There should be more pics of the parking lot scene and people freaking out dancing to really paint an accurate picture. And of course a whole helluva lot of dope smoking.

One from the Vault is the shit.

4/13/2009 4:36 PM  
Blogger Huevos McGringo said...

MC2, kenny speaks from experience. he actually followed the dead for the entire '72 tour.

4/15/2009 11:30 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Kenny played djembe drums with the Dead when they were called the Warlocks on the Haight in early '66. Kenny was there at the beginning!

Signed,

the Poet

4/15/2009 2:02 PM  

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