Hard to believe that I haven’t done a special entry for the dear Dead. They remain a feature of my everyday life, lodged in some 20GB (thanks Charlie) of my IPOD which, in turn, is lodged in the glove box of my car. I get a little lift every time I go to work and a little “return to sanity” on the drive back. All that in 20 minutes. But that’s enough to adjust my mood! I can still see myself dancing and sweating at shows. Will it ever stop? Ha! Long live the Dead.
The (Grateful) Dead
by Minter Dial | Mar 21, 2007 | Entertainment | 2 comments
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Well done Minter. Some things are timeless. Dark Star Orchestra was just in Europe and they are getting very very good….for those of you who are overseas and jonesing.
aaaah, i remember well.
i still listen to the boys on a regular basis.
can’t get enough. i miss the whole scene.
fyi, Bob Weir was in town last month playing with his band, Rat Dog, at the Beacon Theatre in NYC.
heard it was a great show. sorry i missed it.
fare thee well…