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Thursday, July 24, 2014

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We highly recommend a visit to:
The Official Grateful Dead Site

David Dodd's Annotated Grateful Dead Lyrics

A work in progress
By David Dodd,
1997-98 Research Associate,
Music Dept., Univ. of Calif. at Santa Cruz;
Branch Manager, Civic Center Branch
of the Marin County Free Library.
Project begun: January, 1995.

Haight-Ashbury in the Sixties  
A celebration of the people,
music, art and events.


LISTEN to The Dead ON THE WEB
  
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9 pm ET  Grateful Dead Hour with David Gans  &  
10 pm ET  Dead Air with "Uncle" Dave
times shown are -05:00 Coordinated Universal Time
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Alex Allen's Grateful Dead Lyric And Song Finder
Very useful, finely polished - EXCEPTIONAL TOOL !!

 

In 1971 the band put a notice on
their "Grateful Dead" album jacket:

DEAD FREAKS UNITE
Who are you?
Where are you?
How are you?
send us your name and address
and we'll keep you informed
Dead Heads
P.O. Box 1065
San Rafael, California 94915

We have tried to share with you
through our Newsletters what
has transpired since then.

 

 
  • Owsley recounts the creation of the SYF LOGO
Download Sockwave Flash D e a d L e g s . c o m: Dead bootlegs, streaming audio. Archived by decade. 

Listen while you . . . check out these links!

THE MERRY BAND OF PRANKSTERS LOOK FOR A KOOL PLACE
1965, Furthur, Neal Cassady at the wheel, rapping and rolling - 
Yes! It's the movie you thought you would never see!

When they began playing electric instruments in 1965 they dubbed themselves the Warlocks, but finding the name already in use, they thumbed through a dictionary until they stumbled on "grateful dead,  defined as a traditional British folk ballad in which a person helps a ghost who has recently died find peace."

Jerry's Death  Article from The Detroit News (By Steve Hochman Special to the Los Angeles Times)

 



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