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I saw a Deadhead taper in The New York Times

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Why don’t we do it on the road?

And if you have 5 minutes to spare here, in 1985 April back at Philly Spectrum (a basketbal and hockey gym, for awhile) is Grateful Dead doing as first song of 2 hour show, “Why Don’t We Do It in … Continue reading

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Bob Weir at The Greek in 1981

I saw the Dead at the Greek about a year later, in 1982. Actually, you can listen to that show, or those shows, all 3 of them at the Achive or Dead net. I also found a stack of ticket … Continue reading

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Quodlibet w. litany

Everybody saw the sun shine, but I saw a dragon fly, while Gretchen said “butter fly” and Eva shook her tuckas, rising towards heaven — posted, May 22, added June 22 Latin what plus it pleases I got to indirectly … Continue reading

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Faking hipness with AlunaGeorge shout re FrostFest

Four of the acts I punched up from this flyer seem to not have this on their schedule, yet from where I sit at Oak Creek I can hear some loud music as if they are sound checking at nearby … Continue reading

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Michael McFaul lecture for World Affairs Council in Atherton, Calif., September, 2014

Terry and I caught an excellent lecture by Michael McFaul, of Stanford’s Hoover Institution, and the former U.S. Ambassador to Russia, for the World Affairs Council, at a private residence in Atherton, California, in September, 2014. McFaul is a Rhodes … Continue reading

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GD concert film Thursday in Mountain View

Click here to get your miracle ticket for a Grateful Dead meet-up at Mountain View Century theaters, 7:30 show, a 1972 Germany concert film. This is probably more fun that the typical Palo Alto Planning and Transportation Commission meeting, which … Continue reading

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