Saturday, September 28, 2013
If you've ever been touched by Jerry Garcia's music and/or that of the Grateful Dead, please do tell: www.BeenJerified.com www.BeenJerryfied.com
The World can get happier and healthier also once I get www.Jerrycise.com together.
Finally, if you love Bobby Weir of the grateful dead, Stay Tuned for my new website www.WeirEveryWhere.com
The State of Minnesota unjustly stole my FREEDOM. While I had my liberty, I enjoyed attending Grateful Dead Concerts like this one I was at on July 19, 1989 at Alpine Valley Music Theatre in East Troy, WI.
Jerry Garcia described the experience as the last "Frontier" in America, and Bill Walton described The Grateful Dead Concert experience best: "A Celebration of Life."
Here's the link to perhaps the most incredible "Morning Dew" the Grateful Dead ever played:
http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=nkjGMUjaSmA 3/24/86 Philadelphia, PA Spectrum: Home of Dr. J
I was at this show as part of the Spring Tour I was attending, which included a 3-Show run in Hampton, Virginia 3/19-21/86. Here's the Second Set from 3/21/86...a little rough but Classic Dead!
Here's links to a 3-Show run I attended in Las Vegas, NV on May 29-31, 1992:
What's to be found, racing around,
You carry your pain wherever you go.
Full of the blues and trying to lose
You ain't gonna learn what you don't want to know
We used to play for silver
Now we play for life
One's for Sport
And one's for blood at the point of a knife
Once in a while you get shown the light
In the strangest of places if you look at it right
Strangers stopping strangers, just to shake their hand
Everybody's playing in the Heart of Gold Band
I've experienced the bliss of Freedom/Liberty and the abyss of False Imprisonment.
HERE'S WHAT I HAD ON THE WALL OF EVERY JAIL/PRISON/MSOPrison I RESIDED IN: