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hello, i'm new here and have been into the dead for a little while now. Having completely eaten up live/dead and various other random live takes and recordings here and there, i was interested in buying another live album from the dead and was wondering what your opinions or suggestions would be. At present i'm at a three way tie between the movie soundtrack, rockin the rhein and steppin out. Any help would be much appreciated, cheers.

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Been quiet lately...

SO- roll call for Greensboro, NC! My brother and I will most definitely be there. We may or may not have an extra ticket or two, we'll see.

Any Greensboro natives that can give us the lowdown on the venue?

If you're going to this show, post here!

So like, first Dead tour in awhile, I'm thinking we'll definitely get a Jack Straw. Scarlet > Fire OR Estimated > Eyes would be nice...both would be superb. I'd love to see them bust out a Brent tune (Blow Away, perhaps?) or some of the more obscure and neglected songs, like Reuben and Cerise, Hey Little One, etc. etc.

great googly moogly, here it is!
let there be songs to fill the air
So my friend and I went back to Plan A with the matching lyrics, but I appreciate the suggestions from the other day! but in any event, just in case you're interested, here is the final product...

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hey guys, looking for some suggestions...
so I'm getting a tattoo on saturday with my best friend. they are matching... of a Jose Posada skeleton and traditional style roses, with a banner with some grateful dead lyrics. Originally we had placed "maybe it was the roses" in the banner... but I had recently changed mine to "let there be songs to fill the air." Now my friend has decided she wanted to keep "maybe it was the roses," so now I was just thinking about whether or not I would want something else. I've been letting the dead sing to me nonstop for a few days... but I was just wondering if you all wanted to share your favorite lyric/quote. obviously I will be the one to choose what I want in the end, but since there's just sooo much music, I just want to be sure I didn't miss anything to consider! I'm running out of time D:

thanks guys, peace!

edit.... I thought maybe it would be helpful if I put some of the things that have been floating in my head...

-Maybe it Was the Roses

-Let there be songs to fill the air.

-Every silver linings got a touch of grey

-If you get confused listen to the music play.

-All he's lost he shall regain

-Speeding Arrow, Sharp and Narrow

-Like a steam locomotive, rolling down the track

-If I had the world to give;
-But I will give what love I have to give;
-If I had a Star to Give

-this is all a dream we dreamed one afternoon long ago

(I can't narrow this one down, agh!)
-Just a box of rain, wind and water
Believe it if you need it, if you don't just pass it on
Sun and shower, Wind and rain
in and out the window, like a moth before a flame

-Going where the wind goes, Blooming like a red rose

-So the kids they dance And shake their bones

-Rain gonna come but the rain gonna go

-wade in the water and never get wet

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orange love

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Guy is the man

Guy is the man
"Happy New Year, everybody!! Hope and change are in the air! So what better way to kick off 2009 than to confirm what’s been buzzing in the rumor mill for some time: The Dead will be touring for the first time in more than four years, with nearly twenty shows spread across a month from mid-April through mid-May! Details will be announced here soon, so keep your eyes on dead.net!

The lineup for this edition of The Dead will be the same one that rocked the house at Penn State last fall at the Obama benefit: The Core Four of Phil Lesh, Bob Weir, Mickey Hart and Bill Kreutzmann, joined by guitar monster Warren Haynes and RatDog keyboard ace Jeff Chimenti (both veterans of the 2004 Dead "Wave That Flag" tour). The mood of the band for this Spring Fling is way up, so it’s sure to be a great tour!

Dead.net will be your official hub for ALL news about the tour, including dates and ticket info... and perhaps even a few surprises along the way!

So gas up the Tourmobile, get out that really wild tie-dye--you know, the one with the red spiral melting into the purple and green that’s in a heap of clothes in the back of your closet--and start getting into Show Shape!

You know it’s gonna get stranger, so let’s get on with the show...

dates/venues at: http://dead.net/dead09

Jerry Garcia - colored pencil

I drew this a little while ago, and haven't had a chance to post... but I thought you guys would appreciate it. A phycedelic look at Jerry and the way he sees things. Hope you are all having an awesome holiday season! Toke it up and enjoy the family and friends. They're the most important things in life! Mwah.
8 1/2 x 11 on recycled paper

For those of you who may want a closer look, I have a larger image of this same drawing in my personal journal, so check it out of you're interested! Love.


Fall & Holiday Sale
BECR - Hidaka strike a pose
I have quite a lot of goods up for sale including a very colorful Grateful Dead tie-dye XL shirt "Bear Jamboree". You can check out anything and everything here. Thanx for looking!

Hey fellow dead fans
Hey I was just wondering if anyone else has ever heard of the website Superhippie.com Write back and let me know what you think about the website.


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