Grateful dead


Last week I posted the following comment on Classical music runs away to join the circus:
Other blogs are making much today of the rumoured 'death' of the Decca label. It is a non-story for me.
More on that non-story here. If a search engine brought you to this post, all is not lost.

Heads-up credit Antoine Leboyer. Image of Grateful Dead concert card for their gigs on January 24-26, 1969 at the Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco from oldhandbills.com. Any copyrighted material on these pages is included as "fair use", for the purpose of study, review or critical analysis only, and will be removed at the request of copyright owner(s). Report broken links, missing images and errors to - overgrownpath at hotmail dot co dot uk

Comments

pathogan said…
...and on top of the circus like atmosphere,the main thing about a Grateful Dead concert was the simple fact that it was FUN.Wonderful, sweetly ridiculous fun.Don't know,but all the brow knitters seem to miss this part of the equation.
Pliable said…
... the simple fact that it was FUN. Wonderful, sweetly ridiculous fun.Don't know,but all the brow knitters seem to miss this part of the equation.

http://www.overgrownpath.com/2008/05/danger-musicians-having-fun.html

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