Forget doing anything together.
DG: And I guess there was a point in their history when it became a job.
Hard drugs had chased out the soft, as they had begun to do inside the Grateful Dead organization.Grateful Dead, What A Long Strange Trip: The Stories Behind Every Song.It came from the Nazis.DG: They really are the sort of grandparents of a whole generation of young bands.I mean, you can't *play* for the audience, you"ve got to play for yourself and your mates." I'm surprised by this response, which sounds like heresy coming from a band whose symbiotic relationship with its fans is nonpareil.An uncorrected proof, in paperback, was purchased in March, 1999.
What right does any society have to just go end the lives - in a blink of an eye - end the lives of innocent people who have nothing whatsoever to do with this geopolitical struggle.
In The Spirit: Conversations With The Spirit Of Jerry Garcia - Wendy Weir (Harmony Books, a division of Crown/Random House, 1999) A compilation of conversations which psychic Wendy Weir, the sister of Bob Weir, has had with.
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Then he says, really all you can do is try to find a little corner there for yourself, meaning yourself collectively; he did not mean myself, Jerry Garcia - he meant my world, my society.The old question right now I think is still very important: can we change what's going on?I think you're right when you talk about her existing in between the zones of the band and the audience, and I think her deepest allegiances were with the audience, is my feeling.And it's clear that what was happening was the ecstasy was still there, and those of us who were habituated to it were still able to get what we wanted from.And then when it was embraced, perhaps - I can't speak to this, because I don't have the experience, and I'm not a Deadhead, but when it was embraced over and over again, again as a kind of a mantra, was it practiced?In fact, everybody was hanging on their teddy bears, whatever they were.