"yes, for those who were Deadheads at the time of Workingman's Dead and American Beauty (circa 1970), they opened our eyes to this beautiful music...and also Garcia playing pedal steel with NRPS, and the country songs the Dead made cool...to…"
"I saw that tour also...at Madison Sq Gdn, and have some good photos I took at the show (if I knew where they were in some carton in the basement)...great tour..very memorable...also saw John Lennon and the Elephants Memory Ono Band at the Gdn...good…"
"Years ago had backstage pass to Grateful Dead at Red Rocks... after "hello"...then what?...so we headed back out to the audience and loved the show... yep..so...awkwardness.... perhaps meeting artists in a more social event would be…"
"so hard..First...put Dylan in his own category, then move ahead...
Don't forget John Prine..what a master of words...and joni Mitchell, naster of metaphor...robert hunter yes, although he liberally lifts from public domain and folklore on some…"
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