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A Conversation From Long Ago

With all the crap that this generation of Narcissuc calls music, Garcia and Wales remind me of a golden time. I interviewed Garcia in 1972 and he called "Hooteroll," "some loose threads that evolved into very tight jams . . ." The brilliant horn section, the swirling Hammond D-3, Garcia's guitar noodles -- soon you are listening in liminal time. iTunes should have a designation for "classic must have" music.

The Music Never Stopped

This is true for Garcia during the mid-seventies even with the Grateful Dead in semi-retirement 74-75,Garcia played many side projects and produced numerous studio albums and film. This album is a classic. Another is "Rolling Thunder" by Mickey Hart which is yet to make an appearence on Itunes. This expanded version has added clarity and tunes.

Hands down, one of the greatest!

I've been looking for this record/Cd for over 15 to 20 years now… I've only seen it in print once (CD)…. I almost fell out of my chair when I saw that iTunes had it.
This is one of the greatest albums of all time… listen to it from beginning to end, every time!


Born: August 1, 1942 in San Francisco, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s

Guitarist, singer, and songwriter Jerry Garcia was best known as a founding member of the Grateful Dead, the rock band for which he served as de facto leader for 30 years, from 1965 until his death in 1995. Concurrently for much of that time, he also led his own Jerry Garcia Band (JGB), and he performed and recorded in a variety of configurations and a variety of styles, particularly styles of folk and country music, sometimes switching to banjo or pedal steel guitar for the purpose. But the Grateful...
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