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    EMOTO previously turned us on to this site. Thanks to him

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    My pleasure! Sharing the music is always good.

    Having this resource has transformed my boring daily winter commute in the Jeep. Seems like I listen to a new CD every day.
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    My Bike - Lazy Lightning

    Now it's official:
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    Lazy Lightning

    Nice!

    I had the following plate on my road trip cage for a long, long time:

    DADARAN

    The license plate frame around it said: "HINT: Better head back to Tennessee Jed".

    Our road trip mantra...

    Still haven't figured out the 'perfect' plate for my scoot yet. Five letters/numbers makes it tougher.

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    Boy, Marty, I know the song well, but DADARAN beats the heck outta me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emoto
    Boy, Marty, I know the song well, but DADARAN beats the heck outta me!

    Here's another hint, one of my all-time favorite Dead plates is "WALSTIB". DADARAN is similar.

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    Dude, you're killing me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Calnalu
    Here's another hint, one of my all-time favorite Dead plates is "WALSTIB". DADARAN is similar.

    Ok, I figured out walstib as a cliche, but still don;t understand dadaran.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Emoto
    Ok, I figured out walstib as a cliche, but still don;t understand dadaran.

    Didn't mean to cause you a day's worth of stress about this

    OK, last hint: "Law come to get you if you don't walk right."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Calnalu
    Didn't mean to cause you a day's worth of stress about this

    OK, last hint: "Law come to get you if you don't walk right."

    Marty

    AHA!!!!

    I get it now.

    OIAWYCGSTLITSOPIYLAIR



    And, I forgot to say before, Bob, VERY COOL plate!!!
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    You guys are killing me - DADARAN? Won't fit on an AZ bike plate - only 5 characters allowed!

    And BTW - the Dead will live on long after Pink Floyd is forgotten......

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    Pink who?

    Careful with that axe, Eugene!
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    Hi, and welcome to Grateful Dead Flash #22

    in case you guys didn't get this....sorry the links don't work....

    Hi, and welcome to Grateful Dead Flash #22

    ON THE ROAD (AGAIN)

    RatDog:
    As this issue of the Flash hits cyberspace, RatDog is 10 days into a tour - the buzz is loud and extremely positive - and now hitting the East Coast. If you can't get to a show, go to munckmusic.com and get a live CD.
    Tour Dates and info.

    Just announced: RatDog will be playing at Bonnaroo this summer!
    For more information go to: www.bonnaroo.com

    Hydra featuring Mickey Hart and Particle:
    Simultaneously, our own Mickey Hart has joined up with an electronic/jam-rock outfit called Particle to form Hydra, and they'll kick off their tour in Santa Cruz on April 7th.
    Schedule, photos and much more ... HERE


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    NEW MUSIC and OTHER STUFF
    Recent releases and new Almanac items currently available at the GD Online Store

    Grateful Dead - Rare Cuts and Oddities/1966:
    Our esteemed archivist, David Lemieux, started digging into the reeeaally old corner of the vault, and found some genuinely off-the-wall songs recorded by the Dead in 1966. Somehow, we doubt you ever heard "Gangster of Love" before. Rare Cuts and Oddities/1966 is amazing stuff -
    check it out ...

    2005 Jammys:
    Finally, it's not too late to get your vote in on the Jammys (in New York on April 26th, m.c.'d by Phil, and with the "GD Movie" up for DVD of the year and shows by Phil & Friends and The Dead up for Live Performance of the Year).
    Hey, democracy is cool - go to jammys.com and do your civic duty.


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    NEW READING MATERIAL

    Phil Lesh - Searching For The Sound
    Phil offers a behind-the-scenes history of the Grateful Dead, from their first gig for an audience of three to the legendary Acid Tests and packed stadiums around the world. Phil chronicles how the Dead's signature sound emerged, flowed, and swelled to reach millions of devoted fans. The book also includes 32 pages of photographs.

    Grateful Dead CD and Phil Lesh Signed Book Plate Offer From The Legendary Independent Bookstore Powells.com.
    For a limited time, with all purchases of Phil's new book Searching For The Sound: My life with the Grateful Dead directly from Powells.com you will receive an exclusive new CD produced by Phil, which includes four previously unreleased Grateful Dead tracks, along with Phil's comments on these four songs. Of perhaps greatest interest to all Dead Heads is the first-ever official release of the long-lost Grateful Dead original song "Cardboard Cowboy," presented here in its 1966 studio version. In addition to this exclusive CD you will receive a Phil Lesh-signed book plate designed by Gary Houston. This CD and book plate offer is not available anywhere else. It's Phil's gift to you!
    This is a limited offer, so visit Powells.com now to receive this special gift.



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    QUESTION and ANSWER DEPARTMENT

    Question: How were the bonus songs on The Grateful Dead Movie DVD selected for inclusion on the DVD?

    Answer: There was a several-pronged criteria for the selection of these bonus songs on the DVD. The first, and most obvious consideration, was that they be excellent performances. We knew from the beginning that we were limited to about 90 minutes of bonus songs on Disc Two of the DVD (we ended up including 100 minutes), so we focused on several key factors: were they songs considered for possible inclusion in the original Grateful Dead Movie by Jerry ("Uncle John's Band," which was originally slated to open to The Grateful Dead Movie, "Sugaree," "The Other One" and its attendant jams)? Did we have usable audio and film elements from which we could do a proper audio mix and a proper film edit on the song? Also key was a conscious effort to include songs that the Grateful Dead were performing particularly well in 1974 ("China>Rider," "Scarlet Begonias," "Weather Report Suite," "Dark Star"). With the wealth of excellent material to draw upon, it bodes well for a future release of more Grateful Dead from October, 1974 on DVD.

    David Lemieux
    Audiovisual Archivist
    Grateful Dead Productions


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    Hmmm. I'll have to go to the site and sign up for that. I do get the printed almanac and check their site periodically.

    Ratdog just doesn't do it for me. There isn't enough lead guitar for my tastes.

    So, it sounds like there will be no tour by everyone together this year.
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    Ratdog does'nt do it for me either. In fact, Bob Weir I think is too old for this rock and roll band thing.. He looked lost and bewildered when playing with Warren Haynes last summer and I'm afraid he's lost the edge.

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