Thoughts On The Dead

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This Is All A Dream I Blogged: Chapter Seven

Chapter 7 looks interesting, as well.

Tuckered out, pardner?

Reading is for suckers.

Sure.

This may or may not continue tomorrow, but it should be noted that this chapter contains the first intraband shit-talking, and I hope to see more of it in the last half of the book.

4 Comments

  1. If you are looking for a reading break, I’ve found something I have a feeling you may be interested in:

    http://41.media.tumblr.com/34d181d27012766d848e76a2b589cece/tumblr_nxi5a6MYhu1sa1ef5o1_1280.jpg

    Source is here: http://gratefuldeadnotes.tumblr.com/, which maybe you’re aware of already, but scrolling through they have some stuff I know I’ve never seen before, like the above.

  2. Just tried to post this comment and it disappeared, apologies if it shows up twice with slightly different wording.

    If you are looking for a reading break, I’ve stumbled on something I have a feeling you might be interested in:

    http://41.media.tumblr.com/34d181d27012766d848e76a2b589cece/tumblr_nxi5a6MYhu1sa1ef5o1_1280.jpg

    Source is here: http://gratefuldeadnotes.tumblr.com/, which maybe you’re aware of already, but I’m scrolling through and there’s definitely stuff there I’ve never seen before, like the above.

    • The photo is from The Orpheum Theater in San Francisco, July 18, 1976. The band had returned to touring, and ended the summer tour with six nights at the Orpheum. The young women were brought on stage to celebrate the band on the last night of the run (Sunday July 18). If I recall correctly, Bill Graham himself was “Mr Donna.”

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