Written June 02, 2015
4 DEADHEAD STARS!!!!!! Thanks to Bob, Phil, Ken Kesey and of course JERRRRRRRRRRRY!!!!!
Just to think 40 years later we are still lucky to have Bob and Phil play as FURTHUR!!!!
THANK YOU BOYS!!!!!
I MISS JERRY
Written August 31, 2015
Only one thing missing- the closing credit attribution to the naked man on the post behind the stage, or was it an elephant in the room? Either way...
Written August 05, 2013
This year's meet up was great! It sure was nice to see some of the "family" out at the Century Regency 6 in San Rafael. It was very well attended (almost sold out, I heard). Lots of tie-dyes and good energy! This one was half documentary, half live show from the 1972 Petaluma Creamery benefit show/ acid test. I wish the entire show was shown, but if I remember correctly from my tapes this was three 90min tapes-long show. Can't wait for next year. Happy birthday, Jer.
Written March 29, 2015
Movie was awesome. Enjoyed every moment. It really showed me what that time in the bands history was like. The movie showed the reality of the time and didn't censor the truth . The music was great and the concert footage was real as can be. can't wait till the next one
Written August 06, 2013
The best thing about the movie were the days of anticipation leading up to the movie. My brother came down from Portsmouth, NH and we discussed the set list. We spent the first hour wondering when the music would start. The background on the Creamery was necessary but could have taken ten minutes, not the hour of nostalgic BS that was directed to people who were at the '72 show. As for the music, the actual set list was awesome but who would ever edit out such songs for people putting together a stage and joking around about the water. The movie reminded me of listening to the Dead station on Sirius Satellite radio on Sundays, only to have the music interrrupted at 4:00 by some bafoons discussing their experiences at Dead shows. Put that **** on at midnight. As for the animation - pathetic. I'd rather watch the boys play. The Dead never tooted their own horns about philanthropy or giving to those in need. Why don't you stop doing that and just play the music.