Written May 31, 2016
Good to see everybody having a good time!
Written April 28, 2015
Unfortunately there was one little channel missing in the sound system and that happened to be the one for the lead guitar, so..... yeah, couldn't hear Garcia too well. They tried to fix it maybe half hour in, improved a little, but still not right, couldn't hear Jerry properly. Quite frustrating. Saw the whole thing and got my money back. The film itself is quite good, though could have done w/ a lot less of the low budget psychedelia, especially during Phil's bass solo, and all the crowd shots, particularly the naked guy on the rail behind the stage. But it was 1972 and they wanted to capture "the whole experience" (like Woodstock) instead of like a concert film (i.e, the Last Waltz).
Yeah, seeing a Dead movie and not being able to hear Jerry. But I'd see it again if it was presented properly.
Written August 02, 2013
What can I say I love the dead . I have been to many shows and I never get tiered see the boys I miss seeing them . The movie was great not long enuff wanted to hear more music . If your in to the dead this movie is a must see have a greatful time . Peace
Written January 25, 2015
I didn't expect the documentary part; I was under the impression this was the full concert.
Also, I thought the vocals sounded great, but the background noise of the crowd was not present, which made it less special. Overall, I would NOT hesitate to see any future Grateful Dead Movie.
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