Great blast to the past

By Femme_FataleFrance
Written July 26, 2016
Superb concert footage of the Dead, enjoyed the backs stories to the concert, it's a must see for Deadheads and those interested in wonderful music and good times.
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Movie was great theater was not

By tuffo4444
Written May 29, 2016
The seating was very uncomfortable and the movie actually stopped 20 mins in and they had to restart it, so people saw same movie twice for part. The sound could have been louder and the lighting could have been turned off faster. Otherwise movie was really good.
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sunshine daydream

By gratefulfrank
Written June 25, 2016
enkoyed the movie nothin like happy times sweet jams out in the woods amazing dark star bird song china rider sing me back home was the best to bad the foot wasnt as good the whole movie had a lot of hickups the theater we went to the sound went off and we had to hunt down some one to fix it so missed five min of the interview stuff
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Sunshine Daydream

By rwilgoren
Written July 29, 2016
The story of how the Grateful Dead teamed up with Kesey and the Merry Pranskters to put on a benefit concert to try to save a local creamery business. AMAZING gootage of the band...probably the best I've ever seen and a sick show.
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Sunshine Daydream- Great film, great music!

By jeff527
Written February 06, 2016
This film starts off as a documentary about why the concert was put on in the first place- to help save the Springfield Creamery in Oregon. The Dead and Ken Kesey had been in twin orbits for about 6 years at this point, and the Dead were finally able to pay back Kesey and the Pranksters for giving them an auspicious start at the Acid Tests, where anything and everything went, which served the Dead very well as they built their "music plays the band" ethos. The extremely hot day on which the show took place is a main character in the early part of the film, which then gives way to about 90 minutes of the Dead, minus PigPen but very prominently featuring Keith Godchaux on piano (although he is hardly in the film visually) at an absolute peak in their jamming prowess. Seeing Jerry close up on his birthday was a really pleasing experience, and their performances on this hot day are HOT. Vocals are on, jamming was the code of the day, and it was all for a good cause too. See it!!
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