Grateful Dead reads "One day in 1974 ..."
- From: iL_WeReo <caljamscott@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 23 May 2012 22:17:40 -0700 (PDT)
I keep telling you about these vivid dreams, right? Well I just had
Members of the Grateful Dead are sitting in my parents' old bedroom,
the master bedroom of the house. Three of them at least. They are here
to meet me and to discuss their own matters as well as mine.
One of them is a good-looking cat brunette sitting against the right
wall being held in check by his apparent homo-lover. I don't know
these guys, so I say it's Phil Lesh? Whoever he is. I don't know these
people. He's chatting a lot.
There's awlso this older lady sitting on the left. She seems to be the
head of the group who's come ever here to see me. She's very chattie
as well. Great! They ask me if I want an honorable mention at their
next event. First I turn them down, but I quickly recant and say yes.
So that's about it. I have to bring exttra copies of top feature write-
up of century entitled One day in 1974 ... describing the story of how
I and I alone saved a concert bigger and better than Woodstock namely
the California Jam fromt his room to that room for them to read.
Please don't forget the Grateful Dead has written a song about the
Only Guitarist Ever Nuclear Warrior entitled Throwing Stones as so
many of their peers and contemporaries for a certain amount of time
were doing nothing except same. For instance Bob Dylan with his "It's
Unbelievable" and Peter Gabriel with his Sledgehammer and ZZ Top with
their Sleepin' Bag to name a couple.
This is what mere mortals do. They sing about nothing but Nuclear
Warrior. The entire music indsutry's on his way out, the devil's on
his way out thank you.
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