Tag Archives: Jerry Garcia
That’s Clarence Clemons on saxophone. I wouldn’t mind having this played at my funeral, but really I’ll have very little say in the matter. Full lyrics at BobDylan.com.
“Dear Prudence” is one of my favorite Beatles’ songs, and it turns out to have been a favorite of Jerry Garcia, too. Full lyrics HERE.
Steve Parish was a roadie for the Grateful Dead and manager for the Jerry Garcia Band. His 2003 autobiography, Home Before Daylight: My Life on the Road With the Grateful Dead, is about his own life and experiences. It’s not a tell-all by any means, but of course his story overlaps with theirs. His stories …
Full lyrics at BobDylan.com.
“We need magic and bliss, and power, myth, and celebration and religion in our lives, and music is a good way to encapsulate a lot of it.” ~Jerry Garcia
I read an article once that said Jerry Garcia should not be considered a top-tier guitarist because he played too slow. I disagreed with it.
How amazing is it that, with seven billion people on earth, you can look at this and instantly know not only who it is, but who drew it?
A beautiful song for a Sunday Morning. From SongMeanings.net: “I suppose I (writer Van Morrison) was about twelve years old. We used to go to a place called Ballystockart to fish. We stopped in the village on the way up to this place and I went to this little stone house, and there was an …