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Download Meeting Joe - Joe Territo, Jerry Garcia, Rock Scully - A Talk With Jerry Garcia (CD)
1996
Label: Beserkley - SOBCD0060,Beserkley - SOB CD 0060 • Format: CD • Country: US • Genre: Non-Music • Style: Interview


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9 Replies to “ Meeting Joe - Joe Territo, Jerry Garcia, Rock Scully - A Talk With Jerry Garcia (CD) ”

  1. Kalrajas says:
    The result was a meeting in which the entire GD community went down to Los Angeles for a meeting with Joe to discuss it. In the end, they changed the name and got a promotional budget that paid for many live radio shows and made that record, Grateful Dead, their first gold album.
  2. Makasa says:
    Oct 04,  · Joe Namath looks back on his friendships with many of the most popular celebrities from his football playing days, including Mickey Mantle, Johnny .
  3. Nele says:
    Parish not only handled Garcia’s gear; he was also manager of the Jerry Garcia Band. The tight bond between Garcia and Parish lasted right up until the very end, when on August 9, Jerry Garcia passed away. Parish was one of the last people to see Garcia alive. Started at Alembic. Credited in the film Sunshine Daydream.
  4. Yozshucage says:
    Nov 23,  · Garcia was living at Rock Skully’s house and Skully described in startling detail Jerry and himself strung out on the Persian. When not touring, Jerry’d sit for hours/days running guitar scales, eating ice cream, nodding off and burning furniture/carpets (“the afterlife, Marin-style” Skully noted).
  5. Tebei says:
    A TALK WITH JERRY GARCIA () Meeting Joe / The Fun Finder / The Music Business / Solo Album Groove / Approach To Solo Recording / Guitar Playing / Being Repetitious / The Grateful Dead / Being Amazed / The Dream Lab / The ‘60s / Taking Chances, Falling Down / Psychedelics / Smoking Pot / His Singing / A Grateful Dead Hit Single.
  6. Marisar says:
    Here, a young Jerry Garcia, oblivious to the date, was waiting for his students to arrive. Weir and Garcia spent the night playing music together and then decided to form a band. The Beatles significantly influenced their musical direction. "The Beatles were why we turned from a jug band into a rock 'n' roll band," said Bob Weir. "What we saw.
  7. Zulkilkree says:
    Jerry Garcia's ancestors on his father's side were from Galicia in northwest Spain. His mother's ancestors were Irish and Swedish.[7] He was born in the Excelsior District of San Francisco, California, on August 1, , to Jose Ramon "Joe" Garcia and Ruth Marie "Bobbie" (née Clifford) Garcia,[8][9][10] who was herself born in San Francisco.[7].
  8. Zuzahn says:
    Joe Territo, Jerry Garcia, Rock Scully ‎– A Talk With Jerry Garcia Label: Beserkley ‎– SOBCD, Beserkley ‎– SOB CD
  9. Bazragore says:
    The Grateful Dead was an American rock band formed in in Palo Alto, California. The band is known for its eclectic style, which fused elements of rock, folk, country, jazz, bluegrass, blues, gospel, and psychedelic rock; for live performances of lengthy instrumental jams; and for its devoted fan base, known as "Deadheads." "Their music," writes Lenny Kaye, "touches on ground that most.

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