Grateful Dead Scrapbook: The Long, Strange Trip in Stories, Photos, and Memorabilia
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Grateful Dead Scrapbook: The Long, Strange Trip in Stories, Photos, and Memorabilia

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Grateful Dead fans are legendary for their Dead-ication to the band and its enduring legacy of freewheeling musical exploration. The Grateful Dead Scrapbook collects rare removable memorabilia and evocative images culled from the Grateful Dead Archives at the University of California, Santa Cruz, including never-before-published photos, flyers, fan letters, and other ephem...more
Hardcover, 64 pages
Published September 23rd 2009 by Chronicle Books (first published September 1st 2009)
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John
A great resource for Deadheads. Big on nostalgia, great anecdotes, postures, photos, tickets, writings ... Ben Fong Torres states that he is not much of a fan. You may take this to mean he is not as obsesssed as some of the Dead's legendary followers who have attended shows in the hundreds. Yet he compiles a tribute that could only be assembled by someone who loves, respects and worships this incredible band. One of those books you pickup and read straight through without stopping.
Rich
I almost didn't buy this, as I didn't think there was anything new in it, but I found it at a discount, so I pulled the trigger. I was wrong! Most of the info was not new, except for a few minor nuggets, but there are photos and artifacts here I had never seen before. If you get a chance, read it!
Clint
Good short version of the Grateful Dead history. Fong-Torres is a good writer and a pleasure to read. What really made the book exceptional was the reproduced artwork: Posters, fliers, album art ect...
Lawrence
Jan 23, 2011 Lawrence rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Grateful Dead fans
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fetish object for collectors. cool format. interesting for the collection. no new info or facts
Ashley
I agree great for any fan! Love how it comes with mini posters and am audio interview cd.
William
Not a Deadhead, but enjoyed the trip.
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Benjamin Fong-Torres (Fāng Zhènháo) is an American rock journalist, author, and broadcaster best known for his association with Rolling Stone magazine (through 1981) and the San Francisco Chronicle (from around 1982).

Due to the Chinese Exclusion Act, Fong-Torres' father, Ricardo Fong-Torres (born Fong Kwok Seung), changed his surname to Torres and posed as a Filipino citizen in order to emigrate t...more
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