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Grateful Dead Family Album
A treasure trove of memorabilia, photos and writings, the Grateful Dead Family Album is both a candid family history of one of America's most enduring rock bands and a priceless time capsule of '60s rock culture and counterculture. Filled with anecdotes and never-before-seen photos of the most famous personalities of the time, compiled by a band insider.
Paperback, 256 pages
Published December 1st 1990 by Warner Books
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Another gift from Dad. Post-it inside, for Valentine's Day. This is for Deadheads only, and I do love this band for what they are. I feel lucky I was able to see them live twice in the early 90s. Indoors one cold night in Cleveland and outdoors at Buckeye Lake one summer. My favorite song (like you can have just one) is "Eyes of the World." Amazingly, there is live footage of it on YouTube. YouTube is amazing! It was fun after listening to them all through college. Always takes you back.
Adjust down to three stars for non-Deadheads. Some exclusive photos (and lots you've seen before) and tales from the larger Grateful Dead family of roadies, friends, GDTSTOO, promoters, etc. The chaotic graphic layout fits the band's ethos but can make for a difficult linear read, so plan on just skipping around.