One of the most recent books on the band comes from longtime Deadhead writer Blair Jackson. Back in — before everyone knew what the internet was — David Dodd started building a website with the goal of annotating the entire Grateful Dead catalog. After 13 years — and many submissions by Deadheads including GD lyricist Robert Hunter — Dodd compiled an encyclopedic book with annotations on nearly every Dead original and many covers.
Dark Star was a painful but intriguing read filled with interviews from nearly 70 Grateful Dead associates.
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No one spent more time with Jerry Garcia than roadie Steve Parish. Parish waited till Jerry was long gone to finally put his thoughts together in a respectful way, but with plenty of inside stories to keep us entertained. I would hide under my covers after lights out at summer camp to read one of the first — and still one of the best — histories of the band. This masterfully written volume stands out as the definitive book on the Dead.
Technology Tuesday: Switchcam July 17, pm. Shakedown on K Street January 6, pm. Nice piece Scott…. Besides being a great read…. God Street Wie gets a brief mention…and I know how much heat that can draw on this site.
He really nails it with insight, humor and heart. Like you, i found out about Brent while in camp and was one of the worst days as i was a huge fan of his.
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My first Dead show in , he stuck out as much as Jerry did. Loved his energy! Sadly, that was never replaced.
I think I actually have vol. Anyway, just curious. Though I love the history of the annotated one. Great work Scotty.
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