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  1. Right! Subway or Quiznos?
  2. Yeah, I didn't even want a cigarette afterwards. What gives?!
  3. FYI: This is an incredible Dead site The Annotated Grateful Dead Lyrics Site
  4. "Brown-Eyed Women" Words by Robert Hunter; music by Jerry Garcia Gone are the days when the ox fall down he'd take up the yoke and plow the fields around Gone are the days when the ladies said "please, gently Jack Jones won't you come to me?" Brown eyed women and red grenadine the bottle was dusty but the liquor was clean Sound of the thunder with the rain pouring down and it looks like the old man's getting on In 1920 when he stepped to the bar he drank to the dregs of the whiskey jar In 1930 when the Wall caved in he paid his way selling red eye gin Brown eyed women and
  5. Roxanne? And couldn't they have done more than just one song??? (or did they do another one after Roxanne?)
  6. Live Dead - The Grateful Dead Any Dead album for that matter, but that one, Live Dead, blew my mind back in the day. Live In Concert - The Doors Band Of Gypsys - Jimi Hendrix I'll add more as I think of them.
  7. Bang On The Drum All Day - Todd Rundgren Honestly, I can't stand that song, but I REALLY don't want to be working today. *sigh*
  8. I listened to Terrapin maybe once (not all the way through either), and I should really give it another try.
  9. LOL - now I see why a thread wasn't started! Thanks for the joke and reply Daslied.
  10. I'm new here so cut me some slack if I'm reposting or posting something of no interest, but I'm shocked, almost appalled there isn't a Grateful Dead thread yet. I've done a couple searches and yielded no results. So let's hear it Dead Heads! What's your favorite albums (live or studio)? Any good stories from any live shows? Good memories, or lack there of? I'm more of an early Grateful Dead fan as opposed to their later stuff. Favorite studio albums of mine include American Beauty, and Workingman's Dead, but for live albums I'd have to go with Live Dead, Dead Set, Europe '72, Grat
  11. Just stumbled across this thread. McCartney was a far better musician in my opinion.
  12. I liked the guy (the first week) that said he's slept behind a dumpster before, and works as a gas station attendant. He had a great voice, but it seems all too well scripted for me - like the perfect story: Gas station employee, and bum one day, and America's next Idol the next? C'mon. Nevertheless, the dude had a good voice.
  13. Up On Cripple Creek - The Band
  14. I'm not sure how hard they are to play, but they are certainly cool: Mysterious Ways - U2 No More Tears - Ozzy Osbourne
  15. CRAW

    Guitar Hero

    I've been playing this for close to four weeks now - it's highly addictive. I've since borrowed my friends Fender Strat, and I'm looking into guitar lessons. LOL! The game is so fun!
  16. I misunderstood the thread title... I know this artist/band was generalized above, but how about Hendrix' - Axis: Bold as Love? Whooaaa...the cover is all trippy.
  17. To each his own good sir. I for one tripped ballz listening to The Wall and Dark Side.
  18. Dark Side of the Moon - Pink Floyd The Wall - Pink Floyd Two that come to mind.
  19. My mom and I both love Rubber Soul - The Beatles.
  20. I was going by the song title alone and not the lyrics. it is a great song though.
  21. Torn and Frayed - The Stones It was a long weekend.
  22. Forgot a few of my other favs from the 90's: Vulgar Display of Power - Pantera Far Beyond Driven - Pantera
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