Dead Without Garcia: Is It Worth the Effort, or a Waste of Time?
May 7, 2009 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: LA Weekly
"The first Prankster rule is that nothing lasts forever," said Merry Prankster chieftain Ken Kesey in 1966, the same year the Grateful Dead, the in-house band for his expanded-consciousness soirees, made its Los Angeles debut at the Watts Acid Test .
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