Michael Getz and John Dwork are serious deadheads
Michael Getz and John Dwork are serious deadheads. The two "passionately and relentlessly record and trade the Dead's music on tape. When I was just a kid in the Sixties, and I first saw The Grateful Dead, they just reminded me of a bunch of Indians! They appeared to be living in the tradition of Native Americans. It greatly influenced my mindset and outlook on life.
In: Billboard: The International Newsweekly of Music, Video and Home Entertainment, Vol. 110, No. 29, pp. 2. View it in the Music Periodicals Database.
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Michael Getz and John Dwork are serious deadheads.
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Michael Getz; John Dwork. Published by Holt Paperbacks, 1999. AbeBooks has millions of books.
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List Of Color Photos Preface Introduction By John R. Dwork Introduction By Michael M. Getz. Part One: Recording And Trading The Grateful Dead's Music: A Historical Overview 1. "Inside" The System: The Soundmen Cometh 2. "Outside" The System: Deadheads Hear The Call 3. The Interviews: Owsley Stanley (Bear), Dick Latvala.
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by Michael M. Getz, Michael Getz, John Dwork. Published August 1, 2000 by Owl Books.