Probably better known for "Ripple":
I wish I'd known that Jerry grew up in an Oregon town about 40 miles
from where I grew up or I would have mentioned my hometown to him to see
what reaction he would have had.
On 12/13/2013 10:52 AM, Richard J. Williams wrote:
On 12/13/2013 10:36 AM, awoelfleba...@yahoo.com wrote:
The Grateful Dead had only one single hit recording that was played on
AM radio, "Touch of Grey", from the album "In the Dark", back in 1987,
the year they toured with Bob Dylan.
At least at home I could turn it off or not listen at all.
I could be wrong about this, but I just can't imagine you sitting down
with a record player and listening to all twenty-two Grateful Dead
vinyl albums, when you didn't eve like their one hit record. Maybe you
could explain this, Ann.
I'm not a "Deadhead" by any stretch, but your comments about the band
doesn't even make any sense. Why would you want the remaining members
dead just because you don't like one of their songs? For some reason,
you're making this real personal. Like I said, it's not about the
personalities - it's about the music. Go figure.
So, with all due respect, I think I'll go with the editors at Rolling
Stone, who rated the band number 57 in their list of the Greatest
Artists of All Time.