Songs that I’m listening to this morning while working with photography and/or creating designs…
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Enjoy this grunge style vintage graphic design of keys on a piano – on a wall in your home, office, in a lobby or cafeteria setting. Other items, too. See more.
Made with a sturdy shell, this versatile guitar case is lined with a soft material to gently cradle your guitar. Fits most standard size acoustic guitars. Wide padded backpack straps for extra comfort. Exchangeable and fully customizable front panels, or “faces”. All printed faces are made in Redondo Beach, CA.
Concert fans cheer as they rock to their favorite musical band, displayed here using a creative shredded graphic effect. See more at Pixels. Thanks!
Enjoy this fun graphic design with half tones and a shredded effect, highlighting a crowd of people cheering for their favorite band performing at a concert.
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Made with high quality celluloid (a traditional pick material), this guitar pick grips well and provides the flexibility and durability needed for a balanced, yet crisp tone. Medium gauge (0.71mm). Also available in larger, triangle shape. Enjoy!
I’ve enjoyed listening to music of the Grateful Dead for many years, though haven’t purchased a compact disk in a very long time. Here’s a list of some of my favorite songs (in order) from the CD’s which I own:
Grateful Dead | American Beauty (1970)
Grateful Dead | Europe ’72 (1972) – double CD set
Grateful Dead | Skeletons From The Closet (1974)
Grateful Dead | In The Dark (1987)
Grateful Dead | Built To Last (1989)
What A Long Strange Trip
A friend from Cleveland, Brian Daley, showed up at my apartment in Holland, Michigan during the summer of 1985, asking if I’d be interested in traveling to Wisconsin to hear the Grateful Dead perform. After gathering my backpack, we scoured the town in order to purchase the only remaining original Coca Cola – following the recent change in formula – and hit the road in his Honda Prelude.
Along the way, we must have bumped into nearly a dozen people on the road that Brian, a Deadhead, knew from various shows he’d attended. That seemed rather unlikely – what were the odds? – though, less so upon arrival at the venue.
We set up a tent on the edge of a farmer’s field near the concert grounds, purchased tickets and proceeded to the first show, on Friday night. It was an excellent concert, though it took quite a while to exit the amphitheater, afterwards; something was obstructing the door at the top of the hill.
Once finally outside, we saw that a large car – an Oldsmobile Delta 88, as I recall – had parked directly in front of the exit, crosswise. That car belonged to friends of ours – Bernie, Libby, Roger – from Holland, Michigan, who heard that we had gone and took a road trip to join us. Knowing that we might be difficult to locate, they decided to be as conspicuous as possible. Indeed!