I like the Greatful Dead because they were always "drivin' that train hi on cocaine"!!
The Greatful Dead were a bunch of wild longed hair Psychodelic Tripster Hipster acid rock and rollers
from back in the 60s. Man what a wild time flowers in your hair, chicks always particpated in "free love" what a concept,
no worries just sex & drugs & rock & roll 24/7..."Come and join the party everyday" like that song goes...What
I wish I was around then but I'm only 19: but I guess if I was I'd only be an old man by now with a "Touch
O'Grey" and I wouldn't have my whole miserable malcontented life ahead of me...
The "Dead" as Dead-heads (there devoted followers) used 2 call them used to ride "On The Road" with Dr.
Timothy O'Leary's Magical Mystery Bus. All they did was have wild acid rave parties and free love orgies, the "Sexual Revolution"
as (My Personal hero) Hugh Hefner called it was running rampage across the land. (Right on!) Also always "on the Bus" was
the Deads' personal mentors Neil Cassidy and Jack Karaoke; 2 wild Old School hipsters who did it *all* back in the day (See
the upcoming movie by Francis Ford "The Godfather" Coppolla, I can't wait and will get very loaded in homage to these three
Great Men when this picture comes out)
Jerry Garcia (the same guy behind "Cherry Garcia" ice cream from ben and Jerry's, another personal favorite
of mine) and The Dead also used to run around with Ken Kessey author of "The Electrical Kool Aid Acid test". He also did the
screenplay for "One Flew Over a Cuckoo's Nest" by jack Nicholas. Plus Bob Dylan the poet laureaute world reknown as the singer
of "Everybody must get stoned" and "Like A Rolling Stone" (of which the band and magazine took there namesake) was very much
"On the Bus" as attested to the fact when he toured together with them.
They all used to get very loaded together with Tim O'leary at The Woodstock Nation peace & Rock
festival and introduced the "Electrical Acid test" concept of which it has been an endurable influence on today's youth (to
wit: witness the "rave" and "acid jazz" phenomenons) (Plus the work of rapper Proof has been an influence of "high" importance).
Again I just wish so bad I was around back in the day so I too could have been "Ridin' that train high on
cocaine" straight thru to "Terrapin (*"TER-IPPIN" or "Trippin'" get it?) Station"...then we would get off and "Walk in the
Sunshine" and be "skippin' thru the lilly fields" til we get down to the Black Muddy riverside and here "Uncle John's Band"
and then me and my baby would go off in the woods 2 "d-scover the wonders of nature" wink :) wink.
Man what a long strange (lysurgical acid) trip that would've been...!!
Now let's here from 2 recognized experts on Jerry &
The Kool Aid Acid Tester Gang:
Searching for Jerry Garcia by Proof (up & coming rap star)
"The EP came about because I was putting out the 'Searching 4 Jerry Garcia' album and of course,
the Grateful Dead had previous to their shows the protesters to legalize acid so they had electric coolaid acid testers. So
therefore by the album being Searching 4 Jerry Garcia I thought that'd be dope to have the Electric Cool-Aid Acid Testing
EP to hit off the DJs and radio stations and mix rotations across the nation. So I put six songs on there. The lead single
is featuring MC Breed from 'Ain't No Future In Yo' Frontin'' and 'Gotta Get Mine.'"