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Abba
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Re: Lord Nrshimha (Krishna), on the Grateful Dead

#14025 3 years ago
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Re: Lord Nrshimha (Krishna), on the Grateful Dead

#14034 3 years ago
Glad to see so many replies!

That above poster^ is exactly what i was talking about above.
Wikipedia lists this event as their first big headlining show, but *somehow* there doesnt seem to be an authentic recording of it on the archive. The 01/29 show on the archive is disputed as being another day.

Anyway Ginsberg was really friendly with Prabhupada, maybe this passed onto the dead?

I've read many many interviews between Prabhupada and Ginsberg, George Harrison, etc.. and it is interesting that he simply requests them to try to know God.... doesnt say 'give up this' or 'change that', he just tells them to try to remember who they really are. Maybe this is the influence on the dead?
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Re: Lord Nrshimha (Krishna), on the Grateful Dead LP

#14036 3 years ago
Abba wrote:
83msg1sttyme wrote:
i think isaw somewhere bobs into it


Yeah somebody was talking about his Ganesha statue that travels with him


it's clear as day!



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and my LP only cost $25.... has been way worth it!
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Re: Lord Nrshimha (Krishna), on the Grateful Dead

#14037 3 years ago
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Check out the image bottom right...Ginsberg, Leary, Snyder with temples behind them
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Re: Lord Nrshimha (Krishna), on the Grateful Dead

#14140 3 years ago
Fairly new real good...
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Abba
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Re: Lord Nrshimha (Krishna), on the Grateful Dead

#14150 3 years ago
I just scored an original 1964 print of The Psychedelic Experience
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Re: Lord Nrshimha (Krishna), on the Grateful Dead

#14519 3 years ago
"After a short address by Prabhupada, Ginsberg sang "Hare Krishna" to the accompaniment of sitar, tambura, and drums, requesting the audience to "[j]ust sink into the sound vibration, and think of peace."[6] Then Prabhupada stood up and led the audience in dancing and singing, as the Grateful Dead, Big Brother and the Holding Company, and Moby Grape joined the chanting and accompanied the mantra with their musical instruments.[39][40][41] The audience eagerly responded, playing their own instruments and dancing in circles. The group chanting continued for almost two hours, and concluded with the swami's prayers in Sanskrit while the audience bowed down on the floor. After Prabhupada left, Janis Joplin took the stage, backed by Big Brother and the Holding Company, and continued the event with the songs "The House of the Rising Sun" and "Ball and Chain" late into the night.[6][42] " -http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mantra-Rock_Dance

COME ON! how can there not be SOME recording of this anywhere?!?!
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Re: Lord Nrshimha (Krishna), on the Grateful Dead

#14522 3 years ago
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Re: Lord Nrshimha (Krishna), on the Grateful Dead

#14529 3 years ago
Wow, what a night!

Ever give this one a listen? It's a wild ride

The following info was taken from a comment on setlists.net for 2/19/29 Fillmore West:
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THE GRATEFUL DEAD
Celestial Synapse 1969 [no label, 2CD]
Live at Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA, February 19, 1969. Good to very good soundboard

It’s actually 2/19/69 - the Celestial Synapse at the Fillmore West.

I listened to it not long ago and thought “no way this is June of ‘68.” It sounded real close in time to the Live Dead stuff, and

you can hear TC [keyboardist Tom Constanten] poking out of the murk from time to time. Plus, it includes both Not Fade

Away and The Main Ten, which started appearing on a more/less regular basis in April of ‘69.

What clinched the date was reading the Rolling Stone review of the Celestial Synapse in the booklet that came with the

Fillmore box set. It describes everybody in the Fillmore getting naked and crazy at about two in the morning, among them

Don McCoy from Olompali, who took the stage and started rapping. Bill Graham had to keep the security people from

pulling him off. Anyway, on this tape, after Lovelight, you hear a bunch of whooping and hollering, after which someone

gets on stage and announces “Hi, my name’s Don McCoy.” Apparently the date that’s written on the vault copy is hard to

read; Dick originally thought it said 8/29/68. Another mystery solved. Tell your friends!”
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It then goes on to list the exact notes which are written at the bottom of this page.

Reviewer: floepiejane1 - - April 11, 2010
Subject: Not the first NFA
Rare Cuts and Oddities has it from 1966.

Reviewer: L. Rosley - 4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars - April 1, 2009
Subject: FIRST Not Fade Away!!! Last “Carousel”
A rift in time: Not Fade Away and the Playin’ in the Band riff (in the Ten), in the middle of 1968! A show with a lot of historical interest. It’s like a day off from the usual stuff that band was playing at the time.

This is the first Not Fade Away, and is the only NFA of 1968. They didn’t play it again until December ’69.

The 20-minute Lovelight is looong. There’s a lot of it is vamping, not as much jamming.

The 20-minute chanting is reminiscent of the acid trips of 1965-66 (some of them are here at Archive.org). It does sound like Grace Slick singing 7 minutes into it. And it sounds like Bill Graham giving orders just before 21 minutes, trying to get the show started again.

The jam after the Main Ten isn’t exactly solid gold. It has moments of brilliance and other times where it isn’t going anywhere.

The Other One jam is the best jamming of the show. Jerry and Phil are dancing around each other for most of it, a real duet, driving and powerful. (The organ is barely audible, unfortunately). This was much longer than the Other Ones they had been playing at the time. (Possibly the first time without Cryptical Envelopment?)

Also of historical interest is that this is the last Dead show at the Carousel Ballroom before Bill Graham renamed it Fillmore West. All shows at this venue after this are listed as Fillmore West. I wonder if this was some sort of special event to mark the beginning of Bill Graham’s new venture.

(Graham had moved out of the original Fillmore Auditorium on Geary Blvd. at this time. The original Fillmore Auditorium was reopened in the ‘90’s. The Carousel Ballroom/Fillmore West is now a Honda dealership.)
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Re: Lord Nrshimha (Krishna), on the Grateful Dead

#16613 2 years, 11 months ago
link???
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Re: Lord Nrshimha (Krishna), on the Grateful Dead

#16621 2 years, 11 months ago
I made a thread about it...here ya go!
furthur.net/forum/general-discussion/166...llroom-6-19-68#16616

you wouldn't know how to post an image from a hard drive would you? I have some that you would love from The Oracle that I just remembered I scanned a couple of years ago.
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Re: Lord Nrshimha (Krishna), on the Grateful Dead

#16624 2 years, 11 months ago
I've always liked this album cover:

grateful_dead_-_1968_anthem_of_the_sun.jpg


Definitely looks very Tara-like.

Here's a cool link to a page w/ brief descriptions of some album artwork.
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