That was a really interesting interview. I read some of Herb's blogs on his site after checking out all of the photos. Pretty good stuff. The one about Furthur should interest people on this board.
Here is a portion
The rhythmical pattern of life is a wondrous thing. Reliving moments past while forging ahead with a worthy gathering of companions as eager for the ride as they are the destination—that is what it is all about. Whether you are in your room as emotions and memories wax-poetic by candlelight; or you are dancing balcony center to the music only your tape player had previously provided: the moment is equally pure, equally enriching. There is nothing but promise and possibility at the edge of the rainbow. We have so much further to travel while embracing from where we have come. And the music is the medium. So hold on to your stubs, ladies and gentlemen, and keep looking for that miracle. The serenity is out there, in abundance; we need only seek it out. And if you have come this far, let us implore you to travel onward with us. We cannot be certain where we are headed, but we will explore the unknown together. As the music evolves and transforms our very selves, so too will the music and the photography of Herb Greene bring you all that we have and strive to become. Forever pushing the experience further…
Here is the whole enchilada