... curious what 'the Grateful Dead concert' over 30 years ('65-'95) - of repeated, frequent, blissing, bodymind-musical-instrument to bodymind-musical-instrument (6 guys playing together) - of a loving relationship is (which then leads to family), and what historical examples you might suggest?
What are the practices, if the 'chemistry' is there, to bring out the bliss neurophysiology in creative, unfolding ways, and over the years?
The Dead began with the blues, were influenced by the '60s, were all good musicians, Jerry was a guide ...
(Learn from the G.D. here? ~ http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Grateful_Dead ...
I like the music up on this page ...
Engage ethnography to explore this? :)
13. Scarlet Begonias -} Fire On The Mountain - Grateful Dead - Barton Hall - 5.8.77 Set II at Cornell
I like the visuals with this one ... :)
also a'happening ...
15. St. Stephen -} Not Fade Away -} St. Stephen - Grateful Dead - Barton Hall - 5.8.77 Set II
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cx2pCQDG_Q4 ... :
The collage in this Grateful Dead video appears to be dancing :) ... great visuals here ... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cx2pCQDG_Q4 ... and the Grateful Dead subject at WUaS - http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Grateful_Dead - is growing,
although it's not yet easy to jam live with friends,
with the Dead
via this WUaS GD page ...
but this will happen ... :)
(http://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2012/03/grateful-dead-concert-of-loving.html - March 5, 2012)