The American Book of the Dead
The American Book of the Dead is the definitive encyclopedic guidebook to the long, strange cultural trip taken by one of America's most innovative, awe-inspiring rock groups and its fans. With rare, never-before-published photographs and over 750 entries, this kaleidoscopic look at the Grateful Dead takes you on a journey to the crossroads of music and history to see how one band changed the American musical tradition. Deadheads, and indeed anyone who loves rock and roll, will enjoy and use this ultimate celebration of the Grateful Dead - their roots, their music, their enduring influence on musicians, songwriters, and performers.
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