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JERRY GARCIA

The Head of the Greatful Dead
This music icon had one of the largest followings in music history.
Pasted on August of 1995 but will be remembered for eternity.
Autographed in metallic gold pen on
8" x 10" photo w/ Cert. of Auth.

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Zachary Spencer Goode,
the lyricist and lead singer of Ghoulspoon(.com)
imparting musical secrets to older musician.

Check out Zachary Goode's band, "Divided by Zero"

Zac Goode with custom Harley

Biography for
Jerry Garcia

Birth name:   Jerome John Garcia
Date of birth (location)
1 August 1942,
San Francisco, California, USA
Date of death (details)
9 August 1995,
Forest Knolls, California, USA. (heart attack)

Trivia
Missing half of his right middle finger ... (show more)

Nickname
Captain Trips
The Fat Man
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Spouse
'Deborah Koons Garcia' (14 February 1994 - 9 August 1995) (his death)
'Carolyn Adams Garcia' (1981 - January 1994) (divorced)
'Manasha Matheson' (? - ?)
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Trivia

Missing half of his right middle finger

Guitarist Vocalist, Song writer for the Grateful Dead

In the US, there is a Ben & Jerry's(tm) brand of ice cream called "Cherry Garcia."

The famous Grateful Dead House - home to many a "hit" - is located at 710 Ashbury Street in San Francisco.
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Personal quotes

"Deadheads are kinda like people who like licorice. Not everybody likes licorice, but people who like licorice, *really* like licorice!"
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Filmography as: Actor, Editor, Miscellaneous crew, Composer
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Actor - filmography
(2000s) (1990s) (1980s) (1970s)

Grateful Dawg (2000) .... Himself

History of Rock 'N' Roll, Vol. 6, The (1995) .... Himself (The Grateful Dead)
... aka My Generation (1995)
Music Tells You, The (1992) .... Himself

Grateful Dead: Ticket to New Year's Eve Concert (1987) (V)
Hell's Angels Forever (1983)
Heartbeeps (1981) (voice) .... Phil

Grateful Dead Movie, The (1977)
Fillmore (1972) .... Himself (as The Grateful Dead)
Gimme Shelter (1970) .... Himself (Grateful Dead)
Woodstock (1970) .... Himself
... aka Woodstock - 3 Days of Peace & Music (1970)
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Filmography as: Actor, Editor, Miscellaneous crew, Composer
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Editor - filmography

Grateful Dead Movie, The (1977)
Strange Possession of Mrs. Oliver, The (1977) (TV)
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Filmography as: Actor, Editor, Miscellaneous crew, Composer
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Miscellaneous crew - filmography
(1980s) (1970s)

Word of Honor (1981) (TV) (assistant film editor)

Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978) (musician: banjo)
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Filmography as: Actor, Editor, Miscellaneous crew, Composer
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Composer - filmography
(2000s) (1970s)

End of the Road, The (2000)

Zabriskie Point (1970)
 

 

Biography for
Zachary Spencer Goode

Zach was born in New York City and grew up between the city and Provincetown in Cape Cod, Massachusetts. He sang in several local bands until moving to Hawaii after High School. In Hawaii, Zach met Jeremy, Doug, and Markus, who would later become the original members of Ghoulspoon. While the other 3 moved to Tacoma, Washington, Zach went back east, where eventually he got a call from Jeremy, who said the guys needed a singer and were relocating to San Diego. Zach bought a car, drove cross-country and Ghoulspoon was formed.

Taking up space in the CD player right now is a lot of new wave like Devo, Blondie, the Cars etc. As well as Forever Blue by Chris Isaak, Radiohead's the Bends, the new albums by Beck, Lauryn Hill, Korn, Dee Jay Punk Roc, and Unkle. Other favorites include Bobgoblin, Fountains of Wayne, Tricky, Massive Attack, Smashing Pumpkins, Roni Size, Tool, The Clash, Pantera, Rancid, Wu-tang, Geto Boys, Velvet Underground, King Crimson, Mr. Bungle, and the eels.

Top 10 Albums (for today)
Devo- entire catalog
Bob Marley- songs of freedom
Led Zeppelin- physical graffitti
Public Enemy- fear of a black planet
Pixies- doolittle
Billie Holiday- lady's decca days
Elvis Costello- my aim is true
Van Morrison- moondance
Tom Waits- rain dogs
The Cars- the cars

Top 10 Movies
Clockwork Orange
Blue Velvet
Harold and Maude
This is SpinalTtap
Fargo
Orgy of the Dead
The Shining
Raging Bull
The Bride of Frankenstein
The DarkBackward

Suggested Reading/Viewing
Salvador Dali
Charles Bukowski
David Lynch
Kurt Vonnegut
Daniel Clowes

 

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