9780879309862

Relix, the Book

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  • ISBN13:

    9780879309862

  • ISBN10:

    0879309865

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2009-09-01
  • Publisher: Backbeat Books
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Summary

For the first time in one volume, here is the best of Relix magazine: the ultimate, spectacular history of the Grateful Dead and their fans. Relix magazine - much like the Grateful Dead, the band they captured relentlessly - was not just the backdrop for a generation, it was an inspiration. Begun in 1974 as a newsletter to connect Deadheads, the magazine exploded along with the tie-dyed community that embraced it.Relix: The Book is the mind-bending compilation of the first 27 years of Relix magazine and its evolution as the place for Deadheads to meet. Interviews with Jerry Garcia, Bob Weir, Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann, and all of the Dead's key players take the reader on the longest, strangest trip ever. Equal parts Deadhead family portrait and psychedelic timecapsule, Relix: The Book also features iconic groups such as the Doors and Phish, along with nearly three decades' worth of brain-melting artwork, full-color covers, and anecdotes from Relix founder Toni Brown, written exclusively for the book. There is no better book for the global family of Deadheads, old-school hippies, and up and coming jam band fans. Relix: The Book is much more than an anthology, it is an event.

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