If you're already a fan of Jerry Garcia, this book is quite rewarding, entertaining & even enlightening.
I've always admired the philosophy behind the music for its zen-like approach to life and living; Garcia and Reich tease out the details.
Like Reich says this is a book to change and guide one's life (you can see it happening to him during the visit).
This book is only for die hard fans....It's rather bitter sweet reading now knowing how his life turned out and how shackled he became to heroinPublished 4 months ago by Nick Kent
If I was still high on drugs I might find it entertaining. As is...it's really hard to take. Look elsewhere if you want more salient info about the "Dead."Published 16 months ago by Michael
This is a great book but it isn't for everyone. There are a number of books about Jerry that are easier to read for example Garcia An American Life is a great one. Read morePublished on November 23, 2012 by Jerbear
the first part of the book is good enough because it's fairly lucid and cogent. the trouble with books written in interview format is that constantly switching back and forth... Read morePublished on July 22, 2012 by dme257
My book has been received in fine condition. Garcia is one of the most accurate and fair participants in an admittedly renaissance culture. Read morePublished on August 19, 2009 by Meander
I boght this book a total of three times- first, in its original magazine interview format, over two issues of RS, then in a first edition paperback
when the book was... Read more
I have the 1st printing so,what can I say I love it!its funny itimate,casual laidback,and definitly magical,thats what Jerry was,if you ask a true Deadhead what it was about him he... Read morePublished on August 2, 2005 by Laurence E. Smith