You gotta post the restPeace Love Cannabis shirt. Also, if you’ve never read it, Suze’s book is a great look into his life. Dining acid years before the rest of the art community, their apartments, parts of letters to and from Italy. Also, Levon Helm’s book is amazing and worth the time. Talks about upstate NY and big pink a good deal. How they were all junkies, etc. Levon also talks about what he did while the 1966 tour with Dylan went on without him. He was like a good driller in Mexico or something crazy. Eventually, he came back and headed to the big pink and so on. Interesting read for both Dylan and The Band info. Thanks for the recommendations. I read Suze’s book as soon as it came out; haven’t read Levon’s, though. Funnily enough, I just got through reading Robbie Robertson’s memoir, “Testimony.” A guy is a terrific storyteller. Not sure why that surprised me, considering all the great songs he wrote, but it did. Check it out if and when you get the chance.
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