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Always Pack a Party Dress


Always Pack a Party Dress


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An authentic voice in the world of style and how-to books, Amanda Brooks, with her unique and enviable yet accessible style, has inspired thousands of women? of all ages? to find their own personal look and explore their identity through the clothes they love to wear. In the past twenty years Brooks has worked as a photo assistant for Patrick Demarchelier, a? gallerina? at the Gagosian Gallery, and at various fashion posts, before finding her dream job as fashion director for Barneys New York. Along the way?and wearing more than a few of the kinds of outfits we?ve all regretted at one point or another?Brooks has discovered the key to creating her personal style, combining influences as wide-ranging as childhood prep school, Grateful Dead concerts, contemporary artists, pop culture, and her current home outside of the fashion bubble, a farm where she lives with her family (and a host of animals) in England. In Always Pack a Party Dress, Brooks recalls her early career aspirations and explores the evolution of her own personal style in stories of successes and failures alike, and offers fashion and beauty tips and inspiring photographs throughout. She shares her expertise and inside view with warm, candid, often witty prose. Always Pack a Party Dressis a must-read for high fashion or street style aficionados, and gorgeously produced gift book, Brooks? shares her expertise and insider view with warm, candid and often witty prose.

Back from the Dead


Back from the Dead


$7.99


This inspiring memoir from sports and cultural icon Bill Walton recounts his devastating injuries and amazing recoveries, set in the context of his UCLA triumphs under John Wooden, his storied NBA career, and his affinity for music and the Grateful Dead. In February 2007, Bill Walton suffered a catastrophic spinal collapse?the culmination of a lifetime of injuries?that left him unable to move. He spent three years on the floor of his house, eating his meals there and crawling to the bathroom, where he could barely hoist himself up onto the toilet. The excruciating pain and slow recovery tested Walton to the fullest. But with extraordinary patience, fortitude, determination, and sacrifice?and pioneering surgery?he recovered, and now shares his life story in this remarkable and unique memoir. Walton grew up in San Diego in the 1950s and 1960s and was deeply influenced by the political and cultural upheavals of that period. Although he strongly identified with the cool people, particularly in music and politics, his greatest role model outside his family was super-straight UCLA basketball coach John Wooden, a thoughtful, rigorous mentor who seemed immune to the turmoil of the times. Although there was always tension and conflict between them, the two men would speak nearly every day for forty-three years, until Wooden?s death at age ninety-nine. Despite a lifelong stuttering affliction Walton chose a career in broadcasting after his playing days ended. He eventually won an Emmy Award and other accolades for broadcasting and was recognized as a leading media pundit. John Wooden once said that no greatness ever came without sacrifice. Nothing better illustrates this saying than the real story of Walton?s life. In his own words, Back from the Dead shares this dramatic story, including his basketball and broadcasting careers, his many setbacks and rebounds, and his ultimate triumph as the toughest of champions.

End of the Road Tour


End of the Road Tour


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For 30 years, Jerry Garcia played guitar and sang for the Grateful Dead, and by doing so, inspired a modern cultural phenomenon-the legions of nomadic fans that made a communal way of life out of following Jerry and the Dead-the Deadheads. The End of the Road began shooting just 3 months before Garcia’s Death in 1995-documenting life on the road with this family of bohemian wanderers-on what would be the final tour with Jerry and the Dead. That summer the road came to an end back where it all began-in San Francisco-where thousands gathered one last time for eulogies from bandmates, friends and family at the memorial for Jerry Garcia.

Grateful Dead - Blown Away White T-Shirt - L


Grateful Dead – Blown Away White T-Shirt – L


$19.95


A skeletal family clan is blown away by a barrage of roses in an iconic image from the Grateful Dead on this white, 100% cotton t-shirt. An awesome tee for any Deadhead with a passion for the classics.

Grateful Dead - Classic Dancing Bears Youth T-Shirt - Youth Large


Grateful Dead – Classic Dancing Bears Youth T-Shirt – Youth Large


$15.95


The classic row of dancing bears. Owsley Bear Stanley was a member of the Dead family from early on. Bob Thomas created a tribute to Bear’s whimsical spirit-6 colorful dancing bears, which would shortly become one of the most recognizable symbols of the Dead. The Bears dance across the front of this all-cotton white tee, delightful and colorful image for your little one.

Grateful Dead - Classic Dancing Bears Youth T-Shirt - Youth X-Large


Grateful Dead – Classic Dancing Bears Youth T-Shirt – Youth X-Large


$17.95


The classic row of dancing bears. Owsley Bear Stanley was a member of the Dead family from early on. Bob Thomas created a tribute to Bear’s whimsical spirit-6 colorful dancing bears, which would shortly become one of the most recognizable symbols of the Dead. The Bears dance across the front of this all-cotton white tee, delightful and colorful image for your little one.

Haight St. Posse


Haight St. Posse


$18.03


The final years of the kids of the Grateful Dead Family that lived in San Francisco in the Haight & Ashbury District. *Author: Jackson, Token *Binding Type: Paperback *Number of Pages: 196 *Publication Date: 2007/11/19 *Language: English *Dimensions: 5.98 x 9.00 x 0.45 inches

HIPPIE ~Wall Clock peace symbol sign grateful dead gift


HIPPIE ~Wall Clock peace symbol sign grateful dead gift


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This BRAND NEW wall clock measures 10 inches in diameter. It has a black plastic frame with a clear cover. Graphics are rich and vibrant and will last a lifetime. These clocks make a great accent to any room in your home or business. A perfect addition to your kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, family room or anywhere. The clock has precision quartz movement and operates on 1 AA battery (not included). Please take a moment to look through our entire clock inventory, these make great gifts!

Me, My Hair, and I


Me, My Hair, and I


$4.49


?Untangles the many truths about hair, and the lives we lead underneath it. Pamela Druckerman, author ofBringing Up B?b? These twenty-seven? hair pieces? offer up reflections and revelations about family, race, religion, ritual, culture, motherhood, politics, celebrity, what goes on in African American kitchens and at Hindu Bengali weddings, alongside stories about the influence of Jackie Kennedy, Lena Horne, Farrah Fawcett, and the Grateful Dead. Layered into these essays you?ll find surprises, insights, hilarity, and the resonance of common experience. Marita Golden writes about her grief over what so many African American women still endure to obtain? good hair. Patricia Volk itemizes her seventeen hair care products, each with a price tag. Myra Goldberg tells of how ill equipped she was to tend the hair of her adopted biracial daughter. And Suleika Jaouad describes the ravages of chemotherapy and the empowerment of shaving designs onto her head. These writers know that a woman?s hair is her glory, her nemesis, her history, and her self-esteem. They know, too, that many things in life matter more than hair, but few bring as much pleasure as a really great hairdo. With tender sensitivity and wild wit, these wonderful writers examine the allure, magic, curse, thrills, and sorrows of hair. Luanne Rice, author ofThe Lemon Orchard?Me, My Hair, and I. is a terrific read for those of us who obsess about our hair. Or those who live with those of us who do. A collection that is, I dare say, a cut above the rest. Mary Morris, author ofThe Jazz Palace

Playing Card - Wonderful Weiners - Photos Poker Licensed Gifts Toys 52233


Playing Card – Wonderful Weiners – Photos Poker Licensed Gifts Toys 52233


$12.83


If you play your cards right, Santa might put one of these fun decks of cards in your stocking! There’s something here for everyone! No more boring bridge games! Cards are a great way to unplug and have some great family & friend time! Choose from: Bacon, Bigfoot, Emoji Happy, Emoji Poop, Wonderful Wiener, Retro Batman, Retro Superman, Retro Wonder Woman, Marvel Heroes, Marvel Villians, Spiderman, A Christmas Story, National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation, Elf, Kiss, Pink Floyd, Grateful Dead.

Por Favor [Digipak]


Por Favor [Digipak]


$10.06


Audio Mixers: Dave Cobb; Matt Ross-Spang. Recording information: Low Country Sound, Nashville, TN. Since making his debut in 2004, Brett Dennen’s amiable folk-pop has earned him a loyal following and placed him among some of the previous decade’s more prominent contemporary pop troubadours, from Jason Mraz to Ray LaMontagne. While he hasn’t quite enjoyed the success of those acts, it’s certainly not for lack of trying. His wealth of hooky melodies and thoughtful acoustic musings has been spread out over five strong releases and his almost John Denver-like aura of sincerity gives him an approachable allure. On Por Favor, the singer’s sixth effort, he strips his music down to the barest essentials to create what is easily his most vulnerable and intimate album. Admittedly worn thin by a relationship on the rocks, family trouble, and a health scare, this is a Dennen we’ve never heard, with a noticeably frayed spirit and a searching heart. The feeling of heightened sensitivity and the minimalist production from Nashville’s Dave Cobb (Sturgill Simpson, Jason Isbell) gives Por Favor more of an organic and timeless feeling than any of Dennen’s prior work, and his quavering high tenor has never sounded so appropriate to the material. But even in his darkest hours, Dennen’s breezy style and humble demeanor make him come off like a fallen optimist trying to retune his antenna sunward. Light tones of calypso and reggae color tracks like What’s the Secret? and Stand Up for It, and the rhythm section of drummer Chris Powell and bassist Brian Allen pepper the tunes with a roomy, off-the-cuff vibe. On his sunnier moments, Dennen evokes the loose, rootsy vibe of American Beauty-era Grateful Dead, and there’s even a reference to Jerry Garcia on the hushed standout Strawberry Road. Recorded in just a couple of weeks at Cobb’s all-analog Nashville studio, the performances are loose and honest, with tape hiss filling the gaps between chords on quieter tunes like Where We Left Of

The Mindeater [ep] [digipak]


The Mindeater [ep] [digipak]


$5.64


Recording information: Logan Street, Louisville, KY. This collaborative EP between Will Oldham (Bonnie Prince Billy) and experimental acid-folk outfit Phantom Family Halo should please fans of Oldham’s earlier, tinnier work, especially that which was done under the Palace moniker. Raw, lo-fi, and unfussy, Mindeater doesn’t make a very big initial impression, but there’s a grim, rustic eeriness to the whole affair that suggests more than just a shared Kentucky upbringing. Steeped in the kind of vague, messianic Laurel Canyon vibe that permeated some of the creepier Grateful Dead outings, the four tracks – one of which (I Wonder If I Care as Much) is a fuzzed out Everly Brothers cover – sound like someone crept up behind the gang with a tape recorder, waited until the last campfire ember dimmed, and then hit the road, only to be found years later in a ravine with the goods in tow. ~ James Christopher Monger

Truckers, Kickers, Cowboy Angels: The


Truckers, Kickers, Cowboy Angels: The


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Liner Note Author: Colin Escott. Illustrator: Colin Escott. Photographer: Colin Escott. On the third volume of Bear Family’s seven-entry country-rock chronicle Truckers, Kickers, Cowboy Angels: The Blissed-Out Birth of Country-Rock, the label moves into 1970, a year that saw a nascent, long-haired Americana gain popularity but also get a bit weirder. Thanks to the Band’s success – Music from Big Pink turned heads in 1968, but 1969’s The Band found its way onto the Billboard Top 10, bringing the group to the cover of Time in the opening weeks of 1970 – there were now hordes of fellow travelers, including hippies like Jefferson Airplane, trying on overalls for size. The Airplane brought in Jerry Garcia to play steel on The Farm, one of the 38 tunes featured on this double-disc set, a collection of songs that also includes two cuts from the Grateful Dead’s twin ’70 releases, Workingman’s Dead and American Beauty. If the San Franciscan hippies were embracing roots, so were the blissed-out Los Angelenos. Led by Gram Parsons, who spent much of 1970 closing out his run with the Flying Burrito Brothers, these creatures of the Canyon included Mike Nesmith, who was just breaking free from the Monkees, and Rick Nelson, continuing the path they started in 1969 – a journey that can be heard on the second volume of Truckers, Kickers, Cowboy Angels – but the ’70s saw the rise of idiosyncratic singer/songwriters like Jesse Winchester, Eric Andersen, and Townes Van Zandt, along with Nashville rebels David Allan Coe and Kris Kristofferson, the latter also seeing success via a cover of Me and Bobby McGee from Janis Joplin. A new wrinkle came in the form of the wooly, hard-driving rockers from the south, a breed typified by the Allman Brothers Band but also encompassing Delaney & Bonnie & Friends. A lot of the lesser-known names here – Swampwater, Goose Creek Symphony, Country Funk, Wildweeds – fall outside of these parameters, skewing closer to the bright, wide-open sound of

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