Chief5959 wrote:I do not think that older deads look down on younger fans at least I do not. What you would hope for is that people who find the band now continue the journey to listen to as much different types of music as you are drawn to. One thing that sometimes bothers me about the world around the GD scene is it that it becomes very insular with people listening to show after show and may close themselves off from things happening now.
b weird wrote:I think the only younger Deadheads the older dudes look down apon are the ones who only started liking the Dead for "Touch Of Grey". Then those Younger "Deadheads" would just be fakers.
I'm talking about the "Touch Heads" the ones who only went to the show just to hear "Touch", and could care less about the slower songs like "Stella Blue", and "China Doll", and the like. Some of the older "Heads" must know the ones I'm talking about.Rev_Roach wrote:b weird wrote:I think the only younger Deadheads the older dudes look down apon are the ones who only started liking the Dead for "Touch Of Grey". Then those Younger "Deadheads" would just be fakers.
So what if thats how they started? so long as they progress from that
BlobWeird wrote:Now i kick myself! But yeah being 22 i never saw them either. Cant say I never had the "chance" cuz yeah as I said i did have the chance. But ive been listenin for about 4 years now and it does sting like hell. Makes ya wanna cry really.
deadguise wrote:I "forced" my sons to see The Other Ones and they both were glad that I did. Now they keep stealing my Dicks Picks.
To be a Dead Head, all you need is to love the music and understand where they're coming from.
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