outta bounds

“Jerry had one of the most beautiful minds Iā€™ve ever known. He would make connections between disparate thoughts and make them fit in harmonious ways. And his music was a lot like that also. It was paradoxical. He had that shit-between-the-toes, barnyard, down-home funkiness, and at the same time he could play the farthest-out spacey shit. He was always a source of wonder. When he played, it would be this endless stream of glorious melody.”

— Phil Lesh

(Source: fuckyesgratefuldead, via justleaveitalonealready)

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