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    Grateful Dead Blues for Allah Art Print Signed by Philip Garris. Numbered 246 out of 1500, this print reproduces the darkly cosmic art for the Dead's 1975 album, Blues for Allah. Matted and framed to 24.25" x 24.25", and signed in pencil by the artist, the amazingly talented frequent Grateful Dead collaborator Philip Garris. Featuring a robed skeletal fiddler sporting sunglasses and sitting at a stone window with the majestic night sky beyond, this print shows the art as it was meant to be seen, with every crack and pit in the stone, and every fold in the cloth, rendered in lifelike detail. Absolutely crackling with energy. Excellent. From Bill's the "mo" Years at Warner Brothers Collection.

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    February, 2016
    20th Saturday
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