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The 60s music Small coffee shops a restaurants sound of a new type of music was emerging The new artists like The Grateful Dead The Doors Jimi Hendrix and Led Zepplin were making their mark on the modern rock scene The Grateful Dead or the Dead as they were also know was a band that came together in the streets of San Francisco They spent their early years playing for free in the parks around Fairfax Along this time they were gaining popularity with the local people and began to tour around the area They would travel from town to town with a make-shift caravan of cars and busses of groupies called the dead heads not very far behind them The numbers of dead heads soon reached in the 10000s When the Dead stopped touring they donated their unused equipment to small named bands After the death of Jerry Garcia the Grateful dead have never been the same because he was one of the main driving forces behind the success Another band around at the time was The Doors The front man Jim Morrison was a shy person who sang with his back to the crowds the people thought this was weird but like the music Later Jim got drunk and turned around and the crowd went wild From there on the band got counts of indecent exposure at shows and almost jail time Their drug life style was also poured in to their songs both musically and lyrically Once on the Ed Sulivan show they were kicked out for not changing the lyrics of their songs When singersong writer Jim Morrison died in a bath tub due to drug complications the life of The Doors had ended The Jimi Hendrix Experience was making waves in Woodstock and around the world With guitar god Jimi playing it was an unbeatable team Jimi was hailed as the greatest guitar player of
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