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They played for three hours and during this time the workers and the fire department and little children lit hundreds of candles and placed them around the pool as if it were a religious shrine . . . a Lourdes or place of healing waters. As the party progressed, the candles were extinguished by the bodies of various drunken celebrants being thrown in the pool by other drunken celebrants. The Dead played louder and louder; the locals never heard anything like it before and they were delirious. — (Archives)

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Betty Cantor-Jackson microphone wrangler

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Our French hosts, Daniel Scuster and Jean-Jacques Damiani, attend the unloading equipment

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Chateau exterior

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Jerry enjoying a glass of wine in the Chateau

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Pigpen having a smoke while surveying the scene

Photos: All – Rosie McGee
Art: Alton Kelly and Stanley Mouse