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Understanding Timana Tahu requires a trip to Red Rocks

timana tahuBy Nick Walshaw, Daily Telegraph

C'mon. Let's follow that winding Colorado mountain road all the way up through rattlesnake country - to 2000 metres above sea level - until, finally, we arrive at a breathtaking amphitheatre some 300 million years in the making.


U2, they say, rocked this joint to its earthen core in '83. Neil Young, John Denver, even The Grateful Dead are among others...


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