Grateful Dead

Dave's Picks Volume 2 Gallery

Get on the bus back to the summer of '74 as we explore the exceptional 7/31 show from Dillon Stadium, Hartford, CT - the selection for Dave's Picks Volume 2 - with a groovy gallery of photos taken by Jim Anderson and John Cantamessa. One of the longest, most exceptionally well-played shows of the entire year, the limited-edition 3-disc set will feature the complete performance and is due early May.

Launch the slideshow. (And don't forget to turn up the volume to hear a track from 7/31/74 while you're viewin'.)

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:-)

This was my first GD concert. I was 15. Wow.

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That's really amazing! Thank

That's really amazing! Thank you a lot for another post. Well done. Keep doing in the same way!

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Dave's Picks Vol 2. cover art

Please show us the goods and the track list, although almost all of us know the track list anyway. And of course, there will be all the yeas & nays comments about the cover.

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What a show.. I was there ..

My friends telll me I had fun... I'll take their word for it...

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What a show.. I was there ..

My friends telll me I had fun... I'll take their word for it...

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AUD tape source?

Hey Bergermeister, I think it is. the source or "a source." Not too many tapers way back then.

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cardboard weir???

I've been to alot of shows, my friend, and never once did I see a cardboard cut-out of anyone....maybe I missed them....maybe it was the stimulant of the day.....maybe I was hung up, waiting for a windy day....

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AUD tape

Check out slide #33 for the mic stand - is that the source of http://archive.org/details/gd74-07-31.degen.weiner.gdADT.7363.sbeok.shnf or is there a missing AUD out there with superior sound (and matrix potential)?

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WEIR

I wondered when someone would notice this. Durring the show roadies continuosly brought out different cardboard cutouts of Bobby. Someone on stage would point to something in the croud , then people would look in that direction and when they looked back Bobby would have changed positions.

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Where's Weir?

I'm listening to this wonderful slide presentation with Jack Straw playing, I can Hear Bobby singing, but I can't hear his guitar at all.

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