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    Are you the only All Blacks fan who wears a Dead shirt to every match? Are you having trouble finding people to trade with in Tonga? Find neighbors here!

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  • August 3, 2019 - 10:48pm
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    Thank you , for a real good time...

    Meet at the Movies in Australia acted as a great meeting place for people who don't know any other heads, our Australian Deadheads Facebook group grew its numbers by 15% in just a day after the movie as we talked to folks there and told them about our existence.

    It would be better to have fewer theaters showing the shows in cities like Melbourne and Sydney as people arranged to meet at one place , at the Astor in Melbourne people arranged to meet there , where they had people dancing along, we were more sedate in Adelaide , there were about 20 people attending each viewing in Perth and Brisbane , have not had any reports from Sydney, as they don't seem to be as much of a community there,people are probably very spread out .

    Lack of publicity was an issue , the local cinema in Adelaide did zip to publicize the event , if it can be done again we can try and spread the word on our Australian Deadhead Facebook group and get more to attend by handing out fliers and tacking up posters on bulletin boards.

  • September 17, 2018 - 5:32pm
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    I'm a Deadhead tourist
    I might go to Australia next year. I'm not even sure if Sidney or Melbourne since I have never been there. I was wondering if any Heads out there on the island can shack me up for a week, maybe in March.My name is Joe. I am a US born male 58 years old. Thank you. My email is Mojocarma7@ yahoo.com
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    A couple of things... Ramblin Roses, Dave Evans From The Band Who Knew Too Much with Luke Plumb from Shooglenifty and a few other choice players, playing Dead/Band Cosmic Country.......Check em out Also the Racoon Club in Plenty Rd Preston, The owner Pricey always has tasty Dead on the House PA and theres a few DHs floating around the Bar, Tell em the Ice Creme Kid sent Ya!!!
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    Anyone out there know lovely Liz Rutherford..?
    I met Liz in Guatemala in 1989. We became fast friends, and she visited me several times in Los Angeles. But we lost touch after I moved from my old place. I am hoping someone on this forum might know how to reach this incredible woman. She sold Guatemalan bracelets at Dead shows for at least a decade, and was known by so many on the tour. I saw footage of her in a Dead documentary awhile back. If anyone knows Lizzie, or how I might find her, please let me know. Her old friend Suzanne Ali in Los Angeles misses her!! Cheers! Suzanne Ali producersuzanne@gmail.com
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    Any aussie fans keen to sell their Winterland '69 box or Road Trip bonus discs?
  • August 26, 2017 - 5:33am
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    Hi Love and Peace
    I'm here. I'm an Aussie who lived in the US for 21 years.Been back in Melbourne for a while now. I'm so thirsty for some good live jamband music. do let me know if you come across any. Feel free to PM me
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    Hi, Im wondering if this facebook group is still going on. Ive been in Melbourne for 12 years. Starving for live GD inspired music and am keen to connect. Peace
  • January 22, 2017 - 1:57am
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    Just got to Sydney about a week ago & came across this thread - sent a request to join the group. I'm living in Darlinghurst, a couple of blocks from Hyde Park - need to find some music & good vibes! I'm from the US - already booked a ticket back there for Delfest this year - but would love insights on where to find good music & kind folks in the area.
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    Going on 4 years in Sydney now and I have met only a single head who has since returned stateside! This city needs a jam band, anybody want to help me fill the air? Don't tell me this town ain't got no heart! (~);-}
  • August 29, 2016 - 7:41pm
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    given that almost no one bothers with email anymore and Facebook has a lot of heads online i have created a closed group for Australian and new zealand heads who want to have a natter and perhaps get together , so far there are 12 of us in a few days, we need to drag in more people , then we can possibly organise some gigs where a bunch of us attend . we are posting up pix and links to bands playing and hope to keep it ticking over daily.So far we have members in Melbourne, Adelaide and Brisbane .you will need to look up the Bobo Bolinski who lives in Nagasaki ( yeh right ) send him a friend request and your'e in . BTW we have few rules if any , but no arguing about which Aussie rules teams are the best :-)
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seems to me that Japan got a very active and lively deadhead scene withregular events. as far as i know nothing like it exist in Australia but i hope that i'm wrong about it. a Byron Bay radio station had a night program 'A Long Strange Trip' simular to the Grateful Dead Hour;i don't know if it's still going - lost the link. if somebody here knows more about GD related events and radio programs in OZ,please drop a note
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When I was at WOMAD a few years ago I was wearing my Steal Your Base tie die and was accosted by a Deadhead. He informed me that there were five Deadheads in Adelaide. That can't be true. Can it? Happy Trails
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Hey mussell8, I am in touch with 2 Adelaide (well one is a bit out of town) Deadheads myself. And I get over there to visit my Mother a couple of times a year and help swell the numbers from time to time.
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There's not many in New Zealand I can attest to that. At least not ones who actually made it to shows. I was born there and spent quite a few years there at different points in time. I'm the only actual tourhead from there that I've ever met and I've traveled throughout that land many a time mixing it up with the alternative folks of the various towns and scenes. There are a dozen or so that hit up a few shows though that I've run into here and there. There must be at least that many again that I didn't run into. I guess that makes me the King of the New Zealand Deadheads... ha, ha! ;) Are you kind?
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Just a quick note....I and my friend Dave have been trying to start a Deadhead Club in the Melbourne area, but have had little to no response. If anyone would like to catch up with us, we welcome them. Reply to this and we'll make contact.All the best The Estimated Prophet
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Melbourne? Deadhead? Hey that's me. Been on the bus since, um, early '70s, saw the band only once (Winterland, June, '77) and then went off on a whole grunge>New Orleans>jazz thing until a few years back when I started acquiring a whole bunch of live stuff. Thankfully, the timeslot of my PBS (106.7 FM) show The Pearls has shifted from high-profile, jazz-only Sunday arvos to a much more relaxing 11am-1pm. At the moment most shows are going like this: about 1/3 jazz, mostly pre-WWII; about 1/3 live GD; about 1/3 western swing and country; plus whatever else I feel like playing. I'm getting good feedback on the GD stuff. Some from geriatrics like myself. But some, too, from younger folks. Melbourne's a very hip music city, but AKAIK there's never been regular Dead on public radio. So while various generations here are more than familiar with, say, the Velvets and even the 13th Floor Elevators, the Dead could be a bit of a blind spot. I'd love to get together with any melbourne Deadheads. Send a PM here or go to weirk@heraldsun.com.au ********************** It's simple: Go Socceroos, Go Victory, Go All Blacks, Go Storm. And turn up the volume. And then some more.
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Deadheads in Melbourne breakin' out all over! *************** It's simple: Go Socceroos, Go Victory, Go All Blacks, Go Storm. And turn up the volume. And then some more.
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Hey Kenny,I was pretty suprised to see a review of Cow Palace in the Herald Sun. So, that was you! Tony
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Yep that was me. The music biz has changed so much in recent years that I've become well used to paying for the stuff I review. The stuff we get sent to the paper is uniformly dire. And with the internet, it's cool to review stuff not available in Oz, although I do get calls from older readers frustrated that they can't by some weird old jazz or country CD I've reviewed at their local Sanity! I'd love to do the new From The vault, but I think there's too much Pigpen on there for me. The Cow Plalace set is holding up real well and has become one of my favourites. I get the odd thing from Greville Records. Although today in the office I have with me 100 Year Hall and Steppin Out. ******** It's simple: Go Socceroos, Go Victory, Go All Blacks, Go Storm. And turn up the volume. And then some more.
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Tony also: I read with interest your comments on another thread about buying stuff through official Dead channels. I've been burnt there, too. Never again! As I said to the woman I dealt with last time, it's not just the incovenicne involved in slack service - it's a matter of NOT getting what you've paid for. I.E. - it's theft! ****** It's simple: Go Socceroos, Go Victory, Go All Blacks, Go Storm. And turn up the volume. And then some more.
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Their procedures are just not up to scratch. In my case, I eventually got it all sorted. The postage costs are the killer but it seems that USPS have hiked their prices. I just had an Amazon-Marketplace order refunded because the seller couldn't afford to fund the postage out of what Amazon allowed them. Those GD Taping Compendiums are heavy books!
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Yet another DH settled in Melbourne.I like the stuff about the Socceroos but the other stuff? the bairn
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Ah well each to his own. I'm probably a bit hyper as three of those teams are going around in the next six hours or so. :) Seems there may be more of us here in Melbourne than any of us figured. I'll be interested to see how this pans out over the next copupla weeks. I'm enjoying the GD Radio Hours shows. ******* It's simple: Go Socceroos, Go Victory, Go All Blacks, Go Storm. And turn up the volume. And then some more.
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I've bought quite a bit of stuff over the years primarily from the Dead shop. Only once did the goods fail to arrive, contacted the shop and they were resent. That's not theft that's super service. the bairn
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Yes well I've had super service, too. In the past. But the past couple of times? Nah
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things are a bit buggy still. But let's also say, it's being worked on. And now, back to Oz.
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Well, well, well. Nice to see some fellow heads out there.....It would be wonderful to meet up with you all sometime soon. I am traveling to Europe in mid august and back early Oct. I will try and set something up when I get back. Thanks for responding......if you wish email me on kurtperry@tmb.net.au and we'll go from there. Cheers Kurt
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Kenny, please forget your prejudices and review it. You get to recount the telepathy experiment story for a start. And this is the first show without Mickey Hart. Happy Trails
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Telepathy experiment? You lost me there. I'll prolly buy Vault No.3 set when my tax refund turns up in a couple of weeks. Hey, hey - very nice to hear from fellow DHs here and through email. Let's stay in touch and get together ASAP. Cheers, Kenny
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The run of 6 shows at Port Chester from Feb 18 through Feb 24, 1971 were dubbed the ESP Experiment. Various pictures were projected onto a screen behind the band and the audience was supposed to focus on these images and try to 'transmit' them psychically to a bunch of subjects in a nearby lab. Apparently it didn't work to well. Those damn hippies couldn't concentrate too long on anything much. These shows were also among the first "Betty Boards" to surface into the mainstream. (Another useful fact to be gleaned from the Deadhead's Taping Compendium Vol 1) Tony
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"didn't work too well" is probably overstating the case for the sceptics. From the report on the experiments in the Fortean Times: The Dream Laboratory’s report on the experiment noted: “The average evaluation of the two judges was computed for each pair of dream transcripts and target pictures. If coincidence, rather than ESP, had been operating, the judges’ evaluation of the correct transcript/target pairs would have been higher than all other pairs one time out of six. For Miss Parise, one correct pair obtained the highest rating. In the case of Mr Bessent, the judges gave the highest score to the correct pairs four times out of six… Thus, for Mr Bessent, the ESP hypothesis is supported. Further, some support is given to the position that the agents must know who the target is to be transmitted to and where he is located for telepathy to occur.” See more at: http://www.forteantimes.com/features/articles/169/the_grateful_deads_ac… Happy Trails
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Fascinating - thanks for filling me on that bit of Dead lore. Personally, I can relate to "Those damn hippies couldn't concentrate too long on anything much" more than other explanations.
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greetings fellow deadheads from down under been on the bus for 40 very odd years and ain'tgetting off till the end. cheers from oz!
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Hey all, happy to see other Melbourne Deadheads, I knew you guys were out there! A Deadheads Club as mentioned or any other contact sounds great.
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OK - a question for my fellow Melbournites: Anyone you can tip as playing around Melbourne these days who does GD-type thing? For the past couple of years, after three decades of incessant gig-going, I've been laying pretty low and doing other stuff. And the decade before that was mostly jazz at Bennetts Lane and elsewhere, so I'm singularly ill-informed. The Paul Williamson Hammond Combo plays every Monday night (free) at the Rainbow Hotel in Fitzroy and are fantastic. Straighahead jazz/blues/R&B in their own fashion, but they groove as hard as anybody. And every week they have sit-in guest which always makes it interesting. I think the clearest GD trip I've ever experienced regularly came froma now defunct outfit called Diana Kiss, which - like the Hammond Combo - had a long-running residency at the Espy. Lineup: Ross Hannaford (gtr), Peter Jones (dms), Jex Saarelaht (keys), Russell Smith (keys/tpt), Stu Speed (bass). Monster grooves all 'round and a Dead-like way with cover versions, same as with the Hammond Combo. And I reckon it could even be said that Hannaford is Australia's version of J Garcia. Then there's a band called Checkerboard Blues Lounge - i suspect they, too, inhabit a jammy world, although they don't play too often. Any suggestions? BTW, I reckon a Monday night at the Rainbow would be a great time/place for a first-up Melbourne Deadhead gathering. Any Monday, all Mondays!
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Then again, maybe we could meet at: Motorhead @ The Forum, October 19.
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Here's a tip for my fellow Melbourne souls: Vegetable pakoras, $5; Madhumoti, 95 Irving Street, Footscray. Most often the pakoras I find in Melbourne - especially at the cheaper end of the spectrum that Bennie and I favour - are variously greasy, too spicy and tough as old boots. Not these. No. These are heavenly For your five bucks you get four good-sized patties deep fried just right, non-greasy but crunchy and full of juicy veges, with sweet onion to the fore. Yummo! I'm still finding my way through the longish menu for the other good hits at this newish, clean friendly, cheap eatery that is on the corner oppositie the Dancing Dog Cafe.
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Hey Folks: Looking for deadheads in NZ for a catch up on old times. Also, I do a little bit of Dead-inspired music when I have spare time with two upcoming shows in Wellington and Masterton (have a look at richardleschen.com). If you can't make it to a show thats cool, maybe we can meet for a coffee while I'm on the road... see ya, R
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Me and my left-ear tinnitus couldn't handle that sort of strife these days.
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I was a round-eyed little Australian country boy on my first over-seas trip. I used to devour Time magazine in my high-school library to see what the hippies were doing next. I finally made it to San Francisco in December 1970. I was a little late for Haight Ashbury, but I was determined to see what this was all about anyway, so I took myself down to Winterland for New Year's Eve. I was given a ticket by someone waiting outside who had a spare, I was given a big doober to smoke by another freak who thought anyone listening to the 'Dead had to be stoned, and it just got better from there. I have been a Deadhead ever since. I was given Dylan and the Dead for Christmas 34 years on. The expression “ÿou’re a long time dead” can probably change to “you’re a long time a deadhead”.
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Reasons to lurve Melbourne No. 253: Today I scurried up Elizabeth St with a view to partaking of something spicy at one of my fave cheap eats - Bismi's Gold An Fork. But that groovy Indian cafe was jammed with a queue of 20 or so. So I kep on walking towards the market and eventually settled on a new Vietnamese place called Red Wall. I ordered my standard bowl of rare beed pho before I realised it was a hybrid Sino-Viet joint. Now don't get me wrong - I love the variety of food dound in such joints and Bennie and I haunt them in the west on a regular basis. But I've always found that unless a place specialises in pho, it's best not to order it Well blow me down and call me happy, but out it came - as fresh, fragrant, tasty and momentously delicious as any pho I've ever had, anywhere, anytime. The broth was rich and dark, the meat was tender, all was fresh. Sublime. Pho - proof that God exists.
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My name is Peter BersaniI have lived outside of ChCh for nearly 18 years. last summer tour was in 1988, Maine, Massachusettes Saratoga. Buffalo. Have managed to share the love here a bit and have a few friends who "get it" regarding the music. I sit and watch and sometimes contribute here online from my earliest experience in 87 on DNC to active chat in the late 90's. Would love to meet/chat with any other kiwis who remember the good old, well good 78-88 old days. Saw shows from a base in Boulder including Tempe, Red Rocks, Alladin and the bowl, Man I miss it... Love to you all -Peter
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Hey now!! Thanks Kenny W for the Rainbow suggestion....monday nights might be difficult for me though as I hit the volleyball court for some aggression release. By the way....how's about Hong Kong BBQ in Footscray? Veddy veddy nice. There's another joint by HK bbq that has superb pho...just can't remember the name. Kenny, I will also say that Diana Kiss in it's prime was hot hot hot and they were probably closest to a "jam vibe" as Melbourne has seen...in fact, I just spun the Ross Hannaford Trio cd last week and what a great album too. I'm sure there are some bands around that jam a bit but I've yet to come across them. Actually, a band I booked recently at the Brunswick Hotel called Sonic Attack apparently do very good covers of Hawkwind!! We'll be booking them again later in the year. I am leaving for Europe in about an hour so I'll be in touch when I get back in early Oct! Look forward to meeting everyone when I get back.... think I'll put on Europe 72 now....... theEstimated Prophet
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Blimey - Hawkwind covers band? Mebbe that should be our Melb Deadhead gathering. Can you gets us all drinks cards? :) As regards the Rainbow, well I'm only free every other Monday coz of parental duty. Hell, since we aren't talking hordes here I may even cook up a pot of blackeyed peas and have every one around on a Sunday. We'll see ... Nah, I avoid Hong Kong BBQ these days - had a few less than satisfactory experiences there and that's that. Plus, the joint is looking pretty shabby these days. For Chinese BBQ meats, I got to Racecourse Rd in Flemington, which is quite a nice cheap eat strip in its own right. Around central Footiscray, there's a whole bunch of places Bennie and me goes to, depending on what we feel like. And right near the market, there's about three new places - fresher, crisper, menus not dog-eared and so on. I always find that when of those properties turn over to a new business the food and service is automatically higher for a good while coz they're trying real hard. And often they have dishes I haven't had before, or at the very least variations on the familiar. Give us all a yooo hoo when you're back. Happy Trails, buddy ....
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in the australian rolling stone issue 669 is the robert greenfield article/interview with bear.not sure if it's the same lenght than the original article from the us rolling stone. love the part that bear is now catching as many as 225 cane toads on a good night. bear - all the best to you !!!
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Well it sure is great to know there really are some deadheads in melbourne i'v e a dear friend who is also on the bus but u don't meet too many can't get my daughter enthused not yet!but who knows,i love the dead because they took risks & hung around for so long just like me! I sure do miss a band that really jams. Cheers Chas
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Being, sometimes, the last one on the list to receive them from a small GD orientated trading group that I am part of, I have a bunch of data DVDs piled up in my study looking for a new lease of life. All files are in either shn or flac format. I would be happy to pass these on to fellow deadheads of Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands. Your only committment being to similarly pass them on once you've converted them into audio format. Please be assured - none of this material is officially available. PM me if interested.
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25 year old Deadhead from Melbourne. Would love to meet up with some fellow fans. Mark
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Looks like we might get something happening in a few months time. In the meantime, there's the Storm and the Victory to cheer for and the AFL to ignore!
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Hi there good to know there are other people who appreciate the Dead's great music - it would be great to meet up sometime who people who don't say "are they some sort of heavy metal band?" or "huh?" i have been listening to the band sice 1969/70 via some school friends (including Frank Gambale's brother, Nuncio) bringing in "Live Dead". The band helped me thru some scary moments. However i never got to see them live - which i've come to terms with now but really pissed me off for a few years. I've got some acid trip soundtracks and interviews with Garcia and the Dead on video and audio amongst some music videos if anyone wants them. Is there any band in melbourne that plays Dead or Garcia (?bluegrass even) music?? anyhow keep me in touch with any planned get together - i have a few email addresses eg gerry.oconnor@bchs.org.au and gerry.oconnor@pvch.org.au cheers - Gerry O'Connor {8>{)}
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My surname is O'Connor too. Wonder if we're distantly related... in a typical Dead-related synchronicity ;) Mark
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Oh, by the way, I think Melbourne's I Spit On Your Gravy did some Dead covers years ago when I saw them at a pub. "Ripple" comes to mind.
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The reposnses to this thread would seem to infer that Melbourne is THE hotbed of Grateful Deadiness in Australia. Yet if you look at the Google map, there's been more visitors from Sydney.
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OK we may all be Melburnites, we may all be DHs of one sort or another - but I bet there are other affilations around here, too Myself, I am rapt that ... *The Storm are headed for another (hopefully victorious) NRL Grand Final, while the crowd for this Sunday's game is already up above 30,000. *The New Zealanders are winning in the silly but mildly diverting Twenty20, while the arrogant Australians are losing. *The All Blacks are headed for a union World Cup, while some of the minnows - most notably Georgia (of all places) - have acquitted themselves pretty well. Meanwhile, the Wallabies are doing OK but their scrum doesn't look like it'll stand up to the sort of scrutiny headed their way. *The Matildas are going great guns in the women's World Cup, playing Canada tonight. I'm am less enthused about ... *Melbourne Victory - geeez, four games and four draws. Oh dear - bit of a wobbly start there, boys, especially after the glories of the 6-0 Grand Final. Bennie and I went the Mariners game last Sunday, and he was stoked when dad bought him a Victory T-shirt. (I get by with one of my natty GD numbers). So what's your poison? Given the number of Melburnites hereabouts, I suspect there's prolly a fair bit of support for the lesser football code - Collingwood, Geelong, Kangaroos anyone? :)
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SHN and FLAC are "lossless" as opposed to mp3 which is "lossy". You need to convert the files to WAV before burning to CD. There is a easily downloadable program called Traders Little Helper which will do this for you. You can typically fit upwards of 4 complete shows onto a DVD in this format expanding out into upwards of 12 CDs (just depends on how long those shows are!). The question is whether you are ready to move beyond the 36 available Dick's Picks and various vault sourced official releases into the realms of trading and bit torrent. There are more than 2300 Dead shows out there!
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A bunch of Melburnites, DH or otherwise, with no sports passions or allegiances. Time to lay off the bongs and head for the footy, fellas ... :)