Is there a page for Dave's Picks Vol. 8?
I'm getting antsy for Dave's next release: who's got a good guess on what it will be?
Is there a page for Formerly the Warlocks?
the In Search of Stuff thread: http://www.dead.net/forum/search-stuff
I think over time there will be a lot of folks in this situation.
is there a place here for want to buys? although i'm up there in years, i started getting into the dead pretty late, having stopped with the 3-lp europe '72, and now, i'm totally hooked. so i'm looking, well after the fact, for the may 1977 and winterland 1977 box sets at normal prices, or as close to normal prices as possible. i actually have the files, but would love to have the physical box sets as well. i might even be interested in the europe '72 box and the winterland 1969 box sets (not really into the 1990 sets, but do have the 1978, 1973 and the cornell, etc. box set - though i'm sure both are well beyond my means. when i see how long the 1977 box sets were available i am po'ed at myself for getting on the bus so late in the game. anyway, if the mods think this post is inappropriate, i'm good with that. thanks!
I'm sure this must have been requested a million times. Forgive me for asking or suggesting this again. I searched but could not find anything related to this....
I purchase my fair share of Dave's and other releases (as CDs). Every single time I start to import them into my iTunes library, I have to choose between a bunch of pre-existing and always inconsistently named or annotated "set lists". I would love it if the powers that be would pre-seed the disc info into whatever database iTunes uses (their own I assume) so that I could have a consistent library without having to manually update everything to make my library be organized in a logical fashion. I understand that the album artwork would not come in because of the way that Apple runs their store/library but it would be a bonus if the iTunes artwork would also be made available on this warner bros. site so that I could grab it and apply it to the album vs. having to scan in the cover every time and tweak it to look nice. You guys have the artwork in high quality form so it should be pretty easy to do. If anyone can point me to the light that I must be missing, please do.
The other two date from before this site existed; maybe consult DeadBase or one of the discographies?
Where can I find more information on the following releases:
30 Trips Box Set
Go to Nassau (1980)
1989 is well represented!