Does anyone know the production run of this one ... I thought it had sold out(?), but is now available in store.
Does anyone know if these box sets have a limited production run? and how many produced?
I wonder who should I talk to to try to get 10/28/72 Cleveland released as a Dave's Picks selection? Seems to be the ur-Philo Stomp! ; )
Had their "Shining Stars", but we had lost the era of Jerry in his prime.
yeah, ahem, I agree on 5/9/81 --
& no NOBODY'S JAM either
thanks for QP tip.
You must have QuickTime installed for it to work. (At least on Windows) Is it just me or were the Dead on a hot streak in '80-'81? Thanks for the tip on the '81 show Anna, I'm going to check it out!
*update* Yeah, I just checked out 5-9-81 Drums/Space. I don't hear any philo stomp (or anything resembling), nor Nobody's Fault. Just a tribal freakout on Drums and Space going right into Truckin'. I did notice several setlists on the archive have Nobody's Fault listed before Drums, including Deadbase and the Compendium - sounded pretty non-existent if ya ask me.
And I really wanted to listen to the sound quality of the tidbit you mention from 1974, listed in Taper's. Alas, I couldn't get it to play through the Windows player. If you'll recall, Lemieux went through all that flack because TPTB were upset people were saving the pieces of Taper's Section and that player has been changed. I am left wondering if these are blocked from being played or if you have to be just a little computer savvy to find the right program to play it with... Does anybody have success playing Taper's Section this far back, or could this be an irregularity to the individual clip? Were you advising through memory, GTed, or did you actually get it to play?
I never did the Philo Stomp, but I sure did the Navarro & Casper Stomp! (Ahhh, memories of Mendocino high times).
I do remember a 1981 show I attended at Nassau where Space became a full-stomp freakout by Phil and the boys out of space into a Nobody's jam (5/9/81). That is probably as close as I ever got to a "Philo Stomp".
Nothing official, but....
I stumbled across a few shows with Phil providing some prominent bass notes: From 1972, check out the Dark Star's from St Louis, Milwaukee and Cleveland during October, as well as the KC show on 11/13/72.
From the Taper's section 6 years ago, you will want to listen to this:
http://www.dead.net/features/tapers-section/february-19-february-25-2007 Select the 2/24/73 tidbit from Iowa.
I might check DP 11, 23, or 36 for good candidates. Alas, I am not sure. I will listen for the stomp next time I have one of these shows in the player... Maybe DP 28? (that's an early '73 one) Great question...
I've always been a fan of the "Philo Stomp", which was basically a Phil freakout which occurred at a handful of shows at the end of the 1972 tour, usually towards the end of an "Other One". Can anybody tell me if a "Philo Stomp" has ever been officially released as either a Vault, DicksPicks, RoadTrips, or Dave's Pick's selection. Many thanks to all ; )