Thanks for the glide link, CB: new nuggets from '71 will be tasty
So many roads to ease my soul...Ease my soul!!
This from Eurotraders today (those guys are always ahead of the game)
I'm trying to hunt this disk down too. I'm not sure how I missed the release but I did. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE re-release this disk! Or at least make it available for down load. Cash or trade for your extra!
You're not the first or the last to request this. I've passed requests along in the past, but it would not be a bad thing to click the fine Customer Service link and send the request along by that channel as well. Thanks!
Thanks so much for restoring the download series, but please please please restore the cover art. Its really essential to the feel of the Download Series and an intergral part of the package.
Excuse me but concerning RARE CUTS AND ODDITIES...
HOW IN THE GODDAMN HELL IS A DEADHEAD SUPPOSED TO GET A COPY OF THIS ALBUM??!?!
WHAT THE FUCKING HELL?????!!!!!?!?!?!?!
Damn, you people are assholes. Here we are supporting you yet you keep stuff from us because why? Because you're pricks, that's why? Yeah, I'd agree.
How many fucking times did I fucking Mailorder? Over 200, that's how goddamn many.
Now here this album is and I can't fucking get a copy.
And what the hell are you going to do about it so that myself and others can enjoy the music here?
I've seen this as an alternate title to "One From The Vault" in bootleg form. I always knew it as "Make Believe Ballroom" but I'm wondering what this title means?
Urubouros Deedni Mublasaron
Backwards I see "noras ALBUM INDEED soruoburu" but I have no idea if I'm not so something there and this doesn't appear to be a foreign language I recognize.
Anyone know where that title comes from?
Over the past months several people have requested the the cover art and details be restored to the GD store download site but without any luck. These covers were all available on the old deadnet site and so they must exist somewhere. May I add my voice to those asking for these to be kindly restored..it may even encourage more people to buy the music.
The following was posted on the Rock Revival Blog
MONDAY, JANUARY 28, 2008
In May 2008 a 9-cd set will be released called Winterland 1973: The Complete Recordings.
This captures the Dead in their hometown of San Francisco at one of the most fertile points in their career, they had perfected the art of the jam, could play country, and could tip you off the edge of the world into space with the notorious "Dark Star". These albums are of excellent remastered quality, check dead.net for more details on ordering.
I don't know where they're getting their info from - just wish Rhino would make some kind of announcement so we can set off the fireworks.