Never mind, Disc Doctor to the rescue!
Hey all. Recently listened to DP5 for the first time in a long while, and was wondering if the chop at the end of Alabama is there for everyone, or is it just a skip my CD has picked up?
It plays for the full 6:58, but then 'transition' to Promised Land has a chop in it.
Yeah man definitely Paris 5/4/72. Truly one of the greatest Dark Stars from this tour. Also, don't miss 4/11 for one of the best Other Ones.
I have purchased several of the individual Europe '72 shows. I don't plan to get all of them, but I do want to make sure to get the best of the bunch. Are there any others that are not to be missed? Paris on 5/4 maybe? Thanks!
So far I have:
4/14 (a favorite)
5/7 (a favorite)
5/26 (a favorite)
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.