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  • July 2, 2019 - 1:22am
    Happy Will
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    Fillmore West 02/28/69 on Vinyl?

    Yesterday I saw an advert for a vinyl box set being issued imminently of the 28th Feb '69 Fillmore West gig. Is this official? It certainly appears so - but there is no mention here on Dead.net

  • November 19, 2018 - 7:21pm
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    Long Strange Trip Blu-Ray bonus disc 2 defective

    Long Strange Trip Blu-Ray bonus disc 2 from Dead.Net that I received today (11-19-18) is not recognized by my Blu-Ray player. Disc 1 with the entire documentary plays fine, as do all my other Blu-ray discs. Cleaning player and disc did not help. Is it just me or are others having the same problem?

  • November 18, 2018 - 8:13am
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    9.6.80 + "Comes A Time" ~ 1980

    Dave and Rhino , send it out !!!

    Requesting "Comes Time" 1980 performance !!!!!

    Requesting ~ 4.29.84

    7.5.81

  • November 10, 2018 - 7:43am
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    rockit: '80 Warfield/RCMH

    I believe many of the master tapes (of which there was a reportedly huge trove) were erased, reused, or impaired during/following the production of DSet & Reckoning.

    Nonetheless...
    https://themidnightcafe.org/2018/06/03/the-grateful-dead-the-entire-war…

  • November 10, 2018 - 5:42am
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    Dick's Lucky 13

    The man even got his 80s' pix just exactly perfect! The Scar>Fire is a lovely 35-minute caprice from 11/1/79 amongst a spectacular second set, the capstone of which is that incredible Caution-Spanish themed jam out of He's Gone.

  • November 8, 2018 - 7:00pm
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    Dick's Pick Vol. 13 Question

    I'm listening to Dick's Picks Vol. 13 (5/6/81) for the first time in a long time and have a question about the tracks on Disc 2. There is a Scarlet Begonias -> Fire on the Mountain on my Disc 2 but it's not listed in the liner notes, nor is it listed in DeadBase 50. What's up? Can anyone explain?

  • May 29, 2018 - 9:08pm
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    Looking for the Paris France
    Looking for the Paris France 5/3/72 and 5/4/72 Le Olympia shows on CD :)
  • April 21, 2018 - 7:55am
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    100's of DAT tapes FREE to a good home
    Any fan living in OH 15-20 years ago might have known my brother, Guido. He was a taper and I have about 200 DAT's from various shows from the late 80's-90's - Grateful Dead, Phish, Bruce Hornsby... The tapes are looking for a good home - FREE! Let me know who wants them: stellabluegroup@gmail.com
  • March 2, 2018 - 8:14pm
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    Where are the 1980 Radio City/ Warfield Shows ?
    How come they haven’t been released including the tasty acoustic sets ?Are the sound board recordings lost ? How old do we have to get before we get to hear these gems ?
  • March 2, 2018 - 8:14pm
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    Where are the 1980 Radio City/ Warfield Shows ?
    How come they haven’t been released including the tasty acoustic sets ?Are the sound board recordings lost ? How old do we have to get before we get to hear these gems ?
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Discuss here! (And if the show of your dreams isn't out yet, post your request here: http://www.dead.net/forum/top-my-request-list.)
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Why isn't all of them available on Dead.net? I guess Phish have passed you guys in the media dept. too!!! ever been to livephish.com. it makes this place look like aol mail. what a joke!
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RE: DP # 1: it is still available for download. The price for FLAC is $19.49, which seems pretty high for a 2-disc set. Compare that to the 3-disc DP # 18, whose price for a FLAC download is $15.99. What is even weirder is that the MP3 price for DP # 18 is $23.99, $8 MORE than the FLAC price. That doesn't make any sense. Needless to say, spending 1/2 hr and learning how to use Trader's Little Helper is a great investment and will save you $8 on a DP # 18 download (buy the FLAC, convert to WAV using TLH, copy to I-Tunes). I'd like to say that they are trying to be like netflix and encouraging us to buy downloads rather than physical products, but I don't think that is it. The current series, Road Trips, is not even available for download. I don't know what is going on or what the plan is.
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I saw they sold out on the site. I found an inexpensive copy on cd from a competitor. Still filling in blanks in the collection but I'm not interested in downloading official releases. I want the real deal hard copy. Downloading Further and Ratdog boards is something altogether and I'm willing to pay for good Flacs on these. Official releases I want the package delivered with care and with all the covers and liners that belong to the release. If they force the whole download thing I'm done. I already have tons of terra bytes of legal music butI'd I'm buying something I want that extra care. Remember, the long walk is part of the gift. In this case I am paying for the gift.
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I'd like to know opinions about this Road Trip, Denver '73...don't know if it's worth buying it (or if I'd better choose another one: I bought - in the Road Trips series, Austin '71, April Fool's '88, Rock Pow Wow '69, Fillmore East '70).My favourite Dead's year it's 72 (and maybe I'll buy DP Jersey City '72 together with it..), don't know anything about '73.. Would you like to help me, please?
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I'll go out on a limb and say Denver 73 is the best RT release so far. It's a great recording of a great performance. Disc 2 is pretty awesome all by itself.
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http://www.deaddisc.com/GDFD_Grateful_Dead.htm Denver '73 is outstanding, as mentioned by cbs73. Do check the release anthology, above, to read info on a bunch of music. DP's 1, 14, 19 and 28 give you a good taste of 1973. From '72, DP's 11, 23, 30 & 36 are very good. Steppin' Out, Rockin' the Rhein and Hundred Year Hall all feature terrific music from the Europe '72 tour. DP's 7, 12, 31 and RT 2.3 feature great shows from 1974. The differences from 1972 into 1973 and 1974 are amazing, following the new tunes released on Wake of the Flood and Mars Hotel.
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Yeah, you can't go wrong with Denver 73- but if you prefer long spacy jamming, I recommend DP14. It's 4 discs and has 2 full blown PITB's and a great Dark Star. It's my favorite release from 1973. All the Dicks Picks from 1972 are pure gold, too.
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To all the friends who gave me advices about Denver '73 and '72 releases (I already have Rhein , Hundred Year and others, and I personally would recommend 'em to..everybody, so thanks the same!)....thank you, I have stuff to work on, now.That's why I love this place..it's kind of a family!
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Since hearing that the DP's might be vanishing from the store, I've purchased quite a few DP's recently. DP14 is one of those. Get #14 while you still can. You will not be sorry.Please bring back DP33. I would really like to purchse this. There is very little released 76 out there and this one should be made available. On second thought, bring them all back.
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Wow, DP 19 (October 19, 1973) seems to be gone also. One of my favorite DP's. Glad I got that a few years ago. I guess the DP's aren't selling with everyone waiting for the 72 box set due out next month.
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Does anyone have any insight as to why this is out of print?Is it somehow related to the Europe 72 box set being available? I apready have a copy on Arista but was wanting a Rhino branded cd (personal quirk) Comments please.
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This is the first time for me on the forum so i thought i'd better make it count:I've read today that Real Gone Music (a label specialising in music thought to be 'real gone') will reissue the Dick's Picks series. They will start in November with 12 titles (according to their site), headlined by 3 stunners from the series (DP:34, 35 and 36). For real: check realgonemusic.com I know what to do and so do you guys, i can't be the only one still looking for volume 34. By the way, when on the Real Gone Music site please drop a suggestion in the designated box. Fillmore West 1969 Complete Recordings anyone? Come on let's make it happen, it's the right thing to do!
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Real Gone Music will debut in November with 12 titles headlined by the Grateful Dead’s Dick’s Picks, Vols. 34, 35 & 36. “Dick” was Dick Latvala, the official tape archivist for the Dead until 1999, whose inspiration and encyclopedic knowledge of the band’s vaults spawned the fabled Dick’s Picks series of Dead concert volumes. Comprising 36 volumes, Dick’s Picks follows the band on its long, strange trip through a multitude of eras, tours and venues, featuring handpicked shows that display the band at its most visionary, improvisational height. Real Gone Music will bring this cache of Dead concert brilliance to record stores. Many have never been previously available at retail.~~~~~~~~~~~~ REAL GONE NOVEMBER 2011 RELEASE SCHEDULE NOVEMBER 8 GRATEFUL DEAD: Dick's Picks Vol. 34-Rochester, NY 11/5/77 3-CD SET GRATEFUL DEAD: Dick's Picks Vol. 35-"San Diego, CA 8/7/71, Chicago, IL 8/24/71 4-CD SET GRATEFUL DEAD: Dick's Picks Vol. 36-"The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA 9/21/72 4-CD SET Real Gone's release of the Grateful Dead titles represents the first time these handpicked collections of live shows have been released to retail stores.
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I wonder what retail stores still sell CD's? Borders was the only I knew and that is gone. I would like to get #35.
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Is there a live release that has the song, "Box of Rain" on it? If so, please let me know so that I can get it. I'd really like a live version of that song. Thanks.
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From the wonderful Grateful Dead Song Finder site http://www.whitegum.com/intro.htm Date Album studio 1970 American Beauty (note 1) 28 Feb 1973 Dick's Picks Vol 28 7 Jul 1989 Crimson, White and Indigo (DVD & CD) 19 Jul 1989 Fallout From The Phil Zone 19 Mar 1990 Searching For The Sound (note 2) 12 Jul 1990 View From The Vault II (DVD only) 26 May 1993 Road Trips Vol 2, No 4 9 Jul 1995 Searching For The Sound (note 2) I'd go for Dicks Picks 28 every time, but that's just me.
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These are posted on Amazon for pre-order, and they're not cheep. DP34 (3cds) $40. and DP35 & 36 (4cds each) $48. Glad I bought these in 2005 from GDM. http://www.realgonemusic.com/ November 15 Grateful Dead: Dick’s Picks Vol. 34—Rochester, NY 11/5/77 3-CD set Grateful Dead: Dick’s Picks Vol. 35—San Diego, CA 8/7/71, Chicago, IL 8/24/71 4-CD set Grateful Dead: Dick’s Picks Vol. 36—The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA 9/21/72 4-CD set
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And these are disappearing fast from the Dead.net store. Some that appear for sale are in fact gone. Try adding some of the DP's to the cart. You will get a message that it is not longer in stock (a few still listed do this).
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So, how does realgone music work? I went to their site and and got nothing about how to actually get the discs. Is it all through Amazon?
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E72 turned into a fantastic clusterfuck for a large minority of buyers. Massive problems from start to finish with all the usual ones in between. You guys need to have a meeting and say: "Hey, Look, We have to bite the bullet on this one and take responsibility for the screw-ups." And they are all screw-ups from the side of the product materials control. The only people who are happy are the ones who got flawless sets and don't mind all those torn cardboard pieces of crap you call sleeves. What could Rhino do? Do another press run of Road Trips quality covers, or, even better, plastic cases and set a complete send out to everybody who ordered along with the replacement discs (for those who have defective ones). Do it NOW. ASAP! What is your alternative? Wait for a waterfall of credit card disputes that costs Rhino $15 a piece besides whatever they have to do to fix it? Maybe the bean counters should look at this one and say. "It's a no-win situation, refund the money for those who are complaining and keep it from those who don't. Maybe it'll be a wash. But wouldn't it be great if they did the entirely RIGHT thing? It's like there are competent people and not so much working at Rhino and you never know what kind of job they are going to do. Maddening! .
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I'm with you lamagonzo. Hopefully Rhino is planing to do the right thing. Start by hiring a new Quility Control Dept, because the current employees did not do their job with the Europe'72 Complete Recordings Steamer Trunk . Too many corners were cut. Start by sending out replacement CDs and better sleeves to the people that reported problems, now not next year.
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I noticed Dick's Picks 32 is available for pre -order on Amazon now. About $40. It isn't cheap but then again it is when you consider what a copy has been going for from Amazon Re -sellers and EBay sellers. I haven't checked to see if 31 and 33 are also reissued in this batch. I only needed DP 32 to complete the series.
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Looks like the price of the upcoming real gone reissue of DP 32 has dropped in price a few dollars to about $32. Scheduled for end of January.
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Im missing a few Dicks Picks which are no longer on the GD Store. Does anyone know if there are plans to re-release any of the Dicks Picks that are currently sold out? Im not paying $80 for a an ebay Dicks Picks!Thanks.
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C'mon guys it's time. Here's my setlist:Help>Slip>Franklin's 5-26-95 Picasso Moon 3-27-95 Sugaree 3-27-95 Morning Dew 3-26-95 Althea 6-3-95 Brown Eyed Women 6-3-95 It's All Over Now 7-2-95 Desolation Row 7-2-95 Scarlet>Fire 5-26-95 Shakedown Street 5-29-95 Days Between 12-19-94 P.S. I know '94 is not well represented on my list. It does not mean that '94 is not worthy of another single release in my opinion. All good things in all good time (I hope).
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So, anyone received their Dave's Picks? And, for goodness sake, who is the boob at Rhino that went with Dave's Picks instead of Dave's Faves? I know it isn't proper English, but at least it rhymes. Dick's Picks, Dave's Faves. Dick's Faves sounds dumb, as does Dave's Picks.
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Just downloaded Dick's Picks 36 from ITunes - there's a noticeable hiss in background. It's most noticeable hiss of handful of Dick's Picks I have - is it the release or maybe an issue with the download?
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Speaking of the Box of Rain and Searching for the Sound, does anyone here actually have that bonus disc. I got someone trying to sell me one (with the book), but the CD doesn't have anything printed on it. Is that legit or not? I don't want to pay for a copy. Sorry if this is the wrong place for a question like that, but I did very much want to get the Box of Rain from Soldier Field '95 on something. Last GD tune ever.
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the cd is totally blank, both sides. just checked. the cardboard sleeve is white with the 8 songs listed on one side and a pic of phil on the other... btw, happy birthday phil!
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How about this: Everyhing that is out there that has been released and is in stock. Yeah, sure. There would be a lot of repeats to gift away but so what? If they just made Fillmore 69 and the entire Didck's/Dave's Picks and Road Trips a part of the package it would be worth it. Oh yeah, all picks would have to be hand-checked three times for flaws. This package would include everything: Discs, tapes, downloads, vinyl, dvds, -- the whole enchilada. Sort of like cleaning up the shelves. Think about it. I think this would sell out and make room for the latest and greatest,
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What happened to the download option for Dick's Picks? I don't see them in the store. Thanks.
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Much appreciated....
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Hey Now! Happy Independence Day! I recently came into a little bit of cash & was hoping to extend my live Dead collection. I have never purchased a Dick's Pick, but was looking at some of them in the Dead.net Store. Here is my question to all you Dead Heads out there: If you all of a sudden had some money to spend, and did not have any already, which 5 Dick's Picks would you invest in for certain? Thanks in advance, Angel Lawrence, KS
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Taking into consideration my listening tastes and trying to provide SOME variety, I'd suggest any 5 of the following 6: Vol 29 (5/19,21/77), Vol 26 (4/26,27/69), Vol 23 (9/17/72), Vol 18 (2/3,5/78), Vol 14 (11/30,12/2/73) and Vol 12 (6/26,28/74). I'm sure 99 others would give 99 different answers. You can't go wrong with any of the Sept 72, Fall 73, 74 or 77 releases. And 70 & 71 are darn good years too (just not my absolute favorites). WOH, wait, I forgot about Vol 10 (12/29/77)!!!
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You can't go wrong with these............ Dick's Picks, Volume Eight Grateful Dead Initial release : June 1997 Grateful Dead Records GDCD-4028 Three CD set from the May 2, 1970 show at Harpur College, Binghamton. Disc 1 Don't Ease Me In (Traditional arr. Grateful Dead) I Know You Rider (Traditional arr. Grateful Dead) Friend Of The Devil (Jerry Garcia / Robert Hunter / John Dawson) Dire Wolf (Jerry Garcia / Robert Hunter) Beat It On Down The Line (Fuller) Black Peter (Jerry Garcia / Robert Hunter) Candyman (Jerry Garcia / Robert Hunter) Cumberland Blues (Jerry Garcia / Robert Hunter / Phil Lesh) Deep Elem Blues (Traditional arr. Grateful Dead) Cold Jordan (Traditional arr. Grateful Dead) Uncle John's Band (Jerry Garcia / Robert Hunter) Disc 2 St. Stephen (Jerry Garcia / Robert Hunter / Phil Lesh) Cryptical Envelopment (Jerry Garcia) Drums (Mickey Hart / Bill Kreutzmann) The Other One (Bob Weir / Bill Kreutzmann) Cryptical Envelopment (Jerry Garcia) Cosmic Charlie (Jerry Garcia / Robert Hunter) Casey Jones (Jerry Garcia / Robert Hunter) Good Lovin' (Resnick/Clark) Disc3 It's A Man's World (Brown/Jones/Newsome) Dancing In The Streets (Stevenson/Gaye/I. Hunter) Morning Dew (Dobson/Rose) Viola Lee Blues (Noah Lewis) And We Bid You Goodnight (Traditional arr. Grateful Dead) Dick's Picks, Volume Thirty Three Grateful Dead Initial release : November 2004 Grateful Dead Records Four CD set of music taken from the Day On The Green shows on October 9 and 10 1976 at Oakland Stadium in Oakland. Disc 1 (10/9/76) Promised Land (Berry) Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo (Garcia / Hunter) Cassidy (Weir / Barlow) Tennessee Jed (Garcia / Hunter) Looks Like Rain (Weir / Barlow) They Love Each Other (Garcia / Hunter) New Minglewood Blues (Traditional) Scarlet Begonias (Garcia / Hunter) Lazy Lightnin' > (Weir / Barlow) Supplication (Weir / Barlow) Sugaree (Garcia / Hunter) Disc 2 (10/9/76) St. Stephen > (Garcia / Lesh / Hunter) Not Fade Away > (Holly / Petty) St. Stephen > (Garcia / Lesh / Hunter) Help On The Way > (Garcia / Hunter) Slipknot! > (Garcia / Godchaux / Lesh / Weir) Drums > (Hart / Kreutzmann) Samson and Delilah > (Traditional) Slipknot! > (Garcia / Godchaux / Lesh / Weir) Franklin's Tower > (Garcia / Kreutzmann / Hunter) One More Saturday Night (Weir) U.S. Blues (Garcia / Hunter) Disc 3 (10/10/76) Might As Well (Garcia / Hunter) Mama Tried (Haggard) Ramble On Rose (Garcia / Hunter) Cassidy (Weir / Barlow) Deal (Garcia / Hunter) El Paso (Robbins) Loser (Garcia / Hunter) Promised Land (Berry) Friend of the Devil (Garcia / Hunter / Dawson) Dancing In The Streets > (Stevenson / Gaye / Hunter) Wharf Rat > (Garcia / Hunter) Dancing In The Streets (Stevenson / Gaye / Hunter) Disc 4 (10/10/76) Samson and Delilah (Traditional) Brown-Eyed Women (Garcia / Hunter) Playing In The Band > (Weir / Hunter) Drums > (Hart / Kreutzmann) The Wheel > (Garcia / Kreutzmann / Hunter) Space > (Grateful Dead) The Other One > (Weir) Stella Blue > (Garcia / Hunter) Playing In The Band > (Weir / Hunter) Sugar Magnolia (Weir / Hunter) Johnny B. Goode (Berry) Dick's Picks, Volume Thirty Five Grateful Dead Initial release : June 2005 Grateful Dead Records A 4 CD set of the complete show from 7 August 1971 in San Diego, all that was salvageable of the 24 August, 1971 show in Chicago, and over an hour from the 6 August, 1971 show at the Hollywood Palladium. Disc 1 San Diego 8/7/71 Big Railroad Blues (Lewis) El Paso (Robbins) Mr. Charlie (McKernan / Hunter) Sugaree (Garcia / Hunter) Mama Tried (Haggard) Bertha (Garcia / Hunter) Big Boss Man (Smith / Dixon) Promised Land (Berry) Hard To Handle (Redding / Jones / Isbell) Cumberland Blues (Garcia / Hunter / Lesh) Casey Jones (Garcia / Hunter) Truckin' (Garcia / Lesh/ Weir / Hunter) Disc 2 China Cat Sunflower (Garcia / Hunter) I Know You Rider (Traditional) Next Time You See Me (Harvey / Forest) Sugar Magnolia (Weir / Hunter) Sing Me Back Home (Haggard) Me And My Uncle (Phillips) Not Fade Away (Petty / Hardin) Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad (Traditional) Jam (Grateful Dead) Johnny B Goode (Berry) Chicago 8/24/71 Uncle John's Band (Garcia / Hunter) Playing In The Band (Weir / Hart / Hunter) Loser (Garcia / Hunter) Disc 3 It Hurts Me Too (James) Cumberland Blues (Garcia / Lesh / Hunter) Empty Pages (McKernan) Beat It On Down The Line (Fuller) Brown-Eyed Woman (Garcia / Hunter) Saint Stephen (Garcia / Lesh / Hunter) Not Fade Away (Petty / Hardin) Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad (Traditional) Not Fade Away (Petty / Hardin) Me And Bobby McGee (Kristofferson / Foster) Big Boss Man (Smith / Dixon) Brokedown Palace (Garcia / Hunter) Disc 4; Good Lovin' (Resnick / Clark) Hollywood 8/6/71 The Other One (Weir / Kreutzmann) Me And My Uncle (Phillips) The Other One (Weir / Kreutzmann) Deal (Garcia / Hunter) Sugar Magnolia (Weir / Hunter) Morning Dew (Dobson / Rose) Turn On Your Lovelight (Scott / Malone) Dick's Picks, Volume Nineteen Grateful Dead Initial release : October 2000 Grateful Dead Records GDCD-4039 Three CD set of music from the October 19, 1973 show in Oklahoma City. Disc 1 Promised Land (Berry) Sugaree (Garcia/Hunter) Mexicali Blues (Weir/Barlow) Tennessee Jed (Garcia/Hunter) Looks Like Rain (Weir/Barlow) Don't Ease Me In (Traditional arr. Grateful Dead) Jack Straw (Weir/Hunter) They Love Each Other (Garcia/Hunter) El Paso (Robbins) Row Jimmy (Garcia/Hunter) Disc 2 Playing In The Band (Weir/Hart/Hunter) China Cat Sunflower (Garcia/Hunter) I Know You Rider (Traditional arr. Grateful Dead) Me and My Uncle (Phillips) Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo (Garcia/Hunter) Big River (Cash) Disc 3 Dark Star (Garcia/Kreutzmann/Lesh/McKernan/Weir/Hunter) Mind Left Body Jam (Grateful Dead) Morning Dew (Dobson/Rose) Sugar Magnolia (Weir/Hunter) Eyes of the World (Garcia/Hunter) Stella Blue (Garcia/Hunter) Johnny B. Goode (Berry) Dick's Picks, Volume Three Grateful Dead Initial release : November 1995 Grateful Dead Records GDCD-4021 Two CD live set from the May 22, 1977 show at Pembroke Pines, Florida. Disc 1 Funiculi Funicula (Traditional arr. Grateful Dead) The Music Never Stopped (Bob Weir / John Barlow) Sugaree (Jerry Garcia / Robert Hunter) Lazy Lightning (Bob Weir / John Barlow) Supplication (Bob Weir / John Barlow) Dancin' In The Streets (Stevenson/Gaye/I. Hunter) Help On The Way (Jerry Garcia / Robert Hunter) Slipknot! (Grateful Dead) Franklin's Tower (Jerry Garcia / Bill Kreutzmann / Robert Hunter) Disc 2 Samson And Delilah (Traditional arr. Bob Weir) Sunrise (Donna Godchaux) Estimated Prophet (Bob Weir / John Barlow) Eyes Of The World (Jerry Garcia / Robert Hunter) Wharf Rat (Jerry Garcia / Robert Hunter) Terrapin Station (Jerry Garcia / Robert Hunter) Morning Dew (Dobson/Rose)
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With an unexpected windfall I'd probably go with: 10 (12/29/77), 14 (11/30-12/2/73), 15 (9/3/77), 25 (5/10-5-11-78), 28 (2-26-2-28/73). There you go...ask me tomorrow ya might get 5 different choices...haha!
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25 is a classic. get it for sure. good luck finding these.
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sweet deal right now on the originals The Vault Box for $52 - price goes back up after the 8th of July... I've never seen a remastered From the Vault #1 but I assume it exist (anyone have a HDCD copy?)
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When I bought The Vault box set, all three of them were in HDCD.
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Mark Pincus announced today live from GOTV at Bridgeport, CT on The GD Channel / Sirius Radio that a new GD box set will be anounced on Jerrys Birthday.
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I think on the Rhino site it says why it's the theme...i bought it hook line and sinker they said only 9,000 copies and didn't want to not order and pay over 200$...i think the book and memobilia shoot up the price and let's face it it's for the rich or the very addicted...how much was the 1st limited box set? the 1969 box set? Originally...but the 1990 box set is incomplete and there's already been 3 shows at least released from that tour...dozin at the knicks, Nassau 90, the cardboard one with the turtles on it...so 3 right there...i guess it was a good tour even the dead thought so many years ago...lot of passion and energy in those shows...i think they will be released eventually as seperate show all 6 is what the box set will include, so 6 more shows that are not the previously released shows, the 1972 box set did dupe 2 or 3 shows but it would've left holes if they didn't as the promise was every show in the tour, this is just 6 shows with a good rounded out set list to include as many different songs as possible with great quality as well and i'm sure it was as they were professionally recorded...almost all of the dicks picks sound professional except some really early one's like 1968 and 1970...anyway no notice on here thankfully i got an e-mail and i'm out of 200$ but i made this commitment in 1997 or so...i still say the grateful dead is the best live band ever...maybe there were better bands overall but none were better live at least not on a coutinous basis.
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I recall the '69 Fillmore West box being about $70 total with shipping. Like the Europe '72 box, the cost per disc was pretty cheap. Like you, I have found the sound quality of almost every official release to be stellar. I'm sure you'll enjoy the box (all 6 shows are Very Good in my book)!
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I'm sorry if this has been discussed at length in these forums (I'm sure it has somewhere) but why is it necessary for all the Dick's Picks/Road Trips/Dave's Picks to be limited edition and, at least for Dick's Picks at this point, largely out of print? It's frustrating considering that we can't all afford to buy every release. If it's about the music, which it is to me, then why not just have these shows available forever? While it's nice to have the occasional numbered set of something I'd still be perfectly happy to just be able to acquire releases when I either can afford them or when I'm in the mood for some Dead I do not yet have. Just my opinion...