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Stanley Theatre 09-28-72

GO LISTEN HERE!!!Download trick works!!! Message me!!

THIS SHOW IS HUGE!!!!!!!! One of my favs!!!

1: Truckin, Loser, BIODTL, B. E. Women, Mexicali, Half Step, B. T. Wind, Don't Ease, Big River, Tennessee Jed, Promised, China Cat> I Know You Rider, Playin

2: Bertha> Greatest, Brokedown, Me & My Uncle, Ramble On, El Paso, He's Gone> Other One> Bobby McGee> Other One> Wharf Rat, Sugar Magnolia, NFA> GDTRFB> NFA

GSET has St.Stephen jam!!!!!!!
Other One is a MONSTER!!!
One of the GREAT Wharf Rats!!!

Dead to the Core

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4-29-77

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46 shows

as Leadbelly mentioned - nugs.net ....free stash - if u r just starting out then there are 46 shows there just waiting to be downloaded and drooled over..... then u can really start looking!

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re:10/26/89

Thanks to Hunter and Sunshine-Daydream for pointing out this show. I've heard others talk about this show in the past, but I've forgotten to check it out. What was I waiting for! Thanks for pointing me here!
Yo Soy Boricua!

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1977

A good place to start for 1977 is 5/8/77 Cornell University. You HAVE to hear this show. 5/8/77 is essential. There were other shows during that run (New Haven, Buffalo, Boston) that are just as essential. You can easily download these for free at Nugs.net. Just click on Free Stash, and click on Grateful Dead (there are many other shows there available for free as well). Go ahead, do this now.
Hunter is right; DP 15 9/3/77 is great. Other Dick's Picks chronicling 1977 you can start with:
DP # 3-- 5/22/77 Pembroke Pines FL
DP # 29-- 5/19/77 Fox Theater GA & 5/21/77 Lakeland Fl
(Yeah may '77 was that good, too bad I was only 2yrs old :)
DP # 34--11/5/77 Rochester
DP#10-- 12/29/77 Winterland
These shows will give you a fair portrait of the Dead in 1977.

Yo Soy Boricua!

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Englishtown!

My favorite show from 1977 is Englishtown, 9/3/77. Dicks Picks 15.

"The bottle was dusty but the liquor was clean."

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if i like 77 then what show should i gets?

any suggestions?
maybe where i can get it?

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Online show databases?

Hello all,

I'm hoping that someone can direct me to any online archives and/or ftp servers that offer recordings of shows for download. I used to visit www.gdlive.com but sadly, they seem to have gone away. I'm not really into streaming, as I'd rather load a set into my mp3 player and go outside.

Any help would be greatly and gratefully appreciated and please feel free to contact me via the email address below, as I don't often have enough time to check out the forums as mich as I'd like.

Mike

"Goodbye, Mama and Papa,
Goodbye, Jack and Jill
The grass ain't greener, the wine ain't sweeter,
Either side of the hill"

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recommend shows

My fav. years are: 1970, 1972 , 02-14-70 set 2 is brilliant, almost all of europe 72 is really, really good, get the complete 05-26-72 Lyceum...it's simply too good. there are alot of brent years that are good shows, don't always go by the setlist, especially during 1985 - that isn't a good year for performances - jerry had some problems that year, of which finally came to light in his "coma" in 86 - for example, 06-22-93 is a very good performance, but the setlist is average - I really need my deadbase on hand beside me to type in some dates. The Hamburg 72 show is really good too, there is a aud source that floats around , it would be nice to have the master available , it sounds like the mics are placed from the balcony rail. If you ever find (I think it's jim wise's senn 421's) 04-01-91 that are 20' space on the balcony rail , you won't want the soundboard, as well as Silberman's 04-21-84 PCM master with Nuemann U-87's... I'll go for now, but I'll be back!

Ursa

I wish that for just one time, You could stand inside my shoes, and for just that one moment, I could be you - Bob Dylan, Positively 4th St.

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10/26/89

This show has been on my wishlist for a long time. Finally I couldn't take it anymore and went to archive.org to listen. Amazing Dark Star! Really cool show! I agree with Sunshine-daydream, this is one of the best in the 80's. The whole month is amazing!
-Hunter

"The bottle was dusty but the liquor was clean."

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