Is there a official release for this show? (Winterland Feb.24th 1974)
And if not when!!!!! And if so... where!
Thanks, looking forward!
I have a suggestion for a future Dave's Pick,please don't laugh. Boise,Idaho-9/2/83.OK in the annuls of great GD shows it is not even ever considered.But it was a really good show.1st of all it was the ONLY TIME they played in Idaho.Most heads skipped this show to attend the Park West,Utah one a couple of days later so you might say it was an intimate setting by number of people that attended.And even though the Pavillion is not a very good place accoustically(finding a decent bootleg has been all but impossible)for a concert the Band responded and played a killer show for the few who attended.
The 1st set was a pretty typicle "83" set - Wang Dang Doodle> Jack Straw, TLEO, Mama Tried> Big River, B. E. Women, Minglewood, Big RxR Blues, L. L. Rain> Deal.The Deal was exceptionally good,one of the ones where Jerry just does not want to end and keeps jamming,stretching it out.Overall a pretty good 1st set.
But the 2nd set was the one of those killer 2nd sets that would make it a worthwhile Daves Pick - Help> Slipknot> Franklin's, Estimated> Eyes> Drumz> Throwing Stones> GDTRFB> Black Peter> Sugar Magnolia E: Baby Blue.
It was the 1st Help>Slip>Franklins in 10 shows and 1 of only 16 played for that year out of 66 shows!As a matter of fact Estimated(16),Eyes(13),GDTRFB(10) and Black Peter(14) were all played sparingly that year.
I suppose I may be biased about this show and would love to see it released for sentimental reasons(it was one of if not the best show I ever saw out of about 60) but I believe it is worthy of consideration.
I know as I said before out of the thousands of shows the Dead played it probably would never be considered as one of their greatest shows but it's these types of shows that NEED to be considered for such a series of releases.
Please check it out.I would be very interested in your opinion of the show and it's chances of consideration.
Bill the Deadhead
if you're on this site early on the East Coast it's just awash with spam. I know dead.net has been trying different things to stop it, all to no avail. Is there anything between the absolute freedom of being on here and getting people NOT to do just one simple thing?
One suggestion: Higher a shift of 5 people to work from 1-6am wiping out spam. Clearly MaryE is overwhelmed, even wit Blair's help.
Marye I just tried sending you a message, even previewed it. Hit send, message disappears, didn't get a "successful" message. I'm on a MacBook Pro if it matters.
I'm going to try pm-ing you again right now. I'll let you know if it looks successful from this end. When you have a moment would you be so good as to send me a test so I can see if anything is coming thru this way?
I don't think I got your message....
Just tried sending to marye. Noticed I didn't get a "succesful" message.
Is there supposed to be a CAPTCHA thing at the bottom of the pm page?
Was looking for the problems reporting page. Settled for this. Sent a pm to TheNuthatch yesterday and this morning found no record of it. Resent and no record of it happening again. Que pasa?
on the CAPTCHA.
It sure has shown to be ineffective in screening out the spammers.
Comes out irregularly, some times twice a year. They do mail all their store address list as well, so you tend to get multiple copies.
If you just have to have a Grateful Dead Talisman at 2am in the morning you can probably call an 800# and have it in your hands in 24 hours. Of course, this applies to music, too,