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aha

mystery solved. Thanks Jake!!

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sorry

there was confusion over this vine since there are two. A revised vine and the original. The original is locked since the official releases so I added Rich to the revised list

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you sign up

in the thread for that vine.

You sign up after the last person on the list, and they send you a PM to get your address when they're ready to send the vine out. Or you can send them a PM also.

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Missing pieces 1972 Vine

Jake,

Interested in all these. Do I send you my address here or is there some other vine area to sign up?

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hey now!

great to see you, however briefly!

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Long time no see

Hope everyone is well.

Merry Christmas!

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Floyd vine

is here

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Pink Floyd: Everything Under the Sun Part 1

The 4-part Led Zeppelin vine was so well-received that I had to do it for another of our favorite classic rock bands. So here it is, the long-awaited, much-hyped first part of a Pink Floyd vine. This part contains 4 FLAC discs and covers 1969-1972, from the Man of the Journey in '69, through the great Fat Old Suns, Atom Heart Mothers and Echoes of '70 and '71, to the pre-album-release versions of Dark Side of the Moon. The '70 and '71 shows are my favorites (along with '77, which will come later), but let me note how interesting these early versions of DSOTM are. Some songs are played too slow, see Time especially, and were much-improved by the time of the album's release. Others, like On the Run, I think lost something when technology and tape loops replaced musicianship. Come to your own decisions, my friends, and enjoy everything under the sun...

Part 1 includes:
5/9/69 AUD A-
8/9/69 SBD A
9/17/69 SBD A
2/28/70 AUD A-
3/20/70 AUD A-/A
4/29/70 (no grade, if I recall this is probably a SBD A)
5/1/70 AUD A-
7/16/70 SBD A+
9/26/70 AUD A
10/17/70 AUD A-
11/12/70 AUD A
11/21/70 AUD A/A-
2/25/71 AUD A/A-
6/5/71 AUD A-
6/26/71 AUD A-
9/18/71 SBD A-
9/23/71 AUD A-/A
9/30/71 (no grade, probably SBD or AUD A)
10/10/71 AUD A-
10/17/71 AUD A
11/6/71 AUD A
11/20/71 AUD A/A-
2/17/72 AUD B+/A-
2/18/72 AUD B+
2/19/72 AUD B+/A
2/20/72 AUD A/A-
3/7/72 AUD A/A-
3/13/72 AUD A/A-

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Pink Floyd: Everything Under the Sun Part 1

double post, oops

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check it out

http://www.newyorker.com/reporting/2012/11/26/121126fa_fact_paumgarten?mbid=gnep&google_editors_picks=true

A good read from the New Yorker about the Dead and us, the listeners. Nothing new but enjoyable

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