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    Our friends the Rhinos have various and sundry new releases in the development process, but they're always interested in hearing what you'd like to see hit the virtual shelves of the Store. No promises, but you never know...

    This topic is for requesting new box sets. There are also topics for individual shows and DVDs.

    If you've already requested something in the previous Requests topic, you don't really need to request it again, but hey, if you just can't help yourself...

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  • December 14, 2018 - 7:45pm
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    1985 Summer tour

    This may be the dumbest request for a box set since so many SB's are out there. How about the 1985 Summer tour? My tapes are dying and this stuff turned me on to the modern Dead!

  • October 27, 2018 - 5:57pm
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    Boxed Sets

    Radio City Music Hall run in 1980 - acoustic & electric sets.

  • October 24, 2018 - 6:21am
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    Northwest 68 box set

    How about everything that can be put together from the Jan/Feb northwest tour. Ya I know, more NW shows right. But these shows smoke! Throw in Betty Nelson's organic raspberry farm show (9-2-68) as well. If possible - add the old bootleg LP "Mountains Of The Moon", a trippy LP of mostly Aoxomoxoa outtakes.

    Thank You B.

  • October 23, 2018 - 4:54pm
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    Comment #28 asked about Alaska 1980. I second that One. Also How about a set from other shows around the release of Althea 1979, 1980 and 1981. Also the Dead covers from Beatles , Dylan , The Who and everyone else in between.

  • October 23, 2018 - 3:38pm
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    Capital Theatre, Passaic, NJ., Video & Audio

    The Capital Theatre in Passaic NJ was home to some truly incredible shows over the years, from '76-1980. Almost all of these shows were filmed with three camera set ups in their entirety. This Complete Box set would not only represent the stages the Dead went through musically and otherwise over those years, but it would allow millions to SEE and hear the band perform from an era many Dead Heads were simply not around to see themselves; an era many consider the Dead's peak. It's an amazing thing to hear the music, it's another thing to see Jerry break into a large grin and slam on his guitar with a passion that is felt not just in the music, but in the movement and expressions of the performers.

    While some of these videos are available online, most are in need of restoration and suffer greatly in the audio department. To finally salvage these videos and add a Norman sound mix to these images would bring the Dead - and this era - alive in a way that we have never seen before.

  • October 23, 2018 - 3:34pm
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    Greek Theater Berkeley

    Not sure if anybody else has suggested it yet, but I'd love to see a box set (or 2, or 3, or . . .) from a run of shows at the Greek Theater. There are so many great runs to choose from! '83, '84, '85 and '89, just off the top of my head, all featured some seriously great shows. It's kind of bizarre that *none* of these have ever been released.

  • October 23, 2018 - 2:49pm
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    100 Grateful Dead Songs Poster Box Set

    Anyone else enjoy spending time trying to find all 100 songs embedded in the classic black and white poster? I'm normally a complete show listener, but had a change of heart when I heard some of the gems on the Road Trips series and began listening to random selections on the Sirius Channel on my daily commute. Perhaps a box set that features quality versions of the 100 songs from shows that are not slated for full release would be interesting.

  • October 10, 2018 - 2:05pm
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    How about a Deer Creek (Noblesville IN) boxset? No Deer Creeks shows have ever been released.
  • September 29, 2018 - 3:27pm
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    @geo
    I've never seen the Dead at the venue, but that box set sounds delightful!
  • September 29, 2018 - 12:00pm
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    Plangent Processed Betty Boards subscription series.
    this is an appeal to the powers that be for a new subscription series of 3 times a year of Plangent processed returned "Betty Boards" available in limited edition CDs and digital download forever. the series can start with 2/26/77 Winterland, which would be a sin not to have Plangent processed and instead used for a Dave's Pick release. as shown with previous releases from the "Bettys" the Plangent process significantly improves the sound from the tapes. by offering limited CD and unlimited digital versions it allows for maximum return of investment for the additional processing costs. why do the returned tapes deserve their own series? a tale of the tapes. according to Deadbase, there are 2314 shows, of those there are 450+ Pigpen shows, 403 Keith shows, 810 Brent shows and 378 Vince shows. of the Brent shows almost 700 are cassettes/PCMs recorded by Dan Healy from the PA SBD to check out how Dan's mix sounded, not ever considered for release. The Keith shows were recorded reel to reel from a separate mixing console from the PA and the Betty Boards were mixed on headphones and in no way match what was heard in the hall. don't believe me try an AUD tape for the same show, try a different AUD tape if there is one. these 70s Reel to Reels were also never considered for release. they were for band reference and they had enough of a budget they didn't have to reuse them, like some of the Radio City multi track show tapes that got recycled by Arista after Dead Set & Reckoning came out. aside from 100 or so special events that were recorded on multi track for eventual release that made it into the Vault, everything else is 2 tracks mixed for reference listening, Betty's, FM broadcasts or to hear how the live mix sounded compared to the sound in the hall. the cost of the Plangent process, (analog to digital transfer), precludes them using it on most Dave's Picks because it is cost prohibitive and will probably only be used in box sets from now on. Dave's Picks are not worth the expense or time to Plangent, so instead we get Jeffery Norman magic to try and make it sound as good as possible from the in house master tape digitization. which means releasing the returned Betty's as Dave's picks is denying the chance for future Plangent processing, the good Betty's will be held for the annual box sets as the multi tracks have been already milked for most of what's available. more fall 89 multi tracks anyone? then there's the Bear audio journals, which are basically 2 track mono recordings with the amplified instruments in one channel and the PA (drums, vocals and keyboard) in the other. if you want to make the pre 1969 stuff sound really good, listen to it in mono with the vocals centered and the instruments on top of each other and not next to each other. you are not losing anything as the Bear tapes have no real stereo separation, he was hearing impaired in one ear and couldn't hear stereo. this leaves about 1600 possible shows on stereo tapes of which less than 500 are Reel to Reel and the rest cassette and digital tapes. this means whats left for Dave's choices are mostly cassette SBDs from the PA or he's eating into the potential for future box sets. maybe this means less people will subscribe in the future and there will be more of a chance for the average fan to get a copy of a show he wants ala carte, is that a bad thing? maybe Rhino plans to start allowing digital downloads, but without the budget for Normanization or packaging at $20 a show to start making some profit on the rest of the vault? difficult to believe, as since the bankruptcy of Music Today all previous digital downloads are still unavailable and Warner Music, the new distribution for Dead.net, only has digital downloads for the new releases. from the Spring 90 TOO page Digital Download Digital downloads have been temporarily disabled while we work on resolving the technical issues. Previous purchasers will be notified when the problem is resolved. the first 15 years of the GD the band played mostly small halls to limited audiences, with the large festival exceptions. the 2nd 15 years the band became one of the top selling live acts, for most of the last 10 years they were in football stadiums and huge arenas, so the potential of "i was there" buyers is far greater than the early years. it is very likely more people saw the band with Brent or Vince than the combined years for Pigpen and Keith. it is inevitable that Dave's Picks start mining the last 15 years and now seems as good a time as any. the new licensing deal with Rhino still has 8 years left to prepare releases from whats in the vault. a tale of the times. if you were lucky enough to see the Grateful Dead and didn't have a bad trip while there, chances are you had an entertaining to life changing event. this became formulaic in the late 70s when Drum>Space got locked into a feature of the 2nd set. as tours went on songs became 1st or 2nd set tunes and eventually became limited to slots within their respective sets, with very little deviance until the end. to see the song you wanted meant going to many shows in a row to get it, Morning Dew had a 10 show rotation, Way to Go Home had a 2 show rotation, Bobby tunes had a 4 to 5 day rotation. this made the shows almost ritualistic for those that got it and to some people dancing at a Dead show was the ultimate experience in life. the shows became events and the best party in town where ever they were and worth traveling for. it might take over a thousand miles of touring to get that Dew you wanted. by the time Keith was all used up, Bobby had a keyboardist from his solo band he thought might be a good fit, Jerry saw some Bobby shows, Keith & Donna retired and the rehearsals with Brent started in spring 1979. the fact that Clive Davis the head of Arista records also was lobbying for Brent as a good fit might have helped also. by summer 1979 they were locked into the format, had new tunes, and a keyboard/vocalist that wasn't just part of the rhythm section, but an organist that had an electronic keyboard sound that was going to be big in the 1980s. the band had reinvented itself and was ready to get that hit album that Clive knew was in them. Go To Heaven was not that album, yet Clive Davis was a deadhead before he was their boss and gave them the room they needed. Betty and Brent became involved together and when that went south around the time of Brent's failed solo album, Betty became an Ex and the era of Betty boards was over. from here on it was Healy's PA SBDs that became the reference copies and had the PA mix with Drums, Keyboards and Vocals out front, not to mention Healy's additional effects, and the amplified instruments lower in the mix so they wouldn't feed back. after the return of the acoustic sets and the Dead Set & Reckoning came out they started the 5 years it took to get the material for a new album and the new tunes came at a slower rate. instead the band kept up the tour schedule, the bad habits and added cover tunes to keep the new fans they were getting coming back for more. there was nothing like a Grateful Dead concert and word got out. by this time some amazing AUD tapes were being recorded on customized tape decks with shot gun mics on poles to get them above the crowd. these capture how it sounded in the hall and were more realistic than the SBDs from the PA. as the tours went on it was obvious Jerry wasn't doing well, but he was trying, and the tours continued until he physically couldn't anymore. the worse Jerry's voice got, the louder the crowd singing along got, so gaffs and croaks were less noticed as everyone else was singing the right lyrics. his guitar playing though developed a shreddy quality and the Tiger years have such a sweet sound. what it did lead to was the entire hall getting into the same breathing pattern singing along with Jerry, while doing the happy acid dance and knowing at that moment they were in the best place on earth at that time. this experience worked pretty consistently right up to the end, even though we knew by then it was more about the formulaic ritual experience than it was about the quality of the music being played. to say this music is unworthy of release is wrong. the whole idea of Dave's Picks is to take whats left from the vault and put out the whole shows in the best quality possible and people that subscribe should understand this. it's not about having to own every release just so you don't have a gap in your display because you only like a certain period of the bands 30 year history. if you don't like it give it away to someone that wants it that got shut out. sell it for a profit on ebay, burn it like the devil music you think it is, banish it from your life. this is what the future box sets will most likely be filled with, the returned Betty's using the Plangent process, because the only box from the returned tapes not Plangent processed is the July 78 box that still sits in limbo as the last of the Music Today boxes and failed digital rollout. at this point the July 78 box looks like it was rushed and victim to being a test if they had to Plangent the tapes or in house digitization would do, clearly it is required and worth the added expense and time. july 78 is a great box and concept that should have sold out by now. [It has since been brought to my attention by David Duryea that in fact July 78 was Plangent processed and mentioned in the booklet, just not advertised on the July 78 page. someone at Rhino should fix that and remove the link for the digital download that never happened, it might finally sell out.] if this new box sounds as good as Dave says, "like a whole new tape" because of the Plangent processing, Dave's future picks will have to start on the Brent years to ensure box set potential into the 3rd 10 year licensing deal.
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Our friends the Rhinos have various and sundry new releases in the development process, but they're always interested in hearing what you'd like to see hit the virtual shelves of the Store. No promises, but you never know...

This topic is for requesting new box sets. There are also topics for individual shows and DVDs.

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Any of the Las Vegas runs from the 1990's AND buy the rights from the opening acts to include them in there too! (Santana, Steve Miller, Sting, Traffic, DAVE MATTHEWS BAND!) That would be cool! I would love to see a box seet come out from a whole run like that! All the sets from all 3 shows! How about a box set of the Shoreline run from August 1991. A real winner! Egypt 1978 Box Set with lots of photos and the best of the music! I would buy it! How about a DVD of that too! The Return of the Warlocks Box set from Hampton 1989. Would also make a great DVD set too! A new Years Eve Box Set! All of the New Years shows the band played - EVER! Could also do different themed box sets! 4th of July!, April Fools Day, etc..... Well, thems some idears. (^_^)
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I agree with above.... Santana/Dead or SMB/GD would be a great box set. I would also suggest the 10/89 Run in Hampton, the Shoreline run from Aug 91 or perhaps a Cal Expo box set with various shows from there or say a Shoreline box set etc... Perhaps a MSG box set or LA Forum..you get the idea...Eric
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...shall we go, you and I while we can... Very credible sources say it's "in the can" and a mystery why it's not released....I wonder if David Lemeiux knows? This kind of information would be cool to get on this site!
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Go over to the tapers section, send David an email, and ask him to weigh in!
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These shows would make a great release as far as full runs go. The band seemed in great spirits and the playing was consistently strong throughout ( if memory serves).
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in a nice booklet similar to so many roads with photos and memories from people involved etc it was 35 years ago this year Bob W - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Spanish Jam
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I was one of those who pre-ordered before the pre-order page was officially "live". It was a sad moment when I read the email explaining the snafu. Although I have high quality recordings of the November 73 Winterland shows, I'd happily plunk down some cash for an even higher quality, nicely boxed, official release! Hey, if it was pretty much in the can already, why not go ahead and let it rip? Thanks!
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I would love to hear box sets of a full run at a given venue For example 1. Winterland 11/9 - 11/11 '73 2. Boston 6/9 - 6/12 '76 3. Anchorage 6/19 - 6/21 '80 4. Boston 12/29 - 12/31 '69 5. Chicago 12/03 - 12/05 '79 6. Boston 9/20 - 9/26 '91 7. New York 9/14 - 9/20 '90
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Talking with my friend about how this should be put out and the traditional "Box Set" would be too much. The first thing that comes to mind is making it available to download. I think a lot of folks are donwloading more music and jewel cases are becoming things of the past. Now to make these available to the folks that don't download, how about just a spool like the spools of blank CD's you buy. No need for any crazy box with all sorts of graphics. Just a spool of CD's with the infromantion printed right on them. Check Out My Orignal Music at myspace.com/salaversano
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With the spaceship on the cover....At least 86-89 ( tons of gems like Box, Roadrunner (not a breakout per se but a damn good version; the great Terrapin from 3.24.87, The 88 breakouts and slamming 3/27/88 show. Oh and those "Formally The Warlocks" shows. They were kinda decent. “The Omnipotent Grateful Dead!”
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I'm also into box sets that cover entire runs at the same venue. I'd like to see a box with the 6 Orpheum 76 shows in their entirety: 7/12-7/14 and 7/16-7/18. It would be beyond incredible to have EVERYTHING available from Europe 72 released. Perhaps that could be released by week in boxes and/or available as individual releases. It would definitely be cool to see an audio/video release of 8/27/72 (with both cds and dvds) too. I'll post more as I think of things... :-)
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Issuing Live boxed sets by venue makes a lot of sense. I personally would be interested in purchasing Alpine Valley and Soldier Field boxed sets, among others. Brian Michaelson
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BCT 8/21-25/72 Winterland Dec 1972 Nassau 73 Winterland June 77 Greek 85 and 89
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How about a massive box set of 9/14/88 - 9/24/88. A total of 9 shows.
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Non limited addition I put my order in about a month before release just as the limit was reached. I have the other Fillmore West 69 set and that is forever on my player, or mp3 player I am sure the release could be fleshed out with other "Live Dead " show tracks Bob W - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Spanish Jam
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I would like to see the sessions that Donna and Ron Tutt arranged between Elvis and Jerry finally see the light of day. I hear that the guitar jams with Jerry and James Burton are just amazing. Rock on! Or should I be requesting these from the Jerry site? Do I contradict myself? Very well then I contradict myself, (I am large, I contain multitudes.) Walt Whitman-Song of Myself
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Why not re-release Fillmore West 1969? It's a proven seller and many could not react quick enough. It's got to be a better move than taking back mp3 again@ :)
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I would agree with the complete venue boxed sets,(complete shows of course) what a great idea! Start with Hampton 1989! Boston 1991 New York 1990. PS How abot winterland '73? It's ready just release it.
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How about The complete Fillmore East run from Feb. 1970, or April 1971. I know they already released Ladies and Gentlemen, but the complete recordings of the run that closed the famed Fillmore East in 1971 would be perfect for a boxed set!
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I would love a box set of a full 1970 show! The ones from mid 1970 with:Acoustic Dead NRPS with Jerry on steel guitar set 1 of Electric Dead set 2 of Electric Dead 1970 is my favorite year in the GD history, just for the sheer magnitude of how long the shows were and how good they were! Sadly, I know that few of these full shows were recorded... even by the audience. But there MUST be a couple of FULL shows from this historic period in the vault... please... there just has to be...
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I Would Love To See A Box Set Of The December 71 Run At The felt Forum. I Already Have The Whole Run But If Rhino Boxed It up With Some Pic's And A Cool Booklet,I Would Buy It In A Hartbeat
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How 'bout a Crate Set from 10/19/71 to 12/31/72? That'd be Vol.1. Vol.2 would be from 2/09/73 to 10/20/74. That'd pretty much do it. "From day to day, just lettin' it ride, You get so far away from how it feels inside, You can't let go, 'cause you're afraid to fall, But the day may come when you can't feel at all."
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Neddles,Check the forum Deadheads>tapers>The Vine. Your wish has come true.
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I agree 100% with Sunshine-daydre and Estim8ed. How about rereleasing this marvelous run. I too put my order in after it sold out of the numbered editions. It would also put a crimp into it being sold on Ebay for upwards of $400.00 a shot. This run is too important to only be enjoyed by a select few who actually got them.
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Since it's out of print: this thing is fair game to being copied and spread around. Who wants a copy??? The fact that they haven't put this up for download on the offical site just goes to show how stupid Rhino is when it comes to making money from the vault. Or maybe that is their plan to sit on the vault for 7 years and release next to nothing. Oh I forgot about the cool puzzles and shirts they are selling. Good ROI on that stuff, what a bunch of financial wizards these Rhino guys are proving to be. It's almost November and not a peep about what they are planning on offering for the Christmas season. That was always fun looking forward to the new DVD or Dick's Pick and montly downloads. Man those were the days. Now I just spend my money on other stuff. Keep up the good work Rhino.
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Requests: Box Sets marye Posted: August 2, 2007 - 7:04pm Our friends the Rhinos have various and sundry new releases in the development process, but they're always interested in hearing what you'd like to see hit the virtual shelves of the Store. No promises, but you never know... WELL WELL, THIS TURNED OUT TO BE THE BIGGEST LINE OF CRAP EVER DIDN'T IT? (NOTHING PERSONEL MARYE). "OUR FRIENDS AT RHINO" - WHO ARE THEY?
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Hey Bought all the dicks picks! would continue to buy.... But alas snip its and partials are uninteresting to me and most every head I know... Shows and tours and runs have a flow. We were heads because of the personal interaction between us the heads and them the band. Sometimes the divide, in reality, was large as they lived there own lives and were separate from us but at the show we were part of the Geshtault ( sorry spelling) .... Part of the band.... Not having the end to end experience really kills it for me and many many others... This is all said with the utmost respect and love. Your vault sounds better than everything that circs and if it get released it will sell and the circ sources will fall away... I'm not saying that it has to be Dicks Picks... I'm sure Dave knows what we want... How about the whole tour of Europe '72... The Acadamy Run.... Classic Winterland Runs... Spotlight on MSG... Go to University (great 70's university Gym shows.. Ala every time they played Cornell), May '77, Spotlight on the wall of sound., comparison boxes of 73 vs 74 set lists and playing styles ( take shows or runs form the consecutive years at the same venue release all the shows and write white papers on the development of the music and playing. Include comments form great tape traders and tapers). We love to read that stuff the book alone is worth the price of admission. If you involve us the community in your plans and releases and we will beat a path to the store! We don't care if they circ in SBD form or not... They will sell non the less we all always want the best quality and we know its in the vault.... Non circ sources are always a treat but don't let it stop you form creating master classes in the bands development over time... How about High res 24bit show releases! The packaging for the stuff I talked about above is not critical. They can come in a CD sleeve or sleeve pages...with printed out notes for a binder. You can sell the binder as well (3ring). And everyone populates the binders as the shows and releases come out with the notes. It would create a whole library to reference. Less cost in packaging and art work... You can sell accessories to it like the little things people put on there crocks alla tabs for organization. A data base plug in to track the collection. Download capability for shows controlled by the plug in to verify and guarantee copy write. Through the plug in have community connection through chat so everyone who has the interface and shows can swap ideas all through your interface... That is marketing control. That is building community. Thats the way to maximize sales and loyalty... You would be creating and controlling the 'Digital Parking Lot of tour'... Have weekly listening parties that all heads and vault people can chat over INCLUDE US! Sell Inserts for art on the site for people to buy and slide in to customize there collecting experience... I could go on and on... You have such a great opportunity. If you track the sites out there today you have a lot of bridges to re build but you will and can as in the end WE LOVE YOU! Any way... I love the band have supported you for years and will continue to This is not a rant and was written with love so take it that way Love IMINCHARGE
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MY IDEA IS A BOX SET OF EVERY SINGLE SONG THE DEAD EVER PLAYED FOR THE VERY FIRST TIME,(AKA THE EARLIEST RECORDING AVAILABLE) TO BE RUN IN CHRONILOGICAL ORDER..IF THIS HAPPENS,DO I GET THE FIRST PRESS?????? OR THE BOX NAMED AFTER ME??????? PEACE,LOVE,DEAD ."nothing left to do but---> smile...."
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How about 10/25-11/6-11/8-11/9-11/10/79. I would LOVE to hear these SHOWS in thier ENTIRITY.
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I am listening to the Grateful Dead Channel on Sirius and David Lemieux's This Day In Grateful Dead History. DL has been playing cuts from Winterland '73 on this past Friday, Saturday and today's installments. In his introduction, he has been making a point of saying what a great release this run of shows would be! In fact he has been exhorting the listeners to lobby the powers that be for this 9 disc release along the lines of the Fillmore West 1969 box.So, in that spirit~ PLEASE RELEASE A BOX SET OF THE 1973 WINTERLAND SHOWS!!!!! :^)

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..material for a CD of Beatles covers, ala' Postcards? Because I'd be into that. ~I was concealed Now I am stirring And I will lay my love around you...~
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Winterland 73Europe 72 MSG Nassau Radio City Academy of Music
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IMINCHARGE kudos to you for posting your thoughts - do we acually think anyone with any power acually reads our messages - if you still read DNC - its pretty obviuos NOT! And here probably less than zero.
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Count me in for the Winterland 73 box.alta
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The Orpheum Theatre San Francisco CA July 1976 7/12/76-7/18/76"From Egypt With Love" run October 1978 Winterland 10/17/78-10/21/78 The Fillmore East Complete Concerts 2/11/70, 2/13/70 and 2/14/70. Re release the Complete Fillmore West 1969 Box Set Europe '72 The Complete Tour And also my vote for the Winterland 1973 Box Set...
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The Egypt run, many of the Europe '72 shows and the Winterland '73 run have recently been available as vines. Check out the vineyard for some great stuff.
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got this from another group I was just browsing on the Spin website and noticed this - Grateful Dead - 'Winterland 1973: The Complete.... 'Winterland 1973: The Complete Recordings' (9 CD) We've just seen this as a UK release on a Rhino schedule for May 5th. More news when we have it. Looks like the long delayed box set may be back on track :) Bob - - - - - - - - - - - - - - http://spanishsunshinedaydream.blogspot.com/ Spanish Jam
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I would love to hear the complete Anchorage Alaska shows from 1980 as a box set. Three special nights of the the Dead when the sun never set. Come on, brings The Grateful Dead, June 19, 20 21, 1980 - West High Auditorium, Anchorage Alaska.
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another vote for winterland 73 !and any other classics mr lemieux can pry out of the vault - please rhino - just release something! seems like its been forever since a full show was released. i missed the full fillmore and don't intend to make that same mistake twice. unique packaging with stories, photos, reviews etc are much appreciated. thank you thank you
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when will the good folks at wherever please create a pigpen anthology box set? a lot of us older heads would gobble it up like candy and the younger heads would have a new appreciation for the man who for many of us was the embodiment of what the dead was all about in the early days. i'm pretty sure Piggers and Jerry are knockin' out some great blues up in heaven. just a thought ....
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had a few more thoughts for the ideal pigpen anthology. this would include a DVD biography with lots of interviews with the pig himself as well as others, rare behind the scenes images and film footage and some choice concert material of mr. pig at his best. also included would be a book with more bio stuff and pictures. and of couse several CDs of pigger's best performances. the dillon gym show from 70 would have to be included. this show had the "good lovin'" with the "buck & a quarter" rap as well as the "lovelight" where our friend plays matchmaker and pairs up guys and girls from the audience. also need would be the carousel show in 69 with him and janis. hope someone is interested in putting this together!
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Does anyone have more news on the Winterland 73 box? May is not so far away. Nothing on the Rhino site, nor here, that I could find. Happy Trails