Right on MD!
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.
MSG 3/9 & 10/1981
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.
Check the forum Deadheads>tapers>The Vine.
Your wish has come true.
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."
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
I would love a box set of a full 1970 show! The ones from mid 1970 with:
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...
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!
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.