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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 DVDs. There are also topics for box sets and individual shows.

    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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  • August 8, 2018 - 5:26am
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    Château d’Hérouville 1971-06-21
    The show was filmed by ORTF (the former French national TV agency), and the original should be in the ORTF archives in the Institut National de l'Audiovisuel. Get a copy, clean it up, sync it with the SBD that was also made that night, and profit (spiritually and financially).
  • September 9, 2017 - 10:15am
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    sorry for repeat
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    agree...incredible convergence of GD and mother nature.
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    agree...incredible convergence of GD and mother nature.
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    8/4/2017 Jerry's 75th B-day Celebration at Red Rocks
    I know this isn't really the right forum for this but w/ the ad-hoc bands that played it's hard to find the "Right Site". What an incredible show! I didn't see a ton of shows (~20 from '73-'87), and all in the northern plains and midwest. Some were great, all but 1 were very good. This show at Red Rocks was the best. Please publish it! DVD would work. Just the music would be fine with me.
  • February 19, 2014 - 5:10pm
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    Please, you put it on the big screen for us. We all went to the "Dead night at the Movies". That show is complete, just waiting to be purchased and mailed to us. We need to see Jerry again, grinning at Brent and the whole band roaring that night. What are you waiting for? Teachers open the door, but you must enter by yourself.
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    FILLMORE EAST BOX SET
    A Fillmore East Box Setwith COMPLETE shows especially 2/13 & 2/14 1970
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    box sets that are overdue
    A Fillmore East Box Setwith COMPLETE shows especially 2/13 & 2/14 1970
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    Foxboro 7/2/89 - i agree!
    This would be an awesome release... The soundboard isn't in circulation, at least I could never find it! The show is an absolute monster too... Playin' -> Crazy Fingers to open the first set and an incredible up-tempo Friend of The Devil to start the second set.
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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 DVDs. There are also topics for box sets and individual shows.

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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The whole show had huge video screens going so you know that the cameras and footage are there! Would also like to see something, possibly a montage of some restored footage from the early to mid 70's. I am guessing there is a ton of footage out there with great audio to match it with. It doesn't matter if the whole show is not there, etc.... It would be great to just start getting that stuff out there. I feel it has been long over due and I was expecting (now that it is 12 years since Jerry is gone) that more video footage would be out there! Other requests would be: Silver Stadium 6/30/88 Warlocks 10/9/89 Nassau 3/29/90 Anything from Europe 1990 Shoreline 8/16/91 Oakland 10/31/91 - Bill's goodbye show Oakland 10/31/92 - Jerry Garcia Band - Jerry's 1st show back after his coma Any 199?'s show from Las Vegas - The Silver Bowl (what a magical place!). Shoreline 6/2/95 - the last west coast shows and the Gyoto monks - WOW! Praying for that miracle video! Brother A
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I was at the D/D in Anaheim and most of it was released in the Vault Video with the Oakland show but I would love to see the footage from the Dylan set and the encores... I agree with HighVibe on the late 80s and early 90s shows. Many of the shows I was at had the screens i.e. Shoreline etc... So there has to be Video out there waiting to be released! - Eric
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...shall we go, you and I while we can... Two problems. One, Dylan wasn't satisfied with the shows himself, so he's disinclined to release the performance. That's why it wasn't on the VFTV release. Two, Jerry was very protective of those videos. After the show, he had a designated person bring him the video master, which he would put in his briefcase before leaving the venue. There probably aren't too many of these in the vault, although David Lemeiux would know. I thought some of them might turn up for the recent auction of the contents of his home, but didn't. So maybe the guy who bought his house or, more likely, Deborah Koontz, has them.
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"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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If I cant have the rest of my D/D show then Im game to see the Springfield Creamery (SSDD) show remastered.... :>) Eric
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After doing a little exercise to the "Truckin of toe Buffalo" DVD, I realized that there were some HOT shows during this tour! How about the show before: 7/2/89 Sullivan Stadium! Playin > Crzy > Wang Dang SHOW OPENER! My goodness! The whole show is amazing! And how about the show after: 7/7/89 the last JFK Stadium show! The band was again in top form! How about releasing the whole TOUR! Also forgot to mention..... Would love to SEE some video of The Greek shows from ANY YEAR (preferably 1985 though!) That is it for now. I am not asking too much, am I? (^_^)
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Another yes for Sunshine Daydream. We have heard about this film for years. 35 is long enough. That is more time than the start of WW II to the resignation of Nixon. Please, while some of us heads are still around and have the eyes and ears to enjoy it. It's release won't do us much good when we are dust. 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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is a great film, there is a new version in circulation now with an added beginning It would be good to see an official version Bob W - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Spanish Jam
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I've seen a couple of different versions of Sunshine Daydream and I can understand why the band chose not to release it (at the time). My personal opinion is that when Jerry saw the guy losing his mind over his shoulder during Dark Star he felt the cause and effect was a bit too vivid for theatres. That said, I would love to see it officially released and would hope that they kept all the Prankster animation and overall documentary feel.
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1981-03-28 all on Video This tasty show from Germany was broadcast in its entirety live on TV and radio in Europe. You can find good copies on various torrent sites.. but why not an official release..its all there and I presume German TV has the tapes neatly filed somewhere!
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Just in case the number of requests are a factor. When it comes out if you could try and include a full shot of the decorative tapestries that covered the scaffolding and stage that would be cool too. When we walked into Rich Stadium that year our mouths were all hanging open...that face was freaking us out!!!
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1981-03-28 all on Video This tasty show from Germany was broadcast in its entirety live on TV and radio in Europe. You can find good copies on various torrent sites.. but why not an official release..its all there and I presume German TV has the tapes neatly filed somewhere!
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oops did not mean to post twice and do have any idea how that happened ......
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I'll just nuke the duplicate. We've been seeing a lot of this lately.
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I'd love to see a fat bounty offered for the missing Festival Express reels, because the movie, fabulous as it is, is made from about a third, tops, of what was originally shot. Including, evidently, the reels the camera guy's kids used for hockey pucks. It would sure be swell to see the rest of it, "children of Calgary" and all...
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I think I'm going to leave the duplicate up for a bit so the technical folks can look at it. I've seen a gazillion duplicate posts here, but never two hours apart with two intervening posts. That's even weirder than usual!
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More Festival Express for sure would be very cool. Of all the musicians, not just GD, seems that everyone was in very high spirits. I want to party with these folks some more. 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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The cameramans kids used them as goal-posts. Too big to be pucks. (Up here you can by hockey-pucks anywhere!) Concerning the missing reels, I wonder who would one entreat to produce these?
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Since I think there was a fairly diligent search at the time the movie was being made, and this is all they came up with. So they may just be irretrievably gone. But (knowing nothing of Canadian TV), I do wonder if there isn't some logical venue to broadcast the word that people are looking for this stuff and willing to pay. And probably not ask too many searching questions about provenance. I expect there may be some murky rights issues, and on the other hand some of them may be moot after 35 years. I am not an IP lawyer...
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...I note in passing that I have no knowledge of any actual extant film or plans to do anything with it, and that watching the film again leads to a lively appreciation of the veritable morass of rights issues probably involved. Bigger than a drive-in movie, oowee. Anything I'm saying is from pure wishful thinking. That said, though, holy moly. And thank God for freeze frame.
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First off, I own every officially released DVD and lots more that our intrepid friends have produced personally. I have been desperately waiting for a new DVD ever since the re-release of Dead Ahead. I know there is some killer stuff available, because I have a fair amount of it in un-official release. Some ones that quickly jump to mind are the Summer Solstice show with Clarence Clemons and the Germany '81 show. I would really like to see Deer Creek '93 third night (dark star > the wheel) and 5-6-90 (just a killer show). Merriweather Post '85 would be a really stellar pick as 6-30 may be one of the best shows ever. In general, I would appreciate it if some wide angle shots were incorporated into the videos. I know that most of the vids are taken from the screen caps at the venues, which are all close ups, but I experienced the dead most from a distance, with the full light show. The videos that are available, even most of the un-official ones, are all close up shots. Candice did such a brilliant job and her work is almost entirely missing from the video releases. This is a shame, and frankly, leaves me longing for more when I sit down and watch the videos. Just a bit of venting. Frankly, I would be really happy if you would just release some more videos, is one every 6 months too much to ask? - a very happy deadhead
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well, the top of my list would be more stuff from the 70's. the complete 4/17/72 would be amazing. herouville '71 could be made into a nice release. 8/27/72. stuff like that. but... since it is more likely that rhino has access to 80's/90's video, i'll second 7/7/89 as a great example of later day dead. this era is already well represented in video but 89/90 was just a really strong period for the band. keep it coming.
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The bevy of high quality summer 89/90. Was an apex for the band, and the video/audio is top level quality, so why not dare I ask?And whatever is left of Winterland Closing 74 (if anything) And the reels of Festival Express Trip. And whatever else of high quality is available. Not picky, would just like "many and often"!!!! “The Omnipotent Grateful Dead!”
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I'd love to see anything from 87' to Brents last show as it was arguably the GD's peak era. Plus there is vid available in excellent quality! Shoreline surely!!! All those feeds that were on the house screens must be workable! Lotsa love! J Are you kind?
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6/17/91
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This would be a great release as mentioned above remixed and remastered using the multitrack tapes. Maybe even this whole Shoreline run.
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The bonus disk on the movie re-release is amazing.. I will take anything more!!! PLEASE!!! Also a vote for 8/27/72.. Insane Dead jams and naked sweaty hippie girls... sounds like heaven to me..
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I have most of the bootleg pro-shot vids....They look and sound great, I can't imagine them cleaned up and on dvd, that would be amazing!!! 81 GERMANY!!!!!!! HELL, ANYTHING FROM THE 60's-70's-Early 80's!!!!!!! Dead to the Core www.myspace.com/bongwizard (go here for insane Dead vids)
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I just love my BT downloaded version of this. A nicely restored offical release would get my vote and my $$$$.
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I've been downloading videos' for a while now and from everything I've seen I'm sure there's all sorts of tasty Dead video footage just sitting there. First of all I have some footage of The Ramones at Winterland in 1978, it's black and white pro shot. second in Kissology Vol 1 there is a show of theirs from Winterland 1975 that looks exactly the same. Then today I downloaded a Who video from the Cow Palace in 11/20/1973 that looks just like those others. On the bottom on the screen there's a time counter on the left side and on the right it says "BGP Archives"!! So you have this camera set in The Cow Palace at the end of 1973. So why wouldn't Bill Graham have put the same set up in Winterland at the same time? So if we conced they have this set up in place at the end of 1973 then there's probrably footage of the shows at Winterland in February 1974, and the one at the Cow Place in March, Possibly The Winterland shows from The begining of November 1973. And every show the Dead did at either the Cow Palace or Winterland from that time on. So make with the goodies!!!! Get on it now my moneys getting cold!!!!Check Out My Orignal Music at myspace.com/salaversano
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I just remember how much I loved this broadcast on ABC...that "Eyes of the World" was amazing. I can't find it anywhere. If anyone can help me, lemme know! ted
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C'mon already! You've got it we know you've got it, what gives? Have $$$ looking for a day dream!
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SUNSHINE DAYDREAM!! 8/27/72, I would just love to see that.
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Great show!!! I would like to have more DVD'S any would do!!
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So, 10-4-70 was a quadrophonic sound FM-TV simulcast by KQED? It would be awesome to somehow get that reconstructed. I heard the rumor that they are not of high resolution. But hey, we'll listen to shitty old casette tapes! So, how about getting into it, digging in the dirt, and putting out a nice 5.1 DVD remaster??? In general, I vote for anything pre-1978 to come out, even if it's a compilation in the vein of the Led Zeppelin DVD box set. Something like that would be great. Sure, I'll throw in for Sunshine Daydream too. Although I have the bootleg & it sort of disappointed me a bit. I'd rather have seen the concert footage in the proper order, with all the songs... nevertheless, it's one of the greatest shows in history and it's amazing to see the 1972 Oregon scene. All the prankster hemming & hawing just kind of gets to you after a little while.
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I was at this show in Jamaica in '82, and at the 3 day festival there were video cameras everywhere! On the stage, camera booms were being lowered from the stage in front of the bands and into the crowd. None of this ever surfaced. I remember "Feyline Productions" from Colorado being involved with the video shoot. Would be awesome footage to see, the Dead didn't come on till 4:30am and played till after 7am. They stalled Scarlet Begonias until the sun started coming up, then went into Fire On The Mountain, incredible! Where is this footage.....
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just start releasing them more often. i'll take whatever. only got to see 1 show live! i'm an official release whore. brent fan, if we're getting down to the nitty gritty but any dvd is worth it to me, since i think seeing them adds to the experience of trying to relive these shows. egypt would be cool....multiple discs with as much of the wandering around exploring egypt footage as possible (bill walton with crutches exploring the pyramids, that weird guy inside that tomb making music of sorts, billy by the pool talking about there being a craft inside the pyramids, the flag being planted on the top, etc.) obviously. i know the piano wz out of tune and the drums were minus an arm, but from the little i've seen jerry rips it and they're having a blast. sunshine daydream is the ultimate "duh". guy with boner and all, you'd sell tons! anyway, just release whatever you want, but do it more quickly and regularly please.
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How about So Far, Backstage Pass and the making of Touch of Grey? Also the Summer Solstace '89 pay per view broadcast in it's entirety including the pre show and intermission footage.
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Saw a decent copy of Sunshine Daydream once, been waiting for it to come out on video ever since. I was told the many bare breasted camera shots have been one of the reasons for it's not being released. I find this a little hard to believe, being that the show is so good and footage from that era is quite rare. Hoping it's gets a legit release soon. Patrick
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Woke up this morning and oddly remember seeing this live on the USA network all those years ago. It was also a FM radio simulcast in my area (CT) and a good one at that. There were interviews w/ Bob & Mickey inbetween sets with Father Guido Sarducci. It was set up alot like the 78-79 broadcast (no Bill G. flying in on a giant joint though), and I think it would make a fine DVD release. After "Sunshine Daydream" this would definitely be my next choice. Any of you out there who remember this broadcast or even just heard the show and liked it, post your requests. Maybe we'll see it get released sometime soon. Love to all, Patrick
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I have a copie of Sunshine Daydream. I watched it just a few days ago on my day off. I had a 8/27/72 revisited day if you will. Early in the day I was at the local record store and they had the Vaneta 8/27/72 New Riders set on cd for sale. So I bought the cd and this triggered me to dust off my burnt copy of Sunshine Daydream(that only plays in one of my dvd players?) and I made an afternoon of it. Listened to the NRPS cd first, Im pretty sure its their whole set stage announcements and all. Then I popped in the Sunshine Daydream dvd. It was a pretty good afternoon. The Vaneta footage is great there is also just a few minutes of very early dead at the beginning. This being said I do hope they release sunshine daydream I would defenately buy an official release, I like getting sets and nice packaging I also enjoy extra pictures and essays and good quality sound thats why I will always buy a new release even if its a show I have on tape or something. PLEASE RELEASE SUNSHINE DAYDREAM!!!! I also just read something about the bickersaw festival from england 72 being broadcast on tv that would be a good dvd release.
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the video (co directed by jerry?), has some unique footage of the band and footage of "conceptual" nature, and even parts of it are without an audience/ spliced together with shows with an audience. What's not to love? why do i need another feed from the jumbotron cameras, when we could have THIS video, that people worked so hard on. i can't believe that SO FAR is not the most talked about, here. but i hope my voice is heard. peace
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A big 10-4 on an official release of Sunshine Daydream. It would be the very next thing I'd buy.
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I would love a pro quality DVD release of the Grateful Dead on European TV from the Europe 72 tour, like the TV From The Tivoli and the Beat Club broadcasts. Anything with Pigpen would be great too, maybe a bonus DVD of the Dead being fronted by Pigpen.
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hey any of the cal expo shows from 1990 or the autzen shows would be amazing :)