The spirit of the Grateful Dead must be truely dead and gone.
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.....
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.
Great show!!! I would like to have more DVD'S any would do!!
SUNSHINE DAYDREAM!! 8/27/72, I would just love to see that.
C'mon already! You've got it we know you've got it, what gives?
Have $$$ looking for a day dream!
I just remember how much I loved this broadcast on ABC...that "Eyes of the World" was amazing. I can't find it anywhere. If anyone can help me, lemme know!
I've been downloading videos' for a while now and from everything I've seen I'm sure there's all sorts of tasty Dead video footage just sitting there. First of all I have some footage of The Ramones at Winterland in 1978, it's black and white pro shot. second in Kissology Vol 1 there is a show of theirs from Winterland 1975 that looks exactly the same. Then today I downloaded a Who video from the Cow Palace in 11/20/1973 that looks just like those others. On the bottom on the screen there's a time counter on the left side and on the right it says "BGP Archives"!! So you have this camera set in The Cow Palace at the end of 1973. So why wouldn't Bill Graham have put the same set up in Winterland at the same time? So if we conced they have this set up in place at the end of 1973 then there's probrably footage of the shows at Winterland in February 1974, and the one at the Cow Place in March, Possibly The Winterland shows from The begining of November 1973. And every show the Dead did at either the Cow Palace or Winterland from that time on. So make with the goodies!!!! Get on it now my moneys getting cold!!!!Check Out My Orignal Music at myspace.com/salaversano
I just love my BT downloaded version of this. A nicely restored offical release would get my vote and my $$$$.
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!!!
HELL, ANYTHING FROM THE 60's-70's-Early 80's!!!!!!!
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