With Marsallis sitting in with the boys.
My oh my, that would sell like hotcakes and
be so wonderful to be able to watch and listen.
Pretty please, Rhino?
The Truth is realized in an instant, the act is practiced step by step.
I'd vote for DVD releases of any show from the summer of '89. 7/7 is probably at the top of the list.
Downhill From Here is a great release, but the performances the next two nights are just as good. How about a release of the whole Alpine run -- leave all the shows intact and that could be the "excuse" for re-releasing 7/17 as part of a 3-show box.
I would love to see this released. It was professionally recorded, but seems to have vanished...
Any chance we'll get some dead shows on Blu Ray disc sometime soon? I would LOVE to see the Winterland video on Blu Ray! And the advanced audio capabilities of the new format would sound amazing! Please?!
What happened ? They were coming out consistently and then stopped. Were rumors of a release of some footage with Pigpen and although Festival Express was awesome, I was looking more further into a sole Grateful Dead concert release. I also have the collection of all the others as Downhill, Truckin, Dawg, Winterland, etc.. Also releases of crowd compilations as End of the Road and Tie Dyed. I've read other peoples comments concerning all the footage on the back screens of shows that included lot scenes and indoor video circulating amongst the crowd during the show I would imagine there could be some great compilations made realistic. Where are they ? I was at the Terrapin Family Reunion at Alpine Valley and was awed by the display of collections from and of the Vault. All that tape and film dilated my pupils, we are all patiently awaiting... I'm sure all these people that make these sorts happen are all very busy, I would just like to take an opportunity to thank them for all their doings on some very special releases past, present and about to come and let them know that we for sure are looking forward to some more. Keep up the good work keep it coming ! Would especially like to see something in a more High Definition source of audio/ video format (7.1 & 1080p) such as on Blue Ray Disc. Well Hey Now enough rambling, God Bless... One Love ! Looking forward :) peace.
Well...since you asked..
8/19/89-Greek Theatre, along with 7/15,16/88
9/4,5/91 Richfield, OH
Any Winterland '77 stuff as well as any Red Rocks shows, preferably '78
3/16/73 Nassau would be great too.
Just a few to name.
It would be nice to see some dvds in blu ray format.Any shows that are released are always grateful but sure would be cool to see a Buckeye Lake one.That was always a fav venue in the 90's.
I'd really like this in DVD or CD or download. Every song by members of the Dead & their longtime lyricists that were never released in a studio album. I'd love the most kick-ass live versions when the boys were hittin' on all cylinders!!!
Lazy River Road
Lone Way To Go Home
Eternity (thogh not by the Dead)
So Many Roads
Rollin' & Tumblin'
Samba In The Rain
Unbroken Chain (even though previously released, never played live before 95)
Last Time (by the Stones but a good encore if the Rights aren't to hard to come by)
Did I miss any? If so, I'd like them too.
This would round out every Head's collection of Dead music. As it is, these tunes remain the only piece of the puzzle than needs to be filled in with iffy quality audience tapes and who knows how many generation soundboards.
I'm sure a lot of Heads would appreciate this release.
I have a CD & it sounds like everyone was in the best of spirits. The musical performances were great, the Dark Star, plus others are fantastic.
Let's go, this would certainly be a best-seller, good profits for any & all. OK?
SO i am watching "Down Hill From Here" as i write. This DVD is kick ass! So how about a release from an 88' show? There's been no official release Dicks Picks or otherwise from this year. Lets have it!
Anyway... the Egypt 78 DVD was just a tease. Lets get more video released!