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fEB 11,13 & 14 FILLMORE EAST

Dicks Picks is GREAT, but we need all 3 LATE SHOWS
I was at all 3 shows, taped them, and own DP4 but I need more!!!

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June 10 1973 RFK

way overdue for a COMPLETE RELEASE

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168 comments!

And I'll be danged if I'm going to read them. I am lazy.

Anyway, these are shows I'm looking for - if they're out there now, not as torrents, I'd love to know. But still, official releases would be awesome:

1/7/1966
1/13/1966
12/1/1966
10/30/1968
9/7/1969
2/7/1970
3/8/1970
4/18/1970
4/19/1970
11/21/1970
9/26/1972
9/17/1987
4/11/1972
4/16/1972
4/21/1972
5/3/1972
5/7/1972
5/13/1972
5/16/1972
5/18/1972
5/23/1972
5/26/1972
9/30/1981

Actually, I know a bunch of those '72s are the Europe ones, so never mind 'bout them...

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9/24/1976 release?

Any chance this show is in The Vault and might be considered for future release in complete form???

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03/1977

In the month of March we went to all the shows that I believe started on a Friday. The whole 3 shows would be great, but Saturday night was the magic of it all!

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Guest Artists

Hello!

Just grooving on the 9/10/91 with Branford Marsalis and thinking that we should have a release, or set, with Guest Artists. Those horn sections shows in '73, any of the Branford material, Etta James, Allman Brothers..... Would be great to see some of that make a release, either in complete shows or a compilation. We're good on the Dylan & the Dead stuff (not a raging highlight anyway), but would love to hear some other good guests!!

(the original post to start this thread, 8/2/2007, someone else had the same idea!! Must be worth something....)

Thank you,
Reggie

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Atlanta Fox 5-18-77, 5-7-77 Boston, also very nice

5-18-77 looking at my burn disc 2 of 3, LL > Sup, High Time (YES!!!), TMNS, Jack Straw, Ship O' Fools (YES!!!), EP > Eyes...
I Love a good High Time, this and Ship fun!!! Total faith and praises 4 Dave so far!!!!! Right on, brother in Deadness!!! Smoke 'em 'til the Wheels Fall Off!!! Miss you, Jer... PEACE!

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10-15-76 Shrine

The penultimate show from the comeback year of 1976, it's a high energy show with a great setlist and historic to boot. This show features the first He's Gone since the retirement and the last He's Gone since they took the tune off the shelf for good starting with Dick's Picks 29. This show would make a great bookend to demonstrate the evolution of the band from the '76 sound into the monster machine they became in May 1977. Check out the Other One, too!

Might As Well
Mama Tried
Row Jimmy
It's All Over Now
Loser
New Minglewood Blues
Bertha
Lazy Lightnin'
Supplication
Sugaree
Promised Land

Eyes of the World
Music Never Stopped
It Must Have Been the Roses
Samson and Delilah
He's Gone
drums
The Other One
Comes a Time
Franklin's Tower
Sugar Magnolia

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Second for 8-2-'76

I have a listenable AUD of this show, and I have to say that this is an exceptional performance from that period. It's a relatively unknown show that ought to be widely heard in pristine CD quality. I would definitely buy this if were released on CD.

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