Its been a little while hasent it?
"You know the one thing we need is a left handed monkey wrench....."
Throw a dart at a calender of 1989.
Hey from the interview on the web about dozin' at the knick, phil says after 20 years to something and do you know what fits? here comes sunshine. like on dick's picks one all the way to the year 1993 i think we need a dude to release a cool one,
One of the hottest shows from a very good year: 6-4-77!
This one exists only as a somewhat skeevy AUD. The setlist is primo and the playing is superb!
There's already a lot available offically from 1977, of course. But that should not deter Rhino from releasing this excellent show.
Thanks for asking for requests. I remember Dick Latvala (RIP) sending a card out with one of the early DP's, requesting shows.
The show from Frost Ampitheatre of October 10th, 1982 is a deadhead dream show.
Ladies & Gentleman, the Grateful Dead was not enough.
We should get the entire week the dead played, from April 25 to April 29th, 1971. With special guests each night like the Beach Boys, Allman Bros, TC, that entire week shoud come out as a mini box set.
Pretty please =)
Then, the last night of the 1973 tour at the Boston Garden. Three sets of pure heaven.
I'd love to have an official cd of the 1990 show from Frankfurt Germany[10/22]
Considering that the Great American Music Hall has been released as One From the Vault, 1/4 of 1975 has been officially released, a higher percentage than any other year. So, I doubt we'll see another '75 release.
I would love some Shows from 1975.
I don't know if this post belongs in this thread, please
move it, if it does not.
The GD only had 4 shows during this year:
March 23, 1975
Venue: Kezar Stadium
June 17, 1975
Venue: Winterland Arena
August 13, 1975
Great American Music Hall
September 28, 1975
thanks so much for your time and effort.
"Rich man step on my poor head,
When you get up you better butter my bread."
Yes, these should be available to us. They are ready somewhere, they were up before, so it wouldn't require much effort.
If the doors of perception were cleansed, everything would appear to man as it is, infinite.