An amazing show worthy of full release. We need more early-mid eighties releases. Second set is stunning, including best intro to Morning Dew I ever heard. Remember this was during Reagan years and threat of nuclear war was very real. "The Day After" TV special about nuclear attack on US had aired previous winter, Reagan was pushing "Star Wars" missile defense and MX missiles moving around the country on trains. The mournful, chilling intro to Dew captured the moment in time, the Dew itself was spot on, and then to segue into Throwing Stones was icing on the cake. First ever Why Don't We Do It In The Road is also worthy of preservation. Please consider for Dave's Picks!
I think they're still available on Amazon.
Would anyone have Charlotte from 12/10/73? I missed the opportunity
to download this performance, whenever it came out!
I see Amazon has an mp3 for sale.
the rehearsal stuff is better than the concerts
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!!!
way overdue for a COMPLETE RELEASE
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:
Actually, I know a bunch of those '72s are the Europe ones, so never mind 'bout them...
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Any chance this show is in The Vault and might be considered for future release in complete form???
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!