In Search of... Stuff
Hats, t-shirts, photos, and other objects whose absence is causing a void in your life. Note: if you're looking for tapes, go to the Tape Trading topic. If you're looking for tickets, try Tickets Wanted. This topic is for stuff that is not tunes or tix.
I found mine on Amazon.com used (had several to chose from) and it wasn't too pricey. Good luck!
Can anyone please help me find a copy in good shape of the Deadheads Taping Compendium no.2?
Please let me know the price that you ask.
If possible an estimate of the postage in the U.S. (if you happen to live there, off course). Otherwise the book has to be sent to The Netherlands, where I live.
I already own no. 1, which I enjoy very much. The episodes of the early history of the band and of the acid tests are excellent. I also use the book to read about the shows that I have and the ones that can be downloaded from the internet.
I borrowed no.2 from a friend but he does not want to part with it and copying the entire book is just too much. I also looked in 2nd hand bookshops but the Grateful Dead are not very popular here so I can't find a copy here.
So if you want to part with a book that you have but don't use anymore you can do me a great favor.
"Ship of Fools"
yeah, I gather the name has religious significance in a tradition with which I'm not too familiar, but there they were a bit down the page in the search. Tell us more about the band when the dust settles!
I feel pretty dumb right about now. I have googled them before and get religion info. It never occured to me to try that. Thank you so much.
"show me something BLT2LST something built to try"
I am looking for music by this band called Pranava. I was given a demo tape at a west coast dead show in the year of who knows when. It was mostly instrumental, but there were some words as well. I do remember a song called comes around here. The words were some thing like" it goes around again and up and down again and barely comes around here" or something like that. awesome instrumentals. I lost my mind a couple of times listening to that tape and then I lost the tape. Does it sound familiar to anyone? I would love to know.
DP8 has an acoustic set and there is reckoning also
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Any for sale in the dead.net store? Already have DP 13, 14, 29, 32, 34, 35 & 36 but looking for some live acoustic recordings if there are any on CD.
no problem, this is close enough to the right topic!
Are you in Portland?
I lean to the theory that the next time Antiques Roadshow comes through town you should score a ticket and bring this thing. Then we'd ALL know!
I think the dude with the aloha shirts and the ponytail (aha, here's his Web page: http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/roadshow/series/appraisers/s-z/sohmers.html) would have a pretty good idea what the deal was. I used to know who the experts in SF were, but my knowledge is very out of date. You might want to email ol' ponytaildude about the thing and see what he says.
Then come back and tell us!
For hijacking your post but this site will not let me start my own thread...