My brother moved out about 10 years ago, and has left his massive collection of Grateful Dead & Phish live tapes he recorded during his Dead Head years. He hasn't expressed much interest in keeping them and my father mentioned ebaying them. However after some research I've come to find out that selling these tapes (or you guys buying them) doesn't really happen.
So I'd like to offer the collection to anybody here. I'm in the process of cataloging them but for the most part they are recordings from the early to mid 90s in venues surrounding the NY area. There are about 100 or so tapes that I just want to ship off to anybody who would want them. Unfortunately if nobody wants them, I'm just gonna chuck them.
If you want some more info, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hope to hear from you!
I have 07-06-95 2nd GEN SBD>DAT>C, Rating: A Complete
If interested, let me know.
I did a DAT recording for these 2. I'll check my tape boxes and see if I still have 'em
does anyone have any kind of recording of Riverport Amp July 05 and or July 06, 1995?
"You know the one thing we need is a left handed monkey wrench....."
Serious traders pretty much want their music in a lossless format, mp3 too compressed.
If the doors of perception were cleansed, everything would appear to man as it is, infinite.
What's up? I was curious to know why can't some of the music sharing be done via email? I have all of my music in .mp3 format. I know some of the files can be large, but if one manages their email with Microsoft Outlook, you can receive .mp3 files. Yahoo and Gmail email accounts could be file size constrained. I have a bunch of music and want to share it. However, I also don't want to break the law. It's all good.
I'm brand spanking new here... But of course a long time Grateful Dead fan.
I had a tape back in high school (1981) that blew my mind. I unfortunately lost it way back when, and have spent years trying to jog my memory as to what show it was. Well I finally figured it out. It's from 12/1/79.. Stanley Theater in Pittsburgh. How do I go about downloading this most treasured concert? I found a site that streams it and it has been a delight to listen to again after all these years... but I'd really love to take it with me on road trips. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
So I have this thing I do for my friends and family. On their birthday, I make them a CD of the Grateful Dead show that happened on the day of their birth and give it to them. It's kind of a cheap way of getting out of "buying" something, but it's my way of spreading the vibes and trying to share some Dead love. Obviously, I can only do this once, or I'd be giving the same gift to everyone every year. It's worked pretty well, and I've even converted some folks to the family. I've been able to find shows for almost everyone, that is, except myself. I was born on February 7th, 1979, the night of the notorious Carbondale show in Illinois where Jerry "supposedly" had a bad reaction to Valium. Archive.org has this show available for streaming, but that's it. If anyone has a copy of this show, I'd appreciate it. I'll foot the shipping or whatever. I know this isn't the best sounding show, but I'd like to have it anyway.
“Let there be songs to fill the air.”
Anybody have this show from F.west? It's got Elvin Bishop sitting in and was supposed to be a great show....I'd love to do a trade for it or any info from anyone who was at the show back in 69'. I'm reeeeeal curious as I've heard alot about it.....must...hear...it!!! -cmb
is on the way to you, VW. Enjoy, the DEAD were a powerful force that summer. Happy remembering.
"Strangers stopping strangers, just to shake their hand.,,,, Everybody's playing in the heart of gold band,,,.... Heart of gold band"...........
And you take care, Tim