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"Deadhead" Archive.org Winamp Plugin - 1500 Downloads!

It's been a while since I've had a look at the download page, so I figured I'd take a peek, and was friggin' AMAZED to see 1500 folks have downloaded my Winamp plugin.

For those who don't remember, this is a piece of software that lets Winamp play random Dead shows from the archive, one after another. I wrote it for myself to listen to the Dead while I work, and submitted it to Winamp in case anyone else was interested. No way in hell I would have thought 1500 people would download it. I seriously didn't think Winamp still had that many users!

Anyway, if you're interested in checking it out, you can find it here:

http://www.winamp.com/plugin/_/222488

A.Rod

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wants

anyone got any collections they dont want no more im interested ALOT. also some things i really want is older 60s shows(are any acid tests out ther just wondering) also are we aloud to trade the 09 dead shows with warren cuz i NEED! the chicago ones cuz i was there. and acoustic shows are another passion i have(especaily a cassette of the new orleans show were phils amp takes a shit and jerry and bobby take turns playing acoustics)
thanks

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go to archive.org and see if any of the posted sources are cleaner

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So Many Roads (3-16-94)...Static?

Hello Everybody! I have a cd copy of the show on 3-16-94 and there is annoying static in a couple parts of this BEST EVER? version of So Many Roads. I have a bad feeling it was a technical glitch at the show and will be on all recordings.? Does anyone know if there is a cleaner version that I might be able to get? It is a very sentimental version to me...I had this cd and song on when I learned my grandfather passed away. Any help would be GRATEFULY Appreciated! Cheers, Craig D

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Looking

And errrr... anyone want to trade??

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Looking

And errrr... anyone want to trade??

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Headyversion.com has a list

Headyversion.com has a list of outstanding Mornin' Dews and some details. My personal favorite is the one from the Grateful Dead movie...

http://www.headyversion.com/song/184/grateful-dead/morning-dew/
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Headyversion.com has a list

Headyversion.com has a list of outstanding Mornin' Dews and some details. My personal favorite is the one from the Grateful Dead movie...

http://www.headyversion.com/song/184/grateful-dead/morning-dew/
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First Post: Need a Morning Dew

Hi Everyone:

Glad to be here but sad occasion.

I've traveled to the White Mountains of eastern Arizona for over a decade; now they're burned to the ground. I'm contemplating a multi-media presentation with my photographs and would like to have a Morning (Mourning) Dew to go with.

Who'd like to point me to the mellowest, most soulful, transcendent performance of that song?

I'm pretty much a '70 - '74 kind of guy but my favorite show so far is 1976-07-18. I have 1974-10-18.

If y'all could give me some suggestions, I could track-down the recordings.

Sorry if this is the wrong forum.

Thanks,

BA

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Looking for Tape Donations

Hello All,
I am an artist and deadhead working in Los Angeles (I know, kind of a brutal environment). I collect deadhead documentaries, and Dead audiocassettes. I have been hesitant to join the dead.net community and to post (I guess out of some form of weird intimidation), but the project I am working on needs some help, and I think this internet community can aid in its health. The project I am speaking of is a long term one. I am trying to collect every Grateful Dead show recorded on tape/audiocassette. It's a monumental aim, but I think it can be accomplished. For more precise information please look at the blog I have started that documents the progress of the project: www.deadtapecollector.tumblr.com
Although I started this in the Fall of 2010 - it has taken me a while to get everything in order to prepare for the mammoth task. It is all in preparation for a well documented, and well taken care of preserve of information, imagery and sound thru physical object. Tapes are becoming harder and harder to find, and as a cultural object I feel should be preserved in some respective form or another.
I am looking for any generous souls who would like to donate their tape, or tapes to this collection. It could be your worst recorded tape/s, or the best - quality is not important. What is essential is that it comes from you, a fan, and that it is charged with individual soul. I notice that there are others that have asked for substantial amounts of tapes in the past few months on this thread, I apologize for the echo. I am willing to pay for shipping, or if you are in California, to meet you and pick it up from you. I might also have something to trade, it will probably not be a tape though. I am more than happy to discuss and talk with you. You can contact me here, or from the email address on the website : deadtapecollector@gmail.com.

THANKS for reading, and hope you are feeling and being 100%

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