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The dead started at the 50 yard line

The show i"d like to see again in its entirety was the Dead with Warren Zevon at Folsom Field in Boulder, Colorado. It was the first Time I recall seeing anyone open for the Dead. Warren warmed everyone with his Music , Although it was probably close to 100 degrees on the field. I don't remember but I don"t recall any rain, unusual for any outdoor show in Colorado. Historically , it is one of the shows mentioned by Rock Skully in his book "Living with the Dead." Although I can remember many a great show (snippets of same at best) This one stands out to me because up to that point the Dead had been more of an attraction for a select few, Here, they were able to show that they could fill at least half a stadium.

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88 - A Neglected Year For Releases.

4/30/88 and 5/1/88 The Frost.

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The final St Stephen from

The final St Stephen from Hartford 83

Also Oxford ME 88...the shows were off the hinge.

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Make With The Pigpen Footage !!!

While all the color multi-camera stuff from the summer tours has been fun. Let's get out some of the old stuff. I think I speak for everyone when I say I don't care if the footage is in black and white and only 1 camera, and there's only about 20 minutes worth of footage.If all that you happen to have from a show at the Fillmore is the last couple of songs, We'd deal with only "The Eleven>,Lovelight" or "Alligator>Caution" Put it out as bonus footage on a "View From The Vault"
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Europe '72

...shall we go, you and I while we can...

Perhaps those multi-track masters could now be released since there's no record company issue. Rhino is owned by Warner Bros. Given the current release cost, 20+ shows would probobly sell for between $400 and $500. I''m sure that people would buy them, and each could be individually released, too.

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2/19/73: Phil goes to the moon

2/19/73 from Chicago features Phil going nuts during a Truckin' jam into the Other One, and should be released for all to hear his inspired and precision COSMIC DAWN OF AWAKENING (not to mention fantastic bass playing).

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Here's 3 Big Ones

First, I see lots of people talking about the '73 winterlands, we what about the 10/74 winterlands!?! I'm sorry the dead movie and steal your face just doesn't cut it. Every night should be put out on audio AND VIDEO
Next the '90 garden run, the week long "Playin' In The Band" all the "Trio Jams" even "Cowboy Time" was good.
And while we're talking about '90 that east coast spring tour ALL OF IT!! From Landover thru Atlanta. "Dozing' At The Knick" Is another release that doesn't cut it. And since all those shows were recorded for "Without A Net" in multi-track swell-ness there's no reason to let that stuff sit on the shelves.
I also saw someone mentioning bringing back the downloads. Make all 4 nights from the "Live Dead"/"Fillmore West 1969 The Complete Recordings" available as downloads for the folks that would like to hear the stuff that's not on the compilation.
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MY REQUEST

SPAC 6-18-83. KILLER DEW!!!! BEST WHEEL I EVER HEARD.THE SAME AUDIENCE TAPES HAVE BEEN FLOATNG AROUND. I'D TO HEAR SBD OF THIS SHOW.

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