Hi all - I've just joined this site, as sadly by father passed away in January and he has the most HUGE G Dead collection of CD, Vinyl, Books, Tapes, Magazines, Bootlegs..... I have no idea the worth of things - I'm purely going by the interest generated on ebay. However, it is a shame to let anything go - when I know how much you Dead Head's love to collect. I wanted to put a shout out to see if there is anything in particular people are looking out for... Jess x
You can NOW PRE-ORDER Grateful Dead "Dick's Picks Vol 8" 5-LP Box Set!
- Includes 12 page booklet
- Remastered by Jeffrey Norman
- Individually Numbered Pressing of only 2000!
- Deluxe Soft Touch Packaging!
We're very very excited about this release, and can't wait to get it into your hands!
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Hello all! I'm glad to have found this site; there's so much cool info here!
I've recently acquired Winterland 1973, and I'm noticing it is HDCD. I've been looking around, trying to find an HDCD player, and I cannot for the life of me find anything. When I search, I get results for Blu-ray players! Am I so backwards that I have not integrated my music player with my Blu-ray player?
So, I ask of you... are there CD players that render HDCD, or do I need to go with a Blu-ray player?
Finally, do you have any suggestions for either/both option/s?
Thank you, and I look forward to meeting some of you!
Happy to join the boat! Looking forward to meeting you guys
Thanks a lot for this great website and all the ressources you have made available... it is such a dream for a dead head like me !
I'm new to this forum - have been a Dead head as far back as forever ago.
Being from Long Island we got to see several shows locally each year, so
I didn't do much traveling for concerts.
There was The Garden in NYC, Jersey City - outside, Nassau Colosseum,
And other places close enough.
The greatest thing was that the concerts were ALL at least 6 hr. long!
What an awesome time.
I've done my share of twirling, drums & Space and enjoyed it all.
I remember so well the huge Wall of speakers they'd set up AND the
Drum wall - Always so fun seeing the Dead - live!
Nothing but the best memories of the guys - as musicians who just plain
flat out LOVED to play and play and all the improvisation making every show
They'd start a song - jam in the middle a bunch and come back and finish the song and
It would always be like - 'OH YEAH - That's the song we're on' haha!
I'm very happy to have found this place to read others stories
I did go to Watkins Glen - w/ the Band and Allmans - that was quite a trip!
Have FUN...beautiful people
Thanks for adding me. Happy to be here!!
send me a PM with the details and I'll pass it to the licensing folks.