Post your links to the stuff you make and sell.
I just private messaged you...
I also have just about every CD issued from dead.net over the past decade (actually maybe two??). Maybe 200 or so of them. All Dick's Picks, Dave's Picks, Road Trips, box sets, bonus disks etc etc. Life changes. They're taking up too much room. All gotta go away. I don't want to do the E-Bay re-seller thing, nor am I prepared to piece them out individually. Not for profit, tho I would appreciate it if they could go at cost. But whatever. Any suggestions on how I might get these to an appreciative audience, hopefully within the deadhead community? Thanks -
Bound to cover just a little more ground
Hey now! I have a complete collection of "The Golden Road" fan magazine (by Blair Jackson), issues 1-25 plus the '92 and '93 annuals. I must admit that I haven't re-read them in 20 years and I most probably won't, so I'm willing to let them go. Really not interested in doing the E-Bay re-seller thing. Any suggestions on keeping them within the community? I believe they're already represented in the Santa Cruz collection. Thanks -
Bound to cover just a little more ground...
I created a few GD Christmas and Holiday cards, for sale on my Etsy shop. Individual cards available for purchase as well as sets of 5, 10 and 20 cards.
I also have a few GD 50 Anniversary Posters available!
New Music on the Way!
I'm a dedicated musician who's been a lifelong fan of the Grateful Dead, who in fear of not being original spent the first 20 years of my legal adulthood avoiding my most profound musical influence. I mostly pursued jazz, soul, bluegrass, folk, etc. (You know, all the ingredients) After years of being disappointed with the shortage of new music truly in the vein of the Grateful Dead, I finally gave into it and have been recording an all original double-length psychedelic roots rock record. I've completed recording and now I'm producing a full length lyric/graphic video to accompany the music for free release on YouTube.
I've written/improvised/recorded/produced all the music and video on my own. Time spent working on the project has gone beyond 1,500 hours and counting. I made the songwriting a major focus as that's been my biggest complaint about a lot of newer jam-band stuff. It's stylistically as diverse as a Dead album. It's generally more high energy but every bit as free and multi-dimensional in the instrumentation.
The artist name is my name.
The album title is "Limited Thyme Pantry" (We'll see who can figure out that little puzzle)
The release date is 11-13-15 and a link will be posted as long as that doesn't infringe on the house rules. The album is being put out for free enjoyment on YouTube and I'm looking at making the audio available for free download on my website.
If you happen upon this message, check out the album and get as excited as I obviously am about it, please share with all of your kindest friends. Once it's out, I'll be making as much noise as I can about it to all my fellow heads.
Warm regards from Kalamazoo
I have Fillmore West 1969 Complete Recordings up for trade !!
In return I am looking for...
-Dave's Picks 1
From Road Trips Series..
-April Fools 88'
-Road Trips Bonus discs,
From Pure Jerry series..
-Pure Jerry 78' Warner and Bay Area
Some combination of those will be equal to one of the Holy Grails of GD releases FW1969.. Almost all deals must include Dave's Picks 1
It's time for me to find a good home for this thing. It's the actual 5 foot 7 inch prototype that was made for Jerry to approve, before the K2 Lunatic Fringe snowboards went into production back in '92.
The full story is in the ad up on EBay--
Hope somebody will appreciate it for what it is! THanks!
If you are coming to Chicago for this weekends shows, be sure and check out the PhanArt Show held at the Congress Hotel Friday - Sunday from Noon - 6pm. Over 40 different poster artists and memorabilia dealers with all kinds of Grateful Dead merchandise. Kind of like an indoor Shakedown Street. Free admission too. Sunshine Daydream will have a booth there with all of our newest Grateful Dead goodies!.
We will also be giving away at our booth, a ticket to Sundays concert!
I create contemporary pop art. And, since I'm a deadhead, Jerry and the band are bright source of inspiration.
I created this piece especially for the 50th Anniversary Fare Thee Well Tour: https://www.etsy.com/listing/219503873/grateful-dead-art-original-oil-pa...
Feel free to check out all the Dead inventory I have in my Etsy store.
Aloha! - Matt Pecson