Grateful Dead

May 1977 Box (Digital)

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What's Inside:
Five Complete Shows
5/11/77 St. Paul Civic Center Arena, St. Paul, MN
5/12/77 Auditorium Theatre, Chicago, IL
5/13/77 Auditorium Theatre, Chicago, IL
5/15/77 St. Louis Arena, St. Louis MO
5/17/77 University Of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL
14 Discs, 111 tracks
Mastered in HDCD by Jeffrey Norman, Plangent Processes playback system for maximum sonic accuracy
Artwork by Grammy Award-winning graphic artist Masaki Koike
Period Photos by James R Anderson
Historical Essay by Steve Silberman
Individual show liner notes

MAGICAL, MYTHICAL MAY 1977!

If you're a Dead Head, chances are you've spent many an hour expounding upon the distinction of May 8, 1977, Cornell University, Barton Hall. Well, at the risk of preaching to the choir, we'd like to reintroduce you to a series of shows that matches said greatness from that same gloriously fertile season. While Barton Hall is well known, the astounding tour that surrounded it has occasionally flown under the radar due to the uneven quality of tapes in circulation. May 1977 is set to change all of that with a boxed set that zeroes in on this high-water mark in the Grateful Dead's long strange trip.

For a band resurrecting itself after a 20-month hiatus, there was a great frenzy of expectancy that surrounded the Spring of 1977. We anticipate a grand reoccurrence of this fervor with the release of May 1977, a 14-disc boxed set featuring five complete shows from consecutive stops on that magical tour. Mastered in HDCD by Jeffrey Norman at Mockingbird Mastering, the "psychoacoustic phenomena" as Jerry once put it, of St. Paul Civic Center Arena, St. Paul, MN (5/11) Auditorium Theatre, Chicago, IL (5/12, 5/13), St. Louis Arena, St. Louis MO (5/15) and Coliseum at the University Of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL (5/17) can now finally be appreciated. Each of these shows finds the Dead delivering punchier, more focused sets, tightening up the framework; each night turning out first-ever renditions ("Passenger,""Iko Iko,""Jack-A-Roe"), unloading potent new pairings ("Scarlet Begonias">"Fire On The Mountain", "Estimated Prophet">"Eyes Of The World"), classic covers ("Dancing In The Street") and soon-to-be staples ("Estimated Prophet," "Samson and Delilah"), and ultimately rising up to paradise.

And now for the nitty-gritty...

Due June 11, May 1977 is limited to 15,000 individually numbered copies. Presented in a psychedelic box that boasts an intricate die-cut design created by Grammy®-winning graphic artist Masaki Koike, the set also includes a book filled with stories about each show, as well as an in-depth essay by Dead historian Steve Silberman, who delves deep into the history behind the tour and the band’s return from its extended hiatus.

Once these 15,000 boxes are gone, May 1977 and its shows will never be available again on CD. However, the 111 tracks will be made available on release date as FLAC and Apple lossless full-set-only downloads for $99.98.

Like its predecessors Europe '72: The Complete Recordings and Spring 1990, we expect May 1977 to sell out. Your best bet is to pre-order it now, then sit back, relax, and enjoy all the exclusive content we'll be rolling out over the next few weeks right here and on Facebook.com/GratefulDead and Youtube.com/gratefuldead.

May 1977 Show By Show

Take a closer look inside of our numbered, limited-edition boxed set May 1977 with listening parties, videos, artwork and more from each featured show.

5/11/77 St. Paul Civic Center Arena, St. Paul, MN
5/12/77 Auditorium Theatre, Chicago, IL
5/13/77 Auditorium Theatre, Chicago, IL
5/15/77 St. Louis Arena, St. Louis MO
5/17/77 University Of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL

Listening Party

MAY 1977

"Wharf Rat" 5/11/77
"Mississippi Half-Step" 5/12/77
"Jack-A-Roe" 5/13/77
"Dancing In The Street" 5/15/77
"Terrapin Station" 5/17/77

David Lemieux on What’s Inside May 1977

Tracklist

Show #1
St. Paul Civic Center Arena, St. Paul, MN (5/11/77)


Disc 1
1. Promised Land [4:54]
2. They Love Each Other [7:38]
3. Big River [6:25]
4. Loser [7:39]
5. Looks Like Rain [9:18]
6. Ramble On Rose [7:48]
7. Jack Straw [5:54]
8. Peggy-O [8:43]
9. El Paso [4:44]
10. Deal [5:49]

Disc 2
1. Lazy Lightning> [3:32]
2. Supplication [5:20]
3. Sugaree [13:49]
4. Samson and Delilah [7:08]
5. Brown-Eyed Women [5:28]
6. Estimated Prophet [8:38]

Disc 3
1. Scarlet Begonias> [9:47]
2. Fire On The Mountain> [11:02]
3. Good Lovin' [6:29]
4. Uncle John's Band> [9:11]
5. Space> [5:48]
6. Wharf Rat> [9:51]
7. Around and Around [8:48]
8. Brokedown Palace [5:34]

Show #2
Auditorium Theatre, Chicago, IL (5/12/77)


Disc 1
1. Bertha [7:16]
2. Me and My Uncle [3:04]
3. Tennessee Jed [9:32]
4. Cassidy [5:05]
5. Peggy-O [7:52]
6. Jack Straw [5:45]
7. They Love Each Other [7:47]
8. New Minglewood Blues [5:20]

Disc 2
1. Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo> [9:54]
2. Dancing In The Street [14:19]
3. Samson and Delilah [7:07]
4. Brown-Eyed Women [5:28]
5. Estimated Prophet [9:25]
6. Sunrise [3:46]

Disc 3
1. Terrapin Station> [10:13]
2. Playing In The Band> [8:36]
3. Drums> [4:06]
4. Not Fade Away> [14:15]
5. Comes A Time> [10:20]
6. Playing In The Band [7:00]
7. Johnny B. Goode [4:18]

Show #3
Auditorium Theatre, Chicago, IL (5/13/77)


Disc 1
1. The Music Never Stopped [8:37]
2. Ramble On Rose [7:33]
3. Cassidy [4:46]
4. Brown-Eyed Women [5:35]
5. New Minglewood Blues [5:06]
6. Friend Of The Devil [8:38]
7. El Paso [4:55]
8. Jack-A-Roe [5:56]
9. Looks Like Rain [8:17]
10. Scarlet Begonias> [7:05]
11. Fire On The Mountain [13:19]

Disc 2
1. Samson and Delilah> [7:24]
2. Bertha [6:52]
3. Estimated Prophet> [9:51]
4. Drums> [5:47]
5. The Other One> [16:28]
6. Stella Blue> [11:51]
7. Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad> [8:05]
8. One More Saturday Night [5:21]
9. U.S. Blues [5:57]

Show #4
St. Louis Arena, St. Louis MO (5/15/77)


Disc 1
1. Bertha> [6:34]
2. Good Lovin' [6:07]
3. Row Jimmy [10:51]
4. New Minglewood Blues [5:33]
5. Tennessee Jed [9:35]
6. Lazy Lightning> [3:34]
7. Supplication [4:42]
8. Jack-A-Roe [6:24]
< 9. Passenger [4:31]
10. Brown-Eyed Women [5:16]

Disc 2
1. Dancing In The Street [18:49]
2. Estimated Prophet> [11:32]
3. Eyes Of The World> [12:48]
4. Drums> [3:13]
5. Samson and Delilah [7:28]
6. Ship Of Fools [7:41]

Disc 3
1. St. Stephen> [5:28]
2. Iko Iko> [3:54]
3. Not Fade Away> [9:38]
4. Sugar Magnolia [9:58]
5. Uncle John's Band [9:06]

Show #5
Coliseum, University Of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL (5/17/77)


Disc 1
1. New Minglewood Blues [5:46]
2. Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo> [10:28]
3. El Paso [4:48]
4. They Love Each Other [7:42]
5. Jack Straw [5:37]
6. Jack-A-Roe [5:59]
7. Looks Like Rain [8:10]
8. Tennessee Jed [8:46]
9. Passenger [3:36]
10. High Time [8:32]
11. Big River [6:39]

Disc 2
1. Sunrise [4:35]
2. Scarlet Begonias> [13:02]
3. Fire On The Mountain [13:14]
4. Samson and Delilah> [6:43]
5. Bertha> [6:16]
6. Good Lovin' [6:02]
7. Brown-Eyed Women [5:34]

Disc 3
1. Estimated Prophet [8:55]
2. Terrapin Station> [11:23]
3. Playing In The Band> [12:20]
4. Drums> [4:49]
5. Wharf Rat> [12:53]
6. Playing In The Band [6:06]
7. Sugar Magnolia [9:15]

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Baaaaaa Leno710

Leno 710 I'm always amazed at people who need to insult or call names people who have a different view than they do. I have bought every release the Grateful Dead have released.Anyone who knows me would laugh at your description of me. Not to mention insulting the staff who work so hard to bring us great product to them thank you so much

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is it possible

that you've got the FLAC download rather than the AAC? So far no one else is reporting any issues with playing the download/getting the track info in iTunes, so please supply technical details so we can troubleshoot this.

And yes, if you want the art, the liner notes, etc., physical media is the way to go.

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Where is the artwork

The photos, the essay the show notes? For 99 dollars all we get are untagged unorganized files?

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Actually they are not

Only one field is tagged. These files as they stand are useless in iTunes or an iPod.

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This box set will still be available for Christmas

...........and all because they gave people advance notice that it would be available as digital downloads as well. Although I'm not against DD, (I'm actually totally for it), but still prefer CDs, I wouldn't be surprised if the next release size is less than 15k. Also, it would probably help that TPTB, maybe even David L., would pick selection(s) from an era not as easily accessible or overdone. I like '77 Dead as much as the next guy, or gal, but not all of us are sheep that will eat whatever we're fed. It's high time for variety............
Also, how's about helping out the heads that don't have $100 to shell out for the entire thing, and make single shows available at least. I really hope this abuse of power comes back to bite someone where the sun don't shine. Anyways, sorry for the rant, but I haven't posted for a while.

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Cleansing the Palate

Wow Star Dark, 9 months ahead from the same band to cleanse the palate? I was thinking old Who or 80's era Robyn Hitchcock... or maybe the last 15 years of Lou Reed..

What does anyone else do when they OD on 77 dead?

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Cleansing the Palate

Quick recommendation for "resetting" after overdosing on '77 (as I have over the past few weeks): Dick's Picks 18. I know, I know... huh??? Trust me: for whatever reason, that spectacular (and criminally underrated) February '78 run lends nice contrast to the almost too-perfect Spring of '77. Give it a whirl, then listen to 5/15/77 (for example) and see whatcha think.

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I totally agree w/ thisismike about the art!

I thought the pics of the set looked pretty cool but the box looks like a book of magic spells that Gandalf would whip out to jam with some hobbits, pipe-weed, ale, etc. that's really fitting for the set.

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ps-thismike

I forget to mention that I am supremely happy that the org. still puts the time and effort into the hard copy CDs and beautiful packaging-these boxes are works of art in every sense. Data is just data-you can't read it, touch it, contemplate it, etc. Think the difference between your e-books and your real books-those old editions waiting on the shelf to be read are reviewed are good for the soul, IMHO. Think of the amazing artwork-posters, etc created around the Dead and the SF ballroom scene over the years-it really adds to the over-all experience to me and to a lot of others, I'm sure. I think the downloads are fine for what they are but I hope they never completely replace the physical format. And, after all, people are going back to LPs as well as they view Cds as lacking in the things that made analog and large-art lps so much fun.

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thismike

exhibit a-double post screw-up

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thismike

I will listen using HDCD enabled disc player-my Denon 100 year anniversary player. I will probably at some point transfer the data to my Olive server to join other GD data there-its fun to push the artist button and start the GD jukebox but the HDCD part will be gone-it does not translate into the server. With ipod my understanding is that you lose HDCD as well because of the allowed formats recognized by itunes. also with itunes you don't get artwork if you use WAV format-you lose the tab so you can't even capture it and paste it in. MP3 sucks no matter what as far as I am concerned-I can't listen to it-too much nuance missing from the music. I use 160 gig ipod classic so I can use lossless format in my itunes library. All in all though I am with you in preferring hard copy discs and real players with good sound on a decent stereo with efficient-live music friendly speakers-in my case Klipsch LaScala. And yeah, I learned some of this stuff about digital the hard way-screwing up more times than I remember and I'm sure I am still in ignorance about a lot of this stuff-but I will get by, I will survive.

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Re CDs

I mostly listen to the CDs in my car and totally agree they sound better than ripping them to mp3 and using my iPod and various docking station options. I have Bose headphones for running but there's still some punch missing. I sort of plan on listening to these everywhere for a while!

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May '77 AAC or Flac

If you've got a decent download speed, then I would go for the FLAC (Lossless) files.
This way you can keep them archived in that format, and then convert them (I recommend XLD) to mp3, Apple Lossless, AAC, or whatever, for using in iTunes.

Sorry 'bout the double post .... not sure what happened there !

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May '77 AAC or Flac

If you've got a decent download speed, then I would go for the FLAC (Lossless) files.
This way you can keep them archived in that format, and then convert them (I recommend XLD) to mp3, Apple Lossless, AAC, or whatever, for using in iTunes.

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Techno advanced folks

Oh, and I know that I am somewhat ignorant about some of the technology involved in digital sound files, so I hope that those who know more about this sort of thing than I do will chime in with lots of advice and discussions.

However, I ask that you please be nice, and not be snotty or condescending. I'm trying to learn about it, and am already paying you respect by seeking opinions. I know I am ignorant.

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cd vs mp3

I see folks saying talking about ripping their cds from this set like, right away. I wonder, how many of you are like me and plan the first listen to be on a CD player which can take advantage of the HDCD process, and a decent amplfier and speakers? Of course it will make it into my Dead-only Zune 120 (it's a dinosaur, but is reliable, and only has Grateful Dead and alums on it) foroffice, car, and headphone use.

However, in our living room, bedroom, and basement workshop, it's CDs all the way. I will actually do a test with these new discs, and play mp3 player of a song then play the CD, through the same home stereo, and see how muh difference there is between the HDCD and the 320 Zune and ipod MP3. (wife uses iPod)

So anyway, how many of you plan to really enjoy listening to the HDCD?

Also, does anyone know whether ripping a 320 MP3 from HDCD differs from a 320 MP3 ripped from a standard CD?

I'm a little worried that if everyone's just ripping and iPodding, they'll figure it's a waste to make the nice HDCDs, and start offering download only.

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mayormarion...

The tracks are showing all their info (title, artist, album) for us in both formats. What player are you using, if you're still having this issue?

Also, link to cover art now listed above.

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Surprised no 2 CD set

Surprised no 2 CD set is offered in the May77 store as were done for the last 2 Box Sets (Europe72 & Spring90). Boy, they do have everything else from tee shirts to coffee mugs.

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Downloads

Many thanks for offering these as downloads!!! I hope you continue to embrace the digital age in future releases! Very much appreciated! Unfortunately, this is too much for my blood. Please continue with the digital releases. :) :) :) :) Much Love!!!

XOXOXOXO

Greendude :)

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MAY '77

#14709
I just finished classes and am glad to get this for some summer fun.

The Mix sounds LIVE, crowd noises, sounds good. Late 70s Garcia-guitar has always been a favorite for me so I am happy.

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the downloads are not tagged!!!!! No artwork!!!

So for 99 bucks expect to spend the next week tagging these? Not cool! No artwork? ripoff!

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hmmm...

05/13/77 ripping away fine...hmmm....what to do what to do...last fair deal in the town...

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It's here!

Great stuff!! I checked out the Sunrise Scarlet--->Fire on the way to pick up Mrs from the train, it sounded great...I'll rip to my computer but very pleased with what I'm hearing here, out of the crappy speakers on my computer, until I'm done ripping...uh oh, project halted, itunes not finding disc 3 of the 05/12/77 set. :-( 05/11 is smokin' though! Great bar band stuff, more lively drums than Winterland 73 w/ the extra set of hands and a real crisp, clear mix.

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Where are the 1977 downloads?

They were supposed to be released today. How do you buy these?

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Where are the 1977 downloads?

They were supposed to be released today. How do you buy these?

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Download FAQ link

is here. (This is for all downloads, not just this one which will be with us shortly...

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mcgannahan...

Link should be up now, at the top of the page right under the link to buy the box set. Speak up if you have difficulties!

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"The CDs are easy to removed from each sleeve as well."

Hmm, I had a problem getting a couple out and I usually don't have a problem getting them out. In fact, whoever put the discs in looks like they might've had a slight problem too as there were a couple of slight creases. Still, very pleased with the set so far.

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May 1977 has arrived

#10804 has arrived in Atlanta!! First off, I love the packaging and the artwork. The case is about the size of a DVD set. The CDs are easy to removed from each sleeve as well. Like the spring 90 set, may 1977 was shipped in a nice decorated outer box. I really like that touch.

I think everyone is going to be pleased with this box! I know I can't wait.

I started working at 4am today in Birmingham AL. After putting in a solid day I rushed back to the ATL because my tracking number said the box would be delivered today. I get home and beat the UPS guy by 30 min. The kids are gone for 2 days, my wife is still at work, it's 90 degrees outside but cool in the house, and it's time to crack open May 1977!! You can't beat that on a Tuesday! I'm working in Mobile AL later this week, 12 hours round trip of drive time, May 1977 came just at the right time and I think everything is just exactly perfect.

Thanks to Rhino, Dave, Jeffrey, Betty, and anyone else who in any way, shape, or form was a part of this release. I love everything y'all release for us and I gladly purchase them all. The music enriches my life is makes it a little easier to get by day to day. Thank you

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Reading too much into

you all are. Mine said backordered this AM and then I got an email saying it shipped today and now it says shipped. They're all on the way, I'm sure. The term backordered is probably just how they need to enter it into inventory before it gets shipped from a different location or something logistical like that. Can't wait to hear these. And FWIW DP #6 is a total prize.

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logistics

i expect nothing from these people other than that i'll like the music when it arrives. sometimes it takes an email or two. sometimes it requires a returned disc. sometimes i get shipping notices, sometimes i don't. sometimes it arrives 3 weeks after people post about receiving theirs. sometimes it comes before the release date. sometimes the deliverer wants more money. sometimes i get that money back. i used to care about all of this, but nothing changed, so i did. now i don't care and i just wait for the music, because that's what it's all about.

you can complain about rhino, but really, the provision of hard-copy product is a dying industry. nobody but collectors and people over about 35 buy CDs anymore. hell, i'd lay odds that the amount of people who steal this boxset by way of bittorrent will exceed the amount sold tenfold. what's left of record companies is outsourced and understaffed to preserve profitability. we'll be very very lucky if there are GD boxsets being released in as little as 7 years' time.

enjoy it while it lasts.

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Download?

'However, the 111 tracks will be made available on release date as FLAC and Apple lossless full-set-only downloads for $99.98.
' - anyone found where this is yet?

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Shipping

Like others, my status switched to ''Backordered'' last night. I feel good about shipping times, though, since both Europe 72 box and Spring 1990 arrived at my door BEFORE I received shipping notice or was dinged on my credit card. Rest assured, they're getting these things out as fast as they can -- though for almost $12 shipping, it seems like they could get it to us "same day as release" via FedEx.

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lucky fans

we are really lucky to be still getting all this "licorice" all these years-keep them coming. I may like one release more than another one for any variety of reasons but I'm happy to have all of them. ditto with the Jerry releases. Man am I happy to have those too. Its not the same as being in the crowd 10 feet from the big guy but it's the next best thing at this point in time. Buy some for gifts to your friends who may be in the dark about all this.

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perspective

Thanks thismike. Nice post. My feelings exactly. Enjoyed the LouisCK clip, too.

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I'm just not cool

I'm with nottwo... I must not be very cool, smart, or discerning. I must have really low standards, as I have almost always been somewhere between happy and totally blown away by the fact that I can wiggle my fingers on the keyboard of my computer, have my bank account dip a little, then at some point BOOM some pretty amazing music that sort of accidentally got saved from when I was a baby {I was born in '67} will show up at my door, having been restored and made suitable for CDs.

I have been sharing this video clip from Louie CK with lots of folks lately, My wife and I love the perspective suggested in this 5 minute clip.

http://www.pinkbike.com/video/86296/

"Everything is amazing and nobody's happy"

WHenever these CDs make it to my door, I will enjoy listening to them, and thankful that in this way, I can stay connected to the international brother/sisterhood of fellow Dead fans. I am so grateful that the music vaults are accessible, and that there are enough of us still around that can support the Dead industry nearly 20 years after the band itself stopped touring.

I'm in BOulder Colorado, so I am fortunate to go to a lot of close-by Furthur and MIckey Hart Band shows every year, and that makes me happy too!

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Backordered

Here as well. Whatever that means, at least I know that I'm not the only one. Just out of curiosity, I just added a set to my shopping cart to see what it would say -- status was "backordered" there as well.

Was really hoping that the package would arrive this week in time for my birthday...if it does, by some chance, it'll be an excellent surprise! Happy listening, everyone!

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For the record . . . .

I got the shipping notice half a day after the package was delivered.

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Human sez . . . .

I called the 877 332 3638 24 hr order info line. The words "back-ordered" threw me too. However I was told that my order with the standard Free Shipping offer would ship in the next 24 to 48 hours. It's Tuesday morning June 11th. When I call back Thursday morning I expect to hear that my order has left the store and is on it's way to me.

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backordered?

Just checked my order status on this site. It states "backordered". Guess that answers thismikebenz question about what does 10,000 - 15,000 boxes look like in the shipping department. There are no 10,000 - 15,000 boxes in the shipping department. Hopefully this is just a mistake on the shipping status.

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Out for delivery this AM!!

Looking forward to getting it when I get home from work today!! Hmmm, maybe zip home @ lunchtime? hmmmmm...no CD player @ work though and no way to rip 14 CDs in 15 minutes...Still a pretty happy day!! Nice job on the shipping Grateful Mission Control!

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Sound Quality

I'm so glad I'm not intelligent enough to notice the problems with sound quality that others seem to.
I am stunned by Dave's Pick 6, sound and performance.
I'm intensely grateful that they patch up these old masterpieces. And it seems to make sense that these get done before much of the later stuff gets released.

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shipping over 10k boxes

I wonder what a pile of 10,000 - 15,000 of these boxes looks like in the shipping department warehouse... Do they have a few warehouses, or just the one in Kentucky, or what? And where's the factory?

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what to listen to while I'm waiting for the arrival of the box

I recently obtained a decent set of CDs of the May 9th show, and have been listening to it in preparation. I'm looking forward to hearing how the jams evolved throughout the shows in the upcoming box. How fun that some European folks have received theirs while mine has aparently not yet shipped to Colorado. Kind of makes up for some previous box sets which had trouble getting to Europe. I once ordered a box from dead.net and sent it directly to a fellow in Australia because he was having difficulty with dead.net shipping, but that was a few years ago, and I think I heard that they have a newer outfit for "fulfillment" which I think means "order taking and shipping."

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I Got a Fever and the cure is more Cow Bell & May 77!!!!

My temperature is rising!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fyV2cPLuFuA

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May 77 shipping

Just got my email confirmation Things are moving and shaking!

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Just got my notice for DHL shipment ...

... to EU (Greece) and wonder what the import taxes and duties will be. Better with USPS... Anyone that had to pay these crazy DHL fees?

Thanks!

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Shipping Notice

Just got my shipping notice, May 1977 will be in Atlanta tomorrow afternoon! This set is sure to be outstanding!
Its almost time!!!

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Double post, sorry

Double post, sorry

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Order status

Just an FYI for everyone. You can check your order status and it does actually work. Just make sure you use your order number and FULL 9 DIGIT zip code. Hope that helps some of you. I know for spring 90 I sure as hell could have used that information. On that note, my May 77 is still listed as a preorder and my card hasn't been billed so here's hoping for tomorrow ;)

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