Grateful Dead

July 1978: The Complete Recordings


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What's Inside:

Five Complete Shows on 12 discs
7/1/78 Arrowhead Stadium: Kansas City, MO
7/3/78 St. Paul Civic Center Arena: St. Paul, MN
7/5/78 Omaha Civic Auditorium: Omaha, NE
7/7/78 Red Rocks Amphitheatre: Morrison, CO
7/8/78 Red Rocks Amphitheatre: Morrison, CO
Mastered in HDCD by Jeffrey Norman
Artwork by esteemed cartoonist Paul Pope
Intro and show-by-show liner notes by Nicholas Meriwether
Producer's Note by David Lemieux
Individually Numbered, Limited Edition of 15,000
Release Date: May 13, 2016

Announcing July 1978: The Complete Recordings

We’re pleased to announce JULY 1978: THE COMPLETE RECORDINGS, five incredible unreleased shows and the first official release from the long-lost tapes, recently returned to the Grateful Dead’s vault. Follow the Dead on a sonic journey through a superb selection of settings, an often epic adventure that finds them winning over Willie and Waylon fans in Kansas City, conjuring charisma in Omaha, and elevating the Red Rocks beyond their already spiritual planes. With five distinct performances painting the masterpiece of 1978, Betty Cantor-Jackson's always-pristine soundboard recordings, and the "hall-of-fame pedigree" of the Dead's first-ever shows at the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre, this is one release that far exceeds excellence in music, sound quality, and rarity.

Limited to 15,000 individually numbered copies, JULY 1978: THE COMPLETE RECORDINGS includes Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City, MO (7/1/78), St. Paul Civic Center, St. Paul, MN (7/3/78), Omaha Civic Auditorium, Omaha, NE (7/5/78), and Red Rocks Amphitheater, Morrison CO (7/7/78 and 7/8/78) - all of the performances in this collection are drawn from the band’s master soundboard recordings, each newly mastered by Jeffrey Norman. The set also features original artwork by esteemed cartoonist Paul Pope (D.C. and Marvel comics) and in-depth liner notes written by Nick Meriwether (Grateful Dead Archives at the University of California, Santa Cruz), as well as a producer’s note from producer David Lemieux.

Due May 13th, we anticipate that this extraordinary box will 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.

Looking for something a little more byte-sized? The collection will also be available for HD digital download in FLAC and ALAC, exclusively at dead.net, on release day.

Listening Party: July 8, 1978

“Ramble On Rose"
“Wharf Rat"
“Werewolves of London"

Listening Party: July 7, 1978

“Cassidy"
“Tennessee Jed"
“Not Fade Away>Black Peter"

Listening Party: July 5, 1978

“It's All Over Now"
“Looks Like Rain"
“Truckin'"

Listening Party: July 3, 1978

"Dancing In The Street"
"Peggy-O"

Listening Party: July 1, 1978

"Estimated Prophet>"
"The Other One>"
"Wharf Rat>"
"Around And Around"

Seaside Chat: David Lemieux On July 1978

First Listen: "Wharf Rat" 7/8/78

Head on over to Rollingstone.com for an exclusive sneak preview of "Wharf Rat" from the July 8th Red Rocks show.

Product Details

Show #1
Arrowhead Stadium: Kansas City, MO (7/1/78)


Disc 1
1. Bertha [7:02]
2. Good Lovin’ [6:30]
3. Tennessee Jed [8:49]
4. Jack Straw [6:03]
5. Friend Of The Devil [8:20]
6. Me And My Uncle [2:56]
7. Big River [5:16]

Disc 2
1. Terrapin Station> [11:01]
2. Playing In The Band> [8:56]
3. Rhythm Devils> [8:51]
4. Space> [3:51]
5. Estimated Prophet> [11:05]
6. The Other One>[5:13]
7. Wharf Rat> [10:01]
8. Around And Around [8:25]
9. Johnny B. Goode [4:15]

Show #2
St. Paul Civic Center Arena, St. Paul, MN (7/3/78)


Disc 1
1. New Minglewood Blues [5:40]
2. Loser [7:35]
3. Looks Like Rain [7:51]
4. Ramble On Rose [7:25]
5. Mexicali Blues> [3:26]
6. Mama Tried> [3:24]
7. Peggy-O [8:09]
8. Cassidy [5:08]
9. Deal> [6:13]
10. The Music Never Stopped [8:20]

Disc 2
1. Scarlet Begonias> [10:16]
2. Fire On The Mountain[9:39]
3. Dancing In The Street> [13:32]
4. Rhythm Devils> [11:10]
5. Not Fade Away> [6:46]
6. Stella Blue> [10:51]

7. Sugar Magnolia [9:19]
8. Werewolves Of London [7:12]

Show #3
Omaha Civic Auditorium, Omaha, NE (7/5/78)


Disc 1
1. Sugaree [9:51]
2. Beat It On Down The Line [3:28]
3. They Love Each Other [7:12]
4. Looks Like Rain[7:59]
5. Dire Wolf [3:49]
6. It’s All Over Now[8:22]
7. Candyman [6:41]
8. Lazy Lightning> [3:27]
9. Supplication[5:27]
10. Deal[5:59]
11. Samson and Delilah [7:18]
12. Ship Of Fools[7:29]

Disc 2
1. Estimated Prophet> [12:42]
2. Eyes Of The World>[12:23]
3. Rhythm Devils>[7:56]
4. Space> [7:28]
5. Wharf Rat>[9:43]
6. Truckin’> [7:29]
7. Iko Iko> [7:23]
8. Around And Around [8:27]
9. Promised Land [4:13]

Show #4
Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, CO (7/7/78)


Disc 1
1. Jack Straw [5:49]
2. Candyman [6:40]
3. Me And My Uncle>[3:00]
4. Big River [5:53]
5. Friend Of The Devil [8:36]
6. Cassidy [5:06]
7. Tennessee Jed [9:11]
8. Passenger [5:31]
9. Peggy-O [9:10]
10. The Music Never Stopped [8:13]

Disc 2
1. Cold Rain And Snow [7:26]
2. Beat It On Down The Line [3:38]
3. Scarlet Begonias> [10:18]
4. Fire On The Mountain [8:10]

Disc 3
1. Dancing In The Street[8:57]
2. Rhythm Devils>[10:12]
3. Space> [6:09]
4. Not Fade Away> [11:04]
5. Black Peter>[10:29]
6. Around And Around [8:44]
7. U.S. Blues [5:55]
8. Johnny B. Goode [4:16]

Show #5 Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, CO (7/8/78)

Disc 1
1. Bertha> [6:43]
2. Good Lovin’ [6:40]
3. Dire Wolf [4:07]
4. El Paso [4:25]
5. It Must Have Been The Roses [7:16]
6. New Minglewood Blues [6:09]
7. Ramble On Rose [8:34]
8. Promised Land [4:37]
9. Deal [6:26]
10. Samson and Delilah [7:44]
11. Ship Of Fools [7:29]

Disc 2
1. Estimated Prophet> [13:08]
2. The Other One> [8:51]
3. Eyes Of The World> [10:34]
4. Rhythm Devils> [10:29]
5. Space> [5:03]
6. Wharf Rat> [8:43]
7. Franklin’s Tower [10:39]
8. Sugar Magnolia [9:31]

Disc 3
1. Terrapin Station> [10:54]
2. One More Saturday Night [5:13]
3. Werewolves Of London [6:44]

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jimmyjack, there is no difference in sound quality at all

The version of 7/8 in the box is exactly the same as the single show available for sale on Amazon and elsewhere.

As they usually do for box sets lately, they simply selected one show to sell as an individual product for those not wanting to buy the whole box (just like they did with 3/29/90 and 5/8/77).

It is exactly the same mastering and so forth, and usually the same disc packaging.

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I would doubt there is a difference in sound because 7/8 and the box set were released at the same time. Unless someone could inform otherwise as to sound differences, I'd recommend to just go for the entire box if you can. It's a good package and each show has something to offer. I find myself going back to it pretty often, with 7/3 and 7/5 getting slightly fewer spins.

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This has probably been

This has probably been covered somewhere within the 76 page sof comments I don't have time to read, but how does this 7/8 differ from this one?

https://www.amazon.com/Red-Rocks-Amphitheatre-Morrison-CO/dp/B01E1I9M9Q/...

All I saw was that the box set version was "remastered," but can anyone hear a difference? I ask because I'm thinking of buying a few of these a la carte and don't need a second copy of this show if the differences are negligible (or if there are difference at all)

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Looks like 1111 left. Give or take.

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Crazy like a fox Jim

I love this Box too.

If you’re looking for a band that makes no mistakes, find a band that plays the same show every night, which is most of them.

And don’t compare this Box to E72, those were overdubbed.

http://deadessays.blogspot.com/2014/01/the-europe-72-overdubs-guest-post...

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Love This Box

Guess I'm just bat shit crazy.

My sweet spot is also 67-74, but I don't compare this to those years as it's a different beast altogether. I take it for what it is, and it's fresh, loaded with energy and fun.

Once or twice a year I go to a few of the shows in this box, and rarely Red Rocks. I have already listened to those to death. Arrowhead and Omaha get hit a lot.

So call me crazy.

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It KILLS Me to Say This

But this box set disappointed me. And I'm as hardcore a 78 guy as there is. Similar to what Mr Heartbreak said, and I've heard others make similar observations (a couple of the guys who post regularly, and I don't remember who)

In the 1978 July box set, I hear this compared to the exact same songs in the 1977 shows or even January - April 1978:

* instrumentally, way more missed notes

* harmony vocals, a lot of disharmony in the harmony vocals. people coming into the chorus unevenly, and out of harmony

* instrumentally a lot more transition misses from one guy or another

* lead vocals, a lot more uneven singing of the verses (by uneven, I mean singing ahead of or behind the melody)

* the mix - the vocals do not blend in with the instrumentation as smoothly, instead, the vocals sound a lot louder than the instruments to me in many songs.

Anyway, when you factor in a little bit of all of those things I commented about, it adds up to a lot of distractions when I listen to these shows. I had been looking forward to some hot Music Never Stopped and Terrapin Stations, since they developed some parts a little bit more in '78 but they didn't quite get there smoothly. If I had nothing to compare these shows to, I probably would thing they were outstanding, but compared to Jan - April '78 and '77, they're not quite as good to my humble ears.

tombstone, I agree with your sentiment, but Limited Edition and ebay is what keeps this machine rolling. Rhino (as they should) is going with the business plan that makes them the most money. To have a never ending supply of over 300 releases is a one-way boat ride to a large ice berg of a business plan. these vault releases are not like major releases. only the hardcore want 22 shows from europe 72. only the hardcore would tolerate the 1974 wall of sound recording quality (or 80s cassette tape recording quality). we are an esoteric crowd. they need to feed us fast and move on to the next thing quickly. they need the money up front (subscription) and they reinvest it back into the machine. ebay? well, if I have to move 18,000 widgets every quarter, and 1000 customers want 10 each, so be it. this will allow me to have the front money to continue to produce for not just the 1000 buying 10 each, but the remaining 8000 buying 1 each. And to be fair, Rhino has been systematically increasing the production numbers each year or two. I truly believe Pinkus and Lemieux are as seasoned as Dead Heads come, and they want to keep the lights on as long as possible, so they're going with the plan that not only keeps them in business, but which is fair to everyone. subscriptions never sell out quickly, everyone has their opportunity to get one, and 99 bucks a year is not asking too much by any reasonable standard, since we're getting 13 discs (works out to .13 cents a disc). AND the merchandise appreciates over time. What other product does that? Not my f***ing car! Sorry I screwed up the math, it works out to 7.62 a disc. That's pretty good brother. or like vguy says 27 cents a day. give the guys a little love, they have figured out a golden cheap plan for us to revel in this addiction for the foreseeable future.

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I couldn't disagree more. Jerry doesn't sound energized at all in this entire run. He sounds winded, like he's really struggling - maybe for the first time - with his vocals. Remember, he had laryngitis a few months earlier and had to actually lay out for an entire gig. In July it sounds like he's trying to make up for his struggles vocally by working harder. And the result is almost constant failure.

The only really good Jerry vocals in this entire run are maybe a Stella Blue and a Peggy-O. Not exactly something I want to listen to multiple times.

As I said in my post, I'm more a pre-hiatus guy, so I'm going back to my comfort zone by picking up a Europe '72 show: 4/26. Originally released in part as Hundred Year Hall, this show has all-timer versions of a bunch of tunes. Hard to believe that was just six short years before this sub-par '78 run. And yes, the Red Rocks shows have some high points, but this box set could be most charitably described as "ragged." Okay, I'm out.

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July 78. A ways to go...

Mr Heartbreak, I have to take issue with you here. Lets not go to the 80s - the real inventiveness of the Dead is here in the 70s. 78 gets a bad press but the strength of this set is Jerry's vocal delivery. I've rarely heard him so energised.

I admit that I skip over Rhythm Devils and I'm not keen on Phil's over funky bass at Arrowhead but The Music Never Stopped and Peggy-O have rarely been bettered. Its the never ending search for the ultimate rift from Jerry that makes this so rewarding. Its not about perfection, its about the search for perfection and the knowledge that it'll never ever be achievable. Even if you get there it won't be good enough. You'll still need to go over the edge to find out where the edge is.

Listen again my friend.

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A Ways to Go Before It Sells Out

I finally pulled the trigger on this box, just over two years after it came out. I think I have the answer as to why it still hasn't sold out.

Most of it is just not that great.

Of course the 2nd Red Rocks show has been considered a "tentpole" show for many years, and there's something to be said for it. But, like 5/8/77, it was made available as a solo item. For many, that would be good enough.

For the rest of us - those who are fanatical enough to at least consider a large box set of multiple shows - I think this box was a bit of an overreach. I know many of you will disagree, having already posted in the thread about the fantastic sound quality, wonderful performances, and uniqueness of the previously unheard shows from 7/1-7/5. I have to say that in my personal opinion, just because something hasn't been released, that doesn't make it release-worthy.

Distant, poorly-recorded AUD tapes can be fun to listen to, especially when you can hear some great stuff in them; by contrast, Plangent-processed SBD recordings reveal every wrong note, painful lyrical flub, and off-key harmony vocal...of which, I'm sorry to say, these shows have plenty.

Prior to listening to the first couple shows from this, I only allowed myself to listen to some early-80s Brent shows for a few days. I'm mostly a pre-hiatus guy (though I love some of the '77 recordings, too), and I figure that everything from '78 on is exponentially worse each year. But the material I played - from '81-'83 - was actually pretty good, in spite of Jerry's obvious vocal decline.

When the box arrived, and I started playing these shows, I was surprised that they weren't better. In fact, they were about the same as - maybe not even as good as - those early 80s shows.

Over the past couple days, I've taken a bit of a break from the box. I'm in the middle of the 7/5/78 show. I don't want to prejudice myself more by going back to '72, of course, so I've been checking out some shows on YouTube: 12/28/83 and 12/31/79. I find myself agreeing - for the first time EVER - with the tiny but vocal minority on the Dead.net message boards - that we should start getting more '80s releases.

It's not that Brent was so great, or that Donna was so bad. It's that this box has made me reassess the tired 70s vs. 80s argument in favor of more early 80s releases. If this box is the best the Dead got in the post-77 era, well, they were not substantially worse in the 80s...at least on some nights.

Now, I'm sure I'll feel better about my purchase as I get toward the end of the box and hear Red Rocks again for the first time in a few years. But for now, I'm finding myself wanting more variety from upcoming releases. And if that means a few more official Altheas and Esaus, well, bring 'em on!

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7-3-78 Happy 40th Anniversary

Rockin’ the disco Dancing as I type.

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Thank You Willie Nelson

7/1/78 aniversary 40 years ago today. Short but sweet.
Thanks Willie for inviting the Dead to your gig in KC.

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Got mine today

Finally ordered this last week and #13,900 just got delivered. Love the packaging!

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New Information

Though I don't Facebook, I glimpsed the following exchange on the OSF page over the blinder:

Jon Chazen Is this the same one released on the dead label in the late 90s?

Owsley Stanley Foundation Same shows. Better technology. Mastered from scratch. More material -- in fact, all of the material we could find from all three nights will be available in various formats.

So, single disc order canceled in the hopes of a pending box set announcement. Terribly exciting stuff: more Duane!

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Days of Riches

http://spiritcats.com/seastones.html

Spectacular sound in the now-complete canon of related compositions from the early-mid '70's courtesy this expanded reissue. Phenomenal! My favour tends toward the final handful of tracks that bespeak interstellar transmissions of an alien insect intelligence...the kind of sound that made the Seastones session of Jai Alai 6/23 such a perfect intermission companion piece to that spectacularly bizarre and utterly elite Dead show.

http://relisten.net/grateful-dead/1974/6/23-7/seastones

On order: Szell Complete Columbia (already said?) and the next edition of Bear's Sonic Journals - ABB Fillmore East '70.

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Banner Claims "Only A 1000 Left"

However, the site just allowed me to put 1404 units into my cart...but not 1405. So who knows really.....

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Don’t rely on technology agisser

It will only leave you frustrated and confused.

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1419 left?

But the banner above says only 1000 left, just two days after this was posted. So I'm confused.

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Thank you...

...Charlie & those who responded by IM. I've received offers of guided tours and even a poolside guesthouse. As with those of you I met a couple years ago hopscotching across the Midwest with DeadCo & Phish, the generosity and knowledge of our community never fail to amaze!

A fruitful period of new music: in addition to the NorPac box, the link just went up on AmazonUS for the Szell Columbia set; Ned's Seastones' rerelease arrived, as did the Cream 67 Detroit broadcast; ordered the Casal/CATS followup, of which I'd heard nothing before stumbling across it here; ordered the entire CAKE catalogue after making initial - and pleasantly astounded - discovery last week; and have the Flaming Lips early release box pending.

On a related note, I couldn't resist a ticket to kids-of-Cream (well, two-thirds) in Louisville come November...Baker & Bruce's sons; quite remarkable that each picked up the instruments of their legendary fathers and carved out sustained, respected careers.

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There ya go Robb

Being that you are familiar with the last two shows, I recommend listening in chronological order.

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1419 left!

I've been eyeing this beautiful box for nearly a year, finally pulled the trigger before they all dried up. My summer listening party is expected to arrive this Friday...can't wait!

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Memphis - Delta

Kate,
While in Memphis I might suggest visiting Sun Studios, the Stax Museum and Civil Rights Museum...all exceptional. For dinner, catfish at Blues City Café on Beale Street and maybe a band at B.B. Kings across the street for desert. If you are going to Clarksdale for some Delta Blues you might want to look up the Shack Up Inn at the Hopson Plantation. Great blues themed accommodations, located just on the outskirts of Clarksdale. Maybe catch dinner and a band at the Ground Zero Blues Club. My wife and I did a similar trip back in 2006 and had an amazing time. Best wishes for exciting and safe travels.
Charlie

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#8 Exquisite

Sadly, the Caps never performed with this degree of success when I was on loan to DC from New Haven during my law school internships. Still...my joy now exercises long-arm jurisdiction! Rather like the Summer & Fall '91 tours when Heads must have asked themselves, "Could this really be happening?". Of course, I was in first grade, so the question was a matter of rhetorical - and highly irrelevant - inquisition to my existence at the time.

Go Caps.
#8

I still miss The Eleven.

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Fall Phish

I was in the early draw and received email notice of assigned tickets on 5/30. Hampton, Nashville, and Vegas comprise an intriguing triptik. Quite excited about Nashville, as I've never been; plus, I plan to couple that excursion with my initial visit to Memphis - from which I anticipate a long desired day trip to the Delta Blues Museum in Clarksdale/MS! Any recommendations regarding favoured eateries or must-see stuff anywhere along the way appreciated...

V, hope your bid for tix went well today.

Go Caps.
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6/74 Box??

6/74 Box??? How cool!!! Our David might keep busy in the months of anticipation until its arrival!!

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The Secret Life and Professional Obligations of DD

Anti-dentite conspiracy theories aside, it's authoritatively rumoured that Slippery Rock is experiencing a rare and somewhat confusing aural-oral epidemic of unprecedented scope as deadheads grind their enamel to sand in anxious anticipation of the pending June '74 box coronation.

https://www.ehealthscores.com/providers/izd-lllpqpllpt/DAVID-DURYEA.html

There's little left to excite the imagination at this point, but the Everest of apexes in a 30-year history that reads like an active EKG is surely one.

Q: How do you like yer Dead?
A: Jai Alai like it jazzy, seastoned, and infested with electronic spiders!

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Wow!! Thanks for the

Wow!! Thanks for the update!! Wish him well and hope he has time for this stuff again soon!!

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I have it on good authority...

http://www.navy.mil/navydata/bios/bio.asp?bioID=596

that Duryea has been called out of retirement.

There's a war going on. He's got no time for this shit now.

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Mmmmmmm.......

Toasted spam

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no worries

it is now toast. Or toasted spam. Or something.

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Don’t click on wallpaper expert’s link

It’s spam

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We need an update from David

We need an update from David Duryea.

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Good call canisay

That Box rocks.

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Finally

Pulled the trigger on this one. Been on the verge for weeks but couldn't justify it. Just saw Phil at Red Rocks so that pushed me over the edge.

I figure the 89 mini box will be easier to fit in to the budget if it starts to get dangerously low and I didn't want to miss this one. Planning to jump on something like a Summer 73 box if that materializes in the near future...

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Stones 1968-1973-Kate C

I also like the live albums form this era-especially Brussels Affair from 1973, the one from the American tour 1972, the Roundhouse London on the bonus disc of Sticky Fingers from 1971 and of course Get Yer Ya Ya's Out. The only real clunker is Hyde Park 1969, which is as bad as the others are good

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Limited editions

I think they are a bit irritating. They surely attract people who are more into collecting than they are into listening to music. Also, there is the fact that people are just going to buy cds or records as investments, or to rip people off who are genuinely interested by snaffling them up as soon as they are released, only to sell on at inflated prices when they are no longer available through legitimate channels.

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Rhino, EVERYTHING does not need to be limited edition...

I ordered my July '78 box last week and can't wait for it to arrive! Here I am ordering it two years after it's release and much to my delight, there are still copies available. Isn't this how music should be anyway? I read the posts on these forums and see that new fans are turned onto the Dead all the time. Then, their dismay when they find that so many fantastic shows are out of reach. Why? Because Rhino thinks virtually every release should be limited then gone forever. Sorry but, in my opinion, that's not how music and band legacies get handed down and preserved. Just my opinion here. Honestly, I love the idea of being able to purchase a release from ANY band as my tastes drive me toward them. Personally I don't care if a show I purchase has a number assigned to it or not. The music is what matters. If Rhino came to understand this with a bit more clarity, you'd see less releases in the hands of ebay-ers and more at the ears of fans.

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Jan 10 1st sitting of "Vurige Chamber" in Paris
Feb 2 Edward Seymour, Duke of Somerset, freed
Feb 7 Giovanni Maria del Monte elected Pope Julius III
Mar 24 France & England sign Peace of Boulogne
Apr 2 Jewish physician Joseph Hacohen expelled from city of Genoa, all Jews soon after
Apr 28 Powers of Dutch inquisition extends
Apr 29 Emperor Charles V gives inquisiters additional authority
Jul 7 Traditional date Chocolate thought to have been introduced to Europe
Sep 5 William Cecil appoints himself English minister of foreign affairs
Oct 5 Foundation of the city of Concepción, Chile.
Nov 14 Pope Julius III proclaims new seat on Council of Trente

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Still not sold out, inconceivable

We’re approaching the 2 year anniversary since the release date.

Listened to the St. Paul show recently, very nice.

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Mar 11 Geuzen army leaves Walcheren to return to Oosterweel
Mar 13 Battle at Oosterweel: Spanish troops destroy Geuzenleger
Apr 11 Dutch prince William of Orange flees from Antwerp to Breda
Jun 15 Battle at Carberry, Scotland: Protestant troops beat Earl Bothwell's army
Jun 15 Republic of Genoa expels Jews from its whole territory
Jun 16 Mary, Queen of Scots, imprisoned in Lochleven Castle prison, Scotland
Jun 20 Jews are expelled from Brazil by order of regent Don Henrique
Jul 24 Mary Queen of Scots is forced to abdicate; her 1-year-old son becomes King James VI of Scots
Jul 25 Don Diego de Losada founds the city of Santiago de Leon de Caracas, modern-day Caracas, the capital city of Venezuela
Jul 29 James VI is crowned King of Scots at Stirling
Aug 8 Duke of Alva's army enters Brussels, Belgium
Sep 9 Lomaraal van Egmond & Philip van Hoorne captured
Sep 29 War of Religion breaks out in France - Huguenots try to kidnap King Charles IX
Sep 29 At a dinner, the Duke of Alba arrests the Count of Egmont and the Count of Hoorn for treason
Oct 6 Duke of Alva becomes land guardian of Netherlands
Nov 10 Battle at St-Denis: French government army vs Huguenots

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So, today

I took my boys skiing for spring break... a HS Grad present for son & friend...
Listened to the Red Rocks show..7/8/78 on the flight to EAGLE Airprt and caught, for the first time ever, I heard (Phil?) Shhhh somebody at the 4:20 min of Warft Rat!! LOL... I replayed it so many times laughing to myself.... funny CO moment! GREAT Show! Enjoy the weekend, iGrateful

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So, today

I took my boys skiing for spring break... a HS Grad present for son & friend...
Listened to the Red Rocks show..7/8/78 on the flight to EAGLE Airprt and caught, for the first time ever, I heard (Phil?) Shhhh somebody at the 4:20 min of Warft Rat!! LOL... I replayed it so many times laughing to myself.... funny CO moment! GREAT Show! Enjoy the weekend, iGrateful

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So, today

I took my boys skiing for spring break... a HS Grad present for son & friend...
Listened to the Red Rocks show..7/8/78 on the flight to EAGLE Airprt and caught, for the first time ever, I heard (Phil?) Shhhh somebody at the 4:20 min of Warft Rat!! LOL... I replayed it so many times laughing to myself.... funny CO moment! GREAT Show! Enjoy the weekend, iGrateful

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So, today

I took my boys skiing for spring break... a HS Grad present for son & friend...
Listened to the Red Rocks show..7/8/78 on the flight to EAGLE Airprt and caught, for the first time ever, I heard (Phil?) Shhhh somebody at the 4:20 min of Warft Rat!! LOL... I replayed it so many times laughing to myself.... funny CO moment! GREAT Show! Enjoy the weekend, iGrateful

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So, today

I took my boys skiing for spring break... a HS Grad present for son & friend...
Listened to the Red Rocks show..7/8/78 on the flight to EAGLE Airprt and caught, for the first time ever, I heard (Phil?) Shhhh somebody at the 4:20 min of Warft Rat!! LOL... I replayed it so many times laughing to myself.... funny CO moment! GREAT Show! Enjoy the weekend, iGrateful

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So, today

I took my boys skiing for spring break... a HS Grad present for son & friend...
Listened to the Red Rocks show..7/8/78 on the flight to EAGLE Airprt and caught, for the first time ever, I heard (Phil?) Shhhh somebody at the 4:20 min of Warft Rat!! LOL... I replayed it so many times laughing to myself.... funny CO moment! GREAT Show! Enjoy the weekend, iGrateful

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So, today

I took my boys skiing for spring break... a HS Grad present for son & friend...
Listened to the Red Rocks show..7/8/78 on the flight to EAGLE Airprt and caught, for the first time ever, I heard (Phil?) Shhhh somebody at the 4:20 min of Warft Rat!! LOL... I replayed it so many times laughing to myself.... funny CO moment! GREAT Show! Enjoy the weekend, iGrateful

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So, today

I took my boys skiing for spring break... a HS Grad present for son & friend...
Listened to the Red Rocks show..7/8/78 on the flight to EAGLE Airprt and caught, for the first time ever, I heard (Phil?) Shhhh somebody at the 4:20 min of Warft Rat!! LOL... I replayed it so many times laughing to myself.... funny CO moment! GREAT Show! Enjoy the weekend, iGrateful

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So, today

I took my boys skiing for spring break... a HS Grad present for son & friend...
Listened to the Red Rocks show..7/8/78 on the flight to EAGLE Airprt and caught, for the first time ever, I heard (Phil?) Shhhh somebody at the 4:20 min of Warft Rat!! LOL... I replayed it so many times laughing to myself.... funny CO moment! GREAT Show! Enjoy the weekend, iGrateful

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