Grateful Dead

July 1978: The Complete Recordings


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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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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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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.
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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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Toasted spam

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no worries

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

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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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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
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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Feb 21 Groningen, Netherlands, begins using Gregorian calendar
Mar 18 Dutch States General & Anjou sign treaty
Jun 17 Brabant: Duke of Parma beats French mercenaries
Jun 18 Richard Martin of London takes out first life insurance policy, on William Gibbons; premium was £383
Jun 28 Duke Frans de Valois returns to France
Jul 17 Spanish and Walloon troops conquer Dunkerk
Aug 5 Humphrey Gilbert claims Newfoundland for the British crown - first English colony in North America and the beginning of the British Empire
Nov 15 Gelders Earl Willem of the Bergh flees
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Mar 23 English Separatist Puritans John Greenwood and Henry Barrowe tried and sentenced to death on the charge of devising and circulating seditious books
Mar 25 Recantation of Loos, Dutch scholar Coinelius Loos recants his earlier written protest against witchcraft persecution in Trier, Germany before officials in Brussels
May 18 Playwright Thomas Kyd's accusations of heresy lead to an arrest warrant for Christopher Marlowe
Jun 22 Battle of Sisak: Allied Christian troops defeat the Turks
Jun 28 Earl Mauritius conquers Geertruidenberg
Jul 25 France's Protestant King Henry IV converts to Roman Catholic faith
Oct 24 Alleged teleportation of Spanish soldier Gil Perez from the Philippines to Mexico
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Feb 21 Boris Godunov crowned Tsar of Russia
Mar 20 Governor of Brittany, Philippe Emmanuel the Duke of Mercœur submits to French King Henry IV at Angers
Mar 25 Cornelis de Houtman's fleet departs for East-Indies
Apr 13 Edict of Nantes grants political rights to French Huguenots
Apr 30 1st theater performance in America (Spanish comedy-Rio Grande)
May 1 Jacob van Neck's merchant fleet departs for Java
May 2 France & Spain sign Peace of Vervins
May 6 Archduke Albrecht & Isabella become rulers of the Southern Netherlands
Jun 30 King Philip II moves to Escorial palace
Jul 10 Spanish theater plays "Moros y Los Cristianos" in Rio Grande
Aug 4 London's head office of Hanze closed
Aug 21 -22] Deed of Transfers proclaims Netherlands independence
Sep 1 Spanish king Philip II receives sacraments
Sep 17 Dutch sailors discover island of Mauritius
Sep 22 Playwright and poet Ben Jonson is indicted for manslaughter as the result of a duel.
Oct 15 Spanish general strategist Bernardino de Mendoza occupies fort Rhine
Nov 8 Spanish troops under Bernardino de Mendoza conquer Doetinchem
Nov 25 Jacob Cornelius van Neck's merchant fleet reaches Bantam West-Java on second Dutch expedition to Indonesia
Dec 16 Seven Year War: Battle of Noryang Point - in the final battle of the war Korean navy decisively defeats the Japanese
Dec 21 Battle of Curalaba: the Mapuche people led by Pelentaru revolt and inflict a major defeat on Spanish troops in southern Chile

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LE/OOP BOX SETS

THERE CAN'T BE MANY 'VAULT' SETS, REMAINING! THAT IS A MUST, AS WELL!

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RE: Perfect

Wow, if I only lived in Dayton, OH...and didn't just get a new roof last fall.

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I bought this set the day it was released and it blows my mind that it's still available. These are shows I always throw on when I can't figure out what to listen to.

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Oct 28 Robert Dowland appointed court luitist of King James I
Nov 1 (22 October O.S.) Time of Troubles in Russia: Moscow, Kitai-gorod, is captured by Russian troops under command of Dmitry Pozharsky
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Late Night

If they wanna burn off the last 1,500 or whatever copies, they need to run a late-night TV commercial, something cheese like "Freedom Rock," kind of deal.

Should be easy, just take a look at what late night shit is playing that a Dead audience would likely be into. Sets gone in no time... and this box is a treasure.

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Jan 12 Brazilian city Belem (the entrance gate to the Amazon) founded by Captain Major Francisco Branco
Jan 24 Dutch mariner Jacob Le Maire discovers Le Maire Strait, Tierra del Fuego
Feb 26 Roman Inquisition delivers injunction to Galileo demanding he abandon his belief in heliocentrism
Mar 5 Astronomical work 'de Revolutionibus' by Nicolaus Copernicus placed on Catholic Forbidden index
Mar 20 Walter Raleigh released from Tower of London to seek gold in Guyana
Apr 23 Netherlands buys De Briel/Vlissingen/Fort Rammekens from England
Apr 30 King James I of England leaves Brielle
May 3 Treaty of Loudun ends French civil war
Jul 11 Samuel de Champlain returns to Quebec.
Sep 15 First non-aristocratic, free public school in Europe is opened in Frascati, Italy
Oct 25 Dutch East India Company ship "The Eendracht" discovers Dirk-Hartog Island, Australia
Nov 20 Bishop Richelieu becomes French minister of Foreign affairs/War

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Feb 20 Trial against Johan van Oldenbarnevelt begins in The Hague for alleged crimes against the federal government
Mar 12 Dutch settlement on Java changes name to Batavia
Apr 19 Theatrum Anatomicum opens in Amsterdam
May 18 Hugo the Great sentenced to life in prison
Jun 2 England and the Netherlands sign treaty about trading in the Indies
Jun 10 Thirty Years' War: Battle of Záblatí, a turning point in the Bohemian Revolt
Jun 24 Tsar Michail's father Filaret becomes patriarch of Moscow
Jul 20 Gerardus Vossius resigns as Dutch regent States college leader
Jul 30 House of Burgesses Virginia forms, 1st elective American governing body
Aug 8 Duke Maximilian I & Emperor Ferdinand II signs Treaty of Munchen

Aug 20 1st known African Americans in English North America (approx. 20) land at Point Comfort (Fort Monroe), Virginia. They are then sold or traded into servitude.

Aug 27 Frederik van Palts chosen as King of Bohemia
Aug 28 Ferdinand II elected Holy Roman Emperor
Sep 15 Prince Bethlen Gabor's troops occupy Pozsony (Pressburg) Hungary
Sep 30 Remonstrant Society forms in Antwerp
Nov 4 Frederick V crowned king of Bohemia
Nov 10 René Descartes has the dream that inspires his "Meditations on First Philosophy"

Dec 4 38 colonists from Berkeley Parish, England disembark in Virginia and give thanks to God. Considered by many the first Thanksgiving in the Americas.

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Jan 13 Jan Pieterszoon Coen's fleet sets sail to Moluccas (from Jacarta)
Feb 9 Alexander Ludovisi is elected Pope Gregory XV (-1623)
Feb 17 Myles Standish is elected as the first commander of the Plymouth Colony
Mar 4 Jacarta, Java, renamed Batavia
Mar 7 John Pieterszoon Coen's troops land on Lontor, East Indies
Mar 16 Native American chief visits colony of Plymouth, Massachusetts
Mar 22 Hugo de Grote escapes in bookcase from Loevenstein castle, Neth
Apr 5 Mayflower sails from Plymouth on a return trip to England
Apr 9 Spain & Netherlands 12 Year Resistant Pact ends
Apr 15 Hugo the Great arrives in France
May 3 Francis Bacon accused of bribery
May 24 The Protestant Union is formally dissolved
May 31 Sir Francis Bacon imprisoned in the Tower of London for 1 night
Jun 3 Dutch West India Company (WIC) receives charter for The West Indies (The Americas, Caribbean and West Africa)
Jun 25 French government army occupies Fort St Jean d'Angély at La Rochelle
Jul 6 Dutch governor general John Pieterszoon Coen takes Banda islands, 15,000 die
Sep 15 Swedish troops occupy Riga
Sep 21 King James I of England gives Sir Alexander Sterling royal charter for colonisation of Nova Scotia
Sep 28 Battle at Chocim Dniester: King Sigismund III Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth defeats an invading Ottoman Imperial army
Oct 9 Turkey & Poland signs Peace of Chotin
Oct 25 Governor Bradford head of the colony of American Plymouth disallows sport on Christmas Day
Nov 19 Rabbi Isaiah ben Abraham aha-Levi Horowitz arrives in Israel
Dec 13 Emperor Ferdinand II delegates 1st anti-Reformation decree
Dec 18 English parliament accept unanimously, Protestation
Dec 25 Governor William Bradford of Plymouth Colony (now in Massachusetts) forbids game playing on Christmas
Dec 30 English king James I cracks Protestation of Parliament
Dec 31 Hungarian King Bethlen Gabor/Ferdinand II sign Treaty of Mikulov

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