Grateful Dead

RFK Stadium 1989 Box


The Grateful Dead battled the elements in July 1989, enduring drenching rains and stifling humidity during back-to-back shows at Robert F. Kennedy Stadium in the nation’s capital. In spite of the bleak weather, the band thrilled the massive crowds both nights with triumphant performances that rank among the very best of a busy year that included 74 shows and the release of the group’s final studio album, BUILT TO LAST.

ROBERT F. KENNEDY STADIUM, WASHINGTON, D.C., JULY 12 & 13, 1989 includes two previously unreleased concerts taken from the band’s master 24-track analog recordings, which have been mixed by Jeffrey Norman at TRI Studios and mastered in HDCD by David Glasser. The collection’s colorful slip case features original artwork by Justin Helton and a perfect-bound book with in-depth liner notes written by Dean Budnick, editor-in-chief of Relix magazine. The set will also be available as a digital download in Apple Lossless and FLAC 192/24.

When Jerry Garcia, Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann, Phil Lesh, Brent Mydland, and Bob Weir rolled into D.C. in July 1989 for the Dead’s two-night stand at RFK, the band hit the stage running with a stellar rendition of “Touch Of Grey,” the group’s biggest hit from its only Top 10 album In The Dark, which was released in 1987. The following night, the band returned to its double-platinum commercial breakthrough when it opened the show with a fiery version of “Hell In A Bucket.”

“RFK Stadium '89 fell right in the middle of one of the best tours of the last 15 years of Grateful Dead performances, with these shows being the sixth and seventh of an 11-show tour. This tour is widely considered the start of a nine month period of sustained excellence, which ran from Summer '89 through Spring '90. The RFK shows are as good as any of the more famous shows from this period, including July 4 in Buffalo, July 7 in Philadelphia, and the Alpine run,” says David Lemieux, Grateful Dead archivist and the set’s producer. “When Bob Weir has asked me to provide copies of Grateful Dead songs to give to his bandmates to learn and rehearse, he almost always requests Summer '89, and I've often drawn upon the RFK shows for this purpose. It's really that good!”

Both shows feature standout moments, but the July 12 show is notable for a few reasons. Perhaps the biggest is that the first set featured at least one song sung by each of the band’s four lead singers – Garcia, Weir, Lesh and Mydland – something that rarely happened. Another surprise came when the band opened the second set with “Sugaree,” a song that almost always appeared during the first set.

Pianist Bruce Hornsby — who briefly joined the band between 1990 and 1992 — is featured on both shows. He played accordion during “Sugaree” and “Man Smart (Woman Smarter),” with a touch of keyboard-tinkling, on July 12, and then played more accordion the following night for “Tennessee Jed” and “Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again.”

For fans of Mydland’s tenure with the Dead – which began in 1979 and ended in 1990 with the keyboardist’s tragic death – these stellar shows capture that incarnation in peak form. Among the long list of highlights are performances of live staples such as “Eyes Of The World,” “Wharf Rat” and “I Need A Miracle,” along with rarities like “To Lay Me Down,” which was played only a few times in 1989. The July 13 show also features the band road-testing “I Will Take You Home,” a track Mydland wrote with Dead lyricist John Perry Barlow that would appear later that fall on Built To Last.

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Release Date: 11/10/17
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Seaside Chat: RFK Stadium

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R.F.K. Stadium, Washington, D.C. (7/12/89)

1. Touch Of Grey
2. New Minglewood Blues
3. Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo
4. Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues
5. Far From Me
6. Cassidy
7. Friend Of The Devil
8. Promised Land
9. Sugaree>
10. Man Smart, Woman Smarter
11. Ship Of Fools>
12. Estimated Prophet>
13. Eyes Of The World>
14. Drums>
15. I Need A Miracle>
16. Dear Mr. Fantasy>
17. Black Peter>
18. Turn On Your Lovelight>
19. Black Muddy River

R.F.K. Stadium, Washington, D.C. (7/13/89)

1. Hell In A Bucket
2. Cold Rain And Snow
3. Little Red Rooster
4. Tennessee Jed
5. Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again
6. To Lay Me Down
7. Let It Grow
8. He's Gone
9. Looks Like Rain
10. Terrapin Station
11. Drums
12. Space
13. I Will Take You Home
14. The Other One
15. Wharf Rat
16. Throwing Stones
17. Good Lovin'
18. U.S. Blues

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Daverock

Actually Live at Roseland is a 60 minute set of them opening for Blues Traveler on 12/31/95 ( some other band did some other well known show in the same city that day but in a bigger arena). In all honesty it is an absolute smoker, a must-have. Also I think still available on their website is the Georgia bootleg box series which is a set of 3 early Allen Woody era shows. Personally I also think their new album smokes and caught them at summerstage back in May - they are on fire right now.

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Lots and Lots of Info on Dave's Pick 21: April 2, 1973 Boston

http://gratefulseconds.blogspot.com/2017/08/grateful-dead-heat-up-boston...

Great town for Dead coverager include Jerry's bust for "Dangerous Drugs"

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Crazy Fingers not too mellow....

.....just exactly perfect.

You can't go wrong with a Crazy>Playing>Terrapin

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Look like Heaven called up another Jerry....

....RIP Jerry Lewis. You made me laugh, and that ain't bad....

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Daverock

Wait till you hit Cortez the killer and Afro blue...tasty. That live album you mentioned was I believe live from the deep end. That was coming off a two separate tribute albums when woody passed. They recorded with a different bass player that woody had admired on each track

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Underplayed songs

The Eleven- I know Jerry had reservations about the song but MAN.

St. Stephen- Why did they tuck this tune away? I think it resurfaced a few times in 83 before it was put to rest for good. Just think what a late 80's/early 90's St. Stephen would have done to the crowd.

Casey Jones- Such a nice first set closer or encore, would have liked to seen it played more during thier peak later years.

Lastly......... Me and My Uncle of course

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chumdead and deadtony

Thanks for the tips about Govt Mule releases. I nearly got the 'Live at Roseland' , but plunped for With a Little Help with it being a double. The second and third albums are going two for the price of one on Amazon-and an inexpensive one at that, so that may well end up in my house next week.

There is another live set that is very inexpensive-its name escapes me- which includes 3cds and a dvd-although reading between the lines, it looks as though it could be a bit uneven, quality wise.

The one I've got, With A little Help From Our Friends is great. I was very impressed with the tight blues funk on the first cd-and that cover of War Pigs takes no prisoners. I haven't listened to the second set in its entirety yet-but it seems as though they stretch out a bit more on this one. A good tough sounding band. Great guitar sound.

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Crazy Fingers Live

7-13-76 from the Orpheum, for anyone who loves that song, or wants to. Really good sound available on it as part of 30 Days of Dead 2015. I've played this performance of this song more than almost any other single live song (Help/Slip/Frank on One from the Vault only one more)

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underplayed

Considering they were three of the best songs written...by anybody, anywhere, anytime I would say both Box of Rain and Ripple were underplayed. The thing was , when they did play them, they were never as good as the recorded versions. Attics of My Life, and Crazy Fingers the same. Some songs lent themselves to live performance, and some didn't. They didn't play Let Me Sing Your Blues Away live much either. But that was because it was a bit crap.

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Minas, Minas, Minas....

....you let me down man....

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Here Comes Sunshine

This song came back with the Vince era band and was a great set opener for many shows from the 1990s.

Grateful Dead Live at Boston Garden on 1993-09-30
Set 1
Here Comes Sunshine
Spoonful
Candyman
El Paso
Broken Arrow
Stagger Lee
Easy Answers ->
Don't Ease Me In

Set 2
Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds
Wave To The Wind ->
Crazy Fingers ->
Estimated Prophet ->
He's Gone ->
Drums ->
Space ->
The Other One ->
Wharf Rat ->
Not Fade Away

Encore
Brokedown Palace

https://archive.org/details/gd1993-09-30.sbd.miller.79116.flac16

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underplayed

I would throw in Here Comes Sunshine. Everybody loves it. It's a killer song with a killer jam section. It's puzzling that they threw away such a great song, and odd that the last time they played it was at the first show of the 1974 tour. It seems like there is a story behind it. But then again, they stopped playing a lot of great songs. Its a Man's World is up there with Mason's Children for me. Crazy Fingers is another, but I can see how it may have been a little too mellow.

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Vguy

That's a nice list ~ most of those are in the 2-5 club. Pretty exclusive. Clementine and King Solomon's Marbles...sigh. Mason's Children is another favorite of that ilk, though its little run still saw a lot more performances than any of those. Kinda like Mountains of the Moon.

I actually caught one of the Gentlemen Starts, and I loved it ~ it was really raunchy and they were up for it; Jerry certainly was. That one (oddly, I've never heard the other one) has this dark spacey guitar burst right in the middle that comes out of nowhere. And the classic grind to a halt ending when they hadn't played a song enough ; ) Though a spirited grinding to a halt ; )

I think others have mused, too, If I Had the World to Give would've made a great early 90's breakout.

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If I Had The World To Give....

....is probably at the top of my list for most under-utilized song they ever played. Right up there with Clementine, Built To Last, King Solomon's Marbles and Gentlemen Start Your Engines....

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magic number

Hmm....I certainly value my summer '78 box. And I know lots of you, including my buddy Jim, feel it's pure gold. It rocks, no doubt about that.

But I wouldn't recommend it out of the gate to a brand new explorer. There's some really exciting music, and some pretty sloppy stuff, too. Listening to Omaha's disc 1 again recently (first set+), I'm kinda baffled Dave's liner notes praise this show in particular as "exhibiting none of the occasional playful sloppiness that could creep into 1978" ~ when I find it to be a quintessential example. A lot of Jerry's vocals are...less than strong. St. Paul exhibits this "playful sloppiness" too but I admit that Jerry's steering Mexicali towards the ditch is a super-fun moment, with Bob calling him out into the mike.

It's Arrowhead and the two Red Rocks shows that really sell the box for me. Yes, you can get 7/8 stand-alone, but 7/1 and 7/7 are true gems in their own right. Dave's gush about 7/1's second set run is NOT hyperbole. And 7/7 falls prey only to the attention given 7/8...sublime two-night stand.

But given a choice ~ not that we have to choose ~ Get Shown the Light is in another league of mastery, to my vibration, and has seen a lot more play thus far. I do pledge to listen to those middle shows again, though.

*quick plug for RT/From Egypt With Love, while we're on '78. That Mojo Working > Other One run smokes. (Bonus disc, of course, allows you to reassemble that whole 2nd set...lovely Estimated. And bask in the beauty of World to Give.)

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Daverock

Try "Live at the Roseland Ballroom" it was the original Mule at their finest.Enjoy

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Allmans

The SUNY Blue Sky is worth the price of the album and makes up for the sound quality. Just Glorious.
I consider the studio release of Blue Sky to be the perfect song. I wouldn't change even one note.
I've been working in the shop building some furniture this weekend, wife and kids are out of town. Mostly been playing Flying Burrito Brothers so far, but after checking in with this thread on my lunch break I guess I'm switching to the Allmans. Thanks all!
(If anyone is interested in some Allman trades PM me)

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Daverock

You can't go wrong with some mule! LWALHFOF is agreat album to jump off from with the original lineup with Allen Woody. There is also some great players as well on there, Marc Ford from the Black Crowes, Derek Trucks, Chuck Leavell, Jimmy Herring etc. I would also recommend Dose, and Life before Insanity, there second and third albums respectively. After Woody died I stopped following them as much, just wasn't the same

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Govt Mule

Another band I am about to start listening to, who are often mentioned on this site, is Govt Mule. They are playing London in October, supported by Kenny Wayne Shepherd, which looks like it could be a good night. So I downloaded a copy of an album called With A Little Help From Our Friends, to get a feel for their music. All their albums seem highly rated on Amazon-but this one, being a live double, seemed quite an attractive place to start. And maybe finish..I don't know yet!

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Allmans Live

Seems there's a lot out there. I bought a copy of the A&R Studios 26/8/71 a few years ago. I would say the one I have is basically a bootleg-although you can get it on Amazon and the few remaining record shops that sell music like this.

I wonder if this band approved version is much improved from the one I have. Morally I should get it, I suppose!

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Allman Bros.

The allmans also had a Dick's picks like series that ran for five volumes, not sure why they stopped issuing them, Sound is up and down per release, but definitely worth picking up. There is a show from 73 at nassau coliseum which is really good

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Allmans Live

Last year's official cleaned up release of the A & R Studios 1971 show, recorded live with a small audience, is excellent and sounds great.

The Sound on Live at SUNY starts badly and improves somewhat, but is worth perservering with for Duane's astonishing joyful solo on Blue Sky (and Berry Oakley's bass too).

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Butch - PM sent

I sent a PM :)

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Magic number:

as of right now there are 1978 copies of the Summer 78 box set left

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Bear and The Allmans-Thin

There was a recording that came out about 20 years of a Bear recording of The Allmans. Its from the February 1970 run they played at The Fillmore with The Dead. What a box set that would make-all the sets by both bands! I am listening to it now-the opening track, Elizabeth Reed features a great jam-and the sound quality isn't too shabby either. Its not SACD or blu ray standard-but its okay. Way better than Ludlow Garage.

Love were also apparently on the bill, although you don't hear much about their sets. It was a different band from the one that made the truly classic Forever Changes, but it would be good if some of their music could be included in this fantasy release too.

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ABB 1971 Fillmore

There is a blu ray audio release of the ABB Fillmore East, currently available for about $55. It is stunning, the audio is uncanny clear. There are two mixes, LPCM stereo at 24/96 kHz, and a 5.1 mix that is dts-HD (also 24/96). The stereo mix is similar to the original LPs, but much better.The 5.1 mix was intended to recreate the sound as you would hear it from the center orchestra at the Fillmore, and it is fairly successful.

Someone posted a comment saying that the differences between the shows is subtle and the full series is not worthwhile. I thoroughly disagree, that is like saying we should stick with Live Dead and not bother with the full run FW 1969.

There are a couple of other worthwhile releases of this material, a dts 4.0 of Live at the Fillmore, which is a remaster of the original quad release, and is excellent and interesting (and long out of print), and an SACD of Eat a Peach, which is based on the original quad issue, and is similarly interesting and enjoyable, also out of print but I believe available.

The ABB 1971 Fillmore set is a masterpiece, and without doubt the place to start with the ABB. if you have the right equipment for playback, the blu ray is best.

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ABB live

This release is from a multitrack recording and sounds great:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/The-Allman-Brothers-Live-Atlanta-Intnl-Pop-Festi...

I don't have the ludlow garage release but I think it may be multitrack too.

This archival release from 9-19-71 is absolutely fantastic but it does suffer from sound quality issues; especially the first 4-5 tracks. The sound improves for the meat of the show. 11+ minute blue sky and 20 minute Liz reed and dreams! Get this one:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/The-Allman-Brothers-Band-S-U-N-Y-at-Stonybrook-C...

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Butch - re ABB starting ground

Butch - Early Allmans definitely wasn't recorded well - Doesn't really capture the magic. Proceed to the following as starting point:

Live at the Fillmore East - One of the best Live albums EVER recorded (up there with Little Feat's Waiting for Columbus, BB King's Live at the Regal, and Bob Marley's Live at the Roxy.

Eat a Peach: This album contains some "Fillmore East" Outtakes as well as a few post Duane tunes like "Ain 't Wastin' Time No More" which are amazing.

Sadly, Live at the Fillmore is about the only really great LIVE Duane recording I'm aware of. I've bought a number of other live ABB recordings and been massively disappointed - horrible recordings. This is why we love the Dead: Bear started a tradition/legacy of meticulous live recordings that continued until the late-70's, leaving behind a treasure trove of amazing live recordings. If only the ABB had a Bear....

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Duane

The first 4 ABB albums are the Duane ones and all are worth getting, though sound like they were recorded in the mid1960s, even though they came out in 1970.

The Dreams box is a nice 4 CD introduction to ABB, but only half has Duane playing on it.

Since Gregg died what used to be cheap has gotten pricey and over the years the catalog has been remastered a couple times, so go for the remastered versions of Idlewild South, Fillmore East and Eat a Peach for the best of the Duane era releases.

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Skydog

I own zero Allman Brothers records. What are the top 3 or 4 Duane era CDs you all would recommend. Do they tend to release entire shows or best of live stuff? I checked out the Skydog box, and it's way too expensive for an intro to the band. Sound quality is important to me. Thanks.

Minas, yes that is the house.

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ABB Fillmore Box Set

My problem with it was more that Tom Dowd was absolutely correct about the horns. Juicy Carter is a good saxophonist, but the first night, he and the other horn players don't know Liz Reed at all, and is playing well out of key, the second night isn't much better, when it was just Juicy and Thom Doucette on harmonica. There are good moments. I love hearing You Don't Love Me, even if the sax makes it a little jarring. I don't find the repetitive setlist boring, it's more that the best parts had been released, though the box is worth it for the different Whipping Posts. Mountain Jam was a fairly regular song in the rotation for 2 hour+ shows, so I was shocked that they only played it once in the March shows. I guess because it was an official release, the other Fillmore shows didn't circulate. I have a good sized Duane era tape collection, and I hadn't heard the full shows before the box. The 6/27/71 show was disappointing as filler disc, as it was on that Eat a Peach, and is one of the most circulated tapes. There are other Fillmore East and West shows in the vault that would've made for a better filler disc, 9/23/70 as an example, which circulates in video as well. I didn't realize it started selling for higher after Gregg passed. I got it for 66 on pre-order at Amazon, and saw it dip down to 35 bucks on Amazon late last year.

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one of those things

yesterday driving around seattle. big traffic stoppage under the west seattle bridge. as I approach it, listening to stuck inside of mobile from 7/7/89, i come to and stop on a railroad track as the lyrics "stay away from the railroad line" happen

then multiple times, as I sit there, "is this really the end, to be stuck inside of mobile..."

very cool

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Fillmore East box-Allmans

This box was cheaper before Gregg died. It is the most complete of the Fillmore releases with a nice remaster that is different from the previous releases, Fillmore East, Eat a Peach, The Fillmore Concerts and has the "Final" show from the Fillmore East that was a bonus with the deluxe Eat a Peach release.

The only reason to get the box is to hear the same show played 4 times and some extras on the fourth show that was used on the previous releases. The whole point of the 2 night run was to record the next album, so that's exactly what they played.
Some people like the subtle differences of the alternate tracks instead of the ones you know by heart, but in the end you realize they released the right versions at the time.

The rarity is the 1st show with the unexpected horns and harmonica guests that Tom Dowd convinced them to drop for the other 3 shows.

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1984

A magic number. Why this box hasn't sold out, I will never know. It kicks serious ass.

Lately, 1984 is a reminder for me to play 10/12/84 Augusta Maine from 30 trips. They were possessed that night. Wild and Woolley.

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5434 left

and 1984 Summer 78 boxes left

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Thanks frosted!

It was cookies! Got my order in!
Thanks everyone else too! I'm wicked excited now!

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so good

i posted twice. dang isp...

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ErikandJenn

I have been fortunate to never have had any ordering problems. Do you have a Paypal account? I always choose to pay through Paypal and it always works. Just makes me think that the back end order processing for the Dead's site may still be struggling. Just FYI.

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ErikandJenn

I have been fortunate to never have had any ordering problems. Do you have a Paypal account? I always choose to pay through Paypal and it always works. Just makes me think that the back end order processing for the Dead's site may still be struggling. Just FYI.

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alvarhanso-Fillmore East box-Allmans

Thanks for the aside about the Fillmore East box. I never bought that, as I thought it might be too similar to the double cd set I already have. If the pick of the shows are on the original version, maybe this is one box I can do without.
Skydog looks like promising, though!

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Dennis-Skydog

I ordered my copy from a shop called Spin CDs, in England. On Amazon it cost £170.00, but at Spin it cost £99.99. Still pricey, but it looks like a great set, from what I have read about it. Spin are okay, too-I used to order Dicks Picks from them back in the day. I don't know how much the shipping is to America, though.
Also, it seems that there are two versions-one more luxurious than the other. I don't know which one I've got-but I'm looking forward to it arriving. I'll keep you posted!

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Skydog

As a Duane fanatic, I eagerly snapped up the original limited edition when I chanced upon it at a Guitar Center. It had sold out on Amazon by the time I saw it, and got it for the original retail price of 100 bucks, and it was totally worth it. The mix sounds great on most of the stuff. I confess to still being disappointed in the mix on Loan Me a Dime. I figured if they had an opportunity to remix the master, they could lower the damn horns when he's ripping a 6 minute solo. I've always found that to be a frustrating listen, as he's playing one of his best solos, but your ears are trying their best to pick it out over the excessively loud horns vamping. A lot of the tracks I already had through gathering as many sources of his recordings as possible, but there were 3 brand new demos from the Allman Joys that were great, including Lovelight and What I'd Say. I enjoy this box much more than the Fillmore East box that came out, as Tom Dowd really did select the best parts of the Fillmore shows for the album.

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5-5-77 CD2 replacement

I'm also still waiting..........

Received an email from Dr. Rhino more than a month ago claiming that he was also waiting and would send out my replacement as soon as he got his batch.

At this point just open up some All Music Edition Boxes and send us our replacements....

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Jaydoublu - 5/5/77

I also needed a replacement disc 2 for 5/5/77. I mailed customer service on 26 May explaining that I needed a replacement. Within a couple of hours I got a reply from them including a link to an online form where I could give all the details. I submitted the completed form directly. On 8 July I received another mail from customer service stating the my replacement disc had been shipped. Thereafter the small brown package was delivered to my door.

As you can see, it took a long time between my request for a replacement and when it got shipped. I don't know when you first contacted customer service and what has occurred since then, but I guess you have been waiting a very long time.

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daverock - skydog

I checked this out at amazon,,, wow,,, that's pricey!!! Luckily my local library has it, skydog and both anthologies have been ordered. Thanks for the heads up.

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Can't believe I'm still waiting

I have yet to have my set 2 from 5/5/77 replaced. I was told by Dr. Rhino, they were out of replacement discs.
Not feeling the love....
Any ideas?

Cheers

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Erikandjenn, a checkout suggestion

I've had problems with checkouts at times too.

One thing that sometimes worked is changing my browser settings.

I use Firefox. Normally I have it set to Always use Private Browsing Mode and Never accept 3rd party cookies.

First I try changing Never accept 3rd party cookies to Accept 3rd party cookies from visited, and if that doesn't work, then to Always accept 3rd party cookies.

If none of that works, I turn off Private browsing mode during the order.

Depending on what browser you use, some similar changes to your settings might help it go through, if you're not already set at these less restrictive settings.

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Skydog

Thanks for the speedy response! I don't have either of the anthologies, so I decided to bite the bullet. I am not sure which version I have bought, but as long as it has got all the music, I don't thin k I can lose on this one.

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eclipse

Heard coming in this morning that during the eclipse on Monday 12pm EST till no longer over the US they are playing non-stop Dark Stars on sirius

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Life imitates art

So the wife has a new nickname for me
Red
As in Red Foreman from "That 70's Show". I think it maybe because I use the phrase Dumbass a few hundred times a day. Oh Well
I now am in a Netflix binge on that show to see if she has a point.............she does!!!!!!!

Back to '73 for me.....5 from Sir Dave on the plate

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