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Dave's Picks Volume 25: Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena, Binghamton, NY 11/6/77 - SOLD OUT


"We left with our minds sufficiently blown and still peaking..."

We're headed back to that peak with the newly returned tapes from Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena, Binghamton, 11/6/77. The Grateful Dead's last touring show of 1977 finds them going for broke, taking chances on fan favorites like "Jack Straw," "Friend Of The Devil," and "The Music Never Stopped," carving out righteous grooves on a one-of-kind "Scarlet>Fire" and a tremendous "Truckin'." An ultra high energy show, with a first set that rivals the second? Not unheard of, but definitely rare. Hear for yourself...

DAVE'S PICKS VOLUME 25 features liner notes by Rob Bleetstein, photos by Bob Minkin, and original art by our 2018 Dave's Picks Artist-In-Residence Tim McDonagh. As always, it has been mastered to HDCD specs by Jeffrey Norman and it is limited to 18,000 individually numbered copies*.

*Limited to 2 per order. Very limited quantity available.

Get one before they are gone, gone, gone.

Product Details

3 Disc set
Limited to 18,000 individually numbered copies
Mastered to HDCD specs by Jeffrey Norman
Digipak made of 100% recycled and PCW materials

Vol. 25 Listening Party


"Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo"
"The Music Never Stopped"
"Truckin'"

Track List

Disc 1
   1. Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo [12:22]
   2. Jack Straw    [7:18]
   3. Tennessee Jed [9:24]
4. Mexicali Blues>    [3:19]
5. Me And My Uncle    [3:30]
6. Friend Of The Devil [9:38]
7. New Minglewood Blues  [5:34]
8. Dupree’s Diamond Blues    [6:11]
9. Passenger     [4:43]
10. Dire Wolf     [5:18]
11. The Music Never Stopped  [8:05]
Disc 2
   1. Samson And Delilah [9:10]
2. Sunrise       [4:45]
3. Scarlet Begonias>    [10:46]
4. Fire On The Mountain>    [9:36]
5. Good Lovin’    [7:09]
Disc 3
   1. St. Stephen>   [7:55]
   2. Drums>        [2:48]
3. Not Fade Away> [9:44]
4. Wharf rat>    [11:09]
5. St. Stephen>   [1:04]
6. Truckin’     [11:32]
7. Johnny B. Goode   [5:09]

David Lemieux's Volume 25 Seaside Chat

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Re: Roguedeadguy

Nope..we somehow escaped being immortalized in print.

The whole thing was a lot more fun than I expected.. something about the dead playing in the lawlessness of old Mexico and having what seemed like the whole resort to ourselves made for a unique mix.

I also thought they played exceptionally well and the band seemed to be having a good time themselves..

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@ CaseyJones

Thanks for the shout-out!

As far as Cow Palace, yer gonna LOVE it! Play it somewhere that you can appreciate Phil - he sounds great on this release! Plus, an EPIC Playin' (as Dave mentions in the booklet, its more 74 than 76/77,) a GREAT Scarlet that gets to some really groovy places, a fast Eyes that has Jerry ripping every solo,... and then there's the entire third disc. The show does start out a little slow, like many shows, but the sound quality is so strong that I didn't really mind.

Peace

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11/22/85

Morning Dew

give it a listen
you'll be glad you did

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Playing in the Sand

While Im sure it was a hoot and ill have to wait to hear the music before I form a real opinion, that GQ article makes the whole thing seem pretty lame!

Writer said it was mostly well-financed doctors, lawyers and their trustafarian kids. From the photos it looks like everyones fashion (save a few of the grey heads) is dime a dozen india/china-made chotchies from the sticker wall at the college head shop.

Cue sad trombone and I'll be waiting for the states side freak fest.

Now 1971 Dead shows thats for me, lately it is the Boston Music Hall run 4/7 & 4/8. But oddly enougj that Porchester run has been poping up too.

Just wow on the playing, archive has some very tasty SBDs of these shows too. There is even away to download off archive.org again, but MP3 only, unfortunately can't get them FLACS again yet. PM me if dont know the new magic key!

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Oops double post

Oops double post

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Pics from Mexico

Fascinating, looking at those pictures from the recent festival in Mexico. It all looks great. But it made me think about the difference between listening to the Dead a long way from the action-like here in England-and listening in the States, where such events are more accessible. The photos underlined the difference between listening to a cd, compared to be immersed in the culture.

It made me think that for a lot of people, listening to The Dead is far more than listening to the music. Its about joining in with a particular lifestyle, community and philosophy. I would say that the further away you are form the action, the less likely it is that you do this. Maybe the philosophy, as indicated in certain lyrics, travels well-but the lifestyle doesn't. You cant have a community of one! I guess that is why forums like this are so important, providing a touchstone for people like me, with people like you, who share similar tastes and attitudes. Everybody is the same here-with infinite variety. ( A quote I read somewhere once about something else.)

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Pics from Mexico

Sixtus, Jim: Is this you guys?

https://www.gq.com/story/dead-and-company-grateful-dead-style-mexico-mis...

Man, this looks like about the most fun thing ever. I am now officially quite jealous :)

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Hey guys & gals, New to this

Hey guys & gals,

New to this community but have loved the dead since introduced in the early 90's. I was only a youngster then and unfortunately I never made it to any of the Jerry shows.....but like a few others on this site have commented, my interest has grown greatly over time! Recently, I would say, that interest has blossomed into an obsession with this band that is unshakeable!! Quite frankly....I have a hard time listening to anything else????!!!

Anyways, I don't ever comment, but was laughing out loud reading tonight so felt rude to not chime in.....So why I'm at it here goes my takes, as I listen to DaP22 Felt Forum for the first time:

Thats_Otis.......thanks for the Cow Palace suggestion.....I've been so busy listening to Dicks Picks on Spotify and Dave's that I can get my hands on, that I didn't pay attention to some of the easier to get releases....I purchased Cow Palace tonight along with a lighting bolt ball cap to grace my ugly head and make it look beautiful! Can't wait to listen!

Sixtus.....(Re to "When dead heads took over): Sound's like heaven man.....I bought the 3 day live webcast and was able to suffer through the first night.....I saw everything but it was interrupted.....Nugs sent a recording of the first night the next morning and that was good...of course the rest was cancelled......I have already spoke with the wife, and if they do it again next year, WE ARE THERE! Here's hoping we can toast to that in person!

JimInMD....sounds like you are one lucky dude, taking the wife's place and all in Mexico?....good for you my friend. I enjoy reading your comments almost daily. Thank you for contributing all that you do to this site.....sounds like you guys had a great time in Mexico!

The Era Wars......the fact that we can even argue this, ends the argument. It's a beautiful thing, and if I have to explain, you wouldn't understand!

Dick's Picks Vinyl 8......listening party at my house on Saturday!

The next box set........who cares?.....smile, smile, smile....can't wait!

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Detained

Sixtus is way too smart to get tripped up by customs, for example I just found out yesterday his real name might not be Sixtus and he may or may not be responsible for both the internet and the dismantling of the Berlin Wall.

Unfortunately, the wayback was parked outside Magoo's Pizza parlor just last week and somehow Nikita Khrushchev wound up with it. I doubt if they will ever figure out how it works though.. The controls are set for 2/18/1971. We seem to be safe for now.. but if anyone finds it, toss some mushroom dust into the flux capacitor and get it back to us. The Russians should not wind up with this wonderful, patchouli smelling piece of technology.

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Back to back, chicken shack

Son of a gun,
Sixtus made it through customs.

Any word if Jim was detained? Rumor has it that Trump is trying to get his hands on the way back machine.

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2/21

http://gratefuldeadoftheday.com/02-21-1971

February 21, 1971
Capitol Theater
Port Chester, New York

Another night of the inimitable Capitol Theater run.

http://gratefuldeadoftheday.com/02-21-1973

February 21, 1973
Assembly Hall
Champaign-Urbana, Illinois

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night before 30 TATS

http://gratefuldeadoftheday.com/02-21-1969

This 1969 gem will just blow your sneakers off. Top to bottom it is a pure, unadulterated stunner of a show. And don't miss Phil's NSFW scream at the end of Doin' That Rag!

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12/31/76

:)))

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Florida! you back!!!

:)))

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Sometimes I ask myself "why?"

In this case, why did I wait so long to pick up NYE Cow Palace 76?

Just got it today, spent the afternoon and most of this evening with it. What an AWESOME release! (I am well aware that 98% of you all know this already, hence the heading...)

Anyways, hope all is well with you all! FloridaBob, it may seem pretty boring around these parts, but were you here when JimMD went au-natural, climbed a telephone pole, and grooved to Veneta? (According to locals, he was still smiling when they pulled him down. Reports say he was confused, and couldn't quite explain how his WayBack machine had landed him into a February winter in Western Maryland '18 rather than sunny Oregon 72, or the frostbitten ass...)

Peace

Damn... this is one Snaky Samson!!! (Cow Palace)

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yawn

same ole- same ole

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crowd sourced picks -danc

Good idea, if I understand you right. I would have more faith in a release policy that was sourced from this board, for example, than from whichever group of people is currently responsible. Some of the recent releases have been unfathomable to me. Always interesting...but odd choices.

Most exciting release for a while, for me, is this Dicks Picks 8 on vinyl.

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excellent '79....

Spectrum 11/5 & 11/6 were very good shows and would seem appropriate for release consideration. Regarding release deliberations, of which we know almost nothing, i think the band/Rhino are missing some community opportunity. I've lost about 75% of the interest I once had in their approach (and their picks), but it's never too late and I would be down for some sanctioned crowd-sourced picks.

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@musicnow

That might be my all time favorite Dew, for the reason you stated. Not sure if you're aware - it's on the RT 2.3 Bonus Disc. So hard to choose between that one and the one from the Movie Soundtrack. Both great for different reasons.

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Dew-licious!

Listening to the Morning Dew encore from 6-18-74 Louisville is just beautiful. Keith has some tasty piano about 9 minutes in. It's just a shame it didn't make the RT 2.3 release.

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DW: my first wasn't until 1982

but I did see one woman there in a tie-dye, so that must have been her.

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eyes43

Thanks for the tip off. I think.

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stoltzfus - Englishtown

Did you see my wife there? She was wearing a tie-dye tee.

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first show was...?

Englishtown disc three is top ten of all-time GD.

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To put it another way...

I've spent time over the past 26 years since my last GD show and 46 years since my first one, saying:

"What was thaaat??"

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nice write up re JPB in current Time magazine

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re Englishtown

In my mind, I hear Jack Skellington saying, "What is thiiiis?" pause. "Englishtown?"

derp or no derp, that's what I hear.

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one more thing about 85 GD

11/21/85: solid playing, awesome set list.

if you give this a listen, avoid looking at the set list. like avoiding movie or TV show spoilers.

Brentski's keys sound magnificent to me.

the thing missing in latter day GD is PHIL. His bass used to be so PRESENT. later it became plinky.

oh, Phil, whyyyyyy???

Autumn 85 GD is a really good sandwich, while pre-hiatus GD is an all-you-can-eat pizza buffet. with ranch dressing for dipping.

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Playing in the Sand sounds a bit different than....

say, RFK '73, Watkins Glen or Englishtown.

Glad to hear that festivals have improved a bit on the porto-sans, etc.

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Vinyl #7

Propaganda? If you'd bothered listening to the video from Brookvale the timing for # 7 came just when Rhino and the Dead wer negociating a new contract. It was an up in the air period. And now he doesn't have exclusivity. So he went to 8 one of the arguably more popular shows released.

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DP8 VINYL

I'm tempted, I was lucky enough to get the first five secondhand at a good price from the same seller here in the UK.
Volume 6 was quite pricey with import fees, the price of this latest edition is enough to make me wince, but we all know how great a show this is.
I also tend to watch a music DVD once and then shelve it!

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EUROPE '74

Dick's Picks 7 is not released on vinyl, because of Grateful Dead Records & Rhino objections, according to the Brookvale Record propaganda, speaks volumes of a forthcoming remastered release of DP7, and the full 3 Ally Pally shows, and the rest of the European tour in a lavish box.
I can't help but think, that this is the reason Dave was so excited about the next box set with the subscription video.
Does anyone know the real reason a release in a vinyl series would be omitted unless the tapes/reels have been mislaid?

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When Deadheads Took Over...

Freshly back from Mexico and Playin' in the Sand....all I can say is....WOW.

WOW.

What a unique, memorable, amazing experience. My immediate company was top notch, as JimInMD was sequestered at the last minute to sub-in for my wife Ingrid who was unfortunately unable to attend (all is well with Iggy though!). Jimmy being the best dude ever that he is, was an absolutely exquisite partner in crime. My other buddy Charlie was there with his wife as well; and let's just say, that Senior Charles is one of those truly unique, extremely kind “go get 'em” kind of guys. He had so many party favors and mood enhancers already lined up by the time we got there it was unbelievable. Aside from Charlie needing a potential tether to keep him in sight at various times, the refreshing thing about all of this was that it was nearly impossible to truly lose someone, and even if you did, all you had to do was start walking back to your section of the resort and you would inevitably find them...

Probably one of the coolest, best things about this entire adventure, aside from the music directly, was the mere fact that everywhere you looked - LITERALLY everywhere, you saw Deadheads. You saw tie dye. You smell the sweet, sweet smell of greenery on the breeze. And this place was HUGE. Probably the largest of any such beachy resort I have ever been to – by a factor of 10. Just think about that – and the sea of deadheads….it felt like home. The kindness of the group washed over the entire complex and it truly felt like you were a part of this unique sequestering of a tribe. People were SO kind, the energy was simply amazing all throughout the trip.

As for the music, and I will say to those who may have tried streaming, that it sucks it didn’t work out and what a bummer and I am sorry if you missed it. Bandwidth seemed to be an issue in the end probably with some infrastructure issues. But otherwise, I had my first gander at the actual set lists this morning and holy shit, they really did it. I mean, to simply OPEN THE SHOWS with a 19-minute Playin in the Band, that invariably set the tone right then and there. Zero rust. Post-appendix Mayer is equally as good if not better than appendix-included Mayer. It seemed like he never even put his guitar down during that little break since fall tour. Let's just say that each subsequent evening unfurled with a beauty and uniqueness that I will definitely cherish and remember forever.

The people who put on this event absolutely did it right as well; took care of all of us and then some - I mean, when have you EVER been dancing with the mob 10 rows back and have like fifteen servers working through the crowd with trays full of beer and drinks over their heads, just for the taking??? You didn’t ever have to leave your spot if you didn’t want to. There were even way more than enough portapotties that I never had to wait in line. Ever. And as for the venue itself - literally right there on the beach with the tide-line creating the left flank of the crowd; it was all responding in unison to the casting call of nature and the band, in unison.

All in all, what an experience. It was absolutely worth it and I'd do it again. Apologies to those who wished to stream it but were unable to, or who wished to be there but could not. At least there are already copies of the shows circulating.

Back to reality - it's good to be home. But I’ll be flirting with these past few days’ memories on and off for some time to come….

Sixtus

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Dead on dvd

While I am deciding about the vinyl Dicks Picks 8, I thought I would chip in on the Dead on dvd. It doesn't really do much for me, either, I'm afraid. The only one I really go back to on a regular basis is Sunshine Daydream. I really like the China Cat-Rider on there, and the crazy dancing in the crowd. I thought the other dvds were interesting at first, looking at how they interact visually and seeing something of Bob and Jerry's guitar techniques. But I don't watch them now. The last film clip I watched was on youtube-30th December 1983-Jerry looks so ill it actually makes for uncomfortable watching.

Right-I'm going to go for it!

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Dicks Picks 8-vinyl

What a massive temptation. I don't normally collect music on vinyl, just the odd one here and there, but this looks soooo tempting. Very expensive-and Ill bet the postage to England will be a pretty penny - for music I have already got. But this show was my favourite for decades. I first got this on a bootleg tape in the late 1980s, and it included a set by The New Riders as well. I get the impression the electric set will still be in mono, but with improved sound. It will probably be gone soon....what to do?

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re: eyes43

You've done it now..
:D

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eyes43 you bastard!!

Just had to post about Dick's 8 in vinyl, had to, right! Cost me 150 bucks that damn post and I'm not even set up to play vinyl! But there are only going to be 2,000, HAND NUMBERED, copies! I had to, it's a compulsion.

Thanks for the post, it truly is impossible to keep track of everything that's out there. I may never listen to these bad boys, but maybe they'll go up a chunk and I can rehash for a few bucks. How's the value of 1-6 they've already done? I should have looked before I leapt maybe :-)

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Re: Let It Grow 5/14/78

You're right, KJD1. The entire show is hella sweet. Confident and cool from beginning to end. But the "Let It Grow" blows the door off the hinges. Love when those unexpected explorations happen. Gives me a new appreciation for a song that I wouldn't necessarily listen to on its own.

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91 and dvd's

I'm sure I'm in the minority here, but I could care less about video. Release 91 summer tour box is fine, but include or sell separate cd's of the music. I never watch band video, well almost never. A little Peter Gabriel is fine, he puts on a very visual show. But the Dead? To me they were never a visual band, a blind man would enjoy a show every bit as much, maybe more. (as long as there were no talkers!!, Bastards!)

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Mary Ann vs. Ginger and the Grateful Dead

I chortled my tequila when I read that one.. good analogy.. thin.

St. Sixtus.

Did someone say they were not going to release a full length 68 show as they celebrate the 50th anniversary of Anthem? Sacrilege! We need more 68. Much more 1968. Immediately. If not sooner.

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Live Tedeschi Trucks Band!
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68 show

I'm not as sure we are getting a 68 show included with an Anthem 50th, it maybe a compilation of highlights or even a late 1967 show if we are judging by the last reissue. Hopefully whatever they do choose to use, includes a live or studio version of Clementine. There are recordings on the archive of them going over it quite a bit in the studio, and there's definitely a noticeable evolution of the song in its structure/lyrics/vocals, culminating in the one 1969 performance (at least the one thats available). In my opinion Clementine is one of, if not the best "Lost" GD original along with Wandering Man from 1966, certainly better than Showboat and Revolutionary Hamstring Blues haha.
Was going to say that all we have is an instrumental studio jam of Clementine released so far, but later found that a performance was included in the So Many Roads box, still it would be great to have one released in the context of a show or studio session. They could fill out the rest of 1/20 or 1/27 which were apparently released in part mistakenly as 1/23 on the Road Trips 2/2 bonus/filler.

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3FTV Limited Super Deluxe

A six-show complete 2/71 Capitol Theater Port Chester run box would be a trip. Dave could hire Forensic Doc to do the notes.

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1991 please

A week or so ago, "Thin" suggested the idea of a '91 release.
My wheels (pun intended) have been spinning ever since.
Thin, you further brought up the notion of video.
Let's have that please.
Dig this idea:
1991 summer tour box...
A box of Dvds, sound in 5.1 surround!

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dead of the day - Electric Ripple

http://gratefuldeadoftheday.com/02-20-1971

February 20, 1971
Capitol Theater
Port Chester, New York

This show, the third in the epic six-night run at the Capitol Theater, is a stunner. But it does not quite rise up to the level of the first two nights, though that is an unfair comparison given how exceptional those earlier two were. For the second night in a row we have The Other One> Wharf Rat, giving a good workout to the new tune that was just busted out on the first night at the Cap. There is also a hot electric Ripple, one of only three the band played, and a smoky Lovelight to cap it all off.

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Re release 1-10

Any thought to re release vol 1-10. I lost a few of them to a house fire and can not stomach paying 1500$ for volume 1!

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I know I'm new here...

...But what the heck. I would love either some very early stuff for the next box set (like, 67 or 68) or else something in the 79-82 range (it would be new territory for boxes, no?). Either one would I think sell out in a hurry.

6/10/73 would also be great.

Daverock, icecremkid, Mr DC, others: thank you for the kind welcome.

One thing I forgot to mention in my intro post: SKELETONS. Myself, I love them, but I agree they're somewhat overexposed. My favorite covers are the DP fractals (#13-18). Many of you Heads have been around much longer than I, so I understand & appreciate the bone-weariness (heh).

One more great line that resonates more and more the older I get: "You ain't gonna learn what you don't want to know." Man, I should print that little nugget on business cards to hand out to people on a regular basis...

Peace,
MD

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thanks Dave Duryea!

I like the way you think.

We know we're getting a '68 show, but which one and when? Multi-track, two-track, moldy cassette?

If I can't have a Summer '73 box this year, make it a '69 box!

I will say I like the geographic diversity of shows outside the Bay Area, as the band -- though incandescent sometimes on home turf -- sometimes comes off a bit jaded or lazy. Not a problem, mind you, on FW69 etc.

A rough, quick count of DiPs, DaPs and Road Trips sez 10 official releases from '69, 3 from '70, 8 from '71, 29 from '72 and 12 from '73. I know I'm off, it's a bit dark in my office... But, again, that 6-month gap in '73 is the biggest one I can discover, though I suspect '70 has one as well, but for other reasons, such as lack of tapes.

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Dick’s Picks 8 vinyl!

This limited to 2000 copies, vinyl boxset, is now finally shipping. Use code “relix” for free shipping, can use it for the better of the two shipping options, as well. It is a bit pricey at $139.99, but checkout the video at the bottom of the page...appears a lot of work went into it. These are the guys that did DiP 1-6 on vinyl. They skipped 7 because of some sort of change in the contact they had with Rhino...the details can be found on the website. Heres the link:

http://brookvalerecords.com/pre-order-grateful-dead-dicks-picks-8-right-...

Also, this vinyl version of DiP 8 will contain the “Cold, Rain, and Snow” left off the cd versions!

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Not strange...

Philly Spectrum 11/5 & 11/6 1979 were NOT released as part of the digital downloads series. They are titled "Road Trips Full Show" because they were the first two releases of the "Road Trips Full Show" download-only series. It turned out that they were also the ONLY two releases of the series. They seemed to have failed to sell, possibly due to the well known pitch problems that should have been, but weren't sorted out.

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