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    Dave's Picks Volume 28: Capitol Theatre, Passaic, NJ, 6/17/76

    This year's Dave's Picks series comes to a close just as the band's getting back together again in '76. By the time the Grateful Dead hit New Jersey’s Capitol Theatre - for the very first time - on 6/17/76, they were buzzing from their reunion, armed with new and revived material, the Rhythm Devils reformed with the mischievous Mickey Hart once again behind the kit. They'd skived off the unwieldy Wall of Sound and scaled back the venues from cavernous arenas to intimate theatres. Quite the treat!

    During the first set, the Dead's playing was nuanced ("Cold Rain And Snow"), detailed ("Looks Like Rain"), and intricate ("The Music Never Stopped"); the singing struck softly ("Row Jimmy") and raised hairs ("Ship Of Fools"). But it’s the big barreling energy of the second set you’ll want to brace yourself for, replete with a disco'd "Dancing In The Streets," a low-down funky “Help”>”Slip”>”Franklin's” and a wind 'em up to wind down "Let It Grow">"Wharf Rat">"Around and Around." Can you keep up? There's only one way to find out.

    This complete show, balanced out with a couple of bonus tracks from 6/23/76 and 6/28/76, was recorded by Betty Cantor-Jackson and has been mastered to HDCD specs by Jeffrey Norman.

    Dave's Picks Volume 28 is limited to 18,000 individually-numbered copies*.

    Grab a copy before they're gone, gone, gone.

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

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  • gep82363@yahoo.com
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    DP28 defective disc 3

    I just discovered the skip in let it grow , I hope it’s not too late to get a replacement disc, can you help?

  • gep82363@yahoo.com
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    Defective disc 3 DP28

    Help, I just discovered the let it grow skip on disc 3 and I emailed dr rhino I hope it’s not to late to get a replacement disc.

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    I feel your pain. I was unable to get a copy of DaP 28 that didn't skip on the CD player I had at the time. That was a Sony that was a few years old. It worked flawlessly with all of my other CD's. I recently got a new CD player, a basic Onkyo 6 disc changer, and lo and behold the DaP 28 replacement CD's that skipped on my Sony played without issue on the Onkyo. I don't know what the difference is, or why my Sony only had a problem with DaP 28, but I thought that I would let you know what my experience was with this release. Other than whatever causes the release to skip on some players, it is a stellar show.

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    send me a PM and I'll see what I can do. Also, are the discs skipping on multiple players, or just one, for purposes of troubleshooting this?
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    Skipping On Disc#3

    Hi,
    I have gotten the complete run around on getting a replacement disc for disc #3. I have been sent 6 different copies of it and they all stop or skip on Track #4 (Let It Grow). I was told they finally figured out there was a defect in manufacturing, but I kept getting the same old defective discs. In emailing the situation to Doc at Rhino I have not gotten any replies back from emails sent to him in May, July and August. Either he does not work there anymore or he doesn't care. Customer Service is truly atrocious.

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    Replacement discs

    Mine arrived at the end of last week, and I am pleased and relived that they both-discs 1 and 3 play through perfectly.
    As a consequence of receiving these discs, I listened to the whole show again, for the first time since it initially arrived. And I am well impressed. It rolls along very smoothly indeed-beautiful ensemble playing. True, the high wire jamming from the years up to 1974 has mysteriously disappeared, but its a tuneful and pleasing set. Very nice piano playing.

  • icecrmcnkd
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    Wow Charlie

    I just replied to you on the DaP29 board.
    Thought you were referring to your original replacement.
    So now you have 3 defective copies. That sucks. They need to send you a new complete DaP28.

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    One More Time...

    Got my replacement disc 3 today, no replacement for disc 1. Oh yeah, and the disc 3 replacement skips again. This doesn't happen with any of the other several hundred CD's that I have, including my other dead releases. BOHICA. At this point it is more of a drag to continue dealing with the issue than to write off the possibility of having a skip free version of the release. I guess I appreciate the effort, but it accomplished nothing for my situation.

  • icecrmcnkd
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    DaP28 CD3 replacement received

    No Skips or other noticeable defects.
    Thanks Marye and Rhino for making things right.

  • daverock
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    My faulty discs

    I sent a personal message to Marye at the end of last year to tell her that discs 1 and 3 were faulty in my Daves Picks 28. She said she would send my message on to someone called Dr Rhino. About two weeks ago I sent her another pm to see if there was any progress. A few days later I got an email from Dr Rhino, telling me that there was a fault in the pressing of the original discs. Not all were affected, but a substantial amount were, apparently. He said they were looking into it, and that I would be sent a replacement disc-but that he couldn't say when this would be.

    So...it might be worth sending a PM to Marye, or this Dr Rhino, and maybe you will get replacement later in the year.

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Dave's Picks Volume 28: Capitol Theatre, Passaic, NJ, 6/17/76

This year's Dave's Picks series comes to a close just as the band's getting back together again in '76. By the time the Grateful Dead hit New Jersey’s Capitol Theatre - for the very first time - on 6/17/76, they were buzzing from their reunion, armed with new and revived material, the Rhythm Devils reformed with the mischievous Mickey Hart once again behind the kit. They'd skived off the unwieldy Wall of Sound and scaled back the venues from cavernous arenas to intimate theatres. Quite the treat!

During the first set, the Dead's playing was nuanced ("Cold Rain And Snow"), detailed ("Looks Like Rain"), and intricate ("The Music Never Stopped"); the singing struck softly ("Row Jimmy") and raised hairs ("Ship Of Fools"). But it’s the big barreling energy of the second set you’ll want to brace yourself for, replete with a disco'd "Dancing In The Streets," a low-down funky “Help”>”Slip”>”Franklin's” and a wind 'em up to wind down "Let It Grow">"Wharf Rat">"Around and Around." Can you keep up? There's only one way to find out.

This complete show, balanced out with a couple of bonus tracks from 6/23/76 and 6/28/76, was recorded by Betty Cantor-Jackson and has been mastered to HDCD specs by Jeffrey Norman.

Dave's Picks Volume 28 is limited to 18,000 individually-numbered copies*.

Grab a copy before they're gone, gone, gone.

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

Jerry's finger...

(but that was an accident...)

I know people have had branding done.

just leave my body alone. it becomes more and more like a rusty Swiss Army knife every day when I stand up.

maybe the new, new trend will be be skin grafting animal furs onto entertainers' bodies.

My best branding stories involve members of the black fraternity that use the omega symbol. The members I worked with branded the omega symbol on their arms. One guy had a good 1/4 inch rise to the scar from where it was held extra long. Another guy had like 6 light ones, said they were all drunk and the guys kept trying to do his better!

As for fur, I'd would look good with some chinchilla epaulettes!

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Reminds me of the 50th 2015 DaP releases (13 thru 16) artwork stylings and colors.

This page layout is still wierd to me.

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a looooooong time favorite album, the Germs "GI".

Bassist Lorna has passed on.

Y'all be cool, Lorna.

So in the spirit of St. Sixtus.. I decided to stream tonight's Dead & Company show in Mexico.. cracked a Sierra Nevada IPL and have a little Insolente Extra Anejo to get in the spirit. No pressure to start my day at the crack of dawn tomorrow.. so why not.

Edit: One more anejo.. a fresh hop double IPA. Great second opener.. China>Cumberland>Rider>Terrapin>Drums as the snow begins to fall hard. Time for a safety meeting.

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My Motown box is indeed Hitsville USA. Looking through my collection, it appears that I do not have the Stax sets. Even though I have some CDs from some of those Stax artists, I will certainly be picking up those Stax discs.

Thirty Treats Around the Sun--the 1967 is probably the best thing I've ever heard, and I loved many of the shows from 1979-on. I very much appreciate getting releases from all the eras. It's all the same music we love, just presented in different packages. And there is one "classic" era that people swear by that does nothing for me. To each her/his own, although I would not mind if some Dave's Picks had non-skeleton art . . . :)

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People can complain all they want about snow, but watching it come down while being burrowed away with some warm GD and choice beer is just as sweet as a back porch in July. Indubitably. Such are my weekend plans. DaP 23 McArthur on deck, and then January 20, 1979 from archive—a birthday show which includes a Dark Star (guess I’ll have to throw in some imperial with the beer selection).

Got very good seats for Bob & Don Was in NJ, both nights. Count Basie Theater in Red Bank only holds about 1500 people should be good. A quick in and out for the two.

On a totally unrelated note (as usual). Any gin drinkers out there? Especially British. Ever have Boodles? For the Brit's, how is this rated over there. Suppose to be a great "London" gin. Most of my 60 years I never been much (if any) of a drinker. Maybe a year ago, I discovered Boodles and "Fever Tree Tonic Water"! Wow. Maybe not a good thing, but I can put about 4-5 down a night at work. The tonic water is the BEST, period. Expensive, but good.

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Gin is a very popular drink in England at the moment-I can remember going to a restaurant a few years ago at Christmas with some friends, and they had a staggering variety of different types available-very different from in the 1970s and 80, when it was regarded as a bit old fashioned.
I only actually drank it on one occasion, when I was about 19. I put away about a half-three quarters of a bottle in about 90 seconds. God knows why. I passed out almost immediately-and man, what headache the following day. Suffice to say, it took me a while to get the hang of this social drinking lark. But even when I had mastered it-gin remained a no go area.

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Over the last 2-3 years Gin has made a huge resurgence here in Australia. I've never been much of a Gin guy, but that has changed. Check out Prohibition Gin which is locally made and has become a favourite of mine. https://prohibitionliquor.co

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https://youtu.be/km5BzQh2Jds
....advance apologies. This topic was a no brainer for me. Sometimes the bottle is dusty, but the liquor is clean.
Last Five....
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Fates Warning - Awaken The Guardian
Phish - Ventura 7.30.97
Rusted Root - Remember
GOGD - Dave's 14 AOM 3.26.72
Iron Maiden - Piece Of Mind
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✌️🤘👍💪

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Grateful Dead - Cow Palace 12/31/76
Steely Dan - Gaucho
Tea Company - Come and Have Some Tea with the Tea Company
Black Sabbath - Paranoid
Miles Davis - Filles de Kilimanjaro
Also a bunch of soul singles thrown into the mix as well as Donna Summer's classic single Love to Love You Baby, the extended 16 minute version, 'cause sometimes it just hits the spot.

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Mine skips like you wouldn't believe starting at around 2'45". I even had the disc professionally buffed yesterday and it did not help! Sorry to trouble, but I know this is the right place to ask. Have a grateful day everyone.

My copy is good.. check your PM.

Gin.. the mention of the word reminds of the song Cold Gin, one of better early kiss songs. There is a big rise in small, craft distilleries here in the US too.. a friend had this small batch Gin, heavy in Rosemary I think.. that tasted quite nice.. but the aromatics were very strong. At least when I finished my breath was minty fresh. Last winter someone brought many, many bottles from some other small distiller to this backcountry ski area nearby.. they had these small glasses glued to the top of an old pair of skis and five or six people would have to drink at the same time.. (I don't recommend this).. but they were filled with some pretty high end tasty stuff.. and a few good gins, rye, etc. It made for quite the celebration, what we were celebrating??, I am not sure anyone can be sure but celebrated we did. I can't say I am a gin guy.. but the quality and flavor seemed a step up from what I am used to.

Last five.. mmm...

Dead & Company 1/17/19
Something with Bob Weir and I think the Nationals?? (it's poorly labeled in my collection, but good)
GD Winterland 4/15/70
GD Dream Bowl 2/22/69
GD Portland 5/17/74

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Probably not surprising to anyone who's grabbed their ankles while grabbing tix to D&Co 2019. The following were recently published by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation:

"A PUBLIC RELATIONS NIGHTMARE': TICKETMASTER RECRUITS PROS FOR SECRET SCALPER PROGRAM"
https://www.cbc.ca/news/business/a-public-relations-nightmare-ticketmas…

" 'I'M GETTING RIPPED OFF': A LOOK INSIDE TICKETMASTER'S PRICE-HIKING BAG OF TRICKS"
https://www.cbc.ca/news/business/ticketmaster-prices-scalpers-bruno-mar…
Key findings:
- Ticketmaster doesn't list every seat when a sale begins.
- Hikes prices mid-sale.
- Collects fees twice on tickets scalped on its site.

Bummer? Yes.
Surprising? No.
Miss Mail-order? Yes.
MISS JERRY? Always.

Amen Jeff..
Not one to admit to defeat, but the TicketShyster process and pricing left such a bad taste in my mouth the last few years I am not planning to attend any D&C shows this year. Screw em..

Comparing the ticketing process to bending over and grabbing your ankles.. priceless - gave me a my first chuckle of the day. Thanks for that.

Dead . Net any chance of a restock in that Grateful Dead winter hat , blue and red with the stealie that was featured in the Almanac ? Damn It !! lol I was eyeing that up for months and now I see it's sold out or pulled from store. F%CKKKK , any help digging through the warehouse ?

Anyone on here have a hookup on that hat ?

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stumbled across these guys the other night at work. Downloaded several show. Nice covers. A little "son of a preacher man",,, maybe a little "use me".

I like them, bored, check them out. I've been listing to the PST shows (4/14/15)

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I swear it looked like a store front. Wait, if there's just a little bit of the traffic light in the square under the main one, do we click it? Impossible on a cell phone. And then as I wrote this I just got another 12 in a row. Fire hydrants traffic lights bicycles crosswalks stairs traffic lights again traffic lights again. I'm completely tired of this. That's okay I was only coming to post about the Ticketmaster debacle. Tired of them too. It's the beginning of the end for the middle class. More crosswalks in fire hydrants. Take care all.

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Shot ski.
A lot of old skis get thrown in the trash, a few lucky ones get to retire with shot glasses glued to them. Some also get turned into furniture.

Numerous reCRAPTCHA exams doesn’t mean that you failed the previous one, you are actually being used to help program AI. Which is ironic because eventually the AI will be able to crack the reCRAPTCHA process.

Can we use AI to beat the crooks at Ticketbastard?
Not likely.

Last 5
12-31-69 (playing now)
12-12-73 (including soundcheck)
10-16-89 (car)
10-xx-77 Road Trips (car)
3-24-92

reCRAPTCHA time.......

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...last five listen, all on vinyl...
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1) Eric Clapton’s - ‘There’s one in every crowd’
2) ‘Guitar Boogie / Eric Clapton-Jeff beck-Jimmy page
3) ‘Super Session ‘ mike Bloomfield/ al kooper / steve Stills
4) ‘New Riders of the Purple Sage’- “Gypsy Cowboy”
5) ‘Rhinoceros’ - “Satin Chickens”

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....not one of my Dicks skip. Hmmmm. Interesting. They all play flawless.
Dicks 33 is sacred ground btw. Mucho Bueno. Savoring 4.1.90 as we speak.

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Never had an issue with Dick's Picks either.... however don't forget back in 1996 Dozin at the Knick had a skip in Disc 3 and we all got replacement discs sent. The big difference is that we didn't have to email Dr. Rhino or Marye for a replacement disc we all just had them sent.... hoping for more rain than snow here in R.I. tonight!!! Enjoy your weekend bob t

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I don't think it was skipping when I got it (from the almanac). I may have just 'loved' it a little too much... :-)

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... I pulled Daves Pick #10 (12/12/69) off the shelf this morning. ‘Thelma, Los Angeles, CA...
I love this release! Every time I listen to it I find something new and Pigpen is something special in this show! Turn on your love light everyone!!!
;)

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Received a replacement for a faulty disc 3, same issue. Very annoyed. In my business if you have a problem with product and replacements are issued you better be certain they pass inspection before shipping.

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RMD, I received replacements for discs 1 and 3 of DaP28 and both have skips in new places. Sent an email to Dr. Rhino and the response apologized and indicated that the issue had been passed on to the manufacturing/product team for review given the "severity of the situation" and indicated that they will keep me updated regarding the replacement.

Sounds to me like they are still having a large number of defects in the replacement discs and are still working on fixing the problem. I am reassured they are working on it, but also concerned that if they don't sort this out right quick a bunch of us may end up with defective discs in DaP29. Whatever facility they are using to produce the discs now seems to have some real quality control issues.

Got 1 of my 2 DaP28 CD 3’s, the second one never showed up.
The one I got also was defective.
It would seem that they just sent out the production excess, rather than actually fixing the problem and manufacturing new CD’s.
I can envision the board room meeting at Rhino: “Those idiot Dead Heads will buy everything we put out, they’ll even pay us in advance. We don’t even have to make a quality product. Ha, ha, ha. Just send them defective replacements so that we can get them out of the warehouse. Eventually they’ll just give up trying to get what they paid for.”

And the rich man in his summer home
Singing just leave well enough alone

This must be hugely embarrassing for Rhino. Unbelievable.. they seem incapable of getting out in front of this problem.

On the bright side.. after moments of internal doubt and a correct click of the mouse it appears I am in fact not a robot.

Uh oh.. a tragedy of sorts has ensued, my click has timed out putting me back into the suspected robot category. A second successful click and I am again not a robot.

Whew.. tragedy narrowly averted. I plan to celebrate by doing something very unrobot-like..

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if you're still having bad disc issues, send me a PM. So sorry for the ongoing aggravation.
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Hola, que paso?
Finally checking in...
Been lurking about for months but have not had the time or gumption to navigate new site etc..
Way too much “grownup” shit going on. If I told ya all that went down, it burn off both your ears!
Anyway, it’s been helpful getting through the last several months by at least checking in now and again, thanks!

Big thanks to those who kept things rolling and pleasant here, especially Jim and Daverock!
Still don’t have much time but hopefully I’ll be able to hang a bit more...

Some know the Mickey Godchaux Band isn’t my favorite version of the band. That doesn’t mean I don’t like it, just not my favorite. I like ALL eras. That being said 28 has renewed an interest in 76 for me. Looking forward to picking up RT 4.5 on my way home tonight too.
And Shhhwwwwiiiinnnggg!
Man this one has always been one of my 77 favs. I remember when the B.B.s first started circulating, probably late eighties? I got the usual Cornell, buffalo etc, but the swing always seemed to just burst with energy!
I’m actually really looking forward to this release, number 30 too!

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Main reason I came outta the weeds, to celebrate my 40th anniversary.
First show was 1/20/1979.

Oh-oh what I want to know-oh,
Where does the time go?

Still cannot believe it’s been that long, yet-gads.
All our stuff is still in storage, especially my music server :( but I had to celebrate so connected the iPad to the one tv I have leaning up against a wall (for audio) and checked out 1/20/79. Also 1/10/79, hadn’t heard all that one before, great second set... still think 1/20 (fits on 2 discs with editing), and most of 1/10 #2 would make interesting but different Dave’s...
Anywho, felt I had to formally acknowledge one of the best days of my life!
Wooo-hooo, here’s to 40, er a, 30?, 20? more Gateful Years.
Come on boys, step up the releases!

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Here's to hoping we see '87,'88 or '89 in the Dave's Picks this year. I for one am all for it.
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Replacement disc is the same defective disc I already have.WTF

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I was listening to 12/27/89 the other day, that's an interesting show with a good PITB>Crazy Fingers>UJB. I was thinking the next 80s might be 85 for some reason. 6/30/85 comes to mind.

Wow, what a treasure trove we have seen get released over the last few years..

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Next big box

Fillmore West February 1970

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2/14/86

Yes 86

Many high energy moments

Feel like a stranger

Check it out

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Ugh.

Sorry marye...

Sometimes a guy just has to say it, though

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Happy 40th Anniversary! I am sure it would have been great to see shows back in those days. My first, June 25,1986 at the Metrodome in Minneapolis. It was Dylan, the Dead and Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers.
The sound was awful in the Dome for concerts. Two days later we were on our way to Alpine. Within two weeks, Jerry slipped into a coma. Back in those days, we didn't know if we would ever see the band again. You know the rest of the story. What a run after that!
And I agree we need more releases. We are not getting enough new product, time to step it up.
I would love to see that Fall 80 box. Did you make it to any of those shows?

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Nice compact set II tape. It fit on a 60 minute tape for me. Check out this jam: Playing>UJB>Drumz>China Doll>Playing>GDTRFB>Lovelight. Can't remember if the double encore of Sat. NIte>Baby Blue fit on the tape or not.

https://archive.org/details/gd86-06-28.sbd.miller.21272.sbeok.shnf

Although Alpine '85 night 2 I like a bit better. For the fidelity of the tape I had, but I think overall may have been a better show.

https://archive.org/details/gd1985-06-22.123486.sbd.miller.flac16

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Just keep skipping, skipping, skipping, just keep skipping. Yes, my replacement discs also have skips in the same exact spot, you can see a raised dot, like a period made by a pencil, on the disc. Now, how can you not see this and yet, it was still sent out as a replacement. Rhino has no quality control, at least with this release. When will it end? The dangers of blind faith.

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I haven't received my replacement discs yet, but its beginning to look as though Rhino are no longer fit for purpose. Maybe time to go elsewhere. I think if I'd messed up this often in my job I'd have been sacked.

Deadvikes, thanks!
40 seems like a big deal to me, but when you think of how many folks here (or used to be here) can add ten years to that....
Those 86 Alpine shows we’re our first time there. Don’t remember the shows so much, but man did we have fun.
Camped out next to the woods in that adjacent lot. Traveling with a blind dude and seeing eye dog....
Saw Alpine through Buffalo that tour. Think I recall liking Alpine, felt Riverbend was one of the best I had been at up to that point. Those riverboats coinciding with the songs at just the right time, still gives me goose bumps. The fireworks after in the lot too, voooohooo, kinda how I was feeling at the time 😎
Buffalo was great, don’t recall much of Akron? Don’t recall liking that one very much. Remeber Dylan came out in the first set to jam, but it didn’t seem to mesh well. Have only heard a few shows from 86 though, so need to check all that out someday.....so many shows, so little time!

Stoltzy: great Irish like GD blessing! 70 box, or 69 might be good guess. Either would be awesome!
Like Jim said, wouldn’t mind a Summer 85, especially that 6/30, or Hershey, or Toga!
Of course that brings up the whole tape/source issue? Thought the Riverbend 85 was decent release, so maybe there’s hope? Know many don’t like those years, but many others would really dig a summer 85 release/Box, something!
Remember a great homemade shirt in Hershey, said ‘I lost my shit in Hershey” which I kinda did LOL!
Right when they hit “ashes, ashes all fall down” I basically had to slump down in the mud right in front of the soundboard and lay down for a bit, so my friends and Healy all had a good laugh at that!
Perhaps culmative effect from several fungal days in a row, a whole sixer of elephant beer, and not much food? Nahhhh, must a been the weather! 😎

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