Our friends the Rhinos have various and sundry new releases in the development process, but they're always interested in hearing what you'd like to see hit the virtual shelves of the Store. No promises, but you never know...
This topic is for requesting new individual shows. There are also topics for box sets and DVDs.
If you've already requested something in the previous Requests topic, you don't really need to request it again, but hey, if you just can't help yourself...
Sounds like a mighty fine show. And not many shows have been released with Shakedown Street, especially a 2nd set opener.
After completing two consecutive shows at Oakland Stadium with The Who the previous weekend, The Dead performed two shows, Thur.-Fri. 14-15 October 1976, @ the Shrine Auditorium in L.A..
The second show on the 15th is "The One".
it's "the One" that would be seriously considered for a Dave's Picks release. But Dave says the last reel for the 2nd set is missing. Oh, and no encore because there was no need for one.
I am hoping the following will be released at some point:
The Ark 4/21 & 4/22/69
A Dylan & the Dead box set including a couple of the best shows including just the Dead's set.
suprised this show hasnt been released
theres not much from 84.
This show is lysergic and fun
before I die id love to hear it remastered and sounding even better
Please those at Grateful Dead HQ, consider this one
Explosive Other One
Stir it up jam
what more could one ask for?
Lets show some love for the 90s!
that playin jam'
6-27-85, Saratoga Performing Arts Center....I got all the extra haha that day:)
I asked this on another area of this blog already. May ask again. Can someone PLEASE tell me how I can buy an authentic cd or download of the complete dead soundcheck set from the Watkins Glen show - 7/27/1973? Thank you for any reply? Have the jam from So Many Roads. Have a framed poster in my home office. (I was only 11 at that time, I’m convinced I was born 10 years too late because I would have been there).
Grateful Dead Live at Boston Garden on 1993-09-28
Playing in the band holy
the other one
how about a nice long viola lee blues
11/11/70. 46th Street Rock Palace Brooklyn. Wednesday night. First of 4. A few songs into the second set out came Jorma, Jack and Papa John Creech from the Airplane who played most if not all of the set. I've been looking for a clean copy for decades. The ones on Archive are horrible.
Folsom Field Boulder, Co from June 1980.
And since I'm here: A four disc (3+ bonus disc) Red Rocks 8-30, 31-78 if it would all fit. May have to go mini-box. This run has at least five first time songs having just come from the recording of Shakedown Street and is a slower just exactly perfect pair of performances in stark contrast, and in a crazy juxtaposition, to the July '78 Red Rocks shows.
Cheers from colorful Colorado
tax day '82.....pretty awesome show....
Hey now! I would *really*, *really*, *really* love it if Louisville - 1974 could be an official release, if there's a decent tape of it in the Vault. It was my 1st show! How 'bout it, David?
How long can this show be ignored?
3/26/73 (Mon) Baltimore Civic Center - Baltimore, MD
Set 1: Promised Land, Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo, The Race is On, Wave That Flag, Jack Straw, Sugaree, Mexicali Blues, Box Of Rain, Row Jimmy, Beat It On Down The Line, Brown Eyed Women, El Paso, China Cat Sunflower > I Know You Rider, Looks Like Rain, Don't Ease Me In, Playing In The Band
Set 2: Ramble On Rose, Big River, Here Comes Sunshine, Greatest Story Ever Told, Candyman, Me & My Uncle, He's Gone > Truckin' > Weather Report Suite Prelude > Wharf Rat, Me And Bobby McGee > Eyes Of The World > Morning Dew, One More Saturday Night
Great show, this was the Wolfman Jack show and was my first live Dead, way too delayed because, being ancient, had followed them since 1967. Have black and white photos of this show, wish there was a way to post some here.
Jim Wise's tape of Lewiston 80'.
Gainesville, Alligator Alley Gym Matrix.
It’s on the list of returned reels.
Include it in another June 76 Box featuring Philly/Chicago (if the other reels are in the vault).
Returned reels list:
• 06-21-76 Philadelphia PA, 5 x 7” REELS Nagra 1/2trk 7.5ips Complete
• 06-22-76 Philadelphia PA, 5 X 7” REELS Nagra 1/2trk 7.5ips Complete
• 06-23-76 Philadelphia PA, 1 x 7” REEL Nagra 1/2trk 7.5ips Reel #1
• 06-26-76 Chicago IL, 5 X 7” REELS Nagra 1/2trk 7.5ips Complete
• 06-28-76 Chicago IL, 1 X 7” REEL Nagra 1/2trk 7.5ips Reel #2
• 06-29-76 Chicago IL, 5 x 7” REELS Nagra 1/2trk 7.5ips Complete
And yes, what about Gainesville?
Can't help myself, the one show I would request, if a soundboard recording was returned to the band, would be Felt Forum 12/5/71. The Holy Grail of 1971 shows...........
When all of your wishes are granted, many of your dreams will be destroyed......
I wish for other people because I already have all my wishes......
Why don't you call this one for Pot day? Don't know if I've tuned into this one before and I don't mind if I do now! ;-P
P.S. Shameless pick: 7/28/82 Red Rocks (don't mess with my levels)
12-5-71 only time played, performed by Elvis among others
Dark Star>me and my unkle>Dark Star sammich yummy
I have avoided discussing 12/5/71 in my POTD posts, but not because it's not deserving. It absolutely is. However, in this thread I've tried---not always with success---to avoid "The Classics", which that Felt show definitely is.
And, I may be wrong, but it's a well known show, and these days I'm generally trying to highlight lesser known shows. How I approach this may reflect a bias based on my own collection, as I often assume everybody has "xx-xx-xxxx", and therefore doesn't need to be discussed.
Could be wrong, but cue it up anyways. Nobody will regret it............
Music is forever; music should grow and mature with you, following you right on up until you die......
When people hear good music, it makes them homesick for something they never had, and never will have......
Don't be shy to recommend anything, including cornell on POT Day. Shoot man, I'm a flaming dead freak. Never specifically tuned into 12/5/71 that I know of. Hella enjoying it today. Comes a Time>Casey Jones is where I'm at in the sequence.
And now, back to painting!! :-) :-) :-)
edit- 12-5-71 thru Sugar Magnolia - very intense rendition and crowd totally into it thruout the set.
Is someone calling out La Bamba in set one? :-) Back to it... :-)'
P.S. Tractors and traffic lights
Me recommend Cornell?!! The Devil you say!!!
Sorry, I've always refused to drink that Kool-Aid. But for those that do, drink up and enjoy!!!
Victim of metathesiophobia
12/31/72 unbelievable show. The pitb was included on the closing of Winterland bonus disc, but from what I can find of the fm broadcast, the truckin > other one > dew is where the show really separates itself. Would love to hear it cleaned up one day.
Agree with Doc on 1971, thanks again for all grate shows.
How about Dick's first pick top three choice that was put back on the shelf 10/11/1977
Full Show Please
Second choice Alpine Valley Box Set CD's & DVD's
Change is Tough
I would love to have the February 9 , 1973 Stanford show released on LP or CD.
I'm really surprised that 2/9/73 hasn't made it to release yet.
Good morning, fellow rockers!!!
2/9/73 is clearly worthy of release, but if I had to pick only one show, it would be 12/5/71, provided a soundboard has been returned to the vault..........
I am not unaware of the saying that more tears have been shed over wishes granted than wishes denied.......
A scientific man ought to have no wishes, no affections, - a mere heart of stone............
I am really digging this show 6/10/1973. I had never heard the complete show, and am hoping it would be released in its entirety. I can image some copy write issues but it would be a winner.
4/17/71, can't believe this one has not been released yet. My guess is either soon individually or better yet as part of an April '71 box, or series of boxes a la May 77, Spring 90, and (hopefully) June 76.
Man, this would be nice to see released! One of my all time favorites over the years. Both sets are on fire...Let it Grow>Deal to close the first set is like no other. 2nd set Estimated>Franklins's is one of just a couple of that combo, gorgeous transition. Runner up to this show is 7/10/81. The 2nd set is as good as it looks.
💀⚡️🥀 I was just awaiting a Dave's Subscription & speculating the next release while looking at my stat sheet I made a few years ago of Dicks Picks & Daves saves when I first subscribed. Anyways I figure 1988 & `89 are little represented in either series as well being only a few shows from the GD "Download series" and only seen on box sets or "Without a Net" in 1990.
Anyways, so I went show shopping and came up with 6~25~88 @ Buckeye Music Center, Buckeye lake, Ohio. A good single summer show in town with a nice array of classic hits AND some choice cuts from new material soon to be released on a later studio album, 1989's Built To Last.✌️😸
P.S.~1982 is also a seldom seen official release year.
Figured I might as well put in a vote.
I would like to recommend the 10/10/1982 for a release.This was my 20th show and I feel it is worthy of a chance at an official release if the source material exists to be turned into a CD that meets Dave's Picks or commercial release requirements.
Having been there for both shows (9th and 10th) I do know that the playing was quite good both days. The band really seemed to be dialed in by the 10th. A couple of my buddies that were living in San Francisco at the time had snuck into the theater (either the day before or early morning) and wrote "Pummel Us, Phil!" on the stage right about where he would typically stand. Not sure if Phil saw the words or not, but I can tell you he did pummel us both days (check out the Morning Dew from the 9th for a taste of what the 10th had in store). This was also the last time I saw Phil playing a 4 string bass. By my next show (12/26/1982) he had moved to the 6 string.
All songs are great renditions with some highlights of Loser, Far From Me, Looks Like Rain, China Cat Sunflower > I Know You Rider, Playing In The Band > Crazy Fingers > Lost Sailor > Saint Of Circumstance > Touch Of Grey. Pretty awesome end of first set, then second set before drums. For me the whole show was great and those are a sample of how well they played in California on a sunny day.
Thanks for any consideration,
Ill second that pick, and add 10/9/82 for a 2 show release. Both shows were a knockout. 1982, the best year at the Frost. Put it together with 83 & 85 and you would have a great box set.
Is it possible to actually have them release a high res cover art file for DP? I have been trying to find that for the latest 48 and well it seems to not be around. Thx