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    New Philly '89 DVD/CD Set Coming Soon!

    Here’s a cool way to kick off the new year and decade: Coming soon is a fantastic new release called Crimson White and Indigo, a DVD/3-CD set that captures every second of the Grateful Dead’s superb July 7, 1989 concert at Philadelphia’s John F. Kennedy Stadium. If you loved the popular 2005 DVD/CD release Truckin’ Up to Buffalo, from July 4, 1989, well, this is the very next show: why, it’s practically like being on tour without having to pitch in gas money, eat bad road food, swelter in the heat or score a miracle ticket. Nope, all the work has been done for you—from the crisp multiple-camera shoot (with no video effects, you’ll be happy to hear) to the crystal clear and powerful audio, mixed from the original 24-track analog tapes in both Dolby Digital stereo and 5.1 surround (for the DVD), and mastered in HDCD (for the CD). But the proof is (always!) in the playing, and this show from the sizzling summer of ’89 tour is sure to please both hard core and casual fans with its energy, diverse song list and passionate playing.

    Two years removed from the craziness that surrounded the “comeback” tour of 1987 and the Dead’s unprecedented flirtation with mainstream success—thanks to “Touch of Grey” and the In the Dark album—the group was still riding the crest of that wave and attracting thousands of new fans with each passing tour. The summer of ’89 began in style for the Dead on the solstice itself with a nationally televised/broadcast concert from Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, Calif. A week and a half later, the GD circus hit the road for seven East Coast stadium shows, followed by a handful in Midwest amphitheaters. The group was in excellent form throughout, offering a great selection of old and recent favorites, and polishing some of the new songs which would make up their album-in-progress at the time, Built to Last. Visually, the Dead’s stage set that summer was perhaps the most spectacular they ever mounted—designed by noted Czech artist Jan Sawka, it consisted of dozens of enormous painted canvas panels covered with various patterns, colors and shapes—some abstract, some concrete; quite an amazing sight in an enormous stadium.

    In what would turn out to be the final rock concert in Philly’s JFK Stadium (the first was The Beatles in August 1966; the aging stadium itself dated back to 1926), the Grateful Dead come out on a brutally hot afternoon (after a fine opening set by Bruce Hornsby & the Range) with rock ’n’ roll on their minds. “Hell in a Bucket” is an appropriate opening choice for a day that is nearly hot as Hades, and then Jerry takes the party to the next level with a truly inspired “Iko Iko.” He’s all smiles, and that’s always a good sign! From there, the first set dips into some blues (“Little Red Rooster”), Hunter-Garcia classics like “Ramble on Rose” and “Loser,” a potent version of Dylan’s “Stuck Inside of Mobile with the Memphis Blues Again,” a wonderfully exploratory version of “Let It Grow,” and finally, Brent Mydland’s still-newish anthem “Blow Away,” which is one of his finest performances of that rockin’ tune.

    You gotta love a second set that opens with a warm and inviting “Box of Rain”—peppy and nicely sung—and then right on its heels a “Scarlet Begonias” > “Fire on the Mountain” that is as “up” and celebratory as you could hope for: The “Scarlet” breezes along with joyous purpose, and the “Fire” hits all sorts of mighty peaks; at nearly 25 minutes, it’s a spectacular pairing. “Estimated Prophet” is marked by a smoldering intensity and then the jam that follows settles into the majestic Hunter-Garcia ballad “Standing on the Moon,” surely one of their greatest late-era compositions, and played only seven times before this standout version. The DVD depiction of the “Rhythm Devils” percussion duel gives us a fascinating glimpse of the tools and techniques Mickey and Bill used to create their magical alchemy, and then, following “Space,” the band launches into a hair-raising, careening “Other One” (dig how the camera shows us Phil’s rumbling bass intro up close!), Jerry takes us down to the docks of the city for an emotional “Wharf Rat,” and Bob gets back into party-mode for the concluding “Lovelight.” The encore of Dylan’s “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door” offers a beautiful grace note for a show that has taken us through so many different spaces and moods.

    The beautifully designed package for Crimson, White and Indigo (the name comes from a line in “Standing on the Moon,” of course) includes loads of great photos by Bob Minkin and an essay from veteran Grateful Dead observer Steve Silberman. All in all it’s a wonderful show from a great year!

     --Blair Jackson

    Stay tuned for pre-order info, coming to this space soon!!

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  • jackl921
    12 years 10 months ago
    Philly 89
    I remember this show & the hot weather that came with it. From down on the grass to back to the seats it was an exhillarating day. Sprayed with hoses down in front. Dancing my head off. Oh to be young and energized again. Those were good times for s ure. Blown away by "Stuck inside of Mobile w/the Memphis blues again" Everybody was so tight and in tune with each other. Watching that DVD brought back the moment in time like The Dead can only do.
  • Ursa Minor
    14 years 2 months ago
    I just pre ordered this show with the T-Shirt!
    Hey Nice Job guys....I just pre-ordered my offer with the T-shirt...so getting a good quality GD t-shirt that's limited for 10 bucks, that's a great deal. I also want to support nice releases that are complete shows and with video! Please release more, and where the heck is "sunshine daydream"! Ursa Minor http://www.myspace.com/donnieloeffler "the warm wet world of analog audio"
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    14 years 2 months ago
    wtf?
    i can understand a lil procrastination...it happens to us all ;) "PRE" Order...?
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Here’s a cool way to kick off the new year and decade: Coming soon is a fantastic new release called Crimson White and Indigo, a DVD/3-CD set that captures every second of the Grateful Dead’s superb July 7, 1989 concert at Philadelphia’s John F. Kennedy Stadium. If you loved the popular 2005 DVD/CD release Truckin’ Up to Buffalo, from July 4, 1989, well, this is the very next show: why, it’s practically like being on tour without having to pitch in gas money, eat bad road food, swelter in the heat or score a miracle ticket. Nope, all the work has been done for you—from the crisp multiple-camera shoot (with no video effects, you’ll be happy to hear) to the crystal clear and powerful audio, mixed from the original 24-track analog tapes in both Dolby Digital stereo and 5.1 surround (for the DVD), and mastered in HDCD (for the CD). But the proof is (always!) in the playing, and this show from the sizzling summer of ’89 tour is sure to please both hard core and casual fans with its energy, diverse song list and passionate playing.

Two years removed from the craziness that surrounded the “comeback” tour of 1987 and the Dead’s unprecedented flirtation with mainstream success—thanks to “Touch of Grey” and the In the Dark album—the group was still riding the crest of that wave and attracting thousands of new fans with each passing tour. The summer of ’89 began in style for the Dead on the solstice itself with a nationally televised/broadcast concert from Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, Calif. A week and a half later, the GD circus hit the road for seven East Coast stadium shows, followed by a handful in Midwest amphitheaters. The group was in excellent form throughout, offering a great selection of old and recent favorites, and polishing some of the new songs which would make up their album-in-progress at the time, Built to Last. Visually, the Dead’s stage set that summer was perhaps the most spectacular they ever mounted—designed by noted Czech artist Jan Sawka, it consisted of dozens of enormous painted canvas panels covered with various patterns, colors and shapes—some abstract, some concrete; quite an amazing sight in an enormous stadium.

In what would turn out to be the final rock concert in Philly’s JFK Stadium (the first was The Beatles in August 1966; the aging stadium itself dated back to 1926), the Grateful Dead come out on a brutally hot afternoon (after a fine opening set by Bruce Hornsby & the Range) with rock ’n’ roll on their minds. “Hell in a Bucket” is an appropriate opening choice for a day that is nearly hot as Hades, and then Jerry takes the party to the next level with a truly inspired “Iko Iko.” He’s all smiles, and that’s always a good sign! From there, the first set dips into some blues (“Little Red Rooster”), Hunter-Garcia classics like “Ramble on Rose” and “Loser,” a potent version of Dylan’s “Stuck Inside of Mobile with the Memphis Blues Again,” a wonderfully exploratory version of “Let It Grow,” and finally, Brent Mydland’s still-newish anthem “Blow Away,” which is one of his finest performances of that rockin’ tune.

You gotta love a second set that opens with a warm and inviting “Box of Rain”—peppy and nicely sung—and then right on its heels a “Scarlet Begonias” > “Fire on the Mountain” that is as “up” and celebratory as you could hope for: The “Scarlet” breezes along with joyous purpose, and the “Fire” hits all sorts of mighty peaks; at nearly 25 minutes, it’s a spectacular pairing. “Estimated Prophet” is marked by a smoldering intensity and then the jam that follows settles into the majestic Hunter-Garcia ballad “Standing on the Moon,” surely one of their greatest late-era compositions, and played only seven times before this standout version. The DVD depiction of the “Rhythm Devils” percussion duel gives us a fascinating glimpse of the tools and techniques Mickey and Bill used to create their magical alchemy, and then, following “Space,” the band launches into a hair-raising, careening “Other One” (dig how the camera shows us Phil’s rumbling bass intro up close!), Jerry takes us down to the docks of the city for an emotional “Wharf Rat,” and Bob gets back into party-mode for the concluding “Lovelight.” The encore of Dylan’s “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door” offers a beautiful grace note for a show that has taken us through so many different spaces and moods.

The beautifully designed package for Crimson, White and Indigo (the name comes from a line in “Standing on the Moon,” of course) includes loads of great photos by Bob Minkin and an essay from veteran Grateful Dead observer Steve Silberman. All in all it’s a wonderful show from a great year!

 --Blair Jackson

Stay tuned for pre-order info, coming to this space soon!!

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Is really a mole? Hmmm...
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The real insider here ? I used to think it was Hal . But I always had my suspicions about the Great Badger . Now we know !! Hehe ..
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Remember he is the keeper of the Vinedex and well if Rhino even payed attention to that they wouldn't release road trips or digi downloads that they know we all have already. You guys stay off the badger's back! He is a valued member of the vine community :-) Marty
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I dispute your dispute, after all he has a lightning bolt on his back, that must be the zipper on his badger outfit that he uses to disguise the fact that he is a mole If the doors of perception were cleansed, everything would appear to man as it is, infinite. William Blake
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Didn't Badger identify himself in the past as a Euro-Deadhead? Maybe my memory fails me, but I thought he was one of the many Europeans who spoke at length about the unfair costs of international shipping. Am I wrong? If he is indeed European, I doubt he is the narc. OR, maybe he created a clever Euro-disguise in order to infiltrate these message boards for the purpose of hatching his nefarious scheme(s). Or maybe he's just some guy. ANYWAY, what's next for PURE JERRY?
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Not only was the Badger right, but it's a complete show too. NOW, about Pure Jerry (?)
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last weekend and I find that new DVD is always welcome. Minus the special effects is a plus as I want to watch the Dead play instead. My other DVDs and CD's have actually been fine, so I guess that makes me the Rhino plant. Crack the vault, give us the clean proshots with soundboard mix or enhanced stereo. Love the those early decades along with the later incarnations of the band. But isn't Buddy Plant really the plant? Hey, don't mind that man behind the curtain!! Teachers open the door, but you must enter by yourself.
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Criminy! They already yanked the link to the new Road Trips! Oh well, I saw it! Woop Woop!
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This looks like it will be great. I actually like the trippy "Video Effects". I want to see what the audience sees. Even if it is a bit dated. I think it helps set the feel for that time period. So, I hope they don't remove them on all of the future video. I love watching the band play, but it's nice to cut it up a bit with some other visuals. Got to see Furthur in Atlanta, GA at the Tabernacle. They rocked. Amazing second set, and a strong first. Can't wait till the next time.
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Recorded live at Municipal Auditorium Austin, TX (November 15, 1971) All selections are previously unissued recordings DISC 1 1. Truckin' 2. Bertha 3. Playing In The Band 4. Deal 5. Jack Straw 6. Loser 7. Beat It On Down The Line 8. Dark Star> 9. El Paso> 10. Dark Star 11. Casey Jones 12. One More Saturday Night DISC 2 1. Me And My Uncle 2. Ramble On Rose 3. Mexicali Blues 4. Brokedown Palace 5. Me And Bobby McGee 6. Cumberland Blues 7. Sugar Magnolia 8. You Win Again 9. Not Fade Away> 10. Jam> 11. Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad> 12. Not Fade Away 13. Johnny B. Goode FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY get the Road Trips Vol. 3 No. 2 bonus disc with your order. This offer is first come, first serve. The Road Trips Vol. 3 No 2. bonus disc was recorded live at Texas Christian University in Forth Worth, Texas (11/14/71). 1. China Cat Sunflower> 2. I Know You Rider 3. Sugaree 4. Truckin'> 5. Drums> 6. The Other One> 7. Me And My Uncle> 8. The Other One> 9. Wharf Rat> 10. Sugar Magnolia
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I will probably order through Dead.net...the Egypt '78 I recvd had a lil glue on the disc but they were cool about getting it straightened out....albeit 2-3 months later...I'm starting to second guess myself now...I better quit typing..
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I think I'll wait until I can hold it in my hands at the Best Buy down the street. The manager there said that they expect to have it on the shelves on the release date and if I call on that day they will hold one for me. However, if there was a bonus disk for pre-ordering, I might take the chance...
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Wow, just got an extended 2nd-set teaser of this one on the Sirius channel (thanks to the free trial I signed up for to hear Furthur @ Cornell) ... don't know how this one slipped under my radar all these years but hot damn! I'm excited for this release. The '71 RT is bound to be a scorcher too. And for the record, I've ordered every release since the advent of the new store and have only had one little glitch, which was promptly righted... So I'll cross my fingers and throw down this time around as well.
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so am I a spy sent by Rhino to infiltrate deadheads or a spy sent by deadheads to infiltrate rhino? Or neither. Or both. Or just some guy ;-) The truth is that my cousins the raccoons have been going through the garbage at Rhino HQ looking for left over sushi. When they come across something interesting they scan it into their mobiles and send it to me. Anyway I seem to recall that Stuman was the first with the news of the new '89 release. Maybe he is trying to divert attention from himself?? hehe
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well I called the last one right (Nicky Hopkins JGB), and my guess for the next one is the 1981/82 Band with Kahn, Seals, Warren, Shaw/Kreutzmann, Mohawk, Stires. No releases yet from that combo. You saw it here first :-)
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you see Badger is the inside man !! That Cosmicbadger knows all .. How does he do it ? and the mystery continues ..
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Cosmicmole " Where does the time go? "
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"Here's my half a dollar if you dare .. double twist when you hit the air. Look at Julie down below .. the levee doing the dopaso"
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varmint ... Cosmicvarmint ... yap, yap, yap, yap. " Where does the time go? "
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It's completely superfluous to force customers to buy BOTH the DVD and CD. I can easily listen to the show on the DVD. Get with it, folks; we're in a recession!
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Austin, TX 1971*** Really Sounds like the one I'm looking for! And the Summer Philly Show DVD3/CD set sounds nice too** Whats a DeadHead to do?? *******
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I must say followimg these posts that you Dead people are GRATE. This is like following a soap opera. You have Moles, Plants, Spy's, Tips, Leaks of Information, Mad people, Happy people, Paranoia, Finger pointing. and Drama. I love it. So i want to add something, and you must keep this quiet and tell no one outside our Dead Head family........A little bird told me Furthur is planning a HUGE summer tour, and also....( this must be kept quiet!!! ) I was told that........Hold on there is a loud knock at my door.........Oh my god they are breaking in....It is Jack Bauer and Homeland security........Hey leave me alone........stop hitting me.........I am sorry, i will not tell anymore.............please don't shoot.........HELP................@#$%^&*$($^@$%& STOP.........$%^^$##$%^&&$@#^_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
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West High Auditorium on 1980-06-20
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More video please! Thanks!
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You could throw a dart at '89 and hit something good, but this is truly a gem; can't wait.
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Please, please, an official release of Veneta, Oregon 8/27/72 would be enough to facilitate a true revolution of the scene!! Can you imagine, pristine packaging from Chief Keseys personnal vaults, mad, mad insight on the form of blissful essays that would allow all of us to truly begin to appreciate the most important contributions from the some of the coolest improvisational music to see the light of day!! Write your congressman, it is time for these epic jams to see the light of day!!
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Darkstarwolfclub - I cannot agree more: Veneta 8/27/72 would be great. The New Riders have already released their performance and the Dead should do so too, a.s.a.p.David Gans' playlist for the KPFA Marathon would seem to confirm what most of us already knew - Cosmic Badger is one step of the game. Saying that Austin 11/15/71 would be the forthcoming RT 3.2 was an uncanny act of clairvoyance on his part. To get firmly back on topic, this Philly 89 show looks just fine to me. I must confess that if there is no bonus disc to be had here, I will get this from Amazon, based on personal experience of their store and customer service compared to what I have experienced here recently. That said, the credit for getting prime vault material out to us has to go to the folks here and I think they are doing a pretty fine job. As for more video, Copenhagen 72 would seem to me to be an ideal release. The clips I have seen on YouTube suggest top quality stuff both musically and the video quality.
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Not sure if this link will last but there is a new page on FB titled "Free Tiger" an awareness cause that has hopes of eventually convincing Jim Irsay (owner of the guitar) to loan it to the RRHOF for 6 months out of the year for all of us to see. Check it out. http://www.facebook.com/pages/Free-Tiger/317306917703?ref=ts
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from 60's and early 70's please, so I' ll fell I don't have to buy anything, anylonger! please!
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I had the opportunity to hit many of the west coast shows on this tour and have since filled the HD with 99% of the SBDS from this year. I LOVE this year!! So many tight versions of the songs that were broken out the year prior. I am always up to seeing a professional video release of a show. I look forward to getting a new DVD and having my 3 year old say "Look Dad Its Jerry!" Thanks all that made this and 20+ years ago possible!! PS - I agree that the Solstice show 6.21.89 would be a nice release at some point. My VHS copy is weary. But then again there are a lot of 88-90 shows I could suggest too! - Peace de KJ7XJ
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This was a fun show. Yes, it was HOT out. I remember being fairly close to the stage for the first set and having to slowly make my way out of there since it was getting way too tight to move, none the less dance. Second set near the back of the field. I loved the way they kicked back into Lovelight after it sounded as if it was ending. Just a solid, jammed out show. This show was sandwiched by Buffalo and Giants stadium for me and the friends I went with. This was definitely the strongest show of the 4 I saw, subjectively speaking ;-) Peace!
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Ahh yes, I was at that show... *Incredible* Scarlet/Fire... Blistering heat, but I always loved the free showers at JFK... That was an absolutely perfect night for me in more ways than one, I look forward to the DVD...
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On February 21st, 2010 KJ7XJ said: I look forward to getting a new DVD and having my 3 year old say "Look Dad Its Jerry!" I remember how proud I was walking into the local video library with my then 3 year old son when he pointed to a poster on the wall and said: "Look Dad, Jimi Hendrix". ;-)
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On February 20th, 2010 bzlrbi said:It's completely superfluous to force customers to buy BOTH the DVD and CD. .... Get with it, folks; we're in a recession! So, spend your way out of it! CD, DVD....AND... and a T-Shirt. Now there's a stimulus package for the US economy. LOL.
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I can't wait to see this DVD. I was fortunate to be at this show. It was one of my all-time favorites, actually. Philly's my hometown, and it was just one of those days where everything comes together. Pretty flawless setlist, with excellent playing throughout. I usually liked indoor shows the best, because all that energy stayed bottled up inside the building, and it appeared to me that the band often played better, and with more intensity, in those conditions. But this show was an exception; it pretty much smoked as hard as any other show from that era, indoors or out. I feel pretty lucky to have seen most of my shows from 1986 (just before the coma) to the end of Summer Tour 1990. In hindsight, that period stands as one of the last great stretches of peak Grateful Dead performances. That doesn't mean there wasn't magic to be found right up until the end, but sometimes the band struggled, too. At my last couple of shows (my very last was one of Jerry's last; Tampa Stadium 95) I remember thinking that I might not get to see the band too many more times. Back in the last few years of Brent's tenure, though, it felt like they were on a roll that was never going to end. I know that wasn't possible, but I'm Grateful for the chance to think it was, even just for a moment.
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On February 20th, 2010 bzlrbi said:It's completely superfluous to force customers to buy BOTH the DVD and CD. .... yes, but it's good 4 profit! "Money, that's all I want!"
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. Various Views from the Vault and Truckin' Up to Buffalo were all issued as separate CD and DVD packages. Maybe that will be the case here.. Let's wait and see
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I wonder when this and the new Road Trips will be up for order? On the wall of the garden a legend did say: "No one may come here since no one may stay."
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Per - AmazonThis title will be released on March 30, 2010. Per - Barnes and Noble This item will be available on April 20. Per Dead.net Stay tuned
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per Spin CDs (UK)The title will be released March 28th
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CD Universe (a good alternative to Amazon) joins Barnes and Noble in giving April 20 as the release date. The CD Universe price is $31.98 - the lowest I have seen yet. Spin in the UK usually give a UK Pound price similar to the US Dollar price - in this case 34.99 Unfortunately the Pound and Dollar are not equal so the Spin price currently comes out at $54. (US retail seems to be $39.98) but this may still be a realistic option for buyers in Europe who would otherwise have to pay airmail post across the pond (and maybe a backhander to the boys at customs).
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If Amazon is correct with their release date, then I would suggest purchasing from Amazon to get free shipping and get it 20+ days earlier (purchase price is higher). But this all depends on what Dead.net has to offer. I am wondering if Amazon's date is correct.
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Larry E.Smith I remember the summer solatice run at shoreline Ampitheatre,I caught 6/19/1989 it was pretty sweet!! plus since I'm a local from Sunnyvale it was easy to get to,now I'm in Santa Rosa and it nice when the Dead and or off shoot bands play the bay,reminds me of better times,this ression sucks twinkies,we need another 1960's bad blow out the cobwebs!!
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Folk keeps me coming back for more too, Quen. I join you in awaiting the listening.I'll pass on the breast augmentation though, thanks.
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nothing to see here folks, move along...
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Well, now my comment looks even more nonsensical than Quen's did! Oh well, at least I'm not shilling the boobies