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    Just like the singular Cornell, just like the one later called Sunshine Daydream, just like hallowed Hampton, DeKalb stands legend on its own as one of the most sensational performances the Grateful Dead ever did do. Early tape-trading circles earmarked the show as upper-echelon and when you have a listen, we're sure you'll be inclined to agree. The original reel-to-reel recordings have been shined and polished to perfection, showcasing mighty fine fret work, sparkling keys, and unparalleled harmonies. In fact, we can hardly pick favorites - from start to finish, there's just too much good stuff!

    Limited to 22,000 numbered copies, DAVE’S PICKS VOLUME 33: EVANS FIELD HOUSE, N. ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY, DEKALB, IL 10/29/77 has been mastered to HDCD specs by Jeffrey Norman.

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

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  • June 27, 2020 - 11:02am
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    *RE/ Jerry Garcia Guitar styles

    ... I used to think Jerry played his electric guitar like an Acoustic guitar, and sometimes Vice versa! I am a DeadHead & BrainDead! 😅💀🌹

  • May 23, 2020 - 10:25am
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    Late 77 - 78

    DP33 -- great playing but to me late 77 is the beginning of Keith becoming irrelevant to the sound. The problem being that the Yamaha electric grand he started to use from Autumn 77 simply doesn't cut it as far as I'm concerned. Weedy sound -- muddles too much with the rhythm guitar, no real dynamics.

    It just annoys me how awful it sounds - ps I am a pianist :)

  • May 8, 2020 - 9:31pm
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    Bonus Disc

    I was expecting to receive this, too, since it is in the Track Listing with no caveat -- which I now discover they only included on the Product Description tab -- not exactly fair and righteous! You know, it pays to act fast if you want one of these, so once I checked the Track Listing, I just went ahead and placed my order based on that. And that bonus disc is a deal breaker for me this time around. But rather than just (try to) return it, since it's sold out, I'll be looking for someone who might want to buy it directly from me. I don't even know if there's a direct contact method in here, but if anyone is interested in buying the basic 3-disc set, see if you can get in touch with me and we'll work something out. Thanks for listening!

  • May 8, 2020 - 11:29am
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    Still waiting for #33...

    Exchanged a few emails with customer service. Last one was 2 months ago and I was assured that I would be updated with any new information. Is no news good news?? On the plus side, I got #34 last week and it's better than I hoped it would be!

  • May 6, 2020 - 8:53pm
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    Not a new issue

    I wouldn't be hard on yourself. They've been having delivery problems for past 2 years or so. I've started getting the subscription delivered to me overseas, and then the Picks I really can't live without - I'll have one shipped direct to my sister in the USA. Easy to blame covid - but reality is these problems been going on a while now (I still never got my Vol. 29). When you can eventually get Rhino to respond properly - they do a good job at trying to make amends.. but it's ridiculous they've allowed this to go on so long.

  • May 6, 2020 - 4:59pm
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    Smorris101....

    ....did you subscribe? If yes, then it comes with the pick. If ala cart, it's not included.

  • May 6, 2020 - 4:57pm
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    Bonus Disc

    I received my copy if DaPicks #34 in the mail today but no bonus disc, do y'all know if that is being shipped seperately??

    Cheers

  • May 3, 2020 - 11:42am
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    #34 out now, still haven't received #33

    Another member here that hasn't received his copy of Dave's Picks 33...now that 34 is out I'm wondering if that will show up either :(

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    What the Doc has to say about this...
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    MaryE....can you help me? …

    MaryE....can you help me? I ordered DaPick subscription. I moved in January and did not update my address until Feb 3rd. I emailed Dead customer service the first week of February 2020 and updated my current mailing address. Customer service replied, stating a copy would be delivered to me in four to six weeks. I never received Da 33. I emailed Customer service again about a week ago. They said, due to Covid-19 they are unable to ship. Do you know when I might be receiving my copy? I totally understand that things are slow due to Mother Earth needing to heal while we relax at home/work from home....hope you are well, safe, healthy, and peaceful. Stay bright!

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Just like the singular Cornell, just like the one later called Sunshine Daydream, just like hallowed Hampton, DeKalb stands legend on its own as one of the most sensational performances the Grateful Dead ever did do. Early tape-trading circles earmarked the show as upper-echelon and when you have a listen, we're sure you'll be inclined to agree. The original reel-to-reel recordings have been shined and polished to perfection, showcasing mighty fine fret work, sparkling keys, and unparalleled harmonies. In fact, we can hardly pick favorites - from start to finish, there's just too much good stuff!

Limited to 22,000 numbered copies, DAVE’S PICKS VOLUME 33: EVANS FIELD HOUSE, N. ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY, DEKALB, IL 10/29/77 has been mastered to HDCD specs by Jeffrey Norman.

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

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By far the longest time ever.
Re-sellers beware!

Rock on

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I didn't even know it was on sale...

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I can't believe I missed it.

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Or did they just realize that they didn’t actually manufacture enough and some people who paid for one aren’t actually going to get one, just like DaP 32?

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Assuming the photo in the package is from that night, Garcia is playing the Wolf at this show. And for further proof just listen to the scrubs in Jack Straw. There may be more good scrubs but that's as far as I've gotten on 13150. Holiday Inn must've closed up shop in De Kalb, because 1212 West Lincoln Highway is now a Red Roof Inn. I hope it had nothing to do with K & D. On a lighter note, there's now a Culver's next door for some good frozen custard.

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....gonna check it out later tonight. Excitement level is high.
Edit. Making good on my super bowl bet with CaseyJanes. Apparently, those bolt socks aren't in stock. How about the enamel lightning bolt keychain? Check your pm.

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Still have not picked up my mail. Its waiting for me. Lots of high numbers but that really does not matter. Love the sugar mags energy.

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I'm in NYC and STILL have not received it. Anybody else in the NY area still waiting?

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Maybe now everyone can watch the seaside chats without having to pause it to go order your pick.
Thank God!

Things are looking up and this show is great. Keith's keyboards really sound different to me than other shows from this era.

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Out of stock?...I also see that Dancing Bear Viagra has been removed from the list of “Grateful Gifts”. Hmmm???

I have the keychain Vguy. I looked but some of the other stuff seems a little expensive. Looks like the socks might come back. I’m in no hurry. Maybe the new ones will be glow in the dark and come in a 6 pack? I will sign up for the back in stock notification!

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Hi Keith3535, I'm just outside of Boston, and I also haven't seen my subscription-ordered Dave's 33. USPS tells me it was delivered, but it wasn't. UPS told me to check with USPS. USPS told me to check with dead.net. Dead.net just re-sent the tracking number when I emailed for assistance. Had the same problem with #32, which did eventually show up, but some time after delivery supposedly happened. Also, the a la carte copy of #33 I decided this time to order as a back up--in case delivery failed for the one supposedly coming due to the subscription--has been sitting in "processing" limbo for a few days now. Not feeling super confident. I never had problems with dead.net orders prior to last year, but it's a drag that I'm now buying multiple copies of these things just to get one to show up on the doorstep, and still am not seeing them.

EDIT: Well, props out to dead.net for helping with the problem: after UPS told me it was USPS's fault that my "delivered" package was not actually delivered, and USPS told me it was dead.net's fault, Daniel at dead.net customer service was actually exchanging emails with me in a competent attempt to solve the problem ... at which point my subscription copy showed up--12 days later than USPS swore it arrived, but it arrived nevertheless. Many thanks to Daniel for his patience and good intentions, and fingers crossed that all deliveries succeed, if not in an exactly perfect time frame.

All our talk about the bolt socks must have spiked demand.. or perhaps that Bangladesh sewage link got re-routed to the bolt socks page..

Still you'd think they would update their Merch.. it's a no brainer.

Things back to normal with my 1977 super model ex-girlfriend. After a complete listen to the Winterland June 77 run, then Dekalb I am seeking something looser with rough edges. Might just revisit the bonus shows from Aoxomoxoa and Anthem of the Sun. That should mix it up.

Dekalb.. a great show but certainly a known known. The sound is a slight upgrade from what exists on the archive, the performance and sound are excellent. I find the Swing a little more rewarding though and I did not revisit the Get Shown the Light box as I originally intended. I will hit that up early spring near it's anniversary date.

I am very much looking forward to #34. ..and what about this years Box, Giants Stadium was a refreshing wild card and is just beginning to lose it's new car smell. One day the Capitol Theatre '71 run will get box set treatment. Is this the year?

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"a good night onstage with the Grateful Dead...it's what keeps me on this Earth." - JG

GD is what keeps me on this Earth, too.

(Family is a given)

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First Observation - Daves #33 is SMOKING. This one will be in HEAVY rotation. Second observation - The DP Subscription is the best no stress, cost effective way to set yourself up with quarterly bliss. By the time the first disc arrives Ive already forgotten about paying for them so they arrive without any concerns, like delicious little nuggets of sonic manna . T

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Heading home from school this week to grab my Cd and blast it through the weekend. Can’t wait for this one! Was anyone in attendance for this one or the tour? Peace

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Nice Rumsfeld reference there Jim! I've had this show for a long time, too, and I do love the better sound on this copy. I didn't go down the '77 rabbit hole since getting it, but I did take the other 2 DaPs from Fall '77 (12 11/4/77 and 25 11/6/77) and made a "supershow" of my favorite bits. A lot of DeKalb's 1st set made it, and it ended up being as long as 5/17/77, the longest May '77 show, and kind of impractical on the setlist, but it coalesces the more hit and miss nature of Fall '77 into a more cohesive May-like show. And it lets me hear the highlights on two other shows that I found good and not great. I'm super stoked for 34, and the bonus disc will be new to me, but for 35, I would love a known unknown, or even an unknown unknown. Prime example of that would be something like 11/17/71 DaP 26 or the greatest unknown unknown in this release heavy era: 7/1/78 Arrowhead.

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I got my Dave's 33 over the weekend and have given it one full listen. I have never given this show a focused listen before. Have heard about it for a very long time, but for some reason this was my first real listen to it.

Great dancing show. Super high energy. Jerry seems very inspired. Its as though he is doing finger dexterity exercises with his scales in a lot of these tunes. The guitar solo in St Stephen is insane. I can't remember hearing anything like that in the tune before.
My favorite track on one listen is Black Peter. Definitive version. Has to be top 5. A tune I love to hear throughout the 70s recordings and this one stands out immediately.
The Eyes of the world is also hot, but I agree with another post that the band is playing squarely on the beats in this show. Maybe Mickey's influence... You can really hear it in the Eyes, a little too much for my taste.

Overall, very happy with this show and I will be listening for a while. Super hot energy. Glad to hear this classic.
I can't wait for Miami 74. A personal favorite since the cassette times. Beautiful mellow energy and playing in that one.

Hope ya'll are doin well out there. Turn it up!

Obtained a copy of 10/29/77 during the mid-late 90s. At the time, we were not listening to so much Dead, but we’re so enamored with the new official releases, (especially the quality and sound) that were trickling out, that I decided (for various reasons) that I should go through the tapes, condense, keeping handy the best couple dozen, while storing the rest. So I went through every tape, color coding by sound, and storing according to classification.
Big job, but fortunately I had a lot of time, the bills were mostly taken care of, and it was a good chance for some closure after the Fat Man stopped rocking.
So I wasn’t really looking for more tapes...but a source my cousin knew had some good shit so I checked some out. Dekalb 77 was one of those. And though I didn’t keep the whole show, I loaded a good portion onto a 100, 110 minute tape as I was into that at the time to help downsize. Point being, it must of been really good to keep it then...
Now, almost 25 years later, and surprisingly only after a ton of other 77 stuff, here it is in all its Normanized glory!
MIGHT AS WELL; still jumps right outta the gate even after all these years. Not perfect, but in a good way. After Jer has a little vocal hiccup, it’s like they step it up to compensate. The jam, both Bob and Jer take nice leads but then Jerry drops out and it kinda fizzles back into the last verse.
But the big finish is perhaps why this version is known so well.
After, Bob says they need to get their space together, and he kinda sounds like it, lol.
JACK STRAW: perhaps not nuclear, but nothing here is, in a good way. Much of this show I kept thinking “their relaxed, in no hurry, the peaks build like huge swells on the ocean, Their tight, confident, just letting the music play. This is consistent through the first 4 or 5 songs, with perhaps the vocals, or more accurately the harmonies and the mix being the slight exception. The sound is good from the start, but as is normal, as they progress through the first set, entrain, and really start to gel, they and the vocal mix gets even better. In LLR the piano starts to show up in the mix nicely, and buy LOSER things are really fine. Another little vocal flub about 3:30 in, but no biggie and their use of dynamics during this show is blowing me away. JG is totally taking his time trying to get just the right gnarly tone during this one, versus a bunch of notes! It’s so nice to be able to really sit down and listen like this.
So after another big finish, Im thinking “space has been gathered” but Bob says otherwise, and again I wonder if he’s serious or just messing with the kids, who sound like their really digging it.
The next few are more of the same, with Keith stepping out more as evident with some tasty fills in RAMBLE ON ROSE, and by the time they finish ROSES, Phil is exalting that it’s the “happiest day” of his life. Curious what that’s all about, perhaps Keithfan or one of you headphone guys can pick up what their joking about?
LIG: relaxed, smooth, tight, awesome, totally on dynamics, it’s no wonder many rate this version so high.
Now I’m not all that up on 77, but to me, this ones something different, comparatively, to others. Like the Swing, it almost feels like a 76 show, except their more confident?
Comparing the 2 Estimated’s really illustrates this. The new songs are tighter now. It’s like when your riding pow, pow, and your in good shape, your core is solid, man you have it together so you can just sorta effortlessly float on top, like riding a big fluffy wave....that’s how this show sounds to me!
BERTHA: mix really starts to fill out, Keith especially, and about 5 minutes in they really start to bring it. Still unstrained, but louder, perhaps a little looser, but powerful. Maybe the pre-Set rituals are kicking things up? GOOD LOVIN’: at first transitions nicely, but then?, perhaps their still gathering their space after break time, lol, but that doesn’t last long and by about 4 minutes in their really on things, with Keith full on now, and the drummers/Mickey? Perhaps even getting a tad too strong?
Perhaps that’s why Jerry brings it down a bit with FOTD. But not much, as again, the use of dynamics is awesome, wooooooo! The crowds loving it too....
ESTIMATED: a smooth version with the peaks again like ocean swells versus high octane pedal to the meddle style, nice! After 3 listens I actually kinda like Keith’s weird synth sound, whereas on first listen it was kinda jarring and annoying.
So then, a no frills, tight, transition into EYES, with a nice little improv going in, and JG sets the feel about 1:10 in, which though post-hiatus, has such a nice relaxed mellow feel, but in a totally good way. Drums and Bass are perhaps a bit loud during the vocals, but this train is way outta the station by now. The choruses are a bit clunky, musically, like their still making the “new” band transition on this one, but the jam makes up for any of that, with a nice drop into my favorite part of this show, the space jam! At first I thought Phil was riffing on Dazed and Confused, but no, just some sweet, sweeet, weirdness! JG getting that giant bull frog tone with the mutron I love, but just briefly, then shhhhhh.........wow, that is some good shit! Does anyone know of any other 77 like this because I could dig more of this? So then they slide into STEPHEN sorta slow and slinky, compared to say an urgent, crackling 69 version, but again, in a good way.
The Harmonies perhaps a little rougher, but they, and the song in general build up nicely and then falls into a nice Bo Diddly drums and Bass into of course NFA.
“Not to tall, not too expensive”, er, a, not too long or loud, but like cruising on a wave like this whole awesome show! Nice Jam!, out of which you half expect a return to Stephen, but then they bring back down nice again into a decent PETER.
Some nice fireworks to close things out and I think it’s safe to say, you, me, the band, and the crowd are all feeling pretty good about now, boo-yah!
Occasional, consensual weekends with Supermodels might not be so bad, especially if they can’t get their space together😉

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I finally got a chance to listen to set 2 last night. While It's quite excellent in most every way, there just is no big "Snap, Crackle, or Pop" that really floats the proverbial boat. Overall, a truly enjoyable show, and I see why some folks like the first set better. My second set highlights would be FOTD, and Space>>Black Peter. There's literally nothing bad about the show, I think I'm just getting a little jaded. Also, my favorite years are '68-'72, so that might have something to do with it. In any case, that's my tuppence.
Have a peaceful day all.

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Might as well we said when ordering this special one. Pick up two . One for our Best man Jim that night. He worked on the concert committee that year while going to school there. We all missed that show. Jeff and I were Married Oct 29 1977. and still are. The dead came to Chicago a lot thanks god. It was a tough one to miss. My parents gave us a Big wedding so we just had to show. We have heard this show many times over the years . The CD is great quality. Listening on our Old Pioneer speakers from 77. as usual they rock!
. #3133 and Jims is# 8310. Peace all. Enjoy the show and the ride. There is nothing like a Grateful Dead Show!

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First time through from front to back. I like how this show feels good to listen to. The Sugar Mag at the end just smokes. Kudos to Billy and Mickey on that one.

Also received a copy of GarciaLive 12. Love the loosened and solid groove by the quartet. The vocals of Sarah Fulcher is at times inspired and other times too much. An interesting peak into the Jerry & Meri Boarding House program.

Overall I think Dave picked a great one and the sound is superb. My one criticism is that with all of the Oct 77 material cut up and used as over multiple releases and filler why none was included on disc 2? Besides that this is another great puck. Thanks Dave, Mark and everybody else who puts these out. 34 will be an epic release with bonus disc. I can only imagine what else is in store.

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I caught the opening Mississippi Half Step>Franklin's Tower today on Sirius today.... Very impressed, I don't know anything about this show, never had it in tape days. Sound quality was good as well as the playing... Gonna look it up later tonight on Archive and listen to the rest.. and by no means am I a big 81 fan, love when you get caught off guard by a show!!! bob t

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Got #20313 in Brooklyn
Yeah !!!!!!
Still haven’t received #32 yet
Called customer service with the usual “we don’t have a CLUE when you will get it
So since Dead.net or whomever has anything to do with this....doesn’t really care I decided that enuff is enuff and filed a complaint with the Better Business Bureau and hopefully will resolve my missing #32
Which by the way didn’t get to me because it was lacking my apartment number on the label . Mind you #31 was delayed for the same reason. I’m a patient person but honestly this has gotten ridiculous so hopefully the BBB will help me out .....

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Received 9214 and then realized I had the tape of the second set for at least 30 years - found it in my old tape rack and instantly remembered it. Its like reconnecting with a dear old friend. Deadhead senior moment.

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The band is cooking with pots on, gas up high on this show, so much energy, and thanks Dave the sound is terrific!

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BobT.. I listened to the first set so far of 8/30/81 Compton Terrace. '80 and '81 would be looked at differently if they were recorded well. '81 had some especially hot moments.

For Compton Terrace, I can't tell if I like the soundboard or Aud better.. which screams Matrix. The first two songs are the best of what I have listened to so far. Ring Like Fire If You Lose Your Way. What a great lyric. Very nice show so far, thank you for mixing it up and keeping us honest.

Night all.. be grateful, be kind.

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....exactly!! I've heard my share of Minglewoods, but trying to wrap my head around what Keith was playing during the DeKalb take. Harpsichord? I don't know. Mixing it up. 👌 show so far. And I'm only onto Bertha.
Looks like eBay has some cool looking GD socks. If we wait until they're back in stock on dead.net caseyjanes, we'd have coins on our eyes and the Miami Dolphins would have won the Superbowl.

Got to the Jerry site for Merch. Also.. I know for a fact, KCJ has some of those Steelie on the bottom GD glassware thingies. Here's a link.. $12. https://store.dead.net/art-home/kitchen/bolt-syf-can-style-glass.html

But give up on dead.net for merch. The stuff they are peddling is leftover from the last Winterland show.
(exception, I like and own all the stoneware mugs they have had the last few years. Only one clunker and some really cool hand made coffee mugs, if that's your thing).

..but seriously, dead.net. Get some better swank.. it's a no brainer.. sort of like having slim jims and candy bars at the checkout lane of the grocery store, it's there because people buy it and they make a friggin fortune from the margins.

Jerry site for merch = way better. Rant = over. :D

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....on some more GD stuff I don't need, but want. Wake up warner bros. 3rd party it is i guess. Don't fault me for trying.

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Wow Jim nice recall on the glassware. I commented probably a year ago about purchasing those and subsequently christening them with some tasty IPA while listening to the most recent Dave’s Pick!

Since then I’m proud to say that they have been the victim to many beer downed! Now here’s the bad part....the bottom artwork (classic red, white and blue Stealie) chips very easily and for all 4 of my glasses is almost entirely gone..I have found that any kind of warm water will eventually remove that part.

Now for the good...the bolt that is etched on the side seems to be long lasting and will not likely come off with good care, and the glass itself is off good quality as well, as not one of them has broken with fairly heavy use....so overall I’m very pleased with that purchase!

If they are still available I would recommend, but buyer beware on the stealie bottoms!

Vguy...I’m open to suggestion...has to be GD of course...but man those socks...takes me back to the 80s, and family summer vacations!

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My DaP33 arrived yesterday. #11180. Close in number to my DaP27 which was #11130. Lowest numbers I received so far are #24, #448 and #233 for DaPs31, 7 and 3 respectively.

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Took Dave's #33(otherwise known as supermodel ex-girlfriend) for a 2nd spin around the track. Liked it better than the first go-round.
Also, Anyone see that the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra and Crazy Fingers(the band) will be (trying) to re-create the infamous 3/17/70 show this year?? If I can't be there, I sure hope someone records it. I know it won't be anything like the original (most likely, how could it be?), but still, should be exciting!!

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"As I walk through
This wicked world
Searchin' for light in the darkness of insanity
I ask myself
Is all hope lost?
Is there only pain and hatred, and misery?
And each time I feel like this inside
There's one thing I wanna know:
What's so funny 'bout peace love and understanding? Ohhhh
What's so funny 'bout peace love and understanding?
And as I walk on
Through troubled times
My spirit gets so downhearted sometimes
So where are the strong
And who are the trusted?
And where is the harmony?
Sweet harmony
'Cause each time I feel it slippin' away, just makes me wanna cry
What's so funny 'bout peace love and understanding? Ohhhh
What's so funny 'bout peace love and understanding?
So where are the strong?
And who are the trusted?
And where is the harmony?
Sweet harmony
'Cause each time I feel it slippin' away, just makes me wanna cry
What's so funny 'bout peace love and understanding? Ohhhh
What's so funny 'bout peace love and understanding? Ohhhh what's so funny about peace, love and understanding"

Luckily, there is always the GD to get me through.

Such as Daves33's Eyes of the World.

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What a great release, Loving this show. So many great versions. The flow of the show is awesome. Starting to play it for the 3rd time.

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Rush Limbaugh On Jerry Garcia: "Just another dead doper. And a dirt bag."

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I agree with your Matrix comment about the show. I also agree that the first two songs I heard on Sirius were probably the best two songs of the show. i just finished listening to the rest of set II... bob t

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Whew, on 3rd listen. Definitely some highlights in Set I, Might as Well and FOTD for me. Disc three is just utterly fantastic, sounds even better than it did on cassette way back. Some filler on disc 2 would have been nice, I always like that, some others probably don't want to interrupt the flow, either way. Now, when the heck is Baltimore '77 coming out?

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Just another Dying Dope. Good Riddance, you dispenser of bigoted hate.

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Never heard this show before, but the first trip through the first set had me smiling and/or laughing out loud at each song. The laughing resulted from things getting so Just Exactly Perfect at certain moments that my smile didn't do justice to the magic my ears were receiving. Set Two tonight, possibly . . .

And I love hearing Bobby so clearly. But what was Keith up to on Minglewood? :)

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I even like the Looks Like Rain

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"EVEN"! What is LL Rain a throw away? :-) One of the ones I always love. In fact when the talk of 1981-08-30 - Compton Terrace came up and I pulled it up and threw on LLR. Oh, and Stella. 83 Rains are on fire.

Hey Jim, my recording sounds okay to me.

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...we lostbuddy today, thoughts & prayers with his family close friends band mates and fans 🙏❤️😓

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I STILL have not received my package in NYC. Had to call and they are trying to find out what happened. This is the last year I buy a subscription. The shipping has been terrible. I prefer listening to vinyl anyway

Great musician.. he's been sick for a while he will be missed.
RIP Buddy.

..and Kirk Douglas didn't quite make it to 104. A tip of the glass.

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So long old Buddy.

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