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    Hear ye, hear ye, hear ye! Gentle mistresses and most distinguished gentlemen, we have come upon the release of the DAVE'S PICKS VOLUME 37, from the Fifteenth of April in the year Nineteen Seventy-Eight, at ye olde College Of William & Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia. Cast your waistcoats and your bonnets aside, the Grateful Dead are on steady gallop from the opening high-kick of "Mississippi Half-Step" into a where are we going? where have we been? "Passenger," followed by full-on versions of "Friend Of The Devil," "El Paso," "Brown-Eyed Women," and a double-barreled "Let It Grow>Deal." Catch your breath and straighten out your tricorne because the 2nd set shows no bounds with delightful takes ("Bertha>Good Lovin'," "One More Saturday Night") and introspection ("Candyman," "Playing In The Band"). Then - great fifes and drums - it's 15 minutes of "Rhythm Devils," with band and crew gathered round to amplify the merriment before delivering a rare incantation of "Not Fade Away>Morning Dew" that sets the soul alight. Pure jollification!

    The town crier's addendum:

    Three bags full! Lest you feel 4/15/78 beginneth and endeth too quickly, we've selected highlights from Civic Arena, Pittsburgh, PA, 4/18/78 to satisfy your fancy.

    Limited to 25,000 numbered copies, DAVE'S PICKS VOLUME 37: WILLIAMSBURG, VIRGINIA 4/15/78 was recorded by Betty Cantor-Jackson and has been mastered to HDCD specs by Jeffrey Norman. It is guaranteed to sell out - often within hours.

    *2 per order. Very limited quantity available.

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  • April 6, 2021 - 2:06am
    Forensicdoceleven
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    I'm okay with being the oddball…..

    50 years ago today…..

    April 6, 1971
    Manhattan Center, New York City, New York

    Set 1: Bertha-Beat It On Down The Line-It Hurts Me Too-Me And Bobby McGee-Dire Wolf-Oh Boy-Hog For You Baby-Playing In The Band-Midnight Hour-Mama Tried-Cumberland Blues-Casey Jones

    Set 2: Greatest Story Ever Told>Johnny B. Goode-Loser-Good Lovin'-Sugar Magnolia-Not Fade Away>Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad>Not Fade Away>Truckin'

    If you like your Grateful Dead oddball, maybe this is the April 1971 show for you. Was it something in the water? Was there acid in the air? Full moon perhaps? Maybe just Friday the 13th……………???

    I love this if for nothing more than the quirky gooey goodness of the first set, with its abundance of kinda scarce to definitely rare tunes----It Hurts Me Too, Dire Wolf, Oh Boy, Hog For You Baby, Midnight Hour, Mama Tried. Did people in attendance realize what great little musical nuggets were being dropped on them? LOL! The second set is more “traditional repertoire”, with rockin’ versions of Johnny B Goode and Sugar Magnolia, a rappin’ Good Lovin’, but just an OK NFA suite UNTIL they cap the whole thing off with a crazed Truckin’! Absolutely recommended!

    Rock on!!

    Doc
    When you feel like an oddball, it never really leaves you…..

  • April 5, 2021 - 8:55pm
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    @Snafu...

    Did you get the "Hot Rats Sessions" box set that came out a couple of years ago??? Effin' amazing...there's a 15 minute instrumental version of "Willie The Pimp" that Zappa & Sugarcane just effin' go off on...also a lot of stuff that was used on "Weasel's Ripped My Flesh" & "Burnt Weenie Sandwich"...a newly remastered version of the original pressing is also included...And I was lucky enough to see the "Hot Rats Band" at the Olympic Auditorium in LA when the LP came out....

  • April 5, 2021 - 8:08pm
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    I saw Electric Flag....

    ....thought it was Black Flag. Hi Snafu! 🙌
    And music IS the best!

  • April 5, 2021 - 7:30pm
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    One more not solo

    Here's one I've burnt through since the day it was released. Hot Rats ...FZ
    Music is the best. I know there's at least one person on here that gets that

  • April 5, 2021 - 6:15pm
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    Not all the good ones are locked

    Electric Flag's A Long Time Coming is a did for me. Granted it's not a solo but Bloomfield was the driving force before he left. Almost like Kooper and BS&T another did. Of course he didn't leave voluntarily

  • April 5, 2021 - 2:10am
    Forensicdoceleven
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    Youth doesn't need friends - it only needs crowds.....

    50 years ago today…….

    April 5, 1971
    Manhattan Center, New York City, New York

    Set 1: Cold Rain And Snow-Me And Bobby McGee-The Rub-Loser-Playing In The Band-Big Railroad Blues-Me And My Uncle-Big Boss Man-China Cat Sunflower>I Know You Rider-Casey Jones

    Set 2: Truckin'>drums>The Other One>Wharf Rat-Sugar Magnolia-I'm A King Bee-Bertha-Deal-Sing Me Back Home-Not Fade Away>Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad>Turn On Your Love Light

    Does the intensity of the show match the density of the crowd? What’s the distance from Marathon to Athens?

    Perhaps the best of the three nights. Really solid performance. Good dose of well performed Pigpen tunes (including the rarities The Rub and King Bee). Fine Truckin’/Other 1/ Wharf Rat big jam. The premiere of the Dead’s cover of Sing Me Back Home. The NFA/GDTRFB that later appeared on Skullfuck. This show gets much more respect than the previous night, and maybe deservedly so. Perhaps not a certified “top tier classic” but certainly worth the $5 it took to get in. Especially if you like yodelling…………..

    Rock on!

    Doc
    We tell our triumphs to the crowds, but our own hearts are the sole confidants of our sorrows

  • April 4, 2021 - 10:38am
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    Happy Spring Fellow Heads!

    Catching up on the forum here this morning. Lot's of great posts. Fun to read

    There are a lot of solo albums that I enjoy and many of them were mentioned here. Some of my favorites:
    - "Garcia" - one of the best studio albums from the full Dead catalog IMO. All killer, no filler on that record. Second side is a mellow psychedelic masterpiece.
    - Crosby - "If I could only remember my name" - loved this one since the first time I heard it. Vibes!
    - Jorma - "Quah" - does it get any better than Genesis? I'm putting this on later today for sure :-)
    - I might put on some Gene Clark today too - can't go wrong with any of his solo albums. I think of him more on his own than in the context of the Byrds.
    - "Imagine" is one of my favorites from the whole Beatles catalogue.

    I'll add:
    Mickey Hart - "Planet Drum" - my favorite of his. I listened to that one a lot in the 90s.

    For something more recent, Stephen Malkmus, one time leader of Pavement, put out a solo album called "Traditional Techniques" in 2020. Mostly acoustic instruments, great players, well worth your time IMO.

    I'm sure there are other solo albums that I love that I'm forgetting.

    Second the shout outs to the great solo artists that keep this circus on the road - Mary E and Dr Rhino - Thank you for all that you do!

    Happy 50th Acid Month! Turn it up!

  • April 4, 2021 - 10:20am
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    memories on Easter

    27 years ago I got gassed in Orlando on Easter Sunday. And I don't mean N2O. Great show, Jerry worn out but still a great time at the show, not so much after.
    Last five
    Todd Rundgren - A Wizard, A True Star
    Ten Years After - Cricklewood Green
    Beatles - Yellow Submarine 30th year anniversary release
    Jade Warrior - Floating World
    Eric Burdon Band - Sun Secrets

    After 2nd dose a month ago, I am immune, funny, dosing used to mean something else when we used to go on tour. Time for the announcement about the upcoming boxset, Autumn 1972 would be fantastic.

  • April 4, 2021 - 9:13am
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    God and acid...

    We dropped one beautiful night at Settler's Park in Boulder, saw God in the ancient rock faces. It was accompanied by an overwhelming sense of well-being, like some kind of grandmotherly love and warmth, that everything was and is going to be OK.

    That's my last, best psychedelic memory, one that will never leave me, and I'm going to leave it right there.

  • April 4, 2021 - 8:25am
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    Gregg and Levon

    Good call, Crow, on these solo efforts. Gregg's Southern Blood was good as well, though his vocals were clearly getting creaky. Reminded me of Cash's last couple American efforts. Which I will listen to until I croak. (Southern Blood has a nice Black Muddy River on it, as well.)

    Wish Levon had been more active the last 20 years of his life. He could have been producing work as strong as Dirt Famer and Electric Dirt the whole time. (Obviously his throat cancer had a lot to do with that, but I'm guessing his stubborn bitterness did as well...) His Midnight Rambles would certainly be a stop on my Time Machine.

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Hear ye, hear ye, hear ye! Gentle mistresses and most distinguished gentlemen, we have come upon the release of the DAVE'S PICKS VOLUME 37, from the Fifteenth of April in the year Nineteen Seventy-Eight, at ye olde College Of William & Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia. Cast your waistcoats and your bonnets aside, the Grateful Dead are on steady gallop from the opening high-kick of "Mississippi Half-Step" into a where are we going? where have we been? "Passenger," followed by full-on versions of "Friend Of The Devil," "El Paso," "Brown-Eyed Women," and a double-barreled "Let It Grow>Deal." Catch your breath and straighten out your tricorne because the 2nd set shows no bounds with delightful takes ("Bertha>Good Lovin'," "One More Saturday Night") and introspection ("Candyman," "Playing In The Band"). Then - great fifes and drums - it's 15 minutes of "Rhythm Devils," with band and crew gathered round to amplify the merriment before delivering a rare incantation of "Not Fade Away>Morning Dew" that sets the soul alight. Pure jollification!

The town crier's addendum:

Three bags full! Lest you feel 4/15/78 beginneth and endeth too quickly, we've selected highlights from Civic Arena, Pittsburgh, PA, 4/18/78 to satisfy your fancy.

Limited to 25,000 numbered copies, DAVE'S PICKS VOLUME 37: WILLIAMSBURG, VIRGINIA 4/15/78 was recorded by Betty Cantor-Jackson and has been mastered to HDCD specs by Jeffrey Norman. It is guaranteed to sell out - often within hours.

*2 per order. Very limited quantity available.

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....I camped out all night for this place in line. Now where's my Dave's 37.

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Mine's on its way.

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Let's do this.
PLAY DEAD
PLAY DEAD LOUD
HAPPY FRIDAY DEADLAND

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Dave sure is happy on this seaside chat.

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Any other subscribers still waiting on their shipping notification?

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Seems like the overwhelming majority of the Drums segment from 4/18/78 has been cut, but I cant' say I'm complaining. On another note, it's interesting to note that Dave specifically points out in the Seaside Chat that partial releases, such as 4/18/78, will most likely never see the light of day as full releases. For example, while only parts of the second set from 4/19/84 were included in DaP 35, we will most certainly never see the show in its entirety. Just something to mull over. It only makes me disappointed because parts of 9/18/90 were released as a bonus disc during Road Trips, so there may never be a full release of one of *arguably* the most beautiful and excellent shows of the 90s'. Anyways, my DaP 37 is in San Leandro so hoping it crosses the Bay any day now :))))

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Just to respond to an earlier comment, if you are a subscriber, there's a good chance you never got a shipping notification *I personally didn't*. However, if you check the order status there's a good chance it's already been shipped. Good luck!

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VIEWTIFUL_ALAN, I have not received mine either. Shipping on 36 was a complete disaster for many, hope this isn't the case for 2021.

Shipping status still indicates not shipped.

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This and 36 other reasons to be thankful, grateful, and happy.

Bring it on - never heard this one nor any of the filler however the next night (4/16) is one of my all-time favorites so this can't really go wrong.

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Lo and behold, it is as the prophet spaked (thanks JoshbytheBay): though a shipping notice we have naught, if ye subscribers check yr order's odor, you may see that by the grace of St. Dilbert it has indeed shippethed. Or so it says.

And now, like Mr. Plow, we play the waiting game.

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this is the absolute truth:

last night I dreamed there was one of these community Rhythm Devils sessions. Jerry was participating, and I was too. What was really weird was that Jerry was wearing a Jamaican tam on his noggin.

it was pretty cacophonic. but i got to play.

20 minutes of those RDs...stay on target Proudfoot...stay on target...

I kvetched about the nearly 20 minute Space from 6/19/94 recently...

THANK YOU DAVE!!!

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My shipping notice came a couple days ago. I have subscribed every year since they first started them and am glad that Dave and company have been mixing it up (except nothing from 90s yet).

I actually just started listening to Dave's Picks 36 having waited since getting it months ago and the crowd energy and virtually perfectly crafted performances with Jerry's recovery and return are perfect for that release. My first post-coma shows were Alpine later that year in summer and they were epic. My timing of coming into the Dead and age demographic are pretty much the same as Dave's. My first show was in 84, then send one and third in 86. Alpine 87 was my third outing. By 89 I was finally hitting multiple tours and venue stops. It was a pretty exviting time to be a fan and witness their growth in real time from Jerry's recovery to the MIDI experiments of 89 and beyond.

A short few years later it was gone in a flash, but I sure enjoyed the ride while it was still cruising.....and still am.

I think I finally get where Dave's choices help to bring a rounded out experience to any ears that want to hear history.

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LOL, I can’t believe how much I’ve become attached to the seaside chats! Almost as much as some of the releases lol.
I could totally see just sitting around a bar with Dave and a couple other Dead nutz, hockey game on in the background, arguing about the Dead....maybe I’ve just been cooped up too long lol.
The man sure can sell that’s for sure! He takes some of these shows that I’m sorta nonplussed about and gets me psyched. Don’t get me wrong, I’m thrilled for each and every release, but we all have hopes for “those” shows (thinking of you HF lol), so some releases provide different levels of let’s say, individual enthusiasm. Dave makes em all special!
Good job eh! PLEASE, keep em coming!
And yes, thanks to all the Dead/rhino crew for all ya do, especially Marye.
Now if only we could choose our shipping method, ahem...

Interesting about clarifying that partially released stuff is from shows that won’t get full treatment/release. Makes sense to me, and it’s good to know what’s what etc. Wonder about “there’s no master list”...I think they they might not have a “set list” made up, but there’s probably a master “song list” that their choosing from of what he said; good shows that we have good tapes of”
You’d think there’d be some discussion or ruff drafts of certain things I.e., June 76, or Fillmore 69, or E72...
Let’s face it though, unfortunately there will be limits as to what/when shows will come out.

SHIPPING NOTICES; many of you have inquired about lack of notices etc. personally I’ve had releases where I didn’t get one at all, or got one about the time it arrived, or even after. Received one this time and if there’s no snafus with the PO/shipping labels etc mine should be here early next week. 🤞
But hey, As long as they show up.....mayor Jim and some others still haven’t received 36, and unfortunately i think there’s some folks still trying to hunt down others...
I guess every silver linings got a touch of gray...

FUTURE: was a little bummed he didn’t at least tease us with “future” info. Like will we get an WOTF anniversary release as HF thinks, and of course the million dollar question; what’s in the box? I think it’s fun for all of us to have some tid bit of information to speculate about, (GIVE IT UP DAVE), like the recent 80s rumors...Unfortunately I don’t think we’re getting a WOTF 50th this year. My interpretation of the accelerated release schedule is more about the last few since if they went the full 50 years half of us could be dead. But I hope I’m wrong! ; )

Okay, please Mr postman!

EDIT: Crow, you are one funny mofo, thanks!

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I subscribed, I did not get a shipping notice, checked the mail box earlier and 37 was waiting. 30 minutes later the email came in about the release. Feeling good and lucky and happy for the weekend.
Stay safe and take care
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shipping notice, no product...but that's cool, it'll get here eventually...but honestly after listening to this on archive I'm kinda meh about it...just me...

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Say you that it's no WOTF 50th till 2023?? I'm so old my CD player remote finger is getting creaky...

I think they want to keep the 50th thing rolling and we'll have it by mid-year. And because Dave wants a two-disc companion show, it'll be ... oh well, I have ranted for too long and y'all know my rap.

I'm less enamored than some on Dave's sea side, squishy-toed schpiels... I fast forward to the last couple minutes to see if he drops a box-related tidbit. He's keeping his powder dry (as I tried to at many rainy shows) as this is only the end of January. By the next DP, he'll say something. Then Bolo will jack us around! All in good fun.

After reading show reviews of 4-15-78 on the Setlist Program, I'm pretty psyched for this release. And when 2 1/2 hours of music is considered a "short" show, it reminds me of the good old daze, when that meant a four-hour excursion, not to mention the adventure of getting safety to and from the shows, which in my case is a relative concept. (Englishtown, lost my ride, found some cardboard and rolled up into it for the night, caught a ride straight to my door the next day...)

Oro -- at one time I beseeched everyone to live in the moment and stop speculating. And here I am, the very worst cannonball-into-the-pool nutcase. So it goes................

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Always a favorite- released right at the turning point of a long, Midwest winter.

Dave needs his own nature show, methinks. I'd subscribe to that too.

Play Dead!

yeah but your our cannonball into the pool nutcase and I think I can speak for others when saying we wouldn’t want ya any other way! Freak freely my brother, rock on!

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I received a shipping notice two days ago and a tracking number. However, it's not showing up in the UPS system. Oh well, just as long as I get it. Never had issues before so I'm not to concerned.

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What Gives ?...I cannot order by calling anymore....I tried using my mobile phone but it kept saying I cannot order more than 2 CDs...FINE ! I just want to order just ONE !...It kept sending me back to the Order page....I HATE the fact that one cannot call in to order. Sometimes Changes are NOT for the better Amigos...

Pretty sweet GBEN. I love hearing these stories. Enjoy! What does your order status say?

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I own a few 78s , Library of Congress.

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a license plate that said

5-8-77

no Deadhead stickers or anything else

it was a Tesla, not a Cadillac, btw

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No message, tracking number...no clue...& there it was on my porch. What a nice weekend surprise for a cold and wet Friday...hope all are safe and well.....

I have just snuck through the door and ordered a copy of this one, seemingly without any problems. First time I have not subscribed. Weirdly, it feels more satisfying buying it this way, although I may end up paying more if I get them all, and I will of course miss out on the bonus disc. But it feels as if I have chosen to buy this show myself. Increasingly, with the subscriptions, I was starting to feel as though someone else was deciding what I bought, and was picking shows I wouldn't myself have chosen. This way, I feel I am getting back to getting what I decide to get.
Of course, if you want everything, its not a problem, and you are probably better off subscribing.

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Just wanted to share that #37 is coming in tomorrow ahead of the storm.

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Based on the Listening Party, this is a fantastic sounding recording! Great job by Betty. Just based on that little bit sounds like she got a better mix than DaP 7 and 15 from the following week. Could be my ears fooling me, just sounds like one of her better tapes. Love the filler, especially cutting the 18 min Drums down to what I assume is the lead into Samson. Really interested to hear Scarlet> Dancing, will wait til it arrives and not listen to one on the Archive. Also digging that 4/12/78 is still a possibility for future release.

Picked up one of the glasses and a tshirt (burnt orange is one of my favorite colors, especially for a shirt, so they had my money right there), as well. Wonder if all this year's Picks will have a glass, or if they just really liked that cover, which, it is one of the best covers in the

PS if you do listen to the Listening Party, listen out for Jack a Roe teases in Let It Grow. Heard it while typing and was pretty cool.

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Looks like Ducks Yas Yas in the background.
When i think of “the Penguin”, no not Admiral Richard Byrd alone in Antarctica, I fast forward to those fabulous 60s and yes, Burgess Meredith.

on a roll today folks 😀 Look out Vguy. Hell, Simon Rob, everyone with the humor lately.....NICE!
“Does anyone remember laughter”

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I’m sure some(but not all) know this but:
Shipping innovations means UPS gets it to your Post Office, and once Uncle Sam has it, THEN your tracking number will be in effect.
Used to work for the P.O. (Like Phil).

I’m still just gonna wait it out, works best for me. About to cue up Dave’s 26, haven’t played it in a while. Be safe, enjoy the white powder!!

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Hi All, I hope everyone is doing well. I have haven't commented in a while as I have been navigating through some work and other events. So we knew what this show was going to be and I am quite excited for it. It looks like it will be high energy. Of course with it being a Betty Board, that just adds to it.

I am equally excited for the generous portion of the Pittsburgh show we are getting as well. First, any time we get this much filler its always welcome. Second, I had made a comment many months ago when this was revealed to be the 1st show in the 2021 subscription run, that we should take guesses at what show the extra material would be pulled from. Dave L described that it would come from a good but under the radar show. I am fairly knowledgeable on 1978 GD, but I have gaps when comes to listening to specific tours. I did not know much about the spring tour. When I was consulting the Deadbase as to which show it could be, I hoped for the Pittsburgh show. This is not because of my hometown bias, but the 2nd set looked intriguing. The Scarlet > Dancing segue seems unique especially for the time period. I don't think of Scarlet not being paired with Fire back then. I know eventually it would occasionally be on its own or paired with other songs. Still I always I think of it paired with Fire from 77-79, so this looks cool. Regardless, I am looking forward to getting Vol. 37. I got my shipping notice a few days ago but it hasn't arrived yet.

Stay safe and well everyone and hopefully soon we'll all be spinning this fine music.

Some funny stuff in these threads.. pretty positive so far..

I'm with Oroborous, the seaside chats amuse me and do get my blood pumping in anticipation. I am stoked to hear the cleaned up, pristine sounding NFA>Jam>Morning Dew.. I still can't get over how good the Dew they snuck into #29 at the end of the Swing was. These incredible sounding Betty Board Morning Dews are phenomenal, I will gladly take any I can get my grubby little paws on.. but there are so few to be had.

I do have a piece of troubling news, however. It appears while breaking down his camera equipment and tripod, Dave was attacked by an angry mob of sea otters. You would not think this to look at them because they are so playful and cute, but sea otters are short tempered marine mammals with strong teeth and a powerful bite.. and apparently have been clamoring for 1969 for some time with no success.

Join me in wishing Dave a complete and speedy recovery.

Ignore sea mammals at your own peril people..

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So while I'm still being "processed " I'm going to spend time with FZ

....yet #16978 was in my mailbox tonight.
I reminded myself of Jack Skellington in Nightmare Before Christmas.
"What is this, what is this?"
There's a 1. A 69. And a 78 in my number. I don't know what that means, but sounds neat.

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As a freshman in college, my good friend Phil Epstein and I hitchhiked from New Paltz, NY 4/14/78 to Williamsburg. We had seen Garcia Band, but this was to be our first GD show. The next day was parents day on campus at William and Mary, and the khakis and blue blazers were roaming and staring at the tie-dyed invasion. The show was high energy. The band was on it. The crowd excited. A thoroughly satisfying show! Last week my friend Phil and I were excited about the release of DP37, as this was our first show, and it was epic. As the universe would have it, Phil passed away suddenly last Sunday. This is dedicated to his memory. RIP.

Not only would you have loved Phil, a truly beautiful person, but he would have loved you back. Would have given you his shirt if you were cold, his water if you were thirsty. We had seen hundreds of shows since W&M, and he was the guy you never met, but smiled and high-fived you after Jerry just blew our minds...huge smile on his face...the epitamy of what a Deadhead and generous soul should be. My profile pic is my $6 stub from 4/15/78...

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I purchased a Dap 37 glass for my beer. I'll feel more sophisticated drinking beer from this glass. Mmmmm, beer.

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....you know? I probably did. I do that a lot.
I do that at hockey games too.
Fuck covid.
On the bright side, this release sounds incredible. And the band is on.
Could always be worse.
You guys got an awesome first show.

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Hi, You must have placed your order so quickly that you didn’t read the blurb about the beverage glass.

“To honor this year's Dave's Picks releases we will be dropping 4 collective beverage glasses, 1 for each release. Collect all 4! Limited edition run of 1000 units.”

That looks like there will be one for each DaP.

Good luck getting them all.

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