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    Pacific Northwest ’73-’74: The Complete Recordings Boxed Set

    WHAT'S INSIDE:
    6 Complete Shows On 19 Discs
    • 6/22/73 P.N.E. Coliseum, Vancouver, B.C.
    • 6/24/73 Portland Memorial Coliseum, Portland, OR
    • 6/26/73 Seattle Center Arena, Seattle, WA
    • 5/17/74 P.N.E. Coliseum, Vancouver, B.C.
    • 5/19/74 Portland Memorial Coliseum, Portland, OR
    • 5/21/74 Hec Edmundson Pavilion, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
    Mastered in HDCD from the original master tapes by Jeffrey Norman at Mockingbird Mastering
    Masters transferred and restored by Plangent Processes
    Original Art by First Nations Artist Roy Henry Vickers
    Photos by Richie Pechner
    Individually Numbered, Limited Edition of 15,000

    Includes an immediate digital download of "Eyes Of The World (P.N.E. Coliseum, Vancouver, Canada 5/17/74)"

    "We were in the Pacific Northwest...between somewhere in Washington and some other where in Oregon. The road took us to the lip on a ridge, from where we could see around us for many miles in all directions … It was breathtaking to behold, but as we watched, we had a firm realization that we were witnessing something even more beautiful than our eyes could ever take in … Life causes life. Heaven and Earth dance in this way endlessly, and their child is the forest. And so there we were, epiphanously watching that grandest and most glorious dance of life—of which we are just a tiny part—awed by a magnificence without beginning, without end..."

    Bob Weir, “Sell Headwaters—Everyone Wins,” San Francisco Chronicle

    The Pacific Northwest offers up a rich feast of land, sky, and water. It is ripe with influences, abundant with symbols, deep and spirited. It should, therefore, come as no surprise that the Grateful Dead played some of their most inspired shows on these fertile grounds. It does, however, sometimes take a breath for the elements to re-align years later. It seems for us, they finally have and we are able to present not just a glimpse of the band's extraordinary exploratory tour through the region, but a two-tour bounty as the PACIFIC NORTHWEST ’73-’74: THE COMPLETE RECORDINGS.

    For PACIFIC NORTHWEST ’73-’74: THE COMPLETE RECORDINGS, we've paired two short runs made up of six previously unreleased shows - P.N.E. Coliseum, Vancouver, B.C. (6/22/73); Portland Memorial Coliseum, Portland, OR (6/24/73); Seattle Center Arena, Seattle, WA (6/26/73); P.N.E. Coliseum, Vancouver, Canada (5/17/74); Portland Memorial Coliseum, Portland, OR (5/19/74); and Hec Edmundson Pavilion, University of Washington, Seattle, WA (5/21/74). Each show has been mastered in HDCD from the original master tapes by Jeffrey Norman at Mockingbird Mastering. The transfers from the masters were transferred and restored by Plangent Processes, further ensuring that this is the best, most authentic that these shows have ever sounded.

    PACIFIC NORTHWEST ’73-’74: THE COMPLETE RECORDINGS comes in an ornate box created by Canada’s preeminent First Nations artist Roy Henry Vickers (more on this tremendous artist soon). To complement the music, the set also includes a 64-page book with an in-depth essay by Grateful Dead scholar Nicholas G. Meriwether and photos by Richie Pechner.

    Due September 7th, this release is limited to 15,000 individually numbered copies and available exclusively from dead.net. You'll want to grab a copy while you can and sit back, relax, and enjoy all the exclusive content we'll be rolling out over the next few weeks.

    Looking for something a little more byte-sized? The collection will also be available for HD digital download in FLAC and ALAC, exclusively at dead.net, on release day. You can pre-order it now too.

    Get it while you can.

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  • July 4, 2021 - 4:10pm
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    Is this box now sold out?…

    Is this box now sold out? They list it, but it seems like that is just some old data. Great set. I love it, but I don't have it physically. Not a huge deal, but it is very lovely.

  • December 4, 2020 - 3:48pm
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    I just received my edition…

    I just received my edition of the Northwest Complete Recordings 73 74. Showed up without tracking or any email confirmations . So Glad You Made It. Can't Wait.

  • October 21, 2020 - 5:05pm
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    Daverock

    I have the vinyl too. Grate companions to the CD Box.

  • October 20, 2020 - 3:38am
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    Crow told me-spot on

    I keep going back to this box - superb. Especially the 1974 shows. I went so far as to get 5/19/74 and the Playing in the Band from 5/21/74 on vinyl. There are a few problems with vocals on both, but this matters not a jot. The playing, as you say, from all band members, is absorbing. After 1970 they only needed Bill on drums.

    I also agree with icecrmcnkd - a box of October 1974 with bells and whistles would make a great release.

  • October 19, 2020 - 5:25pm
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    Yes, this Box rocks

    But it’s now time, Dave, for the Complete Winterland October 74 Box - audio, video, and bonus material.
    Bring it on.

  • October 19, 2020 - 4:19pm
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    Late to the party, but ...

    ... just wanted to share how delighted I am with the music in this set, and encourage anyone who’s not taken the plunge to just go ahead and get it already.

    There’s been some chatter in another thread about how long it’s taking to sell out this box, and all I can say is that, as much as I love ’73 and ’74, I didn’t order mine till Rhino put it on sale. Maybe some people are settling for the 3-disc version, which is understandable, given the difference in price and given that they did manage to include some very high highlights (including the 45 minute PITB!) in that set.

    Also causing some hesitation for me was the packaging. Don’t get me wrong: it’s beautiful! The art work is amazing. But speaking as someone who already has problems finding shelf space for my CDs, I wasn’t sure where I’d put this giant box. (In case anybody upstairs is listening: I thought the June 1976 box really hit the sweet spot between packaging that was elaborate enough to make the box feel special but also small enough to not cause problems.)

    Anyway, the music. The MUSIC. For me, this era was flat out the best the band ever sounded, and it’s an incredible joy to hear them in such fine audio. There are a few “surprises,” the kind of vocal drop outs and oddities in the mix that would’ve rated a “caveat” back in the Dick’s days. Mostly, these are very temporary, and in all cases the sound is really really good once everybody settles in. As usual, Jerry’s louder than Bob, but you can hear them both very distinctly, and they constantly (constantly!) are playing their asses off. Phil’s on fire throughout. And BK? He makes a solid case here that the Dead never needed another drummer. Keith comes through nicely, and plays well. I suppose we could say that the vocals were erratic during this period, and I would admit that’s true here. But the singing is mostly good to great, and man oh man, the band sounds fantastic!

    I’ve only listened to each show once so far—given the complaints about missing discs and whatnot, I felt like I should make a point of listening all the way through to make sure nothing was amiss—so I’m not really ready to call out a favorite show, or even favorite tunes. But I will say that the PITBs, the Bird Songs, the Eyes, the China-Riders are all, for me, as good as they get. Their playing was so spontaneous, so open, so powerful, so much soul, so imperfectly perfect.

    Yes, I suppose there are other, equally worthy eras. But man, ’73 and ’74 were beautiful.

  • October 19, 2020 - 11:04am
    Slow Dog Noodle
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    6-22-73

    The hour or so of music from He's Gone through the end of Wharf Rat is one of the top 5 hours of music the dead ever played.

    There, I said it. This box is worth every penny for that hour of music alone.

  • October 14, 2020 - 6:45am
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    Pacific Northwest show disc one song 11 jack straw

    Pacific northwest show disc 1 song 11 Jack straw four minutes and 35 seconds there is a skip defect in the disc. Is there any way getting a replacement cd for the box set I bought.

  • September 26, 2020 - 3:49pm
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    Testing with Lossless Audio…

    Testing with Lossless Audio Checker shows the June 1976 FLAC download in 24/192 format ( https://store.dead.net/music/digital/june-1976-flac-192-24-1.html ) and the Pacific Northwest '73-'74- The Complete Recordings FLAC download in 24/192 ( https://store.dead.net/music/boxed-sets/pacific-northwest-73-74-the-com… ) to be "Upsampled." I have notified Jeffrey Norman and Rhino. I sent Jeffrey the logs of the LAC test results showing 80% of the June 76 files being upsampled. While he was very nice in his response, he had no explanation for the finding. Rhino has not responded to any e-mails. It is important to note that the files on both test “Clean” after downsampling to 24/96, which, likely, means the files, were originally digitized at 24/96 or digitized at 24/192 and downsampled to 24/96 for mastering. Whatever the case Rhino needs to disclose this fact on their web site or change the files for sale to 24/96.

  • May 20, 2020 - 2:04pm
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    Sale

    Check out Rhino for sale through this weekend

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Pacific Northwest ’73-’74: The Complete Recordings Boxed Set

WHAT'S INSIDE:
6 Complete Shows On 19 Discs
• 6/22/73 P.N.E. Coliseum, Vancouver, B.C.
• 6/24/73 Portland Memorial Coliseum, Portland, OR
• 6/26/73 Seattle Center Arena, Seattle, WA
• 5/17/74 P.N.E. Coliseum, Vancouver, B.C.
• 5/19/74 Portland Memorial Coliseum, Portland, OR
• 5/21/74 Hec Edmundson Pavilion, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
Mastered in HDCD from the original master tapes by Jeffrey Norman at Mockingbird Mastering
Masters transferred and restored by Plangent Processes
Original Art by First Nations Artist Roy Henry Vickers
Photos by Richie Pechner
Individually Numbered, Limited Edition of 15,000

Includes an immediate digital download of "Eyes Of The World (P.N.E. Coliseum, Vancouver, Canada 5/17/74)"

"We were in the Pacific Northwest...between somewhere in Washington and some other where in Oregon. The road took us to the lip on a ridge, from where we could see around us for many miles in all directions … It was breathtaking to behold, but as we watched, we had a firm realization that we were witnessing something even more beautiful than our eyes could ever take in … Life causes life. Heaven and Earth dance in this way endlessly, and their child is the forest. And so there we were, epiphanously watching that grandest and most glorious dance of life—of which we are just a tiny part—awed by a magnificence without beginning, without end..."

Bob Weir, “Sell Headwaters—Everyone Wins,” San Francisco Chronicle

The Pacific Northwest offers up a rich feast of land, sky, and water. It is ripe with influences, abundant with symbols, deep and spirited. It should, therefore, come as no surprise that the Grateful Dead played some of their most inspired shows on these fertile grounds. It does, however, sometimes take a breath for the elements to re-align years later. It seems for us, they finally have and we are able to present not just a glimpse of the band's extraordinary exploratory tour through the region, but a two-tour bounty as the PACIFIC NORTHWEST ’73-’74: THE COMPLETE RECORDINGS.

For PACIFIC NORTHWEST ’73-’74: THE COMPLETE RECORDINGS, we've paired two short runs made up of six previously unreleased shows - P.N.E. Coliseum, Vancouver, B.C. (6/22/73); Portland Memorial Coliseum, Portland, OR (6/24/73); Seattle Center Arena, Seattle, WA (6/26/73); P.N.E. Coliseum, Vancouver, Canada (5/17/74); Portland Memorial Coliseum, Portland, OR (5/19/74); and Hec Edmundson Pavilion, University of Washington, Seattle, WA (5/21/74). Each show has been mastered in HDCD from the original master tapes by Jeffrey Norman at Mockingbird Mastering. The transfers from the masters were transferred and restored by Plangent Processes, further ensuring that this is the best, most authentic that these shows have ever sounded.

PACIFIC NORTHWEST ’73-’74: THE COMPLETE RECORDINGS comes in an ornate box created by Canada’s preeminent First Nations artist Roy Henry Vickers (more on this tremendous artist soon). To complement the music, the set also includes a 64-page book with an in-depth essay by Grateful Dead scholar Nicholas G. Meriwether and photos by Richie Pechner.

Due September 7th, this release is limited to 15,000 individually numbered copies and available exclusively from dead.net. You'll want to grab a copy while you can and sit back, relax, and enjoy all the exclusive content we'll be rolling out over the next few weeks.

Looking for something a little more byte-sized? The collection will also be available for HD digital download in FLAC and ALAC, exclusively at dead.net, on release day. You can pre-order it now too.

Get it while you can.

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Congrats on your new addition. Hope we can have another family outing at a daytime DSO show... Take care and give Ingrid our congrats! Bob and Darlene
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It always amused me that Sonny needed an older generation Italian to "translate" the Sicilian message, "Luca Brasi Sleeps with the Fishes". What if Clemenza wasn't there at that hour to interpret? Sonny would have been like "hey check out this new wall decoration someone sent as a get well gift for Pop...this is so cool....a couple of fish in a bulletproof vest - why didn't I think of that?!?" And then Tom Hagen is like, "no Sonny, this is a Sicilian message" and Sonny's like "I know Tom, I know! I didn't want to discuss too much of the family business in front of Michael - but as always, our trusted concierge, you know best." And turning to Michael, Sonny says, "Tom's right... It's a Sicilian message alright... It means, if Pop makes it through this, he needs to start wearing a bulletproof vest..."
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Congratulations Sixtus family and welcome to il nuovo bambino che rimbalza! We're counting on you Tigran! All the best! Onward!
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Got this one rockin this morning, my first listen....Beautiful Sunday show makes for perfect Saturday morning listening! Gorgeous TLMD, WRS>LIG>China Doll Some other interesting moments...first and last performed "Let It Rock" (Chuck Berry Cover - I wonder why the first & last performed?), and first ever Seastones.... Congrats Sixtus on your new addition to the family!! Big shout out to Jim for helping to fill my calendar for probably the next 3 years...And to Oxford 88 for filling my order for all KC shows that are known to exist, plus the other "tasty boots" that he has promised. You guys rock...thank you very much!!! Oroboros.....I've been thinking about your Winterland Story all week....makes me smile, smile, smile everytime! Looked up the you tube video and sure enough, at the end of Fire on the Mountain, the dragon lurks....so fuckin cool!!! Happy Saturday Dead people, KCJ
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Congratulations, Ingrid, Tigran, and Sixtus! Today is Robert Hunter's birthday, I believe. The word gifts given us by this master poet make the music we all cherish infinitely more fascinating. Without Robert's lyrics, I know I would not crave this band as much as I do. Even on song versions where the group's playing may lack a certain X Factor, I can always take interest in, and find new depth in Robert's poems. Happy Birthday, Robert! You are a crucial member of the Grateful Dead.
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Whereabouts in South Jersey, KeithFan? 'Cause that's the land of my origin.
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I am continuing my gentle canter through Europe 1972, and today was Amsterdam, 5/10/72. Its a show that meant absolutely nothing to me-I've played it before-3 or 4 times , I guess, but nothing stuck in my mind about it. Surprising-because its amazing! The first set-in fact the first two cds are pretty good-like any other cds of a band you like playing at the top of their game. Its on the 3rd cd that things really take off-an incredible jam from Truckin' to The Other One-Me and Bobby Mcghee-The Other One and winding up with Wharf Rat. One of the best uses of a wah wah pedal I have ever heard. A truly exceptional sequence of music. The 4th cd feature some more high energy music, punctuated by another excellent Sing Me Back Home. If they hadn't played so many other great shows in Europe 1972-and maybe if they hadn't all been released at the same time (not that I'm complaining) this would surely have been heralded as one of the best shows of all time. I normally leave a gap after playing a Europe 72 show...but after this I felt like some more-so off we go into Rotterdam for the following night. Great news from Sixtus, too-happy days indeed!
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Happy belated birthday Tigris. Hopefully you'll find a way to get some sleep.
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Holy Smokes!!!!! Sweden has got to be wondering how the hell a ball can spin like that!!!!!That was awesome, regardless if you dig the Germans or not. Would have liked to see the Swedes advance. But no denying the skill of that last goal! Darn!!
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Thanks for the link eyes43. I was able to catch Peter Rowan's set. Dang, that brought back memories. I used to see him at the Birchmere in Alexandria, VA some 30 years ago. He and his band still sound as great as ever!
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6/23/26 Louis Armstrong6/23/38 Billie Holliday 6/23/57 Hank Mobley 6/23/58 Count Basie 6/23/67 Miles Davis 6/23/74 GOGD And one more for Septimus: Sound Dimension: Mojo Rocksteady Beat (wicked!)
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....damn Deadicated. That is some serious mini umbrella drinking, smoking ganja stuff going on. Thanks!! Loving the trombone. Kudos....p.s. Spotify is your friend.
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Great place to see a show.. I hope everyone there is having a good time.
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It would be nice to see a portion of the proceeds for this amazing release being donated to the tribes of the Northwest Coast for using their traditional story-telling iconography. This is by far the the most beautiful cover art to ever grace the band's albums.
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please enjoy 12/3/79 another nice show from 79 where _dat_ box at?
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Sitting here sipping a little coffee and jamming on a crunchy Miller SBD of 6/24/90 (he does just as good a job as Jeffrey Norman) Just sliding into Slipknot!!!! Love it!!!
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Mitch Mitchell was a cool drummer. He was a major part of the JHE's sound, at least live.
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And get the hell of my lawn, you damned hippies!Guess Bobby was having a bad day. Happens to the best of us.
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Any indication of the size of the actual box? Dave mentioned in his seaside chat that he was thinking about displaying this box in his home as a de facto piece of art or some sort of display piece. Despite my wife's love for Vancouver Island and the fact that we already have a Roy Henry Vickers print hanging in our home, that will be a tough sell in my house if this box is ginormous, beautiful as it may be.
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Been diving into early 80s Grateful Dead recently. While the setlists may seem uninteresting on paper, this era contains some of the most imaginative playing of the band's career; particularly Jerry. I listened to the Dane County show and Poplar Creek shows from 1983 this weekend. Jerry's playing is inventive and different. He seemed to be at the peak of his creative power in the early 80s, before the diabetes and health issues really began to take effect. This is a generally unfamiliar era for me, with scores of shows I've never heard, but it's worth digging around a little bit, and you will find yourself pretty blown away.
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that when ya read it(or type it or write it...),it reads "Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo" but when they sing it it's "Half-Step...Mississippi Uptown...Toodeloo"? Bueller...Bueller...
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First - I always only type "Mississippi Half-Step" in my song titles. I have found if the titles get too long I can have file path names that are too long for my backups. This isn't the bone. The "Bone" - I'm working thru the labeling of D&C shows and I find they played a show at the "Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center"!!! What the hell kind of name is that!?! Nothing said musical entertainment like home mortgage. Remember when they called them things like "performing art centers",, "memorial stadiums" (sure we memorialize our troops until we could sell the name for a buck) This is a thing I wish they stop. You see a name today like "Preparation H Hemorrhoidal Stadium" and NEVER think you're seeing the Yankees. The other side I hate,,, everytime we talk about corporate tax we hear corps don't pay taxes, customers do. Then who the hell is paying for the name on the building???? Can you show me one report that shows return on advertising dollars from stadium naming rights! Ok, bone picked. Back to what you were doing.
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Stadiums do like big holes from above, true?
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The tapes from that show suck.. but if you were there you know how hot a show that was... Just saying, you had to be there. Too funny.. I hate that too. We have become so corporate and not for the better.
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Excellent, entertaining read; very detailed and fascinating insight into all the business aspects of post-Jerry years, as well as all the inter personal ups and downs. All things considered, not as ugly as I expected; Jill Lesh comes across as a greedy control freak, the exit of Steve Kimock was particularly unpleasant. Other than that, it's pretty much typical band arguments. Of note, was the disagreements regarding tempos and loudness, with Bobby insisting on slowing everything down to emphasize lyrics, and wanting Phil to turn down his bass(sacrilege!) Oh, we also learned that rowdy Billy K. grabbed Jill's breastusses backstage...
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you have to wonder how much money are in mattress sales that you can afford to purchase naming rights? Or do new mattress come with cash in them?
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....they should let everyone bring a pillow in. During drumz, let everyone have a pillow fight. That would be awesome!!
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Mattress Firm? Cripes. Proud of KC's Arrowhead and Kaufman Stadiums. Hang in there KC.
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I recall there being some drama as Kimock left The Other Ones.... He appeared a week or so later at a separate event and, If I recall correctly, he got a rousing ovation and flipped an emphatic double-bird, as if at his previous band mates.. Can someone give a quick thumbnail gyst of that beef? I call the song in question simply "Half Step." I think the multiple "official" names are just a SNAFU, similar to "Brown Eyed Women" being given a typo and accidentally listed (and officially published as) "Brown Eyed Woman" (singular instead of plural) on Europe '72. As for song tempos and bass volume, etc... I'm in a band - these topics are all pawns in a power struggle. As with all rock bands, you get to a point where you're not going to back down after xxx years.... Me, I like the slower tempos - most of the time it works, but sometimes yes, it drags. As for bass volume, my experience is the bass may be too loud on stage, but away from the stage it sounds just right - this is why bass players are often placed on a far corner of the stage, not in the middle, as Phil likes to do sometimes.
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Steve Parish & Ramrod fired by the Leshes; they resented the fact that Jill was making decisions such as how to load/unload equipment, and what attire was acceptable or not on stage.Parish told Kimock he should be making more $$ Kimock asks Jill for a raise, Jill goes on a tirade. Kimock leaves the room. Jill catches up with him, yelling and then throws a bunch of crumpled dollar bills at Kimock, while shouting "you want more money?" Kimock left the tour the next day, quoting Dylan and Hunter on his website. After reading the book, it's obvious all these people had really bad tempers!!
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………..lost in a shaft of sunlight, The wild thyme unseen, or the winter lightning Or the waterfall, or music heard so deeply That it is not heard at all, but you are the music While the music lasts. T.S. Eliot
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Just popped in 6/26/76 Relaxing, sipping a brewski I feel bad for Heads that don't get '76. Such good vibes. Looking forward to the Playin>St.Stephen>Wheel>Playin' sandwich
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I think Kimock split from a Phil and Friends Tour Fall '99. We saw P&F play 3 shows at The Fillmore in Denver, 10/21-23. Band was Phil, Steve, John Molo, Paul Barrere and Billy Payne. Fun line up. Steve was also with Phil and Warren at Red Rocks that August. I remember a guy with a "Got Kimock?" shirt (play on got milk?) in line outside Fillmore one night. From there, band was hooking up with Dylan's band for a series of shows. Whatever went down happened at Fillmore or at next show on tour (10/27), as Steve (or someone for him) sent out a cryptic email 10/28 that he had left tour. Sigh. I'll have to do some time traveling and revisit those shows on sugarmegs. I loved the instrumental Stella Blue they were playing in those days. At Red Rocks they played Stella -> Wish You Were Here. Yowza.
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