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    Hats, t-shirts, photos, and other objects whose absence is causing a void in your life. Note: if you're looking for tapes, go to the Tape Trading topic. If you're looking for tickets, try Tickets Wanted. This topic is for stuff that is not tunes or tix.

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  • September 8, 2022 - 3:26pm
    Gypsy Cowgirl
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    PL&F t-shirts

    Hey Now-I have older ones, but not ones from this show @ the Frost....

  • September 8, 2022 - 2:50pm
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    Taping Compendium, Volume…

    Taping Compendium, Volume III

    Does anyone know a place that is selling it for $60-100? Or does anyone want to sell me their copy?

    I own the first 2 but I can't find this one for under $200 (and many want $500+) and I can only afford $60-100.

    PM if you know a place or if you want to sell me your copy.
    Thank you

  • August 23, 2022 - 11:19am
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    Liane Plant American Beauty 50th Anniversary Print

    Looking to sell. Please post if you're interested. Originally bought to frame and display, but downsizing my living arrangement and don't have space.

  • July 17, 2022 - 6:18am
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    J-Cards?

    Hey everyone, I’ve got a small collection of tapes I’ve been working on but many have no J-cards or are just basic cards with set lists. I’m wondering if anyone out there has some old sheets of Deadhead created J-cards still available? I found 2 on eBay but nothing else. Any help is appreciated.

  • June 6, 2022 - 3:37pm
    JoshByTheBay
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    Phil & Friends Lot Shirts

    Hey gang! I attended the Phil show this past Saturday at the Frost but was unable to hit the lot :(. If anyone has made any event specific shirts from the show (not the ones sold inside) in medium or large I would love to buy them! Please message me in my inbox - thank you :)

  • May 15, 2022 - 9:30pm
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    In The Dark (Expanded & Remastered)

    Where can I get In The Dark (Expanded & Remastered)?

    Post reply or pm only.

  • March 16, 2022 - 1:45pm
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    Amazing Beadwork

    Before the 2021 SPAC Dead &Co. show, a gal at the Belvedere hotel in Sch'dy had the most amazing SYF beadwork bag! Simply gorgeous. Her husband told me the name of the vendor, said he'd prolly be on Shakedown, but - I couldn't find him. And now I've forgotten the name, ofc.
    Does anybody know who does simply stellar GD beadwork?
    Any leads gratefully appreciated!

  • March 14, 2022 - 7:47pm
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    Looking for the Rainbow Spiral Long Sleeve Tee in medium or larg

    This site's store has an awesome long sleeve called "Rainbow Spiral Longsleeve Tee" but only in sizes 3x and up. Does anyone have that shirt in a medium or large they'd be willing to sell or know where I could find one?

  • February 28, 2022 - 5:23am
    Way Out West
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    Serious DEAD Vinyl collectors - Info & Pics Requested

    Collecting US and International pressings of DEAD Vinyl 7" & 12" since 1975 - still looking for info on a couple of mad RUMORS still floating around:
    1) There was supposed to have been a 7' Single Release from the Mickey Hart- Diga Rhythm Band LP of "Razooli" b/w "Happiness is Drumming", have found several on-line references, but never seen or confirmed.
    2) US Pressing Warner Bros. 7611 - 7" Olive-Green Label stock copy pressing of Bob Weir's "Cassidy" and "One More Saturday Night" from the "ACE" LP. - Lots of imports on the Green label, but no US Stock Copies ever seen or confirmed.
    3) Warner Brothers 7" Promo Radio Spots for the "Anthem of the Sun" LP. This item shows up in the Warner Bros. promotional inventory, but has never appeared. - Finally did get a copy of the 7" Promo Spots for "AOXOMOXOA", which is listed in the same WB inventory as the "Anthem" radio spots, so I am hopeful that someone will have seen or owns this record.
    Any help would be appreciated! ... Way Out West

  • December 10, 2021 - 10:43am
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    In Search Of 30 Trips

    Hey,

    I am trying to fill a few holes in my collection. Just curious if anyone out there has the following 30 Trips shows:
    71, 72 and 79.

    Looking for the physical copies and would be looking to buy or trade.

    Thanks in advance

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Hats, t-shirts, photos, and other objects whose absence is causing a void in your life. Note: if you're looking for tapes, go to the Tape Trading topic. If you're looking for tickets, try Tickets Wanted. This topic is for stuff that is not tunes or tix.
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Could be Grayfolded. It's plundphonics. Dark Star's from The first days of the dead to the last day's all edited together into a seamless wonder.peace,pk ps thanks grateful mom, I am going to check out the dancing bears!
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Thanks, exactly what I was looking for!
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Can anyone steer me towards a good complete audio file of this show?It's the best damn dead show I got to see and I would love own it!!
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Hi everyone, I'm a longtime Deaddite (I grew up listening to Aoxomoxa and Live/Dead with my parents...one of my earliest memories is Dark Star on vinyl. Love it.). Anyway, the journey of life has landed me in Jackson, Mississippi and around the city and a few other places around the state I've seen what I describe as "Mississippi Your Face" stickers in bars and concert venues and cars. They're round, about 4" in diameter, and red, white, and blue. You know, what you'd expect. I've seen new ones added in the last few months, so I know the person (or people) that have them are still doing their thing. I'd like one for my car and my girlfriend would REALLY like one for her bike as she's moving to Manhattan soon (she's got an awesome job with the NYC Public Library). Anyone have any clue who this is? Or where I should look? Peace, GreatWhiteSlark
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Pleeeease.........someone find pictures of the drum circles under the bridge!!!! Those nights changed my life.....for the better.....please help friends. luv ya'll
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I need a miracle here I'm looking for this album really really bad. Its nowhere on Ebay or anywhere else. I need a copy of this. it has one of my favorite dead songs ever.. Hey little one and betty and dupree. Even if you just copy your CD and mail it to me i will pay good for it. Thank you very much Contact info. thesunisgod@yahoo.com myspace.com/thesunisgod thank you in advance.
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one got just too many holes in it, the other was stolen from me....anyway, if anyone can help me re-find two of my favorite shirts that i bought on tour, i would totally pay you for them.....one was one that i bought at the Sandstone Ampitheatre show on July 4,1990 on the front it had a Steal Your Face with a peace sign inside, and read "Once in Awhile You Get Shown the Light..." ; on the back it had a map of summer tour 1990 and said "....in the Strangest of Places If You Look at it Right" (of course the great aside to getting that shirt there was the fact that the Boys played one of the best 1990s versions of Scarlet>Fire at that show: mid-set!!) the other shirt I'd love to find again I bought at a Cal Expo show in 1991: it read "Only Love Can Phil" with a multi-colored heart dripping into a multi-colored pool. If anyone out there happens to have either of these that they'd want to sell, please email me at: 07erw@alumni.williams.edu peace.
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Is there anyway i can find actual physical copies of the Dick's Picks CDS anymore without going on ebay or buying them used? i want like all of them new but my local music store told me they couldnt be found any more because they werent being made except like 5 or 6 volumes that were still in production. can anyone tell me where to get these?
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it would appear that your record store is giving you bogus info, as it certainly looks like all the CDs are available, and downloads also, here.
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Odd cuts and Rarities is available at the itunes store.
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Hello there, I'm an author and I'm writing a book called Touch Me I'm Sick: How Big Ideas Spread Online. It's a study of how the entertainment industry has used the internet to communicate with fans over the last ten years. I'm exploring the comparison between fans of the British band The Arctic Monkeys swapping songs online and The Grateful Dead's tapers. Were you a taper? Do you have any photos from gigs? It would be excellent to hear from you. Yours faithfully, Lee Henshaw.
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I am launching GRATEFUL BLUE at the Oct 13th Dead/Obama show at Penn State. I am putting up te site, www.gratefulblue.com as a online store selling the line of T-shirts tapping into the spirit of tthe Dead and the lyrics of the songs as it pertains to Obama and our country in general. % of money is going to organizations and I want to use many artists and pay each person a % of every sale of their designs (Tshirts) Thanks, Chip chipolsonphoto@gmail.com
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one side is acoustic and the other is electric. also released by pair records as....for the faithful
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I got me one of them Jerry Beanie Bears with a Bent neck in his Cardboard Guitar... He's so upset lately, Jerry doll cant jam on with such a pitiful lookin guitar. So I wanna help the man-doll out and try to find out if a replacement guitar can be bought off the company that made them or if anybody out there might like to part with theirs.Also anyone wanna sell/Trade Beanie Bears,... ?
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Can somebody tell me what were the last-few Brent show's recorded? Album titles if possible. Thanks, Sugaree.
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His last shows were in July 1990. There are no official releases of these shows. Go to deadlists.com or even the setlists part of this site and scroll through the 1990 shows.
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Ive found so far, View From the Vault 1, that was recorded July 8 with a few cuts from July 6 1990. That's pretty close to the fateful day.
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Hi! I need a link for a clean recording of "I'm a hog for your baby". Can you help me out? Thanks so much!
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Over the summer of 2008, I had the opportunity to work with photographer Peter Simon, brother to Carly Simon, as a personal assistant/intern. I was very inspired by his work and would like to share his Grateful Dead photos with the Dead community. Check out the archives on www.petersimon.com if you are looking for intimate, rare, and exclusive photos of Jerry Garcia or the band. Peter Simon was a close friend of Jerry's, so he was able to capture a rare inside look into the bands history that others simply did not have access to. He shared many a joint with the man, as he went on tour with the band numerous times! I was blown away by his original, silver gel shots of the band. Done in the dark room the old fashioned way, there is nothing cooler than a piece of history copied right off the original negatives! www.petersimon.com
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Daisy, it's on the newer release of the skull and roses album/cd. Sounds good there if that helps any good luck. Anybody help me out? Looking for recording of Providence Auditorium 69 or 70 can't remember but has killer Hard to Handle on it. I had it but played it so many times it melted.
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Correction to my search. did some checking cause couldn't remember details Looking for RI auditorium 4/21/71
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I've searched the depths of the internet to no avail! Can anyone point me in the right direction to buy a Grateful Dead garter to surprise my darling Deadhead future husband at our wedding??
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I was reading searching for people and "bulletproof" wrote a blog about "Dance your ass off" which remided me of something I have been looking fo for a while. Anyone remember the "DEADERCISE" t-shirts found at shows, think may have been 88, anyway I used to have one but like so many wore it till it fell of me. Tried google and all that but no luck. would love to find some. They had different dancing skeleton scenarios, kinda went along with the club dead stuff, which I can't find anymore either. i just love the whole deadercise concept just think about how many calories you burn per show what 3-4 hrs continuous movement what a deal. so if anybody knows sharethe knowledge thanx.
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Reading that dance your ass off post reminded me of that shirt too!! I had a deadercise t-shirt, it was one of my faves too...needless to say I wore mine out too :(I have been searching for one of them, if I find it I will let you know!! Peace, Gigi
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Someone must still have the template. Maybe someone else who remembers will shed little light. I tried looking up Club Dead too no luck. Those were cool to. I do still have one that says "IT'S A DEAD THING YOU WOULDN'T UNDERSTAND" made when those it's black thing, it's a redneck and whatever were around. it's cool got a dancing uncle sam skeleton on it kickin up some dust. Oh yea like you comment on you profile "looking for" me to got like ten more shows to add to list just can't remember which. Were they ever here at all. stay dead.
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I'm wanting to get a set of the Tapers Compendium. New copies would be great, if available, but I guess they are out of print now. I'm looking for any or all three volumes + the addendum. Through Amazon there are sellers with used/very good condition books and Vol. 1 isn't too bad, but Vol. 2 is fifty to eighty dollars & Vol. 3 is nearly a hundred bucks. Don't get me wrong, I'm sure they're worth it but a hundred bucks for a paperback is kinda steep. If any of you folks know of a source for these I'd appreciate a personal msg. Thanks, MarkintheDark
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I gave up looking...any live versions of Foolish Heart anywhere? I loved Buckeye June 93...can't find any live version. thanks in advance for any tips.
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Hey now Matt, You might try digging through the setlists for the shows on the Vines forums, there's probably a couple of hundred shows there. It'll be time consuming though. ************************************************ I have a sigfile! --> www.kindveggieburritos.com ************************************************
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Try over in ARCHIVE.ORG sure will find one in there!!!
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If it's on this site or anywhere, can anyone point me to the original unmixed show that became the "Live Dead" album - "Dark Star'", "St. Stephen," "Lovelight" etc? thx - Sam
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Foolish Hearts are here: 06/19/88- Alpine Valley Music Theater - East Troy, WI 06/22/88- Alpine Valley Music Theater - East Troy, WI 06/25/88- Buckeye Lake Music Center - Hebron, OH 06/28/88- Saratoga Performing Arts Center - Saratoga Springs, NY 07/02/88- Oxford Plains Speedway - Oxford, ME 07/17/88- Greek Theater, University Of California - Berkeley, CA 07/31/88- Laguna Seca Raceway - Monterey, CA 08/28/88- Autzen Stadium (University Of Oregon) - Eugene, OR 09/03/88- Capital Centre - Landover, MD 09/11/88- The Spectrum - Philadelphia, PA 09/14/88- Madison Square Garden - New York City, NY 09/19/88- Madison Square Garden - New York City, NY 09/23/88- Madison Square Garden - New York City, NY 10/16/88- Bayfront Center - St. Petersburg, FL 10/21/88- Reunion Arena - Dallas, TX 12/11/88- Long Beach Arena - Long Beach, CA 12/28/88- Oakland Coliseum Arena - Oakland, CA 02/07/89- Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center - Oakland, CA 02/12/89- Great Western Forum - Los Angeles, CA 03/28/89- The Omni - Atlanta, GA 04/02/89- Pittsburgh Civic Arena - Pittsburgh, PA 04/09/89- Freedom Hall - Louisville, KY 04/13/89- Rosemont Horizon - Rosemont, IL 05/07/89- Frost Amphitheater, Stanford University - Palo Alto, CA 06/18/89- Shoreline Amphitheatre - Mountain View, CA 07/10/89- Giants Stadium - East Rutherford, NJ 07/15/89- Deer Creek Amphitheater - Noblesville, IN 07/19/89- Alpine Valley Music Theater - East Troy, WI 08/19/89- Greek Theater, University Of California - Berkeley, CA 10/08/89- Hampton Coliseum - Hampton, VA 10/14/89- Brendan Byrne Arena - East Rutherford, NJ 10/22/89- Charlotte Coliseum - Charlotte, NC 10/26/89- Miami Arena - Miami, FL 12/09/89- Great Western Forum - Inglewood, CA 12/28/89- Oakland Coliseum Arena - Oakland, CA 03/19/90- Hartford Civic Center - Hartford, CT 03/28/90- Nassau Coliseum - Uniondale, NY 04/02/90- The Omni - Atlanta, GA 05/06/90- Cal. State University Dominguez Hills Soccer Field - Carson, CA 06/08/90- Cal Expo Amphitheater - Sacramento, CA 06/24/90- Autzen Stadium (University Of Oregon) - Eugene, OR 07/04/90- Sandstone Amphitheatre - Bonner Springs, KS 07/12/90- Robert F. Kennedy Stadium - Washington DC, DC 07/19/90- Deer Creek Amphitheater - Noblesville, IN 07/23/90- World Music Theater - Tinly Park, IL 09/10/90- The Spectrum - Philadelphia, PA 09/18/90- Madison Square Garden - New York City, NY 10/22/90- Fest Halle - Frankfurt, XGermany 10/30/90- Wembley Arena - London, XEngland 12/08/90- Compton Terrace Amphitheater - Tempe, AZ 12/14/90- McNichols Sports Arena - Denver, CO 12/28/90- Oakland Coliseum Arena - Oakland, CA 03/20/91- Capital Centre - Landover, MD 03/28/91- Nassau Coliseum - Uniondale, NY 04/03/91- The Omni - Atlanta, GA 04/09/91- Orlando Arena - Orlando, FL 04/28/91- Sam Boyd Silver Bowl - Las Vegas, NV 05/10/91- Shoreline Amphitheatre - Mountain View, CA 06/01/91- L.A. Memorial Coliseum - Los Angeles, CA 06/22/91- Soldier Field - Chicago, IL 08/13/91- Cal Expo Amphitheater - Sacramento, CA 09/12/91- Madison Square Garden - New York City, NY 09/24/91- Boston Garden - Boston, MA 12/28/91- Oakland Coliseum Stadium - Oakland, CA 03/08/92- Capital Centre - Landover, MD 03/24/92- The Palace - Auburn Hills, MI 05/24/92- Shoreline Amphitheatre - Mountain View, CA 06/11/92- Knickerbocker Arena - Albany, NY 05/22/93- Shoreline Amphitheatre - Mountain View, CA 06/11/93- Buckeye Lake Music Center - Hebron, OH 06/16/93- Freedom Hall - Louisville, KY 09/08/93- Richfield Coliseum - Richfield, OH 09/17/93- Madison Square Garden - New York City, NY 09/25/93- Boston Garden - Boston, MA 07/01/94- Shoreline Amphitheatre - Mountain View, CA 07/19/94- Deer Creek Amphitheater - Noblesville, IN 07/29/94- Buckeye Lake Music Center - Hebron, OH 08/03/94- Giants Stadium - East Rutherford, NJ 09/28/94- Boston Garden - Boston, MA 10/07/94- The Spectrum - Philadelphia, PA 10/13/94- Madison Square Garden - New York City, NY 12/15/94- Los Angeles Sports Arena - Los Angeles, CA 02/21/95- Delta Center - Salt Lake City, UT 03/22/95- Charlotte Coliseum - Charlotte, NC 04/01/95- The Pyramid - Memphis, TN 05/25/95- Memorial Stadium - Seattle, WA 06/27/95- The Palace - Auburn Hills, MI search those dates on archive.org and enjoy. peace.
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Howdy 6-8-90 is the bomb foolish heart the best in my 300 shows anywho i took pictures of the guys from 72-91 have some great shots please call oremail waipiowolf@sbcglobal.net or call 916-212-6016would love to share cheer's steve
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thanks all...I found a downloadable version from Buckeye Lake 1993 that I attended...was terribly over-served so don't remember it all that clearly. We got there very early to avoid the inevitable Buckeye traffic but spent those idle hours in the parking lot visiting the devil's workshop I suppose. can't figure out how to download and burn some concerts...they go directly to i-tunes but I can't make a CD: this show has a SMOKIN' F.H. but I can't burn a for-personal-use-only copy 09/08/93- Richfield Coliseum - Richfield, OH. Any ideas? I'm low tech. my college aged sons and friend said that format could not be copied but I felt I was semi-patronized and blown off. Thanks all. the tip on archive.org is cool...been visiting shows I've seen over the decades.
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If you have selected a soundboard version of your show it's only available for streaming audio. If you can find an audience tape of the same show you should be able to download and burn to CDs. ********************************************* I have a sigfile! --> www.kindveggieburritos.com *********************************************
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you can listen to this as a stream or download the files in several formats - if you do SHN, then you will have to get a program to convert them to WAV before burning to CD. Etree has some good tools & background descriptions you can read at your own leasurehttp://www.etree.org/mkw.html Note - you CAN capture the soundboard streams - but you need the tools to do it. I believe Silent Bob can do it - but the final quality will depend on your equipment. http://www.5starshare.com/Silent-Bob_basic-soft249.html
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Mark, I think Ltapilot saw the same prices you did when he looked. Don't want to make you feel bad, but when I bought them early in the decade, I got 2 of the volumes on clearance, under $5 each.
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It's only money, after all, and I've done some way stupider things with money. Volume three via Amazon was a hundred bucks (very like new except for a couple of "discard" stamps: its a library discard but the library had reinforced the spine w/nice clear tape so it's almost better than new), volume two was around $60 and is totally new. Gotta great deal on volume one via eBay though: the seller was selling V1, + a copy of What a Long Strange Trip (the songbook), and a copy of the Official Book of the Deadheads (pub 1983). Won the auction for $12! All these and a couple more Deadish books are this year's Xmas presents for myself (I'd be getting a copy of the new 365 book through the deadstore w/my new Road trips but the deadstore is currently out of inventory) Can't find a copy of the Taping Addendum anywhere though. Any suggestions/leads would be much appreciated. Cheers, MarkintheDark ********************************************* I have a sigfile! --> www.kindveggieburritos.com *********************************************
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I know this is a long shot, but I am looking for anyone with the Complete Fillmore Box Set. I just got into the band this year and I am trying to get my hands on it. I have the 3 disc set and it is absolutely unbelieveable! Of course, the next step was to get the full run and I found out about this box set and its out-of-print status and its ridiculous cost on Ebay! If anyone is looking to part with their copy, please let me know. I understand this is really a shot in the dark, but you gotta keep on keepin' on...
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I got mine on eBay several years ago, $300 for an opened copy. Pristine, but opened. Don't know what they're bidding up to now but I saw a "Buy it now" unopened for $895. What can ya do, they're not getting any cheaper, and they're not making any more ;^( It's not just "out of print", it was a limited, numbered edition of 10,000 copies that went quick, as I recall. ********************************************* I have a sigfile! --> www.kindveggieburritos.com *********************************************
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IKOIKOALLDAY I just finished a great book -a comedy, suspense, thriller all in one where the main character is a major deadhead and the story is riddled with dead references, show experiences and lots of other dead-related stuff. Book is called One Hour Martinizing and is available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and the authors site- www.franksaitta-onehourmartinizing.com Check it out I bought 2 for a couple of kindred spirits in my life, enjoy!
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Hey all, Looking for a copy of Deadbase X. Let me know if someone wants to part with one or if the have an extra. I do prefer hardback, but won't be to particular. Thanks!
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new on eBay $320 OBO, and one on auction bids @ $51, ends Thursday night. new @ Amazon for $500, cheapest used one is $130. And I thought the compendiums were bad... ********************************************* I have a sigfile! --> www.kindveggieburritos.com *********************************************
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Reading boss2003 post about the complete fillmore 69 recordings got me interested, as I do not have the box either. $999.99 on ebay right now. Thats 1250 Canadian. You could get the bonus disc alone for $75. Make your Dead heads holiday, yeah right maybe if I get everyone I know to pitch in.