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  posted on 10/23/2003 at 05:22 PM
No, not that Donna Jean is replacing Joan O in the current "The Dead" line-up (joke!) - Dicks Picks 30 was announced today...

DP 30...

Grateful Dead
Academy of Music, New York City, March 25 and 28, 1972

CD 1 (from March 25): Hey Bo Diddley**>I'm A Man**>I've Seen Them All**>Jam**; Mona**; How Sweet It Is; Are You Lonely For Me; Smokestack Lightning; Playing In The Band (from 3/27/72) (** denotes with Bo Diddley)

CD 2(March 28, complete show from here onward): Truckin'; Tennessee Jed ; Chinatown Shuffle; Black-Throated Wind; You Win Again ; Mr. Charlie; Mexicali Blues; Brokedown Palace; Next Time You See Me; Cumberland Blues;

CD 3: Looks Like Rain; Big Railroad Blues; El Paso; China Cat Sunflower>I Know You Rider; Casey Jones; Playing In The Band; Sugaree; Two Souls In Communion

CD 4: Sugar Magnolia> The Other One; Hurts Me Too; Not Fade Away>Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad>Not Fade Away; encore: Sidewalks Of New York; One More Saturday Night

Available October 30


This is amazing news, as far as I'm concerned - these SBD tapes, which were missing for over 25 years & then landed in the hands of someone who wouldn't trade them or sell them to the band, are at last finding their way into the public domain.

I can't wait!!

 
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  posted on 10/23/2003 at 05:37 PM
That sounds great! Thanks for the notice

 

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  posted on 10/24/2003 at 10:24 AM
Holy Jeez! I was 16 and there! I need to figure out which nite, but 3-28 sounds like it..... That place was rockin' huge. Was in tha balcony and I remeber wondering how well constructed it was, cause that baby was literally shakin' and shimmyin"

Did I say HOLY JEEZ!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

It was great, great show, and I saw early dead 4 times......

[Edited on 10/24/2003 by bird72]

 

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  posted on 10/24/2003 at 07:27 PM
If I get CD3 in my player It might never come out.

thanks for the news.

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  posted on 10/25/2003 at 06:45 PM
Oh, great! Now im REALLY gonna be broke...

Thanks for the heads up Paul

 

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  posted on 10/25/2003 at 08:14 PM
I have tried and tried and tried but the Dead just does not move me I don't get it, maybe because I was not into heavy drugs in the 70's other than a jay could that be??
 
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  posted on 10/25/2003 at 08:18 PM
I mean I am nuts over the allman brothers I collect every show I can get my hands on over 600 of them, some of the dead stuff alot of it in fact is even better quality sound wise but it just does nothing for me. Does the dead leave you toe tapping is it someones great vocals like Gregg's or Great Percussion or Guitar work what is it that I am missing..
 
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  posted on 10/26/2003 at 02:43 AM
I hope those are complete shows.
I bought some Dick's Picks before that I thought were complete shows, only to find out that they were missing a song or two.

Some people love the dead and some people don't.
I know deadheads who listen to nothing but the dead and don't like the ABB.

 

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  posted on 10/26/2003 at 08:02 AM
a post on philzone reported that archival releases from the jerry garcia band are in the works...

 

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  posted on 10/26/2003 at 09:47 AM
here's the post, by billy murphy:

"from David Gans GDH email list:

The good vibes worked!
I don't know exactly what happened today, but the decision went in our favor.
I'll have more details soon. The short version is, there will be music coming from the Garcia vault soon!

I can now reveal that I have spent much of the past month or so reviewing all the multitrack tape in the Garcia vault (accompanied much of the time by Blair Jackson). The exact nature of the release schedule has yet to be determined,
but we have an amazing team assembled. Stay tuned. "

 

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  posted on 10/26/2003 at 11:37 AM
Hey Phillybob, to each their own. I'm kinda puzzelled by the fact that the 'Dead never did anything for you however. The Grateful Dead DID do something to each member of the Allman Brothers Band themselves, whom you site as your favorite band. Musianship is second to none and they touched on so many different avenues of music. Rock & Roll, Country Western, Jazz, Avant Guard, all with a very free attitude of "anything Goes" and like a lyric in one of their songs went "The music played the band".

 

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  posted on 10/27/2003 at 02:34 AM
Jerry Garcia is credited with this quote: "Deadheads are kinda like people who like licorice. Not everybody likes licorice, but people who like licorice, *really* like licorice!"


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No. I was never into any kind of drugs and I like the Dead. It is personal musical taste. Nothing more, nothing less.


I spent many years enjoying the Grateful Dead while sober and at some of those sober shows I hit some amazing highs. But there were a few early shows where the Kool-Ade perhaps allowed a different interpretation of the music.

Check out the Prankster memorabilia at: http://www.key-z.com/ Zane Kesey is the keeper of a fine vault and a great individual to work with. I dig this tee shirt!



[Edited on 10/27/2003 by BillyBlastoff]

 

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  posted on 10/27/2003 at 09:38 AM
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have tried and tried and tried but the Dead just does not move me I don't get it, maybe because I was not into heavy drugs in the 70's other than a jay could that be??


i dunno. i wasnt into the dead till the early '90s...i used to think that the Dead must have been "REALLY HEAVY METAL" because of all the skulls and stuff. Boy, how wrong was i? i love the dead more than anything just becasue it has shook me to my very soul. it was very unexpected and i'm glad i didnt "get it" till much later when i could have appreciated it more.

much like the ABB, i'm like a kid in a candy store going through their back catalog.

 

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  posted on 10/28/2003 at 10:41 AM
I pre-ordered the Closing of Winterland 2 DVD set, and you get all kinds of extras, including another DVD - 7 hours of music, interviews, and behind the scenes stuff - only $29.99. Can't wait - got my confirmation today that it's on it's way soon!

 

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  posted on 10/28/2003 at 11:49 PM
Man, Sang! What a bargain, thanks for the heads up on that one!

 

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  posted on 10/29/2003 at 12:17 AM
I never got the Dead at first. It was mainly the fault of some poor studio albums.

Then I got Europe '72 and it was like a light switched on.
After that I was hooked.

I got my first Live ABB show (7/26/70) from a dead head
trader fried of mine. And a few dead shows.

Jerry is brilliant player, its more subtle than Duane and Dickey but brilliant
none the less. And he and Bobby work off each other very well.
And Jimmy Herring has remarked about home much he has
learned to appreciate Bobby as he learned the Dead catalog.

I really like Phil and Friends as much as the best Dead.
This quintet is really amazing.

But It's all good. Got my Dead Almanac today, I'll read it before bed.
Saw all the good stuff for sale on the back cover.

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  posted on 10/29/2003 at 12:34 AM
I never got the Dead at first. It was mainly the fault of some poor studio albums.

Then I got Europe '72 and it was like a light switched on.
After that I was hooked.

I got my first Live ABB show (7/26/70) from a dead head
trader fried of mine. And a few dead shows.

Jerry is brilliant player, its more subtle than Duane and Dickey but brilliant
none the less. And he and Bobby work off each other very well.
And Jimmy Herring has remarked about home much he has
learned to appreciate Bobby as he learned the Dead catalog.

I really like Phil and Friends as much as the best Dead.
This quintet is really amazing.

But It's all good. Got my Dead Almanac today, I'll read it before bed.
Saw all the good stuff for sale on the back cover.

Peace
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  posted on 10/29/2003 at 01:16 AM
Phil's quintet is a top notch communion of virtuoso performers who enjoy listening to each other play as much as they enjoy performing. Jimmie Herring really shines, especially on the more experimental tunes, Blues for Allah stuff, that he performed with Jazz is Dead. He seems more relaxed with Phil and Friends than with the Dead, although the cat ripped when I saw The Dead in Atlanta.

The Academy of Music disc will show the Grateful Dead in a highly experimental and fresh stage of evolution. I'm looking forward to it!

 

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  posted on 10/29/2003 at 09:00 AM
Ordered #30 yesterday.....can't wait to hear the jams with Bo Diddley

 

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  posted on 10/31/2003 at 07:16 PM
I am SO looking forward to this show. I've been curious about their one time performances of "Are You Lonely For Me, Baby?" & "How Sweet it is (To Be Loved By You)" for a long time...

Plus, being a EUROPE'72 nut, any shows with that same lineup thrills me! Cannot wait!

 

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  posted on 11/10/2003 at 11:16 PM
Just got my Closing of the Winterland DVD set in the mail today - watched the first couple of songs - awesome. Bought it thru the GD store, and it included a bonus CD. Paid $29.99, see that Best Buy has the DVD set for $16.99 or $19.99 - 2 DVD's and great packaging. Can't wait to check it all out!

 

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  posted on 11/11/2003 at 09:32 AM
Must be something against people in Iowa....I hear of about 20 people that got their copy yesterday....what was in my mailbox? NOTHING.....

Will they deliver mail today as it's Vets Day? Probably wouldn't have come in today anyway

 

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  posted on 11/11/2003 at 09:57 AM
Sorry, no CD today Chad. Veterans Day is a federal holiday.

 

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  posted on 11/11/2003 at 10:03 AM
I thought that would be the case...which is just fine. Happy Vets day everyone....

 

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  posted on 11/11/2003 at 05:44 PM
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Must be something against people in Iowa....I hear of about 20 people that got their copy yesterday....what was in my mailbox? NOTHING.....

Will they deliver mail today as it's Vets Day? Probably wouldn't have come in today anyway


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