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Re: Deadthread
« Reply #20 on: Mar 31, 2011, 11:31 AM »
http://www.wtae.com/r/27378832/detail.html

http://www.wpxi.com/news/27378954/detail.html

Very, very sad scene last night.  Some folks should not play with LSD. 

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Re: Deadthread
« Reply #21 on: Mar 31, 2011, 11:33 AM »
http://www.wpxi.com/news/27378954/detail.html

Very, very sad scene last night.  Some folks should not play with LSD.

My friend who works there called me very shortly after that happened.  Unfortunately, she was near enough to hear the glass break.

I'd like to believe lsd wasn't involved, but I guess we can't know for sure.

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Re: Deadthread
« Reply #22 on: Apr 02, 2011, 02:40 PM »
Here's a bunch of rarities (rehearsal, studio outtakes, ect) I made available on another board. All files are in flac or shn format. Links at the end of each info file. Didn't test all the links, so let me know if any are down and I'll re-up.

Old and In the Way
Rehearsal Session
xx-xx-7x
Unknown location
SBD->Cassette->CDR->Peak->SHN>FLac SBE's fixed gain applied

01  Banter
02  High Lonesome Sound
03  Midnight Moonlight
04  Wild Horses
05  Lonesome LA Cowboy
06  Tuning/noodling
07  Pig in a Pen
08  Jabbering
09  Kissimmee Kid
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=BICNMINV

Aoxomoxoa Studio Sessions Outtakes 1969

Sandy Troy's TC366 3.75ips Reel->DAT2->CDR

01  Saint Stephen>   
02  The Eleven              #
03  The Barbed Wire Whipping Party *
04  Doing That Rag #1       &
05  Duprees Diamond Blues   %
06  -unknown instrumental-
07  China Cat Sunflower     @
08  Cozmic Charlie
09  Doing That Rag #2       !
10  Mountains Of The Moon   ^
11  Whats Become Of The Baby? $

Alan Bershaw's A1040SL 7.5ips Reel->DAT->CDR

12. Rosemary
13. Mountains Of The Moon

# Skip at the beginning of The Eleven, the jam at the end fades out
* 0:06- Barbed Wire removed small cut,0:41- removed pop in left channel
    (!=pop "the B!arbed wire...") 0:57- removed pop
& 1:02- The Rag small bit of noise I could not remove, its hardly audible
  3:13-3:19 fade out & in small subsecond silence removed,
% Dupree's fades in
@ 1:25-1:28 fade out & in
! 0:30- 3 seconds of silence
^ 0:30- removed small noise sounding like tape starting
  immediately following a cut and prior to any music or Jerry singing starts
$ 2:49- noise and cut present
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=6R8BR68S

Grateful Dead - 2/13/92

Club Front, San Rafael, CA.



Lineage:

DSBD->CD->EAC->SHN

CD->EAC->SHN by Joe Samaritano

5/3/2003



Note - This is *not* the same as 2/21/92.



Studio Rehearsal

First run-through with the band



1. So Many Roads
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=NIDV8ZPS

Grateful Dead
1970 Radio Apology Ad
======================

1 minute 34 seconds. 10MB

Mickey and Jerry make a public apology for having to cancel the December 18, 1970 show that was to take place in Port Chester.

This however is no ordinary "I'm sorry" statement :-)


====================================

Comments from Deadlists.com:

There were three shows booked & advertised for the Capitol Theater on December 18, 19 & 20 but they were cancelled and rescheduled for February 71. There is tape in circulation of a radio ad announcing and apologizing for the cancellation ("The Port Chester Apology"). 
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=D2R4N8MT

The Grateful Dead
04/02/1975
Ace's Studio
Mill Valley, CA

There's some question as to the accuracy of this date.

Soundboard: rehearsal  [90 minutes] 1st Gen cass>PCM>SEK'D Prodif96Pro>wav>SHN

From Deadbase:
The Walk, Blue Noodle Soap, Toast & Jam, Lazy Lightning, Basic Reading Work,
Music Never Stopped, Help on the Way
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=9P7LDXV9


Brent Mydland unreleased solo album 1982
Source: SBD (just enough hiss to suggest an analog gen.

SBD>C>CDR>EAC>SHN

This is a studio album remastered to cd with proper pre-track gaps of 2 sec.
(54:40)
1- Inlay It In Your Heart
2- Tons Of Steel
3- Dreams
4- Maybe You Know
5- Nobody's
6- See The Other Side
7- Long Way To Go
8- Take One
FILLER: Built To Last Outtakes:
9- Start Your Engines
10- Blow Away
11- Take You Home
FILLER:
Silver
12- Instrumental
13- Climbing
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=JFQWB7G7

Grateful Dead
Rehearsals at Front Street Studio
9/28/90

Source : Unknown SBD>????(possible cassette gen)>CDR>EAC>SHN

This is an interesting glimpse into the state of the band immediately following Brent's untimely demise. This comes right on the heels of the highly innovative fall '90 MSG run (Hornsby's first few shows with the boyz),and directly precedes the Fall European tour.All 3 songs rehearsed find their way into the European setlists. It is too bad "Stander" was dropped from rotation after only a couple of performances. 
The banter in between takes is an engaging look at the bands rehearsal process, especially in regards to the addition of 2 new members.



The Songs:                                     Time

1. St. of Circumstance (multiple takes)        31:17
2. Stander on the Montain (multiple takes)     25:11
3. Valley Road (multiple takes)                14:40
                      _____
                                         Total 71:08
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Re: Deadthread
« Reply #23 on: Apr 02, 2011, 02:40 PM »
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Bob Weir - 1971
Demos for Ace LP

These are solo acoustic references made with lyricist John Barlow, recorded at Bob's Marin home during Fall of 1971. Sourced from pre-FM production CD made by David Gans for one of his KPFA Dead Marathon pledge drives a few years ago. Some of Weir's most beloved songs in their embryonic stage.

C Shuffle is an early development of Walk In The Sunshine.   The unknown song is nice and is unique to these reference recordings.

1   C Shuffle 1
2   unknown song 1
3   Cassidy 1
4   Black Throated Wind
5   Weather Report Prelude
6   Jack Straw
7   Cassidy 2
8   C Shuffle 2
9   unknown song 2
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=3DANNMLZ

Jerry Garcia
04/14/1964
Unknown location (possibly Dana Morgan's music store?).
Banjo lesson with an unknown student.
Unknown person (possibly student) records the lesson.

source; audience mic to reel to reel recording by unknown student > ? >
              7 1/2 ips reel > Matt Smith (Akai GX-625 > Apogee Mini Me (24/96) >
              Apogee Mini Dac (monitoring/mastering > Wavelab 5.0 (dithered to
              20/44)) > CD
              CD > EAC (tracking and mastering) > CD ( 47:20 ) by Ihor Slabicky

01. Jerry Garcia: "...Reno, I think, does it down here..." > tune 1 (2:01)
02. unk.: "...there's something that you did ... on Joni's song..." > tune 2 (3:28)
03. unk.: "...would you do that thing for..." > tune 3 (0:40)
04. tune 4 > tuning (1:06)
05. tune 5 > Jerry Garcia: "I'm still working on that..." (1:00)
06. tune 6 > Jerry Garcia: "I really like the tune.  it's a pretty tune, but I can't, I could never
       play it right..." (1:00)
07. tune 7 (0:47)
08. unk.: "any pedal steel stuff, you know, like the..." > tune 8 (1:51)
09. tune 9 (1:40)
10. tune 10 (3:18)
11. tune 11 > Jerry Garcia: "...no, a guy's just taping some stuff. You wanna open the door, go
       ahead..." (1:55)
12. tune 12 (0:57)
13. unk.: "Would you show me that break with that phrase in there? > tune 13 (1:50)
14. tune 14 (2:58)
15. Jerry Garcia: "Well, whatta you want me to put on there?" unk.: "...'Red Wing', for one..."
       Jerry Garcia: "...I can't really play that..." > "Red Wing" (tune 15) (2:46)
16. Jerry Garcia: "...you know, I haven't listened to ahh, much Reno..." > tune 16 (1:03)
17. unk.: "...about a month ago...you showed me something that..." > tune 17 (x) (1:24)
18. (x) tune 18 (1:42)
19. tune 19 > Jerry Garcia: "That's a pretty tune." (1:25)
20. tuning > unk.: "'Rawhide'?" Jerry Garcia: "...I haven't really got anything much more to talk
       about. I'm not too happy with the way I play it.  If you really want it that badly." unk.: "Yes,
       yes I do." > tuning (1:03)
21. "Rawhide" (1:35)
22. unk.: "...would you mind breaking down the first chord run on the D?" Jerry Garcia: "...uh-uh, I
       ain't gonna break that...you're gonna havta figger it out yourself..." ? tune 22 >
       Jerry Garcia: "there's a zillion things you can do with that. I mean, it's got so many good
       possibilities... odd chords, you know." (1:21)
23. tune 23 (2:03)
24. tune 24 (3:07)
25. unk.: "How about 'Stoney Creek'?" Jerry Garcia: "(sigh) okay-ah... that's in A, usually." >
       tuning > "Stony Creek" (2:02)
26. Jerry Garcia: "...it's sort of a hard song to organize. I, ahh..." > "Stoney Creek" (1:12)
27. "Stoney Creek" workup (0:56)
28. tune 28 > Jerry Garcia: "By the way, why doncha play alotta that stuff back. I wanna hear what
       it sounds like." unk.: "(laughs)" Jerry Garcia: "Really. No kidding (x)" (1:23)
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=31O7M1MX

Jerry Garcia & Sara
The Tangent
Palo Alto, CA
5/4/1963

Source: likely AUD>R>R>FM>Cass>DAT>CDR

Thanks to Steve Oliver for the discs!

EAC/SHN by jim@juddcreek.com 12/02


*Disc 1*
+-+-+-+-+

1.  Deep Elem
2.  Will the Weaver
3.  I Will Truly Understand
4.  All the Good Times are Passed + Gone
5.  Long Black Veil
6.  The Man Who Wrote "Home Sweet Home" Never Was a Married Man
7.  Keno the Rent Man
8.  Foggy Mountain Top
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=OGPD4YD0

Jerry Garcia
10/28/69
2400 Fulton Street - Jefferson Airplane House 
San Francisco, CA

Source: SBD > MR > Cass > DAT > CDR >
WAV > CDR; via EAC/trade from Morgan Evans <morgan_no9@yahoo.com> >
EAC > CDWAV > SHN; via Rick Lepley <lepleyr@hotmail.com>

1. Been All Around This World    [04:00]
2. Big Boss Man            [06:28]
3. Jam (Stormy Monday Theme)      [13:57]
4. Slow Blues            [07:19]
5. Jam                [05:28]
6. Jam               [19:19]
Total:               [56:34]


Notes:
Great disc! The sound quality is exceptional IMO, it almost sounds like it was
recorded in a studio setup.

The lineup is reportedly the following:
Jerry Garcia - Guitar
Jorma Kaukonen - Guitar
Jack Cassady - Bass
Mickey Hart - Percussion
Spencer Dryden - Percussion
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=82EQ3UAV

grateful dead
xx-xx-70

studio sessions for "workingman's dead"
prior to mid-february, 1970, maybe even mid to late 1969

transfer and mastering by matt smith
soundboard > master reel > Kidd Candelario dub >
will boswell 7 1/2 ips reel > Apogee 24/96
(dithered to 16/44 via Wavelab 5.0) > CD  (49:06)

portions were first aired on the kboo radio program
"Grateful Dead and Friends", hosted by matt smith

jerry garcia - acoustic guitar and vocals
unknown - acoustic guitar (possibly jerry garcia multitracked)

1.  jerry garcia:  "testing.  testing.  can you hear me from here?
  turn up the gain..." > (l = acoustic guitar, r = jerry garcia
  acoustic guitar and vocals) start with "testing, testing" and
  vocals > restart (about 1:23) > restart (about 1:33) >
  dire wolf (x)  (2:15)
2.  dire wolf (l = acoustic guitar, r = jerry garcia acoustic guitar
  and vocals)  (5:30)
3.  casey jones (falsetto at times)  (2:5
4.  false start > false start > high time (falsetto at times) >
  jerry garcia:  "one more time" (4:17) >
5.  jerry garcia:  "i'm doing each of them twice, so, umm..." >
  high time (falsetto at times) (5:17)
6.  acoustic blues (l = acoustic guitar, stops at about 5:25,
  r = bottleneck el. guitar) (8:29)
7.  "that's probably what's causing all the... and rumble" (0:09)
8.  dire wolf (fast) (r = jerry garcia vocals and acoustic guitar,
  l = jerry garcia acoustic guitar and vocals leak) (2:20) >
9.  dire wolf (slower version) > "no, it's better fas..." (1:1 >
10.  dire wolf > "rats." (1:1 >
11.  jerry garcia:  "okay, this is the start.  right here."
   unk.:  "start of the whole thing?"
   jerry garcia:  "right." >
   dire wolf (r = jg acoustic guitar and vocals, l - ac. guitar)
   at about 9:26, the r channel is switched to both for about 6
   seconds (11:22)
12.  high time (l = acoustic guitar, start then tuning) (0:39)
13.  high time (l = acoustic guitar) (0:10)
14.  high time (l = acoustic guitar, r = jerry garcia vocals) (x) (3:56)
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=UN0MJT3I

Garcia & Cage
December 7, 1971   

Jetty's theater Music Hall, Wash,DC

Picked up something I haven't seen elsewhere.
This single sbd CD features Jerry Garcia & Buddy Cage jamming and
noodling with a few Marmaduke vocals and a Weir vocal (Seasons).
Someone (Marmaduke) picks up a bass halfway through)
Very interesting artifact, not from the vault.  Session runs until reel
runs out (47:30)

Here what I have on this:
=================================
Jam Session Info
Here's the note from James that came with the show:
Now, to the other goody I sent you. Here's the story on that. A friend of
mine who does sound and production work here in St. Louis was taking slide
guitar lessons and went through the archive of open reel tapes they had
there and found the one in question. He asked to borrow it and took it home
and did a 24 bit digital transfer from the mono 7" open reel. This hasn't
been heard by many more people than Brad, myself and a few others in 30
years!!! I was pretty damn excited about the discovery and glad that I was
only the second person that had heard it counting Brad after he mastered the
tape. As far as I know at this point it's Jerry Garcia, Buddy Cage and other
members of NRPS. Other than that that's all I know right now. The Grateful
Dead's archives don't even have this tape. Pretty fun stuff to listen too
even though it's a lot of noodling and such. I kinda like it myself.
Everything was plugged straight into the open reel deck. So the source would
be:
7" mono open reel > 24 bit transfer > resample > CD-R
 ====================

My attempt at a setlist:

1. unknown (Garcia & Cage duet)
2. Runnin' Back To You ( G&C no vocal)
3. unknown (G&C)
4. noodle (G&C)
5. Take Me Home Country Roads (G&C Marmaduke and others on vocals)
6. jazz riff (Cage)
7. Long Black Veil (G&C McDuke on vocals)
8. Anybody Goin' To San Antone (G&C plus McDuke)
9. unknown (Jerry out? - he mentions having to get to hotel at the airport)
10. unknown
11. equipment fu
12. unknown
13. Seasons// (Weir on vocal)
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Re: Deadthread
« Reply #24 on: Apr 02, 2011, 04:45 PM »
 :o :o :o :o :o

GOOD LAWD!!!!!!  Well hot dawg!  Thanks for sharing all of these!!  Ahhhhhh!
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« Reply #25 on: Apr 02, 2011, 05:20 PM »
Ummmmmm. WOW.  I can't wait to download these!!!

Thanks nuggs! :beer:

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Re: Deadthread
« Reply #26 on: Apr 02, 2011, 05:29 PM »
http://www.wpxi.com/news/27378954/detail.html

Very, very sad scene last night.  Some folks should not play with LSD.

My friend who works there called me very shortly after that happened.  Unfortunately, she was near enough to hear the glass break.

I'd like to believe lsd wasn't involved, but I guess we can't know for sure.

Many blessings to all involved...
This was posted recently by someone who claims to be in the know.....


"You know some of you people are just straight fucking ASSHOLES! I knew Joey & he was MY friend. It's so easy 2talk shit on people u don't know because none of you have lost him. HE WASN'T ON DRUGS & HE DiDN'T DRiNK. So for everyone running they're mouth & ASSuming things..u can shut the fuck up & stop now. K? Thanxx. Joe had been thru a lot this past yr. He lost his best friend 5wks ago in a car accident, 3mos ago he lost 2aunts 4days apart & then he finds out the girl he used to be engaged too, has been taken off life support after almost 6mos of struggling. He had been going thru TONS of shit at home w.his parents [one is also very very sick] & he had the opportunity 2go 2this concert. He LOVED Furthur..seriously. All he did was listen to Furthur, never had any other cd's or anything. He was actually thinking about getting a tattoo to honor them. He had all types of shirts & hoodies made w.Furthur on them lol..he even got some of his friends into them as well. When we found out they were coming 2PGH we knew we had 2get him tickets. He was so excited & then everything in his life started going downhill. He was saving money 2get the tickets & everything. One day we went 2 a pizza shop, and uknow how they have the "Donate a dollar to save Sally's life" cups? He took out this paper bag & put it in the jar. All his money he had saved up. He didnt eat anymore, he was just walking around like a zombie. He's a diabetic & wasnt taking care of himself..and anyone who knows anything about Diabetic's, knows that when they're body starts acting up..they can do CRAZY things. A friend & I dragged him 2the dr's where he refused 2talk 2them & tell them anything. He had severe depression & wldnt even get out of bed. We got him the tickets, thinking he wld take this girl that lived a few houses down..but he didnt even care. Not even a smile. His dad tried over & over again 2get him out of bed & help him feel better but nothing worked. The night of the concert he agreed 2go 2the concert w.his dad if we stopped nagging him [we sang jingle bells for 2hrs straight]. I got a call from him a few hrs later & he thanked me & told me he loved me & appreciated everything we've done 4him. But nothing would make him alive again. He said that his soul had died & he was a walking shell. He started talking crazy then..he didnt remember who he was talking 2. I knew he was going into diabetic shock & acting crazy. He hung up on me & next thing I find out I lost one of my best friends. Joey was one of the sweetest ppl ive ever met. I lost 12ppl in the last 2yrs..and every one of them have impacted me. But losing Joey really hurt. He was my sons godfather. So b4 u sit here & talk shit on someone u know NOTHiNG about. Remember that he was someones SON, BROTHER, GODFATHER, UNCLE. Remember that HiS family & friends are MOURNiNG THE LOSS OF A LOVED ONE. Show respect. If this was your father or brother you would feel the same way!"

Very sad.
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Re: Deadthread
« Reply #27 on: Apr 02, 2011, 05:32 PM »
:o :o :o :o :o

GOOD LAWD!!!!!!  Well hot dawg!  Thanks for sharing all of these!!  Ahhhhhh!
Ummmmmm. WOW.  I can't wait to download these!!!

Thanks nuggs! :beer:
No problem. My personal favs are Jerry's banjo lesson and the gig w/ Sara.
Again, let me know if any of the dl's don't work. It's been a while since I first put 'em up.
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Re: Deadthread
« Reply #28 on: Apr 02, 2011, 09:09 PM »
Aw... that's some crazy events there...

To hear he was only 19 and from 10 minutes outside of my hometown in PA is kind of nuts.  Grateful it isn't someone very close to me, but everyone involved has been in my thoughts and prayers all week since I first heard about it.
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Re: Deadthread
« Reply #29 on: Apr 02, 2011, 10:21 PM »
Nuggets thanks for the nuggets!  :thumbsup:
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Re: Deadthread
« Reply #30 on: Apr 02, 2011, 10:28 PM »
Aw... that's some crazy events there...

  Grateful it isn't someone very close to me, but everyone involved has been in my thoughts and prayers all week since I first heard about it.

Same here.

I'll be seeing Furthur with my daughter on Tuesday in Orlando. Been looking forward to it for a while now, but this young guys death has kind of put a damper on my enthusiasm. I know it really hasn't got anything to do with the band, and could have happened at any show this guy went to, but it's just really sad, and has me bummed out a bit.

Really hoping the power of the music Tuesday night will do it's magic on me, as it has so many times before.
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« Reply #31 on: Apr 02, 2011, 10:51 PM »
Aw... that's some crazy events there...

  Grateful it isn't someone very close to me, but everyone involved has been in my thoughts and prayers all week since I first heard about it.

Same here.

I'll be seeing Furthur with my daughter on Tuesday in Orlando. Been looking forward to it for a while now, but this young guys death has kind of put a damper on my enthusiasm. I know it really hasn't got anything to do with the band, and could have happened at any show this guy went to, but it's just really sad, and has me bummed out a bit.

Really hoping the power of the music Tuesday night will do it's magic on me, as it has so many times before.
I hear ya on that, I think it's up to us fans to bring as much positive juice to the scene as possible to help heal the vibe & say our prayers (or whatever we do!) while we're there as our token to the loss.

I think dancing as much as possible and smiling at all the faces is prayer in itself, and just being aware of the memory brings light to things... I might even stop a stranger, just to shake their hand

Everybody is playing, in the Heart of Gold Band 

   
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Re: Deadthread
« Reply #32 on: Apr 04, 2011, 07:45 PM »
Set One:

Hell In A Bucket
Cold Rain & Snow
West LA Fadeaway
To Lay Me Down
Peggy-O
Ramble On Rose
Samson and Delilah

Deal



Set Two:

Iko Iko
The Last Time (Stones)
Wharf Rat >
Born Cross Eyed >
Dark Star
Time (Floyd)
Dear Prudence
The Eleven
Lady With A Fan > Terrapin Station > Terrapin Station Suite


Encore: Brokedown Palace



Suuuuuper nightttt  :)  Things got a little spacey in the second set where it didn't exactly feel like everyone was meshing... but when they did come together it was powerful and sweet bliss!!  I bolded my fave'erts, and our seats were at a great area for dancing, far right as you can go!  Well we kinda made that our area, but it felt great to dance it up!

The way the crowd sang along to Ramble On Rose was awesome, and I walked in just in time to catch Cold Rain & Snow startin' up  8)

Beautiful warm night in Atlanta........  :thumbsup:
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Re: Deadthread
« Reply #33 on: Apr 11, 2011, 05:55 PM »
A little late with my thoughts on the Orlando show, but just now back home from my trip.

UCF is a BEAUTIFUL campus, and has a really sweet on campus arena. :thumbsup: The stage was at 1/2 house, so I figured it held around 4-5k. The band was on fire, and gave us such a rockin show, I'm still smilin. ;)

I can't wait for a summer show or two. Definitely going to try for the St. Augustine show, as that's one of my favorite places,with a real nice, small, outside Amp. 8)

Here's the UCF setlist:

Set One:

Here Comes Sunshine
Celebration
Dear Mr. Fantasy
I Need A Miracle
Welcome To Dance >
Around & Around
Cosmic Charlie
Sugar Magnolia

Set Two:

Fire On The Mountain >
Cassidy
Unbroken Chain
Strawberry Fields >
Wish Upon A Star - (Disney instrumental) >
We Love You >
The Other One
Comes A Time >
The Wheel >
Truckin

Encore:

Touch Of Grey

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Re: Deadthread
« Reply #34 on: Apr 11, 2011, 09:25 PM »
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Re: Deadthread
« Reply #35 on: Apr 17, 2011, 10:01 PM »
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Some good quality vids from official released dvds.
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Re: Deadthread
« Reply #36 on: Apr 18, 2011, 06:47 PM »
yo deadheads in this deadthread. I was just browsing the archive.org and noticed the dead are on there. is there any particular time period when they were at their peak or anything? I'm going to try to download a show or 2 that are different, but know nothing about the dead outside of a handfull of songs.
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Re: Deadthread
« Reply #37 on: Apr 18, 2011, 07:36 PM »
yo deadheads in this deadthread. I was just browsing the archive.org and noticed the dead are on there. is there any particular time period when they were at their peak or anything? I'm going to try to download a show or 2 that are different, but know nothing about the dead outside of a handfull of songs.
I'm a big fan of anything from the 1970's.  I believe that you can only stream soundboards as of a few years ago.  If it's a download I think that you'll be limited to audience recordings.  If you like what you hear and want to make a purchase, you can't really go wrong with any of the Dick's Picks series.

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Re: Deadthread
« Reply #38 on: Apr 18, 2011, 07:49 PM »
yo deadheads in this deadthread. I was just browsing the archive.org and noticed the dead are on there. is there any particular time period when they were at their peak or anything? I'm going to try to download a show or 2 that are different, but know nothing about the dead outside of a handfull of songs.

That's the equivalent of a kid in a candy store to me. ;) There's just so much out there,it's hard to pick one era over another. Depends on the mood I'm in. They were all great in their own right,imo.

Most of the time when I'm on archive I tend to listen to shows I went to. Love the flashbacks, I guess. :)

I would suggest trying a sample from different eras. Can't go wrong with almost anything from a MSG run. They always seemed to be really on top of their game at the Garden. NYE shows were always a blast and a fun listen too.
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Re: Deadthread
« Reply #39 on: Apr 18, 2011, 07:55 PM »
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