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From: JakeStraw4/12/2019 11:43:15 AM
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From: JakeStraw4/22/2019 3:35:27 PM
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Who's up for a revolutionary evolutionary ride? DAVE'S PICKS VOLUME 30: FILLMORE EAST, NEW YORK, NEW YORK 1/2/70 captures the Grateful Dead as they make their first foray from the experimental 60s into their early 70s acoustic Americana period. Yes, this one is a little bit country and a little bit (psychedelic) rock and roll.
When the "Magnificent Seven" - Pigpen on percussion, T.C. on keys - first took the stage on 1/2/70, evidence was clear that the trip was about to take a turn. From their western wears to the twang in Jerry’s “broken-string blues,” it appeared they'd brought the Bakersfield sound to the Big Apple. They worked through much of what would become Workingman's Dead, stunning the crowd with laid-back numbers like "Uncle John's Band," "Casey Jones," and "Black Peter." Just the same, they satisfied 60s stalwarts with magical versions of "Dark Star," "St. Stephen," and "That's It For The Other One." Sonic alchemy, indeed!
DAVE'S PICKS VOLUME 30: FILLMORE EAST, NEW YORK, New York 1/2/70 has been rounded out with a bit of 1/3/70 (the subscribers-only bonus disc features the bulk of 1/3/70). It was recorded by the great Owsley "Bear" Stanley and has been lovingly mastered to HDCD specs by Jeffrey Norman.
DAVE'S PICKS VOLUME 30 is limited to 20,000 individually-numbered copies*.
GRAB A COPY
*Limited to 2 per order. Very limited quantity available.

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From: JakeStraw4/30/2019 11:17:17 AM
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Bob Dylan - The Rolling Thunder Revue: The 1975 Live Recordings To Be Released by Columbia Records / Legacy Recordings
Monumental 14CD Box Set Includes 5 Complete Bob Dylan Sets From Rolling Thunder Revue Concerts Spanning October-December First Leg, Rehearsal Performances, Rarities And More
Available June 7, 2019
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From: JakeStraw5/10/2019 9:23:18 AM
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WOODSTOCK - BACK TO THE GARDEN: THE DEFINITIVE 50TH ANNIVERSARY ARCHIVE
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This summer marks the 50th anniversary of Woodstock, the defining event of a generation and one of the most iconic moments in popular music history. Despite its enduring cultural significance, no one has ever attempted to document the historic festival as it unfolded in real time. Until now.

Limited to 1,969 individually numbered copies, WOODSTOCK - BACK TO THE GARDEN: THE DEFINITIVE 50th ANNIVERSARY ARCHIVE features 38 discs, 432-tracks - 267 previously unreleased - a near complete reconstruction of Woodstock clocking in at 36 hours, with every artist performance from the festival in chronological order. Housed in a screen-printed plywood box with canvas insert inspired by the Woodstock stage set up, the set also includes a Blu-ray copy of the Woodstock film, a replica of the original program, a guitar strap, two Woodstock posters, a reprint of a diary written by an anonymous attendee during the festival, two 8x10 prints from legendary rock photographer Henry Diltz, and essays by Andy Zax, acclaimed music scribe Jesse Jarnow, and trailblazing rock critic Ellen Sander. The archive also contains a copy of Woodstock: 3 Days of Peace & Music (Reel Art Press), a comprehensive new hardbound book about the event written by Michael Lang, one of the festival’s co-creators.

Dead.net orders will come with four exclusive Dale Saltzman 18x15 lithographs, based on banners that were onsite at the original festival.

20 Hours Previously Unheard including full performances from the Grateful Dead, Creedence Clearwater Revival, The Band, The Who, Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young, and more

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To: JakeStraw who wrote (49820)5/10/2019 9:37:51 AM
From: Jerry Held
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So for $800, are you in?

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To: Jerry Held who wrote (49821)5/10/2019 9:40:44 AM
From: JakeStraw
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Umm... probably not ;) Are you? :)

Actually, I want to tapper-down my CD collection... Vinyl, no way!! ;)

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To: JakeStraw who wrote (49822)5/10/2019 10:24:00 AM
From: Jerry Held
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I'm like you. I've had enough of Woodstock.

I've got too many cd's now too, but I seem to still be buying them.

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To: Jerry Held who wrote (49823)5/10/2019 10:27:43 AM
From: JakeStraw
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Yeah, I'm very impulsive & compulsive when it comes to music as well ;)

Now I have added to it with thousands of songs on Amazon Music... I'm hopeless!! :))

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To: JakeStraw who wrote (49824)5/10/2019 11:08:20 AM
From: Jerry Held
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Ha Ha. I'm a Prime member with Amazon and I've never explored their music offering. Am I right that is free with Prime?

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To: Jerry Held who wrote (49825)5/10/2019 11:13:56 AM
From: JakeStraw
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If the song/album is marked "Prime", then yes it's free :)

I have also purchased song songs/albums as well... I like that it's on my phone & portable ;)

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