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Got Jerry Garcia solo anyone?*

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Daedalus, Feb 18, 2015.

  1. dminches

    dminches Forum Resident

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    I doubt that will ever happen unless they hire someone to take care of all the regular releases.
     
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  2. sami

    sami Just a member

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    Agreed, and the atrocious sound doesn't help matters, either. Night and day in every way from the Vol. 1 vinyl.

    You know, there was a lot of discussion of what could be the next JGB vinyl package, and they could do a lot worse that staying in order with Vol.3, although the length would probably require five records, making it cost prohibitive.
     
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  3. sami

    sami Just a member

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    I'd sign for that right now.
     
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  4. sami

    sami Just a member

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    I'd sign for that as well. The JGB I enjoy most are the bands where there were no b/g vocals - Merle, Nicky, and Ozzie. Although I do love what Gloria and Jackie brought to the final iteration.
     
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  5. Wright

    Wright Forum Resident

    Way overdue.
     
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  6. birdstrike

    birdstrike Flyin’ High

    Listening to I Shall Be Released, Sept. 16, '89, Jerry Garcia Band.

    Great version. Cool organ solo, pushing Jerry, who fires off some flame-throwing solo runs.
     
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  7. fishcane

    fishcane Dirt Farmer

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  8. Joe Spivey

    Joe Spivey Your friendly neighborhood Spivey-Man

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  9. Dennis0675

    Dennis0675 Relaxed Member

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  10. sami

    sami Just a member

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  11. Dennis0675

    Dennis0675 Relaxed Member

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    It’s a very good list this year.
     
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  12. dtuck90

    dtuck90 Forum Resident

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    Is this USA only like Jerry releases usually are?
     
  13. sami

    sami Just a member

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    Need to check it out later. Give me a sneak peek at what's good.
     
  14. IMMusicRulz

    IMMusicRulz The Fifth Bangle

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    I own Old And In The Way and Jerry Garcia-David Grisman Not For Kids Only on compact disc. Both are pretty good releases.

    I also own Ace by Bob Weir on CD, and a late 80s repress of Heaven Help The Fool on vinyl, but that's a little off topic...
     
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  15. Dennis0675

    Dennis0675 Relaxed Member

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    Prine, Tom petty, Warren zevon, ABB string dusters
     
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  16. Spazros

    Spazros Forum Resident

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  17. Dennis0675

    Dennis0675 Relaxed Member

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    It’s a big run, 7,500. Any amount of reasonable effort should get a copy at retail. It’s the stuff that’s under 2,000 and in high demand that gets flipped for big money.
     
  18. uzn007

    uzn007 Pack Rat

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    Psyched for this. Based on prior experience, it should be possible to pick up for at least the first week after release.
     
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  19. dtuck90

    dtuck90 Forum Resident

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    Considering there’s not much on the list this year I’m after I will pay to get this from the US
     
  20. sami

    sami Just a member

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    True. If this was 1500 it would be insane.
     
  21. Dennis0675

    Dennis0675 Relaxed Member

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    I think Eel river was 2,000 and that was a good bit of effort to get on RSD, 7,500 just means making an effort to go to a record store at some Point that weekend. I think the Tom petty thing is 12,000, most stuff isn’t going to be hard to get. I’d say an effort is being made to spread things out and not have big lines.
     
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  22. Joe Spivey

    Joe Spivey Your friendly neighborhood Spivey-Man

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    7,500 seems like a good amount to press. The GD release is getting 6,700 in comparison but I have seen its stated at 10,000 too.

    RSD DROPS 2021 > Grateful Dead - Olympia Theatre, Paris, France 5/3/72

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    GRATEFUL DEAD
    Olympia Theatre, Paris, France 5/3/72

    DETAILS
    Event: RSD DROPS 2021
    Release Date: 6/12/2021
    Format: 6 x LP
    Label: Rhino/Grateful Dead Productions
    Quantity: 6700
    Release type: RSD Drops 2021 Jun 12th
     
  23. challenge

    challenge Forum Resident

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    Agree I wish they could have just done a normal release for this one. Flippers are going to be snatching this one up and posting it for $300 on discogs right away.

    Even with 7,500 this will be snatched up first thing. No way will it be normal price for a week

    The good thing is the Jerry Garcia camp has done represses if needed like Eel and Acoustic
     
  24. Senor Muddy

    Senor Muddy Forum Resident

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    The Garcia Band release is an RSD first, which means it have a general release later.

    The GD '72 is RSD exclusive.
     
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  25. challenge

    challenge Forum Resident

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    Just saw that thank god because this is one of the last things I need in my collection
     

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