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Grateful Dead - 30 trips around the sun ~ 4 cd box-set [2015]
4 CD Box-Set! "30 Trips Around The Sun: The Definitive Live Story 1965 - 1995", eine der geplanten Veröffentlichungen alnläßlich "50 Jahre Grateful Dead", ist eine großartig aufgemachte, hoch interessante Box mit 4 CDs, die die Live-Aktivitäten der legendären Band ihrer 30 Jahre des "kompletten" Bestehens, also bis zum Tod von Jerry Garcia am 9. August 1995 durchleuchtet. Aus jedem Jahr ihrer Karriere ist ein bis dato noch nie veröffentlichte Live-Track aus einem ihrer Konzerte des jeweiligen Jahres enthalten. Zudem ist ein feines Essay von Dead-Spezi Jesse Jarnow enthalten, mit Ausführungen zu jedem einzelnen Track dieser Box. Vorzügliches, exquisites Teil!

Die komplette Tracklist:

1. Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks)
2. Cream Puff War (Live at Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA 7/3/66)
3. Viola Lee Blues (Live at Shrine (Exhibition Hall, Los Angeles, CA1/10/67)
4. Dark Star (Live at Greek Theater, Berkeley, CA 10/20/68)
5. Doin' That Rag (Live at Dream Bowl, Vallejo, CA 2/22/69)
6. Dancing In The Street (Live at Winterland, San Francisco,CA 4/15/70)
7. Ain't It Crazy (The Rub) (Live at Fox Theater, St. Louis, MO 3/18/71)
8. Tomorrow Is Forever (Live at The Palace Theater, Waterbury, CT 9/24/72)
9. Here Comes Sunshine (Live from San Diego Sports Arena 11/14/73)

Disc 2:
1. Uncle John's Band (Live from Parc des Expositions, Dijon, France 9/18/74)
2. Franklin's Tower (Live From Lindley Meadows, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco 9/28/75)
3. Scarlet Begonias (Live at Cobo Hall, Detroit, MI 10/3/76)
4. Estimated Prophet (Live at Capital Theatre, Passaic, NJ 4/25/77)
5. Samson And Delilah (Live at Providence Civic Center, Providence, RI 5/14/78)
6. Lost Sailor>Saint Of Circumstance (Live at Cape Cod Coliseum, South Yarmouth, MA 10/27/79)
7. Deep Elem Blues (Live at Lakeland Civic Center, Lakeland, FL 11/28/80)

Disc 3:
1. Shakedown Street (Live at Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 5/16/81)
2. Bird Song (Live at Manor Downs, Austin, TX 7/31/82)
3. My Brother Esau (Live at The Centrum, Worchester, MA 10/21/83)
4. Feel Like A Stranger (Live at Agusta Civic Center, Agusta, ME 10/12/84)
5. Let It Grow (Live at River Bend Music Center, Cincinnati, OH 6/24/85)
6. Comes A Time (Live at Cal Expo Amphitheatre, Sacramento, CA 5/3/86)
7. Morning Dew (Live at Madison Square Garden, New York, NY 9/18/87)

Disc 4:
1. Not Fade Away (Live at Oxford Plains Speedway, Oxford, ME 7/3/88)
2. Blow Away (Live at Miami Arena, Miami, FL 10/26/89)
3. Ramble On Rose (Live at Zenith, Paris, France 10/27/90)
4. High Time (Live From Madison Square Garden, New York, NY 9/10/91)
5. Althea (Live at Copps Coliseum, Ontario Canada 3/20/92)
6. Broken Arrow (Live at Knickerbocker Arena, Albany, NY 3/27/1993)
7. So Many Roads (Live at Boston Garden, Boston, MA 10/1/94)
8. Visions Of Johanna (Delta Center, Salt Lake City, UT 2/21/95)

Art-Nr.: 8971
Gruppe: Musik || Sparte: Rock
Status: Programm || Typ: CD || Preis: € 39,90

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Grateful Dead - red rocks 7/8/78 [2016]
3 CD-Set! In der endlosen Grateful Dead Live-Historie gilt das Jahr 1978 unter den Experten als eines der besten der Band. Dieses 3 CD-Set beinhaltet erstmalig die Veröffentlichung eines der unter den Dead-Heads gefeiertsten und begehrtesten Shows aus diesem Jahr, der Auftritt vom 8. Juli 1978 aus dem legendären Red Rocks Amphitheatre von Morrison/Colorado. Es handelt sich um Master Recordings von den lange als verloren geglaubten "Betty Boards", seltenen Aufnahmen der langjährigen Grateful Dead-"Engineerin" Betty Cantor-Jackson. Es war eine der ersten Shows, die die Dead im Laufe ihrer Karriere am berühmten "roten Felsen" spielten. Ein monumentales Hippie-Event, gefeiert als eines der größten Konzerte der Grateful Dead-Geschichte.

Die komplette Setlist:

Disc 1
1. Bertha> (6:43)
2. Good Lovin’ (6:52)
3. Dire Wolf (4:07)
4. El Paso (4:24)
5. It Must Have Been The Roses (7:16)
6. New Minglewood Blues (6:09)
7. Ramble On Rose (8:34)
8. Promised Land (4:37)
9. Deal> (6:26)
10. Samson and Delilah (7:44)
11. Ship Of Fools (7:45)

Disc 2
1. Estimated Prophet> (12:44)
2. The Other One> (8:51)
3. Eyes Of The World> (10:34)
4. Rhythm Devils> (11:34)
5. Space> (4:22)
6. Wharf Rat> (8:43)
7. Franklin’s Tower (10:38)
8. Sugar Magnolia (9:40)

Disc 3
1. Terrapin Station> (10:48)
2. One More Saturday Night (5:13)
3. Werewolves Of London (6:44)

Art-Nr.: 9170
Gruppe: Musik || Sparte: Rock
Status: Programm || Typ: CD || Preis: € 26,90

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Grateful Dead - road trips vol.4 No.2 - april fools, east rutherford 1988 [2018]
Nur sehr begrenzte Stückzahl vorhanden!

Sehr rar! 3 CD-Set! Neue exzellente Veröffentlichung aus der fantasischen Grateful Dead "Road trips"-Serie, der Nachfolge-Serie von den berühmten "Dick's Picks"-Releases. Ein weiteres begnadetes Live-Dokument aus den Dead-Archiven. Es handelt sich um das komplette Konzert vom 1. April 1988 und zusätzlich ein paar Highlights aus der Show tags davor, also am 31. April 1988, jeweils aus der berühmten Brendan Byrne Arena von East Rutherford/New Jersey . Der Sound ist klasse! Die Band ist in prächtiger Verfassung. Ein weiteres Live-Highlight für die vielen Deadheads..

Hier das offizielle Statement zu dieser Veröffentlichung von Blair Jackson:

You all know about the glory that was 1987. A year after we almost lost Jerry to his diabetic coma in the summer of ’86, the Dead were back, Jerry was the phoenix risen, and the band was bigger than ever: There was “Touch of Grey,” In the Dark, the stadium tour with Dylan, a huge influx of new Heads; it was good times all around, for sure. The band was revived and a new day dawned!
But when I interviewed Garcia for my old Dead ’zine, The Golden Road, the following autumn—1988—he revealed that he felt like he was just then finally catching up to his old, pre-coma self, “That is to say, having access to everything I know about playing. I’m getting to that point where it’s physically as comfortable… [and] feeling there.”
Indeed, 1988 was a fantastic year for the Dead, with some of the band’s most explosive and energetic playing, as the whole band rose to meet Garcia in his return to absolute peak form. This “high” washed over into 1989—a year that has been extensively documented with official releases in part because the band recorded so many shows on multi-track tape and multi-camera video (Downhill From Here,Truckin’ Up to Buffalo,Nightfall of Diamonds, the recent Formerly the Warlocks box). But 1988 has, curiously, been largely ignored, save for a single official download-only release many years ago of the epic 3/27/88 Hampton show. What gives? It’s certainly no reflection of the quality of the music from ’88, which most Dead Heads would agree was almost uniformly strong. You’ll find many folks singing the praises of runs at Kaiser, the Centrum, Irvine, Alpine, Frost, the Greek, Alpine, Oxford Plains in Maine, Laguna Seca… just solid stuff all around. Gets me tingly just thinkin’ about it!
Well, we haven’t forgotten ’88—far from it—and this edition of Road Trips (Vol. 4, No. 2) shows you why. It offers up the entire April 1, 1988 concert from the Brendan Byrne Arena in East Rutherford, NJ (maybe you just called it “the Meadowlands” back in the day), plus the entire second set and a few first set highlights from the previous night’s show, March 31. That April Fools show is a real barn-burner, with a first set that includes a “double-opener” of high-octane versions of “Mississippi Half-Step” and “Jack Straw,” a rare and nearly perfect take on “To Lay Me Down” (played for just the second time since 1983), followed directly by the second (and final) GD-only version of Dylan’s “Ballad of a Thin Man.” Less than a year after their six-show jaunt with the Mysterious One, Weir & Co. give the classic tune an impressively emotional workout; in fact, it’s hard to discern why it didn’t remain in the Dead’s repertoire after this evening. That first set also includes nearly manic versions of both “Cumberland” and “Deal.” Blazing!
There’s no letup in Set Two, either, as the band tears through what looks on paper like a fairly conventional set list, but in execution is far from that. “China Cat” > “Rider,” “Estimated” > “Eyes” and “The Other One” > “Wharf Rat” all sound fresh and alive, and seem to glow with fiery embers thanks to Garcia’s speedy and imaginative runs—basically the guy is on fire!
A few nuggets from the 3/31 first set are tucked onto the back side of Disc One—including a superb “Let It Grow”—and then that night’s second set fills the other disc, and it’s another rockin’ affair loaded with favorites: A “Scarlet” > “Fire” nearly the equal of the famous Hampton version just four nights earlier, a fine “Terrapin,” and a post-“Drums” that never lets up as it moves from “Goin’ Down the Road” into “Miracle,” “Dear Mr. Fantasy,” the coda of “Hey Jude,” and “Watchtower” in the closing slot. The encore is another Dylan tune, “Heaven’s Door”—a perfect grace note for a raucous and exciting show. We should also note that the “Rhythm Devils” and “Space” portions of each show are also fantastically varied and interesting—in the spring of ’89 Garcia will be the last band member to “go MIDI,” so this is provides a glimpse of the more “pure” Garcia “Space” tones.
Intrigued? You should be! It’s hot stuff from beginning to end. As is customary, the original recordings (in this case by Dan Healy) have been mastered to HDCD specs by Jeffrey Norman.

Die Komplette Setlist:

Disc 1:

1. Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodleloo - 10:09
2. Jack Straw - 5:18
3. To Lay Me Down - 8:29
4. Ballad Of A Thin Man - 6:51
5. When Push Comes To Shove - 4:49
6. New Minglewood Blues - 7:47
7. Cumberland Blues - 5:51
8. Deal - 7:10
9. When I Paint My Masterpiece - 5:03
10. Let It Grow - 12:10
11. Brokedown Palace - 5:21

Disc 2:
1. Scarlet Begonias - 8:05
2. Fire On The Mountain - 11:34
3. Samson And Delilah - 6:39
4. Terrapin Station - 11:41
5. Rhythm Devils - 5:52
6. Space - 6:22
7. Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad - 6:17
8. I Need A Miracle - 3:21
9. Dear Mr. Fantasy - 4:20
10. Hey Jude - 1:41
11. All Along The Watchtower - 4:45
12. Knockin' On Heaven's Door - 8:29

Disc 3:
1. China Cat Sunflower - 6:19
2. I Know You Rider - 5:36
3. Estimated Prophet - 12:35
4. Eyes Of The World - 8:55
5. Rhythm Devils - 6:59
6. Space - 8:33
7. The Other One - 7:18
8. Wharf Rat - 7:54
9. Throwing Stones - 9:05
10. Not Fade Away - 5:57

Art-Nr.: 9641
Gruppe: Musik || Sparte: Rock
Status: Neuheit || Typ: CD || Preis: € 46,90

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Grateful Dead - rocking the cradle ~ egypt 1978 [2008]
2 CDs & 1 DVD-Set!
Recorded live at Gizah Sound & Light Thaeter, Cairo, Egypt, 15. und 16. September 1978! 30 Jahre nach Grateful Dead's legendärem Ägypten-Trip erscheint dieses historische Ereignis nun auf einer Doppel-CD (über 145 Minuten Spielzeit) und einer großartigen Live-DVD!
Die DVD ist "code free" und somit auf jedem DVD-Player abspielbar!

Der offizielle Text zur Veröffentlichung:

"Good things come to those who wait! First, it took 30 years to produce this ultra-cool 2CD/DVD set from the Dead’s legendary September 1978 run at the Sound & Light Theater, outside Cairo, nestled in the dunes just a short mummy-walk from the Great Pyramid and the mysterious Sphinx. Then, Dead Heads had to endure the long, restless weeks between the announcement of the release and when they could actually order it. Well, ring them bells, because the wait is over! This beautiful and historic package, Rocking the Cradle: Grateful Dead, Egypt 1978, which includes two exceptional music CDs and a DVD with over 95 minutes of concert footage from the Egypt shows (plus an impressionistic “Vacation Tapes” mini-documentary that shows the band and Dead family at play) is now available. Much has been written about this storied adventure: About the band’s long-standing desire to play in “places of power,” as Phil put it years ago… The incredible logistical gymnastics necessary to get permission for this strangest of American rock bands to bring their peculiar alchemy to the cradle of the ancient world… The huge, scattered caravan of crazies that descended on Cairo from the U.S. and Europe, drawn to the desert by some irresistible force… The sheer magnitude of shipping in tons of sound equipment, setting up in 110-degree heat, maxing out the local power grid, trying to turn the King’s Chamber in the Great Pyramid into an echo chamber (alas, Osiris would have none of that!)… The wondrous interplay at each of the three concerts between Nubian drummers and singers and the Grateful Dead… The miraculous final show, during a total lunar eclipse… The synchronicity of that last show and the signing of a peace treaty between Egypt and Israel… Magical horse and camel rides under the desert moon…Trips up and down the Nile… High adventure at every turn!

The three Egypt concerts—September 14, 15, 16, 1978—were captured on a 24-track tape recorder with an eye towards putting out a live album to help defray the (considerable) cost of the expedition. When the Dead got home, however, they discovered that the tapes of all of the first night and part of the second were not useable because of technical problems. Then the band got wrapped up in finishing their Shakedown Street album (begun before the Egypt venture), and soon the notion of putting out the Egypt album lost its momentum. But just as Howard Carter and all those other explorers in the ’20s and ’30s couldn’t stay away from the tombs in the Valley of the Kings, the Dead weren’t about to let those Egypt multitracks stay buried by the sands of time. Next thing you know there’s a phone call to ace GD mixer Jeffrey Norman and he and vaultkeeper David Lemieux discover that despite the problems with the first night’s tapes, there’s still lots of great material available from nights two and three, including: a dynamite “Shakedown Street” (just the second live version ever), “Truckin’,” an exquisite “Stella Blue,” “Eyes of the World,” fresh takes on then-new songs such as “Stagger Lee” and “I Need A Miracle,” and the hypnotic Egyptian tune called “Ollin Arageed” that features Hamza El Din and other percussionists, who are then joined by the Dead for a jam into “Fire on the Mountain.” Wow!

And the concert video, though rough around the edges in places, is quite a revelation as well. Not only does the DVD include many of the best tunes on the CDs—you’ll dig seeing Jerry do some pretty energetic thrashing here and there—it contains two songs not on disc—“Bertha” and “Good Lovin’.” The concert material has been mixed in both stereo and surround sound, with two listening options: DTS 5.1 and PCM Stereo. The beautifully designed booklet (with cover inspired by the late, great Alton Kelley’s Egypt 1978 tour poster) contains a revealing essay by longtime Ice Nine Publishing chief (and Egypt trip co-organizer) Alan Trist, and many rare photos. All that’s missing is sand, the smell of camels and some 'hubbly-bubbly'"!

Die komplette Setlist:

Disc 1
1 Jack Straw - 6:44   
2 Row Jimmy - 11:46   
3 New, New Minglewood Blues - 6:26   
4 Candyman - 7:29   
5 Looks Like Rain - 8:52   
6 Stagger Lee - 7:29   
7 I Need a Miracle - 5:45   
8 It's All Over Now - 7:39   
9 Deal - 7:03   

Disc 2
1 Ollin Arageed - 6:56   
2 Fire on the Mountain - 14:05   
3 Iko Iko - 7:03   
4 Shakedown Street - 15:30   
5 Drums - 3:31   
6 Space - 2:26   
7 Truckin' - 10:14   
8 Stella Blue - 8:18   
9 Around and Around - 8:21   

Disc 3 - DVD (Live Concert Film)
1 Bertha
2 Good Lovin'
3 Row Jimmy
4 New, New Minglewood Blues
5 Candyman
6 Looks Like Rain
7 Deal
8 Ollin Arageed
9 Fire on the Mountain
10 Iko Iko
11 I Need a Miracle
12 It's All Over Now
13 Truckin'
14 The Vacation Tapes (kleiner Film über den Trip)

Art-Nr.: 5996
Gruppe: Musik || Sparte: Rock
Status: Programm || Typ: CD || Preis: € 28,90

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Grateful Dead - wake up to find out: nassau col., uniondale, ny - 3/29/90 [2014]
3 CD-Set! Endlich veröffentlicht: Legendäre Show von Grateful Dead aus dem Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale/NY vom 29. März 1990 mit dem grandiosen Saxophonisten Branford Marsalis als "special guest". Die Zusammenspiel der Band, vor allem von Jerry Garcia und Branford Marsalis ist herausragend gut und ging als eines der absoluten Highlights in die Annalen der späteren Band-Geschichte ein. Exzellenter Sound, direkt gemixt von den 24-Track Analog Master Tapres. Rund 2 1/2 Stunden meisterhafte Dead-Musik! Fabelhaft!

Die komplette Setlist:

Disc 1:
1. Jack Straw - 6:15
2. Bertha - 6:59
3. We Can Run - 6:04
4. Ramble On Rose - 8:08
5. When I Paint My Masterpiece - 6:02
6. Bird Song - 13:05
7. Promised Land - 4:46

Disc 2:
1. Eyes Of The World - 16:33
2. Estimated Prophet - 14:47
3. Dark Star - 18:19
4. Drums - 10:23

Disc 3:
1. Space - 7:53
2. Dark Star - 2:46
3. The Wheel - 4:23
4. Throwing Stones - 9:25
5. Turn On Your Lovelight - 7:41
6. Knockin' On Heaven's Door - 8:24

Art-Nr.: 8664
Gruppe: Musik || Sparte: Rock
Status: Programm || Typ: CD || Preis: € 25,90

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Phish - coral sky [2010]
2 DVD-Set! Legendäres Konzert der großartigen Jamrock-Formation vom 2. November 1996 aus dem Coral Sky Amphitheater in West Palm Beach/Florida. Es war die einzige Open Air-Show der damaligen U. S. Herbst-Tournee, bei der einige hochkarätige Gäste mit von der Partie waren, wie während des gesamten Auftritts, Santana's Percussionist Karl Perazzo und Butch Trucks (The Allman Brothers Band) am Schlagzeug, während der Zugabe. Nicht nur deswegen geniesst die Show unter den Fans so etwas wie Kultstatus. Toller, begeisternder, rhythmischer, Energie geladener Auftritt der Band voller Spielfreude und exzellenter Jams. Zu sehen und zu hören gibt's die komplette Show. Spielzeit 2 1/2 Stunden! Hervorragend gefilmt im klasse Dolby 5.1 Surround Sound! Die DVD ist "code free" und somit auf jedem DVD-Player abspielbar.

Die komplette Setlist:

Disc 1
1 Ya Mar   
2 Julius   
3 Fee   
4 Taste   
5 Cavern   
6 Stash   
7 The Lizards   
8 Free   
9 Johnny B. Goode   

Disc 2
1 Crosseyed and Painless   
2 Run Like an Antelope   
3 Waste   
4 Harry Hood   
5 A Day In the Life   
6 Sweet Adeline   
7 Funky Bitch

Art-Nr.: 7145
Gruppe: Musik || Sparte: Rock
Status: Programm || Typ: DVD || Preis: € 18,90

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