THE GRATEFUL DEAD: Robert F. Kennedy Stadium, Washington, D.C. July 12 & 13 1989 (Limited Edition/Individually Numbered 6CD Box)

The Grateful Dead battled the elements in July 1989, enduring drenching rains and stifling humidity during back-to-back shows at Robert F. Kennedy Stadium in the nation’s capital. In spite of the bleak weather, the band thrilled the massive crowds both nights with triumphant performances that rank among the very best of a busy year that […]

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THE GRATEFUL DEAD: Winterland, San Francisco, New Year’s Eve 1971 (3CD) (1000 only limited edition)

As an eventful year comes to a close, the Dead pull out all the stops in this revelatory hometown performance. Out of the block with an incendiary “Dancin'” there is no let up as Jerry shines during “Tennessee Jed” and “Loser” and Pigpen’s tight and surging renditions of “Chinatown Shuffle” and “Same Thing”. Disc 1: […]

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THE GRATEFUL DEAD: JULY 1978: THE COMPLETE RECORDINGS (12CD Box Ltd Ed. Individually Numbered)

JULY 1978: THE COMPLETE RECORDINGS, five incredible unreleased shows and the first official release from the long-lost “Betty Boards,” recently returned to the Grateful Dead’s vault. Follow the Dead on a sonic journey through a superb selection of settings, an often epic adventure that finds them winning over Willie and Waylon fans in Kansas City, […]

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THE GRATEFUL DEAD: The Vault Box (7 CD Box)

Celebrate the complete “Vault” series with “One From The Vault”, “Two From The Vault” (expanded with a third disc of closing jams), and “Three From The Vault” in a limited-edition box set.  Now you can own the first three shows ever selected for release from the Grateful Dead tape vault, presented in a deluxe archival-quality […]

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THE GRATEFUL DEAD: Very Limited 25CD West Coast Bundle by Various Artists (Grateful Dead, Airplane, Spirit, Joni, Burrito’s…)

We are told ….. The Flying Burrito Brothers- White Line Fever – The Record Plant, Hollywood, September 19th,1971 (CD) Following Sneaky Pete’s decision to leave the band in April ’71 for a more lucrative day job as a session player in L.A., Al Perkins was drafted in from Texas band ‘Shiloh’. Their third album ‘The […]

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THE GRATEFUL DEAD: Avalon Ballroom – April 6th 1969 (Limited 2CD) Full track list shown here

1000 only! On the weekend of April 4-6, 1969, the Grateful Dead headlined at the Avalon Ballroom, the last rock show at the Avalon for almost 40 years. The final night was broadcast on KPFA-FM Berkeley, generating a tape that was one of the few good quality ’69 tapes in early circulation. The two opening […]

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THE GRATEFUL DEAD: Pandora’s Box 1966 – 1995 Is A Miscellany Volume #1 (Limited Edition 3CD 1000 Only)

New series of 3CD limited edition sets, brimming with rarities and unreleased music from 1966 through 1995. Impromptu radio session jams, television performances, interviews and solo obscurities will all feature on these four hours, 3CD releases. What a long strange trip it’s been……. Highlights in volume one to include, Garcia & Grisman radio session at […]

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THE GRATEFUL DEAD: The Golden Road (12CD Box Set)

12 CD set with 15 1/2 hours of music, including 7 hours of previously unreleased material. Includes the Dead’s nine Warner Bros. albums, digitally remastered in HDCD for superior quality. Contains a new 2-disc set, Birth of the Dead, featuring rare and previously unreleased recordings from the band’s pre-Warner days. Includes a 100-page book chronicling […]

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THE GRATEFUL DEAD: The Centrum, Worcester, Massachusetts April 7,8,9 1988 Complete (6CD Box Set Limited Edition 1000 only)

The complete three show run at the Centrum, Worcester, Massachusetts from April 7th, 8th and 9th Limited edition 6CD Box set with fully restored and remastered audio from the original WCUW-FM broadcasts. Plenty of energy with intense flourishes throughout.  Jerry was ON, smiling and soulful. A loose sequential feel across the three nights demanding an […]

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THE GRATEFUL DEAD: Night At The Family Dog (DVD)

In December 1970, public television, then known as N.E.T. (National Educational Television), broadcast two specials as part of its Fanfare series. First, on December 6, there was San Francisco Rock: Go Ride the Music, a documentary about Jefferson Airplane. A week later, on December 13, came San Francisco Rock: A Night at the Family Dog. […]

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THE GRATEFUL DEAD: UIC Pavilion, Chicago 4/11/87 (Ltd/1000 2CD) UIC Pavilion, Chicago 4/11/87 (Ltd/1000 2CD)

They tell us ….. High energy, focused show from the 11,000 space of UIC, Chicago. After a rocky ’86 the band seem to be finding their groove again. From the Bucket-Sugaree opener through Loser, Touch of Grey, Terrapin & Wharf Rat the vibe is maintained and the sound quality from the WXRT-FM broadcast is top-notch. […]

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