Had a great time today with kids from @mspcc1878 really fun day, was really happy to put some smiles on their faces and they did a great job on making me feel like a kid again 😁 #ThisIsWhyWePlay#DancingBear
If that last post sold the Avalon Skull & Roses poster, maybe this will sell these. Both posters are original and in near-mint condition. “Greatful Dead” Family Dog Yellow Frankenstein (14.25” x 20.5”) is SOLD; Relix Jerry Garcia (18.25” x 26.75”) is $25.00 and still available. Shipping in USA for an additional $9.00 or so. Email me at dserrins at gmail dot com to order.
***SOLD**** The Grateful Dead Oxford Circle Skull & Roses Avalon Poster, 20” wide x 28” high, is iconic to say the least. It is also the most asked about item in Mike’s collection and, sadly, he is no longer here to answer whether it is an original, reprint, fake, or whatever. I can provide a lengthy discourse on why “Victim Or The Crime” is a great Grateful Dead song, but I know very little about posters. This one is in good but not exceptional condition. The black border you see is the quartz countertop in my kitchen and that bright reflection comes from the pendant lights above. My own research says that those inquiring want to know that the bottom of the poster says RP 006 (c) 1977 KELLEY/MOUSE. I have also researched it enough to know that the $150.00 asking price is fair and could possibly be something special.
Here’s A Look At The Current Grateful Dead Pinventory (~);} These Can Be Found Under The Grateful Dead Pins Listing On Page 5 Of My Bigcartel‼️Individual Pin Prices Range From $11-13. $1.50 Shipping For US Residents, $10-14 Everywhere Else. Freebies Included With All Orders🎁Click The Direct Link In My Bio To Purchase Or DM To Check Out With Me Through PayPal🙃🖖🏼(((💛)))
“We’ve done 11 seasons with Rogue Farm Corps. We’ve graduated 32 interns over the years, and many of them have continued in agriculture. It makes me happy that they want to keep farming. I try to teach that, you know, you’re probably not going to get rich, but when you’re holding a bag of one pound of tomato seeds in your hand, and you can look at that and know that it represents 3-4 million pounds of tomatoes...that’s worth something.” -Steve Florin, Dancing Bear Farm
Thank you Steve for all the years you’ve dedicated to inspiring the next generation of farmers! Happy retirement!
Meanwhile, Charlie Miller uploaded a new SBD source for a show with the best first set many of us ever saw live, the final “To Lay Me Down,” and the second Casey Jones in a long, long time. If you’ve never heard this one, you must.
All of this Deadhead Estate Sale stuff made me forget that sometimes I post about a show I saw. On December 12, 1994, I saw—though I didn’t know it at the time—my final Grateful Dead concert at the Oakland Coliseum. In the month of December in 1990, 1991, and 1994, I saw 11 shows there. The one missing from what should have been a tidy dozen was the night before this one—December 11, 1994—when I missed the show after being detained most of the day in the Oakland city jail as a consequence of selling my Unbroken Chain magazines on the sidewalk in front of the notorious Super 8 Motel. Attending this night’s show was a catharsis that brought me great joy and clarity, but all I really remember is that “Standing On The Moon” was monumental beyond description. I saw plenty of spectacular versions of SOTM in my time, but Jerry came back to the mic over and over and over again for “be with you” as though all of those other versions had been building up to this one, and Bobby crunched and squeezed the shit out of it, and Jerry tore through the fan licks, and the rest of the band was one-hundred percent on point, and all was once again right in my world.
SONY PCM-M10 Linear Digital PCM Recorder, microphone, booklet, remote, AC adapter, microSD memory card, mini mic stand, batteries, and case.•
This full kit is ready to make live recordings right now, plug & play.
According to Sony when this recorder was first marketed:
Meet the smallest addition to Sony's family of portable audio recorders. The new, palm-sized PCM-M10 recorder adopted many of its features and style from the highly acclaimed PCM-D50 model, including rugged construction and cool design. It's the ideal choice for making live musical, nature sound and field recordings.
• User Friendly Operation
• 96kHz 24-bit Recording
• 4GB Built-in Flash Memory
• 5 Second Pre-Record Buffer
• microSD/Memory Stick™ (M2™)slot
• WAV and MP3 Format Record/Play
• Digital Pitch Control
• Remote Control Included
• Sony Sound Forge® Software Included
Hoy me perdí en una comic-store...y me encontré con esta coquetería. Ya que no llegué a ser Deadhead en los '70 (básicamente porque nací diez años tarde), al menos quiero el souvenir en mi casa! ...por ahora, sólo tengo la foto 😞.
I wish I was around for the wall - thanks Bear 🙏🏼
"Winterland 1973: The Complete Recordings" is a 9 CD box set of the Grateful Dead that contains three complete shows recorded on 11-9-73, 11-10-73, and 11-11-73 at Winterland. The package was released on April 1, 2008. A bonus disc of material from the 12-4-73 Cincinnati Gardens was included with early shipments of the album and is part of the set available from the Deadhead Estate Sale. "Winterland 1973: The Complete Recordings" was the second package to contain an entire run of shows.
This box set contains my favorite H>S!>F (6-9-77).
"Winterland June 1977: The Complete Recordings" is a 9 CD box set that contains three complete shows 6-7-77, 6-8-77, and 6-9-77 recorded at Winterland. It was released on October 1, 2009 and has been out of print for a long time. A bonus disc (10th CD) was included with early shipments. The bonus disc contains part of 5-12-77 Auditorium Theatre, Chicago.
According to Wikipedia, "Winterland June 1977: The Complete Recordings" was the third Grateful Dead album to contain an entire run of shows. The first was Fillmore West 1969: The Complete Recordings, which was released in 2005. The second was Winterland 1973: The Complete Recordings, released in 2008.
The set we're selling is in like-new condition, includes the bonus disc and other bits that came in the box, and is priced at $295.00. Feel free to compare with eBay.
There are still some very rare finds in the Deadhead Estate Sale list. Mother McCree's Uptown Jug Champions was a precursor of the Grateful Dead that included Pigpen, Jerry, and Bobby. The music on this CD was recorded live at the Top of the Tangent coffee house in Palo Alto, California in July, 1964, and released in 1999. It has sold for as much as $70.66 on Discogs. Click the link in my profile to see what we have it listed for (Hint: it’s less).
The Deadhead Estate Sale started with all three of the books in The Deadhead's Taping Compendium Series, plus an extra of Volume III (1986 - 1995). Now, we're down to just that extra of Volume III. If you've never seen one of these books, they're pretty amazing. First, they have several interviews with key influencers in the Grateful Dead's sound, live taping, and tape trading, as well as stories about how the whole tape trading scene started, evolved, and virtually everything you wanted to know about the subculture of unofficial live recordings of the Grateful Dead. These few photos show some examples of the detailed content to be found in the 711 pages of The Deadhead's Taping Compendium Volume III.
Content is (C) Deadhead's Taping Compendium.
If there is one thing that the Deadhead Estate Sale did not lack, it’s fanzines, periodicals, and just good ol’ printed matter. In order of the photos: The Tackle Box is a Phish fanzine; Relix (formerly Dead Relix) is the original Grateful Dead fanzine; Spiral Light is a British Grateful Dead fanzine with a definite British and European perspective; The Grateful Dead Almanac is a free newsletter that the Grateful Dead mailed to everyone on the famous “Dead Heads” mailing list; some of the various magazines featuring Grateful Dead stuff that Mike collected; The Golden Road is the best of all the Grateful Dead fanzines, based in Oakland and written by prolific Deadhead author Blair Jackson; Dupree’s Diamond News is an East Coast Grateful Dead fanzine published by some of the same passionate folks who wrote the Deadhead’s Taping Compendium series; and last but not least, Unbroken Chain is a Grateful Dead fanzine founded by Laura Paul Smith in Richmond, Virginia, and later published by me in Austin, Texas.