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Dead net is releasing two of the Warfield shows from 10/9/80 and 10/10/80 both shows will have the entire acoustic sets from both nights as well as the electric sets but apparently their only releasing 6000 cd's and 10.000 vinyl which seems far short as to i imagine the demand for these. I was hoping someday we would get a box of the entire run but that's a huge task

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They should do a broader Radio City release.  Although perhaps 3/4 or more of the material does circulate on SBDs, the quality is spotty and 2nd gen in some cases. 

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On 4/14/2019 at 10:40 AM, John A said:

They should do a broader Radio City release.  Although perhaps 3/4 or more of the material does circulate on SBDs, the quality is spotty and 2nd gen in some cases. 

I wonder how much of the acoustic material isn't on reckoning I've listened to the Cassidy and it's different from the album

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On 4/14/2019 at 7:54 AM, DesertDead said:

And cost $12,000.  🤑

 

 

 

Or just have deadicated friends who get them all and don’t mind sending you the FLAC. May cost you a bottle of high end booze but hey. 

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