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Road Trips Vol. 3 No. 3 With Bonus Live


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  • Audio CD (October 12, 2012)
  • Original Release Date: 2010
  • Number of Discs: 3
  • Format: Live
  • Label: Rhino
  • ASIN: B003TTYBVI
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #198,767 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Stuart Jefferson TOP 100 REVIEWER on July 5, 2010
Consisting of three discs-75,78,76 minutes each approximately (a fourth disc,78 minutes in length if you purchase from G.D., who has a lower price, in a timely manner),which contain most of both sets from that night. All tracks are unreleased except track 5 on the bonus disc ("Easy Wind"), which you can hear on the collection "Fallout From The Phil Zone",a 2CD set put together by Phil Lesh. The sound is uniformly good with only a couple of instances of any sonic anomalies,which aren't anything to get excited about. The discs are slipped, bare, into a tri-fold cardboard holder. The booklet lists song titles, song lengths, composer (s) and whether the track came from the first or second show. Musicians are listed with instruments-the usual good job done by the Dead folks. Blair Jackson wrote the notes, a look back at those particular shows, the second which he attended, and the many tracks that were to appear on "Workingmnan's Dead" and "American Beauty". There are also a number of atmospheric color photos of the band-individually and in concert.

For Deadheads who find the bands acoustic numbers (hear the above 2 albums if you're new) as deeply satisfying (or almost) as their electric excursions into the outer reaches of space, this set will do nicely. Anyone familiar with the bands music during this era will find many songs found on the above mentioned studio albums, plus a couple of songs not as well known. And the magic of a live setting gives this music that something intangible the Dead are known for. The Dead, who had released "Live Dead" only a few months before, had now incorporated country songs and old blues tunes into their repertoire.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on November 7, 2012
Da real sleeper here is the 'bonus' disc with an epic Not Fade Away and some killer live renditions of Easy Wind and New Speedway Boogie. A lot of fine acoustic moments on here (in da acoustic Dead category, these show are tasty in a "Bear's Choice" kind of way: Friend Of The Devil, Candyman etc ...all great stuff) Deadheadz, i don't have 2 sit here and preach to da converted, u know what time it is wit this fine release from da "Road Trips" series. Don't pay a king's ransom for it to these overpriced knucklehead amazon seller asking for almost $150 for a set of CDs!! Keep your eyes peeled for the odd Ebay auction (if you can get lucky and win a bid for under $25 for the three disc set, i'd say "go for it_!u only live once my fellow Deaheadz) or Option B: keep your eyes peeled on the Dead's webpage and hope they make more copies, as they are currently sold out of this and just about all their CD's on their page, where it was sold for $23.98. And then there's Option C: scour da internet for a download of it. I know, I know, Bobby Weir is probably payin mad college tuition bills and it's wrong to download, but...seriously...u need this installment of da fine road trips series.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Grateful Jerry VINE VOICE on September 18, 2010
Back in the day before Road Trips, Dick's Picks and all the fallout from the vault, there were tapes and in the days before Betty and Amy boards, soundboards were a somewhat rare animal. There were a handful which were the building blocks in any "heads'" collection and 5-15-70 (early and late) was one of them. Fortunately, this turned out to be really long shows (early and late) and with two acoustic sets. As is the case with any show, there are a few weak vocals and a blown cue here and there but for the most part, both the early and late show are top notch. We're lucky to have this as a lot of shows from 1970 don't exist in the vault. I could go into each and every track but I would pretty much be saying the same thing. The fact is that this is a MUST HAVE and belongs in everyone's collection. The bonus disc has more of the show plus a nice bit of the show before 5-14-70.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Connolly on January 8, 2011
The Road Trips series has been great so far. The Furthur they go the better! Hearing these shows again brings back the peacefulness of the flower power days. The Dead just kept getting bigger and better. I'm so glad they "vaulted" it all away so we can hear it again today.
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Let me be clear, this was my fault and not the seller's. I thought I was buying Road Trips Vol 3 No 2 Fillmore East May 15th, 1970 CDs (actual release plus bonus CD) but instead I bought only the bonus CD and not the actual release. I was pretty frustrated but after carefully reading the seller's add it does state that it is only the bonus CD. The mix up is because the original amazon add says it is a "three cd set." So when the buyer is not careful (like myself) and do not read the fine print we expect the 3 CD release. Anyway, I dig the bonus CD
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