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Grateful Dead "Dick's Picks Volume 1: Tampa, FL 12/19/73"

Grateful Dead "Dick's Picks Volume 1: Tampa, FL 12/19/73"

- Limited Edition #1808/2000.

- Shipped within 24 hours of your order.

- Packaged with great care.




Dick's Picks Volume 1 is the first album in the Dick's Picks series of live releases by the Grateful Dead. It was recorded on December 19, 1973, at Curtis Hixon Hall in Tampa, Florida, and contains a rare recording of the band playing the blues standard "Nobody's Fault but Mine". As the first of the Dick's Picks, the album was considered by Deadheads to be a significant breakthrough. All previous live Dead albums (except Vintage Dead and Historic Dead) had been based on multi-track recordings, which can be remixed extensively before being commercially released. Dick's Picks were created using stereo (two-track) concert recordings. This made possible the release of many more Dead shows that exist in the band's extensive tape vault. The series was named for Grateful Dead tape archivist Dick Latvala.

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