The Grateful Dead – Dick’s Picks Volume Three: Pembroke Pines (2CD)


The Grateful Dead ‎– Dick’s Picks Volume Three: Pembroke Pines, Florida 5/22/77  (2CD)


The Grateful Dead ‎– Dick’s Picks Volume Three: Pembroke Pines, Florida 5/22/77  (2CD)

From Dick:
Dick’s Picks differs from our From The Vault series in that we simply did not have access to complete shows (nor the modern mixing capabilities afforded by multitrack tapes) But we think the historical value and musical quality of these tapes more than compensates for any technical anomalies… In other words what you hear is what you get. And what you get ain’t bad!

Label: Real Gone Music ‎– RGM 0415
Series: DIck’s Picks – 3
Format: 2 × CD, Album, Reissue
Country: US
Released: 2015
Barcode: 848064004158
Design – Gecko Graphics

1-1     Funiculi Funicula     0:28
1-2     The Music Never Stopped     6:45
1-3     Sugaree     15:54
1-4     Lazy Lightning     3:23
1-5     Supplication     5:35
1-6     Dancin’ In The Streets     14:29
1-7     Help On The Way     5:24
1-8     Slipknot!     6:30
1-9     Franklin’s Tower     15:32

2-1     Samson And Delilah     7:32
2-2     Sunrise     4:16
2-3     Estimated Prophet     9:01
2-4     Eyes Of The World     13:39
2-5     Wharf Rat     9:14
2-6     Terrapin Station     5:58
2-7     (Walk Me Out In The) Morning Dew     14:21

Recorded At – Hollywood Sportatorium


Artwork – Grateful Dead Merchandising, Inc.
Bass – Phil Lesh
Drums – Bill Kreutzmann, Mickey Hart
Guitar, Vocals – Bob Weir
Keyboards – Keith Godchaux
Lead Guitar, Vocals – Jerry Garcia
Vocals – Donna Godchaux

Dick’s Picks 3 was released for the regular retail market by Real Gone Music in December 2015.
℗ 1977. This Reissue ℗ 2015, © 1977 & 2015 Grateful Dead Productions.
Recorded By – Betty Cantor-Jackson
cut-out (a round hole in the barcode)

this is one of the better Grateful Dead concerts available and confidently give it a 5 star rating with one of the best “Estimated Prophets” and “Eyes of the world” ever  heard. Great sound & outstanding playing. This volume comes from a May show in Florida and highlights the band in all its glorious imperfection.

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