UP FOR SALE IS A GRATEFUL DEAD LIMITED EDITION GIANTS STADIUM BOX SET. THE SET WAS RELEASED IN 2019 AND LIMITED TO 10,000 COPIES - MORE DETAILS BELOW. IT IS BRAND NEW, SEALED AND IN MINT CONDITION.
ITEM HAS BEEN THOUGHTFULLY STORED SINCE 2019. 5 Previously Unreleased Complete Shows On 14 Discs. 7/12/87 (24-track masters) 7/9/89 (24-track masters) 7/10/89 (24-track masters) 6/16/91 (48-track masters) 6/17/91 (48-track masters).
Blu-ray/DVD video of the complete 6/17/91 show, mixed in surround sound. Mixed from the multitrack master tapes by Jeffrey Norman at Bob Weir's TRI Studios. Mastered in HDCD by David Glasser at Airshow Mastering with Plangent Processes restoration.
Individually Numbered, Limited Edition of 10,000 (6000 Blu-ray, 4000 DVD). Dead had lived many of their nine lives but were about to embark on one not a soul had seen coming. Their first studio album in seven years, had spawned a hit A TOP 10 SINGLE FOR THE.And "Touch Of Grey" begat a new generation with their fanny packs and their MTV and their undeniable quest to join the party already in progress. And boy, did the Dead let them in! But not without fine-tuning their sonic vibes to meet the new demand.
Was affectionately known, along with the grandstands the Dead had been frequenting, would seemingly equate with BIGGER and LOUDER, but the band remained determined to give equal weight to the more subtle, oblique elements; to the exploratory improvisation and rhythmic complexities; to the fine details of the most heart-rending ballads as well as the weirdest dissonances in the jams. 1987, 1989, 1991, we retrace the journey from their 1987 breakthrough to their 1989 revelation the closest they ever came to sounding like a really polished. Level rock act, but the band's penchant for breaking out of the constraints of song structure and into freewheeling improvisation will remind you just who you're listening to here to their transformative return in 1991, aided by elegance of Vince Welnick and Bruce Hornsby. 1987, 1989, 1991 features five previously unreleased shows that were recorded at.In East Rutherford, NJ on: July 12, 1987; July 9 and 10, 1989; and June 16 and 17, 1991. Originally recorded by John Cutler, each show has been mixed from the multitrack master tapes by Jeffrey Norman at Bob Weir's TRI Studios in San Rafael, CA, and mastered in HDCD by David Glasser at Airshow Mastering. The first three shows are mixed from 24-track masters.
The final two from 1991 are the only. Dead shows ever recorded to 48-track masters. We're rounding things out with a little visual stimuli - the entire multi-camera 6/17/91 concert recording on either two DVDs or a single Blu-ray, both with a surround mix by Norman. This release is limited to 10,000 individually numbered copies and available exclusively from.