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Grateful Dead - Dick's Picks Volume Twenty-Three (Baltimore Civic Center, Baltimore, MD 9/17/72) mp3 track

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Performer: Grateful Dead
Title: Dick's Picks Volume Twenty-Three (Baltimore Civic Center, Baltimore, MD 9/17/72)
Country: US
Released: 2005
Style: Folk Rock, Blues Rock, Southern Rock, Psychedelic Rock
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.6 ✦
Other format: AA MPC WAV MP2 MP1 DMF MP2

Tracklist Hide Credits

1-1 Promised Land
Written-By – Berry*
1-2 Sugaree
Written-By – Garcia*, Hunter*
1-3 Black-Throated Wind
Written-By – Weir*, Barlow*
1-4 Friend Of The Devil
Written-By – Garcia*, Dawson*, Hunter*
1-5 El Paso
Written-By – Robbins*
1-6 Bird Song
Written-By – Garcia*, Hunter*
1-7 Big River
Written-By – Cash*
1-8 Tennessee Jed
Written-By – Garcia*, Hunter*
1-9 Mexicali Blues
Written-By – Weir*, Barlow*
1-10 China Kat Sunflower
Written-By – Garcia*, Hunter*
1-11 I Know You Rider
Arranged By – Grateful Dead*Written-By – Trad.*
2-1 Playing In The Band
Written-By – Weir*, Hart*, Hunter*
2-2 Casey Jones
Written-By – Garcia*, Hunter*
2-3 Truckin'
Written-By – Weir*, Garcia*, Lesh*, Hunter*
2-4 Loser
Written-By – Garcia*, Hunter*
2-5 Jack Straw
Written-By – Weir*, Hunter*
2-6 Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo
Written-By – Garcia*, Hunter*
2-7 Me And My Uncle
Written-By – Phillips*
3-1 He's Gone
Written-By – Garcia*, Hunter*
3-2 The Other One
Written-By – Kreutzmann*, Weir*
3-3 Sing Me Back Home
Written-By – Haggard*
3-4 Sugar Magnolia
Written-By – Weir*, Hunter*
3-5 Uncle John's Band
Written-By – Garcia*, Hunter*

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Baltimore Civic Center
  • Manufactured By – Warner Strategic Marketing
  • Marketed By – Warner Strategic Marketing
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Grateful Dead Productions, Inc.


  • Cover, Design, Photography [Cover] – Tina Carpenter
  • Drums – Bill Kreutzmann
  • Layout [Design] – Robert Minkin
  • Mastered By – Jeffrey Norman
  • Photography [Band] – Mary Ann Mayer
  • Photography [Cover] – David DeNoma, Ed Degginger
  • Piano – Keith Godchaux
  • Recorded By – Owsley Stanley
  • Research [Archival] – Eileen Law
  • Tape [Archivist] – David Lemieux , Dick Latvala
  • Vocals – Donna Jean Godchaux*
  • Vocals, Electric Bass – Phil Lesh
  • Vocals, Lead Guitar – Jerry Garcia
  • Vocals, Rhythm Guitar – Bob Weir


Housed in a double jewel case with 8 page booklet.
2004. Made In USA.

Dick's Picks Volume 23 is the twenty-third installment in the Dick's Picks series of live recordings by the Grateful Dead. Dick's Picks are concert releases, which are based on two-track concert recordings.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 081227647629
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1): Z28874 3 R2 76476-2.1 01 M1S1
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2): Z28880 3 R2 76476-2.2 01 M1S1
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 3): Z28918 3 R2 76476-2.3 01 M1S2
  • Mastering SID Code (Disc 1,2 & 3): IFPI L909
  • Mould SID Code (Disc 1 & 3): IFPI 2U8J
  • Mould SID Code (Disc 2): IFPI 2U8D
  • Rights Society: BMI - ASCAP

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
GDCD 4043 Grateful Dead* Dick's Picks Volume Twenty-Three (Baltimore Civic Center, Baltimore, MD 9/17/72) ‎(3xHDCD, Album) Grateful Dead Records GDCD 4043 US 2001
RGM 0152 Grateful Dead* Dick's Picks Volume Twenty-Three (Baltimore Civic Center, Baltimore, MD 9/17/72) ‎(3xHDCD, Album, RE) Real Gone Music RGM 0152 US 2013

Dick's Picks Volume 23 is a three-CD album by the rock group the Grateful Dead. It was recorded on September 17, 1972 at the Baltimore Civic Center in Baltimore. It contains the complete concert, except for the encore, which was "One More Saturday Night". Dick's Picks Volume 23 was released in 2001. It contains the longest CD version of the song "The Other One" to date, clocking in at nearly 40 minutes.

This three-disc volume features the Dead's complete performance on September 17, 1972, at the Baltimore Civic Center. In spite of losing the onstage presence of their ailing one-time frontman Ron "Pigpen" McKernan - his final public appearance with the band was exactly three months prior to this show - the band remained relentless in forging new sonic territories.

Condition is Like New. Shipped with USPS Media Mail. The others are pretty nice, the Baltimore Dick's discs one and three are pretty much flawless, you might find a speck of dust or a micro-abrasion См. все результаты.

Replace duplicate setlist. Delete invalid setlist. Grateful Dead Baltimore Civic Center, Baltimore, MD - Sep 17, 1972 Sep 17 1972. Grateful Dead Roosevelt Stadium, Jersey City, NJ - Sep 19, 1972 Sep 19 1972. Grateful Dead The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA - Sep 21, 1972 Sep 21 1972. Last updated: 10 May 2019, 15:28 Etc/UTC.

Grateful Dead: Baltimore Civic Center, Baltimore, MD, 9/17/72 (Dick's Picks, Vol. 23). Grateful Dead. By the time the Grateful Dead reached Dillon Staduim on the last day of July 1974 they had 21 shows under their belts touring with this sound system and a month earlier their excellent album: "Mars Hotel" had been released. This set from Hartford, Connecticut is a three and a half hour show of three sets of music (Phil and Ned's: "Seastones" segment performed between sets two and three is not included

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Dick’s Picks, Volume 23: Baltimore Civic Center, Baltimore, MD 9/17/72. Dick’s Picks, Volume 29: Fox Theatre, Atlanta, GA 5/19/77, Lakeland Civic Center Arena, Lakeland, FL 5/21/77. Dick’s Picks, Volume 31: Philadelphia Civic Center, Philadelphia, PA 8/4-5/74, Roosevelt Stadium, Jersey City, NJ 8/6/74.

Venue Baltimore Civic Center. Light up if you Love The Dead. you would keep from downloading this special nook of history over some tuning?

Caveat Emptor: Dick's Picks Vol. 24 was mastered from the original 2 track analog source tapes recorded at . IPS. Some minor sonic anomalies remain, but as much as is humanly and mechanically possible has been done to make this recording as good as it can be. Enjoy. Dick's Picks Volume 24 3/23/74 ‎(2xHDCD, Album, RE). Rhino Records (2). R2 76477.