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Published: 2014/07/22

Grateful Dead Confirm Dave’s Picks Vol. 11

The Grateful Dead have revealed that Dave’s Picks Volume 11 will be the band’s November 17, 1972 performance at Century II Convention Hall in Wichita, KS. The show—the only Wichita stop of the band’s career—featured a 16-song first set, as well as an almost 20-minute second set “The Other One.” The three-disc set will also include a few select tracks from the Grateful Dead’s November 15, 1972 Oklahoma City concert, including a 30+ minute “Playing In The Band.”

Dave’s Picks Volume 11 was mastered in HDCD from the original soundboards produced by Owsley Stanley. The release will also come with fresh artwork from Tony Milionaire, as well as liner notes from original handbill artist (and then first time Grateful Dead concertgoer) Gary Houston.

Dave’s Picks Volume 11 is now available for pre-order.

Dave’s Picks Volume 11: Century II Convention Hall, Wichita, KS (11/17/72)

Disc 1
1. Promised Land [3:12]
2. Sugaree [7:01]
3. Me And My Uncle [3:11]
4. Tennennee Jed [7:47]
5. Black-Throated Wind [7:04]
6. Bird Song [11:01]
7. Jack Straw [5:00]
8. Box Of Rain [4:54]
9. Don’t Ease Me In [3:16]
10. Beat It On Down The Line [3:26]
11. Brown-Eyed Women [5:11]
12. Big River [4:39]
13. China Cat Sunflower> [7:10]
14. I Know You Rider [4:46]

Disc 2
1. Around And Around [3:55]
2. Casey Jones [6:33]
3. Cumberland Blues [6:31]
4. El Paso [4:17]
5. He’s Gone [14:12]
6. Truckin’> [9:57]
7. The Other One> [19:49]
8. Brokedown Palace [5:57]
9. Sugar Magnolia [8:24]

Disc 3
1. Uncle John’s Band [8:07]
2. Johnny B. Goode [3:57]

Live In Oklahoma City (11/15/72)

3. Playing In The Band [30:57]
4. Wharf Rat [10:38]
5. Not Fade Away> [7:47]
6. Goin’ Down The Road Feeling Bad> [7:12]
7. Not Fade Away

Comments

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Blooby July 22, 2014, 20:43:11

Oh, look! A squirrel… I mean a seal.”

BCubed July 23, 2014, 09:48:36

Already Sold Out!

HammondCheese July 23, 2014, 10:40:52

That’s a harbor seal…he’s looking for Phish.

frightwig July 24, 2014, 02:40:02

How does he talk about this release for 15 minutes and not say anything about the one and only “Jack Straw” from Wichita, which sadly had a brutal cut in the soundboard recording at the Archive? I’d love to know how that was fixed. Did they patch it somehow, or was there just an uncut tape in their vault?

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