Dave's Picks 2014 Subscription Grateful Dead archival release series
Dave's Picks Volume 9, 10, 11, 12 + bonus disc - 2014
Dave's Picks series - 2014 subscription
It's that time of year, when the Dave's Picks subscriptions for 2014 go on sale. In 2012, the series was limited to 12,000 units of each release. Last year, we increased that to 13,000. And for 2014, you guessed it, each Dave's Pick will be limited to 14,000 units. And just as all releases in 2012 and 2013 sold out, quickly, we expect the same in 2014, particularly with the quality of music we have planned for release. The only way to ensure you'll receive all four releases in 2014 is to subscribe.
For those of you who can't stand the suspense, news has come in about Dave's Picks Vol. 9, the first of our four releases for next year. We're very pleased to revisit the Wall Of Sound era, with a complete show that took place on May 14, 1974, at Adams Field House at the University of Montana in Missoula, the Grateful Dead's only appearance in the state of oro y plata. This monstrously hot show is the third official show of the Wall Of Sound, which had debuted in March 1974.
Although we haven't mapped things out too far beyond Dave's Picks Vol. 9, further digging through a batch of tapes returned to us in 2012 revealed more than we expected, so you in turn can plan on something excellent from the 1969-1971 era, likely something you've never heard. We spend months working on each and every release to make sure it'll be something that you'll happily hear again and again, and we've already got some great ideas in mind for the four releases in 2014.
Show specifics aside, no matter how you slice it, Dave's Picks subscribers get the very best deal - four spectacular limited-edition numbered releases, free domestic shipping, and a stellar bonus disc that will arrive with Volume 10, in May 2014. The last two bonus discs have proven immensely popular, so naturally we'll have another cool, interesting, exciting and rare treat for you in 2014. Here's the official breakdown for those of you who'd like to see it in layman's terms:
Dave?s Picks 2014