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Old 07-09-2018, 01:58 PM   #81
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Old 07-09-2018, 02:10 PM   #82
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I actually disagree. thats only about 100 shows, or 2000 songs roughly. I dont think thats nearly enough. The greatful dead channel probably has 50 shows from every year they played (30 years). That channel is fresh, the DMB one would be stale as hell after a month.
Studio albums, Live Trax, DMBLive, WH5, bonus discs, in-store live releases, interviews with the band, interviews or clips of other artists or producers talking about DMB, songs from bands that have opened for DMB over the years, live webcasts (or even older webcasts like 7/26/02), favorite non DMB songs from band members, interviews with crew and some of their favorite live DMB moments. Itís not difficult to fill up radio and have a good rotation. Christ, Petty had segments where he played some of his favorite artists and the songs had a common theme like each of the 20 songs had something to do with shoes.
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Old 07-09-2018, 02:16 PM   #83
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Heard Dave this morning say BTCS was the first time They recorded with Steve when he was sober. Found that a bit interesting.
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Old 07-09-2018, 02:21 PM   #84
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Heard Dave this morning say BTCS was the first time They recorded with Steve when he was sober. Found that a bit interesting.
You should listen to the Lillywhite BTCS podcast. He talks about that quite a bit.
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Old 07-09-2018, 02:22 PM   #85
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44 Live Trax + 30 DMB Live = 74 the remaining 26 i considered in store releases and studio albums. its probably off by a few, but the point is the full Grateful Dead channel has 30,000 songs to pull from. not ~2000.
The Dead is a terrible comparison to use as the base line for what a band should have for its own channel. DMB has more than enough material.
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Old 07-09-2018, 02:36 PM   #86
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44 Live Trax + 30 DMB Live = 74 the remaining 26 i considered in store releases and studio albums. its probably off by a few, but the point is the full Grateful Dead channel has 30,000 songs to pull from. not ~2000.
I get what you're saying but DMB hasn't been around for 50 years either. They also haven't released every show they have played
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You should listen to the Lillywhite BTCS podcast. He talks about that quite a bit.
I'll have to check it out. Thanks.
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Old 07-09-2018, 02:59 PM   #88
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Huh, for some reason I thought it ended when he passed away. I'll have to look for it as I'm still in the free trial period for a car I got a couple months ago.
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Don't forget the 9 studio albums.

Not that it's ups the number by much, but still.
And those are the records the band's released. I'm sure some kind of deal could be struck to release other live shows over the channel. It'd be the perfect segue into finally "opening the vault."
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Old 07-09-2018, 05:25 PM   #90
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I'm also starting to hear some rotation now. Live Trax 11, Luther, Neil Young, even acoustic Nancies from the UTTAD re-release.
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Old 07-09-2018, 06:09 PM   #91
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I'll have to check it out. Thanks.
I'm surprised you haven't already. There was a whole thread about it.
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Old 07-09-2018, 07:58 PM   #92
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Huh, for some reason I thought it ended when he passed away. I'll have to look for it as I'm still in the free trial period for a car I got a couple months ago.
still a lot of great content on there
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I feel like every time Iíve tuned in since last Friday theyíve been replaying Noblesville. It was a great show but itís not all I want to hear when I tune in.
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Why canít they play shows which have never been released?
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Old 07-10-2018, 08:46 AM   #95
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I get what you're saying but DMB hasn't been around for 50 years either. They also haven't released every show they have played
Thats my point. I think it would be bit stale.

Also on the Petty comparison, i thought it was interesting (although a bit repetitive) he was basically the DJ at times. That was cool to me because he had unique stories about the bands he was spinning.

DMB is more live music, and i compare to the Dead because they have a wildly successful channel. Not saying DMB needs to have 30,000 songs to play, but 1/10th of that does not seem like enough to me.
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Studio albums, Live Trax, DMBLive, WH5, bonus discs, in-store live releases, interviews with the band, interviews or clips of other artists or producers talking about DMB, songs from bands that have opened for DMB over the years, live webcasts (or even older webcasts like 7/26/02), favorite non DMB songs from band members, interviews with crew and some of their favorite live DMB moments. Itís not difficult to fill up radio and have a good rotation. Christ, Petty had segments where he played some of his favorite artists and the songs had a common theme like each of the 20 songs had something to do with shoes.
Some of this is really obscure, i dont think theyd be able to find it like we would, or at least in a legal enough way to broadcast. Theres a ton of red-tape to playing music on the radio. Even talk shows arent supposed to play longer than X amount of a song or they get in trouble.
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Why canít they play shows which have never been released?
They are playing a show that has never been released every Friday night.
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Old 07-10-2018, 01:41 PM   #98
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Heard Dave this morning say BTCS was the first time They recorded with Steve when he was sober. Found that a bit interesting.
I heard that too. He was apparently much easier to work with when he was three sheets to the wind.
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Major mixups happening on the channel today. Still got the Radio City Some Devil, but they played 8.7.04, 12.31.96, a couple different studio tracks, and the funniest thing I've heard so far, Anyone Seen The Bridge was played alone. Shuffle sucks.
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They are playing a ton of the Live Trax from 95 salem, OR today.

Hearing a 95 #36 transports me right back to my car in high school. i never listen to this song anymore, so it sends me right back.
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