Grateful Dead ~ Europe '72, 1972 original 1st press Warner Bros. 3LP + booklet #3 WX 2668, $300 + S/H

1972 original 1st press Warner Brothers Records 3LP 33 WX 2668, Double-Gatefold cover VG+(+), NO seam or spine splits, NO cut-out markings, NO ring-wear, shelf wear, wear on corners & edges, 8-page booklet M-, all 3 original Loss Leaders inner sleeves M-, NO seams busted, 3 vinyls M-, NO scratches, play excellent. Recorded live in Europe, April & May 1972, their 2nd visit to Europe (they had played England in 1970 at The Hollywood Festival). As they usedta say back in sunny Cal, "a freakin' 1st press!" ("A1" on dead wax matrix).

Grateful Dead ~ Europe '72 Vol. 2, 2011 original Sealed Grateful Dead Productions / Rhino 4LP pressing, $300 + S/H

2011 original Grateful Dead Productions / Rhino Records 4LP pressing #R1 528783, 100% Still Sealed, MINT / MINT x4, unplayed, quadruple Gatefold cover, NO seam or spine splits, NO cut-out markings, NO ring-wear. On Premium HQ-180 vinyl!

Grateful Dead ~ American Beauty, 1973 reissue Warner Bros VG+ LP, $75 + S / H

1973 original reissue Warner Bros Records LP pressing #1893, cover VG+, NO seam or spine splits, NO cut-out markings, light ring-wear / shelf wear on front only (none on back), vinyl VG++, fairly clean, a couple light scratches / scuffs, plays excellent with  a few pops & clicks, originally released in 1970, the classic Dead line-up, many consider it their "peak" in studio recordings.

Jerry Garcia ~ When I Paint My Masterpiece, original 2002 NBHR CDr #'d Limited Edition / Not For Sale

2002 original New Braunfels Historical Records #003 CDr Limited Edition pressing, #7 out of 7 copies made. Jerry Garcia with The Grateful Dead play the songs of Bob Dylan, mostly "live" in concert performances.

Bob Weir (w The Grateful Dead~ "Plugged In", repress CDr, Not For Sale

Probably recorded live from the mid-1970s to the early 1990s, I found this item in a San Marcos, Texas record store in the early 2000s, it had a CDr on it with a artwork label picture on front, and NO record company label at all, so I figured it was somebody's pet project, and it looked interesting (they spelled Weir's last name wrong!), so I bought it and took it home. Eventually I must have sold the original home-made copy, because this is a "re-make" of that issue. But I don't get the Grateful Dead not being given credit on the title? They're on EVERY track, except maybe one!

The Other Ones ~ Corrina, 1999 original promo copy Arista CD pressing, $15 + S / H

1999 original promo copy Arista Records CD pressing #ASCD-3629, cover, back cover & disc M-, NO scratches or marks on disc. This is a previously unreleased live radio edit of the song "Corrina" by the Other Ones, the band formed by 4 Grateful Dead members after the death of lead guitarist Jerry Garcia.

GRATEFUL DEAD ~ LIVE / DEAD, 2003 remastered reissue Rhino / Warner Bros CD pressing, $50 + S / H

2003 remastered reissue Rhino / Warner Bros. Records CD pressing #R2 74395, digi-pack Gatefold cover & disc M-, NO scratches on disc, plays excellent. Originally released on vinyl in late 1969, recorded live at The Avalon & Fillmore West in San Francisco, Jan.- March 1969.