Bootlegs sold in Retail stores

HesCalledDyerHesCalledDyer MarylandPosts: 16,218
edited December 2022 in Given To Fly (live)
Aside from the 18 Ape/Man shows in 2000 and the 7 shows from 2003, have there been any other bootlegs that had a physical retail release?  I'm working on adding all these to my collection, so I don't want to miss any.  I have most of 2000 done, just need the Jones Beach shows then it's on to '03.
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  • Spiritual_ChaosSpiritual_Chaos Posts: 27,150
    edited December 2022
    The Gorge shows in 2005/2006? 

    Or maybe those don't count as bootlegs.

    The Philly 2009 shows were CD-R so booooootleeeeegs, but I presume they were only sold through the tenclub.
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  • HesCalledDyerHesCalledDyer MarylandPosts: 16,218
    The Gorge shows in 2005/2006? 

    Or maybe those don't count as bootlegs.

    The Philly 2009 shows were CD-R so booooootleeeeegs, but I presume they were only sold through the tenclub.
    Yeah, I thought about those. Gorge doesn't count since it was a commercial-wide release. Philly box set as far as I recall was only sold thru 10C and later Nugs. Can anyone confirm this and that it wasn't sold in stores?  I have both already so it doesn't affect my collection seeking, but would be nice to know for certain.  I really think it was just the '00 and '03 that had retail releases in the bootleg design/packaging, but I'm only 99% sure. It's that 1% of doubt that bugs me lol.

  • CopperTomCopperTom Posts: 2,748
    All of the 2000 shows were retail released.  Man / Apes were the picks of the band and crew.  If memory serves me, the Gorge retail release was different from the bootleg program release - either 1 song was included or not included - I don't remember for sure.  Easy Street 2005 was retail released.  There was a pack-in release with Avacado - was it New Years Eve 1992?  And Give Way - which was supposed to be a freebie, but pulled - many made it out into the wild.

    And it should be noted that there was one iTunes release outside of the bootleg program.  Lollapalooza 2007, I think.
  • CopperTomCopperTom Posts: 2,748
    The Gorge shows in 2005/2006? 

    Or maybe those don't count as bootlegs.

    The Philly 2009 shows were CD-R so booooootleeeeegs, but I presume they were only sold through the tenclub.
    Yeah, I thought about those. Gorge doesn't count since it was a commercial-wide release. Philly box set as far as I recall was only sold thru 10C and later Nugs. Can anyone confirm this and that it wasn't sold in stores?  I have both already so it doesn't affect my collection seeking, but would be nice to know for certain.  I really think it was just the '00 and '03 that had retail releases in the bootleg design/packaging, but I'm only 99% sure. It's that 1% of doubt that bugs me lol.

    Just so you know the 2003 retail packaging differed from the 2003 standard bootleg packaging.  There are 2 versions for each of those shows.
  • HesCalledDyerHesCalledDyer MarylandPosts: 16,218
    CopperTom said:
    The Gorge shows in 2005/2006? 

    Or maybe those don't count as bootlegs.

    The Philly 2009 shows were CD-R so booooootleeeeegs, but I presume they were only sold through the tenclub.
    Yeah, I thought about those. Gorge doesn't count since it was a commercial-wide release. Philly box set as far as I recall was only sold thru 10C and later Nugs. Can anyone confirm this and that it wasn't sold in stores?  I have both already so it doesn't affect my collection seeking, but would be nice to know for certain.  I really think it was just the '00 and '03 that had retail releases in the bootleg design/packaging, but I'm only 99% sure. It's that 1% of doubt that bugs me lol.

    Just so you know the 2003 retail packaging differed from the 2003 standard bootleg packaging.  There are 2 versions for each of those shows.
    Yeah, I remember 10C had the stickers and retail was printed on the jacket. I’m just going after the retail ones. I have the 10C editions for the shows I went to. 
    I’ll still have to limit 2000 to just the Ape/Man shows. There’s no way I’m collecting all 72 at this point in life. But I do recall all of them being released in stores now that you mention it. I used to have copies of Indianapolis and Saratoga Springs which weren’t ape/man.
    Thanks for the info!!
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