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    Grateful Dead "Don't Ease Me In" 45 Presentation. First recorded by Blues legend Henry Thomas in the '20s, "Don't Ease Me In" was covered extensively by the Grateful Dead during the first year of their existence, and was a regular part of their repertoire in 1970, 1972, 1973, and 1979-95, but was rarely on their set list during other years. More importantly, the single was their first commercially released recording, issued as a 45 in 1966. This wall display features an original 45 of the song framed along with a color 8" x 10" photo of the band and a vintage Avalon Ballroom handbill promoting the jam band, to an overall size of 32.5" x 18". Also included is a playable, reissued copy of the 45. In overall Excellent condition.

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    October, 2007
    6th-7th Saturday-Sunday
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