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    Hey fellow Dawgologist > This live performance of the Jefferson Starship with Dawg sitting in was recently posted on YouTube. Was the first time I've seen his very unique electric F5. Complete with 2 tone knobs and his trademark "Dawg" headstock to boot! Is anyone familiar with this instrument or seen him play it? Fascinated to learn more. Nice version of Bluegrass At the Beach @ 1:08:25. Check his other vids, there's another show where David is playing is blond Giacomel, great version of Mill Valley Waltz and a couple others. What about that electric F5 though?

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    I'm listening to this Maria Muldaur record (https://www.discogs.com/master/10964...The-Sunny-Side), and Dawg is credited on there as playing banjo. Has anyone seen him do this, or did he only do it when Garcia wasn't looking?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WilliamWMeyer View Post
    I'm listening to this Maria Muldaur record (https://www.discogs.com/master/10964...The-Sunny-Side), and Dawg is credited on there as playing banjo. Has anyone seen him do this, or did he only do it when Garcia wasn't looking?
    Garcia and Dawg did a banjo duet of "Sweet Sunny South" on the Shady Grove album and live.


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    Curious question, what is the difference or history of Acoustic Disc vs Acoustic Oasis?

    I've been occasionally downloading lossless AD albums and was just curious about the two categories or Labels?

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    I'm hoping someone will elaborate if necessary and correct me if I'm wrong, but my understanding is that Acoustic Disc is Dawg's record label. Acoustic Oasis is specifically for high quality downloads of Acoustic Disc releases.

    I'm also happy to see this thread revived.

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    https://acousticdisc.com/music-downloads/

    "The Acoustic Disc catalog of CD releases is now available in digital download format..."
    "The Acoustic Oasis catalog of digital releases is now available exclusively on this website."

    I believe Acoustic Disc is albums that have had an actual physical CD (or cassette or even vinyl) release. Some of them are still available as CDs, but many of them are now out of print. But all(?) are available as downloads. Acoustic Oasis is strictly downloads, alternate titles or hi-def versions of albums that did have a physical release. And many of those that are a download version of a previous ACD title include bonus tracks from the same sessions.

    If you're looking at the ACD for a particular title, be sure to check the AO section as well. For instance, the original album "Doc&Dawg" DLACD-25 14 tracks is $10 to download in the ACD section (and Hi-Def), but there is "Doc Watson & David Grisman Complete Studio Recordings" 35 tracks for $15 (also up to Hi-Def) in the AO section
    https://acousticdisc.com/product/doc...dawg-download/
    https://acousticdisc.com/product/doc...ings-download/

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    Quote Originally Posted by jefflester View Post
    https://acousticdisc.com/music-downloads/

    "The Acoustic Disc catalog of CD releases is now available in digital download format..."
    "The Acoustic Oasis catalog of digital releases is now available exclusively on this website."

    I believe Acoustic Disc is albums that have had an actual physical CD (or cassette or even vinyl) release. Some of them are still available as CDs, but many of them are now out of print. But all(?) are available as downloads. Acoustic Oasis is strictly downloads, alternate titles or hi-def versions of albums that did have a physical release. And many of those that are a download version of a previous ACD title include bonus tracks from the same sessions.

    If you're looking at the ACD for a particular title, be sure to check the AO section as well. For instance, the original album "Doc&Dawg" DLACD-25 14 tracks is $10 to download in the ACD section (and Hi-Def), but there is "Doc Watson & David Grisman Complete Studio Recordings" 35 tracks for $15 (also up to Hi-Def) in the AO section
    https://acousticdisc.com/product/doc...dawg-download/
    https://acousticdisc.com/product/doc...ings-download/
    Ah makes sense. And great tip, I haven't really ventured into AO. Will check it out. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jefflester View Post
    Hey thanks! Nice to see that "Dawg Jazz / Dawg Grass" is finally available again. It's one of my favorites but hasn't been available for a long time. Fortunately I still have a digital copy from vinyl (made using an old DAT recorder by a friend. A modern rendering would probably sound better.)

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