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    1. Festival Express
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    2. The Rolling Stones - Gimme Shelter
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    3. Coyote Ugly
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    4. Woodstock: 3 Days of Peace &
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    5. The Grateful Dead Movie
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    6. A Night at the Family Dog 1970
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    7. Coyote Ugly (Unrated Special Edition)
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    8. Grateful Dead - The Closing of
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    9. Confessions of a Teenage Drama
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    10. Grateful Dawg
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    11. The Grateful Dead: The End of
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    12. Classic Albums: Grateful Dead
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    13. The Grateful Dead - Downhill From
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    14. Grateful Dead - Truckin' Up to
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    15. Grateful Dead: A Step-by-step
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    16. Jerry Garcia Band: Live at Shoreline
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    17. Grateful Dead - View From the
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    18. Grateful Dead:Tie-Died - Rock
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    19. Legendary Licks Guitar: Grateful
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    20. The Grateful Dead: Dead Ahead

    1. Festival Express
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    Isbn: 0780649230
    Manufacturer: New Line Home Video
    Sales Rank: 4543
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    DescriptionFestival Express is a rousing record of a little-known, but monumental, moment in rock n' roll history, starring such music legends as Janis Joplin, The Band, and the Grateful Dead. Set in 1970, Festival Express was a multi-band, multi-day extravaganza that captured the spirit and imagination of a generation and a nation. What made it unique was that it was portable; for five days, the bands and performers lived, slept, rehearsed and did countless unmentionable things aboard a customized train that traveled from Toronto, to Calgary, to Winnipeg, with each stop culminating in a mega-concert. The entire experience, both off-stage and on, was filmed but the extensive footage remained locked away -- until now. A momentous achievement in rock film archeology, Festival Express combines this long-lost material with contemporary interviews nearly 35 years after it was first filmed.

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    2. The Rolling Stones - Gimme Shelter - Criterion Collection
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    Isbn: 0780023811
    Manufacturer: Criterion
    Sales Rank: 4761
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    DescriptionCalled "the greatest rock film ever made," this landmark documentary follows the Rolling Stones on their notorious 1969 U.S. tour. When 300,000 members of the Love Generation collided with a few dozen Hell's Angels at San Francisco's Altamont Speedway, direct cinema pioneers David and Albert Maysles and Charlotte Zwerin immortalized on film the bloody slash that transformed a decade's dreams into disillusionment. ... Read more


    3. Coyote Ugly
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    Isbn: 0788826700
    Manufacturer: Touchstone / Disney
    Sales Rank: 7822
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    4. Woodstock: 3 Days of Peace & Music Director's Cut (40th Anniversary Ultimate Collector's Edition and BD-Live with Amazon Exclusive Bonus Content) [Blu-ray]
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    Asin: B001V9LRTM
    Manufacturer: Warner Home Video
    Sales Rank: 5484
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    Amazon.comThis director's cut of Woodstock: 3 Days of Peace & Music, released to coincide with the 40th anniversary of that legendary concert event, has to be one of the most impressive Blu-ray releases of 2009 or any other year--and that's even before you put the discs in your player. The box is designed to resemble a faux fringe jacket (with an iron-on patch attached), and inside are all manner of shiny bells and whistles, including a lucite paperweight with images from the event, a reprint of LIFE Magazine's original festival feature, and reproductions of various Woodstock memorabilia, right down to notes left by concertgoers ("Please meet me in front of stage. I have your insulin pills") and a three-day ticket to the event. And hey, if you're looking for subtitles in Finnish, Thai, or Polish, you've come to the right place.

    The movie itself now weighs in at nearly four hours long, and is presumably the way director Michael Wadleigh wanted it in the first place. The Blu-ray transfer is definitely an upgrade, as is the soundtrack, which was originally recorded on 8-track tape under less-than-ideal conditions. (Using modern digital technology, audio engineer Eddie Kramer, who was hunkered down in what passed for a recording booth at the Woodstock site, has painstakingly restored the soundtrack--even bringing in some of the musicians to re-play their original parts, as on Santana's "Evil Ways," one of the previously unreleased bonus performances. Considering that the event is something of a sacred cow by now, this trick may strike some as blasphemous. Then again, this is hardly the first time that a live concert recording has been sweetened, re-recorded, or otherwise enhanced. In fact, it'd be hard to find one that wasn't. And the additions would have gone largely unnoticed if we hadn't been told about them.) In the end, though, there’s only so much improvement possible, and Woodstock was never about technical brilliance anyway. Nor was it mostly about the music, either. Nor was it mostly about the music, either. There are some terrific performances, from acoustic numbers by Richie Havens and Crosby, Stills & Nash to powerful electric contributions from Santana, Sly & the Family Stone, and Joe Cocker. But the truth is that Monterey Pop, which happened two years earlier, was the more exciting concert, and of the several artists who appeared on both bills (including Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, the Who, Jefferson Airplane, and others), all of them made better music at the California festival. But Woodstock was always less a concert than an overall cultural happening, and Wadleigh and his crew, often employing an effective split-screen technique, do a superb job of corralling and conveying the remarkable atmosphere and spirit of it; you didn't have to be there to recognize that this was the zenith of the Age of Aquarius (it was also the twilight; with Altamont looming, things would never be this peaceful and idealistic again).

    Of principal interest on the second disc will be two hours of additional musical performances, including both additional tunes by those who are in the main feature and appearances by five artists who for various reasons (ego, money, quality, time) never made it into the film at all; of the latter, Creedence Clearwater Revival is excellent, Paul Butterfield and Johnny Winter are good, Mountain is mediocre, and the Grateful Dead, with an interminable (38 minutes!) "Turn on Your Love Light," are awful (a special Blu-ray-only feature lets users organize this material as they see fit). Meanwhile, "From Festival to Feature," a new, hour-long look at the making of the movie, is absorbing and minutely detailed. The Amazon-exclusive content (included on disc 2) is an additional 20 minutes of never-before-seen performance footage in high definition from Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane, and Country Joe and the Fish plus three bonus featurettes. --Sam Graham

    Product Description
    1969 was a year unlike any other. Man first set foot on the moon. The New York Mets won the World Series against all odds. And for three days in the rural town of Bethel, New York, half a million people experienced the single most defining moment of their generation; a concert unprecedented in scope and influence, a coming together of people from all walks of life with a single common goal: Peace and music. They called it Woodstock. One year later, a landmark Oscar®-winning documentary captured the essence of the music, the electricity of the performances, and the experience of those who lived it. Newly remastered, the film features legendary performances by 17 best selling artists.


    Stills from Woodstock: 3 Days of Peace & Music Director's Cut


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    5. The Grateful Dead Movie
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    Isbn: 1569942390
    Manufacturer: Monterey Video
    Sales Rank: 14113
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    Amazon.comThe only Grateful Dead video to have received a theatrical release (in the mid-'70s), this film is a real time capsule. See Keith and Donna Godcheaux as integral parts of the band! See the Wall of Sound! See the trippy animation! See Jerry with all-black hair! The photography and sound are crude and not on par with those in some of the more recent Dead videos, notably Ticket to New Year's or Downhill from Here, but its earnestness, and its focus on an era in the Band's history with little other video documentation, more than make up for the lack of polish. There's some above-average music, too, especially "Eyes of the World" and the ever-irresistible "U.S. Blues." --Anne Hurley ... Read more


    6. A Night at the Family Dog 1970 (The Grateful Dead / Jefferson Airplane / Santana)
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    Asin: B0009PBLZE
    Manufacturer: Eagle Rock Ent
    Sales Rank: 20586
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    DescriptionFilmed on location at the Family Dog Ballroom in San Francisco in September, 1970, the show captures the heyday and diversity of the San Francisco sound with three of the most well known bands to emerge from the scene: Santana, who would release their second album at the end of 1970; The Grateful Dead, including original band member Ron "Pigpen" McKernan, who were making a name for themselves with their jam-filled performances; and Jefferson Airplane, who were at the time the biggest of the bands from the area.

    San Francisco was an area of artistic creation during the mid-to-late 60's. Whether it was art, poetry or music, the Haight-Ashbury area of San Francisco was the place for like-minded individuals to explore and create. Noted jazz columnist Ralph J. Gleason took note of the exploding rock music scene and produced several television specials and documentaries spotlighting the music emerging from San Francisco. A Night At The Family Dog is one part of a two-part series (the other is Go Ride The Music) that aired on The National Educational Television Network in 1970.

    The audio for this program has been extrapolated up to Stereo and 5.1 Surround Sound mixes from their original mono source! This show has never sounded or looked so good!

    Track Listing:
    Santana
    -Incident At Neshabur
    -Soul Sacrifice
    The Grateful Dead
    -Hard To Handle
    -China Cat Sunflower
    -I Know You Rider
    Jefferson Airplane
    -The Ballad of You And Me And Pooneil
    -Eskimo Blue Day
    A Super Jam
    -All Star jam with members of all 3 bands! ... Read more


    7. Coyote Ugly (Unrated Special Edition)
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    Asin: B0007RT9LM
    Manufacturer: Buena Vista Home Entertainment / Touchstone
    Sales Rank: 10463
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    DescriptionFrom hit-making producer Jerry Bruckheimer (GONE IN 60 SECONDS, ARMEGEDDON) comes the special unrated extended cut of COYOTE UGLY. It's the intoxicating sexy comedy starring an unbeatable cast of hot new stars including Piper Perabo (CHEAPER BY THE DOZEN) and Maria Bello (PAYBACK). Moving to New York to pursue her dream of becoming a famous songwriter, Violet Sanford (Perabo) finds herself desperate and broke. Through a twist of fate, the shy, innocent Violet lands a job as a barmaid at the hottest nightclub in town -- the down and dirty, wild and fun Coyote Ugly. Overflowing with attitude, the "Coyotes" spend more time on top of the bar than behind it, tantalizing the standing-room-only crowd with their outrageous antics! It's one wild adventure for a small-town girl with big city dreams. ... Read more


    8. Grateful Dead - The Closing of Winterland
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    Asin: B0000C5090
    Manufacturer: WEA/Rhino
    Sales Rank: 25169
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    9. Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen
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    Isbn: 078885478X
    Manufacturer: Walt Disney Video
    Sales Rank: 30511
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    DescriptionFrom the studio that brought you the smash hits FREAKY FRIDAY and THE PRINCESS DIARIES, CONFESSIONS OF A TEENAGE DRAMA QUEEN stars Lindsay Lohan (FREAKY FRIDAY) in a hip and hilarious coming-of-age comedy for the whole family! When the always dramatic Lola (Lohan) and her family move from the center of everything in New York City to the center of a cultural wasteland in suburban New Jersey, she feels her life is simply not worth living! But no matter who or what gets in the way, Lola won't give up on her life's ambition: to be a star! In a crowd-pleasing movie treat bursting with music, dance, and excitement, Lola's fun-filled adventure won't be glamorous or easy, but it might just show her that real life could exceed even her wildest dreams! ... Read more


    10. Grateful Dawg
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    Isbn: 0767874986
    Manufacturer: Sony Pictures
    Sales Rank: 25463
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    GRATEFUL DAWG - DVD Movie ... Read more


    11. The Grateful Dead: The End of the Road - The Final Tour '95
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    Isbn: 1569942404
    Manufacturer: Monterey Video
    Sales Rank: 21532
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    DescriptionMusic by Merl Saunders & Jerry Garcia, appearances by Babatunde Olatunji, Merl Saunders, Wavy Gravy, Bob Weir, Phil Lesh, Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann

    Written & Directed By: Brent MeeskeFor 30 years, Jerry Garcia played guitar and sang for the Grateful Dead, and by doing so, inspired a modern cultural phenomenon – the legions of nomadic fans that made a communal way of life out of following Jerry and the Dead – the Deadheads."The End of the Road" began shooting just 3 months before Garcia’s Death in 1995 – documenting ‘life on the road’ with this family of bohemian wanderers – on what would be the final tour with Jerry and the Dead.That summer the road came to an end back where it all began – in San Francisco – where thousands gathered one last time for eulogies from bandmates, friends and family at the memorial for Jerry Garcia.

    DVD Features: Uncut Memorial Ceremony, Extended Merl Saunders Interview, Follow-up Interviews, Deleted/Extended Scenes, Original Press Kit ... Read more


    12. Classic Albums: Grateful Dead - Anthem to Beauty
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    Asin: B0007GADZ4
    Manufacturer: Eagle Rock Entertainment
    Sales Rank: 32789
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    DescriptionThis program looks at the span of the Grateful Dead's music from 1968's "ANTHEM OF THE SUN", which was a hybrid of a live and studio album, and the 1970 country-styled album "AMERICAN BEAUTY". The story is told through new and vintage interviews with band members Phil Lesh, Bob Weir, Jerry Garcia, and Mickey Hart, guest musicians, and lyricist Robert Hunter, along with home movies from the Grateful Dead's own archive. Features many classic Dead tunes including: "Truckin'", Mountains Of The Moon", "Sugar Magnolia", and "Box Of Rain". ... Read more


    13. The Grateful Dead - Downhill From Here
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    Isbn: 1569946027
    Manufacturer: Monterey Video
    Sales Rank: 23601
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    Amazon.comMade for hard-core Deadheads only, this two-and-a-half-hour-long concert video (released after the death of leader Jerry Garcia) captures an entire live show by the psychedelic pioneers. Shot in the summer of 1989 at Alpine Valley Music Theater in East Troy, Wisconsin, the Dead are caught during one of their latter-day musical peaks. Appearing jovial (Garcia actually moves during several tunes!), the band provides numerous patented extended jams during a two-set, 23-song performance. Lively highlights include Garcia's blistering solos during "Deal" and "China Cat Sunflower/I Know You Rider"; the spacey pairing of "Uncle John's Band" with "Playing in the Band"; and the tender ballad "Standing on the Moon." The motionless Dead were never a visually compelling live act, so viewers shouldn't expect anything more than close-ups of the sextet's faces and hands. However, such a conventional approach is preferred over the cheesy kaleidoscope of video effects that mar numerous songs here. --Dave McCoy ... Read more


    14. Grateful Dead - Truckin' Up to Buffalo: July 4, 1989
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    Isbn: 1569942412
    Manufacturer: Monterey Video
    Sales Rank: 33539
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    DescriptionStarring: The Grateful Dead

    Directed By: Len Dell’Amico Description: Rich Stadium, Orchard Park, N.Y. July 4, 1989

    The entire band is in peak musical form, making "Grateful Dead: Truckin' Up To Buffalo" one of the very best concerts. Arguably considered to be the Grateful Dead's best tour of their last 15 years of touring, this complete concert at Buffalo's Rich Stadium on July 4, 1989, features the quintessential Fourth of July song, "U.S. Blues."

    With the picture taken from the master 1" video tape, shot with six cameras, and featuring an outstanding new 5.1 and stereo mix produced from the master multi-track tapes, this nearly three hour concert features such staples as "Touch of Grey," "Morning Dew," "All Along The Watchtower," "Deal," "Terrapin Station," and is sure to be a collector’s favorite!

    Set One
    Bertha
    Greatest Story Ever Told
    Cold Rain and Snow
    Walkin’ Blues
    Row Jimmy
    When I Paint My Masterpiece
    Stagger Lee
    Looks Like Rain
    Deal

    Set Two
    Touch Of Grey
    Man Smart, Woman Smarter
    Ship Of Fools
    Playing In The Band
    Terrapin Station
    Drums
    Space
    I Will Take You Home
    All Along The Watchtower
    Morning Dew
    Not Fade Away
    Encore
    U.S. Blues

    DVD Extras: Visible Lyrics Option, Digitally Remastered (picture taken from the master 1" videotape, shot with six cameras), outstanding new 5.1 and stereo mix produced from the master multi-track tapes ... Read more


    15. Grateful Dead: A Step-by-step Breakdown of Grateful Dead's Guitar Styles and Techniques
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    Asin: B0002YCURA
    Manufacturer: Hal Leonard
    Sales Rank: 14513
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    GRATEFUL DEAD LEGENDARY LICKS - DVD Movie ... Read more


    16. Jerry Garcia Band: Live at Shoreline
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    Asin: B0009X77AO
    Manufacturer: Rhino / Wea
    Sales Rank: 43218
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    DescriptionOn September 1, 1990, at the Shoreline Amphitheater, the Garcia Band performed a particularly poignant kind of magic. A Grateful Dead show was originally scheduled for that date, but the Dead's brilliant, passionate keyboard player, Brent Mydland, had died of an overdose at age 37 in late July. Rather than cancel the gig, the Garcia Band stepped in to deliver one of their most heartfelt performances. First Set - How Sweet It Is ToBe Loved By You, Stop That Train, Dear Prudence, I Shall Be Released, Run for the Roses, My Sisters and Brothers, Deal. Second Set - I Second That Emotion, Think, And It Stoned Me, Waiting For A Miracle, Don't Let G, That Lucky Old Sun (Just Rolls Around Heaven All Day), Tangled Up in Blue. ... Read more


    17. Grateful Dead - View From the Vault
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    Asin: B00004W5VA
    Manufacturer: WEA/Rhino
    Sales Rank: 45344
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    DescriptionThe first all new video from America's premier in-concert band in over three years. The Grateful Dead - A View from the Vault is over 2-1/2 hours of LIVE concert footage from the historic concert at Three Rivers Stadium in Pittsburgh, PA in July of 1990.

    Jerry, Mickey, Bill, Phil, Brent and Bob thrill a packed stadium with the classic performance style that is uniquely their own. This contains both day and night footage, including the first ever video released version of the huge hit "A Touch of Grey".

    The DVD version contains over an extra hour of additional footage shot from Cardinal's Stadium during the same tour.

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    18. Grateful Dead:Tie-Died - Rock 'n Roll's Most Deadicated Fans
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    Isbn: 1572526394
    Manufacturer: Fox Lorber
    Sales Rank: 60406
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    DescriptionChronicles the lives of "Deadheads" during the 1994 summer tour of the Grateful Dead.Interactive Menus, Scene Access, Production Credits ... Read more


    19. Legendary Licks Guitar: Grateful Dead, Classic Songs - Featuring Nate LaPointe
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    Asin: B000Y8AEEK
    Manufacturer: Cherry Lane
    Sales Rank: 26714
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    Learn the guitar styles and techniques of the Grateful Dead. Each guitar part is played up to speed, then broken down note by note. This DVD features in-depth analysis of seven songs: Bertha * Eyes of the World * One More Saturday Night * Playing in the Band * Scarlet Begonias * St. Stephen * U.S. Blues. 2 hours, 13 minutes. ... Read more


    20. The Grateful Dead: Dead Ahead
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    Isbn: 1569942439
    Manufacturer: Monterey Video
    Sales Rank: 50564
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    Description
    Starring: Grateful Dead, masters of ceremony Al Franken and Tom Davis

    October of 1980, the Grateful Dead plays the world-famous Radio City Music Hall in a week long marathon of sell-out shows that were beloved by fans and captured on film.

    Now, in honor of the 40th Anniversary of the Grateful Dead, the original 1" master tapes from the show have been lovingly transformed onto DVD, The Grateful Dead’s best loved songs performed live onstage by Jerry Garcia, Bill Kreutzmann, Phil Lesh, Bob Weir, Mickey Hart and Brent Mydland, this DVD is a celebration of America’s most loved touring band, and features both acoustic and electric performances.

    Almost three hours of must see "Dead" music – LIVE! Featuring: Uncle John’s Band Bird Song On the Road Again To Lay Me Down Ripple Me & My Uncle Mexicali Blues Ramble on Rose Little Red Rooster Don’t Ease Me In Lost Sailor Saint of Circumstance Franklin’s Tower Rhythm Devils Space Fire On The Mountain Not Fade Away Good Lovin’

    Bonus Songs from 10/30/80:

    Heaven Help The Fool Shakedown Street Samson and Delilah He’s Gone Truckin’

    DVD Extras:

    Seen on PBS

    First time ever on DVD

    The entire, 114 minute original Dead Ahead, recorded October, 1980, at Radio City Music Hall in New York City

    Transferred from the original master 1" video in full color

    Audio features the original stereo mix produced by Dan Healy and Betty cantor-Jackson, PLUS a brand new 5.1 mix of the concert

    MC'd by Al Franken and Tom Davis

    Visible Lyrics Option on entire DVD

    All bonus songs feature Visible Lyrics Option, and a NEW stereo AND 5.1 audio mix

    Collectors Booklet featuring a new essay by Dead Head scholar and author Steve Silberman, and rare and previously unseen photos by Peter Simon and Bob Minkin ... Read more


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