Hey Now!

Next Time You See Me
Beat It On Down The Line
Bird Song
Dark Hollow
Second That Emotion
Me And My Uncle
Cumberland Blues
10  Good Lovin'
11  Drums
12  Good Lovin'
13  Sugar Magnolia
14  Loser
15  Ain't It Crazy (The Rub)
16  El Paso
17  I'm A King Bee
18  Ripple
19  Me And Bobby McGee
20  Uncle John's Band
21  Turn On Your Lovelight
22  China Cat Sunflower
23  I Know You Rider
24  It Hurts Me Too
25  Sing Me Back Home
26  Hard To Handle
27  Dark Star - (featuring Tom Constanten)
28  St. Stephen - (featuring Tom Constanten)
29  Not Fade Away - (featuring Tom Constanten)
30  Morning Dew
31  New Minglewood Blues
32  Wharf Rat
33  Alligator
34  Drums
35  Jam
36  Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad
37  Cold Rain And Snow
38  Casey Jones
39  In The Midnight Hour
40  We Bid You Goodnight

Available Now!

Ladies and Gentlemen...The Grateful Dead
Fillmore East, New York April 1971

Their Legendary Final Fillmore East Shows.

Special early-order discount

4-CD set
list 31.98
GDF price: 29.98

A stunning 4-CD collection of highlights from the Dead's epic five-night stand during the final days of the legendary Fillmore East, widely considered among the greatest live performances of their career.

Covered by tape collectors for nearly three decades, these recordings have been mixed and digitally remastered for the first time ever from the original 2-inch multi-track tapes.

Package includes a 16-page booklet featuring rare photographs and an essay by Grateful Dead scholar and journalist Blair Jackson (author of Garcia; An American Life and co-producer of the acclaimed Grateful Dead box set, So Many Roads (1965-1995) - now certified Gold!)

40 tracks on 4 CD's

Highlights include:

  • Powerful renditions of such classics as "Truckin," "Casey Jones," "Sugar Magnolia" and "Uncle John's Band."
  • The band's final live version of "Alligator" plus soul workouts on "Turn On Your Lovelight" and "In The Midnight Hour," all featuring the late Ron "Pigpen" McKernan.
  • Classic country covers including Kris Kristofferson's "Me & Bobby McGee," Merle Haggerd's "Sing Me Back Home" and the band's own "Cumberland Blues."
  • A stellar suite of "Dark Star" and "St. Stephen" (featuring a cameo by Dead alumnus Tom Constanten on organ) followed by "Not Fade Away."

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