Coming on June 25th is the double-disc expanded remastered of the Grateful Dead‘s 1971 live “Skull And Roses” album. The original album, officially titled Grateful Dead, now features over an hour of unreleased music. A previously unreleased version of the band’s “The Other One” is now available on all streaming services.
A remastered version of the original double-LP will be available the same day exclusively at Dead.net on black vinyl with a limited edition, black & white propeller vinyl.
The newly added performances were taped on July 2nd, 1971 at San Francisco’s Fillmore West — which marked the band’s last gig at the hallowed venue. Highlights include the 17-minute Pigpen spectacular “Good Lovin’,” a cover of Merle Haggard‘s “Sing Me Back Home,” and the newly-released version of “The Other One”.”