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GRATEFUL DEAD

Shakedown Street (2024 Reissue)

limited select retailers exclusive 140g blue LP - £32.99 | Pre Order
140g black LP - £29.99 | Pre Order
Newly Mastered by GRAMMY® Award-winning engineer David Glasser, with Plangent Processes™ tape restoration and speed correction.
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Go to Heaven (2024 Reissue)

limited select retailers exclusive remastered 140g blue LP - £32.99 | Pre Order
140g remastered black LP - £29.99 | Pre Order
Newly Mastered by GRAMMY® Award-winning engineer David Glasser, with Plangent Processes™ tape restoration and speed correction.
GRATEFUL DEAD

From the Mars Hotel (50th Anniversary Edition)

limited remastered zoetrope picture disc lp - £37.99 | Buy
limited select retailers exclusive remastered neon pink lp - £34.99 | Buy

remastered 180g black lp - £28.99 | Buy

deluxe remastered 3CD with extra tracks - £26.99 | Buy
Eight months after the release of 'Wake Of The Flood', the GRATEFUL DEAD followed up that masterpiece with the second album on their Grateful Dead Recor...
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Dead Set (2024 Reissue)

140g 2LP - £43.99 | Buy
Dead Set is a live album recorded during the Dead's extended residencies in San Francisco and New York in the Fall of 1980, recorded to 32-track analog tape...
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Terrapin Station (2024 Reissue)

limited remastered 140g green lp - £33.99 | Buy
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'Terrapin Station' is one of the deepest, densest, most ambitious albums in the entire Dead catalogue.
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In the Dark (2024 Reissue)

140g remastered black lp - £31.99 | Buy
The penultimate studio album from the Grateful Dead, released in 1987, it was their first Top 10 album, with their first Top 10 hit song, 'Touch Of Grey'...
Reckoning (2024 Reissue)

GRATEFUL DEAD

Reckoning (2024 Reissue)

RBDO 2171
  • 140g 2LP

    Released: 5th Jul 2024

    £41.99
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To celebrate the Grateful Dead's 15th anniversary in 1980, they did something extraordinary: they played a fifteen-show run in San Francisco, and an eight-show run in New York City, with the most exciting of these being an additional, acoustic 45 minute set to open every show, their first acoustic sets since 1970.

These sets saw the reinterpretation of some classic Dead and solo songs, older traditional songs from the jugband days and the 1970 acoustic sets, and some new additions to the Dead's repertoire. Recorded to 32-track tape (two 16-track tape machines synced up), Reckoning is one of the greatest, most clear sounding live records the Dead ever produced. Featuring countless classics including “Cassidy”, “Bird Song”, “Monkey and the Engineer”, and “Ripple”. Will be newly mastered by GRAMMY® Award-winning engineer David Glasser, Produced for release by the Dead’s Audio Archivist and Legacy Manager, David Lemieux