A double dose of the Grateful Dead! Celebrate the release of the band's critically acclaimed documentary Long Strange Trip with a companion soundtrack featuring a career-spanning collection of studio and live recordings including several unreleased performances.

The two-disc version of Long Strange Trip Motion Picture Soundtrack captures many of their greatest studio recordings alongside several of their most dynamic performances. Among the live highlights are "He's Gone," "St. Stephen" and the "Scarlet">"Fire" jam from the mythic 1977 Barton Hall concert. The soundtrack also features unreleased performances like the legendary "Dark Star" from February 14, 1970 at The Fillmore East in New York and the magnificent "Dear Mr. Fantasy">"Hey Jude" jam recorded on July 2, 1989 at Sullivan Stadium in Foxboro, Massachusetts.

Grab a copy here.

Looking for ALL the music from the movie? The Amazon-exclusive 3CD version goes even deeper into the band's history with nine additional tracks. Much like The Dead's legendary second sets, the third disc is packed with jams, including an epic version (nearly 20-minutes) of "Eyes Of The World" recorded on August 6, 1974 at Roosevelt Stadium in New Jersey. This edition also features two unreleased performances: "Stella Blue" from July 5, 1981 in Oklahoma City and "Days Between" from October 18, 1994 at Madison Square Garden in New York.

Get the 3CD version here.

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