Grateful Dead Announces ‘All The Years Live’ Video Series

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The Grateful Dead launched All The Years Live, a video series available through their official YouTube channel. Archivist David Lemieux introduced the series in a “seaside chat” and the first video has been released featuring the band’s performance of “Morning Dew” from October 18, 1974 at The Winterland in San Francisco.

“We are going to start digging into the vault and releasing unreleased Grateful Dead concert videos pretty much song-by-song,” Lemieux said. “These will be the good-quality, multi-camera video shoots that would have been on the screens at stadiums. So they’ll all be really good. We’re going to do proper transfers. They’ll look, they’ll sound great and they’ll be available here on the Grateful Dead’s official YouTube channel.”

The archivist explained that the channel will also feature footage from past concert films. David noted that videos from previous releases have been cleaned up for inclusion on the Dead’s YouTube channel. However, the big news is the plans to unveil live videos that haven’t been shared yet. “What we’ve released so far is only the tip of the iceberg,” Lemieux added.

David Lemieux asks fans to subscribe to the channel. New videos will be posted each Thursday at 8 a.m. PT. Watch Lemieux introduce the series below:

Here’s video of “Morning Dew” from October 18, 1974: