On January 20, the Grateful Dead will issue a deluxe version of their 1967 debut studio album. The set includes previously unreleased audio from the band’s visit to P.N.E. Garden Auditorium in 1966 and today Entertainment Weekly has shared a track from the live component.
A 2-CD version of the set starts with freshly remastered audio of the Dead’s self-titled 1967 debut and concludes with live highlights from Vancouver ’66. The “Good Morning Little Schoolgirl” below shows off the skills of Ron “Pigpen” McKernan and was recorded on July 26, 1966. McKernan sings and plays harmonica on the track, listen:
Grateful Dead 50th Anniversary Edition Tracklist
CD1 – Original Album Remastered:
- 01 The Golden Road (To Unlimited Devotion)
- 02 Beat It On Down The Line
- 03 Good Morning Little School Girl
- 04 Cold Rain And Snow
- 05 Sitting On Top Of The World
- 06 Cream Puff War
- 07 Morning Dew
- 08 New, New Minglewood Blues
- 09 Viola Lee Blues
CD2 – Live at P.N.E. Garden Auditorium, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada 7/29/66
- 01 Standing On The Corner
- 02 I Know You Rider
- 03 Next Time You See Me
- 04 Sitting On Top Of The World
- 05 You Don’t Have To Ask
- 06 Big Boss Man
- 07 Stealin’
- 08 Cardboard Cowboy
- 09 It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue
- 10 Cream Puff War
- 11 Viola Lee Blues
- 12 Beat It On Down The Line
- 13 Good Morning Little Schoolgirl
- 14 Cold Rain And Snow (7/30)
- 15 One Kind Favor (7/30)
- 16 Hey Little One (7/30)
- 17 New, New Minglewood Blues (7/30)
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