Editors’ Notes After the death of their ‘80s keyboardist Brent Mydland, the Grateful Dead were in a tough spot. Fortunately, Bruce Hornsby soon stepped in; he brought a jazzy new vocabulary to the band’s sound, which this release beautifully documents. Hornsby’s intricate playing builds on the complex chord changes of tunes like "Victim or the Crime" and "Crazy Fingers." This provides an intriguing foil for Jerry Garcia’s exploratory guitar solos and makes for some of the prettiest material of the band’s later years.

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Help On the Way (Live)
1
4:15
 
Slipknot! (Live)
2
5:30
 
Franklin's Tower (Live)
3
10:41
 
Walkin' Blues (Live)
4
6:30
 
It Must Have Been the Roses (Live)
5
5:45
 
Dire Wolf (Live)
6
3:59
 
Queen Jane Approximately (Live)
7
7:16
 
Tennessee Jed (Live)
8
7:50
 
The Music Never Stopped (Live)
9
8:18
 
Victim or the Crime (Live)
10
8:24
 
Crazy Fingers (Live)
11
9:38
 
Playing In the Band (Live)
12
9:22
 
Terrapin Station (Live)
13
12:47
 
Boston Clam Jam (Live)
14
5:37
 
Drums (Live)
15
11:04
 
Space (Live)
16
8:15
 
That Would Be Something (Live)
17
3:51
 
Playing In the Band (Live)
18
5:23
 
China Doll (Live)
19
5:46
 
Throwing Stones (Live)
20
8:59
 
Not Fade Away (Live)
21
9:01
 
The Mighty Quinn - Quinn the Eskimo (Live)
22
4:41
 
Samson and Delilah (Live At Boston Garden, March 31, 1991)
23
7:47
 
Eyes of the World (Live At Boston Garden, March 31, 1991)
24
23:30
 

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