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Published: 2013/03/07

Grateful Dead’s Rare Cuts & Oddities 1966 to Get Record Store Day Release

The Grateful Dead’s Rare Cuts & Oddities 1966 will be released as two 180 gram LPs for Record Store Day 2013. The album, which was released on CD in 2005, includes a number of rare live and studio tracks recorded by the Grateful Dead in 1966. The vinyl will be available at participating vendors on April 20 along with other Record Store Day albums from Phish, Jimi Hendrix, Bob Dylan, The Doors, The Band, Frank Zappa, Yonder Mountain String Band and many more. You can check out our original review of the Rare Cuts & Oddities 1966 here, and the full tracklist can be found below.

Rare Cuts & Oddities 1966 tracklist:

1. Walking The Dog [Rehearsal Version]

2. You See A Broken Heart [Rehearsal Version]

3. Promised Land [Rehearsal Version]

4. Good Lovin’ [Studio Demo]

5. Standing On The Corner [Studio Demo]

6. Cream Puff War [Studio Demo]

7. Betty and Dupree [Rehearsal Version]

8. Stealin’ [Rehearsal Version]

9. Silver Threads and Golden Needles [Studio Demo]

10. Not Fade Away [Rehearsal Version]

11. Big Railroad Blues [Live, February/March, 1966]

12. Sick and Tired [Live, February/March, 1966]

13. Empty Heart [Live, February/March, 1966]

14. Gangster Of Love [Live, Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, July 3, 1966]

15. Don’t Mess Up A Good Thing [Live, Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, July 3, 1966]

16. Hey Little One [Live, Danish Center, Los Angeles, March 12, 1966]

17. I’m A King Bee [Live, Danish Center, Los Angeles, March 12, 1966]

18. Caution [Do Not Stop On Tracks] [Live, Danish Center, Los Angeles, March 12, 1966]

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beachgal March 7, 2013, 14:33:26

Umm – odd choice – not one I see as a big help for failing record stores.

MalcolmO March 7, 2013, 16:52:05

My record store could give me no GD joy last year. But I think I’ll get the CD version of this. Or maybe get it on iTunes if there’s no joy for the CD. Record companies note: I usually have to climb over piles of garbage to find that what I want is not stocked. :(

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