On Thursday, the Grateful Dead unveiled their new All The Years Live video series, which is available through the band’s official YouTube page. Grateful Dead archivist David Lemieux introduced the series in a “seaside chat” and elaborated on what fans should expect with the new archival rollout, including a plethora of multi-cam, pro-shot footage that has previously been unreleased.

David Lemieux explained,

We are going to start digging into the vault and releasing unreleased Grateful Dead concert videos pretty much song-by-song. 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.

David Lemieux introduces the Grateful Dead’s All The Years Live

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A new video will be shared to the band’s YouTube page weekly on Thursdays at 8 a.m. (PST). Along with the launch of All The Years Live, the first video in the series has been released with an exploratory, 13-minute rendition of “Morning Dew” from October 18th, 1974 at The Winterland in San Francisco.

Lemieux shared his thoughts on the band’s “Morning Dew” release. He explained,

From the middle night of a five night stand that were billed as the Dead’s “Farewell Concerts,” this is widely considered one of the greatest, and most emotional, versions of Morning Dew ever performed by the Grateful Dead. Thankfully, the Dead’s farewell proved to be a two year hiatus from live touring, and in June 1976 they returned to the road.

Watch the band’s “Morning Dew” release below and make sure to subscribe to the Grateful Dead’s YouTube page:

Grateful Dead – “Morning Dew” – 10/18/1974

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