The latest installment in the GratefulDead‘s “All The Years Live” video series is now available on the band’s YouTube channel. The new archive release showcases the Dead’s performance of “Cold Rain And Snow” from their Independence Day concert at Orchard Park, NY’s Rich Stadium on July 4th, 1989.
The new video is pulled from the same July 4th, 1989 concert as one of the band’s previous “All The Years Live” additions with the video for “Touch of Grey” which arrived last summer.
As Grateful Dead archivist David Lemieux notes in the video’s description:
“One of the most consistently played songs in the Dead’s repertoire 1966-1995, ‘Cold Rain and Snow’ was quite commonly a show-opener, but also appeared in various places throughout first sets, and occasionally second sets. This one, from the magnificent Buffalo 89 show, was the third song of the first set, on a hot, humid, and later rainy night in Western New York.”
Watch the band’s performance of their “Cold Rain And Snow” from July 4th, 1989 below.
The arrival of the pro-shot “Cold Rain And Snow” is the latest in the Dead’s ongoing archival video series. Previous editions of the band’s ongoing weekly “All The Years Live” video series have included: