The latest installment in the Grateful Dead‘s All The Years Live archive video series is available now on the band’s YouTube page. This entry highlights the Dead’s slower tempo performance of the longtime fan-favorite, “Brown-Eyed Women” as played during a show at Buckeye Lake in Thornville, OH on July 1st, 1992.
The video joins previous Buckeye Lake performances in the latter part of the band’s career shared as part of the All The Years Live series including “Eyes of the World”, “Foolish Heart”, “Let It Grow”, “Stagger Lee”, “Bird Song”, and “Reuben & Cherise”.
As the band’s archivist David Lemieux mentioned about the performance with the video’s arrival on Thursday, “One of Jerry’s [Garcia] most-played first songs, with almost 350 live performances, this version comes on the last day of the Summer Tour of 1992, after which the Dead would take a well-deserved, and needed, rest until December.”
Unlike most of the pro-shot videos shared by the band, this one also mixes the concert footage with archive photos from the Dead’s early years in the 1960s.
Relive the band’s relaxed take on “Brown-Eyed Women” at Buckeye Lake below.
Grateful Dead – Brown-Eyed Women – 7/1/92
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Previous installments of the Dead’s ongoing All The Years Live series have included: