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 performance of “It’s All Over Now” at Rich Stadium in Orchard Park, NY on July 16th, 1990.
This video joins fellow 7/16/90 entries “Sugar Magnolia” > “Scarlet Begonias“, “Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodleloo“, “Ship Of Fools“, “High Time“, “Let It Grow“, and Brent Mydland‘s final “Blow Away“. Coming in just after the midpoint of set one, this Rolling Stones cover finds the Dead with wheels up and taking flight across Rich Stadium with clean and succinct licks from Jerry Garcia before Brent Mydland is permitted to run wild on the B3 organ.
Grateful Dead archivist and legacy manager David Lemieux notes in the video’s description,
When It’s All Over Now first appeared in Grateful Dead sets in 1976, it was the perfect addition to the Bob-sung part of first sets. It was quite a bit different than any other Bob song: not an original, not a blues song, not a cowboy song. When The Last Time arrived in 1990, it was the same feeling, another Bob rocker, although The Last Time bounced around the setlist quite a bit, whereas It’s All Over Now was a first set song.
Watch the Grateful Dead perform “It’s All Over Now” at Rich Stadium on July 16th, 1990.
Grateful Dead – “It’s All Over Now” (The Rolling Stones) – Orchard Park, NY – 7/16/90
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Previous installments of the Dead’s ongoing All The Years Live series have included: