The latest live Grateful Dead video from the band’s recently-launched “All The Years Live” series is now available through the band’s official YouTube page. The new video features “New Speedway Boogie” from June 17th, 1991 at East Rutherford, NJ’s Giants Stadium.

As the band’s official archivist David Lemieux explains in the video’s description, “Another Garcia-Hunter classic that disappeared from the repertoire for way too long, ‘New Speedway Boogie’ was gone from 1970 to 1991, when it finally returned in February at the Oakland Coliseum. This bluesy Workingman’s Dead standout stretched out and allowed the Dead to take it to some exciting places.”

This 1991 Giants Stadium show, which will be featured as part of the forthcoming Giants Stadium 1987, 1989, 1991 box set, featured an opening set by Little Feat. “New Speedway Boogie” appeared midway through the second set and featured some delicate interplay between Jerry Garcia, Bob Weir, and Bruce Hornsby.

Check out the newly released video of the Grateful Dead performing “New Speedway Boogie” from June 17th, 1991 below:

Grateful Dead – “New Speedway Boogie” – 6/17/1991

[Video: Grateful Dead]

Previous editions of the Dead’s ongoing weekly “All The Years Live” video series have included “Terrapin Station” from July 26th, 1987 at Anaheim Stadium“Not Fade Away” from New Year’s Eve 1978 at the Winterland Ballroom“Cassidy” from June 17th, 1991 at Giants Stadium“Stagger Lee” from July 4th, 1991 at Rich Stadium“Lazy River Road” from June 26th, 1993 at RFK Stadium“Bird Song” from July 1st, 1992 at Buckeye Lake“Shakedown Street” from June 22nd, 1991 at Soldier Field“My Brother Esau” from July 24th, 1987 at Oakland, CA’s Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum“Blow Away” from 7/16/90 at Rich Stadium“Touch of Grey” from 7/4/1989 at Rich Stadium, “China Cat Sunflower” > “I Know You Rider” from 7/6/1990 at Cardinal Stadium“Estimated Prophet” from 7/8/1990 at Three Rivers Stadium“Reuben & Cherise” from 6/6/90 at Buckeye Lake“Morning Dew” from 10/18/74 at the Winterland Ballroom“Sugar Magnolia”/”Scarlet Begonias”/”Fire On The Mountain” from 12/31/78 at the Winterland Ballroom, and “Wang Dang Doodle” from June 14th, 1991 at RFK Stadium.