RHINO will reissue the Grateful Dead‘s self-titled 1971 live album—also commonly referred to as “Skull & Roses“—with remastered audio from the original tapes and bonus live later this year.

On Wednesday the label shared details of the Grateful Dead (Skull & Roses) reissue, due out June 25th, which will include the original 11 live tracks remastered in 2-CD, 2-LP, and digital formats. Deadheads will have the option to purchase the album on standard double vinyl, two black-and-white propellor vinyl (limited to 5,000 copies), or a 2-CD expanded edition which also comes with 10 live recordings from the band’s July 2nd, 1971 show at the Fillmore West in San Francisco.

Originally released on October 24th, 1971, the album includes a collection of songs played at the Winterland Ballroom in March 1971 and New York City’s Hammerstein Ballroom and Fillmore East in April 1971. Skull & Roses notably went on to be recognized as the Grateful Dead’s first gold-certified album.

RHINO went big with two major Grateful Dead album reissues in 2020 with deluxe box sets prepared for both 1970’s Workingman’s Dead and American Beauty.

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To preview the 2-CD expanded edition release of Grateful Dead (Skull & Roses), RHINO shared the live audio of a 16-minute “The Other One” from the 7/2/71 show. Listen to the previously unreleased live cut of the jammed-out song below.

Grateful Dead – “The Other One” – 7/2/71

[Video: Grateful Dead]

Grateful Dead archivist and legacy manager David Lemieux shared in a statement,

For the Grateful Dead’s second live album, released two years after its predecessor LIVE/DEAD, the band delivered an equally magnificent, but entirely different, Grateful Dead sound. Whereas LIVE/DEAD was a perfect sonic encapsulation of the band at the peak of their Primal Dead era, SKULL & ROSES captures the quintessential quintet, the original five-piece band, playing some of their hardest hitting rock ‘n’ roll (‘Johnny B. Goode,’ ‘Not Fade Away’), showing off their authentic Bakersfield bona fides (‘Me & My Uncle,’ ‘Mama Tried,’ ‘Me & Bobby McGee’), and some originals that would be important parts of the Dead’s live repertoire for the next 24 years (‘Bertha,’ ‘Playing In The Band,’ ‘Wharf Rat’). Of course, the Dead were never defined by one specific ‘sound’ and amongst the aforementioned genres and styles the band brought to this album, they also delved deeply into their psychedelic, primal playbook with an entire side dedicated to their 1968 masterpiece ‘The Other One.’ This is one of the most deeply rich and satisfying tracks preserved on an official Grateful Dead album, up there with LIVE/DEAD’s ‘Dark Star’ and EUROPE ’72’s ‘Morning Dew.’ SKULL & ROSES sounds as fresh today as the first time I heard it in 1985, and as fresh as it was upon its spectacularly well-received release in 1971.

Lemieux also hosted one of his trademark Seaside Chat in a new video also shared to the band’s YouTube where he goes a little more in-depth about the upcoming reissue. Watch the video below.

David Lemieux Seaside Chat: Skull & Roses Expanded Edition

[Video: Grateful Dead]

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