Check out Roger McGuinn’s “jangling” guitar work – a style and tone that defined the “California sound” of the mid-’60s.

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by Peter Wendel

Get a behind-the-scenes look at the band just five weeks after returning from their much-needed touring hiatus.

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by Peter Wendel

The show on October 10, 1982, at the Frost Amphitheatre in Palo Alto delivered a slew of top-10 song performances.

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by Peter Wendel

This version rests firmly in the top-3 of the ’80s – rivaling other Great Ones like Anchorage ’80 and Lake Placid ’83.

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by Peter Wendel

Dickey cooks but Warren burns the place down. His solo will stun you.

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by Peter Wendel

Performances could take 40 minutes to unwind with expansive jamming that floats in the same rarified cryptical space as “Dark Star.”

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by Peter Wendel

The song brings out the best in Jerry, but the real star of the band’s best performances is boogie-brazen keyboardist, Keith Godchaux.

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by Peter Wendel

Listen to classic Grateful Dead songs covered by some of the hottest bands on the summer-festival circuit.

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by Peter Wendel