Now Streaming Free: The Best of The Grateful Dead’s “Fare Thee Well” Concerts in Chicago

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A quick note: Thanks to NPR’s First Lis­ten site, you can now stream for free (but only for a lim­it­ed time) The Best Of Fare Thee Well: Cel­e­brat­ing 50 Years Of The Grate­ful Dead. This new dou­ble record, fea­tur­ing 16 tracks record­ed dur­ing the Dead­’s farewell shows in Chica­go this sum­mer, will be offi­cial­ly released on Novem­ber 20th. But you can get a sneak peek right here, right now by click­ing the play but­ton on the audio play­er below.

Tracks includes “Box Of Rain,” “Shake­down Street,” “Truckin’,” “Scar­let Bego­nias,” “Fire On The Moun­tain,” “Not Fade Away,” “Touch of Grey” and oth­er fan favorites.

As with all Dead shows, you can also find raw record­ings of the entire three Chica­go con­certs on the web. Just revis­it our July 7th post to stream those too.

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