Album artwork for Europe '72 (Live) [50th Anniversary Edition] by Grateful Dead

In another industry defying move, the Grateful Dead followed up their first Gold Record, the 1971 live showcase Skull Roses, with another live album, one that to most fans and critics surpassed even the excellence of the previous offering.

From April 7 to May 26, 1972, the Dead performed and recorded 21 live concerts, plus a set in a television studio, with every night being an exceptional display of the magic that was uniquely the live Grateful Dead.

These concerts and this tour, 50 years later, are still considered one of the highest of high points in the Grateful Dead's performing career. In an era when a double album was rare enough, the Dead outdid even their own lofty standards by producing a 3 LP masterpiece that to this day is considered one of the finest live albums ever produced.

Grateful Dead

Europe '72 (Live) [50th Anniversary Edition]

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Album artwork for Europe '72 (Live) [50th Anniversary Edition] by Grateful Dead
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Released 07/29/2022Catalogue Number

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Album artwork for Europe '72 (Live) [50th Anniversary Edition] by Grateful Dead
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Grateful Dead

Europe '72 (Live) [50th Anniversary Edition]

Grateful Dead Production
Album artwork for Europe '72 (Live) [50th Anniversary Edition] by Grateful Dead
CDx2

$25.99

Released 07/29/2022Catalogue Number

GRDW2668.2

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Album artwork for Europe '72 (Live) [50th Anniversary Edition] by Grateful Dead
LPx3

$74.99

Black
Released 07/29/2022Catalogue Number

A 2668.

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

In another industry defying move, the Grateful Dead followed up their first Gold Record, the 1971 live showcase Skull Roses, with another live album, one that to most fans and critics surpassed even the excellence of the previous offering.

From April 7 to May 26, 1972, the Dead performed and recorded 21 live concerts, plus a set in a television studio, with every night being an exceptional display of the magic that was uniquely the live Grateful Dead.

These concerts and this tour, 50 years later, are still considered one of the highest of high points in the Grateful Dead's performing career. In an era when a double album was rare enough, the Dead outdid even their own lofty standards by producing a 3 LP masterpiece that to this day is considered one of the finest live albums ever produced.