The Dead to release Rare Cuts & Oddities 1966 for Record Store Day

Dead.net is taking it all the way back to 1966 for Record Store Day. Limited to 6,600 2-LP 180-gram vinyl copies and featuring new cover art, Rare Cuts & Oddities 1966 features a variety of early live and studio tracks produced by Owsley Stanley. The collection includes the first known recordings of future Dead staples like "Not Fade Away," "Big Railroad Blues," and "Good Lovin'." Originally released on a limited basis in 2005, but long out of print, you can grab it on vinyl or on CD from your local Mom & Pop shop on April 20th. Find a record store here.

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