Grateful Dead exclusive! Hear an unreleased version of “Uncle John’s Band”

It's Uncut's fourth exclusive track from the 30 Trips Around The Sun boxset

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On September 18, The Grateful Dead release 30 Trips Around The Suna mammoth, 80-disc box set containing previously unreleased live performances from the Dead’s archive.

On the same date, the band will also release 30 Trips Around The Sun: The Definitive Live Story 1965-1995, a more modest four-disc set including 30 unreleased performances – one from each concert in the boxed set.

You can pre-order 30 Trips Around The Sun: The Definitive Live Story 1965-1995 by clicking here

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To coincide with this momentous Dead news, we’re delighted to be able to share a number of tracks from the set upfront.

Click here to listen to an unreleased version of “Viola Lee Blues”

Click here to listen to an unreleased version of “Shakedown Street”

Click here to listen to an unreleased version of “Scarlet Begonias”

For our latest exclusive, we’re delighted to present a version of “Uncle John’s Band”, recorded live at Parc des Expositions, Dijon, France on September 18, 1974…

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