Hear an unreleased version of the Grateful Dead’s “Dancing In The Street” from 1977

From Cornell University’s Barton Hall

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On May 8, 1977, the Grateful Dead performed at Cornell University’s Barton Hall.

The bootleg recording of this show was considered so significant that it was added to the Library of Congress’ National Recording Registry in 2011.

To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the show, Rhino will release the Barton Hall concert separately in multiple formats on May 5. Cornell 5/8/77 will be available as a three-CD set, a limited edition five-LP set (limited to 7,700 copies), as well as digital download and streaming.


Below, you can hear a previously unreleased version of “Dancing In The Street” from the show: the track is available as an instant gratification from March 31 with pre-orders of the album.

You can pre-order by clicking here.

Track Listing for Cornell 5/8/77 is:

Disc One
“New Minglewood Blues”
“El Paso”
“They Love Each Other”
“Jack Straw”
“Lazy Lightning>”
“Brown-Eyed Women”
“Mama Tried”
“Row Jimmy”

Disc Two
“Dancing In The Street”
“Scarlet Begonias>”
“Fire On The Mountain”
“Estimated Prophet”


Disc Three
“St. Stephen>”
“Not Fade Away>”
“St. Stephen>”
“Morning Dew”
“One More Saturday Night”

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