Long Strange Trip, the forthcoming documentary on the Grateful Dead will get a brief theatrical release in the USA in May before being made available exclusively to Amazon Prime Video in June. While that sounds really interesting, there’s going to be a soundtrack which will mix studio and live recordings, with several unreleased performances.
The soundtrack is being issued as a two-CD set, but there’s an amazon exclusive expanded three-CD edition will be of interest to most fans. You can order that here – out on the 26th May 2017.
There will also be a double LP vinyl plus a mammoth six-LP vinyl collection limited to just 2,500 copies… keep your eyes peeled for stocks here at eil.com!
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