Two from the Vault is an archive release of live recordings by the Grateful Dead.
It was recorded at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles on August 23 and 24, 1968 and was eventually released in May 1992.
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Songs On Grateful Dead Two from the Vault
Good Morning Little Schoolgirl – 15:59
Dark Star – 11:20
Saint Stephen – 4:39
The Eleven – 14:27
Death Don’t Have No Mercy – 8:23
That’s It For The Other One – 15:40
New Potato Caboose – 14:15
Turn On Your Lovelight – 17:12
[Walk Me Out In The] Morning Dew – 7:13
The recording of this show was recovered through modern technology despite the original poor recording. The sound quality is now fine.
This is a great example of the Dead as a psychedelic jam band. I know it’s confusing to look at buying their albums but this is getting plenty of support in the readers’ poll below.
Buying Two from the Vault
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Is this a great live album?
Is it the best live album by the Grateful Dead? Which do you recommend?
Thanks for voting. The Grateful Dead are probably the hardest band for novices to approach because of the overwhelming quantity of live recordings. The poll helps to narrow the focus.
The Best Live Albums Of All Time
While the Grateful Dead are hard to fit into a one music genre or another, they have live albums in the psychedelic / San Francisco poll, in the jam band poll and the country rock poll. While the dedicated poll is the best guide for fans, a high ranking in a genre poll will help attract more fans to the Dead’s music so please vote.
You can see the complete list of readers polls at Live Album Polls.