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Grateful Dead*Steal Your Face

Genre:Rock
Style:Country Rock
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Tracklist

The Promised Land3:15
Cold Rain & Snow5:35
Around And Around5:02
Stella Blue8:48
Mississippi Half - Step Uptown Toodeloo8:00
Ship Of Fools6:59
Beat It On Down The Line3:22
Big River4:53
Black - Throated Wind6:05
U.S. Blues5:18
El Paso4:15
Sugaree7:33
It Must Have Been The Roses5:58
Casey Jones7:02

Credits (17)

Notes

Recorded Live October 16th - 20th, 1974 at Winterland, San Francisco

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    Cover of Steal Your Face, 1976-06-26, VinylSteal Your Face
    2×LP, Album, Stereo, All Disc Pressing, Gatefold
    Grateful Dead Records – GD-LA620-J2/GD-104, Grateful Dead Records – GD-LA620-J2 GD-104US1976US1976
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    Cover of Steal Your Face, 1976, VinylSteal Your Face
    2×LP
    United Artists Records – UAS 29 984 XCTGermany1976Germany1976
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    Cover of Steal Your Face, 1976, VinylSteal Your Face
    2×LP
    Grateful Dead Records – UAD 60131/2 (GDLA 620)UK1976UK1976
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    Cover of Steal Your Face, 1976-06-26, VinylSteal Your Face
    2×LP, Promo
    Grateful Dead Records – LLS-67095-96Japan1976Japan1976
    New Submission
    Cover of Steal Your Face, 1976, VinylSteal Your Face
    2×LP
    RTV Ljubljana – LPL 1149, United Artists Records – LPL 1149Yugoslavia1976Yugoslavia1976
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    Cover of Steal Your Face, 1976, VinylSteal Your Face
    2×LP; LP, Sampler
    Grateful Dead Records – UAD 60131/2 (GDLA 620)UK1976UK1976
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    Cover of Steal Your Face, 1976-06-26, VinylSteal Your Face
    2×LP, Album, Misprint
    Grateful Dead Records – GD-LA620-J2US1976US1976
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    Cover of Steal Your Face, 1976-05-20, VinylSteal Your Face
    2×LP, Album, Test Pressing, Stereo
    United Artists Records – GD-LA620-J2/GD-104, Grateful Dead Records – GD-LA620-J2/GD-104US1976US1976
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    Cover of Steal Your Face, 1976, 8-Track CartridgeSteal Your Face
    8-Track Cartridge, Album
    Grateful Dead Records – GD-EA620-JUS1976US1976
    Cover of Steal Your Face, 1976-06-26, VinylSteal Your Face
    2×LP
    United Artists Records – GD-LA620-J2 GD-104, United Artists Records – GD-LA620-J2 GD-104Canada1976Canada1976
    New Submission
    Cover of Steal Your Face, 1976, VinylSteal Your Face
    2×LP, Album
    Grateful Dead Records – 5C 184-97967/97968, United Artists Records – 184-97967/8Netherlands1976Netherlands1976
    New Submission
    Cover of Steal Your Face, 1976, VinylSteal Your Face
    2×LP, Album
    United Artists Records – UAD 60131/32France1976France1976
    New Submission
    Cover of Steal Your Face, 1976, VinylSteal Your Face
    2×LP, Album, Gatefold
    United Artists Records – L 70065/6, United Artists Records – L-70,065, United Artists Records – L-70,066, United Artists Records – GD‒LA 620‒J2, United Artists Records – GD-LA620-J2/GD-104
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    Australia1976Australia1976
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    Cover of Steal Your Face, 1976, CassetteSteal Your Face
    Cassette, Album, Slipcase
    Grateful Dead Records – GD-CA620-J, United Artists Records – GD-CA620-JUS1976US1976
    New Submission
    Cover of Steal Your Face, 1976, VinylSteal Your Face
    2×LP, Album
    Grateful Dead Records – UAD 60131/2 (GDLA 620)UK1976UK1976
    New Submission
    Cover of Steal Your Face, 1976-06-26, VinylSteal Your Face
    2×LP, All Disc Records Pressing
    Grateful Dead Records – GD-LA620-J2/GD-104US1976US1976
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Steal Your Face, 1976-06-26, VinylSteal Your Face
    2×LP, Album, Terre Haute Pressing
    Grateful Dead Records – GD-LA620-J2, Grateful Dead Records – GD-LA620-J2/GD-104US1976US1976
    Cover of Steal Your Face, 1976, VinylSteal Your Face
    2×LP, Album
    United Artists Records – AUAL 224057Italy1976Italy1976
    New Submission
    Cover of Steal Your Face, 1976-06-26, VinylSteal Your Face
    2×LP
    Liberty – LLS-67095-96Japan1976Japan1976
    New Submission
    Cover of Steal Your Face, 1976-06-26, VinylSteal Your Face
    2×LP, Album
    Grateful Dead Records – GD-LA620-J2/GD-104US1976US1976
    New Submission
    Cover of Steal Your Face, 1976-06-26, VinylSteal Your Face
    2×LP, Album
    Grateful Dead Records – GD-LA620-J2/GD-104US1976US1976
    New Submission
    Cover of Steal Your Face, 1976-06-26, VinylSteal Your Face
    2×LP, Album
    Grateful Dead Records – GD-LA620-J2/GD-104US1976US1976
    Needs Changes
    Cover of Steal Your Face, 1976-06-26, VinylSteal Your Face
    2×LP, Album, Stereo, Santa Maria Pressing
    Grateful Dead Records – GD-LA620-J2/GD-104US1976US1976
    New Submission
    Steal Your Face
    2×LP
    Suzy – 66073Yugoslavia1977Yugoslavia1977
    New Submission
    Cover of Steal Your Face, 1977, VinylSteal Your Face
    2×LP, Album
    United Artists Records – 27521-XDSpain1977Spain1977
    New Submission
    Cover of Steal Your Face, 1979, VinylSteal Your Face
    2×LP, Album, Reissue
    United Artists Records – GD-LA 620-J2US1979US1979
    New Submission
    Cover of Steal Your Face, 1989-03-00, CDSteal Your Face
    2×CD, Album
    Grateful Dead Records – GDCD4006US1989US1989
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    Cover of Steal Your Face, 1989, CDSteal Your Face
    2×CD, Album, Limited Edition, Picture Discs
    Grateful Dead Records – GDPD2 4006UK1989UK1989
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    Cover of Steal Your Face - Volume 1 & Volume 2, 1989, CDSteal Your Face - Volume 1 & Volume 2
    2×CD, Album, Reissue
    Grateful Dead Records – GDCD 9.00654 O, Grateful Dead Records – GDCD 9.00655 O, Line (7) – GDCD 9.00654, Line (7) – GDCD 9.00655
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    Germany1989Germany1989
    Cover of Steal Your Face, 1989, VinylSteal Your Face
    2×LP, Album, Reissue, Gatefold
    Grateful Dead Records – GDV2 4006Germany1989Germany1989
    Cover of Steal Your Face, 1989, VinylSteal Your Face
    2×LP, White vinyl
    Grateful Dead Records – GDDLP 5.00032 MGermany1989Germany1989
    New Submission
    Cover of Steal Your Face, 1989-03-00, CassetteSteal Your Face
    Cassette, Album, C90, Chrome
    Grateful Dead Records – GDC40064US1989US1989
    New Submission
    Cover of Steal Your Face, 1989, VinylSteal Your Face
    2×LP, Album, Reissue, Gatefold
    Grateful Dead Records – GDV2 4006UK1989UK1989
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    Cover of Steal Your Face, 1989, VinylSteal Your Face
    2×LP, Misprint, White Vinyl
    Grateful Dead Records – GDDLP 5.00032 MGermany1989Germany1989
    New Submission
    Cover of Steal Your Face, 1989, CassetteSteal Your Face
    Cassette, Album, Double album
    Grateful Dead Records – GDTC4006Germany1989Germany1989
    New Submission
    Cover of Steal Your Face, 1991, CDSteal Your Face
    2×CD, Album, Reissue
    Grateful Dead Records – GDCD 9.21154 SGermany1991Germany1991
    New Submission
    Cover of Steal Your Face, 2004, CDSteal Your Face
    2×CD, Remastered, HDCD
    Rhino Records (2) – 8122-78948-2Europe2004Europe2004
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    Cover of Steal Your Face, 2004, CDSteal Your Face
    2×CD, HDCD, Album, Stereo
    Rhino Records (2) – R2 78948US2004US2004
    New Submission
    Cover of Steal Your Face, 2017, VinylSteal Your Face
    2×LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, Stereo, 180 Gram
    Rhino Records (2) – 603497861255, Grateful Dead Productions, Inc. – 603497861255Europe2017Europe2017
    New Submission
    Cover of Steal Your Face, 2018-10-16, VinylSteal Your Face
    2×LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered
    Rhino Records (2) – R1 78948US2018US2018
    New Submission

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    • vinyltourbus's avatar
      vinyltourbus
      It’s documented that the microphones were out of phase to offset the wall of sound speaker system that was behind the band on the stage during these recordings. Also, this was the era of quadraphonic mixing which was started but abandoned during these master tapes being used. One can Google this info. Much of it makes sense. Unfortunately it does result in vocal sibilance. But having an understanding of why…makes this great collection more than palatable. It’s a great addition to any collection. My personal opinion is this pressing is better than the OG but not sibilance-free. The music is pretty sweet though. If one can make room for the sibilance vocals, it’s very listenable.
      • spinz.vinyl's avatar
        spinz.vinyl
        Edited one year ago
        Mine sounds okay except for a ton of sibilance, particularly on Jerry's vocals. It's pretty bad. Anyone else have this issue or did I just get a bad copy? I have a 1976 US vinyl pressing.
        • brianbailey1000's avatar
          I've only listened one time, but I didn't hear any issues.
          • HollerWanderer's avatar
            No reviews on this? Is it better than the pretty awful original recording?
            • jamilmac14921763's avatar
              Fantastic fucking record!! Jerry’s guitar cuts like a knife. Nice separation and dynamics to me. Beautiful high gloss 1976 version spinning right now. I’m happy!
              • RockNobster's avatar
                RockNobster
                I own every Grateful Dead record on vinyl from 1967’s self-titled through 1991’s Built to Last, except for Steal Your Face. I saw them play Black Throated Wind at the Capital Center in 1989.
                • Scoot1974's avatar
                  Scoot1974
                  Edited 3 years ago
                  Purchased/Played new in 10/2020:
                  The vinyl itself is fairly quiet, flat, minor surface distortion noise... but the mastering or maybe the recording or pressing quality seem awful.

                  Something is off. Actually thought it might be my ears but a quick A/B with another live Dead release makes it clear - sonically, this is very lo-fi. Same result on a subsequent night of listening. It has an in/out of muffled sound, vocals occasionally come into sharp focus (Weir's mic sounds harsh at times) then back to muffled, and instruments are undefined, compressed. It's unengaging to me. Too bad. I believe these songs are from the same sets as The Grateful Dead Movie, and the tracks on the DVD are far superior in sound quality.

                  The gatefold jacket is a good sturdy printed boardstock (best part, lol), rich color front, and good photos inside panels, and nice poly-paper sleeves.
                  • recordsnradios's avatar
                    Best U.S. Blues and Ship of Fools and possibly one of the best 'Promised Land'
                    • jaredjackson136's avatar
                      My version has so much static. Even after cleaning and brushing. Is that an issue with this recording?
                      • MrAAD's avatar
                        MrAAD
                        Edited 6 years ago
                        Although heads at the time mockingly called this 'Steal Your Money', over time this is a good record and is worthy of your collection. Digitizing to even the volume of the sides, which are inconsistent, improves the overall listen. The sound quality will never be their best on this, as its a hodgepodge of board recordings done circa 1974, but the song selection is great and the playing is excellent, and Jerry's songs shine of course.

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