Grateful Dead*Wembley Empire Pool, London, England 4/7/72

Label:Grateful Dead Productions – 603497841769, Rhino Records (2) – R1 529116
5 x Vinyl, LP, 180g
Box Set, Album, Record Store Day, Limited Edition, Reissue
Genre:Rock, Folk, World, & Country
Style:Folk Rock, Rock & Roll, Psychedelic Rock, Country Rock


A1Greatest Story Ever Told5:24
A3Chinatown Shuffle3:02
A4Me And My Uncle3:38
B1China Cat Sunflower5:34
B2I Know You Rider5:14
B3Big Boss Man4:38
C1Black-Throated Wind5:50
C3Mr. Charlie4:24
D1Beat It On Down The Line4:30
D2Tennessee Jed7:13
D3Playing In The Band9:49
F1The Other One19:47
G1El Paso4:51
G2The Other One8:34
H1Wharf Rat11:00
H2Ramble On Rose6:07
I1Sugar Magnolia7:50
J1Not Fade Away4:31
J2Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad6:08
J3Not Fade Away3:40
J4One More Saturday Night4:38

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Record Store Day Black Friday 2022 release.
Available for the first time on vinyl.
Limited edition of 10,000 copies.

"Big Boss Man" cuts out, as on the original master recording. Additionally, "Casey Jones" was performed but not recorded.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 6 03497 84176 9
  • Barcode (Scanned): 603497841769
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1, Side 1 Etched): R1-529116-A 0603497841769 BM63625-01 A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1, Side 2 Etched): R1-529116-B 0603497841769 BM63625-01 B1
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2, Side 3 Etched): R1-529116-C 0603497841769 BM63626-01 C1
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2, Side 4 Etched): R1-529116-D 0603497841769 BM63626-01 D1
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 3, Side 5 Etched): R1-529116-E 0603497841769 BM63627-01 E1
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 3, Side 6 Etched): R1-529116-F 0603497841769 BM63627-01 F1
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 4, Side 7 Etched): R1-529116-G 0603497841769 BM63628-01 G1
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 4, Side 8 Etched): R1-529116-H 0603497841769 BM63628-01 H1
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 5, Side 9 Etched): R1-529116-I 0603497841769 BM63629-01 I1
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 5, Side 10 Etched): R1-529116-J 0603497841769 BM63629-01 J1

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  • MFJazzyCat's avatar
    How lucky we are to have this music. This version of China / Rider may well be the most definitive and certainly beats the pants off the E72 rendition. Get it while you can.
    • Flabbergasted_Vibes's avatar
      When it comes to the Dead, we all have an "embarrassment of riches." And while critique is always healthy, it sometimes bugs me to see people complaining. Yeah this is obviously not the "best" show of the tour, but there is an energy and excitement here that crackles throughout and is still contagious after 50 years. They're about to invade Europe, folks! And for all those people complaining about the card stock sleeves that can scratch your records, PRO TIP: you can sleeve these in a nice MoFi or MoFi-style inner with a rice paper backing, and they slip nicely into the lovely, printed card stock ones. They may poke out a little bit, but they fit perfectly in the box. Try it, I've been doing it since I started collecting these, out of the same concerns as you. It's an easy fix!
      • lotr121's avatar
        Another outstanding Europe 72 vinyl release. All around excellent mastering, pressing, and recording quality! Great to have the one that started off the tour
        • JoshuaSeanHaynie's avatar
          Hope they continue this release series until we have all of the Europe 72’ shows. With the 3 RSD releases and the Lyceum box we’re already about a third of the way there. But for the life of me I don’t understand why they can’t use polylined sleeves. Luckily I didn’t notice any scuffing like there was on the first RSD release. But it’s still always more of a risk when they just use the paper.
          • HollerWanderer's avatar
            Just beautiful packaging (besides the paper inners) and sound, just like the other two E72 releases. Dead silent (see what I did there) and wraps you in that familiar cozy sound that all those shows have. Really glad I have all three of the releases, even if this isn't one of the better shows from the tour.

            The only bummer is the insert was somehow packaged wrong and got bent in the box.
            • HollerWanderer's avatar
              Is this one not a Bellman cut like the other two? I don't see his initials in the runout
              • snackeyp's avatar
                This is not the best show from the tour but it’s still worth owning because it’s Europe 72, duh.
                I still hope they release the Bickershaw show because that’s one of their best performances ever
                • tommah's avatar
                  Inner sleeves continue to suck balls, otha then they look roight rippah. Chip, chip. Overall 5 stars, ehhh ya know what I'm sayin'
                  • Bubick's avatar
                    Edited one year ago
                    Same old printed paper inner sleeves. They really have to put these in poly lined ones, for this kinda price. Had to bring back my first set — major white raised pressing defect on side A.
                    • MusicBoxxRecords's avatar
                      Got done spinning the entire show -- what else needs to be said? Another solid quality Dead RSD release: good QC, dynamic pressing, flat wax. One LP of mine had a little bit of dust/dirt on it but played just fine after a cleaning... not uncommon in this day and age. One thing to note, this one came with printed inners this time!


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