The latest addition to the ongoing “All The Years Live” video series from the Grateful Dead is available now on the band’s YouTube channel. The new archival release features a performance of “Samson and Delilah” from the Dead’s New Year’s Eve performance at The Winterland in San Francisco, CA on December 31st, 1978.The video of “Samson and Delilah” now joins previously-shared videos from the last-ever show at The Winterland as part of “All The Years Live” including “St. Stephen”, “Sugar Magnolia” > “Scarlet Begonias” > “Fire On The Mountain”, and “Not Fade Away”.Related: Grateful Dead Land 100th Album On U.S. Billboard ChartAs Grateful Dead archivist David Lemieux notes in the video’s description, “Tear that old building down they did! From the Closing Of Winterland, the Dead certainly gave their home venue a wonderful, appropriate goodbye, with an all-night show featuring some of their greatest, most-loved songs. The building stood for another seven years before it was finally demolished in 1985.”Relive the Dead’s performance of “Samson and Delilah” from New Year’s Eve at the Winterland below.Grateful Dead – “Samson and Delilah” – 12/31/78[Video: Grateful Dead]The arrival of the pro-shot “They Love Each Other’” is the latest installment in the Dead’s ongoing archival video series. Previous editions of the band’s weekly “All The Years Live” series have included:“They Love Each Other” from 12/27/1983 at at the San Francisco Civic Auditorium“High Time” from July 16th, 1990 at Rich Stadium“Truckin’” from October 19th, 1974 at Winterland Ballroom“Feel Like A Stranger” from June 26th, 1993 at RFK Stadium“Cold Rain And Snow” from July 4th, 1989 at Rich Stadium“Let It Grow” from July 8th, 1990 at Three Rivers Stadium“St. Stephen” from New Year’s Eve 1978 at Winterland Ballroom“Throwing Stones” from New Year’s Eve 1987 at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum“Stagger Lee” from July 1st, 1992 at Buckeye Lake“Help On The Way > Slipknot > Franklin’s Tower” from June 14th, 1991 at JFK Stadium“Weather Report Suite from October 18th, 1984 at Winterland Ballroom“Bird Song” From at New Year’s Eve 1987 at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum“Way To Go Home” From June 13th, 1993 at Rich Stadium“Black-Throated Wind” from June 14th, 1991 at RFK Stadium“Heaven Help The Fool” from October 30th, 1980 at Radio City Music Hall“China Cat Sunflower” / “I Know You Rider” from October 17th, 1974 at the Winterland Ballroom“Let It Grow” from July 16th, 1990 at Rich Stadium“Loose Lucy” from June 17th, 1991 at Giants Stadium“Big Boss Man” from June 16th, 1990 at Shoreline Amphitheatre“New Speedway Boogie” from June 17th, 1991 at Giants Stadium“Terrapin Station” from July 26th, 1987 at Anaheim Stadium“Not Fade Away” from New Year’s Eve 1978 at the Winterland Ballroom“Cassidy” from June 17th, 1991 at Giants Stadium“Stagger Lee” from July 4th, 1991 at Rich Stadium“Lazy River Road” from June 26th, 1993 at RFK Stadium“Bird Song” from July 1st, 1992 at Buckeye Lake“Shakedown Street” from June 22nd, 1991 at Soldier Field“My Brother Esau” from July 24th, 1987 at Oakland, CA’s Oakland-Alameda County ColiseumBlow Away” from 7/16/90 at Rich Stadium“Touch of Grey” from 7/4/1989 at Rich Stadium“China Cat Sunflower” > “I Know You Rider” from 7/6/1990 at Cardinal Stadium“Estimated Prophet” from 7/8/1990 at Three Rivers Stadium“Reuben & Cherise” from 6/6/90 at Buckeye Lake“Morning Dew” from 10/18/74 at the Winterland Ballroom“Sugar Magnolia”/”Scarlet Begonias”/”Fire On The Mountain” from 12/31/78 at the Winterland Ballroom,“Wang Dang Doodle” from June 14th, 1991 at RFK StadiumView Previous Releases
Beech: “Here at the Kenai Chamber, we are going to have John Parker with Integrated Robotics Imaging Systems and he is going to do a presentation on the unmanned aerial vehicle for their commercial uses. Exciting little thing, I got to see a preview of his presentation, super cool, and he’s going to bring one of them in.” Beech said the vehicle, known more commonly as a drone, will be on display today… FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Kenai Chamber of Commerce will get a closer look at some cutting edge technology today, according to Executive Director Johna Beech… Beech: “He’s promised me he’s not going to fly it in the center, because I got a little concerned, cause we have historical artifacts. He said he won’t fly it, but he will have it on display, and he said he needs an 8×8 space.” Today’s lunch started at noon.