Synopsis by Mark Deming
The Grateful Dead were in the midst of one of the best-received tours of the latter stage of their career when they rolled into Rich Stadium in Buffalo, NY, for a concert on July 4, 1989. A four-camera video crew was on hand for the occasion, and Grateful Dead: Truckin' Up to Buffalo finally makes this show available to fans. Transferred from the original one-inch video master and remixed from multi-track tapes, Grateful Dead: Truckin' Up to Buffalo features nearly three hours of music from the original jam band; selections include "Bertha," "U.S. Blues," "Touch of Grey," "Ship of Fools," "Terrapin Station," and many more.
band [music group], concert-tours, country-rock, folk-rock, greatest-hits, rock-music