We’ve all heard the Cornell 5/8/77 show countless times over the years, but the one missing element has always been the visuals. What did the band, venue, crowd look like at what’s widely considered one of the best, and most widely-heard, Grateful Dead shows of all time? Larry’s photos answer that question, revealing a small-ish venue, an enthusiastic audience, and the band looking like they’re having the time of their lives, in the midst of one of their greatest tours ever. These are some of the best photos we’ve ever seen from 1977, and that they’re from Cornell makes them even more special than simply their photographic and artistic excellence. Larry came to us during production of the Get Shown the Light box set, and generously allowed us to include a few terrific photos in the box set’s booklet. His new book project, however, includes dozens of previously unseen images from Barton Hall on 5/8/77, bringing the concert to life with a magnificent visual element that was unknown until now.
— David Lemieux, Grateful Dead Archivist
Check out the book website here: https://www.gdbartonhall1977.com/ They sell individual prints at that site though they cost more than the book.
This is a real ad. The book is in Near Mint condition. I have flipped through only once. The pictures are cool. All B&W. Some a little soft (focus).
Price includes shipping within the USA. Contact me via this site or the email address above.