After much anticipation, the Grateful Dead finally released their 12-CD box set, July 1978: The Complete Recordings. Focusing on five shows held between July 1-8 of 1978, the complete set is packed with hours of prime Grateful Dead goodness.In addition to the full box set, the Dead have shared a separate release of their performance at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO from July 8th, 1978. This was the second night of a two-night stand, and the band’s second show at Red Rocks ever. The Dead would go on to play the iconic venue for a total of 20 times, setting a long-held sold-out show record that was recently broken by Widespread Panic.Fortunately, the entirety of the July 8th show is also on Spotify, which means we can happily share and listen to the pristine audio from this show. From the opener “Bertha” to the finale, a cover of Warren Zevon’s “Werewolves of London,” which was released that year, this is some of the best Grateful Dead music around. Enjoy! You can also watch Twist & Shout Records owner Paul Epstein talk about the shows, which he attended, below:Thanks for the music, Grateful Dead!
Read Also: Chelsea face uncertainty over Abraham injury“Nothing, it was always clear it would be difficult – it was always clear it was difficult. We did very well, but tonight not good enough in decisive moments and that’s what we have to accept.”Liverpool remain in pole position to lift the 2019/20 Premier League trophy, but will need to turn their tie against Atletico next week Wednesday around if they are to progress to the quarter-final stage of the Champions League.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… After the match, Klopp suggested that his team has not been as defensively astute in recent games as they have been for much of the season, and admitted they were just not good enough against Chelsea.“Look, it went our way for so long because we defended outstandingly,” he told LiverpoolFC.com.“Usually you don’t get a lot of chances against us and stuff like this, but now we have to admit that in the last three games – (maybe) four – we have conceded absolutely too many goals, that’s true.“From completely different situations, so it is not one problem, but we see it as well. I am not worried about the momentum – momentum is not something you get as a present, you have to get it to keep it.“We have always a chance to get it back. No, I am not concerned about the momentum, but it is football and we never thought it would be an easy season, it would be an easy period, it would be an easy game tonight. After Chelsea handed Liverpool their third defeat in four matches when they knocked them out of the FA Cup with a 2-0 win at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday night, manager Jurgen Klopp commented on his side’s concerning dip in form.Advertisement Promoted ContentThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreThe Highest Paid Football Players In The World10 Hyper-Realistic 3D Street Art By Odeith11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table TopBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made12 Countries With Higest Technology In The World7 Facts About Black Holes That Will Blow Your MindBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them8 Things You Didn’t Know About CoffeeWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?7 Non-Obvious Things That Damage Your PhoneWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World? Prior to their loss to Atletico Madrid in the first leg of their UEFA Champions League round of 16 tie last month, Klopp’s team had been on an incredible run across all competitions, especially in the Premier League.However, Liverpool have now lost three of their past four matches, scoring just three times and conceding eight goals in what has been a worrying spell for the European champions.On Tuesday, Frank Lampard’s Blues kicked the Reds out of England’s oldest cup competition courtesy of strikes from Willian and Ross Barkley, ending their treble hopes in the process.
Alexandre Lacazette is at Arsenal’s training ground to finalise his move to the club.Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas announced on Monday that they had accepted an offer from the Premier League side for their star striker.Lacazette has now agreed personal terms with the Gunners and is currently undergoing a medical at their London Colney HQ.The fee for the 26-year-old is understood to be ‘at least £45million’ – surpassing the £42.4m paid to Real Madrid for Mesut Ozil in 2013.Lacazette has been in prolific form for the French club over the past three years and fired 37 goals in all competitions last season.He had looked set to sign for Atletico Madrid this summer before a transfer ban imposed on the Spanish club scuppered a deal.The France international is now heading to Arsenal after Arsene Wenger made his move, and his signing could be confirmed as soon as Tuesday evening.The imminent arrival of Lacazette provokes questions over the future of Alexis Sanchez and Olivier Giroud – with Ozil’s situation also uncertain.Sanchez, whose contract expires in June 2018, has been linked with Manchester City, Chelsea and Bayern Munich.Speaking at the Confederations Cup, the Chile forward said he knew what his future had in store, but declined to reveal what it entailed.France striker Giroud, meanwhile, has been linked with Everton, among other clubs. Alexandre Lacazette 1