Steal Your Face is a live double album by the Grateful Dead, released in June 1976. The album was recorded October 17–20, 1974, at San Francisco 's Winterland Ballroom , during a "farewell run" that preceded a then-indefinite hiatus.
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"Steal Your Face!" is the strangest official live Grateful Dead album. I bought it soon after its release in 1976, and even though I was only a teenager and had only "Europe '72" for comparison, its oddities confused me.
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Steal Your Face is compiled from the same four-night stand (October 16 through October 20, 1974) at Winterland Arena that the Dead filmed for the Grateful Dead Movie (1976). Because the band had announced their decision to cease their incessant touring and essentially go on sabbatical, these concerts were being touted at the time as the "final ...
A few days later I was talking to Bob and suggested that perhaps the words "Grateful dead" could be placed under the circle, using a style of lettering that would appear to be a skull if you saw it from a distance (I guess I was influenced by too many posters of the time).