While they're saving up for tickets to the band's upcoming 50th anniversary reunion shows, Grateful Dead fans may also want to set aside some money for a pair of new albums drawing from the Dead's extensive archives.

On March 31, the band is scheduled to release 'The Best of the Grateful Dead,' a double-disc compilation arriving on CD as well as Apple Lossless and HD FLAC digital download formats. Collecting 32 tracks in all, 'Best' offers highlights from each of the Dead's studio albums, and promises to "cover the key waypoints on the band’s mystical musical journey."

Deadheads can also look forward to the impending arrival of 'Dave's Picks Vol. 14,' the next installment in the group's long-running series of live archival releases. Available to subscription holders (you can buy into the series here until Jan. 22), 'Vol. 14' commemorates the band's March 26, 1972, performance at the Academy of Music in New York City and represents the first soundboard recording of the show ever to enter wide circulation.

Check out complete track listings for 'The Best of the Grateful Dead' and 'Dave's Picks Vol. 14' below.

'The Best of the Grateful Dead'
'The Golden Road (To Unlimited Devotion)'
'Cream Puff War'
'Born Cross-Eyed'
'Dark Star' (Single Version)
'St. Stephen'
'China Cat Sunflower'
'Uncle John’s Band'
'Easy Wind'
'Casey Jones'
'Box of Rain'
'Sugar Magnolia'
'Friend of the Devil'
'Eyes of the World'
'Unbroken Chain'
'Scarlet Begonias'
'The Music Never Stopped'
'Estimated Prophet'
'Terrapin Station'
'Shakedown Street'
'I Need a Miracle'
'Fire on the Mountain'
'Feel Like a Stranger'
'Far From Me'
'Touch of Grey'
'Hell in a Bucket'
'Throwing Stones'
'Black Muddy River'
'Blow Away'
'Foolish Heart'
'Standing on the Moon'

'Dave's Picks Vol. 14'
'Greatest Story Ever Told'
'Cold Rain and Snow'
'Chinatown Shuffle'
'Black Throated Wind'
'You Win Again'
'Mr. Charlie'
'Jack Straw'
'Looks Like Rain'
'Big Railroad Blues'
'Big Boss Man'
'Playing in the Band'
'Truckin''/'Drums'/'The Other One'/'Me and My Uncle'/'The Other One'/'Wharf Rat'/'Not Fade Away'/'Goin' Down the Road Feeling Bad'/'Not Fade Away'

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