Terrapin Station - released in 1977 - marked the Dead's first studio album in two years and their return to a major label, in this case Arista Records. The band hired an outside producer for just the second time, using Keith Olsen, a former member of the '60s garage rock band Music Machine. Highlights are abound and include the title suite that extends to cover all of Side B, as well as the disco-like reworking of the Martha & the Vandellas hit "Dancin' in the Streets," the Rev. Gary Davis cover of "Samson and Delilah" and the classic "Estimated Prophet."Tracks: Estimated Prophet Dancin' in the Streets Passenger Samson And Delilah Sunrise Terrapin Station Medley.