Highly-acclaimed, yet enigmatic, 1970's 'Cold Fact' and '71's 'Coming From Reality' have been now been remastered for vinyl reissue.
The recordings were captured during the fabled NYC outfit's multiple-night residency at the San Francisco nightspot late in 1969.
Produced by Def Leppard's Phil Collen, 'Shock' was released via UMe on 8 March and has been widely acclaimed.
EODM touched down at the festival in support of their recent covers album, released by UMe on 7 June.
A high watermark in the band's career, the album debuted at No.1 on the Billboard 200 in 2004 with 360,000 copies sold in its first week.
On its initial release, the album was nominated for 2001’s Grammy Award for Best Compilation Soundtrack Album for a Motion Picture.
The topped the Billboard 200 Albums chart a year after its initial release and eventually went platinum eight times over.
The 10-track album includes the legendary skate-punks' signature hits, ‘What I Got’ ‘Wrong Way’, ‘Santeria’ and ‘Doin’ Time’.
The 29 song-show comprising almost two and a half hours, encompasses the band’s rich musical legacy.
'For Real' also features on the career-spanning retrospective, 'The Best Of Everything', out now on Geffen/UMe.
On both sets of dates, McKagan will be backed by producer/multi-instrumentalist Shooter Jennings and his band.
The album debuted at No. 5 on the Billboard 200 on its original release and is Gold-certified by the RIAA.
Released through UMe on 31 May, the new album was produced by the Grammy-winning Shooter Jennings.
Produced by Def Leppard's Phil Collen, 'Shock' was released through UMe on 8 March.
The band's new album is due for issue globally on 8 March and Tesla are touring extensively in support of the release.