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Aoxomoxoa [Extra tracks, Original recording remastered]

Grateful Dead Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (10 Mar 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Extra tracks, Original recording remastered
  • Label: Warner Bros. / Rhino
  • ASIN: B00007LTII
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 67,987 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. St. Stephen
2. Dupree's Diamond Blues
3. Rosemary
4. Doin' That Rag
5. Mountains Of The Moon
6. China Cat Sunflower
7. What's Become Of The Baby
8. Cosmic Charlie
9. Clementine Jam
10. Nobody's Spoonful Jam
11. The Eleventh Jam
12. Cosmic Charlie

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Studio Dead 15 Aug 2007
By Lozarithm TOP 500 REVIEWER TOP 1000 REVIEWER VINE VOICE
Format:Audio CD
Aoxomoxoa was the band's third album, the eagerly awaited follow-up to Anthem Of The Sun, originally released in June 1969, but remixed and re-released in July 1971, and it is this remix that has been used for subsequent CD re-issues.

Whereas Anthem synthesized the bands live and studio halves into a glorious whole, Aoxomoxoa is a purely studio affair, more song based, and although some lengthier pieces were considered and rehearsed in the studio for the album, they were not used as they were considered more suitable for a live setting. The Eleven, for example, was instead recorded live for their fourth album, the legendary Live Dead, which was being recorded at live concerts during the same period. To quote Jerry Garcia from a Deadheads' newsletter, "If you take Live Dead and Aoxomoxoa together, you have a picture of what we were doing then. We were playing Live Dead and we were recording Aoxomoxoa." The studio and live sides of the band had been awarded their own platforms.

Earlier recordings for the album were also junked when the studio acquired an early 16-track Ampex. This was instantly taken up by the band with enthusiasm and is responsible for the album's remarkable clarity, though one of the reason for Jerry Garcia's 1971 remix was that he found the original results muddy and cluttered. He also removed some multi-tracks, harmonies, phase-shifting and stereo effects, which means that whatever our personal preferences we are listening to this album though Garcia's 1971 revisionist ears, not to the band's original 1969 statement. Whilst I wouldn't deny anyone the right to hear the remix, I would also like to hear the record as it sounded in 1969.

The songwriting axes had also changed since the previous album, to which all band members had contributed.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Cosmic Charlies 11 Oct 2001
Format:Audio CD
The 4th album from the Grateful Dead has one of the most memorable sleeves of the era, several songs (St Stephen, China Cat Sunflower) which later became live staples, some of Robert Hunter's finest lyrics, wonderful harmonising, a frightening 8 minute halluncinogenic mantra, the awsome Mountains of the Moon, and a slightly country tinged feel in places (especially Dupree's Diamond Blues) which later made its full presence felt on Workingman's Dead and American Beauty. But best of all it has one of the finest closing tunes to an album ever, Cosmic Charlie, which is practically the Dead in a five minute nutshell. Mindblowing stuff!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Studio Dead Plus 15 Aug 2007
By Lozarithm TOP 500 REVIEWER TOP 1000 REVIEWER VINE VOICE
Format:Audio CD
Aoxomoxoa was the band's third album, the eagerly awaited follow-up to Anthem Of The Sun, originally released in June 1969, but remixed and re-released in July 1971, and it is this remix that has been used for subsequent CD re-issues.

Whereas Anthem synthesized the bands live and studio halves into a glorious whole, Aoxomoxoa is a purely studio affair, more song based, and although some lengthier pieces were considered and rehearsed in the studio for the album, they were not used as they were considered more suitable for a live setting. The Eleven, for example, was instead recorded live for their fourth album, the legendary Live Dead, which was being recorded at live concerts during the same period. To quote Jerry Garcia from a Deadheads' newsletter, "If you take Live Dead and Aoxomoxoa together, you have a picture of what we were doing then. We were playing Live Dead and we were recording Aoxomoxoa." The studio and live sides of the band had been awarded their own platforms.

Earlier recordings for the album were also junked when the studio acquired an early 16-track Ampex. This was instantly taken up by the band with enthusiasm and is responsible for the album's remarkable clarity, though one of the reason for Jerry Garcia's 1971 remix was that he found the original results muddy and cluttered. He also removed some multi-tracks, harmonies, phase-shifting and stereo effects, which means that whatever our personal preferences we are listening to this album though Garcia's 1971 revisionist ears, not to the band's original 1969 statement.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars great but flawed 26 Mar 2014
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This is a mostly great album but the flow is spoiled a bit by the eight minute long dirge which is" whats become of the baby" ,which i feel you would need to be in a particular state of mind to enjoy .It was made a long time ago but even then the band must have had some interesting material which would have made the album as a whole much more satisfying (as it is , i have to hit the skip button when i get to that track , which takes up a large portion of this short album .) apart from that though the rest of it is really nice and is more energetic than most of their later material ,including st .stephen and china cat sunflower , two classic dead tunes , which together with cosmic charlie make this well worth hearing .
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4.0 out of 5 stars Early Dead-but still very good..... 12 Feb 2014
By G. Duff
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This is early Dead but still an essential stepping stone to the more polished material of their later masterworks like American Beauty and Workingmans Dead. Not recommended as an introduction to this great band but still a very fine collection of songs
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