The Grateful Dead - Aoxomoxoa mp3 album
|Performer:||The Grateful Dead|
|Style:||Acid Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Classic Rock|
|Date of release:||1974|
|MP3 album size:||1436 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1769 mb|
|Digital formats:||AIFF MP1 ASF VOX VQF AUD WAV|
All songs written and composed by Jerry Garcia and Robert Hunter, except where noted.
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Aoxomoxoa is a 1969 album by the Grateful Dead. One of the first rock albums to be recorded using 16-track technology, fans and critics alike consider this era to be the band's experimental apex. The title is a meaningless palindrome, usually pronounced "ox-oh-mox-oh-ah". The album was certified gold by the RIAA on May 13, 1997
Aoxomoxoa (LP, Album, RE). Warner Bros. The group had already initiated recording sessions for the album when Ampex manufactured and released the first 16-track multitrack recording machine. It offered 16 discrete tracks for recording and playback (model number MM-1000). As a direct consequence, the band spent eight months, off-and-on, in the studio not only recording the album but getting used to-and experimenting with-the new technology.
Originally named The Warlocks, The Grateful Dead made their performance debut in July of 1965 and quickly went on to become the best known and most influential of San Francisco's psychedelic rock pioneers. The group initially consisted of Jerry Garcia (guitar), Bob Weir (guitar), Phil Lesh (bass), Ron "Pigpen" McKernan (keyboards), and Bill Kreutzmann (drums). In 1968 they added percussionist Mickey Hart and keyboardist Tom Constanten to the line-up.
Following, The Grateful Dead's mediocre album Anthem of the Sun. They released a highly abstract, influenced, and psychedelic, album. The name of this album would be the odd and hard to pronounce title Aoxomoxoa. During the recording and release of Aoxomoxoa, The Grateful Dead were having problems, and were going through permanent and temporary changes. Ron "Pigpen" McKernan was dealing with an alchohol addiction, which would help finish him off in 1973. He was also losing massive amounts of weight, and gaining a very ill image
Hey, have you heard that Rhino is helping the Grateful Dead celebrate their 50-year anniversary? If you haven’t, then we’re just going to presume that this is your first time on the site, because it’s not like we don’t say something about it all the time. In addition, there’s a bonus disc that includes d live music from the band’s January 24-26 shows at San Francisco’s Avalon Ballroom.
All lyrics from Aoxomoxoa album, popular Grateful Dead songs with tracklist and information about album. Album Aoxomoxoa (1969). Jerry Garcia, Phil Lesh, Robert Hunter.
The Grateful Dead - Arranger Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann - Percussion, Drums Jerry Garcia, Bob Weir - Guitars, Vocals Tom Constanten - Keyboards Joe Gastwirt - Pre-Mastering Dan Healy - Consultant Phil Lesh - Bass, Vocals Bob Matthews - Engineer, Remixing, Executive Engineer Ron "Pigpen" McKernan - Keyboards, Vocals, Organ, Conga Dave Collins - Pre-Mastering Assistant Rick Griffin - Design Betty Cantor - Engineer, Remixing.
|A2||Dupree's Diamond Blues|
|A4||Doin' That Rag|
|A5||Mountains Of The Moon|
|B1||China Cat Sunflower|
|B2||What's Become Of The Baby|
- Accompanied By [Supporting Musicians] – David Nelson, Debbie , Marma-Duke, Mouse , Peter Grant*, Wendy
- Arranged By – The Grateful Dead
- Bass, Vocals – Phil Lesh
- Crew [Kwipment Krew] – John P. Hagen, Ramrod*, Jackson*
- Design [Front Cover] – Rick Griffin
- Engineer [Consulting Engineer] – Dan Healy, Owsley*, Ron Wickershim*
- Engineer [Executive Engineer] – Bob Matthews
- Engineer [Hot Dog!] – Betty Cantor
- Guitar, Vocals – Bob Weir, Jerry Garcia
- Keyboards – Tom Constanten
- Music By [The Tunes] – Jerry Garcia, Phil Lesh
- Percussion – Bill Kreutzmann, Mickey Hart
- Performer [Pig Pen] – Ron McKernan*
- Words By – Robert Hunter
NotesDistribuzione Dischi Ricordi S.P.A.
|WS 1790||Grateful Dead*||Aoxomoxoa (LP, Album)||Warner Bros. - Seven Arts Records||WS 1790||US||1969|
|1790-2||The Grateful Dead||Aoxomoxoa (CD, Album, RE)||Warner Bros. Records||1790-2||US||Unknown|
|S 50.074||The Grateful Dead||Aoxomoxoa (LP, Album, RE)||Warner Bros. Records||S 50.074||Spain||1981|
|WS 1790||Grateful Dead*||Aoxomoxa (LP, Album)||Warner Bros. - Seven Arts Records||WS 1790||US||1969|
|WS 1790||The Grateful Dead||Aoxomoxoa (LP, Album)||Warner Bros. Records||WS 1790||UK||1969|