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Grateful Dead*Aoxomoxoa

Label:Warner Bros. - Seven Arts Records – WS 1790
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Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo, Pitman Pressing
Country:US
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Genre:Rock
Style:Psychedelic Rock, Acid Rock, Experimental

Tracklist

A1St. Stephen
A2Dupree's Diamond Blues
A3Rosemary
A4Doin' That Rag
A5Mountains Of The Moon
B1China Cat Sunflower
B2What's Become Of The Baby
B3Cosmic Charlie
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Made In U.S.A. - Warner Bros.-Seven Arts Records, Inc., A Subsidiary And Licensee Of Warner Bros.-Seven Arts Records, Inc.

Verifiably the original 1969 mix, and not the 1971 remix.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Pressing Plant ID (Runouts): P
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label): S39493
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label): S39494
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, variant 1): P o 39493 WS 1790 A RE-1 -1C C3
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, variant 1): P o 39494 WS 1790 B RE-1 -1H A3
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, variant 2): P o 39493 WS 1790 A RE-1 -1C C3
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, variant 2): P o 39494 WS 1790 B 1C B3

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Aoxomoxoa (LP, Album)Warner Bros. - Seven Arts RecordsWS 1790Germany1969
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Aoxomoxoa (LP, Album, Stereo)Warner Bros. RecordsWS 1790UK1969
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Aoxomoxoa (LP, Stereo, Album)Warner Bros. RecordsWLS 1790Italy1969
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Aoxomoxoa (LP, Album)Warner Bros. RecordsWBC 1089South Africa1969
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Aoxomoxoa (LP, Stereo, Album)Warner Bros. RecordsWS 1790Canada1969

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  • firemanjohn's avatar
    firemanjohn
    I’m kind of surprised the 1969 mix doesn’t command a much higher price? Unbeknownst to me I had the original mix, I went to a party in 1987 and someone played their copy which was the 1971 remix I was confused and said “my copy is different” my friends said “no john you’re just stoned” but I kept insisting and they condescendingly said “yeah John they mixed you a special version” and shook their heads. I didn’t know about the two versions until the internet became useful early 00’s? But I was RIGHT! and unlike many remixes where the differences are minimal there is a huge difference, enough that I noticed it at a party. I’m partial to the 1969 mix because I heard that version first, but if you’re a fan of this record it’s worth getting both.
    • Amppcguru's avatar
      Amppcguru
      I Found This Original Mix Version stuffed Inside a A Blues For Allah Cover at a Used Record Shop & New Immediately it was the Original Mix & Bought it. I Much Prefer this to the Warner Bros Remix. So Glad they Re-Released it on a Clean Digital Format as This scratchy & Poppy Vinyl is Hard to Listen To.
      • comsat38's avatar
        comsat38
        This list of various pressings has become a mess owing to existence of two versions: 1969 original and 1971 remix. Maybe Discogs staff could edit so "(1969)" appears after title for original mix and "(1971 remix)" after title for the later remixed version. I realise that this would be a slow/complicated procedure but it qould be worth it.
        • Chuck_Schick's avatar
          Chuck_Schick
          Good pressing, but I am very partial to the 1969 original mix.
          • progfan97402's avatar
            progfan97402
            This is the original mix. Late in 1971 the album was remixed, and you'll notice the difference when you hear both versions. Some songs, like "Doin' That Rag" has been arranged different. The original "Mountains of the Moon" features some female chorus, which I really didn't care for, and the remixed version was luckily removed. "What's Became of the Baby", the one people like least, is understandable when you hear the remixed version. It's basically an electronically modified voice of Jerry Garcia. The original features that same voice, but tons of electronic effects. The original really gives it a disturbing and ominous feel to it, "disturbing" and "ominous" are not usually something I associate The Dead with, but this one does. Really, you need both versions, as some of the originals I felt are better than the remixed, and some of the remixed stuff I thought was better than the originals. Most importantly, "What's Become of the Baby".

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