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Grateful Dead 06/20/69
Aoxomoxoa original mix, San Mateo, CA
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Checksums shn-md5 , st5
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01/14/2006
01/14/2006
Source Summary This is the original mix of Aoxomoxoa, which was released commercially between June 1969 and late 1971. In September, 1971, Jerry Garcia did a major remix of the entire album, eliminating a considerable amount of the backing material and trimming the beginning and end of a few songs. The LPs, cassettes, and CDs available commercially since that time contain the remix. There appear to be no plans to commercially release this original mix, so it is being made available to the broader community.  
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Grateful Dead
9-68 to 3-69
Pacific Recording Studios - San Mateo, CA

Source: Ampex 16-track tape > LP > 24-bit, 44.1 kHz WAV > 16-bit, 44.1 kHz WAV > SHN
A>D transfer: Linn LP12/Lingo turntable, Linn Ittok tonearm, Lyra Helikon cartridge,
PS Audio PCA-2 preamplifier, M Audio Audiophile USB external, A/C powered sound card

This is the original mix of Aoxomoxoa, which was released commercially between June 1969 and late 1971.
In September, 1971, Jerry Garcia did a major remix of the entire album, eliminating a considerable amount
of the backing material and trimming the beginning and end of a few songs. The LPs, cassettes, and CDs
available commercially since that time contain the remix. There appear to be no plans to commercially release
this original mix, so it is being made available to the broader community.

To sustain the ethical integrity of this process, please do not download these files unless you are already in
possession of a commercial release of Aoxomoxoa and would like to compare it with the original mix.

The LP copy from which this was derived is in VG condition, and the analog equipment used to extract the
sound from the grooves is near state of the art. There is some minor surface noise audible in the quietest passages,
but not obtrusive even then, and almost no tracking distortion.

Disc 1: (38:02)

1. St Stephen (4:26)
2. Dupree's Diamond Blues (3:40)
3. Rosemary (2:04)
4. Doin' That Rag (5:14)
5. Mountains of the Moon (4:11)
6. China Cat Sunflower (4:16)
7. What's Become of the Baby (8:27)
8. Cosmic Charlie (5:40)

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