50th Anniversary Collector's Edition
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.
Rolling Stone, upon reviewing the album, mentioned that "no other music sustains a lifestyle so delicate and loving and lifelike". The album was certified gold by the RIAA on May 13, 1997. In 1991 Rolling Stone selected Aoxomoxoa as having the eighth best album cover of all time. It was voted number 674 in the third edition of Colin Larkin's All Time Top 1000 Albums (2000).
|"St. Stephen" (Garcia, Phil Lesh, Hunter)||4:26|
|A2.||"Dupree's Diamond Blues"||3:32|
|A4.||"Doin' That Rag"||4:41|
|A5.||"Mountains of the Moon"||4:02|
|B1.||"China Cat Sunflower"||3:40|
|B2.||"What's Become of the Baby"||8:12|