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GRATEFUL DEAD ANTHEM OF THE SUN  1975 MIX WHITE COVER

GRATEFUL DEAD ANTHEM OF THE SUN 1975 MIX WHITE COVER

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In 1968 The Grateful Dead released "Anthem Of The Sun" (Warner Bros. Records ‎– WS 1749) It was the Deads third album and an experimental studio live hybrid (high bread) and certainly one of the best created on good old LSD.  In 1972 Phil Lesh supervised a remix particularly different from the original in terms of segues, use of live recordings, and stereo imaging. For example, the original mix starts with vocals and organ panned wide, while the remix has them centered; Bob Weir's studio vocal on the first track is doubled with a live recording on the original mix and solo on the remix. "Born Cross-Eyed" ends with a power chord in the key of E on the remix, whereas the original mix has an earlier fade-out. In 1975 Warner released it with an alternate(White background and un-stylized font) and after that it returned to the old cover. The Vinyl & Cover are in really nice (VG+) condition. The Songs: That's It For The Other One, Cryptical Envelopement, Quadlibet For Tenderfeet, The Faster We Go The Rounder We Get, We Leave The Castle, New Potatoe Caboose, Born Cross-Eyed, Alligator &  Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks)

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