Grateful Dead Aoxomoxoa

Aoxomoxoa

Grateful Dead

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Released on July 30, 2013 by Rhino - Warner Bros.

Main artist: Grateful Dead

Genre: Pop/Rock > Rock

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Album : 1 disk - 8 tracks Total length : 00:36:15

  1. 1 St. Stephen

    Robert Hunter, Writer - Phil Lesh, Bass Guitar, Writer - Grateful Dead, Producer, Arranger, MainArtist - Mickey Hart, Percussion - Bob Weir, Guitar - Jerry Garcia, Guitar, Vocals, Writer - Bill Kreutzmann, Percussion - Ron McKernan, Drums - Tom Constanten, Keyboards Copyright : 1969 Warner Bros Records. 1969 Warner Brothers Records

  2. 2 Dupree's Diamond Blues

    Robert Hunter, Writer - Phil Lesh, Bass Guitar - Grateful Dead, Producer, Arranger, MainArtist - Mickey Hart, Percussion - Bob Weir, Guitar - Jerry Garcia, Guitar, Vocals, Writer - Garcia, Writer - HUNTER, Writer - Bill Kreutzmann, Percussion - Ron McKernan, Drums - Tom Constanten, Keyboards Copyright : 1969 Warner Bros Records. 1969 Warner Brothers Records

  3. 3 Rosemary

    Robert Hunter, Writer - Phil Lesh, Bass Guitar - Grateful Dead, Producer, Arranger, MainArtist - Mickey Hart, Percussion - Bob Weir, Guitar - Jerry Garcia, Guitar, Vocals, Writer - Bill Kreutzmann, Percussion - Ron McKernan, Drums - Tom Constanten, Keyboards Copyright : 1969 Warner Bros Records. 1969 Warner Brothers Records

  4. 4 Doin' That Rag

    Robert Hunter, Writer - Phil Lesh, Bass Guitar - Grateful Dead, Producer, Arranger, MainArtist - Mickey Hart, Percussion - Bob Weir, Guitar - Jerry Garcia, Guitar, Vocals, Writer - HUNTER, Writer - Bill Kreutzmann, Percussion - Ron McKernan, Drums - Tom Constanten, Keyboards Copyright : 1969 Warner Bros Records. 1969 Warner Brothers Records

  5. 5 Mountains Of The Moon

    Robert Hunter, Writer - Phil Lesh, Bass Guitar - Grateful Dead, Producer, Arranger, MainArtist - Mickey Hart, Percussion - Bob Weir, Guitar - Jerry Garcia, Guitar, Vocals, Writer - Garcia, Writer - HUNTER, Writer - Bill Kreutzmann, Percussion - Ron McKernan, Drums - Tom Constanten, Keyboards Copyright : 1969 Warner Bros Records. 1969 Warner Brothers Records

  6. 6 China Cat Sunflower

    Robert Hunter, Writer - Phil Lesh, Bass Guitar - Grateful Dead, Producer, Arranger, MainArtist - Mickey Hart, Percussion - Bob Weir, Guitar - Jerry Garcia, Guitar, Vocals, Writer - Garcia, Composer - HUNTER, Composer - Bill Kreutzmann, Percussion - Ron McKernan, Drums - Tom Constanten, Keyboards Copyright : 1969 Warner Bros Records. 1969 Warner Brothers Records

  7. 7 What's Become Of The Baby

    Robert Hunter, Writer - Phil Lesh, Bass Guitar - Grateful Dead, Producer, Arranger, MainArtist - Mickey Hart, Percussion - Bob Weir, Guitar - Jerry Garcia, Guitar, Vocals, Writer - Bill Kreutzmann, Percussion - Ron McKernan, Drums - Tom Constanten, Keyboards Copyright : 1969 Warner Bros Records. 1969 Warner Brothers Records

  8. 8 Cosmic Charlie

    Robert Hunter, Writer - Phil Lesh, Bass Guitar - Grateful Dead, Producer, Arranger, MainArtist - Mickey Hart, Percussion - Bob Weir, Guitar - Jerry Garcia, Guitar, Vocals, Writer - Garcia, Writer - HUNTER, Writer - Bill Kreutzmann, Percussion - Ron McKernan, Drums - Tom Constanten, Keyboards Copyright : 1969 Warner Bros Records. 1969 Warner Brothers Records

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