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The Grateful Dead - Mountains Of The Moon - Aoxomoxoa Outtakes Digital Video

Grateful Dead - Mountains Of The Moon

This is the final track (and second performance) from the Aoxomoxoa Outtake Reels, of "Mountains Of The Moon". Written by Robert Hunter, performed by The Grateful Dead. One of the rarest gems in my music archive. Recorded in 1969, this version of "Mountains Of The Moon" is a raw and unmixed masterpiece. The videos are spliced together rip-offs from other YouTube channels. I hope you enjoy it :)



24 Responses to “The Grateful Dead - Mountains Of The Moon - Aoxomoxoa Outtakes Digital Video”

  1. sugarmagnoliababy says:

    Love...wundervoll ....mehr als schön!!!

  2. YippyYieYo says:

    the planets are almost lined up...

  3. 4difference says:

    This kind of music never becomes 'Super-Popular'
    But the people who love it, will love it forever

  4. sugarmagnoliababy says:

    converts an angel on earth
    the time stands still
    and, finally we can again simply be.....

    your sugar....

  5. atanas11 says:

    acid

  6. punkadelicfuzz says:

    listen to this song on acid or salvia along with astronomy domine by pink floyd

  7. goldberrysusan says:

    magical mushrooms in the cold with Aoxomoxoa playing over and over~~~~~~~~this is my favorite Dead song....

  8. louiseduvee says:

    This sounds exactly like the studio version without Pig Pen's organ. The Dead weren't the same without him. Great video, I appreciate it, cause this whole album is one of my favourites...it never goes unplayed very long.

  9. VENUSWU says:

    This is killer...so pure...listen carefully, you can hear Jerry drawing breath. Thanks for posting this.

  10. Jameson10314 says:

    We miss the great Jerry Garica.

  11. stingingrays says:

    Always manages to calm me down, God Bless The Grateful Dead (~);}

  12. timkamlikestosurf says:

    wheres the harpischord?!

  13. Ultranothing says:

    @timkamlikestosurf It was added to the final mix. This is an unmixed, pre-mastered version.

  14. resistanceXX1 says:

    One of the best songs ever. Thanks for posting-amazing video- and thanks to The Grateful Dead. Everything's there.

  15. imadragonnbitch says:

    I'm 14, and was introduced to this band by my godfather who i look up to aIot.
    I absolutely love this band and all of their stuff<3
    I really wish there was more bands out like this right now, instead all of this modern day screamo bullshit. I like screamo, i listen to it, but it gets old after awhile and my love for music goes far beyond that. The Grateful Dead can always up my mood, or make me relaxed. [=

  16. Ultranothing says:

    @imadragonnbitch That's awesome, man! I was about 14 when I started getting into the Dead too - and you're right, there aren't a lot of bands like them around these days. At least not in the mainstream.

    But there are so many dead recordings out there - I'd safely assume more than any other band. And they put so many variations on their songs throughout the years that you could hear the same song, but never the same way twice.

    A good site for bootlegs is archive (dot) org. Check it out!

  17. 1billion1deaths1 says:

    @imadragonnbitch suck it easy kid..the dead dont tour no more

  18. GerbilASDF says:

    bs. further. the deads last tour was 09

  19. TheLongestMile says:

    @4difference actually this music is super popular hahaha...there are so many grateful dead fans.

  20. Clematisian says:

    ……. An immortal classic from a bygone era … the Haight-Ashbury days of yore .……

  21. LaceUp19XX says:

    15 years old, and saw the Dead on the reunion tour I believe it was 2 years ago? With my father who was/ and still is a dead head and he attended well over 60 shows. Now him and I are going to see Furthur next month. Long live the Dead, and Jerry. R.I.P Brother<3 (1942-1995)

  22. Ruta930 says:

    A long time ago I had a tape of the Aoxomoxoa outtakes. It was called "apples and oranges". If you have the Dupree's Diamond blues outtake, could you post it?? I was looking for it today for Jerry's b-day but can't find it on Youtube...

  23. Ultranothing says:

    You can stream the audio of the Aoxomoxoa outtakes at archive (dot) org

    Do a search for "Grateful Dead Live at AoxomoxoA Outtakes on 1969-12-31 (December 31, 1969)" and you'll find it.

    If you're computer savvy, you might be able to download the streaming audio.

    Archive dot org is the MOTHER LOAD of Grateful Dead boots. I kinda feel bad for telling you that if you're a big Dead fan - you might get lost at Archive and never leave your house ;)

    Some are streaming, some downloadable. ENJOY!

  24. blindiris22 says:

    this was the first grateful dead song i ever heard i always liked it but it wasnt til two years later that i really began enjoying their music. classic song

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