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Ned Lagin

Ned Lagin

Ned Lagin


Although often uncredited, Ned Lagin played keyboards at a number of the Grateful Dead's live shows between 1970 and 1975. His playing was especially prominent during the Summer and Fall, 1974 tours, when his synthesizer work was allocated its own set between the Grateful Dead's first and second sets. He also appears on the album American Beauty. He released an album entitled Seastones - Ned Lagin and Phil Lesh in 1975 on Round RX, which was recorded in SQ-Quad. Read more on Last.fm
Although often uncredited, Ned Lagin played keyboards at a number of the Grateful Dead's live shows between 1970 and 1975. His playing was especially prominent during the Summer and Fall, 1974 tours, when his synthesizer work was allocated its own set between the Grateful Dead's first and second sets. He also appears on the album American Beauty. He released an album entitled Seastones - Ned Lagin and Phil Lesh in 1975 on Round RX, which was recorded in SQ-Quad. The album was re-released in stereo on CD as Seastones - Ned Lagin on Rykodisc in 1991.

The CD includes the original nine-section "Sea Stones" (42:34) from February 1975, and a live, previously unreleased, six-section version (31:05) from December 1975. Lagin was a pioneer in the development and use in real-time stage and studio performance of minicomputers driving real time digital to analog converters, doing digital signal processing to generate music, in the era before digital synthesizers appeared on the market. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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