The Other One is a narrative comedy about a girl called Catherine Walcott. And another girl called Catherine Walcott. Sisters who had no idea the other existed until their father drops dead.

Type: Scripted

Languages: English

Status: In Development

Runtime: None minutes

Premier: None

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Anthem of the Sun is the second album by the rock band the Grateful Dead. Released in 1968, it is the first album to feature second drummer Mickey Hart, who joined the band in September 1967. Currently ranked number 288 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time. The mix of the album combines multiple studio and live recordings of each song. The result is an experimental amalgam that is neither a studio album nor a live album, but both at the same time (though it is usually classified as a studio album). Drummer Bill Kreutzmann's description of the production process describes the listening experience of the album as well: “...Jerry [Garcia] and Phil [Lesh] went into the studio with [Dan] Healy and, like mad scientists, they started splicing all the versions together, creating hybrids that contained the studio tracks and various live parts, stitched together from different shows, all in the same song — one rendition would dissolve into another and sometimes they were even stacked on top of each other... It was easily our most experimental record, it was groundbreaking in its time, and it remains a psychedelic listening experience to this day.”

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As much as the entire album can be seen as an “Anthem”, it is one of rock music's earliest song cycles, or perhaps concept albums. The front cover art, by Bill Walker, resembles a mandala and incorporates the likenesses of the band members' heads. The back cover features a circular fisheye group shot, photographed by Thomas Weir. On the original pressing, all of the songs were credited to the band as a whole. Individual writing credits were subsequently published. In order to increase royalty points on the album, the band divided opening track “That's It for the Other One” into four somewhat arbitrary movements. The opening section, the Garcia-sung “Cryptical Envelopment”, was dropped from live performances of the suite after 1971 (though it reappeared a few times in 1985). The second section, ostensibly a quodlibet (misspelled as “quadlibet”), is a short jam connecting to the main section, sung by Weir (“Spanish lady comes to me, she lays on me this rose”), with a short reprise of “Cryptical Envelopment”. Though labeled as “The Faster We Go, the Rounder We Get”, played live, Weir's section became known simply as “The Other One”. The final section is a Constanten piece featuring the aforementioned prepared piano and sound effects (this section is missing from the album cover on original pressings). The “Dark Star” single, released just prior to Anthem of the Sun, is not included on the album, but its B-side, “Born Cross-Eyed”, is included in a stereo mix, without the “Feedback” ending. Early pressings of the album include the phrase “The faster we go, the rounder we get” inscribed on the vinyl in the run-out matrix around the label area. This was the inspiration for Rounder Records' name. The album was remastered for the 2001 box set The Golden Road. This version includes four bonus tracks (the single version of “Born Cross-Eyed” plus contemporaneous live tracks) and was issued separately in 2003. The making of Anthem of the Sun, Aoxomoxoa, Workingman's Dead, and American Beauty are described by former members and associates of the Grateful Dead in the 1997 Classic Albums documentary Anthem to Beauty.

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