- Gives working title for The Movie, soon-to-be released film There is Nothing Like A Grateful Dead Show.
- Maybe this was out there, but I don't remember seeing this in print like this.
- More recently, they built a recording studio on a piece of land in Marin County called Dead Patch.
- Again, I don't recall that particular appellation being made public at the time.
- "Garcia is now playing banjo [sic] with Merle [sic] Saunders in a band called Legion of Mary, and it wouldn't be surprising if he turned up with the New Riders of the Purple Sage … Bob Weir is working with a new band on a new album called 'Kingfish'. Phil Lesh is experimenting with bio-feedback (doing research with his bass and computers), and Kreutzmann is drumming with Commander Cody (for fun)".[i]
- Obviously a little wire crossing on Jerry. When did it become public that Kingfish was doing an album? The BK thing is interesting because he didn't mention it in Deal and this is narrated as a very bad time for him.
- names names: Mickey Hart "left after it was discovered his father had put the band into over $100,000 worth of debts".[i]
- Again, I don't recall all that much that was said so publicly and directly making this connection. Since I just read BK's book, in which he's rather blunt about his feelings toward Mickey at this time, this again jumped out at me.
Cohen, Scott. 1975. How to Live the Grateful Dead. Hit Parader (September), 38-40.