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JGMF Bibliography



JGMF Bibliography
11/27/2015

"10,000 See Free Concert in Park," Billboard, May 18, 1968 p. 14 re 5/5/68.
"142 drug arrests made at 'Dead' rock concert," Milwaukee Journal, May 31, 1980, p. 8. Re GD 5/30/80. {jpg}
"4-Day Music Fete Aids Ex-Addicts," New York Times, June 16, 1968, p. 58. re GD 6/16 or 6/17/68 NYC {pdf}
"A Breather for the Dead," Oakland Tribune, October 2, 1976, p. 14-E.
"A Musical Treat," Oakland Times, June 19, 1973, p. unk. Photocopy of clipped article, re v-Keystone. Photocopy of clipping supplied by Fred Herrera, 2/19/2012 {h}
"Airplane Busted Twice in South," Rolling Stone, June 14, 1969, p. 6. √
"Airplane Flies!—Leaves Manager, Battles RCA," Rolling Stone vol. 1, no. 7 (March 9, 1968), pp. 1, 14. √
"Airplane Free in Pot Case," Rolling Stone, October 4, 1969.
"Alioto Favors Rock Wake - Next Week," San Francisco Chronicle, June 11, 1968, p. 3.
"An Arrest in GD Embezzling," San Francisco Chronicle, August 11, 1971, p. 5. re Lenny Hart.
"An Impasse in Light Show Beef," San Francisco Chronicle, August 1, 1969, p. 4. Re light artists guild strike
"Arrests Follow 2 Rock Concerts," Asbury Park Press, July 11, 1977, p. unk. Reports of arrests at JGB 7/9/77 Convention Hall show. {jpg} √
"Artists Get a Bright Idea," Rolling Stone, July 26, 1969, p. 12. Light Artists Guild strike √
"Band Opens Up Old Fillmore," Rolling Stone, October 18, 1969, p. 14. v-Fillmore_Auditorium
"Benefit Concert is Set Tonight," Independent Journal [San Rafael, CA], August 23, 1974, p. 20. re 8/23/74 √
"Bluegrass for the Bay Area," Oakland Tribune, April 21, 1974, p. 7-EN. re GSCBF 4/26-28/74 {pdf}√
"Bluegrass Group To Play Benefit," Independent-Journal [San Rafael, CA], September 29, 1973, p. 4. preview 9/30/73√
"Bluegrass, western concert set," Eugene Register-Guard, May 6, 1973, p. 2B, via Google News. √ re OAITW 5/8/73
"Board Asks Long-Range School View," Independent Journal (San Rafael, CA), December 14, 1973, p. 14. Superintendent says GD backed out of agreement to rent Stinson rec because of media coverage.
"Bridging the gap," La Jolla Light, January 1, 1976, p. unk. re 12/28/75
"Bringing Country to the City," BAM, September 12, 1980, pp. 20-21. {jpg} re v-Saddlerack.
"Carousel Ball," San Francisco Chronicle, June 11, 1968, p. 3.
"Charges Being Pondered After Drug Raid Arrest," Independent Journal (San Rafael, CA), July 20, 1973, p. 13. Rakow arrested, found with hundreds of pills and capsules believed to be LSD and methamphetamines. Arrested Monday 7/16/73 at his home, 220 Belvedere Avenue. "In a bedroom closet were more than 100 sealed envelopes, each containing six different pills and capsules". Dead spokesman says he no longer works for the group – maybe now works for GDR, instead! The raid was aimed at a forged airline ticket scheme. Police "obtained the warrant after Rakow was linked with two men arrested in Santa Clara County who were part of an operation involving more than 700 airline tickets stolen in Milwaukee". Emily Craig also popped, brief additional details in Rakow photo caption, next day's paper.
"Charges Still Are Pending In A Drug Raid," Independent-Journal, February 22, 1973, p. 36. 1/9/73: "After seizing several ounces of suspected marijuana, 15 peyote buttons, two vials labeled STF, mescaline. LSD and hashish, police arrested Lesh" √
"Charges, Countercharges Mar Elections As Committee Levels Candidate Fines," Corsair (Santa Monica City College), December 17, 1969, p. 1. GD scheduled for 12/11/69 at school, canceled because conflicted with a Black Panthers event.
"Concert A Dead Giveaway In Bust." Buffalo News, November 6, 1993. re busts at 11/5/93 JGB concert {txt, h}
"Concerts Will Aid Autistic Children Class," Independent-Journal [San Rafael, CA], May 29, 1973, p. 11.√
"Conspiracy, Drug Charges Dropped In Marin Case," Independent Journal (San Rafael, CA), September 5, 1973, p. 21. Re Rakow 7/16/73 bust
"Corner Without Exits: Hot Tuna." Dark Star no. 3 (1976), pp. 6-8.
"Court Shuts Carousel Ballroom," San Francisco Chronicle, June 8, 1968, p. 3.
"Crash kills rock group manager," Independent Journal (San Rafael, CA), September 6, 1976, p. 10.
"Dead Air," Advertising Age, August 3, 1987, p. C3. {pdf, h}
"Entertainment Board Presents Merle [sic] Saunders, Jerry Garcia," California Aggie, August 28, 1974, p. 4. preview of JGMS 8/30/74.
"Eviction Time For Family Dog," Rolling Stone, December 7, 1968, p. 8. √
"Fairfax Moves To Take Old Rule From Codes," Independent Journal (San Rafael, CA), February 11, 1975, p. 17.
"Family Dog Bellies Up," Rolling Stone, October 15, 1970, p. 10. re v-FDGH
"Family Dog Dance Permit Revoked," Rolling Stone, November 23, 1968, p. 4. √
"Family Dog Just Misses the Pound," Rolling Stone, April 6, 1968, p. 6. √
"Family Dog Shot Down," Rolling Stone, January 4, 1969, p. 6. √
"Fears and Follies Kill 'Wild West'," Rolling Stone, September 6, 1969, p. 12. WWF. "The WWF, the glorious dream of the SF music scene, has died, the stillborn child of incompetence, paranoia, and half-baked political speed-freaks." Decision to call it off made 8/12/69. Big Daddy presser on 8/6/69.
"Festival Campers to be Watched," Marin Independent-Journal, April 25, 1974, p. unk. Re GSCBF √
"Festival Express: bashed heads and bad trips," Globe and Mail (Toronto), June 29, 1970, p. 15. Re 6/28/70 {pdf}
"Fillmore Scene Moves To New Carousel Hall," Rolling Stone vol. 1 no. xx (August 10, 1968), p. 4. text available via URL http://deadsources.blogspot.com/2013/06/springsummer-1968-san-francisco.html.
"Four to Appear on Drug Charges," Independent Journal (San Rafael, CA), July 26, 1973, p. 7. Rakow facing five conspiracy and drugs charges. Also busted: Emily Craig, 22, Gerry Buckley, and Michael Kranzler of Berkeley. "Buckley is secretary-treasurer and corporate director of Fly By Night Travel of San Rafael, according to Santa Clara County Sheriff's Detective Jerry Wade. The travel agency is owned by Frankie Weir, wife of the Grateful Dead's lead guitarist Robert Weir of Mill Valley." Bust happened at RR's hillside home in Stinson – is that 220 Belvedere? "Buckley and Kranzler were arrested in the South Bay Area June 30 with more than $10,000 worth of LSD and seven airline tickets stolen earlier this year on the East Coast."
"Frankie Weir Is Recovering," Independent Journal (San Rafael, CA), February 4, 1975, p. 4.
"Freaks now swamping bluegrass festivals," Charleston Gazette, June 23, 1973, p. 12A. {
"Free Sounds, Free Snacks, Free Sun Highlight Be-In," Stanford Daily, July 4, 1967, p. 1. Expost GD 7/xx/67.
"From the Music Capitals of the World," Billboard, August 1, 1970, p. 2?8? (could be 3). On August 1, 1970, Jerry's bday, Billboard's "From the Music Capitals of the World" feature leads, out of Ell-Lay, with this: "The Grateful Dead's 'Workingman's Dead' LP is Warner Bros. top-selling album. The label has placed a billboard atop Fillmore West in San Francisco and on the Sunset Strip ..."
"Garcia Arrested: Watch Your Speed," Rolling Stone, April 26, 1973, p. 14.
"Garcia Band to perform March 12," Daily Northwestern, March 4, 1976, p. 3. Re 3/12/76 JGB {pdf}
"Garcia Headlines Friday Concert," City on a Hill Press, October 4, 1973, p. 5. Preview of OAITW 10/5/73
"Garcia Kinda Chats." Dark Star no. 3 (1976), p. 13. interview from Maze TV show 4/8/67 by Ralph Gleason. {mag, pdf, h}
"Garcia pleases his faithful followers." Stanford Daily, August 12, 1980, p. unk. Unsigned, or at least not on my copy. Copy from Blair. Review of 8/9/80 KPA. √ {h, pdf}
"Garcia Returns to Marx Meadows," Berkeley Barb, September 6-12, 1974, p. 2. √
"Graham Record Studio Stalls," Rolling Stone, December 14, 1967, p. 4. √
"Grateful crowd at Dead concert," Daily Iowan, February 26, 1973, p. 2. Re 2/24/73 {pdf}
"Grateful Dead Bust Their Dad," Rolling Stone, September 2, 1971, p. 14. Full text via URL http://deadsources.blogspot.com/2012/07/august-1971-lenny-hart-arrested.html, consulted 11/30/2014.
"Grateful Dead leader to play this weekend." Eugene Register-Guard, June 3, 1982, p. 5D. preview of 6/5/82 and 6/6/82 in the South Eugene High School auditorium.
"Grateful Dead Plan a Movie," Billboard, March 26, 1977, p. 10. √
"Grateful Dead Records," Rolling Stone, November 23, 1967, p. 4. re Anthem √
"Grateful Dead Rental Approved," Independent Journal (San Rafael, CA), November 15, 1973, p. 13. Rent Stinson Beach rec center to GD for six weeks ,for practice. $1,500 rent for the building, which was once Stinson School. Done 11/13/73. Dead backed out because of publicity.
"Grateful Dead singer Jerry Garcia dies at 53." USA Today international edition, August 10, 1995, 1. {h}
"Grateful Dead Tour List", in Paul Grushkin (ed.), Grateful Dead: The Official Book of the Deadheads (New York: Quill), pp. 194-208.
"Grateful Dead Ungrateful; Sued," Rolling Stone, July 26, 1969, p. 10.Band sued for not crediting studio on album jacket. Band racked up 500 hours of studio time
"Grateful Dead, Garcia Band due," Melody Maker, November 22, 1980, p. unk. Re abortive early '81 JGB tour of Europe.
"Half Notes: Digging Diga." Crawdaddy no. 51 (August 1975): 20. 5/30/75 Diga show. [365]
"Highway Robbery At the Family Dog," Rolling Stone, February 7, 1970, p. 14. re v-FDGH
"Huge Jersey Concert Ends Summer Season," Rolling Stone, October 20, 1977, p. 26. Ex post GD 9/3/77 Englishtown.
"if picasso fucks my wife i'll kick his ass," Good Times, undated, reprinted in NOLA Express, August 29, 1969, pp. 8-9. Accessed via Independent Voices, URL http://voices.revealdigital.com/voices. Note: reprint from GT inferred from "The GOOD TIMES along with two members of the Haight Commune spoke with David Rubinson yesterday. … He runs Fillmore Records and was a producer with Columbia Records for a number of years. He has produced Big Brother, Mike Bloomfield, Moby Grape, The Chambers Brothers and Taj Mahal, among others."
"Interview with Jerry Garcia" [part 1], Helix v1 n8 (no date discernible, presumed 8/9/67).
"Interview with Jerry Garcia" [part 2], Helix v1 n9 (8/16/67).
"It Happened in 1968," Rolling Stone, February 1, 1969, p. 19. √
"Jelly Roll Rolls Again," Sundaz, October 5, 1973, p. 12. {jpg} re 10/5/73
"Jerry Garcia Agrees To Drug Diversion Plan," San Francisco Chronicle, March 20, 1985, p. 2.
"Jerry Garcia Ill, Shows Canceled," Denver Post, July 13, 1979, p. 62. [xxx] [h}
"Jerry Garcia interview, broadcast on WPLJ in New York City in September 1974 [radio broadcast]," Grateful Dead Archive Online, accessed November 10, 2013, http://www.gdao.org/items/show/379907.
"Jerry Garcia performs tonight at the Phoenix Theatre in Petaluma", Ukiah Daily Journal, January 21, 1983, p. 8.
"Jerry Garcia tentatively okays UCC concert offer." Daily Collegian (Pennsylvania State University), October 26, 1977, p. 16. {doc, h} re 12/11/77
"Jerry Garcia to play here," Oberlin Review, February 26, 1976, pp. 1, 8. preview of 3/13/76
"Jerry Garcia," Hard Road 1, 1 (July 20, 1970), pp 1-4 (unnumbered). Interview from 6/22/70. [xxx] {mag, pdf}
"Jerry Garcia's Bluegrass Group to Play at Keystone," Oakland Times, July 17, 1973, p. unk. Re 7/20-21/73. Photocopy of clipping supplied by Fred Herrera, 2/19/2012 {h}
"Jerry Garcia's Grateful Dead Pass the True Acid Test: They're Still Playing," People 6, 2 (July 12, 1976), pp. 48-51. [386] {h, pdf} √
"John Gray and Long Hair: The Heat's On In Denver," Rolling Stone, November 23, 1967, p. 6. re v-Denver_Dog √
"Legion of Mary in county Friday," Delaware County (Pa.) Daily Times, April 8, 1975, p. 12. Announcement of 4/11/75 LOM shows.
"Lion's Share Out With Flair," Independent-Journal (San Rafael, CA), July 25, 1975, p. 20. V-Lion's_Share
"London Trip For The Dead," Rolling Stone, December 14, 1967, p. 4. √
"Metro police cool off rock festival gate-crashers," Toronto Daily Star, June 29, 1970, p. 1. Re 6/28/70 {pdf}
"Mickey Hart: Off the Road and Into His Head," Circular 4, 36 (September 11, 1972), 2 pp. {mag, ocr pdf}
"Modern Music Project is Planned in Oakland," Hayward Daily Review, February 25, 1969, p. 22. Re 1969 COME thing
"Monarch in Expansion," Billboard, November 5, 1972, p. 34. re John Scher
"More Hassles For Family Dog," Rolling Stone, December 21, 1968, p. 6. √
"Mountain Girl Reflects," Dupree's Diamond News no. 36 (Spring/Summer 1997): 26-29. {mag, pdf} 
"Name Grateful Dead Distributors," Billboard, October 20, 1973, p. 16. re Grateful Dead Records
"New Year's Eve 1974: The Grateful Dead," Oakland Tribune, December 29, 1974, p. 4-RAP. Re 12/31/74 {pdf}
"Night of The Dead," Good Times, June 25, 1981, p. 5. preview of JGB 6/26/81. "Grateful Deadmen Jerry Garcia and Phil Lesh appear with special guests High Noon (featuring Norton Buffalo and Merle [sic] Saunders".
"No Jerry Garcia concert Sunday," Stanford Daily, July 11, 1991, p. 18. re cxl jg1991-07-14.jgb
"Obituaries: Leonard Hart," Independent Journal (San Rafael, CA), February 4, 1975, p. 4.
"Obituaries: Leonard Hart," Independent Journal (San Rafael, CA), February 6, 1975, p. 4.
"Overlook," Independent Journal (San Rafael, CA), July 20, 1976, p. 12.
"Overlook," Independent Journal (San Rafael, CA), June 21, 1977, p. 17.
"Park Confrontation," San Francisco Chronicle, June 10, 1968, p. 3.
"Pepperland reopens in San Rafael hall – Steve Miller to head weekend bill," Night Times, September 15-28, 1971, p. 6. re v-Pepperland
"Peter Rowan." Rare Frequencies (June 2013): 20-22.
"Philharmonic Holds Rock Concert This Evening". Buffalo Evening News, March 17, 1970, p. unk. Re 3/17/70 {jpg}
"Pigpen's Death A Natural One," Independent Journal (San Rafael, CA), March 26, 1973, p. 1.
"Playland At the Beach Reopens," San Francisco Chronicle, June 14, 1969, p. 31. re-FDGH.
"Poco Show Canceled," Montreal Gazette, October 20, 1970, p. 48. cxl GD 11/18/70
"Pop Star of the Month: Grateful Dead," Song Hits vol. 36 no. 79 (September 1972): 10-11, 17 {pdf ocr}
"'Purple Sage' At Lion's Share," San Francisco Chronicle, July 30, 1970, p. 41. Item about NRPS-GD shows 7/30/70-8/1/70. √
"Random Notes," Rolling Stone, December 16, 1976, p. 35. Arista stuff
"Reviving James Booker, The 'Piano Prince Of New Orleans'," National Public Radio, March 30, 2012, URL http://www.npr.org/2012/03/31/149689793/reviving-james-booker-the-piano-prince-of-new-orleans, consulted 1/17/2015.
"Rock and blue concert Sunday in Aztec Bowl," Daily Aztec, May 9, 1969, p. 7, accessed via SDSU digital collections, URL http://library.sdsu.edu/find/digital-collections, consulted 11/21/2014. preview 5/11/69 {jpg}
"Rock Ballroom Ready to Swing Out in Calif. Town," Billboard, July 25, 1970, pp. 22, 25. re v-Pepperland {h, pdf}
"Rock Billboard: Maria Muldaur slates benefit," Independent Journal, June 17, 1977, p. 27.
"Rock Group Offers to Buy Mansion," Independent Journal (San Rafael, CA), March 5, 1974, p. 15. Revealed at City Council mtg of 3/4/74, GD offered to buy Robert Dollar mansion on Mission Avenue for $250k.
"Rock Hall Remodeled," Night Times, March 8-21, 1972, p. 15. re 660 Great Highway
"Rock Thumped in Westchester Co.," Rolling Stone, April 1, 1971, p. unk. re bomb threat at GD-NRPS 2/xx/71.
"Rolling Stone Annual," Rolling Stone, February 7, 1970, p. 27.√
"S.F. Ballroom Circuit Grows," Rolling Stone vol. 1, no. 10 (April 27, 1968), p. 10. √
"San Francisco Studio Scene Soon," Rolling Stone vol. 1, no. xx (July 6, 1968), p. 4.
"Saunders—New Garcia Pard," Berkeley Barb, July 20-26, 1973, p. 18. {h}
"Scher Expanding Gotham Operations," Billboard, January 29, 1983, p. 51.
"Seattle Ballroom Caves In," Rolling Stone, February 7, 1970, p. 14.
"SF Community Group Backs Pop Seminars," Billboard, April 19, 1969, p. 82. Available through Google Books. Re 1969 COME thing
"Signings," Billboard, February 5, 1977, p. 37. Re JGB, GD and Bob Weir Band signing with Arista Records.
"Spontaneity vs. Law," San Francisco Chronicle, June 10, 1968, p. 3.
"Summerfaze Brings Joplin," Daily Planet, May 25, 1970, p. 9. GD listed as among acts to play Dade County summer music series.
"Talent In Action: Brewer and Shipley / Danny Cox, The Boarding House, San Francisco," Billboard, December 30, 1972, pp. 10-14.
"Temple Univ. Slates Festival Theater," Philadelphia Tribune, June 5, 1973, p. 15. preview of OAITW 6/11/73 {pdf}
"The Dead Deliver," Circular 3, 31 (October 4, 1971), 3 pp. {mag, ocr pdf}
"The Folk's on You, Buddy Chambers Brothers Will Replace Dead In Stadium Concert," Harvard Crimson, July 10, 1970, URL http://www.thecrimson.com/article/1970/7/10/the-folks-on-you-buddy-chambers/, consulted 11/23/2015.
"The Grateful Dead Are Really Swell." Rock and Roll (Onyx Publishing) v12 no 54 (September 1967): p. 32. satirical biography of the band members
"The Grateful Dead Concert," Bugle-American v.2 n.11 (#24), March 18-24, 1971, first page of second section. re: 3/21/71, with brief commentary which includes a photo of the New Riders in performance. {h, pdf} http://deadsources.blogspot.com/2013/11/march-21-1971-expo-center-milwaukee-wi.html
"The Grateful Dead's Sound System," Zigzag 05, 05 (no 45) (September 1974), pp. 25-28. includes Mary-Anne Mayer drawing of the Wall of Sound {mag}
"The Musiccricket," Bugle-American v.2 n.11 (#24), March 18-24, 1971, second section, p. 18. re: 3/21/71. {h, pdf} http://deadsources.blogspot.com/2013/11/march-21-1971-expo-center-milwaukee-wi.html
"The Pirates' Ball," Yipster Times (October 1976), 24. Pictorial of 9/15/76 Hell's Angels party with JGB, Bo Diddley. {mag, jpg} photogs Craig Silverman, Patricia, Ron Gaiella
"The Sound of One Side Negotiating," Rolling Stone, August 23, 1969, p. 12. Light Artists Guild Strike √
"The Wild West: a Wild S.F. Fest," Rolling Stone, July 12, 1969, p. 14. √ Wild West Fest WWF
"Ticketron Gets Garcia Tickets Before Campus," (SUNY Stony Brook) Statesman, October 28, 1977, p. 3, accessed online; re 12/9/77
"Tom Fogarty [sic] Leaves Creedence," San Francisco Chronicle, February 3, 1971, p. 42.
"Tragedy Strikes David Crosby," Rolling Stone, November 1, 1969, p. 8. Christine died on 9/30.
"Trashing Richmond." Richmond Times-Dispatch, November 23, 1993, p. A10. re 11/18/93 {txt, h}
"Tribe Pushes Gold," Berkeley Tribe, September 12-18, 1969, p. 13. Accessed via Independent Voices, URL http://voices.revealdigital.com/voices. re "Gold Rush" festival on Lake Amador 10/4/69, appears to have been cxld since GD were in Boston. √
"Troubadour to Reopen as Boarding House," San Francisco Chronicle, March 24, 1971, p. 43.
"Two night spots protest Fairfax permit proposal," Independent-Journal (San Rafael, CA), December 9, 1975, p. 5.
"University Suspends Concerts Indefinitely," Hoya (Georgetown University), November 5, 1970, p. unk, text at URL http://deadsources.blogspot.com/2014/08/october-23-1970-mcdonough-gym.html, consulted 9/5/2014. expost 10/23/70
"'Up in Smoke' National Gross Hits $7,018,600," Boxoffice, November 3, 1978, p. 6. Re GD Movie. {mag, jpg}
"West Fest Struck," Berkeley Tribe v1 n5 (issue 6) (August 8-14, 1969), pp. 3, 4. 1969 Wild West Fest. {h}
"Wife of Guitarist Bob Weir Reported Shot In Stomach," Independent Journal (San Rafael, CA), February 3, 1975, p. 1.
"Winterland--'on the floor like dying fish'," Berkeley Barb, June 11-17, 1971, p. ?4. re: 5/29/71, JG didn't play with NRPS. {h}
"Youths Converge on Campus for Program of Rock Music," Hartford Courant, May 4, 1970, p. 24F. Not so much a review of 5/3/70, as a missive to soothe the nervous townies. Writer puts "Rock Music" in scarequotes, and doesn't like the looks of those "gaudily painted" "unshorn and unshaved" youths over there. 2,500 kids descended on Observatory Hill, overlooking Ardus Field. The GD show had been announced at the Yale protests –remember this is a period of student unrest, reaching its apotheosis the next day at Kent State-- and the Hartford cops were mobilized and out in force, apparently to a man. "The Grateful Dead, a well-known combo well-liked by the younger set, were late in arriving." GD thought they went from 8pm-1am, organizer thought they'd be there at 2 p.m. Property owners and Burghers could rest assured that, as the kids all left at the end of the day, "the police were there, just in case". √
[Bartenstein, Fred] (unsigned). 1973. Editorial. Muleskinner News xx, xx (July), p. xx. Re 6/8/73. {jpg, h} √
[unsigned]. 1976. Dead Ahead. BAM no. 9 (December): 11.
[unsigned]. 1978. Dead Ahead: Nights of the Living Dead: News Flashes For the New Year. BAM (February): 72.
“Grateful Dead’s Venues,” NME, March 7, 1970, p. 9. √
“Playland-at-the-Beach Reopens,” San Francisco Chronicle, June 14, 1969, p. 31. The day after the opening of the FD, the amusement park re-opens, still featuring old favorites the Merry-Go-Round, the Dodger Cars, the Fun House and the Tilt-a-Whirl. V-FDGH
“Theater balcony plunge,” Boston Globe, December 6, 1977, p. 5. JGB 12/2/77 a guy jumped off the balcony. √
A New World Rising no. 18A (Spring 1992).
A New World Rising no. 19 (Summer 1992).
A.F. 1976. Night of the Living Dead. Los Angeles Free Times, May 28-June 3, p. 20. negative review of JGB 5/23/76 {h, doc} √
Abbot, Scott. 2007. JABase: Jefferson Airplane Set Lists, version 3.0. March 29, 2007. URL http://home.myfairpoint.net/srabbot/airplane/jabase.htm, last accessed 1/19/2012.
Abbott, Lee. 1979. The Jerry Garcia Feature: Dead Reckoning and Hamburger Metaphysics. Feature (March): 32, 34-37. {mag, pdf ocr} Also reprinted in Dodd and Spaulding 2000. √ http://jgmf.blogspot.com/2013/12/rn-abbott-1979-dead-reckoning-and.html
Aboto, Ann. 1972. Grateful Hell’s Angels. Village Voice, March 30, p. unk. √
Abrams, Drew. 1977. Who Says They're Dead? Circus no 162 (August 18, 1977), pp. 26-27. {mag, pdf, h} √
Abramson, Hilary. 1971. Grateful Dead Shake Freeborn Hall. Woodland Democrat, January 22 1971, p. unk. re 1/21/71
Acid Rock 1, 3 (Spring 1978).
Acoustic Guitar 4, 4 (January/February 1994).
Adams Garcia, Carolyn "Mountain Girl". 2007. untitled. The Fader no. 46 (May-June): 96-97. {mag, ocr pdf}
Adamson, Dale. 1976. Garcia Band Has a Different Style. Houston Chronicle, March 19, 1976, p. unk. negative review of 3/18/76b
Adamson, Dale. 1976. Jerry Garcia Says Grateful Dead Aren't Dead – They Are Just De-Controlled. Houston Chronicle Zest Magazine, March 28, pp. 19, 38. √
Adamson, Dale. 1979. Grateful Dead: Still treading the path of uncertainty. Houston Chronicle Zest Magazine, January 7, pp. 8, 28, 30-31. {h, pdf} √
Adler, Bill. 1980. Garcia just keeps rolling along. Herald-American (Boston), February 18, 1980, p. unk. Review of 2/15/80 late show. Copy from Blair. √
Aigner, Hal. 1971. El Topo: A Strange and Striking Film. Night Times, December 8-21, 1971, p. 10.
Alderson, Jeremy. 2008. Jerry Garcia: Portrait of an Artist as a Tripper. Relix, URL http://www.relix.com/articles/detail/q-a-with-jerry-garcia-portrait-of-an-artist-as-a-tripper, consulted 3/21/2015. Richardson 2014 says 2008, but when I consulted the site it said 8/3/2014. √
Alkon, Mitchell. 1977. Garcia Is Alive Without the Dead. Statesman, December 14, 1977, p. 9. re: 12/9/77. {jpg, h}
Allan, David. 1973. Jerry Garcia to Record Next Album at Keystone. Oakland Times, unknown date, unknown page. Photocopy of clipping supplied by Fred Herrera, 2/19/2012. {h}
Allen, Chuck. n.d. "A Look Back: The Temple University Music Festival and Institute". URL http://www.temple.edu/ambler/arboretum/musicfestival.htm, consulted 2/8/2014.
Allen, Scott W. 1992. Aces Back To Back: A Guide to the Grateful Dead. New York: Pierce Axiom.
Allen, Scott. 1987. Fragments. Relix 15, 1 (February 1988), p. 31. {?mag?} re 6/16/67
Allgire, Dick. 1990. Sixty Feet Under with Jerry Garcia. Dupree's Diamond News 3, 4 (no. 15) (March): 11-17. {pdf, h, mag}
Allgire, Dick. 1992. 60 Feet Under With Jerry Garcia … The Saga Continues. Dupree's Diamond News no. 23 (November): 16-19. {mag, pdf}
Allison, John. 1982a. Garcia band hot at the Stanley. Daily Collegian (Pennsylvania State University), June 25, 1982, p. 13. re: 6/23/82 {pdf} √
Allison, John. 1982b. Garcia Pleases. Daily Collegian (Pennsylvania State University), June 28, 1982, p. 10. re: 6/27/82. {doc, h}
Allrich, Roger. 1976. Jerry Garcia Band: Ambassador Theater, St. Louis, March 27, 1976. Relix 3, 4 (July-August 1976): 8. {mag, h, pdf} review of 3/27/76 √
Almond, Gabriel A., and Stephen J. Genco. 1977. Clouds, Clocks and the Study of Politics. World Politics 29, 4 (July): 489-522.
Alson, Bob, and Monte Dym. 1975. Rumblings from the Bay City. Dead Relix 2,6 (November-December): 30. re 8/20/75!
Alston, Bob. 1978. Bob Weir Lets it Grow: Heaven Help the Fool. Relix 5, 2 (May-June): 8-9. {mag}
Alterman, Loraine. 1974. Clive Davis Return: 'I Love Music'. Rolling Stone, July 4, 1974, pp. 15, 30.
Altham, Keith. 1972. Grateful Dead, New Riders of the Purple Sage: Lyceum, London. New Musical Express, June 3, p. unk. review of GD 5/25/72 {pdf}
Alvord, Rick. 1980. The Dead's head plays it true to form. Daily Collegian (University of Massachusetts, Amherst), February 25, 1980, p. 7; via URL https://archive.org/details/massachuse19791980univ, accessed 11/9/2014. review of JGB 2/20/80
Andrews, Charles. 1971a. Country Rockers Hit City; Play Long, Please Many. Lobo (University of New Mexico), November 19, 1971, p. 5. review of NRPS-GD 11/17/71
Andrews, Charles. 1971b. Spare Change. Lobo (University of New Mexico), November 23, 1971, p. 5. more on NRPS-GD 11/17/71.
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Arnold, Corry. 2011. May 19, 1979: The Old Waldorf, San Francisco, CA: Reconstruction/Horslips. Lost Live Dead, January 6, http://lostlivedead.blogspot.com/2011/01/may-19-1979-old-waldorf-san-francisco.html, consulted 11/15/2014.
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Arnold, Corry. 2011. October 26, 1978 Paramount Theater, Portland, OR: Jerry Garcia Band/Bob Weir Band. Lost Live Dead, February 5, 2011, URL http://lostlivedead.blogspot.com/2011/02/october-26-1978-paramount-theater.html, consulted 12/31/2013.
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Arnold, Corry. 2011. Sarah Fulcher-Vocals. Lost Live Dead, September 9, 2011, URL http://hooterollin.blogspot.com/2011/09/sarah-fulcher-vocals.html, accessed 4/22/2012.
Arnold, Corry. 2011. September 25, 1980: Fox-Warfield Theater, San Francisco, CA "Ripple" (That's Otis). Hooterollin' Around, November 11, 2011, URL http://hooterollin.blogspot.com/2011/11/september-25-1980-fox-warfield-theater.html, accessed 7/23/2012.
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Arnold, Corry. 2012. August 20, 1975 Great American Music Hall, San Francisco: Keith And Donna with Jerry Garcia ('Straight Life"). Lost Live Dead, March 29, 2012, URL http://lostlivedead.blogspot.com/2012/03/august-20-1975-great-american-music.html, consulted 12/27/2013.
Arnold, Corry. 2012. Excalibur-Tom Fogerty (Jerry Garcia-guitar). Hooterollin' Around, March 2, 2012, URL http://hooterollin.blogspot.com/2012/03/excalibur-tom-fogerty-jerry-garcia.html, accessed 4/22/2012.
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Arnold, Corry. 2012. January 9-10, 1976: Sophie's, Palo Alto, CA: The Jerry Garcia Band with Jamfses Booker. Lost Live Dead, May 24, 2012, URL http://lostlivedead.blogspot.com/2012/05/january-9-10-1976-sophies-palo-alto-ca.html, consulted 12/31/2013.
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Arnold, Corry. 2012. Jerry Garcia Band Personnel 1975-1995. Lost Live Dead, January 12, 2012, URL http://lostlivedead.blogspot.com/2012/01/jerry-garcia-band-personnel-1975-1995.html, consulted 4/22/2012.
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Arnold, Corry. 2012. March 12, 1978: Suffolk Forum, Commack, NY: Jerry Garcia Band/NRPS/Robert Hunter and Comfort. Lost Live Dead, January 26, 2012, URL http://lostlivedead.blogspot.com/2012/01/march-12-1978-suffolk-forum-commack-ny.html, accessed 11/23/2013.
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Dupree's Diamond News 08 (2, 2) (August 1988). √ nearly perfect condition, except a little bit of purple schmutz and slightly dinged bottom right corner.
Dupree's Diamond News 09 (2, 3) (November 1988). nearly perfect condition, basically untouched. √
Dupree's Diamond News 10 (2, 4) (January 1989). √ basically perfect condition
Dupree's Diamond News 11 (2, 5) √
Dupree's Diamond News 14 (December 1989).
Dupree's Diamond News 15 (3, 4) (March 1990).
Dupree's Diamond News 17 (4, 1) (December 1990).
Dupree's Diamond News 18 (4, 2) (May 1991).
Dupree's Diamond News 20 (4, 4) (December 1991). 2x
Dupree's Diamond News 21 (4, 5) (April 1992). 2x
Dupree's Diamond News 22 (5, 1) (August 1992). 2x
Dupree's Diamond News 23 (5, 2 ) (November 1992). 2x
Dupree's Diamond News 24 (5, 3) (April 1993).2x
Dupree's Diamond News 25 (August 1993). 2x
Dupree's Diamond News 26 (November 1993). 2x
Dupree's Diamond News 27 (Winter 1994). 2x
Dupree's Diamond News 28 (Spring 1994).2x
Dupree's Diamond News 29 (Fall 1994). 2x
Dupree's Diamond News 30 (Winter 1994 [sic?]).
Dupree's Diamond News 31 (Spring 1995). 2x
Dupree's Diamond News 32 (Fall 1995).
Dupree's Diamond News 33 (Spring 1996). (3x)
Dupree's Diamond News 34 (Summer 1996).
Dupree's Diamond News 35 (Fall 1996). 2x
Dupree's Diamond News 36 (Spring/Summer 1997). 2x
Dupree's Diamond News 37 (Fall/Winter 1997).
Dupree's Diamond News 38 (Spring 1998).
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Dupree's Diamond News flier 12 (July 1989). [have scan of 12D]
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Dupree's Diamond News flier 16 (June 1990). [have scan of 16D]
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Golden Road no. 01 (Winter 1984) (dupe). √
Golden Road no. 01 (Winter 1984) {mag}. Articles: "Goin' Down The Road" (p. 2); "Feedback" (pp. 3-4); "Deadlines" (pp. 5, 10); "Mickey Hart in Two Worlds" (pp. 6-7); "New Year's Eve 1983-84" (pp. 8-9); "Roots: Under the Dead's Covers" (pp 11-17; see listing under Jackson) {pdf}; "1983: Complete Show & Set Lists" (pp. 18-25); "We're Gonna Pitch a Wang Dang Doodle All Night Long!" (p. 29).
Golden Road no. 02 (Spring 1984) {mag}. Articles: "Goin' Down The Road" (p. 2); "Feedback" (pp. 3-5); ""Deadlines" (pp. 6, 11); Regan and Blair, "Tripping the Lights Fantastic with Morpheus" (lighting) (pp. 7-10); "The Dead on Video: Collecting's New Frontier" (pp. 12-16); "Flashback: The Acid Tests" (photos by Gene Anthony) (pp. 18-19); "Phil Lesh: Still Searching for 'It'" (pp.20-23); "The Pre-Dead Days: In Phil's Own Words" (pp. 23-26); "More Roots" (pp. 28-29; see listing under Jackson) {pdf}; "Funstuff" (pp. 3-31); "Set Lists: Western Tour '84" (pp. 32-33); Jeff Silberman, "Taping: Go Digital!" (p. 34).
Golden Road no. 03 (Summer 1984) {mag}. Usual Deadline column, with blurbs on JGJK 6/3/84, passing of Rodney Albin; "Art For Fun's Sake: The Magical World of Alton Kelly" (pp. 8-12); "Keith & Donna: Their Post-GD Music" (p. 14); "Is There a Brent LP on Tap?" (p. 14); "Set Lists: Hampton Through Merriweather" (pp. 1517); Blair Jackson, "T.C.: Out in the Wild Blue Yonder with Tom Constanten", Golden Road 03 (Summer 1984), pp. 20-24; Daniel Hupert, "Search and Seizure: Know Your Rights" (p. 25); "Love & Haight (Book review of Charles Perry Haight Ashbury history)" (pp. 26-27); "Funstuff" (pp. 28-31); "Roots Part 3" (pp. 32-34) (see Jackson entry for songs).
Golden Road no. 04 (Fall 1984) {mag}. Articles: usual columns. "Deadline" (pp. 6-7, 37) (includes 8/28/84 review; BCT GD shows; tapers' section; TC; Red Rocks); "Eileen Law: The Dead's Link with the Heads" (pp. 8-11); Mary Eisenhart, "Robert Hunter: Songs of Innocence, Songs of Experience" (pp. 12-19) (interview date 5/23/84); Regan McMahon, "Deadhead Professionals: White Collar Workers with Tie-dye Hearts" (pp. 22-27); "Set Lists: Blossom Music Center Through Ventura" (pp. 28-29); "Singles! A Look at the Dead's 'Forgotten' Records" (pp. 30-31); "Roots, Part 4" (32-33); "funstuff" (34-35);
Golden Road no. 05 (Winter 1995) {mag}. Articles: usual columns: "Deadline", "The Sound Ideas of Dan Healy" (pp. 8-13); "20 Years Dead: Tall Tales" (pp. 14-20); Daniel Hupert, "Lotta Poor Men Got the Copyright Blues" (pp. 21, 38)"Set Lists: Charlotte Through Berkeley" (pp. 22-24); "New Year's '84-'85" (pp. 26-27); "Melvin, Jackie & Gloria: Soul of the JGB" (pp. 28-31) (see entry under Jackson, Blair); "Roots, Part 5" (p. 33); "Keepers of the Flame: The others ones who play Grateful Dead music" (pp. 34-38); "Funstuff".
Golden Road no. 06 (Spring 1985) {mag}. BJ editorial (p. 2); Feedback (letters) (pp. 3-5); Deadline: The Latest News & Rumor Control (pp. 6-7); "Garcia: On Film, Video & 'The Twilight Zone'" (pp. 8-12) (see entry under Jackson, Blair and Regan McMahon); "Donna: The Greatest Story Never Told" (pp. 14-20) (see entry under Jackson, Blair); "20 Years Dead: Tall Tales, Part Two" (pp. 21-27) (lots of great stories, including John Dawson and David Nelson on the 1970 Festival train, Spencer Dryden on Skullfuck, Dawson on Bickershaw, record company stuff from Steve Brown, Europe 1974 from Steve Brown, Farewell to Pigpen; "Setlists: Oakland Through Nassau" (pp. 28-31); "Dave Hassinger on Producing the Dead, 1967" (pp. 32-33); McMahon, Regan. 1985. "Playing in the Band: A new book offers an inside look," Golden Road no. 06 (Spring): 34-35; "Roots, Part 6" (pp. 36-37) (see entry for Jackson, Blair); "Funstuff" (pp. 39-40)
Golden Road no. 07 (Summer 1985) (dupe).
Golden Road no. 07 (Summer 1985) {mag}. BJ editorial; Feedback; Deadline: The Latest News & Rumor Control (pp. 6-9); "Clowning in the Band: The GD Meet the Press" (pp. 10-13), re press conference two hours before GD 6/14/85; March 1967 Groenke interview; Roots part 7.
Golden Road no. 08 (Fall 1985) (dupe).
Golden Road no. 08 (Fall 1985) {mag}. Editorial; deadline; Blair and Regan, "Time Out with Bill Graham" (pp. 10-16); setlists Ventura through Chula Vista (pp. 17-21); "The Animated World of Gary Gutierrez" (24-27)
Golden Road no. 09 (Winter 1986). {mag}. Editorial; feedback; Deadline (pp. 7-10); Candace Brightman (pp. 11-15); Setlists: Hollywood through Oakland (pp. 16-20); Bob Weir interview (pp. 24-30); Stu Nixon, My Favorite Year (pp. 34-35); Roots part 9 (p. 38
Golden Road no. 10 (Spring 1986) (dupe). √
Golden Road no. 10 (Spring 1986) {mag}: editorial; feedback (pp. 3-5); setlists: Oakland through Philadelphia (pp. 9-15); Gans, David. 1986. John Barlow: A View from Outside. Golden Road no. 10 (Spring): 17-21); video collecting; Sunshine Daydream; Roots part 10 (pp. 34-35); Roots Extra: Iko Iko (pp. 36-39);
Golden Road no. 11 (Summer 1986) (dupe). √
Golden Road no. 11 (Summer 1986) {mag} editorial, feedback; Deadline (pp. 6-8); Set Lists: Portland through the Greek (pp. 9-15); The Dylan/Dead Tour: A Photo Journal (pp. 16-20); Brown 1986 (pp. 21-27); The Grateful Dead Book of Lists, Part One In A Series (GD  Benefits, states and countries played, shared bills, "Sitting In", Bob Dylan Approximately (pp. 29-35); Roots Part 11 (p. 36); Funstuff (pp. 38-41).
Golden Road no. 12 (Fall 1986) (dupe). √
Golden Road no. 12 (Fall 1986) {mag}. Editorial: Feels like it might be all right (p. 2); Feedback (pp. 3-5); Deadline (JG coma update, etc.) (pp. 6-8); Jackson 1986 "Jerry's Back and How Sweet It Is" (p. 9); Leopold 1986; Jackson, "Oltatunji an& Mickey: Brotherhood of the Drum" (pp. 12-13); Marcus 1986 (pp. 14-18); Regan and Blair, "Kesey: A Day on the Farm" (pp. 20-31); funstuff pp. 36-37; "Alligator" (back cover).
Golden Road no. 13 (Winter 1987) (dupe). √
Golden Road no. 13. {mag} Editorial: By the Waterside I Will Rest My Bones (p. 2); Feedback (pp. 3-5); "Deadline" (pp. 6-10, with discussions of 1987 GD touring, 10/31/86, 11/1/86, Bobby Peterson, January 1987 Marin Civic GD sessions and what would become In the Dark, Garcia on Neville's record, Jer steppin out with Los Lobos, Deadbase, records) (6-10); Set Lists: Oakland Coliseum Through New Year's (11-16); taping article (18-19); Flashback: The Human Be-in (20-21); Arnold 1987 (22-26);
Golden Road no. 14 (Summer 1987) (dupe). √
Golden Road no. 18 (Fall 1988) (dupe). √
Golden Road no. 19 (Spring 1989) (dupe). √
Golden Road no. 1-no. xx. COMPLETE COLLECTION.
Golden Road no. 22 (Spring 1990).
Golden, Betty. 1973. Kezar Rocks as the Dead Arise! San Francisco Phoenix vol. 1 no. 20 (June 15): 3. review GD 5/26/73 √
Goldman, Stuart. 1979. Garcia 'Guests' with Reconstruction. Los Angeles Times, July 25, 1979, p. G12. review of 7/22/79. {pdf, h}
Goldmine 16, 22 (no 268) (November 2, 1990). (2x)
Goldmine 1998 Annual.
Goldmine 22, 17 (no. 419) (August 16, 1996). Garcia cover, nice picture.
Goldmine no. 794 (December 31, 2010). Skull and roses cover, "Life after the Grateful Dead … Music marches on for The Others Ones and their spinoffs" {mag}
Goldsmith, Thomas, ed. 2004. The Bluegrass Reader. Urbana-Champaign: University of Illinois Press.
Goldwasser, Noë. 1973. The Tin Man Tinkles His Own Tune. Crawdaddy (September): 26-27. Re: Nicky Hopkins.
Good Times no 248 (May 5, 1980). Garcia cover.
Good Times no. 295 (February 9-22, 1982). Bob Weir cover
Goodman, Fred. 1989. Jerry Garcia: The Rolling Stone Interview. Rolling Stone no. 566 (November 30, 1989): 66-68, 73-74, 118. √
Goodman, Fred. 1992. The Dead Again … And Again … And Again. M Magazine, February 1992. electronic copy.
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Goodwin, Michael. 1971. Jerry Garcia at 700 MPH: Incidental Music at the Celebration of Life. Flash no. 0: 32-39 {mag, pdf, h}; http://deadsources.blogspot.com/2013/12/october-1970-jerry-garcia-interview.html
Grapevine magazine (Toronto, Canada), May 17, 1972. contains Carr 1972 about GD 19720321-28. √
Grateful Dead Almanac (1995). Jerry Garcia Memorial Issue.
Grateful Dead Almanac 1, 1 (Fall 1993). √
Grateful Dead Almanac 1, 2 (Winter/Spring 1994). (2x)
Grateful Dead Almanac 1, 3 (Summer 1994). √
Grateful Dead Almanac 10, 1 (Fall 2002). √
Grateful Dead Almanac 11, 1 (Fall 2003). √
Grateful Dead Almanac 12, 1 (Winter 2004). √
Grateful Dead Almanac 12, 3 (Summer 2005). √
Grateful Dead Almanac 13, 1 (Fall 2005). √
Grateful Dead Almanac 2, 1 (Fall 1994). √
Grateful Dead Almanac 2, 2 (Spring 1995). √
Grateful Dead Almanac 2, 3 (Summer 1995). √
Grateful Dead Almanac 3, 2 (Winter/Spring 1996). √
Grateful Dead Almanac 3, 3 (1996). √
Grateful Dead Almanac 4, 1 (1996). √
Grateful Dead Almanac 4, 2 (1997). √
Grateful Dead Almanac 4, 3 (1997). √
Grateful Dead Almanac 5, 1 (1997. √
Grateful Dead Almanac 5, 2 (1998). √
Grateful Dead Almanac 5, 3 (1998). √
Grateful Dead Almanac 6, 1 (1998. √
Grateful Dead Almanac 6, 2 (1999).
Grateful Dead Almanac 6, 3 (1999). √
Grateful Dead Almanac 7, 1 (1999). √
Grateful Dead Almanac 8, 1 (2000). √
Grateful Dead Almanac 9, 2 (Spring 2002). √
Grateful Dead Almanac 9, 3 (Summer 2002). √
Grateful Dead Almanac x, x (Fall 2001). √
Grateful Dead Comix no. 1. √
Grateful Dead Comix no. 2. √
Grateful Dead Comix no. 3. √
Grateful Dead Comix no. 5. √
Grateful Dead Comix no. 6. √
Grateful Dead Comix no. 7. √
Grateful Dead Comix, with introduction by Jerry Garcia.
Green Egg v28, no 110 (Autumn 1995). Jerry Garcia Memorial Issue.
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Grisman, David. 1995. My Friend Jerry. In DDN 1995, pp. 16-17.
Grisman, David. 2007. untitled. The Fader no. 46 (May-June): 100-101. {mag, ocr pdf}
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Grissim, John. 1975. The Dead after a Decade: 'Allah' Means Business. Rolling Stone, November 6, 1975, pp. 9, 12. 9/28/75 review and 9/29/75 chat with Garcia in Mill Valley. √
Grissim, John. 1975. The Dead After a Decade: Allah Means Business. Rolling Stone, November 6, p. unk; text via URL http://deadsources.blogspot.com/2012/12/september-28-1975-golden-gate-park.html, consulted 12/29/2014.
Groenke, Randy, and Mike Cramer. 1985 [1967]. One Afternoon Long Ago: A Previously Unpublished Interview With Jerry Garcia, 1967. Golden Road no. 7 (Summer): 24-28 {mag, pdf}. Also have audio. March 1967 interview.
Gross, Terry. 2012. The Fresh Air Interview: Peter Rowan Bluegrass Band. URL http://www.npr.org/2010/11/23/131545079/the-fresh-air-interview-peter-rowan-bluegrass-band.
Grossman, Jerry. 1977. Union Holds a Dead Party. Statesman (SUNY Stony Brook), October 31, 1977, p. 2; re 12/9/77
Grossman, Loyd. 1969. The Bonzo Dog Band, the Grateful Dead: Boston Tea Party, Boston. Fusion, November 14, p. unk. re gd1969-10-02 {pdf}
Grosswald, Mike and Glen Blavat. 1978. Jerry Garcia's Band Under the Stars. Happytimes (Philadelphia), March 31, 1978, p. 15. {mag, pdf, h} √ re CUTS
Gruber, Mike, et al. 1971. Grateful Dead: Sometime the Light's All Shining on Me, parts I and II. Harvard Independent, March 4 and March 11-17, 1971. [120, 121]
Grushkin, Paul D. 1971a. Jazz, Garcia on Tap Sunday. Stanford Daily, September 29, p. 7 preview JGMS 10/3/71
Grushkin, Paul D. 1971b. Garcia, Saunders Impressive at Frost. Stanford Daily, October 5, 1971, unknown page. Review of Garcia-Saunders 10/3/71. {pdf, h} √ see JGMF http://jgmf.blogspot.com/2010/06/jgms-october-3-1971-frost-ampitheater.html.
Grushkin, Paul D. 1977. Musical Notes on Recent Bay Area Performances. KPFA Folio (October): 21, 23. Some reflections on JGB 7/29-30/77.
Grushkin, Paul, ed. 1983. Grateful Dead: The Official Book of the Deadheads. New York: Quill.
Grushkin, Paul. 1987. The Art of Rock: Posters from Presley to Punk. Artworks photographed by Jon Sievert. New York: Abbeville Press Publishers.
Grushkin, Paul. D., and Kate Rosenbloom. 1971. Live Dead at the Harding. Stanford Daily (November 11, 1971), unknown page. Review of Harding Theater {pdf, h} √ http://deadsources.blogspot.com/2013/11/november-6-7-1971-harding-theatre-sf.html
Guitar Extra! 02, 03 (Fall 1991).
Guitar Player 05, 03 (April 1971). (2x) Garcia cover
Guitar Player 12, 10 (October 1978). Garcia cover
Guitar Player 22, 07 (Issue 223) (July 1988). (3x) Garcia cover
Guitar Player 25, 09 (Issue 260) (September 1991). Garcia cover
Guitar Player 29, 12 (Issue 312) (December 1995).
Guitar World 08, 09 (December 1987).
Guru, Mockturtle. 1969 Walking the Dog. Undated scan via Ross Hannan. Probably Tribe or SF Express. V-FDGH {jpg} re 7/20/69 show
Gutman, Barry. 1980. Jerry Garcia Band/Robert Hunter/Tower Theater/Feb. 23. Unknown publication. {jpg} review of JGB 2/23/80.
Haas, Charlie. 1979. Still Grateful After All These Years. New West v. 4 n. 26 (December 17, 1979), 56-69, 72-76. setup at 12/30/78 UCLA. filed end of 1979 {h}
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Halberstam, David. 1993. The Fifties. New York: Villard Books.
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Hamilton, Sylvia Clarke , "Aoxomoxoa photo shoot at Rancho Olompali: Bob Weir, Ken Babbs (?), Bill Kreutzmann, Phil Lesh, Jerry Garcia, Tom Constanten, Mickey Hart, Ron "Pigpen" McKernan, with photographer Tom Weir in the foreground," Grateful Dead Archive Online, accessed January 20, 2014, http://www.gdao.org/items/show/831005. Year is 1969.
Hamlin, Jesse. 1996. Grisman Keeps Garcia's Bluegrass Alive. San Francisco Sunday Examiner & Chronicle Datebook, March 10, 1996, p. 30. {pdf}
Hannan, Ross. 2009. The Grateful Dead San Quentin Performances: A Theory. Lost Live Dead, December 4, 2009, URL http://lostlivedead.blogspot.com/2009/12/grateful-dead-san-quentin-performances.html, consulted 8/5/2012.
Happytimes (Philadelphia), March 31, 1978. √
Hard Road 1, 1 (July 20, 1970). Contains Garcia interview from 6/22/70.
Harlan, Brian. 1976. Garcia Concert Mediocre. Good Times, March 4, 1976, p. 3. Negative review of JGB 2/26/76.
Harlow, Jay. 1973. Garcia, Saunders 'Together' At Boarding House Theater In SF. Stanford Daily, April 17, p. 7. Accessed via http://stanforddailyarchive.com/, 7/2/2015. re JGMS 4/13/73 {pdf}
Harris, Dave. 1966. Both/And Benefit at the Fillmore. Mojo Navigator #6, pp. 4-5.
Harris, David. 1970. Rock's First Family: Grateful Dead. Circus 4, 4 (March): 32-35 {h}. √
Harrison, Hank. 1973. The Dead Book: A Social History of the Grateful Dead. New York: Links. 2nd printing, w/ "Neal Cassady Raps" flexi-disc.
Harrison, Hank. 1980. The Dead. Millbrae, CA: Celestial Arts. (2x)
Harrison, Hank. 1980. The Relix Interview: Spencer Dryden. Relix 7, 3 (June): 23. {mag}
Hart, Mickey [as told to Cookie]. 1978. The Grateful Dead in Egypt. BAM no. 43 (November 3, 1978), pp. 28-33. Photos by Jerilyn Brandelius. {mag}
Hart, Mickey, and Fredric Lieberman. 1991. Planet Drum: A Celebration of Percussion and Rhythm. New York: HarperCollins.
Hart, Mickey, with Jay Stevens. 1990. Drumming at the Edge of Magic: A Journey Into the Spirit of Percussion. New York: HarperCollins. (2x) √
Hart, Mickey, with K.M. Kostyal. 2003. Songcatchers: In Search of the World's Music. Washington, DC: National Geographic Society.
Hart, Mickey. 2007. untitled. The Fader no. 46 (May-June): 101. {mag, ocr pdf}
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Harvey, Katie A. 2009. Embalming the Dead: Taping, Trading and Collecting the Aura of the Grateful Dead. Master of Arts Thesis, Tufts University, August. URL http://www.scribd.com/doc/26367749/Embaling-the-Grateful-Dead, consulted 12/18/2011.
Harvey, Richard. yyyy. Everybody knows about the New Riders of the Purple Sage: A Brief History of NRPS. Spiral Light no. 32: 56-59.59. √
Hawkins, Chuck, and George Shirk. 1973. Problems plague major concert bids. Daily Iowan, October 30, 1973, p. 3. Mention of 10/20/73 JGMS failed booking attempt. {pdf} √
Healy, Dan [as told to Cookie]. 1978. Inside the Great Pyramid. BAM no. 43 (November 3, 1978), p. 31. {mag}
Heckman, Don. 1972. Garcia Versatile with His Guitar. New York Times, January 23, 1972, p. 57. review of Garcia/Wales Academy show 1/21/72.
Heitman, Dianne. 1973. Merle [sic] & Jerry soar at Music Hall – so does audience. San Francisco Phoenix v.1 n.24 (August 10), p. 8. Positive review of 7/19/73. √
Helguera, Joseph. 1975. Garcia and the Legion. Washington Post, April 14, 1975, p. B9. negative review of 4/13/75 {doc, h}
Helland, Dave. 1973. In concert: the Dead. Daily Iowan, February 26, 1973, pp. 5-6. Review of 2/24/73. {pdf, jpg}
Helland, Dave. 1975. Vassar the Rockojazz Fiddler. Rolling Stone, August 14, p. 19. {pdf} √
Hendrickson, Mark David. 1991. Grateful Dead. Music Paper v.35 n.12 (July): 8-9. interview Jerry Garcia, Dan Healy, Bob Weir. Interview conducted Nassau. ca. 3/27-29/91. discuss OFTV, Deadheads, Weir songs (PITB, Mexicali Blues), venue issues. {mag, pdf}
Henke, James. 1991. Dead's Immortality Baffles Garcia. San Francisco Chronicle Datebook, October 27, 1991, p. 41.
Henke, James. 1991. The Rolling Stone Interview: Jerry Garcia. Rolling Stone, October 31, 34-40, 103, 106, 108.
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Herron, Celia. 1977. Grateful Dead— alive and recording. Independent-Journal (San Rafael, CA), July 7, 1977, p. 21.
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Hieronymous, Stan. 1973. Grateful Dead Concert A Sociological Happening. Champaign-Urbana News-Gazette, February 22, 1973, p. 32. Review of 2/21/73. {jpg}
Higashi, April, ed. 2005. Jerry Garcia: The collected artwork / preface by Bob Dylan ; foreword by Mickey Hart.. New York : Thunder's Mouth Press (2x).
High Times no. 162 (February 1989) (Garcia on cover; title: "Jerry speaks")
High Times no. 180 (August 1990). (Bob Weir on cover)
High Times no. xxx (November 1995).
Hilburn, Robert. 1972. The Rapid Rise of David Geffen. San Francisco Chronicle, September 4, 1972, p. 38.
Hilburn, Robert. 1973. Rock '$' Rollers … to Coin a Phrase. New York Times, May 19, 1973, p. B7. re: 5/29-30/73.
Hildebrand, Lee. ND. Blues on Seventh Street: Recollections of the West Oakland scene in its heyday. The Monthly, URL http://www.themonthly.com/upfront1302.html, consulted 1/24/2015. √
Hill, Jack W. 1994. Keyboardist Performs Songs of Planet Earth. Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, October 30, p. 1E. re: Merl.
Himes, Geoffrey. 1989. Garcia, Weir and a Grateful Crowd at Merriweather. Washington Post, September 2, 1989, p. C6. review of 9/1/89 {h, doc}
Hluchan, Rich. 1972. Concert Seen As Test For Future Gym Events. Hoya (Georgetown University),  November 12, 1970, p. unk, text at URL http://deadsources.blogspot.com/2014/08/october-23-1970-mcdonough-gym.html, consulted 9/5/2014. expost 10/23/70
Hochman, Steve. 1985. The Dead in its 'Twilight Zone' Phase. Los Angeles Times, November 15, 1985, p. H2.
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Hopkins, Jerry. 1972. The Beautiful Dead Hit Europe. Rolling Stone, June 22, 1972, p. 18.
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Hunt, Dennis. 1971. GD at Berkeley Concert. San Francisco Chronicle, August 16, 1971, p. 40. {pdf} [138] extremely negative review of 8/14/71
Hunt, Dennis. 1971. It's Music Not Money That Counts. San Francisco Chronicle, March 14, 1971, pp. 8, 11. {jpg} v-Both/And, v-Harding_Theater
Hunt, Dennis. 1972. That Ol' Bluegrass Sound. San Francisco Chronicle, July 13, 1972, p. 42. Re Earl Scruggs Revue at Boarding House 7/11/72.
Hunt, Dennis. 1972a. Guitarist Jerry Garcia Never Stops. San Francisco Chronicle (January 10), p. 42. [168] re Jan. 7, 1972. {pdf} √
Hunt, Dennis. 1972b. Playing Small Rock Clubs is a 'Release From the Dead'. San Francisco Chronicle Datebook, April 9, 1972, p. 8. √
Hunt, Dennis. 1980. Surviving with the Grateful Dead. Los Angeles Times, June 27, pp. G1, G10. Preview GD UCLA 6/29/80. √
Hunt, Ken. 1980. David Grisman and Tony Rice. Swing 51 no. 1: 20-37. {mag, ocr pdf}
Hunt, Ken. 1982a. Jerry Garcia: Folk, Bluegrass and Beyond [part I]. Swing 51 no. 6: 8-12. {mag, pdf, h}
Hunt, Ken. 1982b. Peter Rowan [part III]. Swing 51 no. 6: 24-32, plus discography pp. 33-34. {mag, pdf
Hunt, Ken. 1983. Jerry Garcia: Folk, Bluegrass and Beyond [part II]. Swing 51 no. 7: pp. 22-28. {mag, pdf, h}
Hunt, Ken. 1984. Review of Jerry Garcia Band, Run for the Roses. Swing 51 no. 7, pp. 53-54. {mag, pdf}
Hunt, Ken. 1984. Tom Constanten: Conversation Pieces, Part I, The Keys to the Dead. Swing 51 no. 8, pp. 30-35. {mag, pdf}
Hunt, Ken. 1984. Words From Wyoming, Comments on California & Sayings About SF, Part I. Swing 51 no. 8, pp. 14-19, 26. interview with John Perry Barlow {mag, pdf}
Hunter, Robert. 1976. Jerry Garcia: "Enlightened". Ithacan, September 16, 1976, p. 10. {jpg}
Hunter, Robert. 1990. A Box of Rain: Collected Lyrics of Robert Hunter. New York: Viking Press.
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Hunter, Robert. 1995. An Elegy for Jerry. In DDN 1995, p. 1.
Hurwitz, Miles, and Karl Schroeder. 1976. Nice Guys Finish First: Crosby and Nash Interview. BAM no. 5 (August): 12-13.
Hurwitz, Miles. 1979. A World of Drums: A Candid Interview with Grateful Dead Drummers Bill Kreutzmann and Mickey Hart. (Photos by Ed Perlstein) BAM no. 62 (August 17, 1979), pp. 36-37, 43-44. {mag}
Hurwitz, Miles. 1980. Mickey Hart: Up the River & Other Tales. BAM no. 86 (August 29, 1980), pp. 38-39. {mag}
Image (San Francisco Examiner magazine). 1988. October 30, 1988. Garcia cover.
In Concert Quarterly v.1, n.1 (September 1979). "The magazine for the concert tape connoisseur"
Infusino, Divina. 1980. Grateful Dead, fans connect. Milwaukee Journal, May 31, 1980, p. 8. Review of 5/30/80 GD show. Accessed via Google News archives.
International Musician and Recording World 7, 2 (May 1981). Garcia cover.
Island-Ear no. 338 (March 24-April 6, 1992).
Itkowitz, Jay. 1970. Interview with Jerry Garcia. Action World 2, 5 (November). Have electronic copy. [103]
Jackson, Blair and Gans, David. Forthcoming. This Is All a Dream We Dreamed: An Oral History of the Grateful Dead. Flatiron Books.
Jackson, Blair, and David Gans. 1981a. Checking in With Jerry Garcia '81: Part One. BAM no. 111 (August 28): 20-23.
Jackson, Blair, and David Gans. 1981b. Checking in With Jerry Garcia '81: Part Two. BAM no. 112 (September 11): 27-29.
Jackson, Blair, and Regan McMahon. 1985. Garcia: On Film, Video & 'The Twilight Zone'. Golden Road no. 6 (Spring): 8-12. Conducted 3/8/85
Jackson, Blair, and Regan McMahon. 1986a. Candace: If the Thunder Don't Get You, Then the Lightning Will. Golden Road no. 9 (Winter): 11-15. {mag}
Jackson, Blair, and Regan McMahon. 1986b. Kesey: A Day on the Farm. Golden Road no. 11 (Fall): 20-31.
Jackson, Blair, and Regan McMahon. 1987. John Kahn: Garcia's longtime ally looks back. Golden Road no. 13 (Winter): 26-31. {mag, pdf}
Jackson, Blair, and Regan McMahon. 1988. Garcia … Listen to the Music Play: An Interview, 10/28/88. Golden Road no. 18 (Fall): 30-42. {mag, pdf}
Jackson, Blair. 1976. Grateful Dead at the Orpheum. BAM no. 5 (August): 8-9.
Jackson, Blair. 1976. Record Reviews: Diga, by the Diga Rhythm Band (Round Records). BAM no. 4 (July): 5.
Jackson, Blair. 1977. New Riders of the Purple Sage: Back in the Saddle Again. BAM (May 1977): 19, 21.
Jackson, Blair. 1980. Dead Heads: A Strange Tale of Love, Devotion and Surrender. BAM no. 76 (April 4, 1980), pp. xxx-xxx. {mag}.
Jackson, Blair. 1980. L.A.'s New 'Country Club'. BAM no. 76 (April 4, 1980), p. 16. Re v-Country_Club-Reseda-CA {jpg}
Jackson, Blair. 1983. Grateful Dead: The Music Never Stopped. London: Plexus. (2x)
Jackson, Blair. 1983. Live Action: Jerry Garcia Band. BAM, February 25, 1983, p. 14. review of 1/22/83 JGB {h, jpg}
Jackson, Blair. 1984a. Roots: Under the Dead's Covers. Golden Road 01 (Winter): 11-17. songs: BIODTL, VLB, Schoolgirl, Rain & Snow, SOTOTW, Minglewood, Big RxR, Morning Dew, Lovelight, DDHNM, AWBYGN, BBM, MAMU, Mama Tried, Bobby McGee, GDTRFB, Big RxR, NFA, JBG, You Win Again, Hurts Me Too, IKYR, Katie Mae, Wake Up Lil Suzie, Smokestack Lightnin, HTH, All Around This World, Promised Land, El Paso, Big River, A&A, Dancin', Samson, Good Lovin', Don't Ease, Race Is On, Jackaroe, On the Road Again, OBIANL, Rosalie McFall, Deep Elem, Monkey and the Engineer, Rooster, a few originals briefly discussed {mag, pdf, h}
Jackson, Blair. 1984b. More Roots. Golden Road no. 02 (Spring): 28-29. Songs: Next Time You See Me, Revolution, Fennario, Satisfaction, It's All Over Now, C.C. Rider, Man Smart Woman Smarter {mag, pdf}
Jackson, Blair. 1984c. Roots, Part 3. Golden Road no. 03 (Summer): 32-34. Songs: Sing Me Back Home; Spoonful; I Second That Emotion; Stealin'; Dear Mr. Fantasy; Walking The Dog; Goodnight Irene
Jackson, Blair. 1984d. Roots, Part 4. Golden Road no. 04 (Fall): 32-33. Songs: Why Don't We Do It In The Road?; That's All Right; It's All Over Now, Baby Blue; I Just Want To Make Love To You; The Same Thing; New Orleans; Hog For You Baby.
Jackson, Blair. 1985. Clowning in the Band: The GD Meet the Press. Golden Road no. 7 (Summer): 10-13. Re 6/14/85 press conference
Jackson, Blair. 1985. Deadline: The Latest News & Rumor Control. Golden Road no. 7 (Summer): 6-9.
Jackson, Blair. 1985. Roots, Part 7. Golden Road no. 7 (Summer): 36-37. Keep on Growing, She Belongs To Me, Cocaine Habit Blues, Walking Blues. {mag, pdf}
Jackson, Blair. 1985. The Animated World of Gary Gutierrez. Golden Road no. 8 (Fall): 24-27. Sirens of Titan mention; mostly GD movie and Twilight Zone. {mag} √
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Jackson, Blair. 1985b. Roots, Part 5. Golden Road no. 05 (Winter): 33. Songs: Nobody's Fault But Mine; Gloria; Down In The Bottom; Ain't It Crazy; I Ain't Superstitious.
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MacDonald, Patrick. 1976. An evening of song from Jerry Garcia. Seattle Times, March 8, 1976, p. A16. positive review of 3/6/76. {pdf, h}
MacDonald, Patrick. 1978. Hall & Oates' state-of-art concert. Seattle Times, October 30, 1978, p. A19. contains brief negative review of JGB 10/28/78 {pdf, h}
MacDonald, Patrick. 1984. Garcia Band tours while Dead is inactive. Seattle Times, January 13, 1984, p. TEMPO-6. {pdf}
Magical Blend no. 41 (through January 1994).
Maloney, Darren. 1981. Crowd loves bored Garcia. Brown and White, February 10, p. 6. review of JGB 2/5/81. √
Mandel, William K. 1973. Garcia Plays Bluegrass at Ambler. Philadelphia Evening Bulletin, June 13, 1973, p. unknown. Review of OAITW 6/11/73. {pdf}
Mandel, William K. 1973. Grateful Dead Put on 5-Hour Show. Philadelphia Evening-Bulletin, March 26, 1973, p. 18. review of GD 3/24/73 NB JG playing banjo all afternoon at the Spectrum {jpg}
Manglaviti, Leo M., Ph.D. 1975. The Legion of Mary Shines on in Scranton. Clipping from undetermined newspaper, 4/27/75, p. unk. Re LOM 4/12/75 positive review.
Marcus, Greil. 1997. The Old, Weird America. Anthology of American Folk Music, edited by Harry Smith, liner notes, Smithsonian Folkways 40090
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Marino, Ed. 1980. Garcia sounds crisp, honest. Asbury Park Press, July 28, 1980, p. unk. positive review of JGB 7/26/80a
Mark, Jeff. 1995. Deadheads: A Neo-Pagan Community. Green Egg no. 110 (Autumn): 4-7, 56. {mag}
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Masters of Rock. 1991. Grateful Dead, issue 6. (2x)
Masterson, Jack. 1971. Grateful Dead springs to life, treats blues fans to lively show. Chronicle-Telegram (Elyria, OH), November 2, 1971, p. 7. Positive review of 10/29/71 Allan Theatre. "One of the liveliest concerts ever to come to the Cleveland area."
Mayer, Ira. 1973. Va. Bluegrass Fest Attracts 45,000, 40 Acts and Tension. Billboard Vol. 85, No. 25 (June 23, 1973), p. 18. re: 6/8/73 {jpg, h}
McCarthy, Todd. 1972. Meet the Man Behind the Music. Stanford Daily, May 12, p. 5. Bill Graham
McClanahan, Ed. 1972. Grateful Dead I Have Known. Playboy 19, 3 (March): 84-86, 108, 218-228. [178] {mag, txt, h}
McCollum, Charlie. 1975. Risen from the Dead. Washington Star, November 3, 1975, p. unk. Re 11/2/75 JGB {jpg}
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McDonough, Jack. 1972. The Jefferson Airplane today. Night Times, September 6-19, 1972, p. 4.
McDonough, Jack. 1972. This seventeen year-old Latino plays lead guitar in the City's fastest rising rock band. Their name is Malo. That means bad in Spanish. And they may be the baddest yet. Night Times 2, 2 (January 26 – February 8, 1972): 1, 3.
McDonough, Jack. 1975. A Fogerty Calling Card: His New 'Myopia' Album. Billboard vol. 87 no. 8 (February 22, 1975), p. 34; accessed via Google Books {jpg, h}
McDonough, Jack. 1975. Bay Area Studios in Steady Growth. Billboard, November 15, 1975, pp. 3, 22, 76. {pdf}√
McDonough, Jack. 1976a. Backbeat. Independent Journal Funfinder (San Rafael, CA), November 20, 1976, p. 9.
McDonough, Jack. 1976b. On Live Music and Politics. Independent-Journal (San Rafael, CA) Funfinder, November 27, 1976, p. 12. √
McDonough, Jack. 1977. San Francisco Clubs: Competition Grows Tougher From New Owners, Local Showcases. Billboard, October 29, 1977, pp. 42, 50, 52; accessed via Google Books.
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McDonough, Jack. 1978. The magical art of Kelley and Mouse. BAM no. 43 (November 3, 1978), p. 26. {mag}
McDonough, Jack. 1979. New Venues Blossoming Throughout Bay Area. Billboard v91 n15 (April 14, 1979), pp. 41-42. Accessed via Google Books, 4/21/2011. Includes information on Concord Pavilion, Kabuki Theatre, Fox-Warfield, Old Waldorf, Sherwood Hall, Spartan Stadium, Oakland Auditorium,
McDonough, Jack. 1981. ConcertClub Innovation Tried By 3 S.F. Area Niteries. Billboard, October 17, p. 36; accessed via Google Books. {jpg} √
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McGuinn, Jim. 1973. Garcia and Saunders. door 5, 1(June 14-19), p. 14. Re: Ash Grove 5/29-30/73.
McKale, Andy. 1972. Bob "Ace" Weir: Inside Straight on the Dead's Full House. Crawdaddy (September): 25-28. {h, ocr pdf}
McLennan, Scott. 1993a. Undead Jerry Garcia unwinds with his own band. Worcester Telegram & Gazette, November 14, 1993, p. 8. preview of 11/15/93, some good general analysis of JGB{doc, h}
McLennan, Scott. 1993b. Garcia Show Funky and Upbeat. Worcester Telegram & Gazette, November 16, 1993, p. C3. review of 11/15/93 {doc, h}
McMahon, Regan. 1979. The Keystones: A Decade of Cheap Beer … And Good Music. BAM no. 65, October 5, 1979, pp. 50, 54. {mag, h} √
McManus, Richard. 1976. Garcia: arcs, cascades. Carolina, April 8, 1976, p. 5. Positive review of 4/4/76 JGB.
McNally, Dennis, and Corry Arnold. ND. The McNally-Arnold Jerry Garcia List. Typescript. PDF available upon request. See JGMF xxx.
McNally, Dennis. 2002. A Long Strange Trip: The Inside History of the Grateful Dead. New York: Broadway Books.
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Melody Maker 50.52 (December 27, 1975). "Who's Who in San Francisco", including GASB. [385]
Meyer, Bruce. 1975. Reincarnation of the Grateful Dead. Los Angeles Times, June 5, 1975, p. G19. mention of LOM.
Meyer, Bruce. 1975. The Long, Strange Trip of the Grateful Dead. Playground Daily News, May 8, 1975 (morning edition), p. 6D. OAITW, LOM mentions, Garcia quote. {pdf}. This is a United Press International syndicated piece, so picked up in lots of local rags.
Meyer, Scott. 2001. Deadhead Forever. Philadelphia, PA: Courage Books.
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Mikal. Various issues of St. Mikal newsletter.
Mike Greuber, Charles Beichman, Rex Browning and Hank Baig, "Just Keep on Truckin'," unknown publication, review of 2/19/71 from dead.net {jpg}
Milano, Dominic, and Tom Mulhern. 1977. Phil Lesh: Grateful Dead's Bassist. Guitar Player 11, 11 (November): 24, 106, 108, 110. {mag, doc} NGC
Miles, Barry. 2004. Hippie. New York: Sterling.
Milkowski, Bill. 1982. Bobby's Spin-Off Band. Good Times no. 295 (February 9-22): 17-18. {magazine, pdf} √
Miner, Stephen Dorian. 1993. It's In the Air: An Interview with Merl Saunders. Relix 20, 4 (August): 16-17.
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Mix 11, 7 (July 1987).
Mojo 23 (October 1995).
Mojo Navigator R&R News 1, 1 (August 8, 1966). {pdf}
Mojo Navigator R&R News 1, 2 (August 16, 1966) {pdf}. Article on Straight theater
Mojo Navigator R&R News 1, 3 (August 23, 1966) {pdf}
Mojo Navigator R&R News 1, 4 (August 30, 1966) {pdf} GD interview!
Mojo Navigator R&R News 1, 5 (September 7, 1966 {pdf} GD interview pt. 2
Mojo Navigator R&R News 1, 6 (September 18, 1966) {pdf}
Mojo Navigator R&R News 1, 7 (September 27, 1966) {pdf}
Mojo Navigator R&R News 1, 8 (October 5, 1966) {pdf} BBHC interview. NB an extraneous page at the end, or out of order
Mojo Navigator R&R News 1, 9 (October 17, 1966). {pdf} more pagination problems or missing pages
Mojo no. 113 (April 2003). GD cover, vintage early band pic; "Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane; the topsy turvy world of the Summer of Love".
Moore, Carman. 1971. New Time. Village Voice, September 2 1971, p. unk, text at URL http://deadsources.blogspot.com/2013/11/august-26-1971-gaelic-park-nyc.html, consulted 9/14/2014. re GD 8/26/71
Moore, Jerry. 1974. Positively 4th Street Revisited. Relix 1, 1 (November-December): pp. 11-12.
Moore, Jerry. 1975. Expressway to Your Heart. Relix 2,2 (March-April): R-S.
Moore, Jerry. 1975. Retirement. Relix 2,5 (September-October): 6-7.
Moore, Jerry. 1976a. Tape Review: Old & In The Way. Relix 3, 2 (March-April 1976) (as Dead Relix): 10. {mag, jpg}
Moore, Jerry. 1976b. Merl & Jerry. Relix 3, 3 (May-June): 6-8. {mag, pdf} Analyzes paths of Jerry and Merl post-LOM, includes review of 4/1/76.
Moore, Jerry. 1976c. 6 Hours Before the Mast. Relix 3, 6 (October): 14-16. Reprinted in Relix 10, 5-6 (December yyyy): 19. re: 9/15/76. {pdf, h}
Moriarty, Dave. 1968a. Family Dog Denies Pissing in Doorways. San Francisco Express Times vol. 1 no. 43 (November 13, 1968), pp. 4, 14. V-FDGH.
Moriarty, Dave. 1968b. Family Dog Beaten. San Francisco Express Times vol. 1 no. 44 (November 20, 1968), p. 6. v-FDGH
Moriarty, Dave. 1968c. Dead Dog. San Francisco Express Times, xxx 1968, p. 6. {h, jpg}. re v-FDGH
Morley, Paul. 1981. Grateful Dead: What A Long Predictable Trip It's Become. New Musical Express, March 28, p. unk. √
Morris, Chris. 1995. Grateful Dead's Garcia Leaves Legacy. Billboard, August 19, 1995, pp. 6, 12. {h}
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Morse, Steve. 1978a. Get-together With Garcia. Boston Globe, March 15, 1978, p. 60. re 3/14/78 {pdf}
Morse, Steve. 1978b. Nightlife: The End of an Era. Boston Globe, March 23, 1978, p. A6. re Paul's Mall {pdf} √
Morse, Steve. 1978c. Maria Muldaur Regroups. Boston Globe, April 13, 1978, p. A4. {pdf} √
Morse, Steve. 1980. Potent Chordal Assault. Boston Globe, February 16, 1980, p. 1. review of 2/15/80. {pdf, h}
Morse, Steve. 1980. The Grateful Dead Lives On. Boston Globe, May 8, 1980, p. 1.
Morse, Steve. 1984. Life Better Than Ever for Garcia. Boca Raton News, October 5, 1984, p. 9B. Based on late September interview with Jerry, who is chipper and lucid (-sounding!). {h}
Morse, Steve. 1985. The Grateful Dead rally back. Boston Globe, November 5, 1985, p. 22. Positive review of GD 11/4/85 {h, jpg}
Morse, Steve. 1986. The '60s Revisited. Boston Globe, February 3, 1986, p. 22. review of 2/1/86 JGJK {doc, h}
Morse, Steve. 1989. A Weekend Of Treats For The Faithful: Jerry Garcia Beats The Traffic. Boston Globe, September 11, 1989, p. 29. re 9/10/89 {pdf, h}
Morse, Steve. 1991a. Hanging Out Backstage In The Hideaway Of Jerry Garcia. Boston Globe, September 24, 1991, p. 69. {doc, h}
Morse, Steve. 1991b. A cheery Garcia recharges with an oldies party. Boston Globe, November 14, 1991, p. 74. re 11/13/91 {pdf, h}
Muleskinner News (October 1974). No JG content.
Muleskinner News 01, 05 (September-October 1970) (no JG) √
Muleskinner News 01, 05 (September-October 1974). No JG content. √1970) (no JG)
Muleskinner News 03, 05 (July 1972) (no JG) √
Muleskinner News 04, 05 (May 1973). Vassar Clements cover.
Muleskinner News 04, 08 (August 1973) contains info on 9/73 OAITW dates. √
Muleskinner News 04, 12 (December 1973) (no JG)
Muleskinner News 04, 12 (December 1973) (no JG) √
Muleskinner News 05, 01 (January 1974)
Muleskinner News 05, 02 (March 1974) (2x) (no JG) √
Muleskinner News 05, 05 (May 1974) (no JG) √
Muleskinner News 05, 07 (July 1974) (no JG) √
Muleskinner News 06, 09 (September 1975) (no JG) √
Muller, Hervé. 1972. Le Dead en Concert. Best no 47 (June): pp. 70-73. {mag, doc, h} √
Muller, Hervé. 1974. Bob & Jerry. Rock & Folk no. 93 (October), pp. 44-51. 1973 interview in San Rafael with Jerry, David Grisman, and Bob Weir.
Murray, Charles Shaar. 1974. Hey Jerry! How the hell do ya play them five hour sets without slinkin' off for a leak? New Musical Express, September 21, 1974, pp. 13-14. [324]
Music Exchange 2, 2 (February 1982). Bob Weir cover and article.
Music Gig 2, 13 (August 1976).
Music Paper v. 35 n. 12 (July 1991) (Garcia and Hart cover).
Musician no. 134 (December 1989). (3x)
Musician no. 149 (March 1991). (2x) Garcia and Elvis Costello cover.
Musician no. 215 (October 1996). Garcia cover.
Musician Player& Listener no. 36 (September-October 1981). (2x)
Muther Grumble. 1972. Interview with Jerry Garcia. Issue 5 (May 1972).
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National Public Radio. 1993. David Grisman, Jerry Garcia Team Up on Children's Album. Segment Number 15, Show Number 1196, October 18, 1993.
Nelson, Erik. 1990. A Death in the Family: Patrick Liam Shanahan's Last Grateful Dead Show. LA Weekly, May 4-10, 1990, pp. 17-27. {clippings}
NetGuide 2, 3 (March 1995).
Nevin, George. 1974. Country Music Festival Keeps Bluegrass Fans Stompin' Feet. Marin Independent-Journal, April 29, 1974, p. 1. re GSCBF. {pdf, h}
New West v. 4 n. 26 (December 17, 1979).
New Yorker, October 11, 1993.
Newell, Theron. 1975. Olompali – Where History Was Made. Marin Independent Journal, Independent Journal, Marin Magazine, June 7, 1975, pp. M1, M4.
Newsday Magazine (September 9, 1990).
Newsweek, August 21, 1995.
Nichols, Natalie. 1984. Audience able to relate to Hunter and Garcia through their expressive and creative music. Daily Collegian (Pennsylvania State University), November 19, 1984, p. 13. positive review of 11/16/84. {pdf, h} what an improbable title!
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Organ 1, 8 (June 1971).
Oui v. 9 no. 8 (August 1980).
Pagliasotti, Jim. 1970. Mammoth Gardens Opening Success, With Too Many Bodies. Denver Post, April 24, 1970, p. 30. {jpg}
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Paris, Kim. 1976c. Dead Ahead. BAM no. 4 (July): 21.
Paris, Kim. 1976d. Dead Ahead. BAM no. 7 (October): x2 [first digital possibly a '3', but uncertain].
Parish, Steve. 2003. Home Before Daylight: My Life on the Road with the Grateful Dead. New York: St. Martin's Press.
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Parrish, Michael. Xxxx. Dawg Speaks – David Grisman's World of Music. Sing Out! 42 (4): 56-63. {h}
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Pasa, Enrique. 1976. Jerry Garcia: Life After the Dead. Austin Sun, March 25 – April 7, 1976, pp. 3, 5. positive review of 3/20/76 Austin. {pdf} read, not noted
Patton, Barry. 1975. Legion of Mary: Grateful Living. Bugle American v. 6, n. 15 (no. 200), April 23, 1975, p. 40. re: 4/19/75
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Pecy, Brian. 1969. Grateful Dead. Mass Media, unknown date, p. 7 {jpg} review of GD 10/4/69
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People Weekly Special Tribute Issue: Jerry Garcia, 1942-1995.
People, August 21, 1995.
Perone, James E. 2006. The Sound of Stevie Wonder: His Words and Music. New York: Praeger.
Perry, Charles. 1973. A New Life for the Dead. Rolling Stone 148 (November 22): 48-58.
Perry, Charles. 1975. Nine Hours of Peace, Love and Sports: Dylan, Brando and Co. Work for SNACK. Rolling Stone no. 186 (May 8): 11-13, 15. Expost SNACK Benefit 3/23/75, Kezar Stadium
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Peters, Catherine. 1981. Dead Ahead. Pacific Sun, February 13-19, 5-10, 14-16. re Rock Scully
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Peterson, Clark. 1978. Is the Grape Improving with Age? Relix 5, 2 (May-June): 30-31. {mag}
Petty, Roy. 1970. Pioneers Become the Common 'Dead'. Chicago Tribune, November 30, 1970, p. B16. review of 11/27/70 GD/NRPS {pdf, h} √ Transcription URL http://deadsources.blogspot.com/2015/08/november-27-1970-syndrome-chicago-il.html.
Plankton, Lawrence. 1978. The Spirit of the 60s is Alive at Peter VanKleef's Rio Theater. BAM no. 26 (January): 59-60. {mag, noted}
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Platt, John. 1981. Phil Lesh: Reddy Killowatt Speaks! Comstock Lode no. 9 (Autumn 1981), 3 pp. seems to have been conducted March 1981 while GD in UK. [628] {pdf}
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Playbill 87.10 (October 1987): 33-48. Includes "Why Broadway" by Steve Parish.
Playboy19, 3 (March 1972). (2x)
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Pollstar. 1991. Pollstar 1991 Year-End Special Edition: Year of the Dead, December 31. {mag}
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Pouncey, Edwin. 1981. Dead fans 'awake' shocker. Melody Maker, unknown clipping. Review of GD 3/21/81. Artifact #84.
Pouncey, Edwin. 1989. Return of the Living Dead. New Music Express, October 21, pp. 44-45. conducted 7/13 or 14/89. {clipping, pdf, h} √
Powell, George. 2000. Musical Mates. San Francisco Examiner Magazine, September 24, 2000, pp. 4-5. re: JGDG
Power, Keith. 1969. The Psychedelic Strikers. San Francisco Chronicle, July 31, 1969, p. 2. Re Light Artists' Guild Strike.
Pratte, Bob. 1994. Jerry Garcia lets good old times roll. Press-Enterprise (Riverside, CA), May 16, 1994, p. C5. re: 5/13/94
Priddy, Tom. 1985. The Grateful Dead's 20th Anniversary Tour Comes to Columbia. Roundabout Columbia 1, 5 (October 24-November 6), pp. 5, 20. Well informed preview of the GD's 10/31/85 gig in Columbia, SC. {h}
Pritchard, Rob. 1972. Grateful Dead Resurrect Country, Blues, Jazz. Cavalier Daily (University of Virginia), October 6, 1972, p. 2. Accessed via Google News. Analysis of GD music ca. late '72 shows in DC and Philly {doc, h}
Pruitt, Felton. ND. Chewing the FAT with John Kahn. Unpublished transcript of interview conducted with John Kahn, May 6, 1996. {pdf} √
Pugsley, Don. 1973. Grateful Dead: right out of the coffins of music. Daily Iowan vol. 105 no. 130, February 23, 1973, pp. 1, 3. {pdf} re 2/24/73.
Puterbaugh, Parke. 1991. Jerry Garcia/David Grisman. Rolling Stone n614 (Oct 3, 1991 n614): pp118(1). DVD
Putnam, Thomas. 1970. Orchestra, Two Bands In Concert. Courier-Express (Buffalo, NY), March 18, 1970, p. unk. Re 3/17/70 {jpg}
Ragg, R.B. 1974. Life Out on the Side. Oakland Tribune, July 21, 1974, p. 3-RAP. Martin Fierro {pdf, h}
Raker, Merrie. 1976. Benson Coming to I.C. Ithacan, December 2, p. 10. re attendance 9/18/76. √
Rakow, Ron. n.d. The Apparent Biography. URL http://ronrakow.com/small/index.htm, electronic copy available upon request to the author.
Rare Frequencies (June 2013). article on Peter Rowan.
Razler, David M. 1977. Garcia Fans Foiled in Plan to Camp in Union. (SUNY Stony Brook) Statesman, October 31, 1977, p. 3, accessed online; re 12/9/77
Record (June 1982).
Record Collector News 1, 6 (March-April 2009). Garcia drawing on cover, Kubernik article within.
ReDavid, and Carl Gottlieb. 1988. Long Time Gone: The Autobiography of David Crosby. New York: Doubleday.
Reich, Charles. 2003 [1972]. Introduction. In Garcia, Reich and Wenner 2003 [1972], xi-xxi. √
Reilly, Chris. 1979. Dead success a mystery to guitarist Jerry Garcia. Daily Collegian (Pennsylvania State University), May 10, 1979, p. 22. conducted 5/8/79 {pdf, h}
Reisner, Neil H. 1993. Halloween Show Without the Dead: Jerry Garcia Reveals Influences. The Record, November 2, 1993, p. B11. re 10/31/93 {doc, h}
Reiss, Geoffrey. 1983. He's Heavy, and He's 'Dead'. Statesman (SUNY Stony Brook) v27 n37, Alternatives section, December 7, 1983, p. 3A. re: 12/4/83. {pdf, h}
Relix 03, 2 (March-April 1976) (as Dead Relix) √
Relix 03, 3 (May-June 1976) (as Dead Relix) √
Relix 03, 4 (July-August 1976) (as Dead Relix) √ (2x)
Relix 03, 5 (September-October 1976) (as Dead Relix) √
Relix 03, 6 (November-December 1976) (as Dead Relix) √
Relix 04, 1 (January-February 1977).
Relix 04, 4 (Summer 1977) (Garcia Cover) √
Relix 05, 2 (May-June 1978). Scanned √
Relix 05, 6 (November 1978) (photo issue) √
Relix 06, 6 (December 1979).
Relix 07, 3 (June 1980) ($4.99)
Relix 07, 4 (August 1980).
Relix 07, 5 (October 1980).
Relix 08, 1 (February 1981). √
Relix 08, 2 (April 1981).
Relix 08, 5 (October 1981).
Relix 09, 1 (February 1982).
Relix 09, 2 (April 1982).
Relix 09, 3 (June 1982). √
Relix 09, 4 (August 1982).
Relix 10, 2 (April 1983).
Relix 10, 3 (June 1983). Has article on Matthew Kelly, GD, Hunter
Relix 10, 4 (August 1983).
Relix 10, 6 (October 1983).
Relix 11, 2 (April 1984). √
Relix 11, 3 (June 1984) (as Dead Relix) (2x).
Relix 11, 5 (October 1984). √
Relix 12, 1 (February 1985) (as Dead Relix) (2x).
Relix 12, 2 (April 1985). √
Relix 12, 3 (June-August 1985). √
Relix 13, 1 (February 1986). √
Relix 13, 2 (April 1986). √
Relix 13, 4 (August 1986). √
Relix 13, 5 (October 1986). √
Relix 13, 6 (year end 1986). √
Relix 14, 1 (February 1987). (2x)
Relix 14, 2 (April 1987) (as Dead Relix).
Relix 14, 3 (June/August 1987) (double issue).
Relix 14, 5 (October 1987) (as Dead Relix).
Relix 15, 1 (February 1988).
Relix 15, 2 (April 1988).
Relix 15, 3 (June 1988).
Relix 15, 3 (June 1988).
Relix 15, 4 (August 1988).
Relix 15, 5 (October 1988).
Relix 15, 6 (December 1988).
Relix 16, 2 (April 1989). √
Relix 16, 4 (August 1989). √
Relix 16, 5 (October 1989).
Relix 16, 6 (December 1989).
Relix 17, 1 (February 1990). (2x)
Relix 17, 2 (April 1990). √
Relix 17, 3 (June 1990).
Relix 17, 4 (August 1990). √
Relix 17, 5 (October 1990).
Relix 18, 2 (April 1991).
Relix 18, 3 (June 1991). (2x?) √
Relix 19, 1 (February 1992). (2x)
Relix 19, 2 (April 1992). (2x?, one with Cover detached) √
Relix 19, 3 (June 1992). (2x)
Relix 19, 4 (August 1992) (2x).
Relix 19, 6 (December 1992).
Relix 20, 4 (August 1993).
Relix 20, 4 (August 1993). 20th anniv edition. Also includes reproduction of vol. 1 no. 1. Still in original plastic, albeit with torn-off address label (hole in plastic).
Relix 22, 4 (August 1995).
Relix 22, 5 (October 1995).
Relix 22, 6 (December 1995).
Relix 23, 1 (February 1996).
Relix 23, 2 (April 1996). (2x)
Relix 23, 4 (August 1996).
Relix 23, 6 (December 1996).
Relix 24, 2 (April 1997).
Relix 24, 3 (June 1997).
Relix 24, 4 (August 1997).
Relix 24, 6 (December 1997).
Relix 25, 4 (August 1998). √
Relix 25, 6 (December 1998).
Relix 26, 5 (October 1999).
Relix 32 (August 2005.)
Rense, Rip. 1985. Jerry Garcia: Busted but Unbowed. Musician no. 82 (August 1985): 9-10, 13.
Rense, Rip. 1987. Jerry Garcia is Taking Better Care of Himself. Mix 11.7 (July 1987): 136, 139, 148-151. Interview with JG, including JGB. Ca. 3/13-14/87
Resciniti, Angelo. 1974. The Grateful Dead … Alive in Miami. Miami Herald, June 21, 1974, p. C21. pre gd 6/22-23/74 Miami
Resnicoff, Matt. 1996. Captain Frets; Jerry Garcia: technique meets mystique. Musician no. 215 (October): 22-26, 38-40.
Reviewer, Aggie. 1971. Dead, Riders, Brothers. California Aggie, January 27, 1971, p. 6. re 1/21/71.
Rich, Judith. 1976. Root-Level Rowan Brothers: Back on Top. Funfinder, March 20, p. 12. √
Richards, Lowell. 1968. Blues Outclasses Rock at Sky River Festival. Downbeat, October 31, 1968, p. unknown. Scan etc. at URL http://jgmf.blogspot.com/2011/03/gd19680902-sky-river-rock-festival-and.html. Text at http://deadsources.blogspot.com/2013/06/september-2-1968-sky-river-rock-festival.html. re 9/2/68.
Richardson, Peter. 2014. No Simple Highway: A Cultural History of the Grateful Dead. New York: St. Martin's Press.
Ripple 1, 1 (1986/89). With 45 RPM record. √
Ripple 1, 2 (December 1989). √
Rizzo, Frank. 1983. Garcia Show Just Fine for 'Dead' Fans. Hartford Courant, May 31, 1983, p. B2. lukewarm review of 5/29/83 {pdf in chron, h, doc in sources}
Roberts, Sam. 2014. With Naming Rights, Perpetuity has a Cutoff. New York Times, November 28, 2014, p. A26. v-Avery_Fisher_Hall
Robinson, Lisa. 1970. Creem Interview with Grateful Dead. Creem 2.18 (December): 18-21. [106] {h, pdf} interview conducted 11/19/70 and 11/23/70
Rocco, John, ed. 1999. Dead Reckonings: The Life and Times of the Grateful Dead. New York: Schirmer Books.
Rock & Folk (Paris) no. 93 (October 1974). Garcia on cover. {mag, pdf of cover and Muller 1974}
Rock 4, 4 (July 17, 1972). Garcia on cover. Contains Peacock 1972 interview. Articles about Elvis Presley, the Youngbloods, Rolling Stones, Long John Baldry,
Rock and Roll (Onyx Publishing) v12 no 54 (September 1967).
Rock vol. 2, no. 14 (February 15, 1971). GD on cover √
Rockwell, John. 1974. Dead Fans Know Who a Friend Is. New York Times, July 5, 1974, p. 15. Review of Bottom Line 7/74 shows. [312] {pdf, h}
Rockwell, John. 1975. Legion of Mary Fans Cheer Band's Winning Music. New York Times (April 10, 1975), p. 47. Review of 4/8/75b. {pdf}
Rockwell, John. 1975. New Jerry Garcia Band is 'Conversational' Unit. New York Times, April 4, 1975, p. 23. [348]
Rockwell, John. 1978. Miss Muldaur Extends Range Beyond Folk. New York Times, April 16, 1978, p. 60.
Rodgers, Jeffrey Pepper. 1994. In The Dawg House: Jerry Garcia And David Grisman's Acoustic Reunion. Acoustic Guitar, A Magazine For Young Musicians 4, 4 (no. 22) (January-February): 52-57.
Rodgers, Jeffrey Pepper. 1995. Jerry Garcia And David Grisman: Dawg Day Afternoons. Acoustic Guitar, A Magazine For Young Musicians 6 (August): P58, 3p.
Rogers, Phil. 1973. The Grateful Dead. Evening Independent (Tamp Bay, FL), December 21, 1973, unknown page, accessed via Google News archives. Positive review of 12/18/73 {jpg}.
Rohter, Larry. 1970. Grateful Dead Shake McDonough. [presumed: Hoya (Georgetown University)], October27, 1970, p. unk, text via http://deadsources.blogspot.com/2014/08/october-23-1970-mcdonough-gym.html, consulted 9/4/2014. review of GD NRPS 10/23/70.
Rohter, Larry. 1975. Mistaken for Dead. Washington Post, November 4, 1975, p. B16. brief review of 11/2/75 {pdf, doc, h}
Rohter, Larry. 1976. The Splintering of The Dead: Something Good and Bad. Washington Post, March 24, 1976, p. D9. Positive review of Kingfish, negative review of Garcia's Reflections {pdf} √
Rolling Stone 100 (January 20, 1972).
Rolling Stone 101 (February 3, 1972).
Rolling Stone 148 (November 22, 1973).
Rolling Stone 207 (Feburary 26, 1976). Cover Story: "What A Long Strange Trip It's Been"(San Francisco Ten Years On).
Rolling Stone 323 (August 7, 1980).
Rolling Stone 504/505 (July 16-30, 1987). (3x)
Rolling Stone 566 (November 20, 1989). (3x)
Rolling Stone 616 (October 31, 1991). (5x)
Rolling Stone 664 (September 2, 1993). (2x)
Rolling Stone 717 (September 21, 1995). (2x)
Rolling Stone 740 (August 8, 1996).
Rolling Stone 982 (September 8, 2005).
Rolling Stone complete collection ("Cover-to-Cover") on DVD.
Rolling Stone no. 1236 (June 4, 2015). √
Rolling Stone, The Editors of. 1971. The Rolling stone interviews. New York, Paperback Library.
Rosati, Gianfranco. 1978. A Dream Come True. Relix 5, 2 (May-June): p. 41. re JGB 3/11/78.
Rosati, Gianni. 1989. Zen and the Art of Pedal Steel Guitar. Ripple 1, 2 (December): pp. 7-10. {mag, pdf}
Rosen, Bruce. 1980. Botching those big moments. Record (Hackensack, NJ), February 29, 1980, pp. B-1, B-7. interview conducted in New Brunswick motel room 2/21 or 2/22/80. Copy from Blair. {pdf} √
Rosenberg, Neil V. 1985. Bluegrass: A History. Urbana: University of Illinois Press.
Rosenfeld, Seth. 1980. Another Summer's Garcia. East Bay Express (August 14, 1980). Review of 8/8/80 JGB. {h}
Rosenstein, Bruce. 1972a. …And Roll. Eagle (American University), September 29, 1972, p. 15. Review of GD 9/17/72. No discussion of the music, only of what a PITA the crowd was. {pdf}
Rosenstein, Bruce. 1972x. Money, Musicians, Music and More Money. unknown publication (possibly American University Eagle), unknown date, pp. xx, 17 [missing p. 17].
Rosenthal, Jim. 1990. Garcia & Saunders Enter a New Age. Relix 17, 2 (April): 17-19 {mag, pdf, h}
Ross, Penelope. 1971. Grateful Dead. Hit Parader, June: 10-12, 59, 64. Now also finding success on the east coast: "A straightforward success story of hippie capitalism in action, or so it would seem" (p. 10). Antithesis: "that good music does not suddenly and magically appear without a tremendous investment of time, self-discipline, and effort. It's called paying dues.
Rothman, Sandy. 1995. Blueprints from the Big Man. In DDN 1995, pp. 48-51. {mag}
Rothman, Sandy. 1998. Jerry Garcia's Musical Roots: The Banjo Years. Relix 25, 4 (August): 26-30 {mag, h, pdf}
Rothman, Sandy. 2010. Almost Acoustic: Producer's Notes, 1988. Liner notes accompanying Jerry Garcia Acoustic Band, Almost Acoustic (Rhino, JGCD-1004), 4 pp.
Rothman, Sandy. 2010. Ragged But Right: Producer's Notes, 2010. Liner notes accompanying Jerry Garcia Acoustic Band, Ragged But Right (Rhino, JGCD-1004), 4 pp. {pdf}
Roundabout Columbia 1, 5 (October 24-November 6, 1985). Grateful Dead 20th Anniversary Tour cover. {mag}
Rowan, Peter, Vassar Clements, and David Grisman. 2004 [1997]. Old and In the Way: Breakdown. Original Live Recordings from 1973—vol. 2. [Acoustic Disc ACD-28, 1997; album liner notes reproduced] In Goldsmith 2004, pp. 218-220. {book, images} √
Rowland, Mark. 1980. Still Dead After All These Years. The Real Paper, June 28, 1980, p. 6 (?). Accessed via Google News, pdf available upon request. interview 5/12/80 {doc, h, pdf} √
Rowland, Mark. 1991. Strange Bedfellows. Musician no. 149 (March 1991): 42-48, 97. {mag, text, h?
Rozensky, Neil. 1972. The critic's opinion on records: Garcia. Daily Illini, February 16, 1972, p. unk. √
Rubien, David. 2006. Booker's Mad Muse. SF Gate, URL http://www.sfgate.com/entertainment/article/BOOKER-S-MAD-MUSE-2536600.php, consulted 1/17/2015.
Rubin, Rosina Lida. 1983. The Jerry Garcia Band Rockin' Roseland, New York City. Relix 10, 4 (August): 26. review of 6/1/83. {pdf, h}
Ruby, Danl. 1973. On the Road with the Grateful Dead. Daily Illini, November 3, 1973, p. unk.
Ruby, Danl. 1974. Grateful Dead busy with tour, new record. Daily Illini, June 21, 1974, p. unk.
Ruby, Danl. 1974. Grateful Dead busy with tour, new record. Daily Illini (University of Illinois), June 21, 1974, p. unk. {jpg}
Ruchman, Peter. 1976. Garcia: in the wee hours. Oberlin Review, March 16, 1976, p. 4. Re 3/13/76.
Ruhlmann, William. 1986. The Lone Star Café, New York's Texas Honky-Tonk. Relix 13, 2 (April): 23. {mag, jpg
Ruhlmann, William. 1988a. Robert Hunter on Writing: Words and Music. Relix 15,4 (August): 11-12.
Ruhlmann, William. 1988b. Mind Over Metaphor: A Conversation with Robert Hunter. Relix 15, 5 (October): 10-11.
Ruhlmann, William. 1990. The History of the Grateful Dead, 25th Anniversary Edition. New York: Gallery Books. Published with poster, which I don't have.
Ruhlmann, William. 1991a. Country Joe McDonald Is Superstitious, But He Hasn't Quit Yet. Relix 18, 3 (June 1991): 8. {mag, jpg, h?}
Ruhlmann, William. 1991b. Peter Rowan sings of the children of the dust bowl. Relix 18, 3 (June 1991): 10. {mag, jpg, h}
Ruhlmann, William. 1996. Jerry Garcia: An Annotated Solo Discography. Goldmine vol. 22 no. 17 (issue 419) (August 16, 1996), pp. 20-34, 134-135, 140. {mag, pdf}
Sachse, Darren. 1990. Jerry Goes Hawaiian. Relix 17, 4 (August): p. 23. {mag, pdf}
Samwell, Ian. 1971. Dead weekend in Paris. ZigZag no. 22, text at URL http://deadsources.blogspot.com/2012/07/june-21-1971-herouville-france.html. re 6/21/71 GD Herouville
Sanders, Merrill. 1972. A Dead Family Affair. San Francisco Flyer, June 8, 1972, 4. re Kumquat Mae. {pdf}
Saunders, George. 1992. Frank Wakefield & The Good Old Boys. Relix 19, 2 (April): 15. {mag, jpg, h}
Saunders, Merl. 1999 [1985]. Reflections on My Years with the Grateful Dead. In Rocco 1999, pp. 181-184. Originally published in Relix (June/August 1985). √ not much here.
Sawyer, Kathy. 2004 [1974]. Showing 'Em How It's Done. In Goldsmith 2004, pp. 221-224. {book, images} √
Scene magazine (Cleveland), October 26 – November 1, 1972.
Scheckter, Alan. 1996. John Kahn's Passing: Another Simple Twist of Fate. Dupree's Diamond News no. 34 (Summer): 48-49. {mag, doc, h} √
Scheckter, Alan. 2008. "It was a gas: Chico's purple haze of music and politics in 1968," newsreview.com, July 17, 2008, URL http://www.newsreview.com/chico/it-was-a-gas/content?oid=694453, consulted 1/28/2012. Re: 11/1/68 GD in Chico.
Schilling, Ed. 1984. Peter Rowan. Frets 6 (September): 43-47.
Schneider, Jason. 1999. Crank Up the Old Victrola: Discovering the Grateful Dead's Earliest Influences. In Rocco 1999, pp. 110-113. Originally published in Relix (August 1996).
Schruers, Fred. 1978. Promoter Scher Rocks Jersey. Rolling Stone, November 16, p. 47. √
Schwarz, Doron. 1971. Hard Knox and Grief. Cornell Daily Sun, April 29, 1971, p. 6. Ex post mention of crowd at GD SUNY Cortland 4/18/71.
Scoppa, Bud, and David Reitman. 1971. Bob Weir: 'We're nothing more than an extension of rock & roll'. Rock 2, 14 (February 15), pp. 14-15, 31. {mag} √
Scott, John W., Mike Dolgushkin, and Stu Nixon [et al.]. 1995. Deadbase IX: The Complete Guide to Grateful Dead Songlists.  Hanover, NH: Deadbase.
Scott, John W., Mike Dolgushkin, and Stu Nixon. 1987. Deadbase: The Complete Guide to Grateful Dead Songlists. Copy # 1234
Scott, John W., Mike Dolgushkin, and Stu Nixon. 1988. Deadbase II: The Complete Guide to Grateful Dead Songlists.
Scott, John W., Mike Dolgushkin, and Stu Nixon. 1989. Deadbase III: The Complete Guide to Grateful Dead Songlists. Copy #2524. Includes Garciabase II. 2x (2nd copy from Steve Hopkins, ebay 9/4/2011, 29.99+5.50, near perfect condition, #341, with ephemera).
Sculati, Gene, and Davin Seay. 1985. San Francisco Nights: The Psychedelic Music Trip, 1965-1968. New York: St. Martin's Press. √
Sculati, Gene. 1969. What's Become of the Grateful Dead? Jazz & Pop 8.9 (September): 22-24. good analysis of GD history, some nice stuff; see notes {h} √
Scully, Nicki. 1978. The View From Emerald Valley [letter]. Sonoma County Stump, April 1-14, 1978, p. 9. re 3/22/78 {jpg}
Scully, Nicki. 1978. The View from Emerald Valley. Sonoma County Stump, April 1-14, 1978, p. 9. re 3/22/78 {jpg}
Scully, Rock, and David Dalton. 1999. Chronicles of the Dead. In Rocco 1999, pp. 89-102. Originally published in Playboy, December 1995.
Scully, Rock, with David Dalton. 2001 [1996]. Living With the Dead: Twenty Years on the Bus with Garcia and the Grateful Dead. New York: Cooper Square Press. ["This Cooper Square Press paperback edition … is an unabridged republication of the edition first published in New York in 1996, with the exception of fifteen textual emendations."]
Seals, Melvin. 1995. Keep the Torch Burning. In DDN 1995, pp. 52-53.
Seeger, Mike, and John Cohen, eds. 1964. The New Lost City Ramblers Song Book. New York: Oak Books.
Sege. 1972. Concert Reviews: Garcia & Wales. Variety 265 (January 26, 1972): 50. re: ??/??/?
Selvin, Joel. 1971. A Revival for Creedence. SFSECDB, July 25, 1971, p. 5. re CCR re Tom Fogerty
Selvin, Joel. 1971. Creedence Clearwater Revived. Night Times, September 1, 1971, pp. 1-2. {pdf}
Selvin, Joel. 1971. The Matrix Club and the Rise of Rock. San Francisco Sunday Examiner & Chronicle Datebook, February 7, 1971, p. 4. {jpg}
Selvin, Joel. 1971a. San Francisco. Earth, January, pp. 67-68.
Selvin, Joel. 1972. Alice Just Keeps on Boiling. San Francisco Chronicle, December 25, 1972, p. 67. Alice Stuart and the Rowan Brothers comparison.
Selvin, Joel. 1972. Tom Fogerty Beyond the Blue Velvets. Night Times, May 17-30, 1972, p. 4.
Selvin, Joel. 1972a. Jamming for the Hell of It. Night Times no. 29 (September 27, 1972), pp. 1, 3. re: 9/22/72 {h, jpg
Selvin, Joel. 1972b. Saunders-Garcia-Fogerty. San Francisco Chronicle (December 7), p. 65. re: 12/5/72
Selvin, Joel. 1973. Garcia Returns to a First Love. San Francisco Chronicle, March 14, 1973, p. 63. OAITW.
Selvin, Joel. 1974. Bluegrass in Marin County. San Francisco Chronicle, April 29, 1974, p. 41.
Selvin, Joel. 1974. Is The Dead Going to Die? San Francisco Chronicle Datebook, August 25, 1974.
Selvin, Joel. 1974. Music and Fried Chicken. San Francisco Chronicle, May 18, 1974, p. unk. Photocopy of clipping supplied by Fred Herrera, 2/19/2012. {h}
Selvin, Joel. 1975. The Dead Are Alive at UA. San Francisco Examiner and Chronicle Datebook, June 29, p. 37. record deal with United artists. [359] {h, pdf ocr} √
Selvin, Joel. 1975a. 'Grateful Dead' and Live Crickets. San Francisco Chronicle Datebook, August 24, 1975, p. 35. {h, pdf ocr} √
Selvin, Joel. 1975b. The Dead is Far From Dead. San Francisco Chronicle (October 14, 1975), p. 36. Re: 10/12/75. [376] {h, jpg, pdf ocr}
Selvin, Joel. 1975c. The Grateful Dead Divided Three Ways. San Francisco Chronicle, December 22, p. 39. re: 12/19/75. [384] {h, jpg, pdf ocr} √
Selvin, Joel. 1977. A Dead Returns To the Living. San Francisco Chronicle, July 3, 1977, p. 4?1. {re Hart accident
Selvin, Joel. 1982. The Annual Pilgrimage to 'Dead' Land. San Francisco Chronicle, Datbook section, December 28, 1982, p. unk. Re gd1982-12-xx {jpg}
Selvin, Joel. 1985. Trouble Funk Brings 'Go-Go'. San Francisco Chronicle, November 17, 1985, p. 63.
Selvin, Joel. 1986. Cheering Fans Greet Jerry Garcia's Return. San Francisco Chronicle, October 6, 1986, p. 58. review of 10/4/86
Selvin, Joel. 1987a. Un-Dead Excursion for Jerry Garcia. San Francisco Chronicle, November 30, 1987, p. F1. re: 11/29/87
Selvin, Joel. 1987b. Carols, Gospel, Blues at AIDS Benefit. San Francisco Chronicle, December 19, 1987, p. C6. re: 12/17/87 {pdf}
Selvin, Joel. 1988a. Musical Stars Shine for El Salvador. San Francisco Chronicle, January 25, 1988, p. F1. re 1/23/88 {pdf, h}
Selvin, Joel. 1989a. Selvin, Joel. 1989. Mill Valley's Rocking Record Store Party. San Francisco Chronicle, April 26, 1989, p. E3. re: 4/24/89 {pdf, h}
Selvin, Joel. 1989b. '70s Bay Area Rockers. San Francisco Chronicle, June 4, 1989, p. 53. {pdf, h}
Selvin, Joel. 1991a. Something Else. San Francisco Chronicle, January 5, 1991, p. C4. re JGDG {doc, h}
Selvin, Joel. 1991b. Garcia Fine but Grisman is Top Dawg. San Francisco Chronicle, December 9, 1991, p. E2. re: 12/8/91.
Selvin, Joel. 1991c. Rock Music on the Slopes / Squaw Valley concert attracts thousands of mellow Deadheads. San Francisco Chronicle, August 26, 1991, p. E1. re 8/24-25/91 {doc, h}
Selvin, Joel. 1992. Monterey Pop: June 16-18, 1967. San Francisco, CA: Chronicle Books.
Selvin, Joel. 1992a. Something Else: Show Goes on for Jerry Garcia. San Francisco Chronicle, May 2, 1992, p. C4. conducted 4/30/92
Selvin, Joel. 1992b. Jerry Garcia: New Life for the Grateful Dead. San Francisco Chronicle, December 14, 1992, p. E1. {doc, h}
Selvin, Joel. 1994. Summer of Love: The Inside Story of LSD, Rock & Roll, Free Love and High Times in the Wild West. New York: Dutton.
Selvin, Joel. 1995. Jerry Garcia: The Last Post. Mojo no. 23 (October): 48-56.
Selvin, Joel. 1996. San Francisco Musical History Tour. San Francisco: Chronicle Books.
Selvin, Joel. 2008. Donna Jean Godchaux grateful to sing again. Sfgate.com, June 3, 2008.
Selvin, Joel. 2011. Smart Ass: The Music Journalism of Joel Selvin. Berkeley, CA: Parthenon Books.
Sforzini, Hank. 2012. Five Musicians Remember Jerry Garcia. Paste, August 20, 2012, URL http://www.pastemagazine.com/blogs/lists/2012/08/five-musicians-remember-jerry-garcia.html, consulted 11/24/2014.
Shadow, Black. 1969. Shit Kickin' Dog. Good Times vol. 2 no. 38 (October 2, 1969), p. unk. Re 9/30/69 FDGH {jpg}
Shapiro, Alan. 1975. Jerry Garcia Plays Around. Modern Hi-Fi and Music (September): 62-64. [370]
Sharpe, Ted. 1977. David Grisman: Mad, Marvelous Mandolinist. Blue Sky Review no. 7: unpaginated.
Sharuda, Jumbo, and Cherie Clark King. 1994. Jerry Garcia Band Tour '93. Dupree's Diamond News no. 27 (January) pp. 8-9. {mag, pdf, h}
Shaw, David. 1974. Maria. Rolling Stone no. 166 (August 1): 32-36. Re Maria Muldaur
Shaw, Greg. 1973. Cruisin' Through Rock Country [column]. Berkeley Barb, January 26-February 1, 1973, p. 11. re Rowans.
Shaw, Greg. 1973. Reggae Hits Rock. Berkeley Barb, February 16-22, 1973, p. 8. great context around Garcia picking up HTC
Sheckter, Alan. 1996. John Kahn's Passing: Another Simple Twist of Fate." Dupree's Diamond News no. 34 (Summer): 48-49. {mag, doc, h}
Sheehan, Tom. 1976. Garcia Versatile in Third Solo Album. College Reporter, April 20, 1976, p. 4. Positive review of Reflections {pdf} √
Shenk, David, and Steve Silberman. 1994. Skeleton Key: A Dictionary for Deadheads. New York: Doubleday.
Sherwood, Phil. 1974. The Dead Raise the Sound. Rolling Stone no. xxx, August 1, p. 62. Re gd1974-06-08 √
Sherwood, Rick. 1974. Grateful Dead Spreads Good Vibes. Valley News and Green Sheet (Van Nuys, CA), June 2, 1974, p. varies by edition. Re 5/25/74 UCSB {pdf}
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Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1971. Graham talks about the Fillmores. Hayward Daily Review, May 20, 1971, p. 10.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1971. Grateful Dead give good Berkeley show. Hayward Daily Review, August 19, 1971, p. 10. review of 8/15/71.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1971. Rock Talk by KG: All-girl rock group steals Fillmore show from men. Hayward Daily Review, April 22, 1971, 8.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1971. Rock Talk by KG: Allman Brothers smash in Bay Area performance. Hayward Daily Review, October 21, 1971, p. 34.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1971. Rock Talk by KG: Aretha's show great. Hayward Daily Review, March 11, 1971, p. 23.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1971. Rock Talk by KG: Bangladesh album, The Who pacesetters in 1971. Hayward Daily Review, December 30, 1971, p. 23.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1971. Rock Talk by KG: Bay Area discovers new singer. Hayward Daily Review, September 23, 1971, p. 32.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1971. Rock Talk by KG: Billy Preston one of the great keyboard men. Hayward Daily Review, November 11, 1971, p. 20.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1971. Rock Talk by KG: Chambers Brothers a sellout at college performance. Hayward Daily Review, October 14, 1971, p. 36.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1971. Rock Talk by KG: Cold Blood a most effective music machine. Hayward Daily Review, September 9, 1971, p. 38.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1971. Rock Talk by KG: 'Creedence' minus one looks ahead. Hayward Daily Review, February 13, 1971, p. 4. NB includes info on the birth of the KG column: born five months prior in a local college.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1971. Rock Talk by KG: Donny Hathaway great in San Francisco show. Hayward Daily Review, March 25, 1971, p. 35.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1971. Rock Talk by KG: Donovan in good form in Bay Area performance. Hayward Daily Review, October 28, 1971, p. 36.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1971. Rock Talk by KG: Elton John: he moves with his music. Hayward Daily Review, May 13, 1971, p. 53.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1971. Rock Talk by KG: Elvin Bishop's 'Good Time Music' lives up to name. Hayward Daily Review, March 4, 1971, p. 10.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1971. Rock Talk by KG: Elvin Bishop's 'good time music' lives up to its name. Hayward Daily Review, March 4, p. 10. Review of ca. 2/28/71 James and Good Bros w/ JG sit-in. {jpg, h} √
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1971. Rock Talk by KG: Eric Burdon excited about new group. Hayward Daily Review, April 8, 1971, 23.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1971. Rock Talk by KG: Fabulous jam session in S.F. Hayward Daily Review, December 23, 1971, p. 25.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1971. Rock Talk by KG: Fantasy recording plant built with the artist in mind. Hayward Daily Review, February 25, 1971, p. 18.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1971. Rock Talk by KG: Fantasy recording plant built with artist in mind. Hayward Daily Review, February 25, p. 18. NB info on Spencer replacing Mickey on drums, note that this is NRPS first major headlining show. {pdf} √
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1971. Rock Talk by KG: Financial difficulties behind Fillmore's closing. Hayward Daily Review, May 6, 1971, p. 43.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1971. Rock Talk by KG: First solo LP hardest, Rita Coolidge discovers. Hayward Daily Review, April 29, 1971, 25.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1971. Rock Talk by KG: Folk singer Victoria may make it big in music world. Hayward Daily Review, September 16, 1971, p. 25.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1971. Rock Talk by KG: Freddie, Albert King bring their soul sound to Fillmore. Hayward Daily Review, June 10, 1971, p. 24.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1971. Rock Talk by KG: Grateful Dead give good Berkeley show. Hayward Daily Review, August 19, 1971, p. 10. Review of GD-NRPS 8/15/71 BCT {pdf}
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1971. Rock Talk by KG: Instruments, singers help sets. Hayward Daily Review, July 1, 1971, p. 12.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1971. Rock Talk by KG: Jesus Christ Superstar hit with area audience. Hayward Daily Review, October 7, 1971, p. 19.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1971. Rock Talk by KG: Karen makes Carpenters click. Hayward Daily Review, July 15, 1971, p. 16.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1971. Rock Talk by KG: Kate Taylor shows class in Berkeley performance. Hayward Daily Review, April 15, 1971, 39.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1971. Rock Talk by KG: Live performances help put Fifth Dimension on top. Hayward Daily Review, December 2, 1971, p. 24.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1971. Rock Talk by KG: Loud talk mars Lee Michaels' show. Hayward Daily Review, March 18, 1971, p. 26.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1971. Rock Talk by KG: Melanie returns to area for show in Berkeley. Hayward Daily Review, November 25, 1971, p. 42.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1971. Rock Talk by KG: Moody Blues kicks off Coliseum rock shows. Hayward Daily Review, September 30, 1971, p. 29.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1971. Rock Talk by KG: 'Mother Earth' takes musical look at ecology scene. Hayward Daily Review, July 29, 1971, p. 22.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1971. Rock Talk by KG: Quadrophonic hookup impresses audience. Hayward Daily Review, June 17, 1971, p. 28.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1971. Rock Talk by KG: Shanti getting rave reviews in Bay Area appearances. Hayward Daily Review, November 4, 1971, p. 40.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1971. Rock Talk by KG: Steve Stills coming to Bay Area. Hayward Daily Review, August 12, 1971, p. ?20? or ?30?.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1971. Rock Talk by KG: Stills cooks in smooth sellout Berkeley Show. Hayward Daily Review, August 26, 1971, p. 12.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1971. Rock Talk by KG: Taylor show impresses. Hayward Daily Review, April 1, 1971, 37.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1971. Rock Talk by KG: The Who dazzles Bay Area crowd. Hayward Daily Review, December 16, 1971, p. 36.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1971. Rock Talk by KG: Tom Fogerty records single. Hayward Daily Review, June 24, 1971, p. 12.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1971. Rock Talk by KG: Tower of Power versatile. Hayward Daily Review, February 18, 1971, p. 16.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1971. Rock Talk by KG: Van Morrison enjoys life in S.F. Bay Area. Hayward Daily Review, June 3, 1971, p. 22.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1971. Rock Talk by KG: Where will the crowds go now, with Graham's Fillmore closed? Hayward Daily Review, July 8, 1971, p. 18.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1971. Why bands play clubs. Hayward Daily Review, September 2, 1971, p. 18. {doc} √
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1972. Jerry Garcia Discusses Grateful Dead, Albums. Hayward Daily Review, October 12, 1972, p. 42. {doc, h} √
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1972. Rock Talk by KG. Hayward Daily Review, November 9, 1972, p. 30.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1972. Rock Talk by KG: Bangladesh Concert Film Exciting Experience. Hayward Daily Review, March 30, 1972, p. 29.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1972. Rock Talk by KG: Bay Area's Dr. Hook to Perform at Hayward Theater. Hayward Daily Review, March 2, 1972, p. 37.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1972. Rock Talk by KG: Bay Area jazz festival very important event. Hayward Daily Review, June 15, 1972, p. 32.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1972. Rock Talk by KG: Blues star Boz Scaggs recalls his climb to the top. Hayward Daily Review, August 3, 1972, p. 36.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1972. Rock Talk by KG: Brewer, Shipley in Rare S.F. Show. Hayward Daily Review, December 22, 1972, p. 45.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1972. Rock Talk by KG: Chambers Brothers like Bay Area. Hayward Daily Review, January 6, 1972, p. 15.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1972. Rock Talk by KG: Chicago mixes in a little of everything in great show. Hayward Daily Review, May 11, 1972, p. 33.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1972. Rock Talk by KG: Curtis Mayfield is fine without the Impressions. Hayward Daily Review, September 7, 1972, p. 36.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1972. Rock Talk by KG: Dave Mason cutting Columbia LP. Hayward Daily Review, August 17, 1972, p. 21.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1972. Rock Talk by KG: David Clayton-Thomas impressive in latest side. Hayward Daily Review, September 14, 1972, p. 54.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1972. Rock Talk by KG: Elvin Bishop to headline Winterland this weekend. Hayward Daily Review, October 19, 1972, p. 27.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1972. Rock Talk by KG: Fine albums worth listening to. Hayward Daily Review, July 6, 1972, p. 18.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1972. Rock Talk by KG: Flutist's 3rd LP shows new side of talent. Hayward Daily Review, April 27, 1973, p. 54.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1972. Rock Talk by KG: Gates of Eden Hayward group on the way up. Hayward Daily Review, January 20, 1972, p. 15.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1972. Rock Talk by KG: Graham pleased with Rolling Stones production. Hayward Daily Review, November 2, 1972, p. 33.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1972. Rock Talk by KG: Hayward's Staton Brothers cut album. Hayward Daily Review, December 8, 1972, p. 28.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1972. Rock Talk by KG: Jackie Lomax grateful to George Harrison. Hayward Daily Review, April 6, 1972, p. 35.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1972. Rock Talk by KG: Jefferson Airplane tops week's concert slate. Hayward Daily Review, September 21, 1972, p. 31.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1972. Rock Talk by KG: Jerry Garcia discusses Grateful Dead, albums. Hayward Daily Review, October 12, 1972, p. 42.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1972. Rock Talk by KG: Jim Messina half a cookin' duo. Hayward Daily Review, December 15, 1972, p. 28.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1972. Rock Talk by KG: Joy of Cooking at its best. Hayward Daily Review, July 20, 1972, p. 19.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1972. Rock Talk by KG: Merry Clayton Great in Live Performance. Hayward Daily Review, March 9, 1972, p. 27.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1972. Rock Talk by KG: Persuasions' word spreads; Grand Funk concert set. Hayward Daily Review, November 30, 1972, p. 47.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1972. Rock Talk by KG: Peter Yarrow's New LP. Hayward Daily Review, February 24, 1972, p. 25.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1972. Rock Talk by KG: Peter Banks: a new start after Yes. Hayward Daily Review, April 6, 1973, p. 52.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1972. Rock Talk by KG: 'Right Place' with the Night Tripper. Hayward Daily Review, March 30, 1973, p. 52.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1972. Rock Talk by KG: Santana-Miles show brings back memories. Hayward Daily Review, August 10, 1972, p. 26.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1972. Rock Talk by KG: Seatrain goes over big in Bay Area performance. Hayward Daily Review, August 24, 1972, p. 24.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1972. Rock Talk by KG: Steve Miller to appear. Hayward Daily Review, July 13, 1972, p. 27.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1972. Rock Talk by KG: Steve Stills and Manassas feature locally. Hayward Daily Review, July 27, 1972, p. 24.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1972. Rock Talk by KG: The Stones return. Hayward Daily Review, June 8, 1972, p. 6.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1972. Rock Talk by KG: Tony Joe White crowd pleaser at Lion's Share gig. Hayward Daily Review, April 13, 1972, p. 35.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1972. Rock Talk by KG: Tower of Power set with Wayne Cochran. Hayward Daily Review, May 25, 1972, p. 11.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1972. Rock Talk by KG: Two encores for Richie Havens. Hayward Daily Review, April 27, 1972, p. 34.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1972. Stoneground tops hard rock show slated in Hayward. Hayward Daily Review, January 13, 1972, p. 35.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1973. Rock Talk by KG: Bill Withers gave up mechanic job for music career. Hayward Daily Review, January 5, 1973, p. 32.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1973. Rock talk from KG: A double live date with Wishbone Ash. Hayward Daily Review, November 16, 1973, p. 36. Some positive discussion of 11/73 Winterland GD shows, note Jerry shaved!
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1973. Rock talk from KG: A look at some festival artists. Hayward Daily Review, June 15, 1973, p. 48.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1973. Rock talk from KG: A new English rock star. Hayward Daily Review, December 7, 1973, p. 42.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1973. Rock talk from KG: Allman Brothers show is dynamite. Hayward Daily Review, October 5, 1973, p. 46.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1973. Rock talk from KG: America clicks in Berkeley concert. Hayward Daily Review, March 16, 1973, p. 56.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1973. Rock talk from KG: Art Garfunkel does first solo album. Hayward Daily Review, September 14, 1973, p. 52.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1973. Rock talk from KG: Black Oak unwinds on mountain. Hayward Daily Review, May 11, 1973, p. 52.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1973. Rock talk from KG: Bonnie was in no hurry with her first solo LP. Hayward Daily Review, September 7, 1973, p. 48.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1973. Rock talk from KG: Brian Auger band tight and versatile. Hayward Daily Review, November 23, 1973, p. 42.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1973. Rock talk from KG: Byrds may do reunion tour. Hayward Daily Review, August 24, 1973, p. 42.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1973. Rock talk from KG: Canned Heat gets into new bag. Hayward Daily Review, January 19, 1973, p. 22.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1973. Rock talk from KG: Country song goes to town. Hayward Daily Review, November 2, 1973, p. 44.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1973. Rock talk from KG: Crusaders back without 'jazz'. Hayward Daily Review, May 18, 1973, p. 50.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1973. Rock talk from KG: Dead's new LP on their own label. Hayward Daily Review, October 26, 1973, p. 32.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1973. Rock talk from KG: Delaney is back with a new band. Hayward Daily Review, August 17, 1973, p. 48.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1973. Rock talk from KG: Dr. Hook has a shot at the gold. Hayward Daily Review, October 19, 1973, p. 48.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1973. Rock talk from KG: Early start for new year of music. Hayward Daily Review, December 28, 1973, p. 24.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1973. Rock talk from KG: Flack to sing at Coliseum. Hayward Daily Review, August 3, 1973, p. 48.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1973. Rock talk from KG: Flutist's 3rd LP shows new side of talent. Hayward Daily Review, April 27, 1973, p. 54.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1973. Rock talk from KG: Focus is on the way up. Hayward Daily Review, April 20, 1973, p. 44.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1973. Rock talk from KG: Guess Who not bubblegum band. Hayward Daily Review, September 21, 1973, p. 44.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1973. Rock talk from KG: Herbie Mann plays 20 shows a year. Hayward Daily Review, July 6, 1973, p. 42.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1973. Rock talk from KG: Jesse Colin Young gets it together. Hayward Daily Review, October 12, 1973, p. 44.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1973. Rock talk from KG: Led Zeppelin disappoints crowd. Hayward Daily Review, June 8, 1973, p. 48.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1973. Rock talk from KG: Leon Russell heads big show in Oakland. Hayward Daily Review, July 27, 1973, p. 52.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1973. Rock talk from KG: Magic working for Kenny Rankin. Hayward Daily Review, March 9, 1973, p. 52.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1973. Rock talk from KG: Marshall Tucker — a new band to watch. Hayward Daily Review, August 31, 1973, p. 48.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1973. Rock talk from KG: New Jeff Beck group mixed at Winterland. Hayward Daily Review, May 4, 1973, p. 28.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1973. Rock talk from KG: New Slewfoot makes grand entrance. Hayward Daily Review, November 30, 1973, p. 12.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1973. Rock talk from KG: One guitarist who sounds like 5. Hayward Daily Review, June 22, 1973, p. 48.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1973. Rock talk from KG: Paul Simon puts on super show in S.F. Hayward Daily Review, May 25, 1973, p. 52.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1973. Rock talk from KG: Peter Banks: a new start after Yes. Hayward Daily Review, April 6, 1973, p. 52.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1973. Rock talk from KG: Rapping with a soul superstar. Hayward Daily Review, August 10, 1973, p. 48.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1973. Rock talk from KG: Recording studio opens in Sausalito. Hayward Daily Review, January 26, 1973, p. 44.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1973. Rock talk from KG: 'Right Place' with the Night Tripper. Hayward Daily Review, March 30, 1973, p. 52.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1973. Rock talk from KG: Robin Trower rocks Winterland. Hayward Daily Review, November 9, 1973, p. 42.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1973. Rock talk from KG: Rock, soul bash tonight. Hayward Daily Review, September 28, 1973, p. 32.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1973. Rock talk from KG: Rovers alive, well in Canada. Hayward Daily Review, February 2, 1973, p. 53.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1973. Rock talk from KG: Rufus sound varies from rock to soul. Hayward Daily Review, July 13, 1973, p. 48.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1973. Rock talk from KG: Seals and Croft extend 'hit singles'. Hayward Daily Review, March 23, 1973, p. 52.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1973. Rock talk from KG: Some gift ideas for rock fans. Hayward Daily Review, December 14, 1973, p. 22.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1973. Rock talk from KG: 'Speedy' Keen strikes out on his own. Hayward Daily Review, June 29, 1973, p. 50.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1973. Rock talk from KG: Steve Goodman hits the road. Hayward Daily Review, July 20, 1973, p. 42.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1973. Rock talk from KG: Tret Fure makes recording debut. Hayward Daily Review, February 23, 1973, p. 48.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1973. Rock talk from KG: Wendy Weldman makes her own breaks. Hayward Daily Review, December 21, 1973, p. 30.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1974. Country singer from Britain. Hayward Daily Review, August 16, 1974, p. 44.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1974. Rock Talk by KG: Allman Brothers rated number one band of '73. Hayward Daily Review, January 11, 1974, p. 40.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1974. Rock Talk by KG: Alpert's back after 5 years. Hayward Daily Review, November 29, 1974, p. 36.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1974. Rock Talk by KG: Big Moody Blues show in Oakland. Hayward Daily Review, January 25, 1974, p. 42.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1974. Rock Talk by KG: California Jam a smooth show. Hayward Daily Review, April 12, 1974, p. 40.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1974. Rock Talk by KG: 'Delta Dirt' scores big for 'The Pilgrim'. Hayward Daily Review, September 27, 1974, p. 36.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1974. Rock Talk by KG: Exposure puts Marshall Tucker on top. Hayward Daily Review, May 10, 1974, p. 44.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1974. Rock Talk by KG: Faces lead guitar has first solo LP. Hayward Daily Review, September 13, 1974, p. 18.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1974. Rock Talk by KG: Genesis plays alone. Hayward Daily Review, April 19, 1974, p. 42.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1974. Rock Talk by KG: Good show in S.F. for Jimmy Buffett. Hayward Daily Review, November 1, 1974, p. 50.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1974. Rock Talk by KG: Haggard lives American dream. Hayward Daily Review, February 22, 1974, p. 44.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1974. Rock Talk by KG: Harrison better in Oakland show. Hayward Daily Review, November 15, 1974, p. 52.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1974. Rock Talk by KG: Little Feat came alive this year. Hayward Daily Review, December 27, 1974, p. 40.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1974. Rock Talk by KG: Maria Muldaur Rocks the Boarding House. Hayward Daily Review, January 4, 1974, p. 40.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1974. Rock Talk by KG: Miracles alive without Smokey. Hayward Daily Review, March 1, 1974, p. 32.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1974. Rock Talk by KG: New Allman Brothers record to be cut soon. Hayward Daily Review, November 22, 1974, p. 56.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1974. Rock Talk by KG: Panama Red helps out the New Riders. Hayward Daily Review, March 8, 1974, p. 42.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1974. Rock Talk by KG: Paul Anka's back on top. Hayward Daily Review, October 25, 1974, p. 50.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1974. Rock Talk by KG: Phillips wins Moody crowd. Hayward Daily Review, February 8, 1974, p. 42.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1974. Rock Talk by KG: Poco has good mix of country rock. Hayward Daily Review, December 20, 1974, p. 44.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1974. Rock Talk by KG: Price rocks Music Hall; long way from Animals. Hayward Daily Review, April 26, 1974, p. 42.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1974. Rock Talk by KG: Rankin to put stage feeling on record. Hayward Daily Review, February 1, 1974, p. 42.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1974. Rock Talk by KG: Southern gospel rock is Don Nix specialty. Hayward Daily Review, April 5, 1974, p. 48.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1974. Rock Talk by KG: Traffic's back on the highway. Hayward Daily Review October 11, 1974, p. 32.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1974. Rock Talk by KG: Unprofessional show by Richard and Karen. Hayward Daily Review, December 6, 1974, p. 44.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1974. Rock Talk by KG: Yes edging toward solo trip. Hayward Daily Review, March 22, 1974, p. 42.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1974a. Rock talk from KG: Maria Muldaur rocks Boarding House. Hayward Daily Review, January 4, 1974, p. 40. √
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1974b. Rock talk from KG: Maria learned from first LP. Hayward Daily Review, May 3, 1974, p. 42. Includes review of GSCBF
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1976. Garcia does 3rd Solo LP. Hayward Daily Review, February 6, 1976, p. 48.
Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 1977. New Palo Alto club. Fremont Argus, January 28, 1977, p. 26 {doc} re Keystone Palo Alto.
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Swing 51 no. 06 (1982). Includes Hunt 1982 interview of Garcia (pt. 1) √
Swing 51 no. 07 (1983). Includes Hunt 1983a interview of Garcia (pt. 2), Rowan interview. √
Swing 51 no. 08 (1984). Includes Barlow interview, Tom Constanten interview. Includes flier for "Fifth Annual Reunion of Fairport Convention" and for the magazine. These are held and catalogued separately with artifacts.
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Tamarkin, Jeff. 1978. Record Review: Heaven Help the Fool. Relix 5, 2 (May-June 1978), p. 13.
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Tamarkin, Jeff. 1980c. The Relix Interview: Jerry Garcia, Part II. Relix 7, 5 (October 1980): 21-23. conducted 5/15/80
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Tennis, John. 1971b. Over 7,000 Attend / Concert "Fantastic" / But Crowded. Unknown newspaper, unknown date. Electronic text via post by slip (Harry Angus) to Deadlists, 4/20/2011.
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Thompson, Allan. 1981. A night with Garcia. Stylus, November 11, 1981, p. 12. Review of 11/1/81 JGB. Good show, but people wanted an encore.
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Unbroken Chain 2, 1 (January-February 1987).
Unbroken Chain 2, 2 (March 1987).
Unbroken Chain 2, 3 (Spring 1987).
Unbroken Chain 2, 4 (May 1987).
Unbroken Chain 2, 5 (June/July 1987).
Unbroken Chain 2, 6 (August 1987).
Unbroken Chain 2, 8 (November-December 1987).
Unbroken Chain 3, 1 (January-February 1988). (2x)
Unbroken Chain 3, 2 (March-April 1988).
Unbroken Chain 6, 4 (October 1991).
Unbroken Chain 6, 5 (1991).
Unbroken Chain 6, 6 (March 1992).
Unbroken Chain 7, 1 (May 1992).
Unbroken Chain 7, 3 (Fall 1992).
Unbroken Chain 7, 4 (March 1993).
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Unbroken Chain no. 46 (Fall 1993).
Unbroken Chain no. 47 (March 1994).
Unbroken Chain no. 48 (June 1994).
Unbroken Chain no. 51 (April-May-June 1995).
Unbroken Chain no. 52 (July-August-September 1995). (2x)
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Unbroken Chain no. 55 (January-February-March 1996). Maybe incorrect months
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Unbroken Chain no. 57 (October-November-December 1996).
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Wasserman, John L. 1970. On The Town: A Very Rare Rock Occasion. San Francisco Chronicle, October 7, 1970, p. 58. Re 10/4/70
Wasserman, John L. 1970. On the Town: Bush Street Hex Strikes Again. San Francisco Chronicle, November 2, 1970, p. 48. V-Boarding House (960 Bush Street).
Wasserman, John L. 1970. On the Town: 'Calebration' is a Triumph. San Francisco Chronicle, September 2, 1970, p. 55 re GD 8/30/70
Wasserman, John L. 1970. On the Town: Ex-Monkee Nesmith And His New Band. San Francisco Chronicle, August 28, 1970, p. 41. NB GD 8/30/70 already taped.
Wasserman, John L. 1970. On the Town: Marilyn Maye--Zing in the Anthem. San Francisco Chronicle, November 4, 1970, p. 58. Re Marathon '70 thing
Wasserman, John L. 1970. On the Town: Piano Players and Friends. San Francisco Chronicle, July 27, 1970, p. 37. Re Mose Allison, Horace Silver, Vince Guaraldi.
Wasserman, John L. 1970. On The Town: Something Weird at Tull Concert. San Francisco Chronicle, October 21, 1970, p. 45. Mention of Escovedo Brothers Latin jamming at Union West, which I think Corry thought Garcia might have been a part of.
Wasserman, John L. 1970. On the Town: The Troubador—Virtues Like the I. San Francisco Chronicle, August 7, 1970, p. 41. V-Boarding House.
Wasserman, John L. 1970. On the Town: The Who Is--Just Staggering. San Francisco Chronicle, June 17, 1970, p. 47. Mention of 6/21/70 GD-NRPS at Pauley Ballroom.
Wasserman, John L. 1970. On the Town: Violin's Place in Rock Sound. San Francisco Chronicle, September 7, 1970, p. 41.
Wasserman, John L. 1971. A Rare Chance to Hear 'Lone Cat'. San Francisco Chronicle, May 5, 1971, p. 42. re Jesse Fuller
Wasserman, John L. 1971. Aretha Franklin – Boss Blues Lady. San Francisco Chronicle, March 8, 1971, p. 39.
Wasserman, John L. 1971. Friends, Relations and Good Intentions. San Francisco Chronicle, March 17, 1971, p. 63. V-Friends_and_Relations
Wasserman, John L. 1971. Heavy on the Hot Stuff. SFC, July 12, 1971, p. 41. Latin bands, CJM
Wasserman, John L. 1971. How to Open a Recording Studio. San Francisco Chronicle, March 1, 1971, p. 39. Re v-Columbia_Studios √
Wasserman, John L. 1971. Mongo, Armando – The Mambo is Socko. San Francisco Chronicle, September 3, 1971, p. 40.
Wasserman, John L. 1971. Santamaria Band is First Class. San Francisco Chronicle, February 5, 1971, p. 41.
Wasserman, John L. 1971. Some Travesties in the Music Biz. San Francisco Chronicle, March 24, 1971, p. 42.
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2 comments:

  1. Joe, This is awesome and likely properly done but would be easier to use if the dates were first and in chronological order.

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  2. Yeah, I have to have author first, when possible.

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