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JGMF Bibliography



JGMF Bibliography
7/1/2020


"[illegible] Drowns at Willow Creek," Humboldt Times, August 26, 1947, p. 1?. re Joe Garcia death.
"1,000 At Concert Drink LSD-Spiked Cider," Los Angeles Times, June 1, 1971, p. C7. re Winterland jg1971-05-29.nrps-gd √
"10,000 See Free Concert in Park," Billboard, May 18, 1968 p. 14 re gd1968-05-05 √
"1000 Get 'Stoned' at Winterland," San Francisco Examiner, May 31, 1971, pp. 1, 12. Re jg1971-05-29.nrps-gd
"12 arrests at Garcia concert," Argus-Courier (Petaluma, CA), March 2, 1993, p. 2. Expost jg1993-02-27.jgb √
"142 drug arrests made at 'Dead' rock concert," Milwaukee Journal, May 31, 1980, p. 8. Re gd1980-05-30 {jpg}
"2 Grateful Dead Concerts Canceled on Security Issue," New York Times, August 31, 1972, p. 27. re gd1972-09-15-16.cxl
"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 Benefit for Bear Commune," San Francisco Chronicle, June 1, 1971, p. 41. √ announce jg1971-06-03.nrps
"A Breather for the Dead," Oakland Tribune, October 2, 1976, p. 14-E.
"A Few More Words," Berkeley Barb, March 12-18, 1971, pp. 3, 8. re gd1971-03-05 √
"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}
"A Pause in Light Show Strike," San Francisco Chronicle, August 4, 1969, p. 5. √
"A weekend of jazz planned at the Back Door Aug. 8, 9," Ukiah Daily Journal, August 6, 1980, p. 10.
"'Acid Test' to Happen Here", Daily Bruin, March 11, 1966, p. 11. re gd1966-03-10 cxl
"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
"Beach Boys, Chicago at Arena May 18," St. Louis Post-Dispatch, May 11, 1975, p. 4H. mention LOM 5/16/75 √
"Benefit concert for Bread and Roses," Argus-Courier (Petaluma, CA), November 14, 1986, p. 1B. preview JGJK 11/14/86 implies that Garcia, Kahn, Rowan and Muldaur will perform together. What might have been! √
"Benefit Concert is Set Tonight," Independent Journal [San Rafael, CA], August 23, 1974, p. 20. re 8/23/74 √
"Big Mama to aid in raising of the dead," California Aggie, January 6, 1967, p. 5. pre GD 1/6/67 √
"B'klyn Be-In," Village Voice, October 9, 1969, 20. See http://jgmf.blogspot.com/2009/12/gd-october-12-1969-meadow-prospect-park.html.
"Bluegrass Band Slated at Temple," Courier-Post, June 4, 1973, p. 3. Preview 6/11/73 OAITW √
"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 Tonight at the Orphanage," San Francisco Chronicle, April 23, 1973, p. 39. Announce OAITW 4/23/73 √
"Bluegrass, western concert set," Eugene Register-Guard, May 6, 1973, p. 2B, via Google News. √ re OAITW 5/8/73
"Blues to reopen old synagogue," San Francisco Examiner, April 16, 1977, p. 8. re v-Theatre_1839_SF √
"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. Positive review jg1975-12-27.jgb, not clear early or late. √
"Bringing Country to the City," BAM, September 12, 1980, pp. 20-21. {jpg} re v-Saddlerack.
"Caldwell concerts set," Asbury Park Press, August 11, 1984, p. A7. preview jg1984-08-11.jgb √
"Capitol announces fall lineup," Herald-News, August 24, 1973, p. 8. announce jg1973-09-06.jgms √
"Carousel Ball," San Francisco Chronicle, June 11, 1968, p. 3. √
"Carousel Fights Straight Scene for Free Zone," Berkeley Barb, June 14-20, 1968, p. 7. √
"Carousel Fund gets music royalties," Petaluma Argus-Courier, March 8, 1994, p. 4A. √
"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 methamphetamine. 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 [STP?], 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.
"Charity May Hold Poynette Rock Fest," Capital Times, April 24, 1971, 13.
"'Cipher Killer's' New Letter," San Francisco Examiner, August 4, 1969, p. 4. √
"Col, Douglas Dist. Renewal," Cash Box, April 1, 1972, p. 9.
"College suing borough over law on gatherings," Asbury Park Press, November 1, 1984, p. 3. expost jg1984-08-11.jgb √
"Concert A Dead Giveaway In Bust." Buffalo News, November 6, 1993. re busts at jg1993-11-05.jgb {txt, h}
"Concert at Bowl," Santa Barbara News-Press, October 12, 1974, p. C9. re jg1974-10-13.jgms
"Concert to be Benefit," Argus-Courier (Petaluma, CA), October 24, 1973, p. 17. Preview jg1973-11-04.oaitw √
"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. √
"Dancing at the Beach," San Francisco Examiner, April 24, 1969, p. 3. re v-FDGH
"Dead Ahead," BAM no. 9 (December 1976), p. 11.
"Dead Ahead: Nights of the Living Dead: News Flashes For the New Year," BAM (February 1978), p. 72.
"Dead Air," Advertising Age, August 3, 1987, p. C3. {pdf, h}
"Dead Live Aren't Always Dead 'Live'," Street Journal, January 16-22, p. 13, via Independent Voices. re GD 1/10/70 awesome uncredited photos of Pig, a Casady-esque Lesh, and madman Hart. 1/10/70 was good, not great – not as good as Live/Dead. Fair enough. Interesting commentary on SF vs. SD. Concourse presented the band with "hundreds of rows of carefully aligned and immovable chairs and plenty of cops" to keep clear the aisles. Usheretes were "petite, reserved … properly coiffed and outfitted", the whole scene more appropriate to Dvorak than the Dead.
"Dead, Riders, Brothers", California Aggie, January 27, 1971, p. 6. Re jg1971-01-21.nrps-gd √
"Dead's Garcia held for drugs in GG Park," San Francisco Examiner, January 19, 1985, p. A2. re bust 1985-01-18
"Dead's Garcia sets show at Lawlor," Reno Gazette-Journal, January 30, 1987, p. 1D. preview jg1987-02-21.jgb √
"Dead's Jerry Garcia Plays Penn State," Centre Daily Times, November 15, 1984, p. C-9. preview jg1984-11-16.jgjk √
"Entertainment Board Presents Merle [sic] Saunders, Jerry Garcia," California Aggie, August 28, 1974, p. 4. preview jg1974-08-30.jgms
"Eviction Time For Family Dog," Rolling Stone, December 7, 1968, p. 8. √
"Ex Grateful Dead Aide Gets 6 Months," Marin Independent Journal, March 2, 1972, p. unk. re Lenny Hart √
"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. √
"Family Dog Spot Renovated, Open," Billboard, April 3, 1971, p. 46. re v-FDGH
"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 (August 10, 1968), p. 4. text available via URL http://deadsources.blogspot.com/2013/06/springsummer-1968-san-francisco.html.
"Film on Author Joseph Campbell," Los Angeles Times, May 7, 1987, p. H29. √
"Focus on California Composers," San Francisco Chronicle, May 6, 1977, p. 46. √
"Four drug arrests made during concert in Providence," Providence Journal, November 30, 1983, p. C3. expost jg1983-11-29.jgb √
"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 7/2/67.
"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 performs twice Saturday," Times-Standard (Eureka, CA), November 12, 1976, p. 3. re JGB 11/13/76
"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 Returns to Marx Meadows," Berkeley Barb, September 6-12, 1974, p. 2. √
"Garcia Serves Up New Paltz, Brings His Own Chef," Oracle (SUNY New Paltz), December 8, 1977, p. 2. expost jg1977-11-29.jgb.
"Garcia ticket sales planned," Times-Standard (Arcata, CA), March 4, 1982, p. A-4. preview jg1982-03-18-19.
"Garcia to Perform," Santa Barbara News-Press, February 5, 1977, p. C15. re jg1977-02-05
"Garcia to Play In Yoga Benefit," Oakland Tribune, November 21, 1973, p. 26. pre jg1973-11-28.seastones √
"Garcia will rise again," Press-Democrat (Santa Rosa, CA), January 18, 1983, p. 1C. preview jg1983-01-22.jgb √
"Garcia," Daily Nexus (U.C. Santa Barbara), February 3, 1977, p. 10. pictorial preview jg1977-02-05.jgb √
"Garcia's court date," San Francisco Examiner, January 25, 1985, p. B4.
"Garcia's New Band at the Granada," Santa Barbara News and Review, June 20, 1975, p. 19. picture of jg1974-10-13, Maria fronting the band, Paul Humphrey plainly visible. √
"Garcia's Shows Set Broadway Record," San Francisco Chronicle, October 13, 1987, p. E3. √
"'Godspell' will close On Sept. 9," Marin Independent Journal, August 17, 1973, p. 20.
"Gone Fishing?" Villanovan, October 29, 1975, p. 11. Preview jg1975-10-31.jgb
"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 appear in concert at Freeborn," Daily Democrat, January 16, 4. preview gd1971-01-21
"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 Cancel East Coast Tour," New York Times, August 15, 11. √
"'Grateful Dead' Leader Indicted," Philadelphia Inquirer, June 20, 1973, p. 3B. indicted 6/14/73 for 3/27/73 bust√
"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 May Deal Their Own," Rolling Stone, January 4, 1973, 12.
"Grateful Dead Passes Away," Middlebury Campus, April 19, 1978, p. 14. re cxl gd1978-04-22. √
"Grateful Dead Perform in Mayser on April 10," Franklin & Marshall College Reporter 8,2, April 2, 1971, p. 1. preview NRPS-GD 4/10/71
"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 's Garcia Hospitalized in Marin," San Francisco Chronicle, July 12, 1986, p. 3. √
"Grateful Dead 's Jerry Garcia Leaves Intensive Care," San Francisco Chronicle, July 18, 1986, p. 30. √
"Grateful Dead singer Jerry Garcia dies at 53." USA Today international edition, August 10, 1995, 1. {h}
"Grateful Dead to Be No-Shows in Ventura," Los Angeles Times, May 12, 1988, via URL http://articles.latimes.com/1988-05-12/news/ve-4151_1_grateful-dead, consulted 11/23/2015.
"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 Veteran Back," Independent Journal (September 19, 1975), p. 21. re JGB 9/20-21/75
"Grateful Dead Won't Appear," Milwaukee Journal, November 28, 1979, pt2, p. 5 (accessed via Google News), re cxl GD 12/13/79
"Grateful Dead, Allman Bros. Take to the Great Outdoors," Rolling Stone, June 21, 22.
"Grateful Dead, Garcia Band due," Melody Maker, November 22, 1980, p. unk. Re abortive early '81 JGB tour of Europe.
"Grateful Dead's Venues," NME, March 7, 1970, p. 9. √
"'Grateful' Garcia's alive at Caesar's," Reno Gazette-Journal, November 3, 1988, p. 9. Preview jg1988-11-04-05 √
"Guitarist Garcia gets option on drug charge," San Francisco Examiner, February 15, 1985, p. B1.
"Half Notes: Digging Diga." Crawdaddy no. 51 (August 1975): 20. 5/30/75 Diga show. [365]
"Herbert, Bramy New Firm," Billboard, February 2, 1974, p. 20.
"Highway Robbery At the Family Dog," Rolling Stone, February 7, 1970, p. 14. re v-FDGH
"Hippies, 'Straights' Attend Be-In," Seattle Times, July 17, 1967, p. 44. expost GD 7/16/67 Golden Gardens
"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."
"Ike and Tina at Theater 1839," San Francisco Chronicle, December 19, 1974, p. 49. Re v-Theater_1839
"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).
"Interview with Jerry Garcia," Muther Grumble no. 5 (May 1972): 16-17. {pdf}
"Is This Broadway?" Foghorn, October 18, 1974, p. 10. re John Hendricks Evolution of the Blues, mentions Melvin, other personnel given: pianist Larry Vuckovich, bassist Vernon Alley and Leny McBrowne on drums. at the On Broadway in SF
"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 & Merl Saunders, Jeffrey Comanor," Cash Box, November 9, 1974, p. 38. Positive review of one of the 10/74 JGMS shows at Golden Bear, confirms Humphrey on drums.
"Jerry Garcia Agrees To Drug Diversion Plan," San Francisco Chronicle, March 20, 1985, p. 2.
"Jerry Garcia Band At the Arlington," Daily Nexus Arts Supplement (U.C. Santa Barbara), May 17, 1984, p. 4A. preview jg1984-05-19.jgb
"Jerry Garcia Band to appear at Denver's Rainbow Music Hall Nov. 19," Gazette-Telegraph (Colorado Springs, CO), November 6, 1981, p. 8E. preview jg1981-11-19 √
"Jerry Garcia Band to perform," Daily Collegian (Penn State University), December 9, 1977, p. 3. re jg1977-12-11.jgb
"Jerry Garcia Band," Sierra Sun Music Festival [concert program], pp. 5-6. re JGB 7/24/83
"Jerry Garcia Concert," Newspeak, December 10, 1974, p. 8. Expost jg1974-11-15.jgms – economic info
"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 OK after crash," San Francisco Examiner, January 19, 1995, p. A-2. √ re jg1995-01-18.car-crash
"Jerry Garcia performs tonight at the Phoenix Theatre in Petaluma", Ukiah Daily Journal, January 21, 1983, p. 8.
"Jerry Garcia Released From Hospital," San Francisco Chronicle, August 2, 1986, p. 1. √
"Jerry Garcia Returning To the Stage," San Francisco Chronicle, September 26, 1986, p. 78. √
"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 JG1976-03-13.jgb
"Jerry Garcia, Merle [sic] Saunders talk on KVRE," Press-Democrat (Santa Rosa, CA), August 7, 1979, p. "40". √
"Jerry Garcia," Hard Road 1, 1 (July 20, 1970), pp 1-4 (unnumbered). Interview from 6/22/70. [xxx] {mag, pdf}
"Jerry Garcia: A Born and Raised Mission Home Boy," undated, http://www.sfmission.com/famous/jerry_garcia.htm, consulted 5/29/2017.
"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} √
"Jerry Garcia's Injured Hand Cancels Gig," San Francisco Examiner, February 13, 1995, p. A-2. √ re jg1995-02-10-13.cxl.
"Jesse Winchester is in Exile and is Happy," Circus (August 1970): 56.
"John Gray and Long Hair: The Heat's On In Denver," Rolling Stone, November 23, 1967, p. 6. re v-Denver_Dog √
"Journey launches busy concert month," Herald-News, May 6, 1983, p. D-16. √
"Jury Indicts 5 Hippies in Drug Case," San Francisco Chronicle, April 25, 1967, p. 7. √
"Legion of Mary in county Friday," Delaware County (Pa.) Daily Times, April 8, 1975, p. 12. Announcement of 4/11/75 LOM shows.
"Light Artists End Their Picketing," San Francisco Chronicle, August 6, 1969, p. 3. √
"Light Brothers," Berkeley Tribe, August 1-7, 1969, p. 8. √
"Light Show Picketed," Santa Rosa Press-Democrat, August 31, 1969, p. 6A.
"'Light' Strike Suspended," San Francisco Examiner, August 4, 1969, p. 42.
"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. √
"Man Drowns in Trinity River," Arcata Union, August 29, 1947, p. 4. re Joe Garcia death
"Manhattan, 'Dead' At Homecoming '70," The Hoya, October 22, 1970, p. 1. re gd1970-10-23
"McLaughlin to head upcoming show," Spectrum, January 28, 1972, p. 13. re jg1972-01-29
"Metro police cool off rock festival gate-crashers," Toronto Daily Star, June 29, 1970, p. 1. Re 6/28/70 {pdf}
"Mickey Hart," Digital Interviews, August 2000, URL https://web.archive.org/web/20120315032002/http://www.digitalinterviews.com/digitalinterviews/views/hart.shtml, consulted 4/25/2020. √
"Mickey Hart: Off the Road and Into His Head," Circular 4, 36 (September 11, 1972), 2 pp. {mag, ocr pdf}
"Midnight concert set," Asbury Park Press, June 25, 1982, p. 33. preview jgjk 19820625 √
"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
"Negro Hits Casino with Bias Charge," San Francisco Chronicle, March 1, 1968, p. 26. √
"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.
"Olompali Superjam for Bread," Berkeley Barb Issue 187 (March 14-21, 1969), p. 12. re 3/17/69
"OSP Parolee Arrested," Statesman-Journal (Salem, OR), April 26, 1984, p. 3B. re Steve Stilling, arrested for armed robbery in Utah, having been paroled in 12/83.
"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.
"Paul Speegle's Son is Killed," Petaluma Argus-Courier, February 20, 1961, p. 1. √
"PEC Fishing for the Big Ones," New Mexico Daily Lobo, July 11, 1974, p. 6. re GD CXL 10/27/74
"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}
"Picket Line Splits Grateful Dead," San Francisco Examiner, August 2, 1969, p. 3. re LAG, 8/1/69
"Picket line splits Grateful Dead," San Francisco Examiner, August 2, 1969, p. 3.
"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.
"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
"Pleads guilty to drug charge," Gastonia Gazette, December 9, 3A. re Parish bust 12/8/77.
"Poco Show Canceled," Montreal Gazette, October 20, 1970, p. 48. cxl GD 11/18/70
"Pop Music: Gentleman Rocker," Los Angeles Times (San Diego County edition), July 31, 1992, p. F1. preview jg1992-08-02 √
"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. √
"Purple Sage, Tuna in Benefit," San Francisco Examiner, March 16, 1970, p. 28. preview jg1970-03-18.nrps
"Random Notes," Rolling Stone, December 16, 1976, p. 35. Arista stuff
"Reconstruction Rocks at the River," Argus-Courier (Petaluma, CA), June 22, 1979, p. 3B. preview jg 1979-06-23 √
"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. See http://jgmf.blogspot.com/2010/06/gd-september-11-12-1970-pepperland-san.html. re v-Pepperland {h, pdf, Google Books}
"Rock Billboard: Maria Muldaur slates benefit," Independent Journal, June 17, 1977, p. 27. √
"Rock Concert Scheduled for Ocala," Ocala Star-Banner, March 3, 1970, 2B. See http://jgmf.blogspot.com/2009/12/gd-may-9-1970-ocala-fl-canceled.html. √
"Rock Fest Promoters Heed Request; Cancel Concert Plans," Herald-Times-Reporter (Manitowoc-Two Rivers, Wisc.), July 3, 1-2. √
"Rock fest promoters say time worst enemy," The Southeast Missourian, August 12, 1970, 1, 8. See http://jgmf.blogspot.com/2009/12/gd-sikeston-mo-september-4-6-1970.html. √
"Rock Group Embezzling Case is Set," Independent-Journal, August 10, 1971, p. 5. re Lenny Hart √
"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 'n Roll Group Quits at Carousel," San Francisco Examiner, June 26, 1968, p. 17. √
"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. √
"S.F. Lites Out; Fest Boycott?" Helix vol. 9 no. 3 (August 20, 1969), 4.
"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. MISSING p52
"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
"Sierra Sun Music Festival Set for Sunday," Mountain Democrat and Eldorado News, July 20, 1983, p. B7. preview JGB 7/24/83
"Signings," Billboard, February 5, 1977, p. 37. Re JGB, GD and Bob Weir Band signing with Arista Records.
"Some 100 'Dead Heads' arrested at Stateline," Sacramento Bee, November 8, 1988, p. B3. expost jg1988-11-04-05.jgb √
"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 Angels and the Olympics," L.A. Weekly, June 1-7, 1984, p. 6. expost jg1984-05-19.jgb. √
"The Chosen Family Gone From Olompali," Independent-Journal (San Rafael, CA), August 12, 1969, p. 29.
"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 Garcia To Perform SUCO Concert," Palladium-Times, December 9, 1983, p. 5. preview jg1983-12-11.jgb
"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 Hunter," Los Angeles Free Press, April 1-7, 1977, p. 18, via Independent Voices. √
"The Jerry Garcia Band Returns Here Jan. 29," Santa Cruz Sentinel, January 16, 1981, p. 19. Preview JGB 1/29/81 √
"The Music is Hip in Central Park," New York Times, June 9, 1967, p. 40. re GD 6/8/67
"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
"Theater balcony plunge," Boston Globe, December 6, 1977, p. 5. JGB 12/2/77 a guy jumped off the balcony. √
"Ticketron Gets Garcia Tickets Before Campus," (SUNY Stony Brook) Statesman, October 28, 1977, p. 3, accessed online; re 12/9/77
"Tickets for Grateful Dead Party Now On Sale," Newspeak, November 5, 1974, p. 5. Announce jg1974-11-15.jgms.
"Tom Fogarty [sic] Leaves Creedence," San Francisco Chronicle, February 3, 1971, p. 42.
"Tom Fogerty – Goodbye Media Man" - Fantasy/Galaxy Record Co. 1971. 10:40 film centered on the making of "Goodbye Media Man" at Fantasy Studios in Berkeley in 1971. Tom Fogerty, Merl Saunders, John Kahn?, Bill Vitt, unknown engineers (at least 3). Appears to be BBC source, posted by Ken Levy, 10/9/2013, URL https://youtu.be/Dn0DjfCHc9I, consulted 5/7/2016.
"Tower Raid Nips Bookie Nerve Center," Oakland Tribune, August 15, 1959, p. B-3. √
"Tragedy Strikes David Crosby," Rolling Stone, November 1, 1969, p. 8. Christine died on 9/30.
"Tranquility upset," Asbury Park Press, August 13, 1984, p. A3. expost JGB 8/11/84 √
"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 Bands to Appear for Dance," Spartan Daily (San Jose State University), October 16, 1969, p. 3. preview jg1969-10-17.nrps √
"Two night spots protest Fairfax permit proposal," Independent-Journal (San Rafael, CA), December 9, 1975, p. 5.
"Two Rock Shows at Temple Festival," Sunday Times Advertiser (Trenton, NJ), June 10, 1973, p. 18. Preview jg1973-06-11.oaitw √
"UA, Grateful Dead Sign Deal for Mfg, Mktg, Distribution," Cash Box, June 28, 1975, p. 7. √
"Unfriendly Relations," Berkeley Tribe v. 5 n.19 (issue #99) (June 11-18, 1971), p. 10. re naked tripper at NRPS 6/3/71
"Union Hours Expanded; 'Dead' Planned," The Ithacan, November 6, 1970, p. 2. ca. early 1971 GD might-have-been
"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
"University Suspends Concerts Indefinitely," The Hoya, November 5, 1970, p. 1. expost gd1970-10-23
"Vallejo Mass Murder Threat Fails," San Francisco Examiner, August 3, 1969, p. 9. √
"Villanova Concert," Philadelphia Daily News, January 14, 1972, p. unk. preview hwjg 1/23/72
"Visitor Drowns in Trinity," Humboldt Standard, August 26, 1947, p. unk. re Joe Garcia death
"Wavy Gravy", Good Times, March 12, 1971, p. 15. re gd 3/3/71 √
"WB in Artist- Buying Spree: Hartford, Baldry, New Acts," Billboard, May 8, 1971, p. 74.
"Weir, Garcia, Muldaur Here," Spokesman-Review, October 26, 1978, p. ?; re jg1978-10-27.jgb √
"West Fest Struck," Berkeley Tribe v1 n5 (issue 6) (August 8-14, 1969), pp. 3, 4. 1969 Wild West Fest. {h} √
"Westward Whoa," Good Times, August 7, 1969, pp. 4-5. √
"When Garcia Came," Villanovan, February 9, 1972, p. 7. negative review jg1972-01-23.hwjg
"Wife of Guitarist Bob Weir Reported Shot In Stomach," Independent Journal (San Rafael, CA), February 3, 1975, p. 1. √
"Wild West' Festival Called Off," San Francisco Chronicle, August 14, 1969, pp. 1, 30. √
"Winterland on Probation," San Francisco Chronicle, August 11, 1971, p. 2. expost 5/29/71 √
"Winterland--'on the floor like dying fish'," Berkeley Barb, June 11-17, 1971, p. ?4. re: 5/29/71, LSD spiked cider, 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". √
"Zappa and Mothers Give Two Concerts Wednesday," Chicago Tribune, May 3, 1970, F7. See http://jgmf.blogspot.com/2009/12/gd-may-xx-betwee-23rd-and-30th-1970.html.
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Alexander, Phil. 1975. For the record. Cash Box, June 28, 1975, p. 24. √
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BAM no. 026 (January 1978). incl Block 1978 √
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Bluegrass Unlimited 07, 10 (April 1973) no JG content √
Bluegrass Unlimited 07, 11 (May 1973). √
Bluegrass Unlimited 07, 12 (June 1973). √
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Cahill, Mark. 19811104. Garcia's Musical Mission. Vermont Cynic, November 4, 1981, p. 20. preview jg1981-11-14.jgb √
Cahill, Mark. 19811119. Searing Jams and Mellow Tunes. Vermont Cynic, November 19. 1981, p. 24. positive review jg1981-11-14.jgb √
Cain, Scott. 1976. Jerry Garcia Due for Fox Concert. Atlanta Journal-Constitution, April 4, 1976, p. 7-F. preview jg1976-04-05.jgb √
Cain, Tim. 1991. Playing in the Band with Kenny Kosek, Bill Keith, Jim Rooney and Eric Weissberg. Relix 18, 3 (June): 20 {mag, jpg, h} √
California 15, 12 (December 1990). includes neat pictorial of Deadhead families √
California. 1975. Weather Report. Dark Star 1, 1 (November): 4-5, 7. {mag, pdf} √
Callahan, Mike, Patrice Eyries, and Dave Edwards. 2007. Crimson Album Discography Album Discographies, updated June 24, 2007, URL http://www.bsnpubs.com/philadelphia/lostnite/crimson.html, consulted 4/16/2012.
Calta, Marialisa. 1994. Cooking for the "Dead". New York Times, July 17, 31. re healthy menu for GD ca. 7/12/94
Campbell, Donald T., and Donald W. Fiske. 1959. Convergent and discriminant validation by the multitrait-multimethod matrix. Psychological Bulletin 56, 2 (March): 81-105.
Campbell, Jackie. 1980. Grateful Dead – They Go to Play. Rocky Mountain News, June 8, 1980, p. 39C. Interview conducted ca. 5/29/80.
Campbell, Joseph, with Bill Moyers. 1988. The Power of Myth. New York: Doubleday.
Campbell, Mary. 1973. Former 'Airplane' Star's 'Adventures of Panama Red'. Berkeley Daily Gazette, December 15, 1973, p. 16. √
Campbell, Mary. 1981. Grateful Dead: Communicating and Growing. Evening Journal (Wilmingon, DE), May 30, p. unk. {jpg} Pimping the live albums, JG sounds happy. Mentions second GD night at MSG as really good. √
Campbell, Tom. 1968. The Pop Scene: Grandma Has a Hot Line. San Francisco Examiner, November 9, 1968, p. 9.
Campbell, Tom. 19700822. Family Dog Finally Dies. San Francisco Examiner, August 22, 1970, p. 10. re v-FDGH
Campbell, Tom. 19701107. Deflating the Ticket Prices. San Francisco Examiner, November 7, 1970, p. 10. √
Campbell, Tom. 1972. The Rowans coming on like a Supergroup. Stars and Stripes, September 30, 1972, p. 19. {pdf} √
Campbell, Tom. 1975. On the Pop Scene: A unique record contract. San Francisco Examiner, September 20, p. 8. √
Candy, Vincent. 1977. An Encounter That's Out of This World Stage: Squat Abuses. New York Times, November 17, p. 70.
Cane, Paul. 1974. Bluegrass Festival Was 'Mellow' Event. Marin Independent-Journal, April 29, 1974, p. 1. re GSCBF. {pdf, h} √
Caporaso, James A., and Raymond Duvall. 1972. Toward a Knowledge Base for the Study of Social Change. Typescript, Northwestern University, February.
Capra, Chris. 1975. New look at Moreau. Hayward Daily Review, February 15, 1975, p. 6. Says school is looking to bring Jerry Garcia for a 3/14/75 concert.
Cara, Holly. 1981. Sweet Seventeen, the American Dream. Sojourner 6, 5 (January): 13. √
Carlini, John. 1991a. Jerry Garcia and David Grisman: The Continuing Process. Guitar Extra! 2, 3 (Fall): 52-55, 71-72. √
Carlini, John. 1991b. Jerry Garcia's Banjo Style. Banjo Newsletter, The 5-String Banjo Magazine 18 (March): 11. √
Carlson, Wayne. 1974. Dynamite Combination of Sweet 'N Sexy: Superstar Maria Muldaur. Copley News Service. Colorado Springs Gazette-Telegraph, August 7, 1974, p. 2-C. {pdf}. √ see also Carlson, Wayne. 1974. A Dynamic Voice. Daily Gleaner, August 9, 1974, p. 5. √
Carman, John. 1971. Road to Rock Concert Rocky, Promoters Find. Milwaukee Journal, March 19, 1971, pp. 1, 3. re difficulties of trying to promote to/by "the youth" and "alternative" market {h, pdf} http://deadsources.blogspot.com/2013/11/march-21-1971-expo-center-milwaukee-wi.html
Carman, John. 1971. Rock Show a harbinger in Battle for Youth Park? Milwaukee Journal, March 22, 1971, pp. 1, 3. re 3/21/71; on unknown page there is a live shot of the band during the show {h, pdf} http://deadsources.blogspot.com/2013/11/march-21-1971-expo-center-milwaukee-wi.html
Carnabucci, Karen, and Bonnie Shok. 1971. Lewis' rock show committee criticized by concert sponsors. Daily Collegian (Penn State University), January 29, 1971 (accessed via Google News).
Carper, George. 1970. Groups to Present Resurrected Sounds. Daily Cougar (University of Houston), xxx date, p. 4. √ preview gd1970-02-20
Carr, Patrick. 19720127. Riffs. Village Voice, January 27, 1972 pp. 47-48. re 1/21/72a
Carr, Patrick. 19720205. Jerry Garcia: a rare interview. New Musical Express, February 5, 8.
Carr, Patrick. 19720401. The Dead. New Musical Express, April 1, 5.
Carr, Patrick. 19720406. Why Is That Hairy Man Grinning? Village Voice, April 6, 1972, pp. 46, 48, 50, 63. Text accessible via URL http://deadsources.blogspot.com/2015/04/march-21-28-1972-academy-of-music-new.html
Carr, Patrick. 19720517. One Full Week Running With: Grateful Dead. Grapevine (Toronto) no. 14, May 17, 1972, p. 15. {mag, pdf, h}. Positive review of GD @ NYC Academy of Music, 3/21-28/72. √ text at URL http://deadsources.blogspot.com/2014/09/march-21-28-1972-academy-of-music-nyc.html
Carr, Patrick. 19720928. By The Chicken Wire: Dylan Stalks the Dead. Village Voice, September 28, 1972. text at http://deadsources.blogspot.com/2014/09/july-18-1972-dylan-stalks-dead.html
Carr, Patrick. 1972xx. Jerry Garcia: A Rare Interview. New Musical Express, February 2, p. unk, txt via URL http://deadsources.blogspot.com/2014/09/january-1972-jerry-garcia-interview.html, consulted 12/19/2015. interview 1/21/72
Carr, Patrick. 1973. The Grateful Dead Makes a Real Good Hamburger. New York Times, March 11, p. 149. review of E72 √
Carr, Roy. 197202. Jerry Garcia: A Rare Interview. New Musical Express, February 5, 1972, p. unk, text via http://deadsources.blogspot.com/2014/09/january-1972-jerry-garcia-interview.html, consulted 9/5/2014. Interview backstage at Academy 1/21/72.
Carr, Roy. 197204. The Dead. New Musical Express, April 1, 1972, p. unk, text via URL http://deadsources.blogspot.com/2014/09/march-1972-jerry-garcia-interview.html, consulted 9/5/2014. interview ca. 3/28/72
Carr, Roy. 197209. Grateful Dead: Reluctant Celebrities. Hit Parader v.1 n. 98 (September): 28-30. Very similar to
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Carroll, Jon. 1982. Jerry Garcia by Jon Carroll. URL http://www.rkdn.org/Dead/Conversation.asp, accessed 2/28/2015. (Originally appeared as "A Conversation with Jerry Garcia" in the Spring/Summer 1982 Playboy Guide: Electronic Entertainment.) √
Casciato, Tom. 1978. Garcia just plays good music. Stanford Daily, February 23, 7. Positive review jg1978-02-17.jgb √
Cassidy, M. 1994. Jerry Garcia, Faith Healer. Harper's Magazine, April 1994, 32.
Catlin, Roger. 1991. Garcia Band stretches star's old limits. Hartford Courant, November 18, p. B3. positive review jgb 11/17/91 √
Caulkins, Jonathan P. 1994. Developing Price Series for Cocaine. RAND Corporation, Drug Policy Research Center, URL www.rand.org%2Fcontent%2Fdam%2Frand%2Fpubs%2Fmonograph_reports%2F2007%2FMR317.pdf, consulted 2/1/2014.
Cerami, Anna. 1980. Not So Sweet Little 17. Relix 7, 3 (June): 13-14. Re Rachel Sweet {mag}
Chabiron, Jacques. 1970. Le mort reconnaissant. Rock & Folk 42 (July): p. unk. R&F 42-juillet 70-Westpop 3.jpg
Chabiron, Jacques. 1971. La Danse du Dead. Rock & Folk no. 55 (August) 44-49; translation at URL http://deadsources.blogspot.com/2014/02/june-21-1971-herouville-france.html
Chadbourne, Eugene. 1973. New Riders Finally Carry Stampede Into Summertown. Calgary Herald, July 13, 1973, p. 33. √
Chambers, Steve. 1981. Garcia performs. Glassboro Whit, February 19, 1981, p. 9. Positive review jg1091-02-15.jgb √
Chandler, David W. 1975. Legion Recaptures Past. Wisconsin State Journal, April 22, 1975, p. 32. review of 4/20/75 {pdf chron}
Charlie v.3 n.8 (March 1971). Includes James 1971 √
Cheverton, Dick and Glenda Sampson. 1970. Loveliest of visions; terms of terror. Chicago Today, May 5, 33. Review of 4/26/70. {jpg}
Childs, Andy. 197309. The History of the Grateful Dead, part 1. ZigZag v.3 n.12 (no. 35, September): 8 pp.
Childs, Andy. 197310. The History of the Grateful Dead, part 2. ZigZag v.3 n.12 (no. 36, October) (mmmm): 7 pp. unnumbered. {mag}
Childs, Andy. 197311. The History of the Grateful Dead, part 3. Zigzag v.4 n.1 (no. 37, November): 6 pp.
Childs, Andy. 1974. A Conversation with Phil Lesh. ZigZag v.5 n.6 (no. 46, October): 6-13.
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Chowka, Peter Barry. 1970. The Grateful Dead, Here? Yes, Here! Hoya (Georgetown University), October 22, 1970, p. unk. {jpg} preview of 10/23/70
Christgau, Robert. 1969. The Grateful Dead Are Rising Again. New York Times, July 27, 1969, p. D22, text via http://deadsources.blogspot.com/2012/02/june-20-july-11-1969-new-york-city.html. [062] re GD June-July 1969 NYC.
Christgau, Robert. 1977. Dropping In on the Grateful Dead. Village Voice 22, 19 (May 9), p. 55. {mag, pdf}
Churchill, Creighton H. 1969. What's Happening. San Francisco Bay Guardian, September 30, 1969, p. 13. √
Circular 3, 31 (October 4, 1971). "a weekly news device from Warner/Reprise". GD cover, "The Dead Deliver". {mag, ocr pdf} √
Circular 4, 36 (September 11, 1972). ). "a weekly news device from Warner/Reprise". Mickey Hart cover and feature {mag, ocr pdf} √
Circus 4, 9 (August 1970).incl Ardery and Duffy 1970 √
Circus 5, 4 (March 1971). incl James 1971. √
Circus 5, 5 (April 1971). incl Goldberg 1971 √
Circus no. 162 (August 18, 1977). incl Abrams 1977 √
Clark, John. Dead Angel.
Clemens, Jon. 1971. Grateful Dead Grateful for Sellout Crowds. Commonwealth Reporter, December 17, p. unk. re 12/71 FM broadcast from Felt Forum.
Clemens, Jon. 1972. Jerry Garcia, solo, getting it on. Salina Journal, March 19, 1972, p. 35. {pdf, h}
Clemens, Jon. 1973. Grateful Dead's Guitarist Innovative. Asbury Park Press, June 21, p. 26.
Clemens, Jon. 1973. Jerry Garcia takes a jam session on the road. Salina Journal, July 22, 1973, p. 31. re OAITW {pdf, h}
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Clifford, Anne. 1977. 'War' concert tickets to go on sale here November 3. Daily Collegian (Penn State University), October 24, p. 1. re JGB 12/11/77
Clites, David. 1981. Garcia Plays 'Real Music'. California Aggie, August 12, 1981, p. 5. positive review jg1981-08-07.jgb [jpg] √
Coddington, Lew. 1975. Dead's offshoots showing good, new music bands. Independent-Journal [San Rafael, CA], December 22, 1975, p. 24. re jg1975-12-20.jgb
Cody, John. 2004. James Vincent: highs and lows of a remarkable 'space traveler'. Canadian Christianity.com, February. URL not found as of 4/22/2012. Available upon request.
Cohen, John. 1996. The Tradition Lives. Liner notes for Jerry Garcia and David Grisman, Shady Grove (Acoustic Disc ACD-21). √
Cohen, John. 1996. The Tradition Lives. Liner notes to Jerry Garcia and David Grisman, Shady Grove (Acoustic Disc, ACD-21), ca. 36 unnumbered pages. {h, pdf}
Cohen, Patricia. 1994. Feds Put Hell's Angels on Cloud 9. Newsday, February 5, p. 23, electronic copy. √
Cohen, Patricia. 1994. Feds Put Hell's Angels on Cloud 9. Newsday, February 5, 12, via Proquest. √
Cohen, Richard. 1976. A Classical Indian Music College in Marin? BAM no. 7 (October): 13.
Cohen, Scott. 1975. How to Live the Grateful Dead. Hit Parader (September), 38-40. √
Colford, Paul D. 1996. Jerry Garcia's Widow Talks About His Childhood Memoir. Newsday, January 9, 8E.
Coliver, Bob. 1992? Stay Healthy, Keep Fit: An Interview with Jerry Garcia, 24.5.70. Spiral Light no. 27 pp. 20-21. √
Cone, Ed. 2003. A Conversation with Jerry Garcia. URL https://web.archive.org/web/20031005173400/http://radio.weblogs.com/0107946/2003/01/01.html, January 1, consulted 12/26/2019. jg1987-04-19.interview √
Conner, Dan. 1974. Jerry Garcia comes alive. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, November 18, 1974, p. 5C. positive review jg1974-11-17.jgms √
Connor, Dan. 1975. Memorable concert by the Jerry Garcia Band. Democrat and Chronicle (Rochester, NY), October 27, 1975, p. 18. Positive Review jgb 10/25/75 √
Conroy, Jon. 1978. Doug Sahm Returns (with Dr. John in Tow). BAM #35, July 7, 1978, pp. 25, 38.
Considine, J.D. 1993. Unique CD sprouts from the sounds of the rain forest. Baltimore Sun, March 17, pp. 1C-2C. re Mickey Library of Congress 3/15/93 √
Constanten, Tom. 1992. Between Rock and Hard Places: A Musical Autobiodyssey. Eugene, OR: Hulogosi Press. Signed by the author.
Contemporary Keyboard 1, 2 (November/December 1975). Brief article on Merl, Kriss 1975 √
Conti. 1983. Question Man: Today's Most Exciting Performer? San Francisco Examiner Sunday Punch, March 27, 1983, p. 4.
Cook, Adena. 1973. The Bluegrass Festival as a Peaceable Gathering. Bluegrass Unlimited 08, 1 (July): 29 {mag, jpg, h} √
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Corley, Eric. 1980. Being a Deadhead: Unity and Insanity. Stony Brook Press 1, 8 (February 28, 1980), p. 6. re: 2/24/80 {doc, h} √
Corry: Arnold, Corry. 20090725c. 1981 High Noon with Mickey Hart. Lost Live Dead, July 25, 2009, URL http://lostlivedead.blogspot.com/2009/07/1981-high-noon-with-mickey-hart.html, consulted 7/25/2012
Corry: Arnold, Corry. 20110309. December 12, 1981 Fiesta Hall, San Mateo County Fairgrounds, San Mateo, CA: Grateful Dead/Joan Baez/High Noon "Dance For Nuclear Disarmarment". Lost Live Dead, March 9, 2011, URL http://lostlivedead.blogspot.com/2011/03/december-12-1981-fiesta-hall-san-mateo.html, consulted 7/25/2012.
Cosford, Bill. 1975. Pop Lineup Covers All Bases. Miami Herald, October 5, 1975, p. 5-H. remjor of an 11/75 JGB visit to Gusman Hall √
Cosgrove, Howard. 1972a. Rock Fair Set to Swing. Capital Times, August 3, 29.
Cosgrove, Howard. 1972b. Poynette 'Rock Fair' Falls Apart. Capital Times, August 10, 27.
Cowan, Peter. 1973. Grateful Dead is Playing a New Game. Oakland Tribune, December 7, 1973, p. 62. Re GD Records {pdf}
Cowan, Peter. 1974. Rock Cuisine with Comfort in Mind. Oakland Tribune, May 19, 1974, p. 5-RAP, 10-RAP. v-Orphanage √
Cowan, Ron. 19820611. Elsinore 'sequel' casts Moyer in catbird's seat. Statesman-Journal (Salem, OR), June 11, 1982, p. 10D. Mentions prison impresario Steve Stilling, who "brought the Grateful Dead's Jerry Garcia to the prison for a show last week" and was looking to get the whole GD in the [big] house. √
Cowan, Ron. 19820725. Inmate brings showbiz to prison. Statesman-Journal (Salem, OR), July 25, 1982, p. 3E. Steve Stilling promoted the Oregon prison show! Prison impresario. Serving 20 year sentence for armed robbery. Entered OSP in 1974, paroled in 1978 for all of 90 days before getting thrown back in. √
Craft, Dan. 1993. New Riders' Grateful Dead Roots Still in Place. Pantagraph (Bloomington, IN), March 12, 1993, p. C1. re NRPS. {doc, h}
Cramer, Bobby. 1973. Maria Muldaur, After 1st Album, Looks Toward Retirement. Asbury Park Press, December 31, 1973, p. 6. √
Crawford, Wayne. 1970. Grateful Dead give life to rock. Chicago Daily News, ca. December 1. Review of GD-NRPS 11/27/70.
Crew, The. 1981. Risen From the Dead. Albany Student Press, November 6, 1981, p. 6A. positive review jg1981-11-04.jgb √
Crockett, Walter. 1989. Garcia - not quite Dead. Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA), September 12, 1989, p. A10. re 9/11/89 {pdf, h}
Cromelin, Richard. 1974. Informality Reigns at Doc Watson Concert. Los Angeles Times, April 23, 1974, p. C11. {pdf, h} re: 4/20/74
Cromelin, Richard. 1976. Kingfish, Garcia Take It Easier. Los Angeles Times, May 25, 1976, p. F7. review [negative] of 5/23/76 JGB. {pdf, h} √
Crosby, David, and Carl Gottlieb. 1988. Long Time Gone: The Autobiography of David Crosby. New York: Doubleday.
Crosby, David. 1995. Missing Jerry. In DDN 1995, pp. 12-13.
Crossland, Chip. 1970. Hell's Angels Presents The Grateful Dead. East Village Other 1, 1, pp. 10-11. Publication info uncertain. Great (if not always factually correct) review of GD 11/23/70. {h, jpg}. See "GD/NRPS: November 23, 1970, Anderson Theatre (Hells Angels Benefit)," URL http://jgmf.blogspot.com/2009/12/gdnrps-november-23-1970-anderson.html.
Croteau, Dan. 1987. Confessions of a Deadhead. Digital Audio 4, 3 (November): 47. {mag} √
Croteau, Dan. 1987. Discography of the Dead. Digital Audio 4, 3 (November): 48, 50. {mag} √
Crowe, Cameron. 1973a. Ghost Stories From the Dead – Semi-Startling Conversations with Bob Weir. Rock 3/13/73, pp. 18-19. {pdf} √ (nothing particularly noteworthy, some discussion of Ace.
Crowe, Cameron. 1973b. The Grateful Dead Flee Big Business. Circus (October): 24-27. {pdf} √
Crowe, Cameron. 1974. Grateful Dead Show Off New Bodies; Their heads are something else again ... Creem (January): unpaginated, electronic copy from http://www.cameroncrowe.com/eyes_ears/articles/crowe_jrl_dead.html. √ also via http://www.theuncool.com/journalism/the-grateful-dead-creem-magazine/
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Cullinane, John. 1976. Garcia Rock Band Gives Concert at The Ambassador. St. Louis Post-Dispatch, March 29, 1976, p. 4C. positive review JGB 3/27/76 √
Cullingham, James. 1999. A senior sideman ages gratefully. Globe and Mail, March 27, p. C17. re: Merl Saunders
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Cushway, Philip, ed. 2012. Art of the Dead. Berkeley, CA: Soft Skull Press.
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Dallas, Karl. 1981. File under dawg rock. Melody Maker, May 23, p. 18.
Dalton, David, and Jonathan Cott. 1970. The Million Dollar Bash. Rolling Stone, September 3, pp. 30-34. √
Damsker, Matt. 1974. 'Grateful Dead' Shows Enduring Excellence. Philadelphia xxx Bulletin, August 5, 1974, p. unknown. review of GD 8/4/74 {jpg}
Damsker, Matt. 1978. Garcia Offers Some Homespun Folk-Rock. Evening Bulletin (Philadelphia), March 17, 1978, p 34. re 3/16/78 {h, pdf}
Damsker, Matt. 1986. Garcia Still Brings Concert Crowds To Life. Hatford Courant, January 31, 1986, p. E10. positive review jg1986-01-30.jgjk √
Dark Star no. 1 (November 1975) {mag, pdf} √
Dark Star no. 3 (1976). √
Dark Star no. 7 (1977). √
Dark Star no. 9 (June 1977). 1 page on GD Terrapin Station √
Darling, Cory. 1989. Jerry Garcia Band resurrects oldies at Irvine Meadows. Orange County Register, May 22, 1989, p. F6. review jg1989-05-19.jgb {doc h}
Darlington, Sandy. 19680606. Ambrosia Cake Falstaff Bliss. San Francisco Express Times, June 6, 1968, p. 11. re v-Carousel
Darlington, Sandy. 19680731. Ron Polte: A Good Word for Bill Graham. San Francisco Express Times, July 31, 1968, p. 13. re v-Carousel √
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Davis, Ed. 19730617. Will Music Circle Be Unbroken? Greensboro Daily News, June 17, 1973, p. B9-B10. Expost jg1973-06-08.oaitw √
Davis, Ken. 1973. The Dead - Gratefully Alive. MIT Tech v93 n20 (April 27, 1973), p. 8, available at URL http://tech.mit.edu/V93/PDF/N20.pdf, transcript at URL http://deadsources.blogspot.com/2013/01/april-2-1973-boston-garden.html, consulted 6/13/2013. re 4/2/73
Davis, Miles, with Quincy Troupe. 1990. Miles. New York: Simon & Schuster.
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Dead Again. Weird little undated, New Hampshire-based magazine without much of interest {jpg}
DeCurtis, Anthony. 1986. Jerry Garcia in serious condition after diabetic coma. Rolling Stone 481 (xxx date), 26.
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DeCurtis, Anthony. 1993b. Still enjoying the long, strange trip. Philadelphia Inquirer, September 9, 1993, pp. E1-E2. nice late era interview √
Deni, Laura. 1973. Convention Authority OK's Put-Up Productions Date. Billboard, February 24, 1973, p. 18. re 4/27/73 GD cxl
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Diehl, Digby. 1968. Pop Festival Draws 80,000. Los Angeles Times, August 6, 1968, p. F11. re: 8/4/68. {pdf}
Digital Audio & Compact Disc Review 4, 3 (November 1987). Article on GD Touch of Grey. √
DiMartino, Dave. 1988. Ornette Coleman: The Symphony Continues for Legendary Player / Composer Back in Spotlight. Billboard, June 25, 1988, pp. J-3, J-12. √
Dimartino, Dave. 2012. A Conversation with Jerry Garcia. Yahoo Entertainment, URL https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/bp/conversation-jerry-garcia-185256815.html, consulted 7/26/2018. Conducted 2/24/92.
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Dister, Alain. 1969. Pop Music. Jazz Hot no. 254 (October): 27-29. Discusses Django Reinhardt's influence. √
Dister, Alain. 1972. Grateful Dead: Jerry et ses amis. Rock & Folk no. 65 (June): 70-75. GD in Paris May 3-4, 1972. √
Dister, Alain. 2007. Grateful Dead: Une légende californienne. Paris: Le Castor Astral. √
dLeogrande, Ernest. 1973. Night Owl Reporter. Philadelphia Daily News, June 5, 1973, p. 57. re jg1973-06-06.oaitw, re v-Capitol_Theatre-Passaic
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Dodd, David G., and Robert G. Weiner. 1997. The Grateful Dead and the Deadheads: An Annotated Bibliography. Music Reference Collection no. 60. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press. √
Dodd, David, ed. 2005. The Complete Annotated Grateful Dead Lyrics, annotations by David Dodd, Foreword by Robert Hunter. New York: Free Press.
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Dove, Ian. 1973. Denim Is Wall-to-Wall as 16,000 Roam at Grateful Dead Concert. New York Times, March 21, p. 53. re Nassau 3/19/73 √
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Dupree's Diamond News flier 10 (January 1989).
Dupree's Diamond News flier 11 (April 1989). [have scan of 11D]
Dupree's Diamond News flier 12 (July 1989). [have scan of 12D]
Dupree's Diamond News flier 13 (October 1989). [have scan of 13F]
Dupree's Diamond News flier 15 (March 1990). [have scan of 15E, 15F]
Dupree's Diamond News flier 16 (June 1990). [have scan of 16D]
Dupree's Diamond News flier 20 (August 1991). [have scan of 20A]
Dupree's Diamond News flier 22F (May 1992) (3x).
Dupree's Diamond News flier 30C (April 1995).
Dupree's Diamond News no. 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 no. 09 (2, 3) (November 1988). nearly perfect condition, basically untouched. √
Dupree's Diamond News no. 10 (2, 4) (January 1989). √ basically perfect condition
Dupree's Diamond News no. 11 (2, 5) √
Dupree's Diamond News no. 12 (July 1989). √
Dupree's Diamond News no. 13 (September 1989). √
Dupree's Diamond News no. 14 (December 1989). √
Dupree's Diamond News no. 15 (3, 4) (March 1990). √ incl Allgire 1990
Dupree's Diamond News no. 17 (4, 1) (December 1990). √
Dupree's Diamond News no. 18 (4, 2) (May 1991). √ incl Schuppisser 1991, Cullen 1991
Dupree's Diamond News no. 19 (4, 3) (August 1991). √
Dupree's Diamond News no. 20 (4, 4) (December 1991). √ 2x
Dupree's Diamond News no. 21 (4, 5) (April 1992). √ 2x
Dupree's Diamond News no. 22 (5, 1) (August 1992). √ 2x
Dupree's Diamond News no. 23 (5, 2 ) (November 1992). √ incl Allgire 1992 2x
Dupree's Diamond News no. 24 (5, 3) (April 1993). √ 2x
Dupree's Diamond News no. 25 (August 1993). √ 2x
Dupree's Diamond News no. 26 (November 1993). √ 2x
Dupree's Diamond News no. 27 (Winter 1994). √ 2x
Dupree's Diamond News no. 28 (Spring 1994). 2x can't find
Dupree's Diamond News no. 29 (Fall 1994). incl Silberman 1994a, 1994b; √ 2x
Dupree's Diamond News no. 30 (Winter 1994 [sic?]). can't find
Dupree's Diamond News no. 31 (Spring 1995). √ 2x
Dupree's Diamond News no. 32 (Fall 1995). √
Dupree's Diamond News no. 33 (Spring 1996). √ (3x)
Dupree's Diamond News no. 34 (Summer 1996). √
Dupree's Diamond News no. 35 (Fall 1996). √ 2x
Dupree's Diamond News no. 36 (Spring/Summer 1997). incl Smolin 1997 √ 2x
Dupree's Diamond News no. 37 (Fall/Winter 1997). √
Dupree's Diamond News no. 38 (Spring 1998). √
Dupree's Diamond News. 1995. Garcia: A Grateful Celebration.
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Elwood, Philip. 19730720. Exceptional Group Proves the Rule. San Francisco Examiner, July 20, 1973, p. 29. Positive review of 7/19/73 {h, jpg} √
Elwood, Philip. 19740112. Utter Boredom of Raunch Rock. San Francisco Examiner, January 12, 1974, p. 8. re cxl jg1974-01-12 √
Elwood, Philip. 19740429. Mellow weekend spent down home. San Francisco Examiner, April 29, 1974, p. 26. re GSCBF √
Elwood, Philip. 19740509. Greenbriar Boys Set Adrift. San Francisco Examiner, May 9, 1974, p. 33. √
Elwood, Philip. 19740614. From country to jazz – a snap. San Francisco Examiner, June 14, 1974, p. 27. re GASB! √
Elwood, Philip. 19741014. Goodtime Maria in a mellow mood. San Francisco Examiner, October 14, 1974, p. 23. Re jg1974-10-12 √
Elwood, Philip. 19741015. Dead have a lot of living to do. San Francisco Examiner, October 15, 1974, p. 26. √
Elwood, Philip. 1975. Garcia band usually closer to jazz. San Francisco Examiner, December 20, 1975, p. 7. Mixed review jg1975-12-19.jgb {h, jpg, pdf ocr}
Elwood, Philip. 1980. Putting their money on a music club boom. San Francisco Examiner (Scene), February 10, 1980, p. 10. √
Elwood, Philip. 1982. Hearing Garcia and Blakey is great privilege. San Francisco Examiner, January 14, 1982, p. E6. positive review jg1982-01-13.jgb √
Elwood, Philip. 1984. Tribe Gathers in Berkeley at the Temple of the Dead. San Francisco Examiner, October 29, 1984, p. B11 re GD 10/84 BCT {jpg}
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Elwood, Philip. 1989. It's a Global Village. San Francisco Examiner, April 25, 1989, p. D-3. re jg1989-04-24 √
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Enry. 1987. Jerry Garcia Band (Wiltern Theater, L.A.). Variety, March 25, p. 154. review of positive review jg1987-03-13.jgb √
Entertainment Weekly no. 161(March 12, 1993). Cover story: "Is Dead God?" Includes Svetkey 1993. √
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Errigo, Angie. 1974. Meanwhile, back at the Ranch: New Riders of the Purple Sage, New Riders (MCA) [review]. New Musical Express, July 24, 1976, p. 27. Great quote: "There used to be a clever art show on San Francisco TV during the 60s called POW! that ran a really strange '30s cowboy/sci-fi serial called "Black Riders of the Underground Empire". I always thought these Deadland cowpokes [NRPS] should have picked up on that one as a handle for some spacier, more vivid country stuff than they've been rustling up for material. 8th album, first with new label. … Old trail boss Garcia or somebody better move them up and head them out fast, because they aren't showing any native sense of direction. photo of JG, caption "You can't blame me for their bad album. I haven't played with 'em in years."
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Frets 1, 1 (March 1979). √ incl Forte 1979a
Frets 7, 7 (no. 77) (July 1985). Garcia cover. √ incl Obrecht and Abraham 1985
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Gans, David, ed. 2002. Conversations With the Dead: The Grateful Dead Interview Book. Cambridge, MA: Da Capo Press. √
Gans, David. 1977. Dead Ahead: The Dead Movie Rolls On. BAM (December 1977): 90. √
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Gans, David. 1977c. Dead Ahead: Hunter's New Band/Garcia Live. BAM (August): 52. re JGB Theatre 1839, studio soon, and Comfort {h, pdf ocr} √
Gans, David. 1977d. Dead Ahead: Producer Keith Olsen on Terrapin Station. BAM (September): 57. √
Gans, David. 1977e. Dead Ahead: Robert Hunter Keeps On Truckin'. BAM (October): 66. √
Gans, David. 1978. Robert Hunter: A Rose Grows Out From the Shadows. BAM (January 1978): 46-49. {mag} xxx scan
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Garelick, Burney. 1974. San Francisco Blue: The Bay Area's New Super Grass. City, January 9-22, 1974, p. unk. Excerpted in IOTB flyer, February 1974, p. 3.
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Gingold, Dave. 1985. Jerry's kids. Santa Cruz Sentinel Spotlight, October 18, p. 10. calls Garcia "the fat man", which may have given rise to the 2/24/87 poster usage (though that was also used for other 2/87 JGB shows).
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Giuliano, Charles. 1972. The Battle of the Guitars. Boston Herald Traveler, January 27, 1972, p. B22. neutral review jg1972-01-26.hwjg √
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Gleason, Ralph J. 19670409. The Sound of a New Generation. San Francisco Chronicle Datebook, April 9, p. 25. re interview and Maze TV 4/8/67.
Gleason, Ralph J. 19680318. A Great Weekend at the Carousel. San Francisco Chronicle, March 18, 1968, p. 41. √
Gleason, Ralph J. 196805. Like A Rolling Stone. Jazz & Pop no. 5 (May): 12. √
Gleason, Ralph J. 19680603. Imitations by Bobby Darin [Ad Libs]. San Francisco Chronicle, June 3, 1968, p. 53.
Gleason, Ralph J. 19680607. Strung Between Dreams and Reality. San Francisco Chronicle, June 7, 1968, p. 49.
Gleason, Ralph J. 19680610. A Day of Love, Hurt and Sorrow. San Francisco Chronicle, June 10, 1968, p. 49.
Gleason, Ralph J. 19680628. The Future of A Ballroom. San Francisco Chronicle, June 28, 1968, p. 49.
Gleason, Ralph J. 19680707. Death and Life of the Carousel. San Francisco Sunday Examiner and Chronicle Datebook, July 7, 1968, p. 23.
Gleason, Ralph J. 19680824. Perspectives: Deathwish of the Hippie Ethic. Rolling Stone, August 24, p. 10. √
Gleason, Ralph J. 19680927. Splinter Moves In the Rock Groups. San Francisco Chronicle, September 27, 1968, p. 50. √
Gleason, Ralph J. 1969. The Jefferson Airplane And The San Francisco Sound. New York: Ballantine Books. [034]
Gleason, Ralph J. 19690303. A Delightful Show at Fillmore West. San Francisco Chronicle, March 3, p. 40.
Gleason, Ralph J. 19690613. New Family Dog Opening at Playland. San Francisco Chronicle, June 13, 1969, p. 47.
Gleason, Ralph J. 19690615. Summer Comes To the Fillmore West. San Francisco Chronicle/Examiner Datebook, June 15, 1969, p. 31.
Gleason, Ralph J. 19690616. On the Town: Family Dog Back At 'New' Edgewater. San Francisco Chronicle, June 16, 1969, p. 43. Re v-FDGH, 6/13/69
Gleason, Ralph J. 19690629. The Fascinating Free Concert Phenomenon. San Francisco Sunday Examiner and Chronicle, The World, June 29, p. 31.
Gleason, Ralph J. 19690808. On The Town: Why Bill Graham is Leaving the City. San Francisco Chronicle, August 8, 1969, p. 46.
Gleason, Ralph J. 19710613. The Law and Winterland's LSD. San Francisco Sunday Examiner and Chronicle, The World, June 13, p. 27. Re jg1971-05-29.nrps-gd re v-Fillmore_West
Gleason, Ralph J. 19710704. Closing of the Fillmore West. San Francisco Sunday Examiner and Chronicle and Datebook, July 4, 1971, p. 24.
Gleason, Ralph J. 19711017. The Month of the Dead. San Francisco Sunday Examiner and Chronicle and Datebook, October 17, 1971, p. 30.
Gleason, Ralph J. 1972. Perspectives: Full Circle with the Dead. Rolling Stone (September 28), p. 24. Review of GD 8/72 BCT run, relates back to old jazz shows. √
Gleason, Ralph J. 1972. The Rock Sounds of King & Garcia. San Francisco Chronicle, March 5, 1972.
Gleason, Ralph J. 1974. The Ballroom Era. San Francisco Sunday Examiner and Chronicle, February 3, 1974, p. 26.
Gleason, Ralph J. 1975. Celebrating the Duke. Boston: Little, Brown & Company/An Atlantic Press Monthly Book.
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Godoy, Jeff. 1976. Ruby Gives Credence to Rock. BAM no. 4 (July): 14-15.
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Goldberg, Leslie, and Michael Goldberg. 1977. A Mandolinist For Stars To Learn By. Berkeley Barb, August 19-25, p. 16. re Grisman √
Goldberg, Michael. 1973a. Ramblin' Jack Elliot. Sundaz, September 28, 1973, pp. 10-11.
Goldberg, Michael. 1973b. Garcia, Elliot, Frye. Sundaz, October 11, 1973, p. 1. ex post of OAITW 10/5/73 Santa Cruz Civic {jpg} √
Goldberg, Michael. 1979. Maria Muldaur – The Oasis Went Dry Quickly. San Francisco Sunday Examiner and Chronicle and Datebook, July 29, 1979, p. 35. √
Goldberg, Michael. 1980. The New Year's Dead. Rolling Stone, February 21, p. 68. Re GD 12/28/79 √
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. incl Ruhlmann 1996 √
Goldmine no. 794 (December 31, 2010). Skull and roses cover, "Life after the Grateful Dead … Music marches on for The Other Ones and their spinoffs" {mag}
Goldsmith, Thomas, ed. 2004. The Bluegrass Reader. Urbana-Champaign: University of Illinois Press.
Goldstein, Glenn. 1975. Jerry Garcia performs at Cornell. Ithaca Journal, October 25, 1975, p. 23. Preview jg1975-10-27.jgb √
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. incl Bashe 1980 √
Good Times no. 295 (February 9-22, 1982). Bob Weir cover incl Milkowski 1982 √
Goodfellow, John. N.d. John Scher's Capitol Theatre Concerts 1971-1984. URL http://www.moyssi.com/capitolshows.htm, accessed 3/4/2012.
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. √
Goodman, George Jr. 1972. 5 Seized in Raid on Hells Angels Club. New York Times, March 19, 1972, p. 63. √
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
Gould, Stacy. 1981. Garcia's coming. Stylus, October 21, 14. preview jg1981-11-01
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.
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Guitar Extra! 02, 03 (Fall 1991). √ incl Carlini 1991a
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Hard Road 1, 1 (July 20, 1970). Contains Garcia interview from 6/22/70.
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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} √
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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. Jerry Garcia and the Legion. Washington Post, April 14, 1975, p. B9. negative review of 4/13/75 {doc, h}
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Hencken, Ann. 1973. Maria Muldaur is teetering on brink of stardom; completes first solo album. Lowell Sun (Lowell, MA), September 17 1973, p. 33. AP article got tons of play. √
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}
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High Times no. 180 (August 1990). (Bob Weir on cover) √
High Times no. 243 (November 1995). √ incl Bloom 1995
Hilburn, Robert. 1972. The Rapid Rise of David Geffen. San Francisco Chronicle, September 4, 1972, p. 38.
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Hilburn, Robert. 1973x. A Mellow Opener for Amphitheater. Los Angeles Times, ca. early July 1973.
Hildebrand, Lee. 1976. Martin Fierro Got the Good Life with his Funky Old Horn. San Francisco Sunday Examiner and Chronicle and Datebook, March 7, 1976, p. 18. √
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Hillgardner, Thomas. 1977. Gray Residents Change College Name to Garcia. Statesman, March 23, 1977, p. 3. Mark Mattson spearheaded the effort to change Asa Gray Commuter College to JG College, even though rules said it had to be a dead New Yorker. √
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Hochman, Steve. 1987. Churchy Garcia. Los Angeles Times, March 16, 1987, pp. IV-5, IV-7. positive review JGB 3/14/87 √
Hochman, Steve. 1991. Grateful Garcia: His Archetypal '60s Group Is More Popular Than Ever. Los Angeles Times, June 25, pp. F1, F4.
Hockenbury, John. 1984. Garcia back again. Monroe Doctrine, December 10, 1984, pp. 2-3. negative review of JGJK 11/27/84 √
Holloway, Danny. 1972. The Grateful Dead: Dead Come Alive. New Musical Express, April 15, p. unk. Text reproduced at URL http://deadsources.blogspot.com/2014/09/april-1972-bob-weir-interview.html, consulted 3/20/2015. √
Hopkins, Jerry. 1972. The Beautiful Dead Hit Europe. Rolling Stone, June 22, 1972, p. 18.
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Howard, William. 1974. Garcia Plays Mall – Fans Crack 'Secret'. Boston Globe, November 14, 1974, p. 41. Re: 11/12/74 {pdf} Reposted to http://deadsources.blogspot.com/2012/12/november-12-1974-garcia-plays-boston.html. Published in evening edition under title "Jerry Garcia Packs Paul's Mall".
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Hucko, Sippy. 1975. Grateful Dead: alive and well in New Haven concert. Pundit (Connecticut College), October 30, 1975, pp. 9, 14. review JGB 10/22/75. very positive {pdf}
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Hullinger, Steve. 1971. Joni M, The New Riders Return. Gettysburg College [paper name], October 8, 1971, pp. 3, 10. {pdf}
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. 19720107. Guitarist Jerry Garcia Never Stops. San Francisco Chronicle (January 10), p. 42. [168] re Jan. 7, 1972. {pdf} √
Hunt, Dennis. 19720409. 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, Dennis. 1981. Eclectic Muldaur Scotches Rumors. Los Angeles Times Calendar, February 15, pp. 80-81. √
Hunt, Ken, and Tony Russell. 1986. Peter Rowan. Swing 51 no. 11: 34-41. √
Hunt, Ken. 1980. David Grisman and Tony Rice. Swing 51 no. 1: 20-37. {mag, ocr pdf} √
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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} √
Hunt, Ken. 1986. Mickey Hart & Joan Baez. Swing 51 no. 11: 17. √
Hunt, Ken. 1988. Mickey Hart: Thunder Rolling. Swing 51 no. 13: 29-33. Dodd and Weiner #553, says they talk about Diga, Fire on the Mountain, Silen Flute, Hunter and Ariel, Rolling thunder, 415 stuff, etc. √
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. 2004. Introduction. Liner notes to All Good Things 3-7. √
Hurley, H. Robert. 1971. A Bay Area Rock Club Guide. San Francisco Sunday Examiner and Chronicle California Living Magazine, May 23, 1971, pp. 24-28.
Hurst, John V. 1981. Garcia: No Zip, No Zest. Sacramento Bee, August 10, 1981, p. B5. negative review jg1981-08-07.jgb √
Hurst, John W. 1983. The Band Leaves the Country for Rhythm and Blues. Sacramento Bee, July 25, 1983, p. B3. Expost jg1983-07-24.jgb √
Hurst, John. 1969. Strike at Family Dog Sports a Light Touch. San Francisco Examiner, August 1, 1969, p. 16.
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. incl Snider 1988
Imelio, Nick. 1980. Jerry Garcia at UMass: cool and classy. Springfield Morning Union, February 23, 1980, p. 13. Positive review jg1980-02-20.jgb.early-late √
In Concert Quarterly v.1, n.1 (September 1979). "The magazine for the concert tape connoisseur"
In Concert Quarterly v.1, n.2 (January 1980). Final of two issues, pdf via David Davis.
Infusino, Divina. 1980. Grateful Dead, fans connect. Milwaukee Journal, May 31, 1980, p. 8. Accessed via Google News archives. Review GD 5/30/80 GD.
International Musician and Recording World 7, 2 (May 1981). √ Garcia cover.
Island-Ear no. 338 (March 24-April 6, 1992).√ incl McCue 1992
Iszáj, Fruzsina and Zsolt Demetrovics. 2011. Balancing Between Sensitization and Repression: The Role of Opium in the Life and Art of Edgar Allan Poe and Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Substance Use & Misuse 46: 1613–1618. This is LSD vs. heroin.
Itkowitz, Jay. 1970. Interview with Jerry Garcia. Action World 2, 5 (November). Have electronic copy. [103] √
J.B. 1970. More Music. UCLA Summer Bruin, September 3, p. 6. re gd1970-08-28 √
J.H. 1965. Local Musician, Group are Booked in England. Green Bay Press-Gazette, September 30, 1965, p. 36. Green Men, incl. Howard Wales. √
Jackson, Blair, and David Gans. 19810828. Checking in With Jerry Garcia '81: Part One. BAM no. 111 (August 28): 20-23. {mag, pdf} √
Jackson, Blair, and David Gans. 19810911. Checking in With Jerry Garcia '81: Part Two. BAM no. 112 (September 11): 27-29. {mag, pdf} √
Jackson, Blair, and David Gans. 2015. This Is All a Dream We Dreamed: An Oral History of the Grateful Dead. Flatiron Books.
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. 19860911. 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. 19861120. 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. 197607. Record Reviews: Diga, by the Diga Rhythm Band (Round Records). BAM no. 4 (July): 5.
Jackson, Blair. 197608. Grateful Dead at the Orpheum. BAM no. 5 (August): 8-9.
Jackson, Blair. 1977. New Riders of the Purple Sage: Back in the Saddle Again. BAM (May 1977): 19, 21.
Jackson, Blair. 19800404. Dead Heads: A Strange Tale of Love, Devotion and Surrender. BAM no. 76 (April 4, 1980), pp. xxx-xxx. {mag}.
Jackson, Blair. 1980040416. L.A.'s New 'Country Club'. BAM no. 76 (April 4, 1980), p. 16. Re v-Country_Club-Reseda-CA {jpg}
Jackson, Blair. 1981136. Roots, part 11. Golden Road no. 11 (Summer): 36. How Long Blues, Sick and Tired, Hey Baby.
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Mason, Clark. 19780320. 'Benefit' by Jerry Garcia. Press-Democrat (Santa Rosa, CA), March 20, 1978, p. 5B. preview jg1978-03-22.jgb √
Mason, Clark. 1979. Jerry Garcia's Reconstruction: Jazz at Cotati Cabaret. Press-Democrat (Santa Rosa, CA), March 12, 1979, p. 9A. √
Mason, Clark. 19790413a. Life is a Cabaret in Cotati. Press-Democrat (Santa Rosa, CA), April 13, 1979, pp. 1B, 10B. re v-Cotati_Cabaret √
Mason, Clark. 19790413b. Offbeat themes, cowboy dreams. Press-Democrat (Santa Rosa, CA), April 13, 1979, p. 3B. re Peter Rowan and the Free Mexican Air Force. √
Mason, Keith. 19770628. The Grateful Dead Decoded: An Interview with Jerry Garcia, Renaissance Man. The Drummer, June 28, 1977, pp. 8, 17. Conducted 6/1/77 in NYC.
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McCollum, Charlie. 19750414. Ex-Dead Sticks to Being Alive. Washington Star, April 14, 1975, p. C-4. positive review jg1975-04-13.lom √
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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.
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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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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, Bruce. 1976. Grateful Dead: Still Alive, Vibrating. Nashua Telegraph, June 28, 1976, p. 18. √ This is a UPI wire story, and it traveled pretty widely.
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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".
Moon, Tom. 1993. Call it a joy ride with Jerry Garcia. Philadelphia Inquirer, November 18, 1993, p. E2. re jg1993-11-16.jgb √
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 jg1976-04-01.jgb
Moore, Jerry. 1976c. 6 Hours Before the Mast. Relix 3, 6 (October): 14-16. Reprinted in Relix 10, 5-6 (December yyyy): 19. re: jg1976-09-15.jgb {pdf, h} √
Moore, Jerry. 1977. Notes on a Journey West. Relix 4, 2 (March-April): 7-10.
Moore, Mike. 1970. Grateful Dead Lacked Concert Interest. Van Nuys Valley News, March 17, pp. 18-A-Central. re gd1970-03-07 negative
Moran, John M. 1993. Garcia Band: a solid offering. Hartford Courant, November 9, p. A9. neutral review jg1993-11-08.jgb √
Morgan, John P. 1973. Rock Has Invaded Blue Grass Fetes. Daily Olympian, August 27, 1973, p. 11. √
Moriarty, Dave. 19681113. Family Dog Denies Pissing in Doorways. San Francisco Express Times vol. 1 no. 43 (November 13, 1968), pp. 4, 14. V-FDGH. √
Moriarty, Dave. 19681120. Family Dog Beaten. San Francisco Express Times vol. 1 no. 44 (November 20, 1968), p. 6. v-FDGH √
Moriarty, Dave. 19681211. Dead Dog. San Francisco Express Times, December 11, 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, pdf}
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Morris, Maerian. 1995. The Grateful Dead, Jerry Garcia and Community. Green Egg no. 110 (Autumn), p. 2. Some discussion of 11/1/86 {mag, jpg} √
Morse, Rob. 1989. This column certified worm-free. San Francisco Examiner, November 15, 1988, p. A-3. √ re Pete Sears album party with JG and Gris in attendance
Morse, Steve. 19780307. Bob Weir, the explorer. Boston Globe, March 7, p. 28. Weir tour, calls himself a workaholic. √
Morse, Steve. 19780315. Get-together With Garcia. Boston Globe, March 15, 1978, p. 60. Brief mostly positive review jg1978-03-14.jgb {pdf} √
Morse, Steve. 19780323. Nightlife: The End of an Era. Boston Globe, March 23, 1978, p. A6. re v-Paul's_Mall {pdf} √
Morse, Steve. 19780413. Maria Muldaur Regroups. Boston Globe, April 13, 1978, p. A4. {pdf} √
Morse, Steve. 19800216. Potent Chordal Assault. Boston Globe, February 16, 1980, p. 1. Positive review of jg1980-02-15.jgb {pdf, h} √
Morse, Steve. 19800508. The Grateful Dead Lives On. Boston Globe, May 8, 1980, p. 1.
Morse, Steve. 19800513. The Dead Come Back – and Put It All Together. Boston Globe, May 13, 1.
Morse, Steve. 1981. The Dead Ride a Crowded Bus. Boston Globe, March 13, 1. Review GD 3/12/81
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. 19890911. A Weekend Of Treats For The Faithful: Jerry Garcia Beats The Traffic. Boston Globe, September 11, 1989, p. 29. re 9/9/89 {pdf, h} √
Morse, Steve. 19891029. Man with a Mission: Garcia is Back from the Dead, Back with the Dead. Boston Globe, October 29, B1. Interview with JG that I believe happened 10/24/89. √
Morse, Steve. 19910924. Hanging Out Backstage In The Hideaway Of Jerry Garcia. Boston Globe, September 24, 1991, p. 69. {doc, h} √
Morse, Steve. 19911114. A cheery Garcia recharges with an oldies party. Boston Globe, November 14, 1991, p. 74. re jg1991-11-13.jgb {pdf, h}
Moskowitz, Ron. 1975. Big Kezar Fundraiser for Schools. San Francisco Chronicle, February 11, pp. 1, unk; scan via URL http://blog.sfgate.com/thebigevent/2012/03/12/the-colombo-files-bill-grahams-1975-concert-for-the-kids/, accessed 6/11/2016. re 3/23/75
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.
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Murname, Tom. 1970. Dead Concert Attracts Many; Campus Security Kept Busy. Statesman, November 3, 1970, p. 1. expost gd1970-10-30-31
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Music Exchange 2, 2 (February 1982). Bob Weir cover and article.
Music Gig 2, 13 (August 1976). √ incl. Weitzman 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)
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New Yorker, October 11, 1993.
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Newsday Magazine (September 9, 1990).
Newsweek, August 21, 1995.
Nichols, David, ed. 1998. The Cambridge History of American Music. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
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 jg1984-11-16.jgjk. {pdf, h} what an improbable title!
Nielan, Mike. 1971. The 'Dead' is alive. Foghorn (University of San Francisco), March 12, pp. 5-6. JGMS as jazz √
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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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Peterzell, Paul. 1996. Grim View of Garcia's Final Days. Marin Independent Journal, December 24, 1996, p. unk subtitle: " third wife says finances, health in poor shape".
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Pine, Laurie. 1980. Garcia band takes Lisner by storm and trucks on. Hatchet, February 14, p. 14. review jg1980-02-12.jgb; misidentifies keys as Merl Saunders (the only time Ozzie and Merl would ever have been confused with each other!), and drums as Bill Vitt.
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Playbill 87.10 (October 1987): 33-48. Includes "Why Broadway" by Steve Parish.
Playboy19, 3 (March 1972). (2x)
Pogrebin, Robin. 2002. Avery Fisher Hall Forever, Heirs Say. New York Times, May 13, URL http://www.nytimes.com/2002/05/13/arts/avery-fisher-hall-forever-heirs-say.html, consulted 11/28/2014. v-Avery_Fisher_Hall
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Poland, Jefferson Fuck. 1968. Free City Convention Free for All. Berkeley Barb, May 3-9, 1968, p. 9. √
Polesky, Alice. 1970. The Dead Head. Go Magazine 2, 1 (March): 18-21, 53. {pdf, mag}
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Potter, Bill. 1980. Concert Breaks Silence. The News, February 1, 1980, p. 1. Preview jg1980-02-16.jgb
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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.
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Rare Frequencies (June 2013). article on Peter Rowan.
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Rauch, Linda. 2000. The Poet Syndrome: Opiates, Psychosis and Creativity. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs 32 (3): 343-349. Coins a good phrase! √
Ravago, Steve. 1983. The Week in Music. San Diego Union, August 11, 1983, p. 9. awesome scorched Earth preview of jg1983-08-14.jgb-cxl √
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.
Rector, Sylvia. 1974. He fiddles with rock bands and symphonies. San Francisco Examiner, February 26, 1974, p. 20. re Vassar Clements
Regan, Michael. 1976. Peaceful 'Grateful Dead' Show Marred by Bottle-Tossing Acts. Hartford Courant, August 3, p. 19. Expost gd1976-08-02.
Reibman, Greg. 1989. Garcia solo tour strikes dead on with all fans. Boston Herald, September 11, 1989, p. 41. positive review jg1989-09-09.jgb √
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}
Reins, Sacha. 1971. Les Nouvelles Aventures de Sacha à San Francisco, part I. Best no. 32 (March): 58-61.
Reins, Sacha. 1971b. La Fête au Château. Best no. 37 (July): pp. unk, 6 total but only 2 with text. Nice pictures of the table set with all kinds of wine, Jerry smiling down at a woman setting up in the midsummer country sunshine.
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 01, 1 (November-December 1974) (as Dead Relix) {pdf} √
Relix 02, 1 (January 1975) (as Dead Relix) {pdf} √
Relix 02, 3 (May-June 1975) (as Dead Relix) {pdf} √
Relix 02, 5 (September-October 1975) (as Dead Relix) {pdf} √
Relix 02, 6 (November-December 1975) (as Dead Relix) {pdf} √
Relix 03, 1 (January-February 1976) (as Dead Relix) {pdf} √
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, 2 (March-April 1977) {pdf} √
Relix 04, 3 (May-June 1977) √
Relix 04, 4 (Summer 1977) (Garcia Cover) √
Relix 04, 5-6 (September-December 1977) √
Relix 05, 1 (March-April 1978) {pdf} √
Relix 05, 2 (May-June 1978). Scanned √
Relix 05, 6 (November 1978) (photo issue) √
Relix 06, 1 (February 1979) {pdf, mostly missing}
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, 1 (February 1984) {pdf} √
Relix 11, 2 (April 1984). √
Relix 11, 3 (June 1984) (as Dead Relix) (2x).
Relix 11, 4 (August 1984) {jpg} √
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 12, 5 (October 1985) {pdf} √
Relix 13, 1 (February 1986). √
Relix 13, 2 (April 1986). √
Relix 13, 3 (June 1986) {pdf} √
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.)
Relx 04, 2 (March-April 1977). pdf
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Rense, Rip. 1986. The Grateful Dead Ain't So Dead. L.A. Weekly, May 23-29, p. 35. sort of a preview of jg1986-05-24.jgb. √
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
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Richardson, Eric. 1988. Up in smoke … concert draws drug busts. Stanford Daily, July 12, 1. expost JGAB 7/9/88 √
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Ripple 1, 1 (1986/89). With 45 RPM record. √
Ripple 1, 2 (December 1989). √
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Robins, Wayne. 1980. Music Review: Jerry Garcia at Hofstra. Newsday, March 3, 1980, p. A30. positive review jg1980-02-29 √
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
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Rocco, John, ed. 1999. Dead Reckonings: The Life and Times of the Grateful Dead. New York: Schirmer Books.
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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}
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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): 52-59. September 1993 interview √
Rodgers, Jeffrey Pepper. 1995. Jerry Garcia And David Grisman: Dawg Day Afternoons. Acoustic Guitar, A Magazine For Young Musicians 6 (August): P58, 3p.
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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} √
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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). √
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Roscoe, Peter. 1977. … And The Whales. Berkeley Barb, August 12-18, 1977, p. 4. Preview jg1977-08-12.jgb √
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} √
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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].
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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.
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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}
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Ruhlmann, William. 1986. The Lone Star Café, New York's Texas Honky-Tonk. Relix 13, 2 (April): 23. {mag, jpg
Ruhlmann, William. 1987. Robert Hunter Seeks to Strike a Balance. Relix 14, 5 (October): 19-20.
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}
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Salant, Norman. 1972. John McLaughlin bowls them over playing that jazzy rock. Spectrum, February 4, 1972, p. 12. re jg1972-01-29
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Samson, Chris. 1979. Local Concert Promoter Has Successful Formula. Argus-Courier (Petaluma, CA), October 19, 1979, p. 2B. re v-River_Theater √
Samson, Chris. 1983. Jerry Garcia: playing to keep his edge. Argus-Courier (Petaluma, CA), January 19, 1983, p. 14. Preview JGB 1/22/83 √
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
Sanchez, Julio. 1975. Album Review: Cesar 830. Foghorn, April 18, 1975, p. 4. NB Martin Fierro on this record, during his time with LOM.
Sanders, Merrill. 1972. A Dead Family Affair. San Francisco Flyer, June 8, 1972, 4. re Kumquat Mae. {pdf}
Santoro, George. 2000. Myself When I am Real : The Life and Music of Charles Mingus. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Via Google Books, URL http://books.google.com/books?id=qdWqrp9z5isC&lpg=PA270&pg=PA270#v=onepage&q&f=false, accessed 7/5/2013.
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Santosuosso, Ernie. 1978. Garcia leads jubilant return of the Dead. Boston Globe, November 15, p. 76. review gd1978-11-13
Saulsbury, Forrest. 1969a. True Grit for Wild West. Berkeley Tribe, August 1-7, 4. √
Saulsbury, Forrest. 1969b. Shitting in Nest of Wild West Fest. Berkeley Tribe, August 15-21, 5. √
Saulsbury, Forrest. 1969c. Wild West Shoot-Out? Berkeley Tribe, August 15-21, 5. √
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} √ originally published in Nashville Tennessean Showcase, 5/5/74, p. 3. re #GSCBF
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.
Schickman, Mark. 1974. Return of Live Rock at 'Bottom Line'. Columbia Daily Spectator, April 2, 1974, p. 4. re v-Bottom_Line √
Schilling, Ed. 1984. Peter Rowan. Frets 6 (September): 43-47.
Schlesinger, Wendy. 1969. Bummer This Summer. Berkeley Tribe, August 8-14, pp. 9, 19. re v-Olompali √
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. √
Schuppisser, Mike. 1991. Hangin' Loose with Bruce Hornsby. Dupree's Diamond News no. 18 (4, 2) (May): 10-14.
Schuppisser, Mike. 1991. Hangin' Loose with Bruce Hornsby; Southern Comfort With a Touch of Space. Dupree's Diamond News 4, 2 (no. 18) (May 1991), pp. 10-14 (p. 11).
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, Dewitt. 1972. Scotty's Steel Guitar Chatter. Nite Beat, October 26, 1972, p. 13. √
Scott, John W., Mike Dolgushkin, and Stu Nixon. 1987. Deadbase: The Complete Guide to Grateful Dead Songlists. Copy # 1234
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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).
Scott, John W., Mike Dolgushkin, and Stu Nixon. 1995. Deadbase IX: The Complete Guide to Grateful Dead Songlists. Hanover, NH: Deadbase.
Scott, John W., Stu Nixon and Mike Dolgushkin. 2015. Deadbase 50: Celebrating 50 Years of the Grateful Dead. ?Watermark Press?
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. Sonoma County Stump, April 1-14, 1978, p. 9. re jg1978-03-22.jgb {jpg}
Scully, Rock, and David Dalton. 1999. Chronicles of the Dead. In Rocco 1999, pp. 89-102. Originally published in Playboy, December 1995.
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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: jg1972-01-xx.jgms
Seguret, Christian. 1993. Jerry Garcia: son cœur balance. Guitar World no. 44 (April): 72-73. acoustic focused, seemed of little substantive interest (beyond the fact of its existence, which is interesting).
Sekuler, Eliot. 1975. Grateful Dead and Round: Innovative Independence. Record World, April 12, 1975, pp. 1, 31. Text via http://deadsources.blogspot.com/2012/12/april-1975-ron-rakow-round-records.html
Selvin, Joel, with Pamela Turley. 2018. Fare Thee Well: The Final Chapter of the Grateful Dead's Long Strange Trip. New York: Da Capo Press. √
Selvin, Joel. 19710101. San Francisco. Earth, January, pp. 67-68. √
Selvin, Joel. 19710207. The Matrix Club and the Rise of Rock. San Francisco Sunday Examiner & Chronicle Datebook, February 7, 1971, p. 4. {jpg}
Selvin, Joel. 19710725. A Revival for Creedence. San Francisco Sunday Examiner & Chronicle Datebook, July 25, 1971, p. 5. re CCR re Tom Fogerty
Selvin, Joel. 19710901. Creedence Clearwater Revived. Night Times, September 1, 1971, pp. 1-2. {pdf}
Selvin, Joel. 19720517. Tom Fogerty Beyond the Blue Velvets. Night Times, May 17-30, 1972, p. 4.
Selvin, Joel. 19720927. Jamming for the Hell of It. Night Times no. 29 (September 27, 1972), pp. 1, 3. re: 9/22/72 {h, jpg
Selvin, Joel. 19721207. Saunders-Garcia-Fogerty. San Francisco Chronicle (December 7), p. 65. re: 12/5/72
Selvin, Joel. 19721225. Alice Just Keeps on Boiling. San Francisco Chronicle, December 25, 1972, p. 67. Alice Stuart and the Rowan Brothers comparison.
Selvin, Joel. 1973. Garcia Returns to a First Love. San Francisco Chronicle, March 14, 1973, p. 63. OAITW.
Selvin, Joel. 19730304. Herrera's Line-Up: The Area's. San Francisco Sunday Examiner and Chronicle Datebook, March 4, 1973, p. unk. √
Selvin, Joel. 19740429. Bluegrass in Marin County. San Francisco Chronicle, April 29, 1974, p. 41.
Selvin, Joel. 19740518. 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. 19740804. Starship and the Electric Flag. San Francisco Sunday Examiner and Chronicle Datebook, August 4, 1974, p. 23.
Selvin, Joel. 19740825. Is The Dead Going to Die? San Francisco Sunday Examiner and Chronicle Datebook, August 25, 1974, p. 27.
Selvin, Joel. 19741018. Getting Straight with the Dead. San Francisco Chronicle, October 18, p. 61. Review 10/16/74.
Selvin, Joel. 19741124. Doobie & Power on New Year's Eve. San Francisco Sunday Examiner and Chronicle and Datebook, November 24, 1974, p. 29.
Selvin, Joel. 19741213. Rocking at the Boarding House. San Francisco Chronicle, December 13, p. 70. Re Waylon Jennings 12/11/74a.
Selvin, Joel. 19741214. 'Oasis' Singer's Popular Show. San Francisco Chronicle, December 14, p. 36. Re Maria Muldaur 12/12/74.
Selvin, Joel. 19750427. Punched by the Virtuoso. SFSECDB, April 27, 1975, p. 33.
Selvin, Joel. 19750622. Home is the Hunter. San Francisco Sunday Examiner and Chronicle Datebook, June 22, 1975, p. 37. Expost jg1975-06-15.jgms √
Selvin, Joel. 19750629. The Dead Are Alive at UA. San Francisco Sunday Examiner and Chronicle Datebook, June 29, p. 37. record deal with United artists. [359] {h, pdf ocr} √
Selvin, Joel. 19750720. The Mystery of Tim Buckley. San Francisco Sunday Examiner and Chronicle Datebook, July 20, 1975, p. 33. Also some re v-Lion's_Share
Selvin, Joel. 19750727. Wee Hours With the Stones. San Francisco Sunday Examiner and Chronicle Datebook, July 27, 1975, p. 31.
Selvin, Joel. 19750824. 'Grateful Dead' and Live Crickets. San Francisco Chronicle Datebook, August 24, 1975, p. 35. {h, pdf ocr} √
Selvin, Joel. 19751014. 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. 19751222. The Grateful Dead Divided Three Ways. San Francisco Chronicle, December 22, p. 39. re: 12/19/75. [384] {h, jpg, pdf ocr} √
Selvin, Joel. 19761212. The Rise of Roger Troy. San Francisco Sunday Examiner and Chronicle and Datebook, December 12, 1976, p. 53. √
Selvin, Joel. 19770319. Verdant Farm System of Active Clubs. Billboard, March 19, 1977, p. SF-18.
Selvin, Joel. 19770612. In the Clover with Clover. San Francisco Sunday Examiner and Chronicle Datebook, June 12, 1977, p. 47. √
Selvin, Joel. 19770703. A Dead Returns To the Living. San Francisco Chronicle, July 3, 1977, p. 4?1. {re Hart accident
Selvin, Joel. 19771031. The Hooker's Ball – With Music. San Francisco Chronicle, October 31, 1977, p. 40. √
Selvin, Joel. 19781015. A Stellar Cast at the House. San Francisco Sunday Examiner and Chronicle and Datebook, October 15, 1978, p. 57. expost jg1978-10-03 √
Selvin, Joel. 19791216. Surprise Visitors Hit the City. San Francisco Sunday Examiner and Chronicle and Datebook, December 16, 1979, p. 71.
Selvin, Joel. 19800202. Broadway Is Swinging Again. San Francisco Chronicle, February 2, 1980, p. 37. re v-Stone √
Selvin, Joel. 19810906. Lively Arts. San Francisco Sunday Examiner and Chronicle and Datebook, September 6, 1981, p. 43.
Selvin, Joel. 1982. The Annual Pilgrimage to 'Dead' Land. San Francisco Chronicle, Datebook section, December 28, 1982, p. unk. Re gd1982-12-xx {jpg}
Selvin, Joel. 19840407. $7 Million Suit Against Bill Graham. San Francisco Chronicle, April 7, 1984, p. 3. √
Selvin, Joel. 19840415. An Era Ends: The Keystone Vacates U.C. Campus-Side. San Francisco Sunday Examiner and Chronicle Datebook, April 15, 1984, pp. 48-49.
Selvin, Joel. 19851006. Santana, Journey Veteran Gets Newcomer Treatment. San Francisco Sunday Examiner and Chronicle Datebook, October 6, 1985, p. 57. re jg1985-09-29.Dennis_McNally-wedding √
Selvin, Joel. 19851117. Trouble Funk Brings 'Go-Go'. San Francisco Chronicle, November 17, 1985, p. 63.
Selvin, Joel. 19851208. Why the Dead Gratefully Declined at Graham Bash. San Francisco Sunday Examiner and Chronicle and Datebook, December 8, 1985, p. 59. re 1985-11-27
Selvin, Joel. 19851222. Fans Grateful the Dead Are Still Around. San Francisco Sunday Examiner and Chronicle and Datebook, December 22, 1985, pp. 19-21.
Selvin, Joel. 1986. Cheering Fans Greet Jerry Garcia's Return. San Francisco Chronicle, October 6, 1986, p. 58. review jg1986-10-04.jgb
Selvin, Joel. 19870816. Grateful Dead Guitarist To Make [?Broadway Debut?]. San Francisco Chronicle, August 16, 1987, p. 59. √
Selvin, Joel. 19871130. Un-Dead Excursion for Jerry Garcia. San Francisco Chronicle, November 30, 1987, p. F1. re: jg1987-11-29.jgab-jgb
Selvin, Joel. 19871219. Carols, Gospel, Blues at AIDS Benefit. San Francisco Chronicle, December 19, 1987, p. C6. re: jg1987-12-17.jgjkbw {pdf}
Selvin, Joel. 19880103. Theater Into Nightclub? - Graham Group Considers. San Francisco Chronicle, January 3, 1988, p. 45. √
Selvin, Joel. 19880125. Musical Stars Shine for El Salvador. San Francisco Chronicle, January 25, 1988, p. F1. re 1/23/88 {pdf, h}
Selvin, Joel. 19880731. Three New Albums - First Santana Drummer Pounds. San Francisco Chronicle, July 31, 1988, p. 41.
Selvin, Joel. 19880925. Grand Opening - Warfield Renovation Finally Pulled [/-Off?]. San Francisco Chronicle, September 25, 1988, p. 55. √
Selvin, Joel. 19881225. Joe Satriani - Guitarist Scores Big Without Words. San Francisco Chronicle, December 25, 1988, p. unk.
Selvin, Joel. 19890426. Mill Valley's Rocking Record Store Party. San Francisco Chronicle, April 26, 1989, p. E3. re: jg1989-04-24 {pdf, h}
Selvin, Joel. 19890604. '70s Bay Area Rockers. San Francisco Chronicle, June 4, 1989, p. 53. {pdf, h}
Selvin, Joel. 19910105. Something Else: Garcia and Grisman are Pickin' Pals. San Francisco Chronicle, January 5, 1991, p. C4. re JGDG {doc, h}
Selvin, Joel. 19910216. Joints Are Jumpin' For Radio Cats. San Francisco Chronicle, February 16, 1991, p. C4. √
Selvin, Joel. 19910826. 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. 19911209. Garcia Fine but Grisman is Top Dawg. San Francisco Chronicle, December 9, 1991, p. E2. re: 12/8/91.
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Sharpless, Gordon. 1986. Arlington, VA: Other Half Productions. Contains setlists from pre-Dead thru April 4, 1986. GS note to readers: "If you know of some people who have any previous edition (7/2/85, 9/15/85, 12/31/85) let them know that if they write me I'll provide them with ell updates and corrections found in this edition. I have discovered 11 shows with errors in the 7/2/85 edition, 11 shows with errors in the 9/15/85 edition, and 2 in the 12/31/85. As for you people that have this edition, just drop me a line so that if I am enlightened by others of misinformation, I can provide you with the changes. Please make sure you mention which edition you have (date of lest show listed). Use the Virginia address. There are also corrections for 66-73 now available." Based on this, looks like this is v4. This copy via Joshua Solomon, who says "I got the thing from Gordon at the Akron '86 show. Note that the cover itself did not survive - it was pink."
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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
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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. 166, August 1, p. 62. Re gd1974-06-08 √
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Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 19710304. 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} √
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Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 19731116. 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!
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Staska, Kathie, and George Mangrum. 19740308. Rock Talk by KG: Panama Red helps out the New Riders. Hayward Daily Review, March 8, 1974, p. 42.
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Tolces, Todd. 1974. Saunders Fires Up with Garcia. Melody Maker 49 (February 9, 1974): 49. [299] {pdf} √
Tolces, Todd. 19740514. Spring Bluegrass. Berkeley Daily Gazette, May 14, 1974, p. 6. re Bay Area bluegrass scene √
Tolces, Todd. 1975a. Garcia Joins the Legion. Melody Maker 50 (March 1, 1975): 15. LOM. [341] {pdf} √
Tolces, Todd. 1975b. Caught in the Act America: Lesh/Lagin. Melody Maker 50.40 (October 4, 1975): 54. Review of Palace of Fine Arts performance, ca. summer 1975. [374] √
Tolces, Todd. 1975c. Garcia: Soft Rock in Fog. Melody Maker 50 (November 22): 46. Review of 10/17/75. [381] {h, jpg, pdf ocr} √
Tolces, Todd. 1976. Dead Lines. Melody Maker 51 (January 24, 1976): 34. [390] {h, pdf ocr} √
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Toner, Mike. 1968. 3,000 Tune In, Turn On for Love-In. Miami Herald, April 15, 1968, pp. 1, 2A. re GD 4/14/68 Greynolds
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Torgerson, Dial. 1968. Strike Call Fizzles at San Quentin. Los Angeles Times, February 16, 1968, 19. Re 2/15/68 {pdf}
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Unbroken Chain 1, 7 (November 1986).
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).
Unbroken Chain 7, 5 (May/June 1993). (2x)
Unbroken Chain 7, 6 (Summer 1993).
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)
Unbroken Chain no. 53 (October-November-December 1995). (2x)
Unbroken Chain no. 55 (January-February-March 1996). Maybe incorrect months
Unbroken Chain no. 56 (July-August-September 1996).
Unbroken Chain no. 57 (October-November-December 1996).
Unbroken Chain no. 58 (January-February-March 1997).
Uncut no. 143 (April 2009). UK mag. GD cover ("Exclusive! The Long, Strange Trip Begins Again!"
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van Matre, Lynn. 1971x. The return of the 'Dead'. Chicago Tribune, October 22, p. B16. review of NRPS-GD 10/21/71.
van Matre, Lynn. 1972. The Grateful Dead Haven't Changed Much. Now Sound 1, 4 (January): 4, 14. Interview material with Keith from 10/22/71
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Van Matre, Lynn. 1984. Garcia and Zappa Show Why They've Lasted. Chicago Tribune, August 20, 1984, p. E5. re: 8/18/84
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Verne and Bill. 19690807. Personality Power. Good Times vol. 2 no. 30 (August 7, 1969), pp. 2-4. √
Verne. 19690814. Common Sense. Good Times, vol. 2 no. 31 (August 14, 1969), pp. 4-5. Re v-FDGH pdf √
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Verne. 19690821b. Late Flash. Good Times, vol. 2 no. 32 (August 21, 1969), p. 3. Re Wild West Festival, The Common. √
Village Voice 22, 19 (May 9, 1977). w/small JG photo top-R over cover, Christgau article.
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Walton, Tony. 1974. Don't Bury the Dead. Let it Rock (March): 20-22. positive assessment of GD records through WOTF √
Walton, Tony. 1974?. Don't bury the Dead. Unknown UK publication, post WOTF.
Ware, Ron. 1978. Garcia Disappointing (letter to the editor). Good Times, February 23, 1978, p. 4. negative review of jg1978-02-19.jgb {jpg}
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Wasserman, Jim. 1976. [Letter to the editor.] Dead Relix 3, 4 (July-August), p. 2. re 12/31/75
Wasserman, John L. 1965. The Matrix: Social Blues via the Jefferson Airplane. San Francisco Sunday Examiner and Chronicle Datebook, August 29, 1965, p. 5. √
Wasserman, John L. 19700617. 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. 19700727. 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. 19700807. On the Town: The Troubador—Virtues Like the I. San Francisco Chronicle, August 7, 1970, p. 41. V-Boarding House.
Wasserman, John L. 19700828. 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. 19700902. On the Town: 'Calebration' is a Triumph. San Francisco Chronicle, September 2, 1970, p. 55 re GD 8/30/70
Wasserman, John L. 19700907. On the Town: Violin's Place in Rock Sound. San Francisco Chronicle, September 7, 1970, p. 41.
Wasserman, John L. 19700928. Making Fun of (Gasp) Woodstock. San Francisco Chronicle, September 28, 1970, p. 44.
Wasserman, John L. 19701007. On The Town: A Very Rare Rock Occasion. San Francisco Chronicle, October 7, 1970, p. 58. Re 10/4/70
Wasserman, John L. 19701021. 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. 19701102. 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. 19701104. On the Town: Marilyn Maye--Zing in the Anthem. San Francisco Chronicle, November 4, 1970, p. 58. Re Marathon '70 thing
Wasserman, John L. 19710205. Santamaria Band is First Class. San Francisco Chronicle, February 5, 1971, p. 41.
Wasserman, John L. 19710301. How to Open a Recording Studio. San Francisco Chronicle, March 1, 1971, p. 39. Re v-Columbia_Studios √
Wasserman, John L. 19710308. Aretha Franklin – Boss Blues Lady. San Francisco Chronicle, March 8, 1971, p. 39.
Wasserman, John L. 19710310. The Real Match Was at the Fillmore. San Francisco Chronicle, March 10, 1971, p. 54.
Wasserman, John L. 19710317. Friends, Relations and Good Intentions. San Francisco Chronicle, March 17, 1971, p. 63. V-Friends_and_Relations
Wasserman, John L. 19710324. Some Travesties in the Music Biz. San Francisco Chronicle, March 24, 1971, p. 42.
Wasserman, John L. 19710503. Why Graham Got Out. San Francisco Chronicle, May 3, 1971, p. 42. re v-Fillmore East
Wasserman, John L. 19710505. A Rare Chance to Hear 'Lone Cat'. San Francisco Chronicle, May 5, 1971, p. 42. re Jesse Fuller
Wasserman, John L. 19710529. Supply and Demand of Rock Clubs. San Francisco Sunday Examiner and Chronicle Datebook, May 29, 1971, p. 27. NB v-Pepperland collapsed some weeks ago.
Wasserman, John L. 19710604. Winterland Trip—Who's to Blame? San Francisco Chronicle, June 4, 1971, p. 40. on 5/29/71
Wasserman, John L. 19710614. The Way It Came Down. San Francisco Chronicle, June 14, 1971, p. 41. v-Fillmore_West reports from Thursday 6/10/71 BG announcing closing of FW to staff.
Wasserman, John L. 19710614. The Way It Came Down. San Francisco Chronicle, June 14, p. 41. Re jg1971-05-29.nrps-gd re v-Fillmore_West
Wasserman, John L. 19710705. When the Music Finally Stopped. San Francisco Chronicle, July 5, 1971, p. 37. re v-Fillmore_West, closing of FW
Wasserman, John L. 19710712. Heavy on the Hot Stuff. San Francisco Chronicle, July 12, 1971, p. 41. Latin bands, CJM
Wasserman, John L. 19710829. The New Fantasy of The Airplane. San Francisco Sunday Examiner and Chronicle Datebook, August 29, 1971, p. 27.
Wasserman, John L. 19710903. Mongo, Armando – The Mambo is Socko. San Francisco Chronicle, September 3, 1971, p. 40.
Wasserman, John L. 19711205. The Return of a Great Guitarist. San Francisco Sunday Examiner and Chronicle and Datebook, December 5, 1971, p. 27.
Wasserman, John L. 19720723. Integrity – and other Ramblings. San Francisco Sunday Examiner and Chronicle Datebook, July 23, 1972, p. 25. re v-Temple_Beautiful-1839_Geary
Wasserman, John L. 19720724. Grooving on the Latin Scene. San Francisco Chronicle, July 24, 1972, p. 43.
Wasserman, John L. 19720903. Lively Arts: New Band on the Move. San Francisco Sunday Examiner & Chronicle Datebook, September 3, 1972, p. unk, I believe it was usually around the 25-30 range.
Wasserman, John L. 19721006. Santana is Back in Top Form. San Francisco Chronicle, October 6, 1972, p. 46. re Santana 19721004
Wasserman, John L. 19721011. Another Big Dead Marathon. San Francisco Chronicle, October 11, 1972, p. 48. re GD 10/9/72 Winterland
Wasserman, John L. 19730420. Tony Williams—A Spellbinder. San Francisco Chronicle, April 20, 1973, p. 44. Mention OAITW 4/21/73a. √
Wasserman, John L. 19731005. 'Mystery' Benefit at Winterland. San Francisco Chronicle, October 5, 1973, p. 56. re: 10/2/73 benefit.
Wasserman, John L. 19731012. The Expansion of the Grateful Dead. San Francisco Chronicle, October 12, 1973, p. 56.
Wasserman, John L. 19731223. Long on Talent, Short on Vinyl. San Francisco Sunday Examiner and Chronicle and Datebook, December 23, 1973, p. 29. √
Wasserman, John L. 19740325. On the Town: Quiet! The Dead Is Playing. San Francisco Chronicle, March 25, 1974, p. 38. √ re gd1974-03-25.rehearsal
Wasserman, John L. 19740807. Long on Soul, Short on Time. San Francisco Chronicle, August 7, 1974, p. 44. mention of Ethiopian benefits re jg1974-08-23.jgms
Wasserman, John L. 19750108. Inside the Record Business. San Francisco Chronicle, January 8, 1975, p. 40. re Clive Davis
Wasserman, John L. 19750326. They Did It For Graham. San Francisco Chronicle, March 26, 46; scan via URL http://blog.sfgate.com/thebigevent/2012/03/12/the-colombo-files-bill-grahams-1975-concert-for-the-kids/, accessed 6/11/2016.
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Wasserman, John L. 19750813. Anatomy of a Big Benefit. San Francisco Chronicle, August 15, 1975, p. 45. Re SNACK gd1975-03-23 contrast with JLW 19750326
Wasserman, John L. 19750813. Benefits – Where the Money Goes. San Francisco Chronicle, August 13, 1975, p. 44. Fascinating analysis of 3/23/75 and 6/17/75 monies.
Wasserman, John L. 19750818. More on the World of Benefits. San Francisco Chronicle, August 18, 1975, p. 38. More on 3/23/75 and 6/17/75, kinder to Graham and others.
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Wendeborn, John. 1976. Garcia's slow tempos only numb senses of audience. Oregonian, March 6, 1976, p. B7. negative review jg1976-03-05.jgb √
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 [jgmf1]For Golden Road, I have decided to cite Blair as yyyynnpp, where nn is the issue number and pp is the page number.

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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