Aug 6, 2012

Index of Articles

This index will be kept updated as I add articles.

7/64 Mother McCrees Interview
6/5/65 "Temper Tantrum Rages," Cash Box (also 6/5/65 "Warlocks Cut Tantrum Disk," Billboard)  
11/65 Israel Young, "Frets and Frails," Sing Out! (excerpt) 
12/13/65 Ralph Gleason, "Lesson for the SF in the Mime Benefit," SF Chronicle - review of 12/10/65
1/66 Acid Test & Trips Festival articles, SF Chronicle - includes Gleason's articles "The Acid Test and Other Marvels" (1/7/66), "It Was Quite A Weekend!" (1/10/66), "One Wild Night - A Trips Festival" (1/24/66), "Censure, Praise for Trips Festival" (1/30/66), and the Trips Festival handbill; Mr. Jones, "The Trips Festival," Daily Californian (2/4/66); Mr. Jones, "Can You Pass the Acid Test?" Daily Californian (2/10/66); also "Innocent Bystander," Cincinnati Enquirer (1/22/66) and excerpts from "Author Kesey Has New Bout With Law," SF Examiner (1/19/66) & George Dushek, "Baby, It Will Be Cool," SF Examiner (1/9/66)
2/11/66 Paul Jay Robbins, "The Acid Test Is Here," Los Angeles Free Press - report on 2/6/66 AT
3/25/66 Steve White, "UCLA Acid Test Canceled, Grateful Dead Cry Foul," Los Angeles Free Press - 3/19/66 coverage, Rock Scully interview
8/29/66 Paul Savola, "Bike Race to Rookie," Redwood City Tribune (excerpt) - on 8/28/66
9/2/66 La Dolphine Deb Ball - includes excerpts of "Swinging Deb Dance at La Dolphine," SF Chronicle (9/3/66); Frances Moffatt, "The '66 Deb Season - Swinging," SF Chronicle (9/5/66); Joan White, "Brilliant Deb Ball in a Bay Chateau," SF Examiner (9/5/66)
9/13/66 Ralph Gleason, "All That Jazz and Rock Paid Off," SF Chronicle - review of 9/11/66
9/19/66 Robert Strebeigh, "The Grateful Dead to Make the Scene," San Rafael Independent-Journal 
10/66 Whatever It Is - 9/26/66 Larry Maatz, "Whatever It Is Might Even Happen," Daily Gater; 9/29/66 "A Psychedelic Fair," Daily Californian; 9/30/66 Larry Maatz, "Whatever It Is, It's Here," Daily Gater; 10/3/66 Dave Richmond, "Grass Dancers Get Wet," Daily Gater; 10/4/66 "Whatever It Is Triumphs," Daily Gater; 10/5/66 Phil Garlington, "Whatever It Is...It Was," Daily Gater; 10/5/66 Ben Fong-Torres, "Upon Re-Entry From Whatever," Daily Gater; 10/5/66 "What Mattered About Whatever," Daily Gater; 10/5/66 Jann Wenner, "Bread and Circuses" (excerpt), Daily Californian; 10/7/66 Michael Chechik, "Whatever It Is - It Wasn't A Happening" (excerpt), Daily Californian; 10/7/66 "Hunted Psychedelic Novelist Performs Acid Test Here," Daily Gater 
10/5/66 George Reasons, "Strange Story of Bay Area's LSD Millionaire," SF Chronicle - Owsley profile
10/7/66 John Horgan, "Love Pageant Is SF Park Success," San Mateo Times - on 10/6/66 (also includes 10/7/66 "Happy Half Acid Happening," Daily Gater & 10/18/66 letter to editor)
10/19/66 John Morgan, "Rock Is Acid At Party Given by the Grateful Dead," Redding Record-Searchlight
1966 Daily Californian - 2/24/66 Mr. Jones, "Bob Dylan's T.B. & Acid-Rock" (excerpt); 3/31/66 Mr. Jones, "The Prankster's Last Prank;" 4/29/66 Mr. Jones, "Dick Alpert for President" (excerpt); 5/12/66 Mr. Jones, "The Return of Nowhere Man" (excerpt); 10/12/66 Jann Wenner, "Turn On Grandma;" and excerpts from several other non-Dead articles 
1966 Miscellaneous - short reviews of 7/15/66, 9/4/66 & 12/20/66 - excerpts from: 5/22/66 Ralph Gleason, "The Building of a New Music," SF Examiner; 8/15/66 Joan White, "Making the Fillmore Scene," SF Examiner; 9/6/66 Philip Elwood, "A Lively Weekend for Rock and Jazz," SF Examiner; 12/21/66 Philip Elwood, "Otis Redding - Rhythm & Blues Tidal Wave," SF Examiner; 12/9/66 Russ Cone, "Dances Keep Supervisors on Their Toes," SF Examiner

1/67 Jerry Garcia letter
1/3/67 "Ladera Teens Splurge on a Party to Remember," Country Almanac - on 12/17/66; also includes "Teens Go Top Drawer," Ladera Crier (12/66)  
1/6/67 "Big Mama To Aid In Raising of the Dead," California Aggie (excerpt)
1/14/67 Be-In articles - 1/6/67 "The Beginning is the Human Be-In," Berkeley Barb; 1/12/67 "Hippies, Activists Join For Be-In," SF Examiner; 1/16/67 "City's Groovers Gather For Gig," Fremont Argus; 2/16/67 Ellis Spackman, "Hippies Attend Human Be-In," San Bernardino County Sun; 1/15/67 "They Came...Saw...Stared," SF Examiner; 1/20/67 ED Denson, "What Happened at the Hippening," Berkeley Barb; 1/19/67 Kevin McCarthy, "Apocalypse," Santa Clara (excerpt); and excerpts from 1/13/67 Ralph Gleason, "A Brave New Whirl in the Park," SF Chronicle; 1/15/67 "Hippies Run Wild - Jailed" & "Suddenly Out of a Clear Blue Sky," SF Examiner; 1/22/67 "They're Young Seekers, Not Hippies, Says Poet Ginsberg," SF Examiner
2/19/67 "Wild Fun for All at a Happening," SF Examiner - review of 2/12/67
2/23/67 Bob MacKenzie, "Tripping Out in H-A," Oakland Tribune - TV show review 
3/2/67 Richard Goldstein, "The Flourishing Underground," Village Voice - the SF scene
3/67 Garcia Interview by Randy Groenke & Mike Cramer - excerpts as published in Summer 1985 Golden Road, "One Afternoon Long Ago"
3/67 Larry Miller KMPX interview
3/22/67 Ralph Gleason, "A Wild S.F. Weekend of Rock," SF Chronicle - 3/20/67 album release party
4/8/67 Maze TV show, Ralph Gleason interview
4/9/67 Ralph Gleason, "The Sound of a New Generation," Datebook - Garcia & Django (also includes excerpt from Ralph Gleason, "A Brave New Whirl in the Park," SF Chronicle 1/13/67)
4/11/67 Jackie Harper, "Blues-Rock Beat Goes On," Daily Aztec - album review (also includes excerpt from 5/7/67 Ralph Gleason, "The Big Sound of the Bay Area Bands," SF Examiner)
4/13/67 Richard Goldstein, "Albumin," Village Voice - album review
4/12/67 Harris Vincent, "Hippies Are Real People," Daily Utah Chronicle - on 4/9/67 
4/18/67 Digby Diehl, "Kaleidoscope Opens At Embassy Room," LA Times 
4/67 Garcia & Lesh on the Tom Donahue show, KMPX-FM
4/67 Olompali Sunday Times #1
5/67 Olompali Sunday Times #2
5/2-5/67 Don Davis, "Talking Rock," MIT Tech - on Jefferson Airplane & SF bands
5/5/67 Jann Wenner, "The Grateful Dead Rise," Ottawa Journal - reprint of earlier Ramparts article, unknown date
5/12/67 Fresno articles - 5/11/67 "Grateful Dead Plan Fresno Appearance," Fresno Bee; 5/13/67 David Hale, "Grateful Dead, Country Show Are Live Contrast," Fresno Bee (excerpt)
Spring 1967 SF Ballrooms - includes 4/12/67 Robert Friedman, "Winterland Trip," Columbia Daily Spectator; 4/13/67 Dave Felton, "What Happens When Psychedelic Ball Ends?", LA Times; 5/19/67 Jim Toms, "Grateful Dead Stole Show," Daily Kent Stater; 6/4/67 Quentin Crewe, "The Hippies," UK Sunday Mirror (excerpt); 6/19/67 Mitchell Hider, "San Francisco is the Place Where Things are Happening," Nashville Tennessean (& other papers); 11/25/67 David Gumpert, "In San Francisco, It's At the Fillmore," Chicago Daily News; excerpt from 12/4/70 Kathy Bramwell, "Interview: Bob Cohen," Synapse; 7/14/67 Brenda Brooks, "Hippie Haven for Rock Sounds," Daily Gater
6/67 Band Biographies 
6/67 Band Biographies (alternate version) - printed in newsletter and in "The Grateful Dead Are Really Swell," Rock & Roll Magazine, 9/67
6/1/67 "The Grateful Dead Kept Things Lively Hereabouts," Healdsburg Tribune 
6/9/67 "Music Is Hip In Central Park," NY Times - review of 6/8/67
6/67 New York City - includes 6/2/67 "Return of the Hippies," Newsday; 6/2/67 "Cool Scene on NY Green As Hippies Get Their Way," Independent; 6/1/67 "1,000 Hop at New Hippie Happening," New York Daily News; 6/2/67 "Faithful Hippies Come En Messe to Tompkins Sq." (excerpt), NY Daily News; 6/4/67 "What's Hippening in Park," NY Daily News; 6/7/67 Bob Fass radio show excerpts; 6/8/67 Don McNeill, "The Youthquake and the Shook-up Park," Village Voice (excerpts); 6/9/67 "The Music Is Hip In Central Park," NY Times; 6/15/67 "Scenes," Village Voice (excerpt); 6/30/67 Barry Miles, "Miles' Trip: New York," International Times (excerpt); 6/22/67 Richard Goldstein, "San Francisco Bray," Village Voice (abridged); 6/2/67 Howard Crook, "Hippie Happening Goes Haywire," Columbus Republic; and other tidbits & show memories.
6/22/67 Harold Streeter, "Summer of Love Welcomed by Hippies in San Francisco," AP - on 6/21/67 (also includes excerpt from 6/22/67 "Hippie Sun Greeters Stay Around for Moon," SF Examiner)
6/23/67 Sam Silver & Tom Ferguson, "Two Heads Who Grooved," Berkeley Barb & 6/23/67 Richard Ogar, "Scene Askew in Voyeur's View," Berkeley Barb - on 6/21/67 (also includes excerpt from 6/16/67 Robert Hurwitt, "Love-Quake Solstice Foreseen," Berkeley Barb)
6/29/67 Philip Elwood, "Teen-Agers Sit Still For A Fiasco," SF Examiner - review of 6/28/67
7/67 Paul Williams, "Golden Road: A Report on San Francisco," Crawdaddy (excerpt) - review of first album & several "What Goes On" news clips included
7/4/67 "Free Sounds, Free Snacks, Free Sun Highlight Be-In," Stanford Daily - on 7/2/67 (also includes 6/30/67 "Mary Poppins Umbrella Festival, Be-In Scheduled for Sunday," Stanford Daily)
7/8/67 Philip Elwood, "Fest a California Dream-In," Billboard - on Monterey festival (also includes 6/19/67 Philip Elwood, "Dream Came True in Monterey," SF Examiner; an excerpt from Michael Lydon's "Monterey International Pop Festival," 1967; and an excerpt from 6/25/67 John Morthland, "First Pop Music Festival Great Hit At Monterey," San Bernardino Sun-Telegram)
7/14/67 Alf Strand, "It's Just the Music, Man, Not the Body, That Rocks," Vancouver Sun - review of 7/13/67 (also includes 7/13/67 "200-Pound Pig Pen Flies In With Five Grateful Dead," Vancouver Sun) 
7/17/67 Hilda Bryant, "Cool Brave Heat for Gentle Sunday," Seattle Post-Intelligencer - review of 7/16/67 (also includes 7/17/67 "Hippies, Straights Attend Be-In," Seattle Times) 
7/29/67 Bob Dawbarn, "Grateful Dead Plan a Real Hippy Invasion," Melody Maker - Rifkin interview 
8/67 Mike Daly, "Monterey: A Splendid Time For All," Mojo Navigator R&R News - Monterey review (incomplete) 
8/1/67 Volkmar Richter, "Kids Dance in the O'Keefe's Aisles," Toronto Star - review of 7/31/67
8/7/67 Nick Auf der Mar, "Hippie Love-Cry Fills Local Air," Montreal Gazette - on 8/6/67 (also includes 8/5/67 "Peace Rally Slated to Mark Youth Day" excerpt, Montreal Gazette)
8/11/67 Danny Rotholz, "Toronto Audience Apathetic," Buffalo Spectrum - review of 8/5/67 
8/16/67 "Interview with Jerry Garcia," Seattle Helix (first part printed in previous issue)
8/18/67 Eric Steese, "The Grump," Buffalo Spectrum - review of 8/5/67
8/26/67 Kit Morgan, "Jefferson Airplane Buzzes Canadians," Billboard - on Toronto run (also includes excerpt from concert program)
9/1/67 "A Garland for Chocolate George," Berkeley Barb (excerpt) - on 8/28/67 
9/2/67 Philip Jeffers, "Grateful Dead Are Much Alive," SF Chronicle (copy from 8/31/67 "Hippier, Happier Group," Baltimore Sun)  
9/67 Frank Kofsky interview with Jerry Garcia
9/18/67 Pete Johnson, "SF Rock Groups in Bowl Show," LA Times - review of 9/15/67 (also includes 9/8/67 "Jefferson Happening Set To Go," Valley News; and 9/30/67 Tracy Thomas, "Hollywood," New Music Express)
9/21/67 Edward Spring, "The Grateful Dead," Down Beat - album review (also includes excerpt from 4/27/68 Kevin Hamilton, "Youth's Say," the Age)
9/28/67 "Not All Indians Go For Hippies," Salem Capital-Journal - Rolling Thunder
10/2/67 Philip Elwood, "A Big Day For Jazz From UC to the Bay," SF Examiner (excerpt) - review of 10/1/67
10/3/67 "Rock Band Busted," SF Chronicle - the bust (also includes 10/4/67 "Narcos Bag Grateful Dead," Stanford Daily; 10/6/67 "Not Dead Yet," Berkeley Barb; 10/3/67 "Lots of Grass - Grateful Dead Mowed Down," SF Examiner; 10/6/67 "Grateful Dead Tell Their Side of Bust," SF Examiner; and excerpt from 10/4/67 "Grateful Manager Re-Arrested," SF Examiner)
10/27/67 Steve Grant, "Talking Rock," MIT Tech - summary of SF bands
11/9/67 Jann Wenner, "The Dead Did Get It," Rolling Stone - the bust
11/14/67 Pete Johnson, "Three Rock Groups Share Shrine Stage," LA Times - review of 11/10/67
11/17/67 Mike Pearce, "Shrine Freaks Out - Almost," LA Free Press - review of 11/10-11/67 (also includes excerpts of Free Press articles on other non-Dead shows)
11/17/67 Bill Dalton/Tom Law, "Rock: San Francisco, Part II," The Heights - album review 
11/23/67 "Grateful Dead Record," Rolling Stone
12/5/67 Steve Grant, "Airplane Takes Off, Keeps On Flying," MIT Tech - review of Jefferson Airplane 12/2/67
12/12/67 Steve Grant, "Talking Rock," MIT Tech - review of 12/8/67
12/22/67 "Acid King, 4 Helpers in Custody," Salem Capital Journal - Owsley bust (also includes followup pieces from various papers)
12/27/67 Joe Smith letter 

1968 Burton Wolfe, "The New Music and the New Scene" (excerpt from The Hippies)
1/68 Robert Christgau, "Anatomy of a Love Festival," Esquire - Monterey review (excerpt)
1/6/68 "Grateful Dead," Cash Box - review of 12/26-27/67
1/15/68 Bob Rose, "Millionaire Held For LSD," Des Moines Tribune - Owsley profile
1/68 Tour Announcements - 1/19/68 "Two Rock Bands Will Play Here," Eureka Times-Standard; 1/25/68 "Dead Come to Eagles," U of Washington Daily; 1/26/68 "What's Happening," Seattle; 1/26/68 "Grateful Dead To Hold Earthq Wake Here," Portland Vanguard; 1/27/68 "Two Founders of San Francisco Sound Schedule Shows Here," Portland Oregonian; & 2/11/68 "Grateful Dead Will Appear Saturday," Fresno Bee.
1/24/68 Ralph Gleason, "Outside Agitator" (excerpt), SF Chronicle? - review of 1/17/68
1/25/68 "17 Students in Area Arrested," Eureka Times-Standard - also 1/27/68 "Four More Arrests by Eureka Police" 
1/27/68 Tony Leigh, "Live Sound of the Grateful Dead," KRLA Beat
1/30/68 Eugene articles - 1/30/68 Mike Fancher, "Group Leads Psychedelics"; 1/31/68 Ron Baylor, "Grateful Dead Drummer Trips Through Wall of Sound"; 1/31/68 Barb Field, "Light Show Transforms Staid EMU Ballroom"; also show announcements, all from the Oregon Daily Emerald
1/30/68 Jack Berry, "Messenger Rock-Band Impressive," Portland Oregonian - review of QMS 1/29/68 
2/1/68 Scott White, "And the Dead," and JC, "Coney Island of the Viscera," Seattle Helix - reviews of 1/26/68 
2/16/68 "Hippies Support Quentin Paper," Hayward Daily Review (also 2/16/68 Dial Torgerson, "Strike Call Fizzles at San Quentin," LA Times) - reports of 2/15/68
3/7/68 Jan Garden, "Sahara, Mr. Jones?" SF Express Times (excerpt) & 3/8/68 Thomas Benji, "Second Haight Closing Not So Ecstatic," Berkeley Barb (excerpt) - on 3/3/68
3/9/68 "Airplane Flies - Leaves Manager, Battles RCA," Rolling Stone - Airplane & Dead
3/9/68 "Dead Head For Paradise and Points East," Rolling Stone - also includes excerpts from 2/10/68 Michael Lydon, "First European International Pop Festival: Pigpen To Meet Pope?", Rolling Stone
3/12/68 William Glackin, "British Rock Trio Plays Hard Blues," Sacramento Bee - review of 3/11/68 
3/14/68 Bill Wasserzieher, "San Francisco Bands Shortchange Anaheim Audience," Long Beach Press-Telegram - review of 3/8/68
3/15/68 Mick Martin, "Cream Concert," Pony Express - review of 3/11/68 (also includes 10/10/68 Mick Martin, "Of Cream and Concerts," Pony Express)
3/18/68 Ralph Gleason, "A Great Weekend at the Carousel," SF Chronicle - on 3/15-16/68 
Spring/Summer 1968 San Francisco Ballrooms - includes 4/27/68 "SF Ballroom Circuit Grows," Rolling Stone; 8/10/68 "Fillmore Scene Moves To New Carousel Hall," Rolling Stone; and excerpts from Ralph Gleason's SF Chronicle columns of 3/13/68, 6/7/68, and 6/20/68
March-July '68 Carousel Ballroom - includes excerpt from 3/13/68 Ralph Gleason, SF Chronicle; excerpt from 4/27/68 "SF Ballroom Circuit Grows," Rolling Stone; excerpt from 3/18/68 Ralph Gleason, "A Great Weekend at the Carousel," SF Chronicle; excerpts from 6/27/68 Geoffrey Link review, Down Beat & 9/19/68 Pete Welding review, Down Beat & 6/8/68 Philip Elwood, "Ballroom Is No Place for a Concert," SF Examiner; excerpt from 4/25/68 Robert Novick, "Free," SF Express Times; 5/3/68 "Free City Convention Free For All," Berkeley Barb; excerpt from 5/10/68 Jef Jassen, "Let's See, They Say, Every Man Has His Price," Berkeley Barb; 6/6/68 Sandy Darlington, "Ambrosia Cake Falstaff Bliss," SF Express Times; excerpts from 6/7/68 Ralph Gleason, "Strung Between Dreams & Reality," SF Chronicle & 6/30/68 Ralph Gleason, "Changing Role of Ballrooms," SF Examiner; 6/8/68 "Jefferson Airplane Won't Land," SF Examiner; 6/9/68 "Injunction Lifted, Rock Dance Held," Independent Press-Telegram; 6/14/68 TAR, "Carousel Fights Straight Scene for Free Zone," Berkeley Barb; 6/26/68 "Rock 'n' Roll Group Quits Carousel," SF Examiner; 6/28/68 "Bill Graham Gets Carousel," Berkeley Barb; 7/5/68 Jef Jassen, "Carousel Reopens as Fillmore West," Berkeley Barb; 8/10/68 "Fillmore Scene Moves to New Carousel Hall," Rolling Stone; excerpt from 7/10/68 Philip Elwood, "Lots of Room at Fillmore West," SF Examiner; 7/12/68 Tadeusz, "Some Modest Proposals," Berkeley Barb; excerpt from 7/31/68 Sandy Darlington, "Ron Polte: A Good Word for Bill Graham," SF Express Times; 7/7/68 Ralph Gleason, "Death and Life of the Carousel," SF Examiner; excerpt from 12/18/68 beelzebub, "Ain't It A Cryin' Shame?" SF Express Times
4/15/68 Mike Turner, "3,000 Tune In, Turn On For Love-In," Miami Herald - review of 4/14/68
4/16/68 "Hippies Stage Love-In At Miami, Fl," Colorado Springs Gazette (edit of above)
5/6/68 John Kifner, "6,000 in Park Rock to West Coast Sound," New York Times - review of 5/5/68
5/16/68 Annie Fisher, "Be Grateful You're Dead," Village Voice - review of New York run (also includes "3 Grateful Dead Face Dope Charge," South Jersey Courier Post 5/1/68, on roadie bust, and excerpts from stories on Columbia U strike)
5/20/68 Pete Johnson, "The Grape Appears in Rock Club," Los Angeles Times - review of 5/17-18/68 
5/23/68 Sandy Darlington, "What'll You Boys Have? She Asked. Raw Meat, They Answered," SF Express-Times - review of 5/18/68 (also includes 5/20/68 Philip Elwood, "16 Hours of Rock in Dismal Surroundings," SF Examiner; and excerpt from Shrine show review, 5/20/68 Los Angeles Times)
6/6/68 Sandy Darlington, "Ambrosia Cake Falstaff Bliss," SF Express-Times - on the Carousel (also includes "Injunction Lifted, Rock Dance Held" (UPI 6/9/68) & excerpt from Jef Jassen, "Let's See, They Say, Every Man Has His Price," Berkeley Barb 5/10/68)
6/8/68 Philip Elwood, "Ballroom Is No Place for a Concert," SF Examiner - review of 6/7/68 (also includes excerpt from Ralph Gleason, "Changing Role of Ballrooms," SF Examiner 6/30/68)
6/10/68 "Cub Scouts Beat the Airplane," Hayward Daily Review & 6/14/68 "Ghost Scouts Bum Wake with Live Fuzz Help," Berkeley Barb - on 6/9/68 (also includes 6/10/68 "No Permit, So Park Is Quiet," SF Examiner)
6/15/68 Robert Shelton, "Jeff Beck Group Cheered in Debut," New York Times - review of 6/14/68 
6/21/68 DC, "And Grooved the End," Berkeley Barb
6/22/68 Jon Sargent, "Vibrations in the Valley," Arizona Republic - announcement of 6/22/68
6/25/68, "The Very Grateful Dead," SF Chronicle - court appearance (also includes 6/24/68 "Grateful Dead Guilty on Pot, Fined," SF Examiner)
6/27/68 Geoffrey Link, "Jefferson Airplane/Grateful Dead," Down Beat - review of 3/16/68 
7/68 Patricia Kennely, "Pop Talk," Jazz & Pop (excerpt) - 5/68 band interview
7/25/68 Alan Heineman, "Trippin': Impressions of Cream and Jefferson Airplane," Down Beat - live review, non-Dead 
8/26/68 Pete Johnson, "The Grateful Dead Appear At Shrine," Los Angeles Times - review of 8/23/68 (also includes excerpt of 5/20/68 Pete Johnson, LA Times review)
9/14/68 Little Sherri Funn, "Hundreds Die; Only Five Dead," Michigan Daily - Anthem review (also includes 9/4/68 Little Sherri Funn, "Fine-Point Landing for the Airplane," Michigan Daily)
9/28/68 Jim Miller, "Anthem of the Sun," Rolling Stone - album review
10/11/68 Tony Lima, "Grateful Dead - A Winner," MIT Tech - Anthem review
10/12/68 "Sky River Rock Groove," Rolling Stone
10/31/68 Lowell Richards, "Blues Outclasses Rock At Sky River Festival," Downbeat
10/31/68 Philip Elwood, "New Music May Cause History to Repeat Itself," SF Examiner - review of 10/30/68
11/13&16/68 University of Oregon, Eugene - several short pieces from the Oregon Daily Emerald; also includes 11/18/68 "Fake Bomb Ends UO Rock Dance," Eugene Register-Guard
11/21/68 Roger Downey & Max Smith, "Grateful Dead," Seattle Helix - reviews of 11/17/68; also includes 11/15/68 Bob Houston, "The Dead and the Indians," Seattle Post-Intelligencer
11/22/68 Kathy Faes, "Grateful Dead Come Alive," Corvallis High-O-Scope - review of 11/15/68; also includes several preliminary announcements from the OSU Daily Barometer
11/26/68 Clarence Page, "Grateful Dead Testify Their Sound At Concert," Ohio University Post - backstage comments on 11/25/68
11/26/68 Robert Powers, "Grateful Dead Play for Own Amusement," Athens Messenger - review of 11/25/68 (also includes 11/25/68 "Grateful Dead Plan Concert," Athens Messenger; & 12/3/68 "Dissent," letter to the editor, Athens Messenger)
11/29/68 Barry Miles, "Anthem of the Sun," International Times - album review
12/7/68 Jim Knippenberg, "Greatful Dead Concert Captures Participation," & Bob Buten, "Bob Has A Lost Weekend," Cincinnati Enquirer - reviews of 11/29-30/68
12/9/68 WG Tudor, "Rock Going Establishment?", Morning News - review of 12/6/68
12/12/68 Marlene Bordin, "Letters," Detroit Fifth Estate - on 12/1/68
12/17/68 David Mark Dashev, "Grateful Dead Gives Concert," Los Angeles Times - review of 12/13/68 
12/19/68 Geoffrey Link, "Jazz and Pop Announce Engagement," Baltimore Sun
12/20/68 Bob Barnett, "Earwax" (excerpt), Valley State Daily Sundial - review of 12/13/68 
12/24/68 Lewis Segal, "Fish, Grateful Dead in Shrine Rock Concert," LA Times - review of 12/20/68

1968 Anthem of the Sun reviews - includes 11/68 S.L., "The Grateful Dead: Anthem of the Sun," High Fidelity; 8/16/68 Tom Donahue, LA Free Press; 8/22/68 Wayne Harada, Honolulu Advertiser; excerpt of 9/9/68 Ralph Gleason, "Getz's Kind of Music," SF Examiner; 9/20/68 Jef Jassen, Berkeley Barb; 9/27/68 Sandy Lynch, "Raps on Record Rap," Berkeley Barb; excerpts of 9/13/68 Gene Youngblood, "Anthem of the Dead," LA Free Press; 2/21/69 K.L., "Paint It Black," Berkeley Barb

1/4/69 "Grateful Dead - Country Joe - Spirit," Cash Box - review of 12/21/68
1/7/69 Hart & Constanten Bios
1/13/69 Peter Thompson, "Things Fit At Fillmore," Stanford Daily - review of 1/2-4/69
1/22/69 Salahuddin Imam, "Miami Pop Festival: Silver Linings Galore," Harvard Crimson - review of 12/29/68
1/22/69 Jack Evans, "Santana, Dead: Graceful Yet Powerful," El Gaucho - review of 1/17/69 
1/27/69 Dick Alexander, "Avalon Reopens to Slim Crowd," SF Examiner (also includes 1/24/69 "Muffled Avalon Rocks Again," SF Examiner; & 1/25/69 Tom Campbell, "The Sound of Competition," SF Examiner)
2/3/69 "Dead Sock It To 2000 Music Lovers," Minneapolis Tribune - review of 2/2/69
2/3/69 Johan Mathiesen, "New Rock Hall Turns On Heat," Minneapolis Star - review of 2/2/69 (also includes 2/2/69 Allan Holbert, "Grateful Dead To Appear Live At Rock Scene," Minneapolis Tribune)
2/5/69 Gerald Wade, "Crowd Joins Act of Grateful Dead," Omaha World-Herald - review of 2/4/69
2/13/69 F.D. Williams, "The Journey of the Magi" & Joe Anderson, "Flash in the Great Rock Wasteland," Pittsburgh Point - reviews of 2/7/69
2/20/69 Susanna, "Maybe," Village Voice - review of 2/11/69 (also includes 2/20/69 Hollie West, "Janis Joplin's Song Style Leaves Critics In Doubt," Oregonian; & excerpt of 2/22/69 Ed Ochs, "Janis Joplin Jolts, Jars, Jells," Billboard)
2/22/69 "Janis Joplin/Grateful Dead," Cashbox - review of 2/12/69 
2/27/69 J.L. Schmidt, "Slipped Disc," Daily Nebraskan - review of 2/4/69 
3/1/69 Gary Eisler, "Grateful Dead Play Napa Gig," Napa Valley Register - on 2/21-22/69 (also includes "Music Box" excerpt from 2/28/69)
3/3/69 Ralph Gleason, "A Delightful Show at Fillmore West," SF Chronicle - review of 2/27/69
3/15/69 - Paul Nelson, "Janis: the Judy Garland of Rock?" Rolling Stone (excerpt) - review of 2/11/69
3/15/69 "Wheel of Jive," Chicago Seed (excerpt) 
3/17/69 "Olompali Superjam for Bread," Berkeley Barb 
3/18/69 Herb Caen, "One Thing After Another" (excerpt), SF Chronicle - review of 3/15/69 (also includes 1/16/69 Frances Moffatt, "Who's Who," SF Chronicle & 3/17/69 Frances Moffatt, "Who's Who," SF Chronicle, and brief notices from the SF Examiner)
3/28/69 Pete Senoff, "Rose Palace Rocks Weekend Scene," Valley State Daily Sundial - review of 3/22/69  (also includes excerpt of 3/24/69 Pete Johnson, "Brief Bright Life of Rock 'n' Roll," LA Times)
4/5/69 "Celestial Synapse at the Fillmore," Rolling Stone - review of 2/19/69
4/10/69 Ralph Gleason, "Content at the Avalon Ballroom," SF Chronicle - review of 4/6/69
4/12/69 Richard Saltus, "Grateful Dead Unleash Wild Sounds At UA," Arizona Daily Star - review of 4/11/69 (also includes 3/19/69 "U of A Accused of Halting Show," Arizona Republic; & 4/10/69 "Grateful Dead To Make Music At UA Friday," Arizona Daily Star)
4/17/69 J.L. Schmidt, "Slipped Disc," Daily Nebraskan - review of 4/15/69
4/17/69 George Stavis, "Grateful Dead Continue To Amaze," Purdue Exponent - announcement of 4/18/69
4/18/69 "The Living Not Grateful About Grateful Dead," St. Louis Post-Dispatch - on 4/17/69
4/18/69 Richard Thomas, "Two New Dead Albums," Daily Utah Chronicle (also includes 4/11/69 "Grateful Dead at SDS Ball" announcement) 
4/26/69 Bud Collins, "The Generation Gap on Lansdowne St.," Boston Globe - Dead at the Ark
4/28/69 Marshall Fine, "The Dead Raise Spirits of Listeners," Minneapolis Star - review of 4/27/69
5/69 Michael Lydon, Jerry Garcia Interview
5/69 Harv Tawney, "Waking the Dead," Crawdaddy - 2/5/69 interview
5/5/69 Ralph Gleason, "Old Gospel Songs and New Breed," SF Chronicle (excerpt) - review of 5/2/69
5/13/69 Bob Melton, "Giant Picnic Rocks - Loosely," Daily Aztec - review of 5/11/69
6/69 KSAN Radio Documentary
6/14/69 Gordon Young, "The Grateful Dead Blow Life Into Fresno Show," Fresno Bee - review of 6/13/69 
6/25/69 Pine, "Grateful Dead, Savoy Brown, Buddy Miles," Variety - review of 6/20/69 
6/26/69 Lucian Truscott, "Riffs: No Favors," Village Voice - review of 6/22/69
6/27/69 Mark Blumler, "Aoxomoxoa...The Dead," Columbia Daily Spectator - album review (also includes excerpt from 6/15/69 Ralph Gleason, "A Relaxed Fish - and a Dead Puzzle," SF Examiner) 
7/8/69 Sally Simpson, "The Sound," Chicago Tribune - review of 7/4/69
7/9/69 Jack Batten, "Grateful Dead Has Turned Musical," Toronto Daily Star - review of 7/8/69
7/12/69 Adele Novelli, "Aoxomoxoa," Rolling Stone - album review (also includes Aoxomoxoa reviews from Billboard 6/7/69, Santa Fe New Mexican 8/31/69, Case Western Observer 9/30/69, Los Angeles Free Press 11/21/69; 7/4/69 Vancouver Province, 7/5/69 Windsor Star, 7/27/69 Hackensack Record, undated Redbrick)
7/12/69 Ralph Gleason, "Reunion at Winterland," Rolling Stone - review of 5/2/69
7/14/69 Jim Gwin, untitled, Great Speckled Bird - review of 7/7/69 
7/17/69 Annie Fisher, "Riffs," Village Voice - review of 7/11/69
7/26/69 "Grateful Dead Ungrateful; Sued," Rolling Stone (also includes 6/12/69 "Grateful Dead Sued by Studio in San Mateo," SF Examiner)
7/26/69 Bobby Abrams, "Grateful Dead," Fusion - review of 6/21/69 
7/26/69 Ellen Willis, "Rock, Etc.," New York Times - review of 7/11/69  (also includes 11/2/68 Ellen Willis, "The Scene, 1968," New York Times)
7/27/69 Robert Christgau, "Grateful Dead Are Rising Again," New York Times
August 1, 1969 Family Dog - includes 7/31/69 "Strike Flashes on Hip Scene," SF Examiner; 7/31/69 Verne & Bill, "Lights Out," SF Good Times; 8/1/69 "Strike at Family Dog Sports a Light Touch," SF Examiner; 8/1/69 Tari, "Lights Out at SF Ballrooms," Berkeley Tribe; 8/2/69 "Picket Line Splits Grateful Dead," SF Examiner; 8/5/69 Lawrence Bensky, "Light Strike," Dock of the Bay; 8/4/69 "Light Strike Suspended," SF Examiner; 8/7/69 Verne/Bill, "Personality Power," Good Times; excerpt from 8/8/69 Art Johnson, "Out on the Edge," Berkeley Tribe; 9/6/69 Ben Fong-Torres, "Bill Graham Explodes," Rolling Stone; & excerpt from 7/25/69 "Walking the Dog," Berkeley Barb
8/2/69 Dan Goldberg, "Cocker Shakes, Rocks & Souls; Dead Alive," Billboard - review of 7/11/69 (also includes 9/3/69 David Wally, "The Pavillion," East Village Other)
8/6/69 "Dead Record Out," WB Circular
8/15/69 Dave Stevens, "The Dead Are Alive - Are We?", Stanford Daily (excerpt) - Live/Dead album preview
August '69 The Common, Family Dog - includes excerpt of 8/14/69 Verne, "Common Sense," SF Good Times; 8/22/69 Art Johnson, "Uncommon Common," Berkeley Tribe; 9/5/69 Muhammad Khan, "Rock Ripples Move Outside," Berkeley Barb; and excerpt from 8/14/69 David Rubinson interview, SF Good Times
8/21/69 Carole Beers, "No Show: Ungrateful Clamor Didn't Raise the Dead," Seattle Times - 8/20/69 canceled
9/30/69 R.H., "Grateful Dead," CWRU Observer - Aoxomoxoa review
9/30/69 Robb Baker, "Dylan in NY? Well, Why Not," Chicago Tribune - review of 9/26/69 
10/1/69 James Lichtenberg, "Holy Modal Rounders, It's The Grateful Dead," East Village Other - review of 9/26/69
10/1/69 Robert Weiner, "Seeing Double," East Village Other (excerpt) - review of 9/27/69 (also includes 10/1/69 David Wally, "Stomping at the Carnegie Hall," East Village Other)
10/9/69 Charles Martin, "Bonzo, Grateful Dead Join Tea Party Din," Boston Globe - review of 10/69 Boston Tea Party
10/11/69 "Country Joe & the Fish/Grateful Dead," Cash Box - review of 9/27/69
10/11/69 Fred Kirby, "Dead, New Fish Give Solid Sets," Billboard - review of 9/27/69
10/15/69 Brian Pecy, "Grateful Dead," Mass Media - review of 10/4/69 
10/29/69 Marty Pastula, "Grateful Dead Bring Live Music To Lively SJS Halloween Fling," Spartan Daily - announcement of 10/31/69 (also includes 10/31/69 "Bands to Play at Masked Ball in College Union," Spartan Daily) 
11/69 show announcement
11/14/69 Lenny Kaye, "The Year of the Dead," Fusion - review of 10/69 Boston Tea Party; also includes Loyd Grossman's Bonzo Dog Band review (same issue)
11/21/69 "Aoxomoxoa," Los Angeles Free Press - album review
12/3/69 Craig Okino, "The Dead Awake," Stanford Daily - live album review
12/30/69 Timothy Crouse, "Grateful Dead Resurrect Dancing at Tea Party," Boston Herald Traveler - review of 12/29/69

1969-70 Live/Dead Reviews - includes 12/21/69 Al Rudis, "San Francisco Sound Very Much Alive," Cincinnati Enquirer; 2/14/70 Rich Mangelsdorff, "Personalities Translated Into Music: The Grateful Dead," Waukesha Daily Freeman; 4/26/70 David Wagner, "When Garcia Is Good, He's Very Very Good," Appleton Post-Crescent; 12/21/69 Jim Knippenberg, Cincinnati Enquirer; 12/21/69 Scott Campbell, Arizona Republic; 12/22/69 Marshall Fine, Minneapolis Star; 12/30/69 Tom Green, San Bernardino Sun; 1/17/70 Charles Burns, Troy Record; 3/22/70 David DeJean, Lousville Courier-Journal
1969-70 More Live/Dead Reviews - includes 12/14/69 Ralph Gleason, "The Stones' Music - Let It Bleed," SF Examiner (excerpt); 12/24/69 Philip Elwood, "The Dead Show New Life on Latest Album,' SF Examiner; 12/18/69 black shadow, "Record Wrap," SF Good Times; 12/19/69 Pete Senoff, "Record Raps," LA Free Press; 2/4/70 Steve Rosen, "Musix & Other Noise," Bloomington Spectator; 2/5/70 Wayne Crawford, "Live Album for Grateful Dead," Chicago Daily News; 2/22/70 Don Heckman, "Rock Has Them Dancing in the Aisles Again," New York Times; 3/4/70 Mike Baron, "The Critic," Madison Kaleidoscope; 4/20/70 Rob Klein, "Records," Northwest Passage; 5/15/70 Rolf Hage, "Live/Dead," Oregon Daily Emerald

1970 Radio Interview with Garcia, Cutler & Hunter
1970 Pigpen interview by Hank Harrison & Bobby Petersen
1/1/70 "Black Shadow," SF Good Times - review of 12/19/69 
1/2/70 "Long Live the Dead: Captain Trips & Crew Ride for the Revolution," San Diego Street Journal 
1/11/70 Timothy Crouse, "Seven Styles for Seven Brothers," Boston Herald Traveler - review of 12/31/69
1/12/70 Carol Olten, "Grateful Dead Appear with a New Quality," San Diego Union - review of 1/10/70 
1/12/70 M. Ferguson, "The Music Playing In My Head," NC Essay - review of 1/2/70
1/16/70 "Dead Live Aren't Always Dead 'Live'," San Diego Street Journal - review of 1/10/70
1/17/70 "Triple Decker Sets the '70's Swinging," Billboard - review of 1/2/70 
1/17/70 E.K., "Grateful Dead/Cold Blood/Lighthouse," Cash Box - review of 1/3/70 (also includes excerpt from 1/28/70 Lita Elicu, "Thilm," East Village Other)
1/20/70 Raymond Lang, "Four Explosions: the Grateful Dead," Daily Californian - album review (also includes 2/27/70 Mick Farren, "Live/Dead" review, International Times; and 3/14/70 Richard Williams, "Live/Dead" review, Melody Maker)
1/21/70 James Lichtenberg, "Dark Star," East Village Other - Garcia interview
1/23/70 John Bilby, "The Grateful Dead Alive and Well Here," Honolulu Advertiser (also includes earlier Advertiser announcements: 1/11/70 "Trip Back to 1965," 1/16/70 "Grateful Dead to Debut Here Jan. 23," 1/22/70 "Grateful Dead On Way Here;" also 1/25/70 "Brody Fails to Turn On Music Fans," Sarasota Herald-Tribune; & 1/26/70 "Brody Shells Out Shekels to Rock Fans," Provo Daily Herald) 
1/29/70 "Grateful Dead To Play Fillmore," Fremont News-Register
??/70 Paul Droesch, "Music/The Warehouse," unknown New Orleans paper - review of 1/30/70
2/3/70 Harper Barnes, "Grateful Dead Make Rock Fans Come Alive," St Louis Post-Dispatch - review of 2/2/70
2/5/70 Alan Heineman, "The Grateful Dead/Jefferson Airplane," Down Beat - album review
2/6/70 Tom Voelker, "Roll Over and Play Live," NOLA Express - review of 1/31-2/1/70 
2/6/70 Ralph Gleason, "Big Rock Party for the Cameras," SF Chronicle - on 2/4/70
2/7/70 Lenny Kaye, "Live/Dead," Rolling Stone - album review
2/10/70 Michael Feirtag & Rex Begonia, "Live/Dead/Freaky," MIT Tech
2/11/70 Howard Smith, Jerry Garcia radio interview
2/13/70 "Black Shadow," SF Good Times - on 2/4/70 
2/18/70 Jeff, Grateful Dead/Allmans/Love, Variety - on 2/70 Fillmore run (also includes 2/21/70 Fred Kirby, "Grateful Dead, Love, Allman Brothers," Billboard; & 2/28/70 Dan Goldberg, "Love Fillmore Highlight," Record World)
2/20/70 John Carpenter, "Columbyn," LA Free Press - on 2/4/70 
2/20/70 Hank Neuberger, "Grateful Dead: Journey Across Abyss," Daily Northwestern - compared to Velvet Underground  
2/23/70 Ralph Gleason, "Bands Rally Round the Busted Dead," SF Chronicle (also includes 2/20/70 "Raise the Dead!", Berkeley Barb; & excerpt from Gleason 2/25/70 Chronicle article)
2/24/70 F. Catherwood, "Fish Revive Bored Crowd," Daily Texan - review of 2/23/70
2/27/70 Bill Bentley & Andy Dean, "Rock Show Review," Megaphone - review of 2/22/70
3/70 Alice Polesky, "The Dead Head," Go Magazine - 9/69 band interviews
3/70 David Harris, "Rock's First Family: Grateful Dead," Circus - winter '70 band interview
3/7/70 "New Orleans Cops & the Dead Bust," Rolling Stone
3/7/70 "San Francisco Family Affair," Rolling Stone - on 2/4/70
3/10/70 Ellen Michaels, "Grateful Dead Really Change Santa Monica," LA State College Times - review of 3/7/70
3/14/70 "West Coast Rock Group Will Play Here Tuesday," Buffalo Courier Express
3/17/70 Buffalo - includes 3/13/70 Joe Fernbacher, "The Dead Jams in Buffalo," the Spectrum; 3/14/70 "West Coast Rock Group Will Play Here Tuesday," Buffalo Courier Express; 3/17/70 "Philharmonic Holds Rock Concert This Evening," Buffalo Evening News; 3/18/70 James Brennan, "Orchestra's Rapport With Rock Bands Electrifies Audience," Buffalo Evening News; & 3/18/70 Thomas Putnam, "Orchestra, Two Bands In Concert," Buffalo Courier Express.
3/17/70 Mike Moore, "Grateful Dead Lacked Concert Interest," Van Nuys Valley News - review of 3/7/70
3/20/70 Bob Lardine, "The Grateful Dead - No Conformists There," Rockland County Journal-News - Weir interview
??/70 Rosa Schwartz, "Capitol Theater," Zygote - review of 3/21/70 (also includes press trip flyer) 
April '70 Harry Jackson, "Dead," Zygote - review of 3/21/70, Mickey Hart interview 
4/3/70 Robert Neubert, "Airplane Had a Great Party," Yonkers Herald Statesman - on 2/4/70
4/4/70 Arlene Brown, "Grateful...Dead...Grateful...Dead," Rat - review of 3/21/70
4/6/70 Jim Knippenberg, "Grateful Dead Show Lively," Cincinnati Enquirer - review of 4/3/70 (also includes 3/28/70 Jim Knippenberg, "Grateful Dead Coming Back," Cincinnati Enquirer)
4/9/70 "Grateful Dead," Independent Eye - review of 4/3/70 
4/14/70 Viktor Votsch, "Spring Arts Festival: Carry It On," UC News Record (excerpt) - review of 4/3/70 (also includes excerpt of 3/31/70 Viktor Votsch, "Festival to Attract Arts to UC," News Record)
4/15/70 David Reitman, "Dead Live and Well in Portchester," Rock - review of 3/21/70
4/27/70 Dean Jensen, "Rock Fest Grinds To Conclusion," Milwaukee Sentinel - on 4/26/70
4/30/70 Beng Fong-Torres, "Garcia's Shit Is Poison, FCC Rules," Rolling Stone (also includes "An FCC First: Station Fined for Obscenity," Miami News 4/6/70, and FCC court decision excerpts)
4/30/70 Milt T., "San Francisco Sounds," Chinook - review of 4/24/70  
4/30/70 Mike DeLong, "Grateful Dead Stuns Crowd," Colorado Springs Sun - review of 4/25/70 
5/5/70 Dick Cheverton/Glenda Sampson, "Loveliest of Visions, Terms of Terror," Chicago Today - on 4/26/70
5/5/70 Richard Wolinsky, "Live Dead," SUNY Colonial News - review of 5/2/70 (also includes 4/14/70 Colonial News spring weekend schedule & 5/5/70 Pentangle review, Colonial News)
5/5-12/70 excerpts from various articles, MIT Tech - on 5/6/70 & the university strike
5/12/70 Al Gradet, "The Dead," Tech News - review of 5/9/70 
5/18/70 Miller Francis, "Grateful Dead/Hampton Grease Band/Allman Brothers Band," Great Speckled Bird - review of 5/10/70 (also includes excerpt from show announcement, 5/11/70 "Atlanta Rocks," Great Speckled Bird)
5/27/70 Jeff, "Grateful Dead," Variety - review of 5/15/70
5/29/70 Geoffrey Cannon, "Disgracing the Grateful Dead," Guardian - review of 5/24/70
5/30/70 Fred Kirby, "Grateful Dead/New Riders," Billboard - review of 5/15/70
5/30/70 Richard Williams, "Dead on Arrival," Melody Maker - Phil Lesh interview
6/12/70 "Try Harder Next Time," Friends (UK) - plus many reviews of 5/24/70 from Friends, ZigZag, etc.
6/12/70 Dick Lawson, "What Will Be the Answer to the Answer Then," Friends (UK) - review of 5/24/70; also includes 1973 Pigpen obituary excerpt
June/July 70 Mac Garry, "Grateful Dead," Zigzag - Pigpen interview, review of 5/24/70
6/22/70 Ken Rosene, "Headlines," Honolulu Advertiser - on 6/12-13/70 (also includes a bit of 6/22/70 Steve Moore, "Horse Has Its Merits," Honolulu Advertiser) 
June 70 Toronto Festival Express Articles - 5/1/70 Melinda McCracken, "Mobile Rock Festival for 4 Cities," Toronto Globe & Mail; 6/29/70 "Festival Express: Bashed Heads and Bad Trips" & Norman Hartley, "Volunteers Treat 650 Drug Trippers," Toronto Globe & Mail; 6/29/70 "Calm Settles On Rock Festival" & Bill Dampier, "Janis Joplin Lit Up The Stadium By Herself," Toronto Daily Star
July 70 Festival Express Articles - 6/24/70 William Dampier, "$16 Ticket Rock Festival Expects To Lure 30,000," Toronto Daily Star; 7/3/70 "Rock Show Financial Disaster," Saskatoon Star Phoenix; 7/6/70 Jacques Hamilton, "Festival Termed Success" & John Gibbs, "Threat of Gate Crashers" (abridged), Calgary Herald; 7/25/70 "Festival Express Marred By Protests," Billboard; 10/24/70 Michael Bennett, "Festival Express a Financial Loss for Promoter," Vancouver Sun
June 27-28: Festival Express, Toronto -  6/27/70 "Rock Festival Draws 8000 to Tent City" & "Radical Group Plans to Crash Rock Festival," Lethbridge Herald; 6/29/70 "Hundreds Best Police, Crash Festival," Montreal Gazette; 6/30/70 "CNE Would Do It Again," Montreal Gazette; 7/11/70 "Toronto's Festival Express Fails to Meet Expectations," Cash Box
July 1: Festival Express, Winnipeg - 5/1/70 "12-Hour Festival July 1," Winnipeg Free Press; 6/27/70 "The Big One Hits Town Dominion Day," Winnipeg Free Press; 6/30/70 John Gillespie, "Little Static Expected at Fete," Winnipeg Free Press; 7/2/70 John Gillespie, "8000 Young People Groove to Marathon Rock Festival," Winnipeg Free Press; 7/2/70 "No Violence But Festival Express a Disaster," Brandon Sun 
July 3: free festival, Calgary - 7/4/70 Peter Leney, "Free Festival Fulfils Everyone's Hopes" & John Gibbs, "Real Festival Was Friday, Says Grateful Dead Leader," Calgary Herald
July 4-5: Festival Express, Calgary - 7/3/70 John Gibbs, "Swinging Train Rumbles to Town," Catherine Campbell, "Gate-Crashers Given Warning," & "Movement Criticizes Festival," Calgary Herald; 7/4/70 "Rock Festival Runs Into Youth Opposition in Calgary," Brandon Sun; 7/4/70 Jacques Hamilton & Catherine Campbell, "Son of Woodstock? Sorry," Calgary Herald; 7/6/70 Bill Musselwhite, "Everyone Became Involved as Rock Festival Grooved," & Catherine Campbell, "Festival Express Leaves Sign - Victory V," Calgary Herald; 7/10/70 John Cosway, "Backstage," Richmond Review; 7/25/70 "Festival Express Artist Triumph," Cash Box
7/2/70 Joe Fernbacher, "Swinging Rock Music Redeems Festival's Synthetic Atmosphere," Spectrum - review of 6/27/70 
7/9/70 Doug Thompson, "Lively 8500 Visit Grateful Dead," Alton Evening Telegraph - review of 7/8/70
7/9/70 Mimi Teichman, "Fans Share Spirit of Grateful Dead," St. Louis Post-Dispatch - review of 7/8/70
7/17/70 Bob Lynn, "The Dead - After the Apocalypse," Daily Bruin - Workingman's Dead review
7/19/70 Tom Zito, "Grateful Dead Comes To Life" - review of 7/70 Fillmore shows
7/20/70 "Jerry Garcia," Hard Road - Garcia interview
7/22/70 Jeff, "Grateful Dead," Variety - review of Fillmore shows
7/22/70 Harry Jackson, "On Tour With the Dead," Zygote - on 5/15 Fillmore & 5/16 Temple shows
7/23/70 Andy Zwerling, "Workingman's Dead," Rolling Stone - album review
7/25/70 "Warners Goes All Out on Grateful," Cashbox - Warners promotion
8/1/70 "Hail the Dead!" White Plains Journal News - review of 7/9/70 
8/19/70 Philip Elwood, "Jerry Garcia Keeps Family Together," SF Examiner - review of 8/18/70
9/3/70 David Dalton & Jonathan Cott, "Million Dollar Bash," Rolling Stone - Festival Express account
9/5/70 Otis, "Rocksponic," Berkeley Tribe - on 8/30/70 
9/12/70 Richard Williams, "Myth and Music," the Times - Workingman's Dead review
9/16/70 WMCA Radio Interview, NYC 
9/17/70 Michael Lydon, "An Evening With the Grateful Dead," Rolling Stone - on 8/17/70 (also includes an excerpt from Ed McClanahan's "Grateful Dead I Have Known," 3/72 Playboy)
9/23/70 Kevin Lovett, "Workingman's Dead," Griffin - album review
9/29/70 Steve Poulson, "Getting Ready for the Fire," Daily Utah Chronicle - on 9/26/70 (also includes 10/29/70 Rick Thomas, "Uncooperative Audience Closes Rock Shows," Daily Utah Chronicle)
10/2/70 Jacob Wiesel, "The Dead Live in Pasadena," LA Free Press - review of 9/25/70 
10/2/70 David Proctor, "The Grateful Dead Lived Well at the Terrace," Salt Lake Tribune - review of 9/26/70 (also includes 9/21/70 Tribune show announcement)
10/4/70 Winterland TV broadcast articles - includes Philip Elwood, "Rock Triumvirate Thrills 6000 Fans," SF Examiner 10/6/70;  csm&snag, "Rock, Pigs and Television," SF Good Times 10/9/70; Rick, "Broadcasting It All Back Home," Berkeley Tribe 10/9/70; & other bits.
10/12/70 Joseph Fernbacher, "Round Things Are...Boring," Spectrum - Workingman's Dead review
10/22/70 Stacey Pantsios, "Grateful Dead Reviewed," Cleveland Scene - review of 10/17/70
10/24/70 Tom Zito, "Grateful Dead's Washington Debut," Washington Post - review of 10/23/70 
10/25/70 William Holland, "Grateful Dead Gives a Marvelous Concert," DC Sunday Star - review of 10/23/70
10/26/70 "The Dead Trace It Back," Miami News - review of Vintage Dead
10/27/70 Larry Rohter, "Grateful Dead Shake McDonough," Georgetown Voice - review of 10/23/70 (also includes 10/22/70 Peter Chowky, "The Grateful Dead, Here? Yes, Here!", Georgetown Hoya; and several excerpts from later Hoya articles & letters)
10/70 Rowland Teape-Davis, "Seven Thousand Cram McDonough for Dead," the Spur - review of 10/23/70 
10/29/70 Charles Perry, "The News Reaches San Francisco," Rolling Stone (excerpts) - Winterland 10/4/70
10/29/70 Kathy Orloff, "San Francisco Sound Is Alive," Honolulu Star-Bulletin - on 10/4/70 (also includes 10/17/70 A.R., "Airplane/Dead/Quicksilver," Cash Box; & 10/18/70 Kathy Orloff, "San Francisco Rock Nurtured By New Hall and New Talent," Philadelphia Inquirer)
10/29/70 Dennis Wilen, "Grateful Dead Turn On One Turned-On Crowd," Philadelphia Daily News - review of 10/16/70
10/30/70 Ric Sweeney, "Dead a Great Musical Machine," AU Eagle - review of 10/24/70 (also includes several letters to the editor in the Georgetown Hoya, November 1970) 
10/30/70 Billy Altman, "Vintage Dead," Spectrum - album review
11/70 Jay Itkowitz, "Rapping With the Dead's Jerry Garcia," Action World - Garcia interview
11/3/70 Tom Murnane, "Dead Concert Attracts Many," Stony Brook Statesman - on the 10/31/70 shows (also includes 10/30/70 Hank Teich, "Grateful Dead," and several editorials about the shows in the 11/3/70 Statesman)
11/3/70 "Pearl Pays For All-Night Party," AP story - on 10/26/70 Joplin wake (Lost Live Dead)
11/6/70 Alan Meerow, "Round Things Are...Boring," Spectrum - review of 10/30/70
11/7/70 "Douglas to Record 2 LP's by Grateful Dead Artists," Billboard
11/7/70 Marty Weinberg Usher Interview, Capitol Theater 
11/16/70 "Rock Group Skips Concert After Bomb Threat Sunday," Edwardsville Intelligencer - on 11/15/70 (Lost Live Dead)
11/17/70 Jeff Burger, "Sunday's Concert: The Dead Depart," Albany Student Press - on 11/15/70 (also includes 11/16/70 "Bomb Scare, Performers Plague Concert," Troy Times-Record)
11/22/70 "22 Seized at Rock Show Freed," Rochester Democrat - on 11/20/70
11/22/70 "Hub Police Disperse Rock Fans," Boston Globe - on 11/21/70 (also includes 11/22/70 "Phony Tickets Cause Clash At BU Gym," Lowell Sun)
11/23/70 Chris Ross, "Jam At The Fillmore," Daily Princetonian - review of 11/16/70 
11/25/70 Jeff, "Grateful Dead," Variety - review of 11/11-14/70
11/26/70 Joe Klee, "The Grateful Dead," Down Beat - review of 9/19/70
11/27/70 Ernest Leogrande, "It's In The Cards," New York Daily News - Tarot rehearsal 
11/28/70 Underground News TV Interview
11/29/70 Charles Giuliano, "The Grateful Dead," Boston Herald - review of 11/21/70 (also includes "BU Guard Injured in Rock Fan Melee," Boston Record-American 11/22/70)
11/30/70 Wayne Crawford, "Grateful Dead Give Life To Rock," Chicago Daily News - review of 11/27/70 
11/30/70 Roy Petty, "Pioneers Become the Common Dead," Chicago Tribune - review of 11/27/70
12/70 Lisa Robinson, "Creem Interview w/ Grateful Dead," Creem 
12/1/70 Chip Crossland, "Hell's Angels Presents the Grateful Dead," East Village Other - review of 11/23/70  
12/4/70 Jeff Newcorn, "Grateful Dead Exhilarate Amazed Rock Fanatics," U of Rochester Campus-Times - review of 11/20/70
12/6/70 Ralph Gleason, "San Francisco Rock!" Portland Oregonian - on 2/4/70
12/6/70 Ralph Gleason, "The S.F. Rock Scene Revisited," SF Examiner - on 2/4/70 
12/11/70 "American Beauty," Maroon - album review
12/12/70 George Knemeyer, "Grateful Dead, New Riders," Billboard - review of 11/27/70
12/16/70 Billy Altman, "American Beauty," Spectrum - album review
12/23/70 John Hurst, "Grateful Dead Cheered," Sacramento Bee - review of 12/22/70 
12/24/70 Andy Zwerling, "American Beauty," Rolling Stone - album review
12/26/70 Lisa Robinson, "The Grateful Dead Are Grateful to Be Alive," Rockland Cty. Journal-News - Creem interview
12/27/70 KPPC Pasadena FM Radio Interview
??/70 Dan Nooger, "Workingman's Dead," Big Fat - album review

1970 Workingman's Dead Reviews - includes 6/14/70 Jim Knippenberg, "Grateful Dead Commercial," Cincinnati Enquirer; 7/19/70 Mike Jahn, "Grateful Dead Release Country Folk Music Album," Minneapolis Star-Tribune; 6/25/70 Wayne Harada, Honolulu Advertiser; 7/5/70 Al Rudis, Tampa Tribune; 7/6/70 Susan Brink, Miami News; 7/11/70 Dink Lorance, Moline Dispatch; 7/28/70 Marshall Fine, Minneapolis Star; 8/16/70 Robert Hilburn, Los Angeles Times; 8/29/70 Barbara Lee, Camden Courier-Post; 9/9/70 Richmond Review
1970 More Workingman's Dead Reviews - 5/29/70 Sam Silver, "Grateful for the Dead," SF Express Times; 6/22/70 "Working Man's Dead," The Rag; 10/13/70 Dan Cook, "Workingman's Dead Is Humorous To Philosophical," Case Western Observer; also reviews from Madison Kaleidoscope 6/1/70 & Berkeley Tribe 6/19/70
1970-71 American Beauty Reviews - includes 11/22/70 "Dead Are Alive Out in the Country," Philadelphia Inquirer; 12/19/70 Pete Barsocchini, "The Dead Take On Country Airs," San Mateo Times; 1/17/71 Ernie Sanosuosso, "Grateful Dead Totally Alive," Boston Globe; 1/23/71 Herbert Aronoff, "A Real American Beauty From the Dead," Montreal Gazette; 2/14/71 Rick Makin, "American Beauty," Asbury Park Press; 4/17/71 Michael Symons, "Total Musical Somersault," Sydney Morning Herald
1970-71 Vintage Dead/Historic Dead Reviews - includes 10/17/70 Moline Dispatch; 11/22/70 San Antonio Express; 11/28/70 Lincoln Journal-Star; 11/29/70 Green Bay Press-Gazette; 12/17/70 Philadelphia Daily News; 2/12/71 Santa Clarita Signal; 2/18/71 Sheboygan Press; 5/21/71 Philadelphia Daily News; 7/4/71 Dayton Daily News; 9/5/71 Los Angeles Times
1970-71 More Vintage Dead/Historic Dead Reviews - includes 10/15/70 Dwight Tindle, "Trips Tape Now Dead Album," Kenyon Collegian; 10/15/70 Vernon Gibbs, Columbia Daily Spectator; 11/13/70 Dan Cook, CWRU Observer; 10/30/70 Rich Mangelsdorff, NOLA Express; 11/16/70 Rockin' Raoul, Austin Rag; 11/8/70 David Wagner, Appleton Post-Crescent; 6/7/71 Rockin' Raoul, Austin Rag

??/71, Marlise James, "The Grateful Dead," Charlie - band interview 
1/12/71 Steven Smith, "Garcia and the Grateful Dead," Oregon Daily Emerald - Garcia interview
1/21/71 Gary Thornbloom, "If You Would Just Take The Time To," Nittany Cub - album review
1/22/71 Hilary Abramson, "Grateful Dead Shake Freeborn Hall," Woodland Democrat - review of 1/21/71 - parts missing, need new copy
1/23/71 "From the Music Capitals of the World" column, Billboard - tour plans 
1/26/71 John Tennis, "Concert Fantastic - But Crowded," Lane Community College Torch - review of 1/22/71 (also includes 1/19/71 "Grateful Dead Slate Benefit At Lane," and some pieces from the Oregon Daily Emerald including 1/22/71 Steven Smith, "Dead Set Friday Date" & 1/26/71 "Crashers Mar Dead Concert")
1/26/71 Cathy Thomas, "Grateful Dead Alive," Everett Herald - review of 1/24/71
1/27/71 "Dead, Riders, Brothers," California Aggie - review of 1/21/71 (also includes show announcements & subsequent letters to the editor, California Aggie)
1/27/71 Kevin Lovett, "American Beauty," Griffin - album review
1/30/71 Richard Williams, "American Beauty," Melody Maker - album review
2/71 David Bromberg, "Interview: Jerry Garcia," Jazz & Pop
2/15/71 Bud Scoppa & David Reitman, "Bob Weir: 'We're Nothing More Than an Extension of Rock & Roll'," Rock - Weir interview  
3/71 Marlese Ann James, "Jerry Garcia, Guitar," Circus - Garcia interview
3/4-11/71 Mike Greuber/Charles Beichman/Rex Browning/Hank Baig, "Just Keep On Truckin'" & "Sometimes the Light's All Shining On Me," Harvard Independent - Bob Weir interview
3/4/71 Ray Trifari, "Dead, Creating a Perfect Blend," Georgetown Hoya - review of 2/18/71
3/11/71 Mike Baron, "Woodstock Spirit Haunts Dead," Bugle-American - review of 3/14/71
3/12/71 "A Few More Words," Berkeley Barb; 3/12/71 Gisella E., "Don't Follow Leaders, Watch Your Parking Meters," SF Good Times (excerpt); 3/6/71 "Newton Says Little on Feud with Cleaver," SF Examiner - reviews of 3/5/71
3/12/71 "Wavy Gravy," SF Good Times (excerpt) - on 3/3/71 (also includes excerpts of various articles on Airwaves from the Good Times & Berkeley Barb, multiple issues)
3/12/71 Jimi Weiner, "Dead Signs Sub Contract; Promises Three-Hour Show," F&M College Reporter
3/13/71 MSU miscellany - includes 3/1/71 Rick Shaull, "The Dead," Joint Issue; 3/12/71 "Rock on Campus: Obey the No Smoking Signs," State News; 3/15/71 "Police Busy During MSU Concert," Lansing State Journal
3/18/71 Alan Heineman, "The Grateful Dead - American Beauty," Down Beat - album review
3/18/71 Mike Goff & unknown, "Grateful Dead Concert," Bugle-American; 3/19/71 John Carman, "Road to Rock Concert Rocky," Milwaukee Journal; 3/22/71 John Carman, "Rock Show a Harbinger" (excerpt), Milwaukee Journal; 3/22/71 Dean Jensen, "Lively Bash by Grateful Dead," Milwaukee Sentinel; 3/25/71 Gerry (untitled review), Bugle-American - reviews of 3/21/71
3/18/71 John Brod Peters, "Audience Gets Smoke Along With Rock," St Louis Globe-Democrat - review of 3/17/71
3/18/71 Thomas Newsom, "Grateful Dead Keeps 4000 Fans Waiting," St. Louis Post-Dispatch - review of 3/17/71 (also includes "Arrests, Bomb at Concert," same issue)
3/23/71 Leona Durham, "The Dead Concert," Daily Iowan - review of 3/20/71
3/24/71 Don Pugsley, "Grateful Dead: Spitefully Good," Daily Iowan - review of 3/20/71 (also includes earlier Daily Iowan articles: 1/12/71 Don Pugsley, "CUE - Music Catering for the Greeks?"; 1/13/71 Don Pugsley, "What About the Grateful Dead?"; 1/14/71 Don Pugsley, "CUE Asks Aid in Concert Plans;" 2/27/71 Don Pugsley, "The Hard Core: Waiting For GD;" & 3/19/71 "Professional Ushers to Police Concert")
3/25/71 Philip Elwood, "Grateful Dead Mix Music and Mysticism," SF Examiner - on 3/24/71
3/31/71 Harry Duncan, "Grateful Dead Rides Again," Madison Kaleidoscope - review of 3/21/71 
4/71 Fred Stuckey, "Jerry Garcia: It's All Music," Guitar Player - Garcia interview
4/71 Michael Goodwin, "Jerry Garcia at 700 MPH," Flash - Garcia interview 
4/1/71 "Rock Thumped in Westchester Co," Rolling Stone
4/6/71 Jimi Weiner, "Grateful Dead: Working-Class Heroes," F&M College Reporter  (also includes 1/12/71 Jimi Weiner, "Grateful Dead to Appear in March;" 2/2/71 Steve Israel, "SUB Reschedules Dead;" & 4/2/71 "Grateful Dead Perform in Mayser on April 10," F&M College Reporter)
??/71 Phil Lesh Interview by Hank Harrison
5/31/71 "1000 Get Stoned at Winterland;" 6/1/71 "Winterland Faces Ban;" 6/3/71 Philip Elwood, "Graham Answers Police;" 6/30/71 "Witness Saw Nudes in Winterland Crowd," SF Examiner - on 5/29/71 
6/1/71 "1000 At Concert Drink LSD-Spiked Cider," LA Times - on 5/29/71 (also excerpt from 6/11/71 Berkeley Barb)
6/1/71 "Winterland May Lose Permit After LSD Punch Incident," Palo Alto Times - on 5/29/71
6/11/71 "Failing the Acid Test," SF Good Times; 6/11/71 "Winterland - On the Floor Like Dying Fish," Berkeley Barb - on 5/29/71 
6/10/71 "Our Minds Were Young & Blown," Rolling Stone
6/25/71 Ken Emerson, "The Grateful Dead," Fusion 
??/71 Ian Samwell, "Dead Weekend in Paris," ZigZag 22 - review of 6/21/71
??/71 Robert Trench, "Dead in Europe," Cream - review of 6/21/71
7/5/71 John Wasserman, "When the Music Finally Stopped," SF Chronicle - review of 7/2/71 (also includes Wasserman's articles "Fillmore West - Final Moments" & "But the Memories Linger On," 7/7-7/9/71; and letter from Renee the dancer, 7/23/71 SF Good Times)
7/8/71 Jann Wenner, "The Record Company Executive Thing," Rolling Stone (excerpt) - Joe Smith interview
8/71 Jacques Chabiron, "La Danse du Dead," Rock & Folk - translated review of 6/21/71; also a short Pop 2 Garcia interview
8/8/71 Vern Benson, "Grateful Dead Give a Full, Rich Measure," unknown paper - review of 8/7/71 (also includes fragment of Joe Cromwell, "Grateful Dead Dies in 3-Hour Show," San Diego Union-Tribune) 
8/9/71 Beth, "Grateful Dead Dance," Variety - review of 8/5/71
8/16/71 Dennis Hunt, "Grateful Dead at Berkeley Concert," SF Chronicle; 8/18/71 Doris Worsham, "A Wild Rock Concert," Oakland Tribune; 8/19/71 Kathy Staska/George Mangrum, "Grateful Dead Give Good Berkeley Show," Hayward Daily Review; 8/20/71 "Simply Dead," Berkeley Tribe - reviews of 8/14-15/71  (also includes excerpt from 9/17/71 "Free U People's Nite," Berkeley Tribe)
8/24/71 Lynn van Matre, "Four Hours with the Grateful Dead," Chicago Tribune; 8/24/71 Jack Hafferkamp, "Grateful Dead Limp to Finish," Chicago Daily News; 8/24/71 Al Rudis, "Bad Vibes Mute Grateful Dead," Chicago Sun-Times - reviews of 8/23/71 
9/1/71 Kirk, "Grateful Dead," Variety - review of 8/26/71
9/2/71 "Grateful Dead Bust Their Dad," Rolling Stone (plus 8/11/71 AP/UPI stories on Lenny Hart arrest, & brief AP pieces from 6/11/70 & 3/3/72)
9/2/71 Carman Moore, "Good Lovin', Good Preachin'," Village Voice - review of 8/26/71
9/22/71 "Freije Sues Rock Group For $20,000," Troy Times-Record - on 11/15/70 aftermath (also includes 9/25/71 "$107,600 in Rock Concert Receipts Held," Troy Times-Record) 
9/24/71 Sam Cutler, "Grateful Dead Live Album" promo letter
9/24/71 WB promo letter
10/4/71 WB Circular (excerpt on Dead albums)
Fall '71 live album promotion - various clips from 10/2/71 Billboard, 10/4/71 WB Circular, WB letters, 11/3/71 SF Progress (Dead Earns Its Own Month), 11/20/71 Cash Box (Warners Grateful For Dead Month) 
10/6/71 Basho Katzenjammer, "Grateful Dead Pig Backlash," East Village Other - 8/26/71 bootleg battle 
10/7/71 Charles Eschweiler, "Grateful Dead Return; New Sounds - Old Style," Behrend Collegian - album review 
10/12/71 Swedish radio broadcast interview with Jerry Garcia - also includes earlier Garcia interview excerpt
10/17/71 Ralph Gleason, "Month of the Dead," SF Examiner
10/19/71 Jerry Garcia & Phil Lesh interviews, KQRS-FM Minneapolis
10/20/71 Marshall Fine, "Grateful Dead Broadcasts Its Power," Minneapolis Star - review of 10/19/71
10/22/71 Lynn Van Matre, "The Return of the Dead," Chicago Tribune; 10/23/71 Al Rudis, "The Dead Stage a Revival," Chicago Sun-Times - reviews of 10/21/71
11/23/71 Bill Pique "Grateful Dead," UCLA Daily Bruin - review of 11/20/71 (also includes letter to the editor in 12/1/71 Daily Bruin)
11/25/71 Kathy Lemmon, "2000 Crowd Pauley Pavilion To Hear Dead, Purple Sage," Santa Ana Register - review of 11/20/71 
12/2/71 Michael Nicholson, "Grateful Dead at Music Hall," Boston Globe - review of 12/1/71 (also includes Nathan Cobb, "Grateful Dead Concert Better on Live Radio," 12/12/71 Boston Globe)
12/4/71 TE, "Grateful Dead/New Riders," Cash Box - review of 11/20/71 (also includes 12/4/71 Shelly Heber, "Grateful Dead/New Riders," Billboard; 11/23/71 "Grateful Dead Concert," LA Times)
12/5/71 Felt Forum, NYC radio broadcast - includes 12/15/71 Kirb, "Grateful Dead/New Riders," Variety; 12/71 "Grateful Dead Live on WNEW," Record World; 12/10/71 Anne Mendlowitz, "Dead Make It Home," CCNY Observation Post; 12/17/71 Jon Clemens, "Grateful Dead Grateful for Sell-Out Crowds," Commonwealth Reporter; 12/21/71 Alfred Aronowitz, "Closed Circuit Concerts," NY Post; 12/18/71 Mark Arnold, "When the Dead Were Live," NY Daily News; 1/10/72 "Live Music Revival Wins Radio Fans," Broadcasting magazine 
12/71 "Grateful Dead Surprises Party Guests," Ladue HS Panorama - on 12/12/71

1971 More Live Album Reviews - 9/29/71 "Queentown Lowdown," Buffalo Spectrum (excerpt); 10/15/71 Lanky Lirstrot, "Grateful Dead," Buffalo Spectrum; 10/17/71 Lynn van Matre, "Seeking Out the Cult of the Grateful Dead," Chicago Tribune; 10/17/71 Al Rudis, "The Live Excitement of the Grateful Dead," Chicago Sun-Times; 10/27/71 Hank Neuberger, "Band's Cahoots Great But Dead Album A Letdown," Daily Northwestern; 11/5/71 "Live Dead," Buffalo Griffin; Geoff Kelly, "Grateful Dead Get Better and Better," Pasadena Star News (n/d)

1972 Promotional Bio - excerpt
March 1972 Dead Head Newsletter - excerpt
1972 Dead Head Newsletters - March to December excerpts
1/72 Lynn van Matre, "The Grateful Dead Haven't Changed Much," The Now Sound - short Oct '71 interview (JGMF)
1/2/72 Jay Shore, "For the Record," Santa Cruz Sentinel - album review
1/14/72 Allan Stephanson, "Not So Much a Concert, More a Way of Life," SF Good Times - on 12/31/71 
2/5/72 Roy Carr, "Jerry Garcia: A Rare Interview," New Musical Express
3/3/72 "Ex-Grateful Dead Aide Gets 6 Months," San Rafael Independent-Journal - on Lenny Hart's sentence (also includes 1/7/72 "Rock Group Agent Must Pay $55,000," Camden Courier-Post; 4/20/72 "Pastor Says Hart Not a Minister" & 2/4/75 "Leonard Hart" obituary, San Rafael Independent-Journal)
3/19/72 Jon Clemens, "Jerry Garcia, Solo, Getting It On," Salina Journal - Garcia album review
3/23/72 Don Heckman, "Grateful Dead In Concert Retain Their Magic Glow," NY Times - review of 3/21/72
3/24/72 Robert Christgau, "They're Grateful for the Dead," Newsday - review of 3/21/72
3/30/72 Ernest Leogrande, "Winging Through the Night," NY Daily News - review of 3/25/72
March 1972 letter to media & tour itinerary 
4/1/72 Martin Hayman, "Garcia: Master of the Dead," Sounds - Garcia interview 
4/2/72 Lilian Roxon, "The Way It Used To Be," NY Sunday News 
4/6/72 Patrick Carr, "Why Is That Hairy Man Grinning?", Village Voice - Academy of Music run (also includes 3/30/72 Ann Aboto, "The Grateful Hell's Angels," Village Voice) 
4/8/72 Robin Denselow, "The Grateful Dead in Wembley," Guardian - review of 4/7/72 (also includes excerpt from 4/22/72 Duncan Fallowell, "Out of Hibernation," Spectator) 
4/12/72 R.T., "So Difficult to be Grateful for This," Shields Gazette - review of 4/11/72 (also includes 4/12/72 Harry Cohen, "Grateful for the Best," Northern Standard & excerpt from 4/19/72 "In Tune," Dumfries Standard)
4/15/72 Danny Holloway, "The Dead Come Alive," New Musical Express - Weir interview
4/15/72 Chris Welch, "Dead Men's Grip," Melody Maker - review of 4/7/72 (also includes Rosalind Russell review from Disc & Steve Peacock review from Sounds, dates/titles unknown) 
5/13/72 Roy Hollingworth/Andrew Mean/Chris Welch, "The Day the Music Drowned," Melody Maker (excerpt) - review of 5/7/72 (also includes a Garcia interview, "The Great Western Rip Off" article from June '72 Mother Grumble, and other pieces)
5/17/72 Patrick Carr, "One Full Week Running With: Grateful Dead," Toronto Grapevine - review of March '72 Academy run (edited version of 4/6/72 Village Voice article) 
8/30/72 Clay Eals, "Dairy Brings Dead For Memorable Day," Oregon Daily Emerald - review of 8/27/72 (also includes 8/28/72 "Oregon Highway Jammed After Rock Festival," Capitol Journal & 8/28/72 Don Mack, "Rock Concert Traffic Jams Highway 126," Eugene Register-Guard)
August 1972 "Grateful Dead in Europa," Pop magazine - Garcia interview
September 1972 Andy McKale, "Bob 'Ace' Weir: Inside Straight on the Dead's Full House," Crawdaddy - Weir interview
9/28/72 Ralph Gleason, "Full Circle With the Dead," Rolling Stone - review of August Berkeley run
9/24/72 Gordon Chaplin, "Grateful Dead: Whistling Through The Fog," Baltimore Sun - review of 9/17/72 (also includes Angie Thornton review)
9/24/72 Michael London, "Rock Fans Jam Theater To Cheer Grateful Dead," Waterbury Sunday Republican - review of 9/23/72
9/72 William Mandel, "Dead Return for 5 Hours," Philadelphia Bulletin - review of 9/21/72 (also includes reviews by Ralph Bobb & Jonathan Takiff)
9/28/72 Patrick Carr, "By the Chicken Wire, Dylan Stalks the Dead," Village Voice - 9/19/72 Dylan sighting
9/29/72 Bruce Rosenstein, "...And Roll," The Eagle - review of 9/17/72
10/6/72 Rob Pritchard, "Grateful Dead Resurrect Country, Blues, Jazz," U of VA Cavalier Daily 
10/6/72 Gary Lipkin, "Reflections on Saturday's Concert," American Eagle - on 9/30/72
10/11/72 John Wasserman, "Another Big Dead Marathon," SF Chronicle - review of 10/9/72
10/12/72 Kathie Staska/George Mangrum, "Jerry Garcia Discusses Grateful Dead, Albums," Hayward Daily Review - Garcia interview
10/20/72 Bob Gillespy, "15,000 To Hear Grateful Dead," Vanderbilt Hustler - 10/21/72 announcement
10/26/72 Jim Girard, "Grateful Dead!!!", The Scene - 10/28/72 announcement
4/4/73 Harper Barnes, "Pigpen: Gratitude for the Dead," Boston Real Paper - on Pigpen, 2/2/70
4/26/73 Lenny Kaye, "Grateful Dead, Nassau Coliseum," Rolling Stone - review of 3/19/73
4/26/73 John Grissim, "Garcia Returns to Banjo," Rolling Stone - Old & In The Way
4/27/73 Ken Davis, "The Dead - Gratefully Alive," MIT Tech - review of 4/2/73
May 1973 "State of the Changes," Dead Heads newsletter
May 1973 Jerry Garcia, "Pro's Reply," Guitar Player
July 1973 Jim Aikin, "Grateful Dead: Wired For Sound," Guitar Player - technical gear info
7/19/73 Gordon Fletcher, "Grateful Dead, Allman Bros Take to the Great Outdoors," Rolling Stone - review of 6/10/73
8/5/73 Art Buchwald, "From Grateful Living to the Grateful Dead," LA Times (originally printed in the Washington Post) 
8/30/73 Joel Siegel, "Watkins Glen Jam Tops Woodstock," Rolling Stone - review of 7/28/73
9/27/73 Charles Perry, "Alembic: Sound Wizards to the Grateful Dead," Rolling Stone
Sept/Oct 1973 Wake of the Flood promo letters & Deadhead communications
October 1973 Cameron Crowe, "Grateful Dead Flee Big Business," Circus
10/11/73 Charley Rosen, "Mr. Tapes of Brooklyn: He Rules the Grateful Dead Tape Empire," Rolling Stone - profile of Les Kippel
10/12/73 John Wasserman, "Expansion of the Grateful Dead," SF Chronicle
11/1/73 Northwestern University, Evanston - multiple articles from the Daily Northwestern, including: 9/25/73 "Dead Concert Ailing;" 9/26/73 Pat Broughton, "Amazingrace To Try For Dead Concert;" 9/28/73 "Grateful For Dead;" 10/1/73 Pat Broughton, "Dead Get Go-Ahead - Almost;" 10/2/73 Pat Broughton, "Dean Miller Negative on Thursday Concert;" 10/4/73 Pat Broughton, "The Dead - Thursday Date Off" & Steve Sonsky, "Forum Disagrees;" 10/5/73 Pat Broughton, "Dead Concert Approved;" 10/8/73 "Administration Gives Final Okay For Dead;" 10/16/73 Pat Broughton, "Dead Playing Time Final Concert Hitch;" 10/17/73 "Littrell Approves Concert Security;" 10/17/73 "Dead Poster Contest Begins" (excerpt); 10/18/73 Steve Sonsky, "Forum Elects Koegel, Backs Dead Concert" (excerpt); 10/18/73 Pat Broughton, "Carleton To Give Yes Or No Today On Dead Concert;" 10/18/73 "Music Seminar at Grace;" 10/19/73 Steve Sonsky, "Today Is It For Dead;" 10/22/73 Pat Broughton, "Dead Ahead: Tickets Selling At Rapid Pace;" 10/23/73 "Going Fast - Get Dead Tickets Now;" 10/30/73 Pat Broughton, "Extra Dead Tickets Available At Norris;" 10/31/73 Steven Reddicliffe, "Turbulence and Drugs Mark Dead's Life;" 10/31/73 "Grace Sets Stage For Freaks' Gala;" 10/31/73 John Noble, "Dead, Crowd To Have 100 Bodyguards;" 11/1/73 "Today Is Dead Day," 11/2/73 "Waiting For Dead In Cold;" 11/5/73 Pat Broughton, "Dead Rocks McGaw For Four Hours;" 11/7/73 Steven Reddicliffe, "Dead & Gone: A Post Mortem"
10/31/74 Geoffrey Stokes, "Death of the Dead?", Village Voice
11/12/74 Richard Vaughn, "Bits and Pieces of the Grateful Dead," Drummer/Daily Planet
11/13/74 Peter Gelzinis, "Jerry Garcia of Dead Very Much Alive," Boston Herald-American - review of Garcia/Saunders 11/12/74
11/14/74 William Howard, "Jerry Garcia Plays Mall," Boston Globe - review of Garcia/Saunders 11/12/74
11/19/74 Peter Herbst, "Message From Garcia: Nothing Exceeds Like Success," Boston Phoenix - Garcia interview
Late 1974 Wall of Sound article, from newsletter
Late 1974 Robert Hunter farewell note, from newsletter

January 1975 "Robert Hunter: Dark Star," Crawdaddy - excerpt from Hunter letter
February 1975 Deadhead Newsletter
3/9/75 Ralph Gleason, "Great Bluegrass With Garcia," SF Sunday Examiner/Chronicle - OAITW album review (also includes Owsley letter)
4/12/75 Eliot Sekuler, "Grateful Dead & Round: Innovative Independence," Record World - Ron Rakow interview
May 1975 Peter Simon, "Making Musical Miracles: An Interview with Jerry Garcia," New Age Journal - also includes full audio transcript 
July 1975 Blues for Allah promo letter
10/18/75 Mike Harris, "The Starship & the Dead: A Flash from the Past," Record World - review of 9/28/75  
11/6/75 John Grissim, "Dead After A Decade: Allah Means Business," Rolling Stone

January 1976 Deadhead Newsletter - excerpt
May 1976 Diga Rhythm Band promotional bio - excerpt on 9/20/68 show

1981 John Platt, "Mickey Hart: Rhythm Devil," Comstock Lode #9 - Hart interview (also includes excerpts from Ken Hunt, "Mickey Hart: Thunder Rolling," Swing 51 #13) 


  1. LIA --

    After reading several of the older newspaper articles, I thought about the general tone they had and how it even the tone of criticism back then seemed quite different.

    Having enjoyed all those clips of cops gunning down unarmed people as much as the next guy, I found the newspaper clip that was included in the most recent Dave's Picks (3/28/73) to be somewhat heartening.

    "Police did not report any serious problems with the fans and were philosophic about a group of 30 teenagers who tried to pull down a door facing Dwight Street. 'They backed a car up on the sidewalk and tied a chain around the fender to the door and tried to pull it down. They managed to break the lock. We got there before any of them could get in and chained the door shut. 'You know how kids are," one patrolman said."

    Quite refreshing. These days they probably would have immediately shot the lot of them.

    Anyway, I'm having a great time reading all these old articles and, being a semi-old fart, kind of shaking my head because the tone of the articles reminds me of how different things used to seem. Nothing was bad or dangerous . . . .

    Even the outraged ones have a totally different tone. To kind of paraphrase my impression from a couple I just read "Well, I'm darned if we are going to put up with that amount of litter again. If you want to behave like slobs, no more rock concerts for you . . . ."

    1. Oh, I don't know. Head-bashing & arrests are definitely underrepresented in the articles I've posted so far, but these were middle-class concerts, not ghetto riots. There have been some cultural changes - the number of gatecrashers & bomb threats in the early '70s (and the passive response to them) is bewildering to read about today - and perhaps society was more open then; but the country was certainly no more peaceful then than it is now. Police could be more benign in some areas & settings, but it's hard to generalize. Repression takes different forms, and police presence at Dead shows should be measured not by the number of people injured, but by the number of people who had to serve time afterwards.

      For a good look at cop/audience relations in the early '70s, check the banter after Bertha in the 11/11/71 show: