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)  
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; 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
7/15/66 Ralph Gleason, "New Front Opened By the Artists," SF Chronicle
August 1966 - August 1967 Mojo Navigator R&R News - excerpts
8/30-9/7/66 Grateful Dead Interview, Mojo Navigator R&R News  
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 
10/5/66 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 
10/19/66 John Morgan, "Rock Is Acid At Party Given by the Grateful Dead," Redding Record-Searchlight
10/28/66 Miles Ottenheimer, "Still Hot, But Ski Nuts Out," SF Chronicle (excerpt) - review of 10/26/66 
11/66 Gene Sculatti, "San Francisco Bay Rock," Crawdaddy #6 (excerpt)
11/66 KFRC Radio Interview
11/2/66 Ralph Gleason, "The Acid Test That Never Was," SF Chronicle - review of 10/31/66
11/20/66 Ralph Gleason, "Interaction of Jazz and Rock," SF Chronicle
12/66 Ralph Gleason column on Thanksgiving Fillmore party, SF Chronicle (excerpt)
12/9/66 Ralph Gleason, "Big Weekend for the Blues," SF Chronicle (excerpt)
12/19/66 "The Nitty Gritty Sound," Newsweek - includes Hendrik Hertzberg, "The San Francisco Sound" (10/28/66, excerpt)
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; 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; and 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
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)
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
7/17/67 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
8/67 Mike Daly, "Monterey: A Splendid Time For All," Mojo Navigator R&R News - Monterey review (incomplete) 
8/1/67 Volemar Richter, "Kids Dance in the O'Keefe's Aisles," Toronto Star - review of 7/31/67
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
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) 
9/18/67 Pete Johnson, "SF Rock Groups in Bowl Show," LA Times - review of 9/15/67; includes 9/8/67, "Jefferson Happening Set To Go," Valley News
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," U of 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, "Quick & 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 - review 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
3/14/68 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)
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 5/68 Ralph Gleason, "Like a Rolling Stone," Jazz & Pop; 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)
5/23/68 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)
6/21/68 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 (also includes excerpt from Ralph Gleason, "Like a Rolling Stone," Jazz & Pop 5/68)
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
11/26/68 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
12/19/68 Geoffrey Link, "Jazz and Pop Announce Engagement," Baltimore Sun 
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

1/7/69 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
1/27/69 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
3/3/69 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)
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 
5/13/69 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
6/26/69 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 review from Billboard 6/7/69)
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
8/23/69 Michael Lydon, "The Grateful Dead," Rolling Stone
8/28/69 Burl Barer/Roger Downey, "A Few Words With the Grateful Dead," Helix - interview
8/31/69 Fred Glazer, "Hip Scenes," Santa Fe New Mexican - Aoxomoxoa review
9/69 Gene Sculatti, "What's Become of the Grateful Dead?", Jazz & Pop - band history
9/30/69 Robb Baker, "Dylan in NY? Well, Why Not," Chicago Tribune - review of 9/26/69 
10/69 Brian Pecy, "Grateful Dead," Mass Media - review of 10/4/69
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)
10/11/69 "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 
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
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; 3/4/70 Mike Baron, "The Critic," Madison Kaleidoscope; 4/20/70 Rob Klein, "Records," Northwest Passage

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  
2/18/70 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)
2/23/70 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. 
3/20/70 Bob Lardine, "The Grateful Dead - No Conformists There," Rockland County Journal-News - Weir interview
??/70 Harry Jackson, "Dead," Zygote - review of 3/21/70, Mickey Hart interview
??/70 Rosa Schwartz, "Capitol Theater," Zygote - review of 3/21/70; also includes press trip flyer
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
4/15/70 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
5/5-12/70 excerpts from various articles, MIT Tech - on 5/6/70 & the university strike
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 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
7/23/70 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
9/12/70 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) 
10/12/70 Joseph Fernbacher, "Round Things Are...Boring," Spectrum - Workingman's Dead review
10/19/70 Scott Bartell, "Grateful Dead Plays at Guthrie," Minneapolis Tribune - review of 10/18/70
10/19/70 Jim Gillespie, "Grateful Dead Live Up To Their Reputation," Minneapolis Star - review of 10/18/70 
10/20/70 Bill Lavorgna, "Dead Aftermath," Paterson State Beacon - review of 10/11/70
10/22/70 Gary Thornbloom, "If You Would Just Take The Time To" column, Nittany Cub - review of 10/17/70
10/26/70 "The Dead Trace It Back," Miami News - review of Vintage Dead
10/27/70 Larry Rohter, "Grateful Dead Shake McDonough," unknown paper - 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
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)
10/30/70 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
11/16/70 "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 
11/28/70 Underground News TV Interview
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 Wayne Crawford, "Grateful Dead Give Life To Rock," Chicago Daily News - review of 11/27/70
12/6/70 Ralph Gleason, "San Francisco Rock!" Portland Oregonian - 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
12/24/70 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
??/70 Chip Crossland, "Hell's Angels Presents the Grateful Dead," East Village Other - review of 11/23/70


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
1970-71 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

??/71 Michael Goodwin, "Jerry Garcia at 700 MPH," Flash - Garcia interview
??/71, Marlise James, "The Grateful Dead," Charlie - band interview
1/7/71 William Becket, "Come Hear Uncle John's Band," Harvard Crimson - review of 11/21/70
1/11/71 Philip Elwood, "Dead Leader Who Is Very Much Alive," SF Examiner 
1/11/71 "American Beauty," Rock - album review 
1/12/71 Marshall Fine, "Superb Is Word For New Rock Album," Minneapolis Star - album review
1/12/71 Harry Eagar, "Recalling Grateful Dead," Norfolk Ledger Star - on Vintage Dead
1/12/71 CH Simonds, "Playing It Straight," National Review - review of 7/70 Fillmore East
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")
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
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
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
3/11/71 Mike Baron, "Woodstock Spirit Haunts Dead," Bugle-American - review of 3/14/71
3/12/71 Jimi Weiner, "Dead Signs Sub Contract; Promises Three-Hour Show," F&M College Reporter
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
3/23/71 Leona Durham, "The Dead Concert," Daily Iowan - review of 3/20/71
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
4/1/71 "Rock Thumped in Westchester Co," Rolling Stone
4/13/71 Jimi Weiner, "Dead, Riders Do Great Show," F&M College Reporter - review of 4/10/71 
4/15/71 Howard Stein Apology
4/17/71 "Purple Lights," New Yorker - review of 4/6/71
4/19/71 Al Aronowitz, "Grateful, Grateful Dead," New York Post - review of 4/6/71
4/29/71 Mike Jahn, "Grateful Dead Draws Far-Out Fans," NY Times - review of 4/26/71
5/13/71? John Darcy, "Grateful Dead Alive With New Workingman's Album," Carson City Appeal - album review
6/71 Frank Fedele, "Fuck No, We're Just Musicians," Organ - Garcia interview
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
6/10/71 "Our Minds Were Young & Blown," Rolling Stone
??/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
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
8/9/71 Beth, "Grateful Dead Dance," Variety - review of 8/5/71
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
9/5/71 Basho Katzenjammer, "Grateful Dead Pig Backlash," East Village Other - 8/26/71 bootleg battle
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)
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
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)
10/28/71 Ben Fong-Torres, "Not-So-Good Old Dead Records," Rolling Stone - on Vintage/Historic Dead albums
10/28/71 John Wisniewski, "6500 Rock to Dead Sounds," Syracuse Post-Standard - review of 10/27/71; also includes accompanying article by Peter Volmes, "16 Arrested at Drug Concert"
11/71 Jon Tiven, "Grateful Dead," Phonograph Record - album review
11/11/71 Lenny Kaye, "Grateful Dead," Rolling Stone - album review
11/11/71 Gary von Tersch, "Hooteroll," Rolling Stone - album review
11/11/71 Paul Grushkin & Kate Rosenbloom, "Live Dead at the Harding," Stanford Daily - review of 11/7/71
11/18/71 Roger Smith, "Grateful Dead," Harvard Crimson - album review
11/18/71 Bob Lynn, "Consumer's Guide to the Grateful Dead," UCLA Daily Bruin - album reviews
11/18/71 Michael, "Historic Dead," International Times - album review
11/19/71 Charles Andrews, "Country Rockers Hit City; Play Long, Please Many," Lobo - review of 11/17/71; also includes followup Andrews article from 11/23/71 Lobo
11/22/71 Joe Roman, "Music," Great Speckled Bird - review of 11/11/71
11/25/71 Kathy Lemmon, "2000 Crowd Pauley Pavilion To Hear Dead, Purple Sage," Santa Ana Register - review of 11/20/71
12/4/71 TE, "Grateful Dead/New Riders," Cash Box - review of 11/20/71
12/15/71 Jim Krauss, "Living the Dead," Harvard Crimson - review of 12/1/71; comments include followup letter to editor by Robert Rosenberg 1/24/72
12/16/71 Patrick Carr, "Riffs," Village Voice - review of 12/7/71
12/16/71 Robert Christgau, "Weird Scenes After the Gold Rush," aka "Dead Heads Pay Their Dues," Village Voice - Felt Forum scene
12/25/71 MP, "Grateful Dead/New Riders," Cash Box

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)
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
April 1972 "Deadlines with Pigpen and Bob Weir," unknown paper - interview
4/1/72 Roy Carr, "The Dead," New Musical Express - 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)
4/15/72 Danny Holloway, "The Dead Come Alive," New Musical Express - Weir interview
4/20/72 Mick Farren, "The Grateful Dead: Empire Pool, Wembley," International Times - review of 4/7/72
May 1972 "Jerry Garcia Interview," Mother Grumble
May 1972 London program book - excerpt; Sam Cutler interview
5/5/72 CSR, "Hausmusik," unknown paper - review of 4/26/72
5/5/72 Werner Burkhardt, "Selig Sind Diese Toten," Muenchner Feuilleton - review of 4/29/72
5/5/72 Franz Schoeler, "Ein Guru und Ein Neuer Sound," Die Zeit - review of 4/29/72
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)
5/27/72 Keith Altham, "Dead Grateful," New Musical Express - Weir interview
June 1972 Steve Turner, "The Legend of the Dead," Beat Instrumental - Weir/Kreutzmann interview
June 1972 Nick Kent, "Bickershaw Festival," Frendz- also includes an excerpt from Nick Kent's 2010 autobiography "Apathy for the Devil"
June 1972 Simon Frith, "Vintage Dead, Historic Dead," Cream - album review
6/3/72 Keith Altham, untitled review?, New Musical Express - review of Lyceum show
6/20/72 Chris Hosford, "Grateful Dead: Inventive, Exciting Music," LA Herald-Examiner - review of 6/17/72
6/22/72 Jerry Hopkins, "The Beautiful Dead Hit Europe," Rolling Stone - Paris, May 3-4
7/17/72 Steve Peacock, "Jerry Garcia in London," Rock - Garcia interview
7/30/72 Robert Christgau, "The Dead Make It Real In Jersey City," Newsday - review of 7/18/72
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
12/7/72 "Random Notes," Rolling Stone - Garcia comments

1/4/73 Tom Dupree, "Europe '72," Rolling Stone - album review
February 1973 Mick Gold, "Europe '72," Let It Rock - album review
Febraury 1973 Robot Hull, "Europe '72," Creem - album review
3/1/73 David Proctor, "Rock Show Rolls 'Em Into Aisles," Salt Lake Tribune - review of 2/28/73
3/15/73 Bourne, "Europe '72," Down Beat - album review
3/27/73 Tom Zito, "The Grateful Dead Gone Astray," Washington Post - review of 3/26/73
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
10/12/73 John Wasserman, "Expansion of the Grateful Dead," SF Chronicle
11/73 Robert Kemnitz, "Dead Eye Basketball Title" (unknown paper) - review of 11/17/73
11/22/73 Charles Perry, "A New Life for the Dead," Rolling Stone
December 1973 Andy Childs, "History of the Grateful Dead," ZigZag (excerpt)
1973 Hank Harrison, The Dead Book (excerpt) - 1971 Lesh interview
1973 Jacob Flake, "Tales of Hippy Glory," Public Notice - memories of Thee Experience, 1969

January 1974 Cameron Crowe, "Grateful Dead Show Off New Bodies," Creem
May 1974 letter to Deadheads & Music Retailer article on Bank of Boston
5/16/74 Steve Shirley, "Grateful Dead Are On New Musical Paths," Missoulian - review of 5/14/74
8/1/74 Phil Sherwood, "Dead Raise the Sound," Rolling Stone - review of 6/8/74
10/5/74 "Grateful Dead Star in Unreleased Film," Stanford Daily
10/11/74 George Powell, "Mem Aud Crowd Trips On Dead Film," Stanford Daily - Sunshine Daydream 
10/15/74 Mitchell Lazar, "Ugly Rumors from the Dead," MIT Tech - Mars Hotel review
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

3/29/95 Paul Gerald, "The Night the Dead Played Memphis," Memphis Flyer - review of 6/19/70
1998-1999 Steve Seachrist, "A Few Words With Bear" - Owsley emails

Deadheadism in the 1800s