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       The Compleat Grateful Dead Discography  (The Twelfth Revision)
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       By Ihor W. Slabicky

Copyright (C) 1993, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, and 2001 by Ihor W. Slabicky.  All
rights reserved.  The contents herein may only be used for non-commercial
purposes.  The contents herein may not be stored or reproduced on any media.
If you have any questions regarding use of this work, please contact the
author at: Ihor Slabicky

Here is an attempt to summarize the Grateful Dead's appearances on recordings,
film, and paper.  It is by no means complete.  In here you will find some
388 albums, 113 singles, 146 movies/TV shows/videos/ads, 104 books, and 22 song
books where the band or members of the band appear.  If you should know of any
more, please let me know and I will post an updated list later.  Thanks!  :-)

       Ihor Slabicky - Saint Valentine's Day, 1993

27 june 2001 1848

Jerry Garcia, in an 1981 interview with Geraldo Rivera, said:
"Our audience is like people who like licorice.  Not everybody likes
licorice, but the people who like licorice really like licorice."


       Albums
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Do You Wanna Dance? - Bobby Freeman (Jubilee 1086)  A guitarist named Jerry
Garcia plays on this album, released in 1958.  Re-released in October 22, 1991
on CD as Collectables COL-5417.

Mother McCree's Uptown Jug Champions - Mother McCree's Uptown Jug Champions
(Grateful Dead GDCD 4064)  The pre-Warlocks jug band recorded live in July,
1964 at the Top Of The Tangent in Palo Alto, CA.  The band includes Jerry
Garcia, Bob Weir, and Pigpen.  Released on CD in March, 1999.  For detailed
info, check:  http://www.geckographics.com/GeckoGraphics/mccrees.html

The Emergency Crew - The Emergency Crew (Autumn  )  The Warlocks recorded this
on November 3, 1965 as a demo record at Golden State Studios in San Francisco
for DJs Tom Donahue's and Bobby Mitchell's Autumn label.  Mother's was a club
run by the two DJ's.  It includes:  "Can't Come Down" (Jerry Garcia on
vocals); "The Mindbender" (also known as "Confusion's Prince") (Phil Lesh on
vocals); "The Only Time Is Now" (Phil Lesh on vocals); "Caution (Do Not Stop
On Tracks)" (Pigpen on harmonica and vocals); "I Know You Rider" (Jerry Garcia
on vocals); and Gordon Lightfoot's "Early Morning Rain" (Phil Lesh on vocals).

The Acid Test:  A Sound City Production - Ken Kesey and others ( )  From the
front cover:  "Shortly before he disappeared into limbo, or even Mexico
Novelist Ken Kesey and his "trips" buddies recorded an album at Sound City
Recorders on Sixth ST. What makes this an item possible, is that Ken et al
were high on LSD at the time, and kept getting higher as the recording
progressed. The album is titled "the Acid Test" -Kesey's idea-and will be
priced at $5.95. In fact, the only thing ordinary about this record is that
the wole's in the middle..." (Herb Caen).  The recording was made at the San
Francisco State College "Acid Test" of October 1 to 2, 1966.  It includes the
Grateful Dead playing in background as Ken Kesey and other talk about various
things.  The tracks are:  (side one) Ken Kesey interviewed by Frank Frey; Ken
Babbs and Harmonica; Take Two - Ken Kesey; Bull; Peggy The Pistol; (side two)
One Way Ticket (a classic!); Bells & Fairies; Levitation; Trip "X"; The End.
Printed on the label is:  "The Acid Test - a sound city production - as
photographed and shown in "Look" magazine -  Recorded from 14 hours of the
actual Trip."   On the cover is a small photo of Jerry Garcia, playing guitar
in studio,  while Ken Kesey is on the microphone.  The album had only a black
and white cover pasted on the front, and no back cover.

The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test - var. (United Fan Club Society, Goteborg,
Sweden, Stellar Music Special, Series 1, Show 1, SMS001-1)  A record (in all
likelihood a bootleg) from the San Francisco State College "Acid Test" of
October 1 and 2, 1966.  It is mostly Ken Babbs (?) talking in the college
radio station's studio, interspersed with a few seconds of what could be
Garcia on guitar, as well as parts of the Garcia, Kesey, et al interviews on
NBC's "Tomorrow" show of May 7, 1981.  Released in March, 1988.

The Grateful Dead - Grateful Dead (Warner Bros. W 1689)  Their first LP.  This
was released in mono.  The original releases are on the gold Warner Brothers
label.  Released on March 17, 1967.  The cryptic lettering above the words
"Grateful Dead" reads:  "In the land of the dark, the ship of the sun is driven
by the Grateful Dead".  Most of the tracks were recorded in a span of five days
(Monday night through Friday night, mixed on Saturday afternoon) at RCA
Studio A in Hollywood, CA, and produced by Dave Hassinger, a Warner Brothers
staff production engineer.  "The Golden Road (To Unlimited Devotion)" was
recorded later at Coast Recorders, at 960 Bush Street in San Francisco.  This
tune had about 60 takes; the album version includes an overdub of Bill
Kreutzmann drumming on the strings of Garcia's guitar while Garcia is
fingering the chords.  "The Golden Road" was the working title for this album,
but was changed.  The founders of the Grateful Dead's Fan Club, "The Golden
Road To Unlimited Devotion", were Sue Swanson, Connie Furtado, and Bob
Matthews.  Matthews later engineered and produced a number of the band's live
and studio releases.  The Fan Club sold posters, buttons, and Pigpen t-shirts
for $2.50.  "Alice D. Millionaire" (about Augustus Stanley Owsley) and
"Tastebud", a blues number featuring Pigpen on vocals, were probably recorded
for the album but were not released.  "McGannahan Skjellyfetti" was the
pseudonym used by the band as the author's name for the group compositions
("The Golden Road (To Unlimited Devotion)" and "Cream Puff War").  "McGannahan
Skjellyfetti" was based on a character, "Skujellifeddy McGranehan", the
protagonist's 'literary agent', in Kenneth Patchen's "Memoirs Of A Shy
Pornographer", published in 1945:  "May I call you Skujellifeddy?  Mr.
McGranehan's sort of awkward."  According to Garcia, "Good Morning, Little
Schoolgirl" came from the public domain.  "Cold Rain And Snow" comes from a
fragment that Garcia learned from banjo player Obray Ramsey.  "Viola Lee
Blues" is adapted from the Noah Lewis version; the Jim Kweskin Jug Band had
released a version that is closer to the Noah Lewis version.  "Viola Lee
Blues" is an "11 1/2 bar blues" in that the Dead's version, throughout, adds
or removes bars from the "standard" 12 bar blues form.

The Grateful Dead - Grateful Dead (Warner Bros. WS 1689)  Their first LP.
This was also released in stereo.  The original releases are on the gold
Warner Brothers label.  Released on March 17, 1967.

The Grateful Dead - Grateful Dead (Edsel ED 221 (Edsel Records, Division of
Demon Records, Brentford, Middlesex, UK))  A 1990 British release of the first
record.  On the front cover, the Warner Brothers catalog number has been
replaced by the Edsel catalog number.  The back cover artwork is slightly
larger than on the original US release, the photos are poorly reproduced, and
instead of the Fan Club info, it contains record company info.

The Grateful Dead - Grateful Dead (Warner Bros. WS 2-1689)  Released on CD in
1987.

The Grateful Dead - Grateful Dead (Rhino)  This remastered version of the
album, taken from the 12 CD box set, was released on CD in October, 2002.

Surrealistic Pillow - Jefferson Airplane (RCA LSP-3766)  Jerry Garcia is listed
on the back cover as "musical and spiritual director" and plays high electric
lead on "Today" (recorded November 2, 1966), and flat top acoustic guitar on
"Plastic Fantastic Lover", "My Best Friend", and "Comin' Back To Me".  Garcia
also rearranged "Somebody To Love".  Garcia may have played the rhythm "chocks"
on "3/5ths Of A Mile".  Most of the recording sessions for this album took
place in November, 1966.

Anthem Of The Sun - Grateful Dead (Warner Bros. WS 1749)  The original mix is
out of print.  Released on July 18, 1968.  Some of the early pressings of the
album include the phrase 'the faster we go, the rounder we get' pressed in the
vinyl around the center.  The basic music ("Alligator", "A Cryptical
Envelopment", "The Other One") for the album was taken from the Dead's
performance on St. Valentine's Day, 1968, at the Carousel Ballroom, in San
Francisco.  Phil Lesh plays the eight bar trumpet solo (based on Miles Davis'
"Sketches Of Spain") during the "...from time to time..." chorus on "Born
Cross-Eyed".  "Alligator" was written by Robert Hunter while he was working as
a portrait artist in New Mexico, in February, 1966.  Over the years, the album
been released many times, and the cover colors can range from a deep
purplish-blue to a deep bluish purple.  The songs are:  "That's It For The
Other One" (7:41) (includes "Cryptical Envelopment", "Quadlibet For Tender
Feet", "The Faster We Go, The Rounder We Get", "We Leave The Castle"), "New
Potato Caboose" (8:25), "Born Cross-Eyed" (2:06); "Alligator" (11:20),
"Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks)" (9:30).

Anthem Of The Sun - Grateful Dead (Warner Bros.  )  Released on eight-track
tape.  Program One consists of:  "That's It For The Other One", "I. Cryptical
Envelopment", "II. Quadlibet For Tenderfeet", "III. The Faster We Go, The
Rounder We Get.  Program Two consists of:  "IV. We Leave The Castle", "New
Potato Caboose", "Born Cross-Eyed", and "Alligator (Part One)".  Program Three
consists of "Alligator (Part Two)".  Program Four consists of "Caution (Do Not
Stop On Tracks).

Anthem Of The Sun - Grateful Dead (Warner Bros. WS 1749)  The album was
remixed in September, 1971, and the remix was released in late 1972/early
1973.  It has the letters RE after the master numbers pressed into the vinyl
around the label.

Anthem Of The Sun - Grateful Dead (Warner Bros. WS 1749)  The remix was also
released around 1975-77 with a white cover instead of the purple one.  It has
the letters RE after the master numbers pressed into the vinyl around the
label.  Says "remixed" on lower left of back cover.  Some cassette releases of
this album also sport the white cover.

Anthem Of The Sun - Grateful Dead ( )  A Japanese release of the original mix,
with a lyric sheet insert that only approximates the real words.  A higher
quality pressing.

Anthem Of The Sun - Grateful Dead (Warner Bros. WS 2-1749)  The remixed version
of the album was also released on CD.

Anthem Of The Sun - Grateful Dead (Warner Bros. WS 2-1749)  The original mix of
the album has been released on CD, replacing the remixed version that had been
released on CD.

The Grateful Dead / Anthem Of The Sun - Grateful Dead (Warner Brothers 66040)
A 1976 release of the first two albums as a double LP set.

Anthem Of The Sun - Grateful Dead (Rhino)  This remastered version of the
album, taken from the 12 CD box set, was released on CD in October, 2002.

Anthem Of The Sun - Grateful Dead (Purple Fridge Communications,
http://www.classicalbums.com)  a CD-ROM version of the "Anthem Of The Sun"
album, including multi-tracks of the first sixteen minutes of the album,
allowing the user to remix the album.  Planned for release in March, 2000,
but still not released as of June 27, 2001.

Aoxomoxoa - Grateful Dead (Warner Bros. WS 1790)  The original mix is out of
print.  Released on June 20, 1969, and possibly as early as May, 1969.  Peter
Grant plays pedal steel on "Doin' That Rag".  "The Eleven" was recorded for
the album, to be linked with "St. Stephen", but was not included.  "Barbed
Wire  Whipping Party", by Robert Hunter, is one of the outtakes from the
sessions for this album.  Other studio outtakes from these September, 1968 to
early 1969 sessions include "St. Stephen" with a cello and "The Eleven" with
bagpipes.  The lyrics to "St. Stephen" and "China Cat Sunflower" were written
by Robert Hunter when he was in New Mexico in February, 1966, working as a
portrait artist.  Hunter had been working on "St. Stephen" before going to New
Mexico.  The word AOXOMOXOA is a palindrome thought up by artist Rick
Griffin.  One of the working titles for the album was "Earthquake Country".
This was also the first recording ever made using sixteen-track tape, an Ampex
deck at Alembic studios.  According to Robert Hunter, "Cosmic Charlie" is not
based on Charles "Cosmic Charlie" Bosch, one of the characters on the scene in
the Haight, who was 'so cosmic'.  "Calico" is supposedly based on one of the
Hog Farmers.  The characters and themes in "St. Stephen" do not appear to be
based on any real person of the Sixties; they may all come from Hunter's deep
appreciation of English poetry and imagery.

The Anniversary Album (Warner Bros. PRO 289)  ???

The 1969 Warner/Reprise Record Show (Warner Bros. PRO 336)  This two record
sampler of Warner Brothers artists was advertised on the inner sleeve of
albums and was available for a nominal dollar amount.  On side 1, track 2 is
an abridged version of "Doin' That Rag" (2:20) from the original mix of
"Aoxomoxoa".  Released in 1969.

Aoxomoxoa - Grateful Dead (Warner Bros.        )  Released on eight track tape.

Aoxomoxoa - Grateful Dead (Warner Bros. WS 1790)  The remix was released in
Fall, 1972.  The back cover states "remixed in September, 1971".

Aoxomoxoa - Grateful Dead (Warner Bros. K46027)  A UK release of the album
from about 1989.

Aoxomoxoa - Grateful Dead (Warner Bros. 2-1790)  The remix was used for the
CD, which was released in 1987.

Aoxomoxoa - Grateful Dead (Rhino)  This remastered version of the
album, taken from the 12 CD box set, was released on CD in October, 2002.

Live/Dead - Grateful Dead (Warner Bros. 2WS 1830)  Released on November 10,
1969.  The original release had a four page song book enclosed with the
album.  "Dark Star" and "St. Stephen" are from February 27, 1969 at the
Fillmore West; "The Eleven" and "Turn On Your Lovelight" are from January 26,
1969 at the Avalon; "Death Don't Have No Mercy", "Feedback", and "We Bid You
Goodnight" are from March 2, 1969 at the Fillmore West.  According to Bear,
the tapes were recorded "on a sixteen track Ampex MM-1000 2-inch professional
recorder, with a split of the on stage mics going directly into the preamps of
the tape machine, not through any mixing desk.  This was my idea to reduce the
amount of amplifiers the signal went through before being placed on tape.  We
had special preamps made for the machine to allow enough gain.  This was
arranged by Ron Wickersham who had worked for the professional audio recorder
division of Ampex before becoming involved with the band in mid '68."  The
"Eight sided whispering..." vocals are the last eight lines from the original
version of Hunter's "China Cat Sunflower".  Mickey Hart plays guiro, scrapers,
and gongs, among other percussion instruments, on "Dark Star".  According to
Bob Matthews, "Dark Star" is one take from the Avalon Ballroom; the album was
recorded and mixed to simulate the sound presence of the Avalon Ballroom.

Live/Dead - Grateful Dead (Warner Bros. WB 7599-27181-1)  A two record album
released in Germany.  The words "The Grateful Dead" have been added to the
left side of the front cover.

Live/Dead - Grateful Dead (Warner Bros. P-5014/5W)  A Japanese pressing.  The
front cover has some Japanese writing along the inside right bottom edge.  The
four page song book is replaced by a four page lyric sheet:  page 1 contains
the song listing with a photo; page 2 contains the lyrics in Japanese; pages
3 and 4 contain the lyrics in English (including full lyrics to "Turn On Your
Lovelight".  The lyrics suffer through a translation (e.g. "St. Stephen"):
  "High green surely winds and windy
  Wings and loops around the twining
  Shots of lavender are crawling
  (more)
  To the sun
  Wonder who will water
  All the children's of the garden
  When they're sad
  About the barren lack of rain
  And troops beneath the sky
  Underfoot the ground is patched
  With climbing arms
  Of ivy wrapped around
  The mexanni of sharp and
  Shiney in the breeze
  William Tell has attacked his boat
  Bit it was back by burning moat
  And Lord it was a crying shame
  That nothing could before"

The Big Ball (Warner Bros. PRO-358)  This 1970 two-record Warner Brothers
sampler has an edited (6:30) version of "Turn On Your Lovelight" from the
"Live/Dead" album.

Live/Dead - Grateful Dead (Warner Bros. WB 1830-2)  This single CD release
includes a 16 page booklet with the lyrics, black and white photos, and
artwork.  The CD is one continuous piece, whereas the record has breaks
between sides One, Two, and Three.  Released on CD in 1988.

Live/Dead - Grateful Dead (Rhino)  This remastered version of the
album, taken from the 12 CD box set, was released on CD in October, 2002.

Volunteers - Jefferson Airplane (RCA LSP-4328)  Garcia plays pedal steel
guitar on "The Farm".  Released in November, 1969.

Deja Vu - Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young (Atlantic SD 7200)  Garcia plays pedal
steel guitar on "Teach Your Children".  Released in March, 1970.

Workingman's Dead - Grateful Dead (Warner Bros. WB 1869)  Released on June 14,
1970.  Robert Hunter appears in the drawing on the front cover of this album.
The back cover is upside down on the original releases.  Stanley Mouse took
the cover photograph and did all the graphics, including the charcoal sketches
for the back cover.  In the back cover sketch, take a close look at Garcia's
right hand.  The front cover photograph was taken near the rendering plants by
Barney's Beanery in San Francisco on a very hot, almost 100 degree, day.  The
album was recorded and mixed in a nine day period.  "Mason's Children" was
recorded for this album but never released.  "Uncle John's Band" contains a
fragment of a Bulgarian tune, music to which Garcia was listening at the
time.  The "...please, don't murder me..." lines in "Dire Wolf" were inspired
by the "Zodiac Killer", who murdered over a score of people in San Francisco
between 1968 and 1978.  The songs used for the album were rehearsed in one to
two days, the songs were then re-arranged to have a beginning of Side 1, end
of Side 1, a beginning of Side 2, and a finale, and the album was recorded in
early February, 1970.  "Truckin'" was recorded at Wally Heider Studio C.  The
sixteeen basic tracks for it were: 1. Garcia's electric guitar; 2. piano;
3. kick drum; 4. drums left; 5. drums right; 6. snare; 7. organ; 8. bass
amplifiers; 9. bass direct; 10. Weir's lead vocals; 11. Garcia's acoustic
guitar; 12. Weir's acoustic guitar; 13. Weir's electric guitar; 14. Lesh
back-up vocals; 15. Weir back-up vocals; and 16. Garcia back-up vocals.

Workingman's Dead - Grateful Dead (Warner Bros.        )  Released on 3 3/4
ips reel to reel tape.  The black and white album cover on the back of the
tape box is right side up.  The tapes were made by the Bell & Howell Magnetic
Tape Company.

Alternatives - var. (Warner Bros. WB 1873)  This Warner Brothers sampler has
"New Speedway Boogie" (4:05) from "Workingman's Dead".  Released in 1970.

Workingman's Dead - Grateful Dead (Warner Bros. WB 1869)  The back cover is
right side up on the records released since late 1987.

Workingman's Dead - Grateful Dead (Warner Bros. WB 2-1869)  The back cover is
right side up on the CD, released in 1987.

Workingman's Dead - Grateful Dead (Rhino                 )  In May, 2001,
Mickey Hart remixed this album for the DVD Audio 5.1 format.  Released on DVD
in September, 2001.

Workingman's Dead - Grateful Dead (Rhino)  This remastered version of the
album, taken from the 12 CD box set, was released on CD in October, 2002.

Woodstock - var. (Cotillion SD3-500)  Garcia says "Marijuana - Exhibit A" just
before Arlo Guthrie's "Coming In To Los Angeles".  Released in July, 1970.

Gospel Oak - Gospel Oak (Kapp KS 3635)  Matthew Kelly co-wrote "South Bleach"
(2:26) and plays on the album.  Released in 1970.

Marrying Maiden - It's A Beautiful Day (Columbia CS 1058)  Garcia plays banjo
on "Hoedown" and pedal steel on "It Comes Right Down To You".  Released in
1970.  Also released on CD (CBS 465661 2).

Marrying Maiden - It's A Beautiful Day (CBS 465661 2)  Released on CD.

Tarkio - Brewer & Shipley (Kama Sutra/Buddah KSBS 2024)  Garcia plays pedal
steel on "Oh Mommy" and probably on "One Toke Over The Line".  Released in
February, 1970.  Also released on CD.

U - Incredible String Band (Elektra EKS 7E-2002)  Tom Constanten appears as
arranger of strings on "Queen Of Love", conductor, and pianist.  Released in
1970.

Blows Against The Empire - Paul Kantner (RCA LSP 4448)  Garcia, Kreutzman, and
Hart help out.  Released in November, 1970.  Released on CD as RCA CD 3868-2-R.

Blows Against The Empire - Paul Kantner (RCA CD 3868-2-R)  Released on CD.

Vintage Dead - Grateful Dead (Sunflower/MGM SUN 5001)  1966 Avalon Ballroom
performances (possibly September 16, 1966) released in October, 1970.  The
album contains the songs "I Know You Rider" (4:25), "It Hurts Me Too" (4:17),
"It's All Over Now, Baby Blue" (4:50), "Dancing In The Street" (7:55); "In The
Midnight Hour" (18:23).  The poster, used for the cover of this album, came
from the Dead's concert at the Avalon on September 16 and 17, 1966.  The
"skull and roses" image used for the poster was originally a black and white
illustration by Edmund Sullivan which appeared in a 19th century edition of
"The Rubiyat Of Omar Khayyam".  Anton Kelly and Stanley Mouse adapted it for
the poster, adding colors and lettering.

American Beauty - Grateful Dead (Warner Bros. WS 1893)  Early releases of
this record had a "Grateful Dead" sticker on the shrink-wrap.  Released in
November, 1970.  Parts of "Friend Of The Devil" were written at Rock Scully's
house in Kentfield, CA:  Robert Hunter brought over the beginning words and
John "Marmaduke" Dawson provided the "set out running but I take my time, a
friend of the Devil is a friend of mine" line.  "Truckin'" was started by
Robert Hunter in San Francisco, and finished while touring with the Dead in
Florida.  The death of Garcia's mother was the inspiration for "Brokedown
Palace".  "Box Of Rain" was written for Phil Lesh's father, who was dying.
The "...ripples in still waters..." refrain in "Ripple" is a 17 syllable
haiku; the song was written in England.  David Grisman plays mandolin on
"Ripple" and "Friend Of The Devil".  This is the first album with Ned
Lagin.  Also recording at Wally Heider's (located at Hyde and Turk) at this
time were the Jefferson Airplane and David Crosby, recording his first solo
album.  The title of the album can be read off the front cover artwork, by
some use of imagination, as "American Reality".  "To Lay Me Down" was
rehearsed and recorded, but was not included on the album.  Frankie Weir is
the subject of "Sugar Magnolia".  Jerry Garcia plays pedal steel guitar on
"Sugar Magnolia".  The vocals on "Attics Of My Life" are double-tracked.

American Beauty - Grateful Dead (Warner Bros.        )  Released on 3 3/4 ips
reel to reel tape.  The tapes were made by the Bell & Howell Magnetic Tape
Company.

Looney Tunes And Merrie Melodies (Warner Bros. PRO 423)  On side 3, track 3 of
this sampler is "Sugar Magnolia" from "American Beauty".

American Beauty - Grateful Dead (Mobile Fidelity MFSL 1-014)  An "Original
Master Recording" (printed across the top of the cover), pressed on high
quality vinyl.  Released in 1978.

American Beauty - Grateful Dead (Warner Bros. WS 2-1893)  Some of the early
CD releases have graphics (CD+G) capability.  Released on CD in 1987.

American Beauty / Workingman's Dead - Grateful Dead (Warner Bros. WB 23706)
In the late 1980's, the "American Beauty" and "Workingman's Dead" albums were
released on one cassette.

American Beauty - Grateful Dead (Rhino                 )  In May, 2001, Mickey
Hart remixed this album for the DVD Audio 5.1 format.  This included bringing
forward, in the mix, Jerry Garcia's pedal steel playing on "Sugar Magnolia".
Released on DVD on September 28, 2001.

American Beauty - Grateful Dead (Rhino)  This remastered version of the
album, taken from the 12 CD box set, was released on CD in October, 2002.

Historic Dead - Grateful Dead (MGM/Sunflower SNF 5004)  More early Avalon
Ballroom performances, released in June, 1971.  The album contains the songs:
"Good Morning, Little Schoolgirl" (11:01), "Lindy" (2:49); "Stealin'" (3:00),
and "The Same Thing" (12:01).

Historic Dead - Grateful Dead (Polydor 2310171 SUPER (1972))  An English
release, on vinyl, containing the same tracks as the US version:  "Good
Morning, Little School Girl" (11:01), "Lindy" (2:49);  "Stealin'" (3:00),
and "The Same Thing" (12:01).

Pop History Vol. 23:  The Grateful Dead (Polydor 2679 003)  A two record
album, consisting of the "Vintage Dead" and "Historic Dead" material,
released in 1972 on the Polydor (Germany) label.  The LP's are numbered
"Polydor 2335 058" and "Polydor 2335 059", and engraved in the vinyl is
"1972".  On the front cover, "POP HISTORY VOL. 23    THE GRATEFUL DEAD"
appears in red and green on a photo with (from left to right) of Garcia,
Weir, Kreutzmann, and Lesh playing (at a 1972 concert?).  On the back
cover, "POP HISTORY VOL 23  THE GRATEFUL DEAD" is written in red and green.
The back cover also has the track listing with timings and at the bottom,
the producers Peter Abram and Robert E. Cohen.  The inside left cover has
liner notes (in German and English) by Gunter Ehnert about the early Grateful
Dead and Garcia. There is no information about the recordings.  The inside
right cover shows the front covers from 10 POP HISTORY releases (Hendrix,
Cream, Blues Project and others).  The first record contains:  "Good Morning,
Little Schoolgirl", "Lindy"; "Stealin'", "The Same Thing".  The second record
contains:  "I Know You Rider", "It Hurts Me Too", "It's All Over Now, Baby
Blue", "Dancing In The Street"; "In The Midnight Hour".

Zabriskie Point - Original Soundtrack (MGM SE 4668ST)  Contains an excerpt
from "Dark Star" (2:32) from the "Live/Dead" album, and "Love Scene" (7:04),
a solo by Jerry Garcia which was recorded on January 20, 1970, at the
soundstage, while Garcia was watching that portion of the film.

Zabriskie Point - Original Soundtrack (MCA 25032)  Reissued in 1986.

Zabriskie Point - Original Soundtrack (EMI CDP 7 94717 2)  Released on CD.

Rock Goes To The Movies - Vol. 1 - var. (Columbia Special Products AK 46806)
This CD includes "Dark Star" (2:32), excerpted from "Live/Dead", and "Love
Scene" (7:04), a solo by Garcia.  Both of these are from the "Zabriskie Point"
movie soundtrack, originally released on MGM SE 4668ST and reissued in 1986 on
MCA 25032.  Released in the Fall of 1990.

Zabriskie Point - Original Soundtrack (Sony AK 52417)  Released in 1992.

Zabriskie Point - Original Soundtrack (Rhino 72462)  This two CD release
contains an excerpt from "Dark Star" (2:32) from "Live/Dead" and "Love Scene"
(7:04), a solo by Garcia that was recorded on January 20, 1970.  The second CD
contains four alternate versions of "Love Scene Improvisations (Version 1)"
(8:00), "Love Scene Improvisations (Version 2)" (7:00), "Love Scene
Improvisations (Version 3)" (8:00), and "Love Scene Improvisations
(Version 4)" (9:00), which were also recorded on January 20, 1970, but not
used in the movie.  Released in 1997.

If I Could Only Remember My Name - David Crosby (Atlantic SD 7203)  Lesh,
Hart, Kreutzman, and Garcia appear and write on this February 22, 1971
release.  "Kids And Dogs" (7:08), featuring David Crosby on acoustic guitar,
with Jerry Garcia on acoustic guitar and overdubbed acoustic and electric
guitars, and Crosby on overdubbed and multitracked vocals, was recorded during
these sessions but never released.  A version of "Cowboy Movie" (11:07), with
David Crosby, Jerry Garcia, and Neil Young on guitars, Phil Lesh on bass, and
Michael Shrieve on drums, was recorded during the November 3, 1970 sessions.
A version of "Tampalais High (At About 3)" (9:03) with David Crosby, Jerry
Garcia, and Jorma Kaukonen on guitars, Phil Lesh on bass, and Bill Kreutzmann
on drums, was recorded during the December 12, 1970 sessions, but was never
released.  The album is 37:04 long.

If I Could Only Remember My Name - David Crosby (Atlantic SD 7203-2)  Released
on CD in 1990.

Songs For Beginners - Graham Nash (Atlantic SD 7204)  Lesh (bass), Garcia
(pedal steel and piano), and Kreutzmann (drums) play on "I Used To Be A King"
and Garcia (pedal steel) plays on "Man In The Mirror".  Released in June, 1971.

New Riders Of The Purple Sage - New Riders of the Purple Sage (Columbia C
30888)  Lesh, Garcia, and Hart take part on this record released in September,
1971.  The photo on the back cover, with everyone leaning on the banister,
was taken at Rock Scully's house in Kentfield, CA.  The tape on ceiling is
where a raccoon fell into the house.  It was at this house that Hunter brought
over the beginning words to "Friend Of The Devil" and John "Marmaduke" Dawson
provided the second phrase.

Hooteroll? - Howard Wales & Jerry Garcia (Douglas/Columbia KZ 30859)  Released
in November, 1971.  Howard Wales had also played with the group A. B. Skhy,
also know as A. B. Skhy Blues Band.

Hooteroll? - Howard Wales & Jerry Garcia (Rykodisc RALP 0052)  This 1988
reissue has a different back cover and contains "Morning In Marin" (6:59) and
"Evening In Marin" (4:09) (an alternate take of "Up From The Desert"), two
songs which are not on the original Douglas album.

Hooteroll? - Howard Wales & Jerry Garcia (Rykodisc RCD 10052)  Released on
CD.  The CD does not have "A Trip To What Next".

Cross Between - Lamb (Warner Bros. WS 1920)  Garcia plays on this 1971
release.  On the back cover, it says "Special thanks to Jerry Garcia."

Grateful Dead - Grateful Dead (Warner Bros. 2WS 1935)  Released on September
24, 1971.  Merl Saunders appears (overdubbed) on this live album.  Also known
as "Skull And Roses".  "Skullf*ck" was a working title for the album, but
Warner Brothers nixed it.  This was the band's first gold record, indicating a
million units sold.  The early releases had a "skull and roses" sticker
enclosed with the album.  "Johnny B. Goode" is from the "Sufi Benefit" show of
March 24, 1971 at Winterland; the first three notes of "Johnny B. Goode" are
the last notes of "Greatest Story Ever Told".  "Big Railroad Blues" and "Not
Fade Away" > "Going Down The Road Feeling Bad" are from April 5, 1971 at the
Manhattan Center, New York City.  "Big Boss Man", "Mama Tried", and "Wharf Rat"
are from April 26, 1971; "Bertha" and "Me And Bobby McGee" are from April 27,
1971; "The Other One" is from April 28, 1971; and "Me And My Uncle" is from
April 29, 1971 at the Fillmore East.  The "skull and roses" illustration used
for the cover of this album was originally a black and white illustration by
Edmund Sullivan which appeared in a 19th century edition of "The Rubiyat Of
Omar Khayyam".  Alton Kelly and Stanley Mouse adapted it for the Dead.  "Wharf
Rat", despite its inclusion of the four-letter F-word, has not been censored.
This album contained those famous words on the inside cover:  "Dead freaks
unite.  Who are you?  Where are you?  How are you?  Send us your name and
address and we'll keep you informed."

Grateful Dead - Grateful Dead (Warner Bros. WS 1935-2)  The CD, released in
1987, has a complete "Bertha" (it fades-in on the vinyl album).  The CD clocks
in at 70:15.

Grateful Dead - Grateful Dead (Warner Bros. 7599-27192-1)  A two record German
release of the "Skull And Roses" album.  The back cover lists the song titles
in the left corner, and has a UPC barcode.

Fillmore:  The Last Days - var. (Fillmore/Columbia Z3X 31390)  Grateful Dead
("Casey Jones" and "Johnny B. Goode" from July 2, 1971) and NRPS ("Henry" with
Jerry Garcia from July 2, 1971) on this live album of the closing concerts at
the Fillmore West.  This boxed set came with a booklet and poster.  Released
in June, 1972.

Fillmore:  The Last Days - var. (Columbia/Epic/Legacy Z2K 31390)  Released on
two CDs, with the booklet, in March, 1991.

The History Of The Grateful Dead - Grateful Dead (Pride/MGM PRD 0016)  A single
record "best of" from the "Vintage Dead" and "Historic Dead" albums.  Released
in 1973.

The History Of The Grateful Dead - Grateful Dead (Pride/MGM PRD 0016)  A
promotional release with a white, "Special Disc Jockey Record" label.

James And The Good Brothers - James and the Good Brothers (Columbia CS 30889)
This 1971 release by James Ackroyd and Brian Good and Bruce Good includes Bill
Kreutzmann, and possibly Garcia.  It was produced and engineered by Betty
Cantor and Bob Matthews.  The Good Brothers were part of the Musical Express
Tour of Canada in 1970.

Graham Nash/David Crosby - Graham Nash/David Crosby (Atlantic SD 7220)
Kreutzman, Lesh, and Garcia play on "The Wall Song".  Garcia plays pedal steel
on "Southbound Train".  Released on April 5, 1972 (May, 1972).  The version of
"The Wall Song" (4:26) that is on the album is edited down from a longer
version (8:54) (recorded on November 9, 1971) which ended in a jam featuring
Garcia, Lesh, and Kreutzmann; the jam was edited out for the album.  The album
is 35:40 long

Graham Nash/David Crosby - Graham Nash/David Crosby (Atlantic SD-7220-2)  This
album was released on CD.

Stephen Stills 2 - Stephen Stills (Atlantic 7206)  Jerry Garcia, uncredited in
liner notes, plays on "Change Partners" on this album that was released in
1971.  The album is 43:02 long.

Tarot - Touchstone (United Artists UAS 5563)  Tom Constanten plays on this
1972 release.  This record is music from the Off-Broadway play "Tarot", which
played at the Chelsea Theater in Brooklyn, New York during the Fall of 1970.
Recorded in New York in April, 1971.

Powerglide - NRPS (Columbia KC 31284)  Garcia and Kreutzman appear on this LP.

Papa John Creach - Papa John Creach (Grunt/RCA FTR 1003)  Jerry Garcia appears
on "Soul Fever" on this December, 1971 release.

Armed Forces Radio Show -   (AFRTS RL 3-2)  Side one has three tracks from
"Historic Dead"; side two has Emerson, Lake & Palmer.  Released in 1972.

Don't Drag It On - Chris Smither (Poppy Records PYS 5704)  Side two this 1972
release, Smither's his second album, includes "Friend Of The Devil", with some
modified lyrics:  "I took off for Reno, Chased by twenty hounds, Ran me all
night away, Till the morning came around."  Recorded November 30 to December
4, 1971 at Bearville Sound Studios in Woodstock, New York.

I'm A Stranger Too! / Don't Drag On It - Chris Smither (Collectables COL 5838,
Collectables Records, P.O. Box 35, Narbeth, PA 19072, 800-336-4627, http://www.
oldies.com)  This single-CD 1997 reissue consists of his first two albums.  It
includes "Friend Of The Devil".

Garcia - Jerry Garcia (Warner Bros. BS 2582)  Kreutzman and Hunter help out on
this release.  Early releases had a "Garcia" sticker on the shrink-wrap.  Some
later releases had a red/black advertising insert in the shrink-wrap to cover
up the pubic hair.  The "NGC" numbers (NGC 205, NGC 891, NGC 300, and NGC 253)
correspond to galaxies.  Released on January 20, 1972.  The album was recorded
at the Wally Heider Studios on Hyde Street, San Francisco, in Studio D
(upstairs, in the back).  Most of the basic tracks were recorded over a 21 day
period, with Kreutzmann on drums and Garcia on piano and bass, and Garcia
overdubbing them later.  "The Wheel" evolved out of a jam, and Hunter wrote the
words as the jam session was being recorded.  "Eep Hour" and "Loser" were
practiced in late 1970 with members of the "Planet Earth Rock And Roll
Orchestra".

The Whole Burbank Catalog (Warner Bros. PRO 512)  This Warner Brothers sampler
includes Garcia's "The Wheel" (4:05) on it.

Garcia - Jerry Garcia (Grateful Dead GDCD 4003)  This CD, issued in 1988, has
the song lyrics printed in the booklet.

Garcia (The Wheel) - Jerry Garcia (Grateful Dead Records GDLP 4.00656 J)
Released in the Fall of 1989 under license by Line Music GmbH of West Germany.
The spine says "Garcia (The Wheel)".  The back cover notes leave off
some of the copyright information listed on the original U.S. release.

Ace - Bob Weir (Warner Bros. BS 2627)  The band, minus Pigpen, help out.
Early releases had a sticker on the shrink-wrap.  Released in May, 1972.
"Cassidy" (rough mixed on March 10, 1972) is written about Neal Cassady
passing away and Cassidy Law being born and other dualities.  Some of the
songs were written by Bob Weir and John Perry Barlow in January, 1972, at
Barlow's cattle ranch in Wyoming.  "Black Throated Wind" and "Cassidy" were
written by John Perry Barlow and Bob Weir in February of 1972 in Cora, Wyoming
and San Anselmo, California.  "Playing In The Band" evolved from "The Main
Ten" (which appears on Mickey Hart's "Rolling Thunder" album).  "The Greatest
Story Ever Told" evolved from "The Pump Song" (which also appears on "Rolling
Thunder").

Burbank (Warner Bros. WB 529)  This sampler includes "Cassidy" from Bob Weir's
album "Ace".

Ace - Bob Weir (Grateful Dead BS 2627R)  Reissued in Fall, 1987, with a
different, black and white, photo on the back cover.

Ace - Bob Weir (GDV 4004, Grateful Dead Records, 48-50 Steele Road, London,
NW10 7AS)  This 1988 UK released record has a wider, and different shade of
blue, border, slightly reduced front cover artwork, and "Bob 'Ace' Weir of
the Grateful Dead" is printed at the top of the front cover.

Ace - Bob Weir (Grateful Dead GDCD 4004)  The CD was released in 1988 and
includes the lyrics.

Ace - Bob Weir (BMG/Arista 14004)  This 37:45 minute long album is released
on CD.

Rolling Thunder - Mickey Hart (Warner Bros. BS 2635)  Garcia, Weir, and Lesh
help out.  Early releases had a sticker on the front shrink-wrap and an
advertisement insert in the rear.  Released in May, 1972.  The song "The
Main Ten" evolved into "Playing In The Band", and "The Pump Song" evolved
into "The Greatest Story Ever Told", both of which were first released on
Bob Weir's "Ace" album.

Rolling Thunder - Mickey Hart (Relix RRLP 2026)  Reissued in 1986 with a
different back cover that the Warner Brothers release.  Relix also released
it on 'psychedelic' vinyl.

Rolling Thunder - Mickey Hart (Relix RRCD 2026)  Released on CD with the
"different" back cover that was also used on the Relix record.

Rolling Thunder - Mickey Hart (Grateful Dead GDCD 4011)  Released on CD.

Rolling Thunder - Mickey Hart (Grateful Dead GDCD 40112)  This CD release has
different colorings on the front cover artwork than the original release.

Fire On The Mountain - Mickey Hart ( )  An unreleased album made for Warner
Brothers.  It includes a "spoken" version of "Fire On The Mountain".

The Silent Flute - Mickey Hart ( )  An unreleased album made for Warner
Brothers, featuring Mickey Hart's work with prepared piano.

Display Case Vol. 7 - var. (Warner Bros. WB530)  A two record sampler of Warner
Brothers artists, including Bob Weir.

Days Of Wine & Vinyl - var. (Warner Bros. WB 540)  A two record sampler of
Warner Brothers artists, including Mickey Hart.

Heavy Turbulence - Merl Saunders (Fantasy Records, Tenth and Parker, Berkeley,
CA 94710, Fantasy 8421)  Jerry Garcia, Tom Fogerty, John Kahn, and Bill Vitt
appear with Merl Saunders on this album released in 1972.  Recorded in the
Fall, 1971.

Europe '72 - Grateful Dead (Warner Bros. 3WX 2668)  Released in November,
1972.  This three record album includes a color booklet with photos from the
tour.  The album was heavily overdubbed in the studio, and includes Merl
Saunders on organ.  The onstage equipment setup was duplicated in the studio,
to preserve the ambience, and used for the overdubs.  A number of recording
defects are present on the album.  During the third chorus of "Ramble On Rose",
as Garcia sings "...name was Ramble...", a whistling sound is heard.  On "Jack
Straw", one of the band members yells out.  (Note:  the 'original' Jack Straw,
along with Wat Tyler, led a peasant rebellion, which failed, against the
English King Richard II (circa 1381).  The term "Jack Straw" has, consequently,
been used to describe a person who has no property, influence, or worth.)
Several of the songs on this album ("He's Gone", "Jack Straw", "Brown Eyed
Women", "Ramble On Rose", "Mr. Charlie", "Tennessee Jed", etc.) had been
intended for a third studio album which was to be a follow-on of the sentiments
expressed on "Workingman's Dead" and "American Beauty";  this third studio
album was not recorded.  There was a ragtime piano player named "Crazy Otto".
"Brown Eyed Women is from April 14, 1972.

Europe '72 - Grateful Dead (Warner Bros. 2668-2)  This double CD, released in
1988, has a black and white reprint of the original color booklet.

Glastonbury Fayre - var. (Revelation REV)  This British-released album includes
"Dark Star" (24:06), taken from the April 8, 1972 performance at the Wembley
Empire Pool, in Wembley, England during the Europe '72 Tour.

Dark Star (24:06)/Don't Ease Me In (2:00) - Grateful Dead (International 202)
"Dark Star" is from the "Glastonbury Fayre" LP and "Don't Ease Me In" was
'Recorded Somewhere'.  This is a 12 inch Italian release with an orange label.

The Incomparable Leland Stanford Junior University Marching Band 1972 - Leland
Stanford Junior University Marching Band (EMBO Records, 1972)  This album,
with the decorated trombone bells on the cover, includes versions of "Uncle
John's Band" and "Truckin'", both arranged by Dr. Arthur P. Barnes.

Rowan Brothers - Rowan Brothers (Columbia KC 31297)  Jerry Garcia plays pedal
steel guitar and Bill Kreutzman plays drums on this LP.  In an ad for this
album, Jerry Garcia states that Chris and Lorin Rowan "...could be like the
Beatles.  They're that good."  Produced by Bill Wolf and David Diadem (actually
David Grisman).  Re-released in Italy as "Livin' the Life" (Appaloosa AP 011).

Livin' The Life - Chris and Lorin Rowan (Appaloosa AP 011)  Jerry Garcia plays
pedal steel guitar and Bill Kreutzman plays drums on this Italian release of
the "Rowan Brothers" (Columbia KC 31297) record.

Demon In Disguise - David Bromberg (Columbia KC 31753)  Garcia, Kreutzmann,
Lesh, and Keith Godchaux play on "Sharon" and "Demon In Disguise", which were
recorded at the Wally Heider Studio in San Francisco, probably on August 17,
1972.  Released in 1973.

Gypsy Cowboy - NRPS (Columbia KC 31930)  Donna Jean Godchaux appears on "She's
No Angel" and "Long Black Veil".  Released in 1972.

Pop History Vol. 13 -   (Polydor 2612019)  This German release from 1972 is a
Richie Havens two-LP release.

Pop History Vol. 23 -   (Polydor 2335059)  This German release from 1972
includes some Grateful Dead tracks.

Armed Forces Radio Show - var. (AFRTS 26)  Side one contains excerpts from the
"Europe '72" album; side two has Rare Earth.

Excalibur - Tom Fogerty (Fantasy 9413)  Garcia, Vitt, Kahn, and Saunders appear
on this ex-Creedence Clearwater Revival member's album, released in 1973.

Fire Up - Merl Saunders (Fantasy 9421)  Garcia and 'Kruetzman' appear on this
studio/live release from 1973.  The players on the release are:  Merl Saunders,
Jerry Garcia, John Kahn, Tom Fogerty, and Bill Vitt.  Recorded between
November, 1972 and January, 1973.  The live cut "Lonely Avenue" is from a KSAN
broadcast from Pacific High Studios with Merl Saunders, Jerry Garcia, John
Kahn, and Bill Kreutzmann.

Fire Up + - Merl Saunders (Fantasy FCD 7711)  A re-issue of the Merl Saunders
and Jerry Garcia collaboration "Heavy Turbulence" and "Fire Up" on a single CD.
The tracks from "Heavy Turbulence" are:  "My Problems Got Problems", "The Night
They Drove Old Dixie Down", "Save Mother Earth", "Imagine", "Welcome To The
Basement", and "Man-Child".  The tracks from "Fire Up" are:  "After Midnight",
"Expressway (To Your Heart)", "Soul Roach", "Benedict Rides", "The System", and
"Lonely Avenue".  Two other tracks on the "Fire Up" record, "Charisma" and
"Chock-Lite Pudding", are not included on the CD.  Released in September, 1992.

Sunfighter - Paul Kantner/Grace Slick (Grunt/RCA FTR 1002)  This December,
1971 release includes Jerry Garcia on "Million", "Holding Together", and "When
I Was A Boy, I Watched The Wolves".

Be What You Want To - Link Wray (Polydor PD 5047)  Garcia plays pedal steel on
this 1973 release by the famed rocker.

- Ron McKernan ( ) Pigpen recorded several songs for an album which never was
released.  These include "C.C. Rider" and "Bring Me My Shotgun", recorded in
1970.  In February, 1973, he recorded a Lightning Hopkins song, "She's Mine",
as well as "I Believe", "Like A Long Time", and "Michael", at his apartment in
Corte Madera, CA.  He died on March 8, 1973, at the age of 27.

History Of The Grateful Dead, Vol. 1 (Bear's Choice) - Grateful Dead (Warner
Bros. BS 2721)  Recorded February 13 and St. Valentine's Day, 1970 at the
Fillmore East.  Released on July 13, 1973.  Bob Thomas based the "marching
bear" design on a 36 point lead type printer's slug of a generic bear.

History Of The Grateful Dead, Vol. 1 (Bear's Choice) - Grateful Dead (Warner
Bros.        )  Released on eight track tape format.

History Of The Grateful Dead, Vol. 1 (Bear's Choice) - Grateful Dead (Warner
Bros. BS 2-2721)  Released on CD in 1988.

Thirty Seconds Over Winterland - Jefferson Airplane (Grunt BFL 1-0147)  The
back cover states:  "Toasters appear courtesy of the GD 'quippies, by way of
Garcia, Parrish, J.A. and Steinberg".

Baron Von Tollbooth & The Chrome Nun - Paul Kantner/Grace Slick/David Freiberg
(Grunt BFL 1-0148)  Garcia and Hart play on this May, 1973 album.  It also
includes Robert Hunter's "Harp Tree Lament".

- David Grisman ( ) Jerry Garcia played with David Grisman's group a couple
of times (1972-1974?) at the now-defunct San Francisco nightclub called The
Boarding House.  These were recorded by Bear, but never released.

Wake Of The Flood - Grateful Dead (Grateful Dead GD 01)  Released on November
15, 1973, possibly as early as October, 1973.  The recording was mastered in
October of 1973.  Some of the metal mothers have a date of October 7, 1973 on
them, and they were jacketed even earlier, on October 1, 1973.  Betty Cantor
Jackson supervised the pressing of the record, and some records were pressed
in green vinyl and in speckled (green/black) vinyl.  Early releases had a
sticker on the back shrink-wrap listing the additional artists playing on the
record.  "Weather Report Suite, Part I" was co-written by Bob Weir and Eric
Andersen when Andersen was living in Mill Valley, CA.  "Stella Blue" was
written by Hunter while the band was staying at the Chelsea Hotel in New York
City.  Before "Here Comes Sunshine"'s second chorus, one can faintly hear
several band members talking.  Doug Sahm (who died on November 18, 1999 in
Taos, NM) and his bandmates Martin Fierro and Joe Ellis also play on this
album.  Some of the recording sessions took place on August 17, 1973.

Wake Of The Flood - Grateful Dead (Grateful Dead GD 01)  This album was widely
bootlegged.  The bootleg version does not have the price on the spine (0598)
printed in color.

Wake Of The Flood - Grateful Dead (Grateful Dead GD 01)  This version has the
song titles printed on the back cover.

Wake Of The Flood - Grateful Dead (Grateful Dead K49301 (GD 01))  A UK-released
record.

Wake Of The Flood - Grateful Dead (Grateful Dead GDLP 4.006435)  A release from
West Germany (Line Music GmbH, P.O. Box 605220, D-2000, Hamburg 60, WG.)
released in 1989.  The back cover lists credits.

Wake Of The Flood - Grateful Dead (Grateful Dead GDLP 4.006435)  A release from
West Germany (Line Music GmbH, P.O. Box 605220, D-2000, Hamburg 60, WG.)  The
album was also released on white vinyl in 1989.  The back cover lists credits.

Wake Of The Flood - Grateful Dead (GDPD 4002, Grateful Dead Records, 48-50
Steele Road, London, NW10 7AS)  This UK released CD has the album cover
artwork printed on the CD.  The booklet includes in the lyrics.

Wake Of The Flood - Grateful Dead (Grateful Dead GDCD 4002)  The CD version
was released in 1988.  On some issues of the CD, Bob Weir's name is misspelled
as "Wier" in the booklet.

Watkins Glen - Kings Road (Pickwick International SPC 3355)  Contains
"Truckin'", "Uncle John's Band", and "Casey Jones".  Studio musicians try to
recreate "the Glen".  Released in the Fall, 1973.

Angel Clare - Art Garfunkel (Columbia KC 31474)  Garcia plays on only one
song:  "Down In The Willow Garden".

Slewfoot - David Rea (Columbia KC 32485)  Bob Weir, Donna Jean and Keith
Godchaux, Rock Scully, and some of the NRPS help out on this LP.  Produced
by Bob Weir.

Live At The Keystone - Saunders, Garcia, Kahn, Vitt (Fantasy F 79002)  A live
double album of 'the group' recorded on July 10 and 11, 1973.  This album was
re-released on two CDs in April, 1988:  "Live At The Keystone, Vol. I"
(FCD 7701-1) which includes "Merl's Tune" from the "Keystone Encores, Vol. I"
record; and "Live At The Keystone, Vol. II" (FCD 7701-2) (also listed as
FCD 7702-02) which includes "Mystery Train" from the "Keystone Encores,
Vol. II" record.

Live At The Keystone, Vol. I - Saunders, Garcia, Kahn, Vitt (Fantasy FCD
7701-01)  This single CD was released in April, 1988.  It includes "Merl's
Tune" from the "Keystone Encores, Vol. I" record.

Live At The Keystone, Vol. II - Saunders, Garcia, Kahn, Vitt (Fantasy FCD
7701-02)  This single CD was released in April, 1988.  It includes "Mystery
Train" from the "Keystone Encores, Vol. II" record.  This CD is also listed
as FCD 7702-02.

Keystone Encores, Vol. 1 - Saunders, Garcia, Kahn, Vitt (Fantasy MPF 4533)
The second part to the "Live At The Keystone" record, featuring 'the group'
recorded on July 10 and 11, 1973.  Released in April, 1988.  Also released
as part of the CD "Keystone Encores" (FCD 7703-2) without "Merl's Tune",
which was included on the "Live At The Keystone, Vol. I" CD.

Keystone Encores, Vol. 2 - Saunders, Garcia, Kahn, Vitt (Fantasy MPF 4534)
The third part to the "Live At The Keystone" record, featuring 'the group'
recorded on July 10 and 11, 1973.  Released in April, 1988.  Also released
as part of the CD "Keystone Encores" (FCD 7703-2) without "Mystery Train",
which was included on the "Live At The Keystone, Vol. II" CD.

Keystone Encores (Fantasy FCD 7703-2)  The CD release of "Keystone Encores,
Vol.  1" and "Keystone Encores, Vol. 2".  The CD release does not include
"Merl's Tune" (which was included on the "Live At The Keystone, Vol. I" CD)
and "Mystery Train" (which was included on the "Live At The Keystone, Vol.
II" CD).  Released in April, 1988.

Manhole - Grace Slick (Grunt BFL 1-0347)  Robert Hunter wrote the lyrics for
"It's Only Music" on this January, 1974 album.

The Adventures Of Panama Red - NRPS (Columbia KC 32450)  Donna Jean Godchaux
sings on two tracks.  It also includes a studio version of Robert Hunter's
"Kick In The Head".

Wanted Dead Or Alive - David Bromberg (Columbia KC 32717)  Kreutzmann, Lesh,
Garcia, and Keith Godchaux play on "The Holdup", "Someone Else's Blues",
"Danger Man", and "The Main Street Moan".  Released in 1974.  The studio side
(i.e. the "dead" side) was recorded on August 17, 1972 at the Wally Heider
Studio in San Francisco.

Skeletons From The Closet:  The Best Of The Grateful Dead - Grateful Dead
(Warner Bros. W 2764)  A "best of" release from January, 1974.  It includes
the edited (6:30) version of "Turn On Your Lovelight" from the "Live/Dead"
album which also appeared on the "Big Ball" Warner Brothers sampler.

Skeletons From The Closet:  The Best Of The Grateful Dead - Grateful Dead
(Warner Bros. 2-2764)  Released on CD in 1988.

Home, Home On The Road - NRPS (Columbia PC 32870)  Garcia produced this live
album.  Buddy Cage appears on the back cover wearing a Grateful Dead T-shirt.
This album includes Robert Hunter's "Kick In The Head".

Early Flight - Jefferson Airplane (Grunt CYL 1-0437)  On this "rarities" album
released in April, 1974, Garcia plays on "In The Morning" (6:24) (recorded on
November 21, 1966) and on "J.P.P. McStep B. Blues" (2:48) (recorded on
November 14, 1966), both from the "Surrealistic Pillow" recording sessions of
November, 1966.

Live From Deep In The Heart Of Texas - Commander Cody And His Lost Planet
Airmen (Paramount PAS 1017)  Andy Stein is wearing a NRPS tee-shirt in one of
the photos.

Tales Of The Great Rum Runners - Robert Hunter (Round RX 101)  Garcia, Hart,
and Keith and Donna Godchaux help out on this release.  Released June 6, 1974.

Tales Of The Great Rum Runners - Robert Hunter (GD 4013, Grateful Dead
Records, 48-50 Steele Road, London, NW10 7AS)  This is a UK released album.

Tales Of The Great Rum Runners - Robert Hunter (Rykodisk RCD 10158)
Re-released April 18, 1990 on CD, with some cleanup of the instrument
separation.

Tales Of The Great Rum Runners - Robert Hunter (Grateful Dead GDCD 4013)
Re-released on CD, with some cleanup of the instrument separation.

Garcia - Jerry Garcia (Round RX 102)  Garcia, "Merle" Saunders, and friends
appear.  Also known as "Compliments Of Garcia" because the words "Compliments
of" were printed above the album title on the early, complimentary, copies of
the album.  Released on June 21, 1974.  The original releases of the album
have an embossed cover.

Garcia (Compliments) - Jerry Garcia (Grateful Dead Records GDLP 4.006445)
Released in West Germany in the Fall of 1989.  The cover says "Garcia", but
the spine says "Garcia (Compliments)".

Compliments - Jerry Garcia (Grateful Dead Records GDCD 4009)  Re-released in
1990 on CD.  The album title was changed to "compliments" to go along with
the previously incorrect, but widely used, title.

Grateful Dead From The Mars Hotel - Grateful Dead (Grateful Dead GD 102)  This
album is also known as "Ugly Rumors" (hold the front cover upside-down in front
of a mirror to see why).  Early releases have 'AUTHENTIC' stamped vertically on
the left side of the cover to counter the record bootlegging that was rampant
at the time.  Released on June 27, 1974.  John McFee, of the group Clover,
plays pedal steel on "Pride Of Cucamonga", which was written by Phil Lesh and
Robert Petersen.  Lesh and Petersen also co-wrote "Unbroken Chain".  The album
also includes "China Doll", "Scarlet Begonias", and "U.S. Blues", which had
long been performed by the Dead as "Wave That Flag".  The Mars Hotel was a
hotel for the down-and-out, located at 4th and Howard, south of Market (and
near Winterland), and near the CBS recording studios.  It has since been torn
down; the demolition of the hotel can be seen in "The Grateful Dead Movie".
Stanley Mouse has the original 8 by 10 photograph, used for the back cover,
taken of the band members sitting in the lobby of the Mars Hotel.  On the back
cover, where the windows show "outer space", in reality, the windows look out
on the the street outside the hotel.  On the front cover, one can spot straws
protruding from some of the windows.

Grateful Dead From The Mars Hotel - Grateful Dead (Grateful Dead GD 102)
After United Artists took over the distribution of Grateful Dead Records, this
album was also released in the 'AUTHENTIC' jacket with a United Artists
sticker on the back.  This has the UA "sunshine" label but also says "1974
Grateful Dead Records.  GD-102".

Grateful Dead From The Mars Hotel - Grateful Dead (Mobile Fidelity MFSL 1-172)
A high quality vinyl pressing released in 1980.

Grateful Dead From The Mars Hotel - Grateful Dead (Mobile Fidelity MFSL 830)
An "Original Master Recording" high quality silver CD release from 1985.

Grateful Dead From The Mars Hotel - Grateful Dead (Grateful Dead GDCD 4007)
Some of the early 1988 releases of this CD list a misspelled "Scarlet
Begoninas".

Grateful Dead From The Mars Hotel - Grateful Dead (Grateful Dead GDCD 4007)
On this CD release, the jacket folds out and contains the lyrics to:
"Unbroken Chain", "Money Money", and "Pride Of Cucamonga".

Wake Of The Flood / Grateful Dead From The Mars Hotel - Grateful Dead (UA UDM
103/4)  A double album released by United Artists in the UK.  This has a
gatefold jacket.  The artwork used for the individual album's front cover
appears on the outside of the gatefold, and the artwork used for the individual
album's back cover appears inside the gatefold.  The "Wake Of The Flood" back
cover does include the song titles.

Grateful Dead From The Mars Hotel - Grateful Dead (GDPD 4007, Grateful Dead
Records, 48-50 Steele Road, London, NW10 7AS)  This UK-released CD has the
album cover artwork printed on the CD.  The booklet does not include the
lyrics.

Grateful Dead From The Mars Hotel - Grateful Dead (GDV 4007, Grateful Dead
Records, 48-50 Steele Road, London, NW10 7AS)  This is a UK-released vinyl
album.

Dragon Fly - Grace Slick & Paul Kantner/Jefferson Starship (Grunt BFL 1-0717
or BFL 1-0271)  Robert Hunter wrote the lyrics for "Come To Life" (3:46) on
this October, 1974 release.  Released on CD on January 28, 1997.

Blood On The Tracks - Bob Dylan (Columbia PC 33235)  Buddy Cage of the NRPS
appears on this album released in 1976.

Brujo - NRPS (Columbia PC 33145)  Hunter wrote the lyrics to "Crooked Judge".

Oh What A Mighty Time - NRPS (Columbia PC 33688)  Released in 1975.  Garcia
plays on "Oh What A Mighty Time", "Take A Letter, Maria", and "Layin' My Old
Lady".

Old And In The Way - var. (Round RX 103)  Released in March, 1975.  Jerry
Garcia plays banjo and sings on this album of bluegrass music.

Old And In The Way - var. (Sugar Hill SH 3746)  Released on vinyl in 1987.

Old And In The Way - var. (Rykodisc RCD 10009)  The CD was released in 1988.

Keith And Donna - Keith and Donna Jean Godchaux (Round RX 104)  Released in
March, 1975.  The cover photo is of the Godchaux's infant son, Zion, with the
drawings by Jerry Garcia representing the baby's thoughts.  Songs include:
"River Deep Mountain High", "Sweet Baby", "Woman Make You", "When You Start To
Move", "Showboat", "My Love For You", "Farwell Jack", "Who Was John", and
"Every Song I Sing...".

Tiger Rose - Robert Hunter (Round RX 105)  Released in March, 1975.  It
includes Garcia on guitar, pedal steel, piano, and synthesizer, as well as
Mickey Hart and Donna Jean Godchaux.

Tiger Rose - Robert Hunter (Rykodisc RCD 10115)  A remixed version with Garcia
producing and Hart as 'anti-producer'.  The vocals were redone in 1988 and
digitally remixed by Tom Flye at Fantasy Studios in Berkeley.

Tiger Rose - Robert Hunter (GDV 4010, Grateful Dead Records, 48-50 Steele
Road, London, NW10 7AS)  This is a UK-released record, with the vocals redone
and remixed.  Released in 1990.

Tiger Rose - Robert Hunter (Line Records )  This German CD release has the
original vocals and mix.

Seastones - Ned Lagin and Phil Lesh (Round RX 106)  Released in October, 1975.
This album was released in SQ-Quad.  Although released on the Round label, the
album was distributed by United Artists.  Some of the early releases have a
small, white with green print, "Ned Lagin and Phil Lesh" sticker on the front.

Seastones - Ned Lagin (Rykodisc RCD 40193)  Released in January, 1991.  This
CD includes the original nine section "Sea Stones" (42:34) from February, 1975,
and a live, previously unreleased, six section version (31:05) from December,
1975.  The December, 1975 live version consisted of nine segments, six of which
are included here.    The CD was to have been released with seperate track
indicators for each track, which would allow for a random play of the
"Seastones" composition, there-by creating a new version with each listening.
There were live performances of "Seastones" on June 6, 1975 at Angelica Hall
of Dominican College in San Rafael, CA, and on September 19, 1975 at the
Palace of Fine Arts Theater in San Francisco.

Blues For Allah - Grateful Dead (UA/GD LA494G)  Released on September 1, 1975.
A box of crickets was miked and used throughout the basic track of the second
side of the record.

Blues For Allah - Grateful Dead (UA/GD       )  Released in eight track tape
format.

Blues For Allah - Grateful Dead (Grateful Dead Merchandising GDCD 4001)  This
CD, issued in 1988, has the song lyrics printed in the booklet.

Blues For Allah - Grateful Dead (GDPD 4001, Grateful Dead Records, 48-50
Steele Road, London, NW10 7AS)  This UK-released CD has the fiddler from the
album cover printed on the CD.  The booklet includes the lyrics.

For Dead Heads - var. (Round/UA SP 114)  A sampler album with two cuts each by
the Dead, Garcia, Hunter, the Godchaux's, and Old And In The Way.

For Dead Heads - var. (Round/UA FREE 2)  A 1976 UK-released sampler album with
a red jester on a white cover.  It contains songs from albums by the Grateful
Dead, Kingfish, Diga, Jerry Garcia, Keith and Donna, and Old And In The Way.

Livin' In The Past - Kentucky Colonels (Briar BT 7202)  Jerry Garcia introduces
the band at the October 15, 1964 show in Palo Alto.

Sweet Surprise - Eric Andersen (Arista 4075)  Brent Mydland sings on "Crazy
River" and "Dreams Of Mexico" on this 1975 release.  This is prior to
Mydland joining the Grateful Dead.

Silver - Silver (Arista 4076)  A pre-Grateful Dead Brent Mydland plays on this
1975 release.  Brent Mydland was in this band before he joined the Grateful
Dead.  Two of Mydland's songs appear on this album:  "Musician (Not An Easy
Life)" and "Climbing".

Barry Scott Presents: The Lost 45s Of The '70s And '80s, Vol. 2 - var.
(Varese 066112)  This compilation, released on May 9, 2000, includes
"Wham Bam Shang-A-Lang" (3:33) performed by Silver, which included Brent
Mydland before he joined the Grateful Dead.

Red Octopus - Jefferson Starship (Grunt/RCA BFL1-0999)  Robert Hunter, David
Freiberg, and Marty Balin co-wrote "Tumblin'" (3:27).  Released in June, 1975.

Solid Silver - Quicksilver Messenger Service (Capitol SM 11820 or ST 11462)
Hunter wrote "I Heard You Singing" (3:48) on this October, 1975 release.
David Frieberg rearranged the tune (singing the last verse first, etc.) and
got a co-writing credit.

Solid Silver - Quicksilver Messenger Service (Edsel )  This British CD release
contains Robert Hunter's "I Heard You Singing".  Demon Records, Blackmail,
Freepost (TK 974), P.O. Box 9, Brentford, Middlesex TW8 8BR England.

The Best Of New Riders Of The Purple Sage - NRPS (Columbia PC 34367)  A "best
of" record released in 1976 with the filled NRPS tee-shirt on the front cover.

Barry Melton:  The Fish - Barry Melton (United Artists UAS 29908)  Hunter
co-wrote "Jesse James" and Mickey Hart co-wrote "Speed Racer" on this
January, 1976 release.

Reflections - Jerry Garcia (Round/UA RX 107 RX-LA565-G)  Released in January,
1976.  "Might As Well" recalls one of the NRPS/GD tours.  Also included is
"Comes A Time".

Reflections - Jerry Garcia (Round )  Released in the eight track tape format.

Reflections - Jerry Garcia (Grateful Dead GDCD 4008)  On some versions of the
back cover of the CD version, the back cover artwork includes Eileen Law's
name hand written in the upper left corner - as if they lifted the artwork
off her personal copy when producing the CD.  The back cover image also has
the Round Records and UA logos, which is not the label that the CD is out on.

Reflections - Jerry Garcia (GD Records GDLP 4.006515)  Released in West
Germany in the Fall of 1989.

Reflections - Jerry Garcia (GDV 4008, Grateful Dead Records, 48-50 Steele
Road, London, NW10 7AS)  This is a UK released record, released in 1990.

Kingfish - Kingfish (Round/UA RX 108 RX-LA564-G)  Bob Weir appears and is
credited with playing guitar and harp.  Released on March 3, 1976.  The cover
features Neptune riding a winged fish over the waves.  It includes Willie
Dixon's "Hidden Charms".  Also released as: GDR GDCD-4010 2 and GDC-4010 4,
Relix RRCD 2005 and RRLP 2005, and Castle CCR108.

Kingfish - Kingfish (Relix RRLP 2005) with Bob Weir.  Released by Relix on
January 14, 1985.  The liner notes are not quite correct.

Kingfish - Kingfish (Relix RRCD 2005) released on CD.

Pistol Packin' Mama - The Good Old Boys (Round/UA RX-LA597-G/RX 109)  Jerry
Garcia produced and mixed this bluegrass album.

Diga - Diga Rhythm Band (Round/UA RX-LA600-G/RX 110)  Released in March,
1976.  Appearing on this release is Vince Delgado, who later formed the group
"Jazayer".  The track "Happiness Is Drumming" later evolved into the song
"Fire On The Mountain".

Diga - Diga Rhythm Band (Round/UA RX-EA600-H/RX 110)  Released on stereo
tape cartridge (eight track tape).

Diga - Diga Rhythm Band (Round/UA RX-CA600-H/RX 110)  Released on stereo
cassette tape.

Diga - Diga Rhythm Band (Rykodisc RALP 10101)  With Mickey Hart.  Originally
released in 1976 on Round Records.  The Rykodisc vinyl album has pink frosting
color added to the cover.  This release has been remixed by Mickey Hart.  Some
of the records are pressed on clear vinyl.

Diga - Diga Rhythm Band (Rykodisc RCD 10101)  With Mickey Hart.  Released on
CD in 1988.  On some CDs released in June, 1999, the name was misspelled on
the spine as "Rythym".

The Rock Generation - var. (Abingdon Audio-graphics Soundsheet 1010751B)  This
soundsheet produced by Dennis C. Benson at the Cork Cellar, includes on
side 2, band 19, an interview segment "Bob Weir:  High On Music".  Produced in
1976.

Steal Your Face - Grateful Dead (Grateful Dead/United Artists GD LA620 J2
GD 104)  Recorded between October 16 and 20, 1974 at the Winterland Arena in
San Francisco, this two record live album was released in stereo on June 26,
1976.  Due to problems with the recordings, most of the vocals and some
instrumental tracks were re-recorded in the studio.

Steal Your Face - Grateful Dead (United Artists GD LA620 J2 (QS))  This two
record album was also released in the QS quadraphonic encoding.

Steal Your Face - Grateful Dead (UA GD-EA620-J)  This album was released on
8-track tape.

Steal Your Face - Grateful Dead (Grateful Dead GDCD 4006)  This 1989 two-CD
release includes lyric sheets with both CD volumes.

Out Of The Blues - David Bromberg (Columbia PC 34467)  This "best of" album,
released in 1977, includes "Demon In Disguise" and "Sharon", two tracks where
members of the Dead play.  Also on CD, and on cassette with a slightly changed
cover.

Lovin' In The Valley Of The Moon - Norton Buffalo (Capitol ST 11625)  Mickey
Hart plays on two tracks of this 1977 release.

Desert Horizon - Norton Buffalo (Capitol ST 11847)  Mickey Hart plays on
"Desert Horizon" (4:40).  Released in 1978.

Lovin' In The Valley Of The Moon / Desert Horizon - Norton Buffalo (Edsel 431)
The two albums were released on one CD in November, 1995.

Jubilation - The Rowans (Asylum 7E 1114)  Although the album was recorded at
"The Barn" and Mickey Hart gets a "special thanks", Mickey Hart does not play
on this 1977 release.

Live N' Kickin' - Kingfish (Jet/UA JT/LA732-G)  The cover features Neptune
seated on his throne.  Bob Weir plays on this 1977 release, which was recorded
live at the Roxy in Hollywood (either between May 29 to June 1, 1975, or
between March 10 to 13, 1976.  Weir's guitar parts were erased from the
album, except for the songs where he sings:  "Lazy Lightnin'" (3:02) and
"Supplication" (2:56).  Many of the erased parts are still somewhat audible,
as they bled through to the drum tracks.  The album also includes "Hypnotize"
(4:35).  "Lazy Lightning" and "Supplication", as performed by the Grateful
Dead, appear on "Dick's Picks Volume 3".  Reissued in 1981 on Accord SN 7128.

Live N' Kickin' - Kingfish (Accord SN 7128)  Reissued in 1981.

Live N' Kickin' - Kingfish (Grateful Dead GDCD 4010)  Available from Grateful
Dead Merchandising.

What A Long Strange Trip It's Been:  The Best Of The Grateful Dead - Grateful
Dead (Warner Bros. 2W 3091)  A two record "best of" release from July, 1977,
possibly as late as September, 1977.  It includes the pre-release version of
the "Dark Star" / "Born Cross-Eyed" single.  On the album, the song breakdowns
are:  side 1: "New, New Minglewood Blues", "Cosmic Charlie", "Truckin'",
"Black Peter", and "Born Cross-Eyed" (2:04); side 2:  "Ripple", "Doin' That
Rag", "Dark Star" (3:05), "High Time", and "New Speedway Boogie"; side 3:
"St. Stephen", "Jack Straw", "Me & My Uncle", and "Tennessee Jed"; and side
4:  "Cumberland Blues", "Playing in the Band", "Brown-Eyed Woman", and "Ramble
On Rose".  (Note:  the handwritten font by Rick Griffin has been copied and
become available as ripple.ttf.)

What A Long Strange Trip It's Been:  The Best Of The Grateful Dead - Grateful
Dead (Warner Bros. WB 3091-2)  Released on two CDs in 1989.

Innerview - Jim Ladd (Inner View, 8913 West Olympic Blvd., Suite 201, Beverly
Hills, CA 90211, (213) 652-8710)  Interviews with the Dead appear in Series 17
and in Series 19, Show 7 "Grateful Dead, Part 2 - Electric".  Broadcast in
1976.

Terrapin Station - Grateful Dead (Arista AL 7001)  Released on July 27, 1977.
Also released as ALB-8329.  "Samson And Delilah" is based on an old spiritual,
and played in a style close to Reverend Gary Davis's.  "Sunrise" was written
by Donna Jean Godchaux.  One of the songs from the "Terrapin" suite, "Equinox",
by Phil Lesh and Robert Hunter, with Garcia on lead vocals, was recorded but
never released, as there was not enough room on that side of the record to
include it.  Mickey Hart's timbale solo on "Terrapin Flyer" was erased by
Keith Olsen and replaced with strings.

Terrapin Station - Grateful Dead (Arista AL 7001)  Released on July 27, 1977.
There is a "Specially Banded For Airplay" version with the "Terrapin" side
pressed with bands separating the songs.  The question "Where do you keep your
stereo, Jer?" is appears on Side A, in the center of the vinyl pressing.

Terrapin Station - Grateful Dead (Direct Disk Labs SD 16619)  A high quality
pressing released in 1979.  This was licensed through Arista.

Terrapin Station - Grateful Dead (Arista ARCD 8065)  Released on CD in 1986.

Arista World Pop - var. (Arista 1977)  This 1977 compilation includes
"Musician (It's Not an Easy Life)", written by Brent Mydland and performed by
Silver, the band he was in before joining the Greatful Dead, and "Terrapin
Station" by the Grateful Dead.

Heaven Help The Fool - Bob Weir Band (Arista AB 4155)  Released on January 13,
1978.  This album was recorded after the Grateful Dead had recorded "Terrapin
Station", in the same studio and with the same producer (Keith Olsen) as
"Terrapin Station".  It includes these Weir and Barlow compositions: "Bombs
Away" (5:06), "Salt Lake City" (4:04), "Shade of Grey" (4:30), "Heaven Help
The Fool" (5:30), "This Time Forever" (4:09), and "Wrong Way Feelin'" (5:12).
The cover shows Bob Weir crouched down on bended knee, holding an acoustic
guitar.

Heaven Help The Fool - Bob Weir Band (Arista ARCD 8165)  Released on CD.

Cats Under The Stars - Jerry Garcia (Arista AB 4160)  Released on March 15,
1978.  Includes "Rubin And Cherise"

Cats Under The Stars - Jerry Garcia (Arista )  Released on eight track.

Cats Under The Stars - Jerry Garcia (Arista ARCD 8535)  Released on CD.

Pop/AOR Best Bets - var. (Arista ALS 04)  This promo LP of various Arista
artists includes "Bombs Away" and "Heaven Help The Fool" by Bob Weir.

Arista AOR Sampler  - var. (Arista ALS 06)  This two record sampler includes
two pieces by the Jerry Garcia Band:  "Reuben And Cherise" (5:00) and
"Gomorrah" (5:07).  Released in 1978.

Grateful Dead Sampler - var. (Arista SP 35)  This contains cuts from
"Terrapin Station", "Heaven Help The Fool", and "Cats Under The Stars".
This was also released as "Recently Dead".

Recently Dead - var. (Arista SP 35)  Released in 1978, this sampler contains:
Side A: "Bombs Away", "Shakedown Street", "Estimated Prophet", "Rubin And
Cherise", and "I Need A Miracle"; Side B:  "Good Lovin'", "Passenger", "Easy
To Slip", "France", and "Cats Under The Stars".

Max Weinberg Presents:  Let There Be Drums!  Vol. 3: The 70's - var.
(Rhino R2 711549)  This third LP of Max Weinberg's tribute to great drumming
and percussion includes "Terrapin Flyer" (2:01) by the Grateful Dead.

Let There Be Drums, Vol. 3: The 70's - var. (Rhino 71549)  Released on CD and
cassette on February 1, 1994.

Shakedown Street - Grateful Dead (Arista AB 4198)  Released on November 15,
1978.  Also released as ALB-8321.  Includes "From The Heart Of Me" by Donna
Godchaux.

Shakedown Street - Grateful Dead (Arista ARCD 4198) released on CD in 1986.

The Best Of Crosby & Nash - David Crosby and Graham Nash (Atlantic 19203)
This best of collection, released in 1977, includes Garcia, Lesh, and
Kreutzmann on "The Wall Song".

Step Up To Big Pay - Cache Valley Drifters (Flying Fish 220)  This 1979
release contains a bluegrass version of "Cumberland Blues".

Step Up To Big Pay - Cache Valley Drifters (Rounder )  Tentatively to be
released on CD in 2000.

Eclipse - Hamza el-Din (Pacific Arts Records  )  This includes Hart on
percussion.  Music by the Sudanese oud master.

Eclipse - Hamza el-Din (Rykodisc RCD 10103)  Released only on CD and
cassette.  Produced by Mickey Hart.  Originally released in 1978.

Replay - Crosby, Stills, & Nash (Atlantic 16026)  Jerry Garcia plays pedal
steel guitar on "Change Partners".  This "best of" album was released in
December 1980.

Go To Heaven - Grateful Dead (Arista AL 9508)  Released on April 28, 1980.
Also released as ALB6-8322.  On "Easy To Love You", the word "bluebird" was
changed to "raven", at the insistence of Clive Davis, Arista Records
president, that this would make the song more 'Grateful Dead sounding'.
This was the first album with Brent Mydland, and included his "Easy To Love
You" and "Far From Me".  The Dead rehearsed a Robert Hunter song called
"What'll You Raise" for this album; a portion circulates among tape traders.

Go To Heaven - Grateful Dead (Arista ARCD 9508)  Released on CD in 1986.

Jack O' Roses - Robert Hunter (Dark Star DSLP 8001)  An April, 1980 UK
release.  This album includes:  "Box Of Rain", "Reuben And Cherise" (with
an extra verse), "Friend Of The Devil" (with an extra verse), and a complete
"Terrapin" suite, with the "Ivory Wheels" > "Rosewood Track" section and
lyrics for the "Terrapin Transit" section.  The album was recorded in London.

Jack O' Roses - Robert Hunter (Relix RRLP 2001)  Reissued on Relix Records in
1984.  Originally released on Dark Star DSLP 8001.

Down On The Farm - Little Feat (WB 3345)  Keith Godchaux co-wrote "Six Feet
Of Snow" on this November, 1979 release.

Texican Badman - Peter Rowan (Appaloosa 010)  Jerry Garcia and Bill Kreutzman
play on "Sweet Melinda" (3:59), "While The Ocean Roars" (3:53), "Awake My
Love" (3:31), and "On The Blue Horizon" (5:54), which were recorded in
April, 1974 at the Record Plant in Sausalito, California.  Released in 1980
in Italy.

Texican Badman - Peter Rowan (Appaloosa 010)  Released on CD (36:02 long).

Livin' The Life - Chris and Lorin Rowan (Appaloosa AP 011)  Jerry Garcia plays
pedal steel guitar and Bill Kreutzman plays drums on this Italian release of
the "Rowan Brothers" (Columbia KC 31297) record.

King Biscuit Flower Hour -   ( )  A Nassau Coliseum show (probably the May 16,
1980 show) was broadcast on two records with cue sheets for release in June,
1980.

King Biscuit Flower Hour -   ( )  A three record retrospective of various
70's shows for release in October, 1980.

Earth News Radio - sponsored by Agree Shampoo and Budweiser (EN 11/10/80)
One record with two Xeroxed cue sheets aired the week of Nov. 10, 1980:
Jerry Garcia and Bob Weir interviewed about origins of the band's name,
Jerry Garcia's early infatuation with the accordion, loss of his finger,
and the Acid Tests.

Rock And Roll Valentine -  (Westwood One)  The Grateful Dead appear on part
of this eighteen record ABC Radio special from 1981:  "The Grateful Dead
Story:  Fifteen Years Of The Dead" broadcast December 20, 1981.

Off The Record - With Mary Turner (Westwood One)  Two records and cue sheet
for broadcast on August 3, 1981.

Source Special -   (NBC Source 81-15)  A three record radio special for
February 6, 1981.

RSMP Guest DJ's -  ( )  One side has band members introducing other artist's
songs.  Released in 1982.

Rock And Roll Never Forgets - A Classic Rock Weekend (ABC/DIR Broadcasting
Corp., New York City, 1981)  Day Two, Side 14 of this Memorial Day weekend
broadcast contains live versions of "Playing In The Band" and "Uncle John's
Band".

The Waltz Project - var. (Nonesuch Digital D-79011)  Tom Constanten composed
"Dejavalse", played by pianist John Cobb.  Released in 1981.

Reckoning - Grateful Dead (Arista A2L 8604)  This two record live acoustic
album was recorded between September 25 and October 14, 1980 at the Warfield
Theater, San Francisco, and October 22 and 31, 1980 at Radio City Music Hall,
New York.  Out of print.  Released on March 25, 1981, possibly even on April
1, 1981.  Part of the recording set-up for this album included three clusters
of three mics, placed above the stage and 25 and 40 feet from the stage.  Many
of the songs were edited down from their original concert times.  "Dire Wolf"
could be from October 11, 1980.

For The Faithful - Grateful Dead (Arista/Pair ARPDL2-1053)  This is the 1984
reissue of "Reckoning".  It has a black and white "Reckoning" cover on the
back and the photo on the front.

For The Faithful - Grateful Dead (Arista/Pair 1053)  This CD release from 1986
does not include "Oh Babe, It Ain't No Lie".  The CD was supposedly released
without the band's approval.

Reckoning - Grateful Dead (Arista/Pair ARPDL2-1053)  The July, 1988 reissue of
"Reckoning", on vinyl, with the original "Reckoning" color front cover.

Reckoning - Grateful Dead (Arista/Pair ARCD 1053)  This 1986 CD release is an
abridged version of the two record release and does not include "Oh Babe, It
Ain't No Lie".

Reckoning - Grateful Dead (Arista ARCD 1053)  A properly remastered re-release
on CD format.  Released on November 20, 1990.

Dead Set - Grateful Dead (Arista A2L 8606 or AL9-8112)  This live electric
album was recorded between September 25 and October 14, 1980 at the Warfield
Theater in San Francisco, and October 22 and 31, 1980 at Radio City Music
Hall, NYC.  Released on August 26, 1981.  Some versions have an AL9-1053
sticker over the A2L 8606 number.  Both "Space" and "Drums" appear on the
album.  Also released as AL9-8152.  Part of the recording set-up for this
album included three clusters of three mics, placed above the stage and 25 and
40 feet from the stage.  Many of the songs were edited down from their
original concert time (e.g. "Friend Of The Devil" was about 10 minutes long as
played, versus 7:24 timing on the album).  "Space" > "Fire On The Mountain"
could be from October 31, 1980.

Dead Set - Grateful Dead (Arista 18-RS-52-53)  A Japanese release of the album
by Nippon Phonogram Ltd.

Dead Set - Grateful Dead (Arista ARCD 8112)  The originally released CDs from
1986 have "Space" but do not have "Drums".

Dead Set - Grateful Dead (Grateful Dead GDCD 4141)  The remastered CDs have
"Drums" but do not have "Space".

The Apocalypse Now Sessions - The Rhythm Devils Play River Music (Passport PB
9844)  Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann, Michael Hinton, Airto Moreira, and others
play music for the "Apocalypse Now" soundtrack.

Apocalypse Now - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (Elektra DP 90001)
Released in 1979.

The Apocalypse Now Sessions - The Rhythm Devils Play River Music (Wilson Audio
W-8521)  Hart and others play music for the "Apocalypse Now" soundtrack.
Released in 1986.

The Apocalypse Now Sessions - The Rhythm Devils Play River Music (Rykodisc RCD
10109)  Hart and others play music for the "Apocalypse Now" soundtrack.  This
1990 CD release includes previously unreleased material.

Bobby & The Midnites - Bob Weir (Arista AL 9568)  A pre-Grateful Dead Brent
Mydland appears on this October 21, 1981 release.  Some albums also released
as ALB6-8367 and AL5-8148 and as 8558.  The cover features a black cat.
"Midnite the Cat" was on a TV show called "Andy's Gang", which Weir had watched
as a small child.  Weir sketched the cat, and Victor Moscoso made the drawing
on the album cover.  "Haze" (5:08) was written, more or less, as a eulogy for
Weir's friend Bruce Baxter.  "Too Many Losers" (3:50) had several working
titles, including "F*ckin' With Fire" and "Stokin' With Fire", but Weir was
told by Clive Davis, of Arista Records, to tone down the title.  It was written
for a couple of Weir's friends.  "Far Away" (3:34) was developed over a
Matthew Kelly riff, played around with by Weir and Bobby Cochran.  "Book Of
Rules" (3:31) was previously recorded by The Heptones, and that version appears
to be based on a poem "A Bag Of Tools" by R. L. Sharp.  The lyrics to "Me
Without You" (3:12) were originally written by Alphonso Johnson, then rewritten
by Bob Weir, and finally by Barlow.  As originally written by Bob Weir,
"Josephine" (6:11) has more verses than were recorded.  "(I Want To) Fly Away"
(3:55) was written with Bob Marley in mind.  "Carry Me" (4:27) is a simple love
letter.  "Festival" (4:59) was written over a span of several years.

Bobby & The Midnites - Bob Weir (Arista ARCD 8558)  Released on CD.

Rolling Stone Magazine Rock Revue - Rolling Stone Magazine ( )  Interviews with
Bob Weir appear on the programs broadcast on December 12, 1981 ("6. Bigger and
Better") and January 4, 1982 ("1. Funky Bobby" and "10. New Sound for '82").

King Biscuit Flower Hour -   ( )  Bobby And The Midnites from February 5, 1982
at the Capitol Theater, Passaic, NJ and Huey Lewis in L.A.  Released for
airplay in May, 1982.

- Joan Baez ( )  A Joan Baez studio album, with the Grateful Dead backing her,
was recorded in late 1981, but never released.  Songs include "Jack-A-Roe"
(4:00).

Run For The Roses - Jerry Garcia (Arista AL 9603)  Released on October 20, 1982.

Run For The Roses - Jerry Garcia (Arista ARCD 8557)  Released on CD.

Block S - Leland Stanford Junior University Marching Band (EMBO Records, 1982)
This album, with the letter "S" with photo collage cover, includes "One More
Saturday Night", arranged by Eric Strandberg.

The Electric Guitar Quartet - The Electric Guitar Quartet (EGQ Cassettes  )
Tom Constanten composed "Alaric's Premonition, A Gothic Fugue en Rondeau On A
Theme By J. Garcia".  Released in 1983.

Planet Earth Rock And Roll Orchestra - Paul Kantner (RCA AFL1-4320)  Released
in 1983.  Kantner's "Mountain Song" is based on a Garcia melody line and Garcia
gets credit.

Rock Southern Style - var. (K-Tel  )  This 1984 release includes the Grateful
Dead's "Alabama Getaway".

Morning Sky - Chris Hillman (Sugar Hill SH-3729, Sugar Hill Records, P.O. Box
4040, Duke Station, Durham, NC 27706, http://www.sugarhillrecords.com)  This
1982 release has a version of "Ripple" with a mis-sung first verse:  "On the
heart of a strum"; the words should be "harp unstrung".

The White EP - The Pop-O-Pies (415 Records 415A-0009) this twelve inch EP
album includes a version of "Truckin'" (with some changed lyrics:  "Sometimes
the sun's all shining on me, Other times it's raining out") and "Truckin'
(Rap)" (with many changed lyrics:  "Richmond, Brooklyn, Bronx, and Queens,
Much too close to New Orleans") .  This record features Joe "Pie" Callahan.
Released in 1982.

Where The Beat Meets The Street - Bobby & The Midnites (Columbia BFC 39276)
Bob Weir and others appear on this album released in November, 1984.  Also
released as Columbia 26048.  The cover shows a black cat walking on a sidewalk
in front of several women in high heeled shoes.  Included are the following
Weir and/or Barlow compositions:  "(I Want to Live in) America", "Falling",
"Thunder & Lightning", and "Gloria Monday".  This was the final Bobby & The
Midnites album.

Where The Beat Meets The Street - Bobby And The Midnites (Razor & Tie 82177)
Released on CD.

Yamantaka - Henry Wolff, Nancy Hemmings, Mickey Hart (Celestial Harmonies
CEL 003, Celestial Harmonies, P.O. Box 673, Wilton, CT 06897)  Recorded
at Grateful Dead Sound Studios and Rolling Thunder Studios.  Released in 1983.

Dafos - Mickey Hart, Airto, Flora Purim (Reference Recordings RR 12)  Hart
plays on this release.  The LP does not have Hart's "Psychopomp" (4:57), which
is on the CD (RR12CD).  The record plays at 45 rpm.

Dafos - Mickey Hart, Airto, Flora Purim (Reference Recordings RR12CD)  This CD
release has Hart's "Psychopomp" (4:57), which is not on the LP.

Dafos - Mickey Hart, Airto, Flora Purim (Rykodisc RCD 10108)  Hart plays on
this release.  This CD was re-released in 1990.

What Keeps The Dead Alive? -  (Westwood One)  A two record radio program
released in 1985.

Dire Wolf - Grateful Dead (Platinum  PLP 2 (/24014)  A 1985 West German "best
of" release from "Workingman's Dead".

Mask - var. (MCA 6140) "Ripple", from the "American Beauty" album, is included
in this movie soundtrack album from 1984.

Promontory Rider:  A Retrospective Collection - Robert Hunter (Relix RRLP
2002)  With Garcia, Hart, the Godchaux's, Buddy Cage, and Dave Torbert.  Eight
of the tracks were previously released on Hunter's "Tales Of The Great Rum
Runners" and "Tiger Rose" records.

Promontory Rider:  A Retrospective Collection - Robert Hunter (Relix RRLP
2002)  This was also released as a picture disk.

Promontory Rider:  A Retrospective Collection - Robert Hunter (Castle CCR110)
A CD release from 1994.

Joe's Second Record - The Pop-O-Pies (Subterranean Records)  This six song,
twelve inch EP album includes "Slow Version", a slow version of "Truckin'"
with changed lyrics like:  "What in the world ever happened to travelling?
I'm tired of traveling, I wanna stop at McDonald's."  Released in 1984.

Amagamalin Street - Robert Hunter (Relix RRLP 2003)  Released on June 1, 1984.

Amagamalin Street - Robert Hunter (Relix RRCD 2003)  On the CD release,
"Roseanne" is remixed, and "Face Me" is not included.

Live '85 - Robert Hunter (Relix RRLP 2006) released in 1985.

Relix Records Sampler (Number One) - var. (Relix RRLP 2015)  This sampler
includes Hunter's "Gypsy Parlor Light" (7:25) and "Aim at the Heart" (6:25).
It also includes "Watching the River Flow" (5:33) by the Heart Of Gold Band
and "Dirty Business" (11:20) by the NRPS.  This was released with 5000
pressings on black and 1000 pressings on psychedelic vinyl.  The cover
features a character leaning against a cactus.

Relix Records Sampler (Number One) - var. (Relix RRCD 2015)  Released on CD.

The Flight Of The Marie Helena - Robert Hunter (Relix RRLP 2009)  Released in
1985.  Some releases include a 16 page lyric booklet.  Some releases were
pressed on green or on yellow vinyl.

A Wing And A Prayer - Matt Kelly (Relix RRLP 2010)  With Garcia, Weir,
Mydland, Godchaux, and Kreutzman.

A Wing And A Prayer - Matt Kelly (Relix RRCD 2010)  With Garcia, Weir, Mydland,
Godchaux, and Kreutzman.  The CD has an extra selection:  "I Got To Be Me".

Alive In '85 - Kingfish (Relix RRLP 2016)  The cover features a fish with
sunglasses, floating over the surf, playing a guitar.  This recording,
possibly live at Sweetwater in Mill Valley, California, includes "Big Boss
Man".

Alive In '85 - Kingfish (Relix RRCD 2016)  Released on CD.

Rock Columbia - Robert Hunter (Relix RRLP 2019)  Released in Summer 1986.

Rock Columbia - Robert Hunter (Relix RRCD 2019)  Also released on CD.

The Ghosts Playing In The Heart Of Gold Band - Keith and Donna Godchaux
(Whirled WRR 01967)  This album contains post-Grateful Dead studio recordings,
plus two live tracks with Donna Godchaux and two live tracks ("Scarlet
Begonias") with Keith and Donna.  Released in 1984.

The Heart Of Gold Band - Keith and Donna Godchaux (Relix RRLP 2020)  Contains
the live songs:  "Stir It Up", "Watching The River Flow", "...Train To Cry",
"Strange Man", and "Lonesome Highway".

The Heart Of Gold Band - Keith and Donna Godchaux (Grateful Dead GDCD 4060)
This expanded release CD contains live recordings of Keith and Donna Godchaux
and their band from July 10, 1980 at the Back Door in San Francisco (including
"Scarlet Begonias" and "Gomorrah"), Donna Godchaux and her band from 1980 in
Arcata, CA, and Keith and Donna Godchaux and their band in the studio from
December, 1979.

Before Time Began - NRPS (Relix RRLP 2024)  With Lesh, Garcia, and Hart.
These are studio sessions for the first NRPS album.  Side Two has the backward
playing and singing.

Before Time Began - NRPS (Relix RRCD 2024)  Released on CD.

Vintage NRPS - NRPS (Relix RRLP 2025)  A live album from February 21 and 23,
1971 at the Capitol Theater, Portchester, NY.  It includes Garcia on pedal
steel.  Some copies are pressed on "psychedelic" vinyl.

Vintage NRPS - NRPS (Relix RRLP 2025)  The album was also released as a
picture disk limited to a pressing of 1000 records.

Vintage NRPS - NRPS (Relix RRCD 2025)  Released on CD.

Relix's Best Of The Early NRPS - NRPS (Relix RRCD 2071)  This album includes
material culled from Relix's "Before Time Began" and "Vintage NRPS", which
include appearances by Jerry Garcia, Phil Lesh, and Mickey Hart.

Joe's Third Record - Joe Pop-O-Pie (Subterranean Records Sub 52)  The back
cover of this album clearly states that "There is no Truckin's on this
record".  Joe Pop-o-Pie and the Pop-o-Pies cover "Sugar Magnolia" on side two
of their third record.  The first half of the song is recorded backwards,
again with rewritten lyrics, and the "Sunshine Daydream" part is recorded
normally.  Released in 1986.

The Music Of Upper And Lower Egypt - var. (360 Degrees Records - 101)
Recorded by Mickey Hart and John Cutler during the Grateful Dead's tour of
Egypt in 1978.  Produced by Mickey Hart.

The Music Of Upper And Lower Egypt - var. (Rykodisc 10106) released only on
CD and cassette.  Recorded by Mickey Hart and John Cutler during the Grateful
Dead's tour of Egypt in 1978.  Produced by Mickey Hart.

Sarangi:  The Music Of India - Ustad Sultan Khan and Shri Rij Ram (360 Degrees
Records - 102)  Recorded by Mickey Hart and Dan Healy in December, 1974 at The
Stone House (formerly the Henry Botham Youth Camp, Marin County, CA).  Some of
the album tracks were pulled from all-night jam sessions, held the day after
George Harrison's "Dark  Horse" Tour concert at the Cow Palace.  These were
recorded on 16 track tape by Dan Healy, Rex Jackson, and Mickey Hart.

Sarangi:  The Music Of India - Ustad Sultan Khan and Shri Rij Ram (Rykodisc
RCD 10104)  Released only on CD and cassette.  Produced by Mickey Hart.
Originally released in 1975.

Dance To The Beat Of My Drum - Babatunde Olatunji (Blue Heron BLU 706-1 D)
Produced by Mickey Hart.  Released in 1986.

Drums Of Passion:  The Beat - Babatunde Olatunji (Rykodisc RCD 10107)
Produced by Mickey Hart.  This is a digital remix of "Dance To The Beat Of My
Drum".  Re-released in 1990.

The Digital Domain:  A Demonstration - (Elektra/Asylum CD )  Hart helped
record "Helicopter" (3:43), a track of a helicopter in flight.

Uptown - Neville Brothers (EPI-America/Rounder ST 17249)  Jerry Garcia plays
on "You're The One".  Released in March, 1987.

Superstars Of The 70's - var. (Warner Special Products SP-4000)  This four
record set, released in 1973, includes "Truckin'" from "American Beauty" on
Side 2, Track 3.

Superstars Of The 70's:  Volume 2:  Heavy Metal - var. (Warner Special
Products)  This four record compilation includes "Johnny B. Goode" from the
1971 "Grateful Dead" album.

Highs Of The Seventies - var. (Warner Special Products 9-27614-2)  This CD,
released in 1987, includes "Truckin'" (5:09).

Arista's Greatest AOR Hits:  Portrait Of A Decade 1975 - 1985 - var. (Arista
AL8-8272)  "Alabama Getaway" is on this record of Arista artists.

Arista's Perfect 10 Rides Again - var. (Arista ARCD 8308)  "Alabama Getaway"
is on this CD collection of Arista artists.

- Go Ahead ( )  This unrelased album included "Nobody's", which was broadcast
on the "Grateful Dead Hour".   http://members.home.net/aligertwood/news.htm
Members included:  Jerry Cortez (guitars), Bill Kreutzman (drums), Alex
Ligertwood (vocals), Brent Mydland (keyboards and vocals), and Dave Margen
(bass).

- Brent Mydland ( )  Mydland recorded and mastered a solo album, but it was
never released.  Intended for this album were "Tons Of Steel", with Monty
Byron on guitar, a rock arrangement of "Maybe You Know", "Nobody's", "Long Way
To Go", and "Dreams".  Betty Cantor-Jackson did the engineering and producing
for this album.  Other songs possibly intended for this 'album' are "Inlay It
In Your Heart", "See The Other Side", and "Take One".  These comprise about 40
minutes of music,  Some of the tapes that circulate in trading circles list a
date of February 25, 1982.  A tape of the original version of "Tons Of Steel"
was played during the intermission of the Dead's June 21, 1984 broadcast from
Toronto.  Brent Mydland authored several songs, including "Fire", in 1987.
Songs, in collaboration with John Perry Barlow, include "You're Still There",
"Love Doesn't Have To Be Pretty", "It Doesn't Matter", and "It Is What It Is".
Songs, in collaboration with Matt Kelly, include "If That's The Way", "Over And
Over", and "Shining Dawn".

In The Dark - Grateful Dead (Arista AL 8452)  According to Arista, released
July 9, 1987.   Available in stores on July 6, 1987.  Only the cassette
version of this release includes "My Brother Esau", inserted at the end of
what is side one of the album.  The "eyes" on the front cover are printed
right side up.  "Tons Of Steel" was originally recorded by Brent Mydland for
his unreleased solo album.  More that 100,000 right side up covers, in all
formats, were printed.  "Day Job" was intended for this album, but was not
included, probably due to the poor audience response to the song when it was
performed live.  The album reached number seven on the charts.  Much of the
album was recorded "live" on stage at the Marin County Veteran's Auditorium.
David Gans added a few lines of lyrics:  "I had that "shipping powders"
couplet in my notes for a song of my own, and I thought it would fit right
into "Throwing Stones" so I gave it to Bobby, and he liked it enough to plug
it in!  My other contribution was changing "You imagine me kissing the toe of
our boot" to "You imagine me sipping champagne from your boot." "  "Black
Muddy River" is an examination of life at forty-five years old.

In The Dark - Grateful Dead (Arista AC 8452)  The cassette release includes
"My Brother Esau", inserted at the end of what is side one of the album.  "My
Brother Esau" is an account of the Vietnam veteran's treatment upon their
return home.

In The Dark - Grateful Dead (Arista AL 8452)  A second version of the front
cover has the "eyes" printed upside-down.  Released in Fall, 1987.

In The Dark - Grateful Dead (Arista ARCD 8452)  Released on CD, in 1987, with
the the "eyes" printed upside-down.

In The Dark - Grateful Dead (Thomsun )  A cassette version released in Saudi
Arabia.

The Gyuto Monks:  Tibetan Tantric Choir  (Windham Hill WH-2001)  Produced by
Mickey Hart.  This studio recording of "Guhyasamaja Tantra, Chapter II"
(23:33) and "Melody For Mahakala" (25:08) was made during their first U.S.
tour in 1985.  Released in 1987.  The covers features a photo of one monk.

The Light Of The Spirit - Kitaro (Geffen GHS 24163)  Produced by Mickey Hart.
Hart (on "percussion and spatial effects") and Dave Grisman (on mandolin)
appear on this September, 1987 release.

Dead Zone - CD Collection - Grateful Dead (Arista ACD6 8530)  A six-CD boxed
collection of:  "Terrapin Station", "Go To Heaven", "Dead Set", "Shakedown
Street", "Reckoning", and "In The Dark".  It includes a 24 page booklet with
the six album covers reproduced full size ("In The Dark" has the upside-down
"eyes") as well as concert and Dead Heads partying photos.  The "Reckoning"
CD does not include "Oh Babe, It Ain't No Lie".  Released in 1987.

Grateful Dead Talk To Themselves (Arista ADP-9630)  A 1987 promotional record
produced by GD publicist Dennis McNally.  Sent out by Arista Records to radio
stations and the press, presumably in lieu of months of individual interviews.

Escape From Noise - Negativland (SST 133)  Credits Jerry Garcia with "Mouth
sounds and chimes" and Mickey Hart with "Percussion and processed animals" on
"Backstage Pass" (1:15).

King Biscuit Flower Hour - The Grateful Dead, Pt. 1 ( )  Portions of the New
Year's Eve, 1987 show.  With cue sheets, for broadcast on February 28, 1988.
On CD only.  Rebroadcast on December 9, 1990.

King Biscuit Flower Hour - The Grateful Dead, Pt. 2 ( )  Portions of the New
Year's Eve, 1987 show.  With cue sheets, for broadcast on February 28, 1988.
On CD only.  Rebroadcast on December 9, 1990.

Liberty - Robert Hunter (Relix RRLP 2029)  With Jerry Garcia and others.
Released on March 1, 1988.

Rock Stars No. 15 - The Grateful Dead (Radio Today Entertainment, 211 West
56th Street, Suite 3A, N.Y., NY 10019)  A two record program of interviews and
music, aired during the week of May 2, 1988.

Legends Of Rock - The Grateful Dead ( )  A two record program for broadcast on
October 2, 1988.

Down In The Groove - Bob Dylan (Columbia OC 40957)  Garcia, Weir, and Mydland
sing backup on "Silvio".  Hunter wrote "Silvio" and "Ugliest Girl In The
World".  Released in June, 1988.

Virgin Beauty - Ornette Coleman and Prime Time (CBS/Portrait OR 44301)  Garcia
plays on "Three Wishes", "Singing In The Shower", and "Desert Players".
Released in June, 1988.

Rarities Radio Show - var. (Radio Today Entertainment, 211 West 56th Street,
Suite 3A, N.Y., NY 10019)  This promotional CD of obscure live cuts from the
Rolling Stones, U2, Eric Clapton, The Who, Hendrix, etc., included some
Grateful Dead material from either the "Historic Dead" or "Vintage Dead"
releases.

Monterey Pop Radio Special - var. ( )  This includes "Viola Lee Blues" and
"Cold Rain And Snow" from the Dead's June 18, 1967 set at the Monterey
International Pop Festival.  On CD only.  Broadcast during the July 4, 1988
weekend.

Those Who Know History Are Doomed To Repeat It - Henry Kaiser (SST Records
198)  Includes "Dark Star/The Other One" and "Mason's Children".  The LP
version of "Dark Star/The Other One" is 25:00 minutes long and does not
include "The Other One".  Robert Hunter speaks the 'mystery lyrics' at the
end of "Dark Star".  Released in August, 1988.  Some of the early records have
the labels on the wrong sides of the record and incorrectly list "Dark Star /
The Other One" as being 30:55 long.  The musicians on the album are from Bill
Frisell's backing group of the time.

Those Who Know History Are Doomed To Repeat It - Henry Kaiser (SST CD 198)
Includes "Dark Star/The Other One" and "Mason's Children".  The CD version of
"Dark Star/The Other One" is 30:55 minutes long and includes "The Other One"
(actually "Cryptical Envelopment").

Grateful Dead Hour - David Gans (Truth and Fun, Inc., 484 Lake Park Avenue,
No. 102, Berkeley, CA 94610)  A nationally syndicated weekly one hour show
featuring interviews, studio and live music, etcetera, hosted by David Gans:
       No. 1 - September 5, 1988 (MJI Broadcasting, New York, NY - on record)
       No. 41 - June 12, 1989 - a repeat of No. 16
       No. 53 - September 18, 1989 (Truth and Fun, Inc. - on tape and DAT)
       No. 58 - October 23, 1989
       No. 59 - November 6, 1989 (no show for 10/30/89 due to S.F. earthquake)
       No. 665 - June 18, 2001  ...and still going strong :-).

Steal This Disc 1 - var. (Rykodisc RCD 00056)  This 1987-released sampler
includes "Wild Horses" from the "Old And In The Way" release.  On CD only.

Steal This Disc 2 - var. (Rykodisc RCD 00076)  This CD-only sampler includes
"Da Bird Song" from the "Hooteroll?" album.

Steal This DAT 2 - var. (Rykodisc RDAT 00100)  This DAT-only sampler includes
"Da Bird Song" from the "Hooteroll?" album.

2400 Fulton Street:  An Anthology - Jefferson Airplane (RCA 90036)  Jerry
Garcia plays on several songs included in this "best of" collection released
in 1987.

2400 Fulton Street:  An Anthology - Jefferson Airplane (RCA 5724-2-R)  Also
released on CD.

The Heart Of Rock - various (Columbia )  Includes the Dead's "Touch Of Grey".
The net proceeds from this record go to the T. J. Martell Foundation for
Leukemia, Cancer, and AIDS Research.

New Frontier - New Frontier (Polydor 835695)  Brent Mydland plays keyboards on
"Motel Rain" on this California's band debut album from September, 1988.  The
band includes Timothy B. Schmidt, David Lindley, and Paulheno Dacosta.  Out of
print.

Nightfood - Brian Melvin's Nightfood (Global Pacific Records/Columbia ZK
40733)  Bob Weir sings on "Fever" and "Mercy, Mercy, Mercy" (written by Joe
Zawinul).  Released in September, 1988.  Recorded at Different Fur Recording
in San Francisco with overdubs and mix done at Bob Weir's home studio.  The
cover shows a night scene of a woman in a short dress and high heeled shoes
standing in front of a red car whose headlights are on.  Possible recording
dates are November 17, 1984 and January 3, 1985.  Jaco Pastorius and Merl
Saunders play on the album.

Nightfood - Brian Melvin's Nightfood (Global Pacific/CBS GPD 333.)  CD release.

Nightfood - Brian Melvin's Nightfood (Grateful Dead GDCD-39022)  CD release.

Watchfire - Peter Sears (Redwood Records RR 8806, Redwood Records, 6400 Hollis
Street, Suite 8, Emeryville, CA 96408)  Garcia plays slide guitar on "Nothing
Personal" and acoustic guitar on "Let The Dove Fly Free".  Hart and Garcia
appear on "One More Innocent".  Hart appears on other tunes.  (An alternate
address may be:  Redwood Records, 8 Laurel Street, Mill Valley, CA 94941.)

Dinosaurs - Dinosaurs (Relix RRLP 2031)  Includes Robert Hunter on "Who Makes
The Moves" which was also written by Hunter.  This also includes Hunter's
"Resurrection Rag".

Living Earth - Living Earth (Relix RRLP 2033)  This contains "Mason's
Children".  Released in October, 1988.

Fiesta En La Biblioteca - The Pontiac Brothers (Frontier FLP 1019)  Contains a
version of "Brown Eyed Women".  This, their third album, was released in 1986.

Doll Hut / Fiesta En La Biblioteca - The Pontiac Brothers (Frontier)  A 1991
release of their second and third albums.

Drums Of Passion:  The Invocation - Babatunde Olatunji (Rykodisc RCD 10102)
Released only on CD and cassette.  Produced by Mickey Hart.

The Traveling Jewish Wedding - The Golden Gate Gypsy Orchestra Of America And
California (Rykodisc RCD 10105, 1988)  Released only on CD and cassette.
Produced by Mickey Hart.  Originally released in 1981.

 - Zahir Hussain (Aspen Records  )  Hart plays percussion on this Spring,
1987 release.  Hussain also appeared on the Diga record.

No Time - The Squalls (Dog Gone Records DOG 0001, Dog Gone Records, P.O.
Box 1742, Athens, GA 30603, DOG 0001)  Includes a version of "Truckin'".
Released in 1988.  Dog Gone Records was started by Jefferson Holt, R.E.M's
manager.

Almost Acoustic - Jerry Garcia Acoustic Band (Concensus Reality/Grateful Dead
GDCD 4005)  A CD-only release of the Fall, 1987 performances at the Wiltern
Theater in Los Angeles.  It includes "Ripple".  Released in December, 1988.

Almost Acoustic - Jerry Garcia Acoustic Band (GD Records GDDLP 5.00036 M)
A two record set pressed on white vinyl and released in Germany (GD
Records/Line Music GmbH, P.O. Box 605220, D-2000, Hamburg, 60, West Germany).

Almost Acoustic - Jerry Garcia Acoustic Band (GD Records GDV 4005, Grateful
Dead Records, 48-50 Steele Road, London, NW10 7AS) a one record UK release
with ten songs on it:  "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot", "Deep Elum Blues", "Blue
Yodel #9", "I'm Here To Get My Baby", and "I'm Troubled"; "The Girl At The
Crossroads Bar", "Oh Babe, It Ain't No Lie", "Casey Jones", "Diamond Joe",
and "Ripple".

Dylan & The Dead - Bob Dylan (Columbia OC 45056)  Bob Dylan live, with the
Grateful Dead backing him, from the July, 1987 shows ("Joey" and "Slow Train"
are from Foxboro; "I Want You" is from Oakland; "Queen Jane Approximately"
is from Eugene; the rest are from Anaheim).  Mixed and edited by John Cutler
at the Dead's studio.  Released on January 18, 1988, or even January 31, 1988,
possibly even on February 6, 1989.

Dylan & The Dead - Bob Dylan (Grateful Dead GDCD 4104)  Released on CD in 1989.

Dylan & The Dead - Bob Dylan (Columbia CD OC 45056)  Released on CD.  This was
released as a special edition/promotional CD.

Dylan & The Dead - Bob Dylan (Columbia CSK 1435)  A promotional "picture CD"
(the album cover appears on the CD).  Contains the following songs:  "Slow
Train" (4:57), "I Want You" (4:51), "Gotta Serve Somebody" (5:51), "Queen Jane,
Approximately" (6:32), "Joey" (5:23), "All Along The Watchtower" (6:24), and
"Knockin' On Heaven's Door" (6:51).

Silverado Trail - Terry Dolan ( )  This anthology album was co-produced with
Dan Healy.

Rainbow Warriors - Greenpeace (Geffen GHS 24236)  A two-record compilation of
recordings by popular Western musicians.  It includes the Dead's "Throwing
Stones" (4:24).  Released in April, 1989.  This was released on various labels
worldwide, including Melodiya in the USSR.

Rainbow Warriors - Greenpeace (Geffen 9 24236-2)  Released on two CDs.

Double Dose - Kingfish (Relix RRCD 2035)  A CD-only release of the "Alive
In '85" (Relix RRCD 2016) and "Kingfish" (Relix RRCD 2005) albums on one
CD.  The songs from "Kingfish" have been reversed with respect to the sides
they were on on the LP.  An uncredited instrumental track appears between the
two albums.  Released in February, 1989.

Double Dose - Keith and Donna Godchaux (Relix RRCD 2020)  A CD-only release of
the "Playing In The Heart Of Gold Band" and "The Heart Of Gold Band" albums on
one CD.  Released in 1989.

Peace On Earth - Country Joe McDonald (Ragababy RAG 1019 - Ragbaby Records,
Box 193316, S.F., CA 94119)  Mickey Hart and Bob Weir play percussion on two
tracks of this 1989 release.  Also released on CD as Line 26048 and as One
Way 31369.

Folkways:  The Original Vision - var. (Folkways/Smithsonian )  Transfer from
original masters to CD done by Mickey Hart and team.  Released in 1990.  The
notes include:  "Special thanks to Mickey Hart of the Grateful Dead..." and
list "Mickey Hart, technical director" of the digital remastering.

Fresh Tracks In Real Time - Tom Constanten (Tom Constanten, P.O. Box 20195,
Oakland, CA  94620)  Includes "Dark Star", "Cold Rain And Snow", "Hesitation
Blues", and others.  Released in July, 1989 on cassette.

Music To Be Born By - Mickey Hart (Rykodisc RCD 20112)  Taro Hart's heartbeat,
via fetal heart monitor, in his mother's, Mary, womb, recorded onto 16 track,
overdubbed with flute, and Mickey Hart on percussion and Bobby Vega on bass.
Produced by Mickey Hart.  Released in April, 1989.

Freedom Chants From The Roof Of The World - Gyuto Monks Tibetan Tantric Choir
(Rykodisc RCD 20113, August, 1989)  Produced by Mickey Hart.  Recorded
("Yamantaka" (27:44) and "Mahakala" (26:58)) at George Lucas's Skywalker Ranch
in January, 1989.  Also included is "#2 For Gaia" (9:17), recorded live at the
Cathedral of St. John the Divine, New York City, on December 3, 1988, with
Hart, Phillip Glass, and Kitaro.

Juggling Suns - Solar Circus (Relix RRCD 2037)  Includes a version of "St.
Stephen"/"The Eleven" (10:12).  Released in September, 1989.

The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test - var. (United Fan Club Society, Goteborg,
Sweden, Stellar Music Special, Series 1, Show 1, SMS001-1) a record (in all
likelihood a bootleg) from the San Francisco State College "Acid Test" of
October 1 and 2, 1966.  It is mostly Ken Babbs (?) talking in the college
radio station's studio, interspersed with a few seconds of what could be
Garcia on guitar, as well as parts of the Garcia, Kesey, et al interviews on
NBC's "Tomorrow" show of May 7, 1981.  Released in March, 1988.

Built To Last - Grateful Dead (Arista AL-8575)  This turned out to be the
Grateful Dead's final studio album.  Released on Halloween, 1989.  The album
was released with a sticker on the front:  "The Dead stack the deck...", and a
"Built To Last" merchandise order form.  The album version does not include
Brent Mydland's "We Can Run".  "Victim Or The Crime" was written by Bob Weir
and actor Gerrit Graham; the melody is a paraphrasing of a section of a work
by Bela Bartok.  Included is Brent Mydland's "I Will Take You Home", written
for his daughters Jennifer and Jessica.  Some of the album was recorded at
George Lucas's Skywalker Ranch studios.  "Believe It Or Not", "Gentlemen,
Start Your Engines", and "Sh*t Happens" were recorded as demos for this album,
but were not released.

Built To Last - Grateful Dead (Arista AC-8575)  The cassette version includes
Brent Mydland's "We Can Run".  Released on October 31, 1989.

Built To Last - Grateful Dead (Arista ARCD-8575)  The CD version includes Brent
Mydland's "We Can Run".  Released on All Hallow's Eve, 1989.

Built To Last - Grateful Dead (Thomsun )  A cassette version released in Saudi
Arabia.

Dead In A Deck - Grateful Dead (Arista ARCD-8575-DL)  A special edition of
"Built To Last" on CD.  Released on October 31, 1989.  This comes in blue
printed packaging which looks like a box of playing cards.  The Jester is
printed on the CD.  It includes photos, a deck of GD playing cards, and an
order form for "Built To Last" merchandise.  The band photos were taken on
August 6, 1989 at the California Expo, Sacramento, California show.

Dead In A Deck - Grateful Dead (Arista AC-8575-DL)  A special edition of
"Built To Last" on cassette.  Released on October 31, 1989.  This comes in
red printed packaging which looks like a box of playing cards.  It includes
photos, a deck of GD playing cards, and an order form for "Built To Last"
merchandise.  The band pictures were taken on August 6, 1989 at the California
Expo, Sacramento, California show.

Transverse City - Warren Zevon (Virgin 91068)  Garcia plays on "Transverse
City" and "They Moved The Moon".  Released in October, 1989.

Grateful Dead Interview Picture Disk Limited Edition - (Baktabak BAK 2148)
A picture disk with interviews released in England by Baktabak Records as part
of the Talking Pictures series (Tabak Ltd., Network House, 29-39 Stirling Road,
London W38 0J)

Up Close With the Grateful Dead (Media America, New York City)  This two hour
show consists of music and interviews.  Broadcast during the weeks of November
20 and 27, 1989.

Timothy White's Rock Stars - The Grateful Dead (Westwood One, Culver City, CA)
This 90 minute show consists of music and interviews with Jerry Garcia and Bob
Weir (the new album, Jerry Garcia's youth, early Dead history, Bob Weir being
adopted) and a studio acoustic version of "The Victim Or The Crime" by Bob Weir
and Rob Wasserman.  Broadcast during the week of November 20, 1989.

Live - Volume 1 - Classic Rock From the 60's and 70's - var. (JCI/Warner
Special Products JCT-3401)  This compilation of various live tracks includes
"Sugar Magnolia" (7:04) from "Europe '72".  Released in late 1989 on cassette
and CD.

Keep On Keepin' On - NRPS (MU Records MCD 31109, MU Records, Suite 413, 6565
Sunset Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90028)  This December, 1989 release on CD includes
"Friend Of The Devil".

Keep On Keepin' On - NRPS (Relix Records RRCD 2057)  This is the Fall, 1992
re-release of the album previously released on MU Records.

The Grateful Dead Ante Up The "Built To Last" Interview (Arista ASCD 9921)
Band interviews by Bonnie Simmons and David Gans with music from "Built To
Last".  This December, 1989 release was produced by David Gans/Truth and Fun
Inc.

Grateful Dead Ante Up The "Built To Last" Interview (Arista ASCD 9921)  A
promotional CD with the interviews.  The cover shows a skeleton hand, coming
in from the upper left, on top of seven playing cards, six of them face down,
and the seventh (top) card showing the title:  Grateful Dead Ante Up The Built
To Last Interview.  "Special promotional CD.  Not for sale" is printed across
the bottom.

No Regrets - Danny Carnahan and Robin Petrie (DNA 70101, DNA Records,
725 Pomona Ave., Albany, CA 94706, (415) 525-4773) includes a version of
"Loser".  Released in February, 1990.  Also available from Gourd Music,
P.O. Box 585, Felton, CA 95018, (831) 425-4939, http://www.gourd.com.

Dzintars:  Songs Of Amber - The Latvian Women's Choir (Rykodisc RCD 10130)
This 76 voice Latvian women's choir was recorded at the Skywalker Ranch
sound stage on April 27, 1989.  It was produced by Mickey Hart and Jerry
Garcia.  Released on CD and tape in March, 1990.  It also includes "So Silent
Is The Ukrainian Night" (2:32) by Pushkin and Shchedrin.

Blues From The Rainforest - Merl Saunders (S2CD-01, Sumertone Records,
P.O. Box 22184, San Francisco, CA 94122, (800) 759-MERL)  Jerry Garcia plays
MIDI-guitar on "Blue Hill Ocean Dance" and "Afro Pearl", electric guitar on
"Blues From the Rainforest", and acoustic guitar on "Sunrise Over Haleakala".
Muruga Booker plays percussion.  Released on CD and cassette (S2CS-16) in
April, 1990.  Also released by Grateful DeadMerchandising as GDCD 3901,
although the CD inside is the Sumertone release.  Also released as Sumertone
2133.

Blues From The Rainforest - Merl Saunders (S2CD-01, Sumertone Records, P.O.
Box 22184, San Francisco, CA 94122 (800) 759-MERL)  A picture disc CD
available only from Sumertone Records.  Released in January, 1991.

Sounds Of The Seventies - var. (Time-Life Books, 1450 East Parham Road,
Richmond, VA 23280 (800) 621-7026)  This series, mastered by Bill Inglot,
includes the Dead's edited single version of "Uncle John's Band" on the
CD/cassette for 1970.  Released in April, 1990.

Sounds Of The Seventies - var. (Time-Life Books, 1450 East Parham Road,
Richmond, VA 23280 (800) 621-7026)  This series, mastered by Bill Inglot,
includes the Dead's edited single version of "Truckin' " on the
CD/cassette for 1971.  Released in April, 1990.

Classic Rock - var. (Warner Brothers 27616, October 25, 1990)  Includes
"Sugar Magnolia" by the Grateful Dead.

If Six Was Nine - Alan Duffy and others (Imaginary Records COMM 18CD,
Imaginary Records, 28 Hopwood Avenue, Hopwood, Heywood, Lancashire
OL10 2AX England, telephone Heywood (0706)624616, and The Communion Label,
P.O. Box 95625, Atlanta, GA 94117)  This English album of Jimi Hendrix cover
versions includes "If Six Was Nine" by The Obsequious Cheeselog, with Bob
Weir on vocals and rhythm guitar, Gary Lambert on bass, Henry Kaiser and
Glenn Phillips on guitars, and Mark McQuade-Crawford on drums.  According
to Gary Lambert:  "the band's name was actually Obseqious CheeseLOG, not
"Cheesecake".  We actually performed around Northern California a number of
times under that name with Henry, Mark and I as the nucleus and various
friends joining us.  "Obsequious Cheeselog" was just a name we came up with
one day as we were idly kicking around parody names for a 60's psychedelic
band."

Heart's Desire - The Henry Kaiser Band (Reckless RECKD 19, Reckless Records,
1401 Haight St., San Francisco, CA 94117)  This live record includes Tom
Constanten on a version of "Dark Star > A Love Supreme > Dark Star".  Released
in March, 1990.  A few bars of "Dark Star" and "China Cat Sunflower" are
played at the end on "Are You Experienced".

Heart's Desire - The Henry Kaiser Band (Reckless Records, 1401 Haight St., San
Francisco, CA 94117)  The CD has fewer selections than the double album.

A Night On The Town - Bruce Hornsby and the Range (RCA/BMG 2041-1)  Garcia
plays on "Barren Ground" and "Across The River".  Released in June, 1990.

Without A Net - Grateful Dead (Arista AL3 8634)  A live album recorded during
the Spring, 1990 tour, with some vocals re-dubbed in the studio.  Released
September 25, 1990 as a three record, two cassette, and two CD package, this
is the world's grandest, largest, best live recording (or so the sticker on
the release package says).  On the cassette and CD releases, "Bird Song"
follows "Cassidy", while on the record, "Bird Song" precedes "One More
Saturday Night".  The album is deadicated to Clifton Hanger (a.k.a. Brent
Mydland).  The probable performance dates are:  "Feel Like A Stranger"
(October 9, 1989), "Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo" (March 21, 1990),
"Walkin' Blues" (October 23, 1989), "Althea" (March 15, 1990), "Cassidy"
(February 25, 1990), "Bird Song" (March 25, 1990), "Let It Grow" (March 14,
1990), "China Cat Sunflower/I Know You Rider" (April 1, 1990), "Looks Like
Rain" (March 28, 1990), "Eyes Of The World" (March 29, 1990) (vocals probably
overdubbed), "Victim Or The Crime" (March 21, 1990), "Help On The Way/
Slipknot!/Franklin's Tower" (March 30, 1990), "One More Saturday Night"
(March 24, 1990), and "Dear Mr. Fantasy" (April 1, 1990).

Without A Net - Grateful Dead (Arista AC2 8634)  Released on September 25,
1990 as a two cassette package.

Without A Net - Grateful Dead (Arista A2CD 8634)  Released on September 25,
1990 as a two CD package.

Without A Net - Grateful Dead (Arista A2CD 8634DL)  Released September 25,
1990 as a limited edition two CD package featuring two picture discs (a
skeleton in a clown costume, with one eye being the CD hole), a 17 inch by 22
inch foldout color poster, and a sixteen page booklet with band photos.

At The Edge - Mickey Hart (Rykodisc RCD 10124)  This musical companion to
Mickey Hart's book "Drumming At The Edge Of Magic".  Personnel includes: Jerry
Garcia, Babatunde Olatunji, Jose Lorenzo, Taro S. Hart, Airto, Zakir Hussain,
Creek Hart, and Sikiru Adepoju.  Released in October, 1990.

The Cauldron Journey Of Healing - Nicki Scully (CAU 3, available from
Ladyslipper, Inc., P.O. Box 3124-R, Durham, NC 27715, (800) 634-6044, (919)
683-1570)  A meditation tape by Nicki Scully, with a musical score by Roland
Barker and Jerry Garcia.  Side One of this cassette release includes narration
by Nicki Scully, and Side Two is just the musical score.

OutSides - Tom Constanten (Tom Constanten, P.O. Box 20195, Oakland, CA 94620)
Includes "Electronic Study #3" (recorded in Bruxelles, September 1-4, 1962, at
the Studio APELAC) which was used in the track "We Leave The Castle" on
"Anthem Of The Sun".  "Alaric's Premonition" is very similar to "What's Become
Of The Baby".  Released in November, 1990 on cassette.

Superstitious Blues - Country Joe McDonald (Ragbaby/Rykodisc RCD 10201)  Garcia
plays on "Superstitious Blues" (3:48), "Starship Ride" (3:06), "Clara Barton"
(3:34) and "Blues For Michael" (6:48), recorded at Fantasy Studios in Berkeley
in Spring, 1990.  Released on January 22, 1991.  Ragababy Records, PO Box
193316, S.F., CA 94119.

Fast Food For Thought - Wartime (Chrysalis 21753)  Recorded at the Zion House
O' Flesh in the Winter of 1989.  This short (29:02) release from 1990 by Henry
Rollins and Andrew Weiss (bass) with Sim Caim (drums) includes a version of
"Franklin's Tower" (7:38).

Fast Food For Thought - Wartime featuring Henry Rollins (Chrysalis
0946 3 21753 2 8)  A CD version released in 1994.

Five Man Acoustical Jam - Tesla (Geffen 24311)  An acoustic concert taped in
Philadelphia during the Summer of 1990.  This album includes a shortened
version of "Truckin'" (final chorus > "...Sweet Jane..." > the next verse's
chorus > bridge with a few alterations) on the track "Comin' Atcha
Live/Truckin'" (7:23).

The Jack Kerouac Collection - Jack Kerouac (Rhino 70939)  A boxed set of the
complete recorded works of Jack Kerouac.  The 40 page booklet includes
commentary by Jerry Garcia.  Released in 1990.

Blues In The Mississippi Night - var. (Rykodisc RCD 90155)  This single CD
features Memphis Slim, Big Bill Broonzy, and Sonny Boy Williamson, as told
and recorded by Alan Lomax.  It comes packaged with a thick booklet in a
double-CD box and the liner notes say "Thanks to Mickey Hart".

Up Close Volume 5:  The World Sampler featuring Mickey Hart - Presented by
Rykodisc and Boston Acoustics (Rykodisc RCD PRO 9006)  A "For Promotion Only"
sampler available through Boston Acoustics.  It consists of previously
released material:  "The Beast" (The Rhythm Devils from "Apocalypse Now
Sessions"); "Skywater" (Mickey Hart from "At The Edge"); "Blow Wind Blow"
(The Dzintars from "Songs Of Amber"); "Akiwowo (a cappella)" (Babatunde
Olatunji from "Drums Of Passion:  The Beat"); "Akiwowo" (Babatunde Olatunji
from "Drums Of Passion:  The Beat"); "Tal Mala" (Diga Rhythm Band from
"Diga"); "Reunion (I, II)" (Hart, Airto, and Purim from "Dafos"); and "Pigs In
Space" (Mickey Hart from "At The Edge").  All tracks produced by Mickey Hart
for 360 Degree Productions, except "Blow Wind Blow", produced with Jerry
Garcia.  This CD was available from Boston Acoustics until December 31, 1990.

Venu - Hariprasad Chaurasia and Zakir Hussain (Rykodisc RCD 20128, 1989)
Classical flute music from India that is both devotional and romantic.
Features tabla master Zakir Hussain.  Part of Mickey Hart's "The World"
series.

Voices Of The Rainforest - Steven Feld (Rykodisc RCD 10173, 1991)  Soundscape
of a day in the life of the Kaluli people of Papua New Guinea's rainforest, a
haunting record of an endangered culture in its vanishing environment.  Part
of Mickey Hart's "The World" series.

Honor The Earth Powwow:  Songs Of The Great Lakes Indians (Rykodisc RCD 10199)
Produced by Thomas Vennum Jr. and Mickey Hart.  This recording, made in
July 20, 1990, in northern Wisconsin near Lake Superior, documents a Native
American Powwow.  It features drummers and singers of the Ojibwa, Menominee,
and Winnebago tribes of the Great Lakes region.  This is a celebration of life,
to honor the earth and thank the Creator with a night of song, dance, and
drums.  Part of Hart's "The World" series.

Welcome To Our World:  1990 Rykodisc Sampler Of THE WORLD - var. (Rykodisc RCD
PRO 9002).  This consists of previously released material:  "Blow Wind Blow"
(Dzintars from "Songs Of Amber"); "Sweet Sixteen" (Diga Rhythm Band from
"Diga"); "Akiwowo" (Babatunde Olatunji from "Drums Of Passion:  The Beat");
"Kori" (Babatunde Olatunji from "Drums Of Passion:  The Invocation"); "The
Groom" (from "The Music Of Upper And Lower Egypt"); "Dry Sands Of The Desert"
(Mickey Hart, Airto, and Flora Purim from "Dafos"); "Tov L'Hodot" (The Golden
Gate Gypsy Orchestra from "The Traveling Jewish Wedding"); "Mwashah" (Hamza El
Din from "Eclipse"); "Compound" (The Rhythm Devils from "The Apocalypse Now
Sessions"); "Alop And Jor" [edit] (Hariprasad/Zakir Hussain from "Venu");
(Mickey Hart, Taro Hart from "Music To Be Born By" [edit]); "Raga:  Bageshree"
[edit] (Ustad Sultan Khan from "Sarangi:  The Music Of India"); "Yamantaka"
[edit] (The Gyuto Monks from "Freedom Chants From The Roof Of The World").
Produced by Mickey Hart.

Around The World (For A Song):  1991 - Rykodisc Sampler Of THE WORLD series
(Rykodisc RCD 00217).  This consists of previously released material:  "Udu
Chant" (Mickey Hart from "Planet Drum"); "Sweet Sixteen" (Diga Rhythm Band
from "Diga"); "Blow Wind Blow" (Dzintars from "Songs Of Amber"); "Akiwowo
(a cappella)" (Babatunde Olatunji from "Drums Of Passion:  The Beat"); "Kori"
(Babatunde Olatunji from "Drums Of Passion:  The Invocation"); "The Groom"
(from "The Music Of Upper And Lower Egypt"); "Dry Sands Of The Desert"
(Mickey Hart, Airto, Flora Purim from "Dafos"); "Tov L'Hodot" (The Golden
Gate Gypsy Orchestra from "The Traveling Jewish Wedding"); "Mwashah" (Hamza
El Din from "Eclipse"); "Bamboo Jews Harp" [edit] (from "Voices Of The
Rainforest"); "Compound" (Rhythm Devils from "The Apocalypse Now Sessions");
"Alop And Jor" [edit] (Hariprasad/Zakir Hussain from "Venu"); "Raga:
Bageshree" [edit] (Ustad Sultan Khan from "Sarangi:  The Music Of India");
"Yamantaka" [edit] (The Gyuto Monks from "Freedom Chants From The Roof Of The
World"); "Grand Entry Song" (Little Otter Singers from "Honor The Earth
Powwow, Songs Of The Great Lakes Indians"); "Sky Water" [edit] (Mickey Hart
from "At The Edge").  Produced by Mickey Hart.

Deadicated:  A Tribute To The Grateful Dead - var. (Arista 8669)  A
compilation of covers of Grateful Dead songs, especially recorded for this
album, and produced by Ralph Sall.  It includes:  Los Lobos ("Bertha"), Bruce
Hornsby ("Jack Straw"), The Harshed Mellows ("U.S. Blues"), Elvis Costello
("Ship Of Fools"), Suzanne Vega ("China Doll > Cassidy"), Dwight Yoakam
("Truckin'"), Warren Zevon and David Lindley ("Casey Jones"), The Indigo Girls
("Uncle John's Band"), Lyle Lovett ("Friend Of The Devil"), The Cowboy Junkies
("To Lay Me Down"), Midnight Oil ("Wharf Rat"), Burning Spear ("Estimated
Prophet"), Dr. John ("Deal"), and Jane's Addiction ("Ripple > The Other
One").  "U.S. Blues" was recorded by a makeshift group including Dan Baird and
Mauro Magellan of the Georgia Satellites, Mike Campbell, Benmont Tench and
Stan Lynch of the Heartbreakers, and vocalist Michelle Malone.  Released
April 23, 1991.  The artists, Mikio and William Giese, drew hidden faces of
animals in the rose on the front cover, and skeletons in the inner sleeve
artwork.

Deadicated: A Tribute To The Grateful Dead - var. (Arista 8669)  This was also
released as a special promotional package consisting of an eight inch square
of heavy paper which folds out into a three panel picture with a pocket for
the CD.  On the outside is the rainforest design in brown and the same design
appears inside in green.  The artwork on the 7 inch square booklet cover is
the same as the cover, and includes two paintings by Mikio, photos of and
comments by each of the artists.  The CD also has the rainforest design on it,
with one line of printing at the bottom.

Deadicated:  A Tribute To The Grateful Dead - var. (Arista Records, Inc.
304179)  This is a two record set made in West Germany and released in
England.  It has the same graphics as the CD and the sleeve contains the same
information as the booklet.

One From The Vaults - Grateful Dead (Grateful Dead GDCD 4013-2)  The August
13, 1975 "Blues For Allah" show at the Great American Music Hall in San
Francisco, released from The Tape Vault.  Mastered by Joe Gastwirt of
Oceanview Digital.  Available in stores on April 18, 1991.  Released April 30,
1991, or possibly even April 15, 1991.  The first CD is 53:20 long and the
second is 75:00.  Although the set break actually occurred after "King
Solomon's Marbles" and "Around And Around" was the last song performed, on the
CD, "Around And Around" and the break announcement have been placed after
"King Solomon's Marbles" on the first CD.  Also, Bill Graham's joke (during
the intro) about winning double-or-nothing from Ron Rakow is not included.  A
detailed equipment list is included.

One From The Vaults - Grateful Dead (GDV3 4015, Grateful Dead Records, 48-50
Steele Road, London, UK NW10 7AS)  A three record set made in West Germany and
released in England.  The sleeve info is the same as on the CD, with the
following additional info:  "This LP was made by copying the CD Master tape
onto DAT, and adding the side breaks and then direct metal master for Vinyl."
The inside of the gatefold has several black and white photos from the
performance and the equipment list is not included.

Alive And In The Present - Jerry Garcia Band (Arista 18690)  A live album
released on August 27, 1991.  The 140:52 minute, double CD release includes:
"The Way You Do The Things You Do", "Waiting For A Miracle", "Simple Twist Of
Fate", "Get Out of My Life, Woman", "Sisters And Brothers", "I Shall Be
Released", "Dear Prudence", "Deal", "Stop That Train", " Senor", "Evangeline"
(the Los Lobos song), "The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down", "Don't Let Go",
"Lucky Old Sun", and "Tangled Up In Blue".

Garcia/Grisman - David Grisman and Jerry Garcia (Acoustic Disc ACD-02,
Acoustic Disc, P.O. Box 4143, San Rafael, CA 94913, 800-221-3472,
http://www.dawgnet.com)   Live 'Grateful Dawg' music, released July 12, 1991.
This CD includes: "Grateful Dawg", "Two Soldiers", "Friend Of The Devil",
"Russian Lullaby", "Dawg's Waltz", "Walkin' Boss", "Rockin' Chair", "Arabia",
and "The Thrill Is Gone".  Some twenty tunes were recorded at these sessions,
of which nine were released.

Garcia/Grisman - David Grisman and Jerry Garcia (Grateful Dead GDCD-39032)
CD release by Grateful Dead Merchandising.

Bluegrass Reunion - David Grisman (Acoustic Disc ACD-04)  More bluegrass.  The
group consists of Red Allen, David Grisman, Herb Pedersen, Jim Buchanan, James
Kerwin, with special guest Jerry Garcia.  There are 16 tracks, with a total
running time 47:26.  Garcia sings on a Stanley tune "The Fields Have Turned
Brown" and on "Ashes Of Love" by Anglin and Wright.

CSN - Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young (Atlantic 82319-2)  Garcia, Lesh, and
Kreutzmann appear on this retrospective collection of songs by the various
members of CSNY.  Released in October, 1991.

Infrared Roses - Grateful Dead (Arista/Grateful Dead GDCD 40142)  Released on
November 1, 1991.  A musical collage of various "Space" and "Drums" segments
put together by Bob Bralove.  Portions of "Silver Apples Of The Moon" are from
November 1, 1990.  "Apollo At The Ritz" features Branford Marsalis from March
29, 1990.  "Post Modern Hi-Rise Table Top Stomp" includes Willie Green from
July 10, 1989.  "Riverside Rhapsody" starts with the last few notes of "Uncle
John's Band".  "Sparrow Hawk Row" includes Dan Healy on effects.
"Parallelogram" starts off with a double trap set and segues into a "The
Beast" and timbales solo.  "Little Nemo In Night Land" consists of Garcia,
Weir, and Lesh, with Lesh's parts coming from about a dozen different shows.
The cover art was designed by Jerry Garcia.

Another Way To Find You - Chris Smither (Flying Fish FF 568)  This "live" (in
the studio with an audience) recording made on December 28 and 29, 1989 at
Soundtrack Studios in Boston includes a performance of "Friend Of The Devil"
(3:11).  Released in 1991.

Another Way To Find You - Chris Smither (HighTone HCD 8088)  This is a 1998
re-release on CD.  http://www.hightone.com or http://www.smither.com

Trios - Rob Wasserman (MCA/GRP 4021)  Jerry Garcia (piano) and Edie Brickell
(vocals) play on "Zillionaire" and also on "American Popsicle".  Bob Weir
plays on "Easy Answers".  Bruce Hornsby and Branford Marsalis play on
"White-Wheeled Limousine".  The CD was released in April, 1991.

Trios - Rob Wasserman (Grateful Dead GDCD 4137)

Trios - Rob Wasserman (Mobile Sound Fidelity Labs Ultradisc 752, 1999,
http://www.mofo.com)  A 24 carat gold plated CD release.

Jazayer plus Ali Jihad Racy - Jazayer (EarthBeat EBD 2549, EarthBeat, Music
For Little People, P.O. Box 1460, Redway, CA 95560, (800) 346-4445)  A
selection of Middle Eastern classical and dance music, recorded by Mickey Hart
and Dan Healy at Montgomery Chapel, in San Anselmo, CA.  The group includes
Vince Delgado (who was in Diga), and features Ali Jihad Racy.  Music For
Little People is a company that sells music and musical instruments for
children.

A Box Of Rain - Live 1990 - Robert Hunter (Rykodisc RCD 10214)  Released on
August 20, 1991.   As Hunter says:  "The nine live tunes are from my December
'90 tour.  Direct recordings were made of all the shows but audience tapes cut
on Dr. Sam's DAT recorder (last night of the tour, The Warfield, S.F.) were
generally juicier than the board tapes.  The three board tapes I did select
were "Deal" from the same night, recorded by Chris Kathman, and "Franklin's
Tower" and "Space" from Boston, recorded by Bill Blaine.  The three studio
cuts that begin and end the album were engineered by yours truly.  All cuts on
the album are 2-track stereo without overdub.  Joe Gastwin EQ'd, plucked some
clicks and pops off the tracks and smoothed the transitions during
mastering."  The album contains:  "Box Of Rain" (a studio version recorded for
this album), "Scarlet Begonias" (studio recording), "Franklin's Tower", "Jack
Straw", "Brown Eyed Women", "Reuben and Cerise", "Space", "Deal", "Promontory
Rider", "Ripple", "Boys In The Barroom", and "Stella Blue" (a studio
recording).

Planet Drum - Mickey Hart (Rykodisc RCD 10206)  A musical companion to Mickey
Hart's book "Planet Drum".   Released in September, 1991 (official date is
October 1, 1991).  Mickey Hart went on a book signing tour in the Fall of 1991.

Planet Drum - Mickey Hart (Ryko Gold Records RCD )  A limited edition gold
plated CD.

Zakir Hussain and The Rhythm Experience -  Zakir Hussain and The Rhythm
Experience (Moment Records MRCD 1007)  On this November, 1991 release, Mickey
Hart is credited with playing 'Found metal' on "Balinese Fantasy" (3:50).

Sonatas By Hayden, Schubert, Beethoven - Tom Constanten (Mauroy Records
MR2001, 1991)

Live in Concert: Tom Constanten at the Piano - Tom Constanten (Mauroy Records
MR2002, Mauroy Records, 691 10th Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94118,
(415) 386-6036 or (415) 386-8400) this 50:34 CD of classical piano works
recorded on December 6, 1992 at the Old First Church in San Francisco with a
cover photo of Tom Constanten in front of the Golden Gate Bridge was released
in 1996.  It includes "Modern Love Waltz" (2:42) by Philip Glass and Tom
Constanten's "Dejavalse" (1:41).

Desert Island Discs - var. (MJI Broadcasting (212) 245-5010) the October 20,
1991 segment of this syndicated show included Bob Weir's selections of what
records he would bring if he were marooned on an island.

Jerry Garcia Interview By Scott Muni -  (Arista ADP 2377)  Jerry Garcia
interviewed on September 13, 1991 by WNEW-FM's (NYCity) Scot Muni.  The
questions were prepared by David Gans.  Arista turned the interview into a
disc that was sent to radio stations to promote the "Alive And In The
Present" album by the Jerry Garcia Band.  This was released only on vinyl.
Released in December, 1991.

Devout Catalyst - Ken Nordine (Grateful Dead GDCD 40152)  Ken Nordine's 'word
jazz', backed live by David Grisman and Jerry Garcia, with an appearance by
Tom Waits.  It includes "So What" played behind one of the raps.  Recorded in
March, 1991 at the Front Street studio.  Produced by Dan Healy.  Released in
January, 1992.

Save The Planet So We'll Have Someplace To Boogie - Merl Saunders (Sumertone
Records S2CD-2153, (800) 759-MERL)  On some CD packages, the title was
misspelled as "Save The Planet So We'll Have Some Place To Boobie".  This
double-disc, live album, recorded at Wetlands in New York City and Great
American Music Hall, includes "Sugaree".  Released in November, 1991.

Neal Cassady - Drive Alive (Key-Z Productions, P.O. Box 764, Pleasant Hill, OR
97455, (503) 741-1119)  A 60 minute soundtrack taken from a series of tapes
Neal Cassady made in 1965.  Backed by the Warlocks, Cassady takes a verbal
joyride through his life, his cars, his women, and the lessons he learns
along the way.  Additional music by Jerry Garcia.

Tricker - Ken Kesey and the Thunder Machine (Key-Z Productions, 755 Polk
Street, Eugene OR 97402, (503) 741-1119)  A 60 minute tape.  Side A consists
of the story "Little Tricker The Squirrel Meats Big Double The Bear" told by
Ken Kesey and accompanied by the Thunder Machine Band.  Side B includes three
songs written by Kesey and performed by Kesey and the Thunder Machine Band
with Jerry Garcia on lead guitar.

Nicky Holland - Nicky Holland (Epic Associated ZK 47413)  Released in 1992,
this album includes a cover of "Box Of Rain".  From the press release for this
album, her comments on "Box Of Rain":  "I was introduced to the Grateful
Dead's music by my sister's boyfriend when I was 13.  I have since recognized
that a lot of my passion for the band was teenage infatuation.  However, some
of their songs never left me - this has always been my favorite."

Two From The Vault - Grateful Dead (Grateful Dead GDCD 40162)  The second in
the "from the vault" series, this time the August 24, 1968 show (according to
the liner notes).  Released in May, 1992.

Two From The Vault - Grateful Dead (GDV3 , Grateful Dead Records, 48-50 Steele
Road, London, UK NW10 7AS)  A three record set made in West Germany and
released in England.   The second in the "from the vault" series.

Three From The Vault - Grateful Dead (Grateful Dead GDCD )  The third in the
"from the vault" series, this time the February 19, 1971 show.  Although mixed
in the Fall, 1992, release of this show had been put on hold by Phil Lesh.

Nightfall Of Diamonds - Tom Constanten (Relix Records RRCD 2046)  This 1992 CD
includes "Dark Star", featuring Henry Kaiser on guitar.  It also includes a
very short "Friend Of The Devil" and "Cold Rain And Snow" which includes a
few lines from "Doin' That Rag".  "Cold Rain And Snow" also appears on "Fresh
Tracks In Real Time".  "Cold Rain And Snow", "I Know You Rider", and "Friend
Of The Devil" also appear on "The Relix Bay Rock Shop No. 2".  "Cold Rain And
Snow" and "And We Bid You Good Night" also appear on "Relix Sampler #4".  "And
We Bid You Good Night" also appears on "Dead Delites Volume 1".

The Other Side Of This - Airto (Rykodisc RCD 10207, 1988)  Produced by Mickey
Hart.  It features Airto Moreira with Mickey Hart, Zakir Hussain, Babatunde
Olatunji, Flora Purim, and T. H. "Vikku" Vinayakram.  It includes the Hart and
Moreira composition "Terra E Mar" (6:03).

Jefferson Airplane Loves You - Jefferson Airplane (RCA 61110)  Jerry Garcia
plays on several songs included on this three CD "best of" released in
October, 1992.

Astronauts and Heretics - Thomas Dolby (Giant/Reprise 24478-2)  Jerry Garcia
and Bob Weir play on "Beauty of a Dream..." on this (Dolby's fourth album)
released in November, 1992.  Garcia's and Weir's parts were recorded in August
of 1990 (just after the time of Brent Mydland's death), at one of the Dead's
rehearsals with Bruce Hornsby.

He's All I Need - San Quentin State Penitentiary Mass Choir (Prison Bible
Studies, PO Box 446, San Quentin CA 94960, 800-225-3323)  Mickey Hart produced
this cassette of prisoners and guards singing in the prison church choir.
Released in November, 1992.

Still Truckin' - Grateful Dead (Baktabak CBAK 4039)  A CD with Mickey Hart
(about 36 minutes) and Bob Weir (about 8 minutes) interviews, with a picture
of Garcia on the cover.  The interviews sound like they were made backstage
before a show, and appear to be from around 1990.  Released in November, 1992,
in England.

Healing Chants - Airto Moreira (Rykodisc RCD )  Produced by Mickey Hart.  It
is uncertain if this was ever released.

Live At Sweetwater - Hot Tuna (Relix RRCD 2058)  This live album, recorded on
January 27 and 28, 1992, includes Bob Weir singing background vocals on
"Maggie's Farm".  Released on November 17, 1992.  Also released on CD as
Castle CCR115.

40 oz. To Freedom - Sublime (Skunk Records 0001-2, http://www.skunk.com)  This
1992 release includes a reggae version of "Scarlet Begonias" with some changed
lyrics.  Also released in Japan and Australia.

40 oz. To Freedom - Sublime (MCA Canada 11474)  This 1995 Canadian re-release
includes a reggae version of "Scarlet Begonias" with some changed lyrics.

Step On It:  The Best Of "The Ska Parade" - var. (A To Y Productions)  This
"best of" "The Ska Parade" radio show includes "Scarlet Begonias" by Sublime.

It's In The Air - Merl Saunders (Sumertone 2163)  Includes a cover version of
Hunter's "Resurrection Rag" (7:15).  Released in 1993.

The Spirit Cries - var. (Rykodisc RCD 10250)  Another Mickey Hart
ethno-musicological album, featuring Central American and Caribbean tribal
music compiled from Library of Congress tapes.  Released March 15, 1993.  Part
of the Library of Congress "Endangered Music Project" series.

Live At Sweetwater Two - Hot Tuna (Relix RRCD 2062)  This live album, recorded
on January 27 and 28, 1992, includes Bob Weir.  Released on October 1, 1993.

Morning Dew - Tom Constanten (Relix RRCD 2063)  Includes TC playing "Mountains
Of The Moon" on piano.  This version of "Mountains Of The Moon" also appears
on "Relix Bay Rock Shop Volume Nine - Tribute To Jerry Garcia".

Harbor Lights - Bruce Hornsby (RCA/BMG 66114)  Jerry Garcia appears on this
album released in March, 1993.  It had been planned for release in the Spring
of 1991.

Men Are Made in the Paint - Bill Walton (Issues 002, 1993)  Mickey Hart and
Jerry Garcia wrote liner notes for this audio guide to the world of basketball.

The Relix Bay Rock Shop No. 1 - Featuring "The New Riders Of The Purple
Sage" - var. (Relix RBRS0001)  This 1992 release includes songs by Robert
Hunter and performances by the NRPS.

The Relix Bay Rock Shop No. 2 - Featuring Tom Constanten - var. (Relix
RBRS0002)  This release features performances by Tom Constanten.

Rare, Live & Classic - Joan Baez (Vanguard)  This promotional CD for the
three CD box set includes "Jack-A-Roe" (4:00), where members of the Grateful
Dead are backing Joan Baez.  Released in September, 1993.

Rare, Live & Classic - Joan Baez (Vanguard VCD3-125/27)  This three CD box set
includes "Jack-A-Roe" (4:00), where members of the Grateful Dead are backing
Joan Baez.  This track was taken from the unreleased album which Joan Baez
recorded with the Grateful Dead in late 1981.  Released in September, 1993.

Dead Ringers - Dead Ringers (Relix RRCD2060)  This tribute album by Tom
Constanten, David Nelson, and Barry Flast includes the Grateful Dead's
"Mountains Of The Moon", "Cumberland Blues" (which is also on "Dead Delites
Volume 3"), "Truckin'" (which is also on "Dead Delites Volume 2"), "Deal",
and an instrumental version of "Dark Star" (which is also on "Dead Delites
Volume 1").

Common Chord  - David Grisman and Daniel Kobialka (Cymekob 803)  Garcia plays
on this album released in 1993.

Appalachian Swing - The Kentucky Colonels (Rounder SS31, 1993)  Jerry Garcia
wrote the liner notes for this re-released album, which was originally
released in 1964 on World Pacific 1821.

Acoustic Disc - 100% Handmade Music - var. (Acoustic Disc ACD-08)  Jerry
Garcia plays on this compilation album of Acoustic Disc artists.  The version
of "Louis Collins" that appears on here is an alternate take from the "The
Pizza Tapes" album, and is performed by Garcia, Grisman, and Rice.

Not For Kids Only - David Grisman and Jerry Garcia (Acoustic Disc ACD-09)  A
collection of "children's" songs.  Released in August, 1993.

- Zero ( )  A live album recorded at the Great American Music Hall in late
1992 or early 1993.  It includes several tunes by Robert Hunter.  Produced
by Dan Healy with Bob Bralove and Harry Popick.  To be released.

Chance In A Million - Zero (Whirled 1960)  Released in 1994.  Vince Welnick
plays on this album.  Several of Robert Hunter's songs are performed:  "Chance
In A Million" (6:41), "Horses" (6:51), "Catalina" (7:47), "End Of The World
Blues" (7:47), and "Home On The Range" (9:30).

Relix Sampler #4 - var. (Relix RRCD 2049)  Includes "Haight Street Slither",
"That There Old West", "Cold Rain and Snow", and "And We Bid You Goodnight",
performed by Tom Constanten.  This CD, with the "Wheel Of Fortune" television
program cover, was released in 1992.

Gray Folded - John Oswald (Swell/Artifact SW/ART 1969-94)  John Oswald applies
Plunderphonics to the Grateful Dead's "Dark Star".  This two CD album was
originally released with just the first CD ("Transitive Axis"), with an order
form enclosed for the second CD ("Mirror Ashes").  The second CD was shipped
once the second CD was available.  At that time, when the second CD was
available, the album was made available in the stores with both CDs.  This is
"Dark Star", not as the Grateful Dead played it, but as you wish they would
play it the next time.  http://www.plunderphonics.com

Gray Folded Radio Edits - John Oswald (Swell/Artifact S/A 1969R)  John Oswald
applies Plunderphonics to the Grateful Dead's "Dark Star".  This CD contains
two tracks:  "Transitive Axis" (5:22) and "La Estrella Oscura" (3.44).

Gray Folded - John Oswald (Snapper Music/Recall SMDCD 215 or SNP 14215)  The
2 CD set released in October, 1999 in the UK on the Snapper Music's "Recall"
label.

Valley Style - Ka'au Crater Boys (Roy Sakuma Productions RS 4000)  This 1993
release by Troy Fernandez and Ernie Cruz Jr. includes "Friend Of The Devil".
http://www.ukulele-roysakuma.com

Just Another Band From East L.A. - Los Lobos (Slash/Warner Bros. 9 45367-2)
This boxed set, released August 31, 1993, includes a live version of "Bertha",
recorded live at a Los Lobos concert on November 6, 1992.

Solar Circus:  A Historical Retrospective - Solar Circus (Relix RRCD 2064)
This 1993 release includes "Dark Star > The Other One > El Paso > The Other
One > Dark Star" (10:23), which also appears on "Dead Delites Volume 3".

The Infinite Summer Of Love - var. (Taxim Records TX 2016,
http://www.taxim.com)  This CD tribute album to 1967 psychedelia music
includes The Beast covering "The Golden Road (To Unlimited Devotion)" (3:13).

Wasted Tasters 1971-75 - NRPS ( )  This Australian release includes Hunter's
"Kick In The Head".

Endangered Music Project (Library of Congress)  Mickey Hart worked on many of
the releases in this series, including "Music For The Gods", and album of
gamelan music recorded in the 1930's.

Kerosene Hat - Cracker (Virgin 39012)  This 1993 album includes "Loser" (6:06).

Hang Out Your Poetry - Ceremony (Geffen DGCD 24523)  Released in 1993, this
group included Chastity Bono.  Jerry Garcia plays guitar on the album.

The Bobs Cover The Songs Of... - The Bobs (Rounder 9049,
http://www.rounder.com)  This 1994 release includes an a cappella version of
"The Golden Road (To Unlimited Devotion)" (2:06).  http://www.bobs.com

The Music Of Bill Monroe:  From 1936 to 1994 - Bill Monroe (MCA 11048)
Jerry Garcia wrote some of the liner notes for this four CD boxed set that was
released in 1994, in which he speaks of his desire to be a "Blue Grass Boy".

Encore Live (All The Cats Join In Volume Two) - The Buck Clayton Legacy (Nagel
Hayer Records, Nagel-Heyer 18, November 15, 1994)  Bob Weir wrote the liner
notes for this live recording of a tribute to Buck Clayton's trumpet work
with the Count Basie Orchestra.

Fruitcakes - Jimmy Buffet (Margaritaville/MCA MCAD 11043)  This May 24, 1994
release includes a 'parrothead' version of "Uncle John's Band" (4:30).

Warriors - KFOG Jam - var. (Warrior WARR 1045-2)  This compilation CD was
released, in April, 1994, by San Francisco radio station KFOG
(http://www.kfog.com) and the Golden State Warriors basketball team to benefit
the Bay Area Public School Music Program.  It includes the Grateful Dead
performing "Bird Song" (from March 29, 1990, with Branford Marsalis) and
Cracker performing a live version of "Loser".  This version of "Bird Song"
later appeared on "So Many Roads".

Greatest Hits (Vol. 3) - Bob Dylan (Sony/Columbia 66783, November 15, 1994)
Includes Robert Hunter's "Silvio", on which Garcia, Weir, and Mydland sing
backup vocals.

Bay Rock Shop No. 5 - Relix Magazine's 20th Anniversary - var. (Relix
RBRS0005)  Includes performances by the NRPS and Tom Constanten.

Dick's Picks Volume 1 - Grateful Dead (Grateful Dead GDCD 4018)  Released in
December, 1993.  A two CD release from the December 19, 1973 show at the
Curtis Hixon Convention Center in Tampa, Florida.  Some songs have been edited
for content and the allocated time.  Phil Lesh's bass solo was edited out at
his insistence.  The cover is a take-off of the Ampex brand 7 inch reel to
reel tape box.

Dick's Picks Volume 1 - Grateful Dead (GDPD 4018, Grateful Dead Records, 48-50
Steele Road, London, NW10 7AS)  These are the UK and European released CDs.

Cool In The Furnace - Throbbing Ember (Sourpuss Records)  This 1994 release
includes a reworked "The Wheel".  http://www.endresnet.com/ember.html

Dick's Picks Volume 2 - Grateful Dead (Grateful Dead GDCD 4019)  Released in
March, 1995.  A single CD release from the Halloween, 1971 show at the Ohio
Theatre in Columbus, Ohio.  The cover is a take-off of the Ampex brand 7 inch
reel to reel tape box.

Dick's Picks Volume 2 - Grateful Dead (GDPD 4019, Grateful Dead Records, 48-50
Steele Road, London, NW10 7AS)  This is the UK and European released CD.

Acoustic Disc - 100% Handmade Music, Volume II - var. (Acoustic Disc ACD-16)
Jerry Garcia plays on "Hot Corn, Cold Corn" (4:02) and "Teddy Bear's Picnic"
(4:27).  This compilation album of Acoustic Disc artists was released on
June 23, 1993.

Code Of The West - Joe Gallant and Illuminati (Scratchy Records)  This 1994
CD includes "Unbroken Chain".

That High Lonesome Sound - Old And In The Way (Acoustic Disc ACD-19)  Garcia
plays on these live recordings from the Boarding House in San Francisco in
October, 1973.

Live In Japan - NRPS (Relix RRCD 2065, August, 1993)  Includes "Ripple"
(which is also on "Dead Delites Volume 1" and "Relix's Best of the New NRPS"),
"Dire Wolf", and "Friend Of The Devil" (both of which are also on "Dead
Delites Volume 2").

Relix Magazine's 20th Anniversary Concert - var. (Relix RRCD 2066)  Includes
"Dire Wolf" by the Dead Ringers and a medley of "Hand Jive > The Eleven >
Around And Around".

Music Of Indonesia:  Music For The Gods - var. (Rykodisc 10315, 1994)  This
51:54 long restored collection of gamelan music was produced by Mickey Hart
and Al Jabbour.  Part of the Library of Congress "Endangered Music Project"
series.

Acoustic Edge: Great Acoustic Music of The 90's - var. (Rhino 71969)  Includes
"Grateful Dawg" with David Grisman and Jerry Garcia.

Hot House - Bruce Hornsby (RCA 66584)  Jerry Garcia plays on this July 18,
1995 release.

Smoke - var. (Hollywood 2024)  Garcia plays on "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes" on
the soundtrack to this movie.  Released in 1995.

Blue Incantation - Sanjay Mishra (Raindog Records 98)  Garcia plays on three
tracks on this 1995 release.

The Music Never Stopped:  Roots Of The Grateful Dead - var. (Shanachie 6014)
Original versions of 17 songs that the Grateful Dead played often and became
favorite covers.  Released in November, 1995.

The Music Never Stopped:  Roots Of The Grateful Dead - var. (Shanachie 6014)
This CD was also released as a "limited edition picture disc" in 2001.

Carry On - Country Joe McDonald (Shanachie 8019, February 20, 1996)  "Lady
With The Lamp" (4:08), taken from the "Superstitious Blues" album, features
Jerry Garcia.

Hundred Year Hall - Grateful Dead (Arista 14020)  The April 26, 1972 show.
Released on two CDs on September 26, 1995.  The cover features a stained glass
window showing the band members.  Another in "from The Vault" series.

Dick's Picks Volume 3 - Grateful Dead (Grateful Dead GDCD 4021)  Released on
November 7, 1995.  A three CD release from the May 22, 1977 show at the
Sportatorium in Pembroke Pines, Florida.  The cover is a take-off of the Ampex
brand 7 inch reel to reel tape box.

Dick's Picks Volume 3 - Grateful Dead (GDPD 4021, Grateful Dead Records, 48-50
Steele Road, London, NW10 7AS)  These are the UK and European released CDs.

Eternity Blue - Henry Kaiser (Shanachie 6016, http://www.shanachie.com)  This
78:29 long CD, released in 1995, includes "Mason's Children" (5:58), "High
Time" (4:31), "Blues For Allah" (29:54), Cold Rain And Snow" (4:50) (from
Henry Kaiser's "Hope You Like Our New Direction" album on Reckless Records
with Robin Petrie and Danny Carnahan), "Dark Star" > "A Love Supreme" > "Dark
Star" (20:18) (from the "Heart's Desire" album), "Blue Eternity" (9:24), and
"Brokedown Palace" (4:34).

Dick's Picks Volume 4 - Grateful Dead (Grateful Dead GDCD 4023)  Released on
March 1, 1996.  A three CD release from the February 13, 1970 and St.
Valentine's Day, 1970 late shows at the Fillmore East.  The cover is a
take-off of the Ampex brand 7 inch reel to reel tape box.

Dick's Picks Volume 4 - Grateful Dead (GDPD 4023, Grateful Dead Records, 48-50
Steele Road, London, NW10 7AS)  These are the UK and European released CDs.

King Biscuit Flower Hour Presents:  Kingfish In Concert - Kingfish (King
Biscuit Flower Hour Records 70710-8800602, http://www.king-biscuit.com,
800-548-3227)  This February 27, 1996 two CD release of Kingfish's (with Bob
Weir) live performance from April 3, 1976 includes the Grateful Dead's "Lazy
Lightning/Supplication" and "One More Saturday Night".  On some CDs, Weir's
last name is misspelled "Wier".

Live! Fillmore West 1969 - Country Joe & The Fish (Vanguard 139/40, March 12,
1996)  Hart and Garcia play on the "Donovan's Reef Jam".

Dick's Picks Volume 5 - Grateful Dead (Grateful Dead GDCD 4024)  Released in
May, 1996.  A three CD release from the December 26, 1979 show at the Oakland
Auditorium Arena in Oakland, California.  The cover is a take-off of the Ampex
brand 7 inch reel to reel tape box.

Dick's Picks Volume 5 - Grateful Dead (GDPD 4024, Grateful Dead Records, 48-50
Steele Road, London, NW10 7AS)  These are the UK and European released CDs.

Dick's Picks Volume 6 - Grateful Dead (Grateful Dead GDCD 4026)  Released in
October, 1996.  A three CD release from the October 14, 1983 show at the
Hartford Civic Center in Hartford, Connecticut.  "Spinach Jam" is the
alternate name for "Spanish Jam", which is loosely based on the Miles Davis
composition "Solea" on his "Sketches Of Spain" album.  The cover is a take-off
of the Ampex brand 7 inch reel to reel tape box.

Dick's Picks Volume 6 - Grateful Dead (GDPD 4026, Grateful Dead Records, 48-50
Steele Road, London, NW10 7AS)  These are the UK and European released CDs.

Play Terrapin Station - The Mudkats (Solana Records, June, 1996)  This CD
features a version of "Terrapin Station".  The recordings started on
August 10, 1995 and took almost four months to complete.
http://www.chime.com/mudkats/

Blue Morning - Toni Brown (Relix RRCD 2074)  This 1996 release includes covers
of "The Wheel" (which also appears on "Relix's Best Of Truck Driving Songs")
and "Box Of Rain" (which also appears on "Dead Delites Volume 2").

Monday Prayer To Tunkashila - Pat Mallinger (PJM Productions,
[email protected])  This CD, released on December 15, 1995, includes
jazz versions of "China Doll" and "Cassidy".
http://206.152.229.11/bandmain/patmallinger/_patmallinger.html

The Vineyard Sound - Volume Two - var. (Avex/Critique, 888-773-6864,
http://www.petersimon.com)  This 1995 collection of songs performed by
Martha's Vineyard artists includes Robert Hunter's "Liberty" performed by
Mischief.

DGQ-20 - The David Grisman Quartet (Acoustic Disc ACD-20, 1996)  Garcia
appears on this three CD compilation album.

Still Having Fun - Merl Saunders (Sumertone 2173 http://www.merlsaunders.com
[email protected] 415-759-8100, 415-564-7798 (fax))  This CD, released in
1995, includes live versions of "Sugaree" and "Fire On The Mountain".

Shady Grove - Jerry Garcia and David Grisman (Acoustic Disc ACD-21)  "Oh, The
Wind And The Rain", an Appalachian mountain tune, owes it roots to "Cruel
Sister", a British folk song (performed by Pentangle and other groups).
Released in 1996.

A Child's Celebration Of Folk Music - var. (Warner Bros./Music for Little
People 9 42585-2, 1996)  Grisman and Garcia perform "There Ain't No Bugs On
Me" (4:47).

Heroes of Country Music, Vol. 5:  Legends of Country Rock - var. (Rhino 72444,
June 18, 1996)  Includes "Glendale Train" by the New Riders Of The Purple Sage.

Acoustic Disc - 100% Handmade Music, Volume III - var. (Acoustic Disc ACD-24)
Jerry Garcia plays this compilation album of Acoustic Disc artists.  Included
is an alternate take of "Stealin'", by Jerry Garcia and David Grisman, taken
from the "Shady Grove" CD.

Sloan Wainwright - Sloan Wainwright (Farkie CD-1)  This self-released CD
includes "Box Of Rain".

Sloan Wainwright - Sloan Wainwright (Waterbug WBG 23, http://www.waterbug.com
800-466-0234)  This August 6, 1996 re-released CD includes "Box Of Rain".

If A Tree Falls - var. (Rhino 72495, September 17, 1996)  Vince Welnick plays
on this album, which includes "The Devil And The Trees" (3:45), co-written by
Robert Hunter.

Second Sight - Second Sight (Shanachie 5716, October 15, 1996)  Jerry Garcia,
Bob Weir, and Vince Welnick appear on this album by Henry Kaiser, Bob Bralove,
and Bobby Strickland.

Television's Greatest Hits:  Volume Six - var. (Tee Vee Toons 1800,
November 5, 1996)  This compilation of television soundtracks includes the
theme music to the "New Twilight Zone" television program by the Grateful
Dead, and the theme to the 1981 series "Vietnam:  A Television History" which
was scored by Mickey Hart.

The Vineyard Sound - Volume Three - var. (Avex/Critique, 888-773-6864,
http://www.petersimon.com)  This 1996 collection of songs performed by
Martha's Vineyard artists includes "The Wheel" performed by Mischief.

The Arista Years (Best Of The Grateful Dead) - Grateful Dead (Arista 18934)  A
two CD "best of" collection of the Grateful Dead's releases on the Arista
label.  Released on October 15, 1996.

Dozin' At The Knick - Grateful Dead (Arista 14025)  A three-CD release from
the March 24, 25, and 26, 1990 shows at the Knickerbocker Arena in Albany, New
York.  The "first set" is a composite from March 24 and 25, 1990.  It includes
the entire second set from March 25, 1990, and a portion from the second set
from March 26, 1990.  Released on October 29, 1996.  The cover features a "Rip
van Winkle" character in front of the street scene at the Knickerbocker
Arena.  This could be considered the fourth in the "From The Vault" series.

Count Basie Remembered (Volume One - Recorded Live In Hamburg) - The New York
Allstars (Nagel Hayer Records, Nagel-Heyer 31, November 2, 1996)  Bob Weir
wrote the liner notes for this album.

Selections From The Arista Years 1977 - 1995 - Grateful Dead (Arista 30632)
Released on January 13, 1997, this is a 14 track "best of" taken from the
"The Arista Years" album.

Dick's Picks Volume 7 - Grateful Dead (Grateful Dead GDCD 4027)  Released in
March, 1997.  A three CD release of songs taken from the September 9 to 11,
1974 shows at the Alexandra Palace in London, England.  The cover shows the
British-flagged SYF flying carpet ticket.

Dick's Picks Volume 7 - Grateful Dead (GDPD 4027, Grateful Dead Records, 48-50
Steele Road, London, NW10 7AS)  These are the UK and European released CDs.

Acoustic Disc - 100% Handmade Music, Volume IV - var. (Acoustic Disc ACD-32)
Jerry Garcia plays this compilation album of Acoustic Disc artists.  Included
is a bonus track of Jimmie Rodgers' "Blue Yodel #9", recorded by Jerry
Garcia and David Grisman during Garcia's final studio session in July, 1995.

Fire On The Mountain:  Reggae Celebrates The Grateful Dead - var. (Pow Wow
POW 7462)  Various reggae artists interpret Grateful Dead songs on this CD
released in April, 1996.

How Sweet It Is - Jerry Garcia Band (BMG/Arista 4051)  These recordings from
April and August 1990 at the Warfield Theatre in San Francisco were released
on April 15, 1997.

Relix Records Best of Blues, Vol. 1, featuring Jorma Kaukonen - var. (Relix
RRCD 2086, April 15, 1997)  Bob Weir appears on this CD.

Relix's Best of Kingfish - Kingfish (Relix RRCD 2084, April 15, 1997)  This
album includes Willie Dixon's "Hidden Charms".  The cover is similar to the
first Kingfish album (Round/UA RX 108 RX-LA564-G) cover, in that it has
Neptune riding a winged fish over the waves, but against a blue wave
background.

Furthur - var. (Hybrid HYB 20012)  Released on May 13, 1997.  Artists who
performed on the first (1996) Furthur Festival tour are featured.  Included
are versions of "Bertha" by Los Lobos (which is also on "Just Another Band
From East L.A."), "Fire On The Mountain" by Mickey Hart's Mystery Box,
"I Need A Miracle" by Ratdog, and a live "Jack Straw" by Bruce Hornsby.

Furthur More - var. (Hybrid HYB 20003)  Released in June, 1997.  More music
from artists which appeared on the 1996 Furthur Festival tour.  Included on
this CD are "All Along The Watchtower" (recorded at the Liberty State Park
show in 1996) with Bob Weir, a live "Proud Mary" > "Not Fade Away" from 1996,
"St. Stephen" > "Cassidy" by Ratdog, "Terrapin Station" > "I Know You Rider"
by Bruce Hornsby (which is from "The Concert For The Rock and Roll Hall Of
Fame" CD), and a studio track by Mickey Hart and Planet Drum.

Dick's Picks Volume 8 - Grateful Dead (Grateful Dead GDCD 4028)  Released in
June, 1997.  A three CD release from the May 2, 1970 show at Harpur College in
Binghamton, New York.  The first 1:45 of "St. Stephen" are missing on the
master tapes.  "Cold Rain And Snow", which was played after "Good Loving", was
not included.  The cover shows a top-hatted skeleton riding the green dancing
bear-ed SYF flying carpet ticket.

Dick's Picks Volume 8 - Grateful Dead (GDPD 4028, Grateful Dead Records, 48-50
Steele Road, London, NW10 7AS)  These are the UK and European released CDs.

Fallout From The Phil Zone - Grateful Dead (Grateful Dead/Arista 14052)  A two
CD release of personal favorites and historically relevant rare material,
selected by Phil Lesh.  Released on June 17, 1997.

A Night In New York - Kingfish (Relix RRCD 2089, September 9, 1997)  A live
performance from My Father's Place in Roslyn, New York.  The cover of this
album, which includes "Hypnotize", features two crossed guitars against a
night time cityscape.

Relix's Best Of Truck Driving Songs - var. (Relix RRCD 2083,
http://www.relix.com)  This includes a version of "The Wheel" (which is also
on "Blue Morning") by Toni Brown.

For The First Time In America - Elvis Costello and Steve Nieve (Rykodisc,
1996)  on the second disc of this five CD box set of live performances is
included "Ship Of Fools", which was recorded at the Fillmore in San
Francisco.  http://www.costello-online.com/albums.html

Charity Of Night - Bruce Cockburn (Rykodisc 10366)  Rob Wasserman and Bob Weir
appear on this February 4, 1997 release.

Terrapin Station Limited Edition - Grateful Dead (Grateful Dead GDCD 4055)
This very special, limited, collector's edition three CD set of the March 15,
1990 show comes packaged in a die-cut and sequentially numbered slip case, and
includes a 9 1/2 inch by 14 inch poster by Mouse and Kelley.  Released in
September, 1997.

Fillmore East 2-11-69 - Grateful Dead (Arista 14054)  A two CD release of the
February 11, 1969 show at the Fillmore East in New York City.  The early
show:  "Good Morning, Little School Girl", "Cryptical Envelopment" > "The
Other One" > "Cryptical Envelopment", "Doin' That Rag", "I'm a King Bee",
"Turn On Your Lovelight" > "Hey Jude".  The late show:  "Dupree's Diamond
Blues" > "Mountains Of The Moon" > "Dark Star" > "St. Stephen" > "The
Eleven" > "Drums" > "Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks)" > "Feedback" > "We Bid
You Goodnight".  Released on October 28, 1997.  The cover features a red
riding hood-ed wolf, in front of the Fillmore East, looking up Second Avenue.
Released on October 28, 1997.

Dick's Picks Volume 9 - Grateful Dead (Grateful Dead GDCD 4029)  Released on
October 28, 1997.  A three CD release from the September 16, 1990 show from
Madison Square Garden.  The Dick's Picks Vault Party was held in October, 1997
at the Wonderland Ballroom in Revere, Massachusetts.  The cover shows King
Kong wearing a tie-dyed tee shirt on the SYF flying carpet ticket.

Space Debris - Space Debris (Roswell Records, 1997,
http://www.ns.net/~pthfind/)  Includes an eleven minute version of "Dark Star".

DeadBeats Acoustic - DeadBeats (DeadBeats, 1996,
http://www.netshel.net/~deadbeat)  This CD of cover versions of Grateful Dead
songs was recorded live at The Nevada Theater, Nevada City, CA on October 29,
1996.

The Blues For Allah Project - Joe Gallant and Illuminati (Knitting Factory
Works, 1996, http://www.knittingfactory.com)  Recorded live in January, 1996
at the Knitting Factory in New York City, this CD covers much of the "Blues
For Allah" album.  The live recordings were originally scheduled for August,
1995, but cancelled due to Jerry Garcia's death on the 9th of that month.

The Jazz Voice - var. (Knitting Factory Works)  This collection includes
"The Music Never Stopped" by Joe Gallant and Illuminati from their "The
Blues For Allah Project" album.

Calling Up The Spirits - Dick Dale (Beggars Banquet 80184, May 21, 1996)
Vince Welnick plays on this album.

Live At Roseland Ballroom - Gov't Mule (Foundation/A&A Records 720907-1301-2,
October 28, 1996, http://www.mule.net)  On this live recording from December
31, 1995, near the end of "Trane", the "St. Stephen" theme is hinted at
several times.  The first 250 copies of this album were signed by the band
members.

Live At Roseland - Gov't Mule (Foundation/A&A Records 720907-1301-2, 1996,
http://www.mule.net)  This was also released as a promo CD.

I Love Everything - Will Hale & The Youth Beat Movement (Tadpole Parade, 1996,
http://www.angelfire.com/mn/willhale)  This collection of children's songs
includes "Brokedown Palace".

The Concert For The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame - var. (Columbia, 1996)  Bruce
Hornsby briefly plays "Terrapin Station" on piano before playing "I Know You
Rider" with his band.  This is also included on "Furthur More".

Doorway To The Angels - Juggling Suns (Relix RRCD 2079, 1996)  This album, by
former Solar Circus guitarist Mark Diomede, includes "Eyes Of The World"
(which also appears on "Dead Delites Volume 3"), "Shakedown Street", "New
Speedway Boogie", "The Other One", and "Love In The Afternoon".

Live Medicine - The Mighty Manatees Medicine Show (Hungadunga Music, 1996,
http://www.mightymanatees.com)  This includes a cover of "Franklin's Tower".

Dark Star:  The Music Of The Grateful Dead - David Murray Octet (Astor Place
TCD 4002, May 29, 1996, http://www.astorplace.com)  This album of various
Grateful Dead songs, recorded after Jerry Garcia's death in 1995, includes
Bob Weir on "Shoulda Had Been Me", from Weir's forthcoming musical project
about Leroy "Satchel" Paige.

Mitakuye Oyasin Oyasin/All My Relations - The Neville Brothers (A&M Records
960515, June, 1996)  Includes a version of "Fire On The Mountain".
"Mitakuye Oyasin" is a Lakota phrase which means "We are all related".
http://www.nevilles.com

Long Live The Dead:  A Tribute To The Grateful Dead - Billy and Terry Smith
(K-Tel 3452-2, 1996)  An album of country-music and bluegrass versions of a
number of Grateful Dead songs:  "Friend Of The Devil" (3:18), "U. S. Blues"
(4:36), "Uncle John's Band" (3:25), "Sugar Magnolia" (2:33), "Touch Of Grey"
(4:49), "Casey Jones" (2:28), "Ripple" (3:32), "Truckin'" (4:01), "Sugaree"
(4:46), and "Alabama Getaway" (2:39).

Breakdown - Old & In The Way (Acoustic Disc ACD-28, 1997)  Garcia plays on
this recording of live performances from 1973.

Better Shred Than Dead:  The Dick Dale Anthology - Dick Dale (Rhino 72631,
June 10, 1997)  Vince Welnick plays on this album.

Marching To Mars - Sammy Hagar (UNI/MCA 11627)  Released on May 20, 1997.
Mickey Hart is credited with "percussion" and with "sequencing" on the title
track.  Mickey Hart and Mike Clink are credited with producing the title track.

Marching To Mars - Sammy Hagar (MSI 27590)  A Japanese release of the album.

Huckleberry Jam - var. (HYP 1967)  This benefit raiser for the Huckleberry
House includes a version of "Bertha" played by the Grateful Dead.  Released
in 1997.  Approximately 20,000 copies of this CD were made available in the
San Francisco area.

Dick's Picks Volume 10 - Grateful Dead (Grateful Dead GDCD 4030)  A three CD
release of songs taken from the Winterland Arena (in San Francisco) shows of
December 29, 1977 show (except for "Sunrise" and "It Must Have Been the
Roses") and December 30, 1977 ("Estimated Prophet" > "Eyes Of The World" >
"St. Stephen" > "Sugar Magnolia").  The cover shows the poster-ed SYF flying
carpet ticket.  The release date was March 7, 1998, the date of the "Dick's
Picks Release" party.

Dick's Picks Volume 11 - Grateful Dead (Grateful Dead GDCD 4031)  Released on
June 9, 1998.  A three CD release from the September 27, 1972 show at the
Stanley Theater in Jersey City, New Jersey.  The cover shows the Statue of
Liberty emerging from the SYF flying carpet ticket.

Dick's Picks Volume 1 - Grateful Dead (Arista/GDCD 140182)  The December 19,
1973 show.  Sold in retail stores in 1998.

Dick's Picks Volume 2 - Grateful Dead (Arista/GDCD 140192)  The October 31,
1971 show.  Sold in retail stores in 1998.

Dick's Picks Volume 3 - Grateful Dead (Arista/GDCD 140212)  The May 22, 1977
show.  Sold in retail stores in 1998.

Dick's Picks Volume 4 - Grateful Dead (Arista/GDCD 140232)  The February 13
and 14, 1970 late shows.  Sold in retail stores in 1998.

Dick's Picks Volume 5 - Grateful Dead (Arista/GDCD 140242)  The December 26,
1979 show.  Sold in retail stores in 1998.

Dick's Picks Volume 6 - Grateful Dead (Arista/GDCD 140262)  The October 14,
1983 show.  Sold in retail stores in 1998.

Dick's Picks Sampler - Grateful Dead (Arista/GDCD )  A sampler from the
"Dick's Picks" series, made available as an introductory offer, and often
given away for free with purchases of the "Dick's Picks" series, in stores
when the first six "Dick's Picks" releases were offered for sale in retail
stores.

ONXRT: Live From The Archives, Volume 4 - var. (WXRT 83333)  20,000 copies
were released by Chicago radio station WXRT on Tuesday, November 24, 1998 to
benefit Friends Of The Parks.  It includes the Grateful Dead performing
"Sugaree" (9.36) from the April 11, 1987 show at the UIC Pavilion, Chicago.
Produced by John Farneda.  No longer available from WXRT Radio Chicago, 4949
W. Belmont Avenue, Chicago, IL 60641, (773) 777-1700, http://www.wxrt.com

Merl Saunders & Friends:  Keepers - Merl Saunders (Fantasy 7712, October 21,
1997)  Jerry Garcia appears on this Merl Saunders 'from the Fantasy Records
vaults' release.

Keeper Of The Key - David Nelson Band (David Nelson Band DNB 9701, December,
1997, http://www.nelsonband.com)  Includes Robert Hunter's "Kick In The Head".

Fiesta Amazonica - Merl Saunders (Sumertone 2183, http://www.merlsaunders.com,
January 20, 1998)  Vince Welnick, Bill Kreutzmann, Bob Weir, and Jerry Garcia
play on this CD.

A Child's Celebration Of Lullaby - var. (Kid Rhino/Music For Little People
R2 72935, October 28, 1997)  Includes Grisman and Garcia playing "A Shenandoah
Lullaby" (7:48).  Also includes "Cody's Song" (4:08) by Kathie Lee Gifford.

Live on Letterman:  Music From The Late Show - var. (Warner Bros. WB 46827,
November 18, 1997)  This collection of live performances from the "The David
Letterman Show" includes a performance of "Friend Of The Devil" (3:41) by
Jerry Garcia and David Grisman.

Douglas Sampler - var. (Douglas 200, 1997)  This compilation includes "South
Side Strut" from the "Hooteroll?" album by Jerry Garcia and Howard Wales.

Supralingua - Mickey Hart (Rykodisc 10396, August, 1998)  Originally released
as two CDs:  one of the album, and one of remixed songs and interviews.

Supralingua - Mickey Hart (Rykodisc 1058)  Remixes released in September,
1998.  Originally released as two CDs:  one of the album, and one of remixed
songs and interviews.

Mellow Rock Hits Of The 70's:  Ventura Highway - var. (WEA/Atlantic/Rhino
72517, February 4, 1997)  Includes "Uncle John's Band" by the Grateful Dead.

Power of Rock:  16 Classic Rock Hits - var. (Madacy 6805, October 14, 1997)
Includes "Truckin'" by the Grateful Dead.

Classic Rock:  The Number Ones - var. (Simitar Ent. 5550, January 27, 1998)
Includes "Truckin'" by the Grateful Dead.

Feel The Buzz - Spacin' - var. (Simitar Ent. 5594, June 30, 1998)  Includes
"Casey Jones" by the Grateful Dead.

Feel The Buzz - No Pain - var. (Simitar Ent. 5595, June 30, 1998)  Includes
"Truckin'" by the Grateful Dead.

Soft Rock Classics:  48 Super Hits - var. (Rhino 71549, October 27, 1998)
Includes "Uncle John's Band" by the Grateful Dead.

Jake's Leg - Jake's Leg (Jake's Leg, http://www.jakesleg.com)  This 1997
release, recorded at Hanger 9 in Carbondale, IL on April 5, 1995, includes
cover versions of "Help On The Way" > "Slipknot" > "Franklin's Tower", "Bird
Song", "Brokedown Palace", "Cassidy" > "Eyes Of The World" > "Looks Like
Rain", and "Shakedown Street".

Natural Habitat - Kuli Loach (Kuli Loach Records, 1997,
http://www.halcyon.com/wardk/kuli_loach/index.html)  This self-released CD,
recorded at The Highliner in Seattle and the Fourth Street Tavern in Olympia,
Washington, includes a version of "Shakedown Street".

Bridges To Bert - Leftover Salmon (Hollywood Records HOL 162107, March, 1997)
The words and melody to "Pasta On The Mountain" are based on the Grateful
Dead's "Fire On The Mountain".

The Bridge School Concerts:  Volume One - var. (Warner Bros./Reprise 46824,
November, 1997)  This recording from various benefit concerts for the Bridge
School includes Ministry performing "Friend Of The Devil" with some changed
lyrics:  "Spent the night in Utah, In a cave up in the hills, Trying to find
the devil, But I doubt I ever will".

The Twilight Zone - Vol. One (Silva America/CBS SIL 3011, Silva Screen
Records America, 1600 Broadway, Suite 910, New York, NY 10019, (212)
757-1616, (212) 757-2374 (fax), [email protected])  This 41:56 long CD was
released on September 15, 1998.  It conatins the original soundtrack music
from the 1985 television series features music composed, produced, and
performed by the Grateful Dead and Merl Saunders.

Dick's Picks Volume 12 - Grateful Dead (Grateful Dead GDCD 4032)  A three-CD
release of songs taken from the June 26, 1974 (Providence Civic Center,
Providence, Rhode Island) and June 26, 1974 (Boston Music Hall, Boston) shows.
The "Mind Left Body" Jam on the songlists is a typo.  The cover shows a
skeleton-ed Minuteman, on bended knee, playing a guitar, on the SYF flying
carpet ticket.  Released in October, 1998; previewed on KPFA by David Gans on
October 14, 1998, during their fundraiser.

A Talk With Jerry Garcia - Interview by Joe Territo (Beserkley 48337-006 02
http://www.sonofbeserkley.com)  various interviews with Jerry Garcia.
Released in 1996.  Also released in 1998 as Blackheart 370060.

The Songs Of Jimmie Rodgers:  A Tribute - var. (Sony 67676, 1997)  Includes
"Blue Yodel #9", played by David Grisman, John Kahn, and Jerry Garcia.  This
was to be Garcia's last studio recording, made in July, 1995.

Relix Bay Rock Shop Vol. 9 - Tribute to Jerry Garcia (Relix RBRS0009)
Released in 1996.

Guitar Player Presents Rock: The 60s, Vol. 2 - var. (Rhino R2-70562)  This
compilation includes "Love Scene" by Jerry Garcia.

Norma Waterson - Norma Waterson (Hannibal/Rykodisc HAN 1393, June 11, 1996)
Includes a version of "Black Muddy River" (4:19) with Richard Thompson playing
guitar behind her.

Fire On The Mountain (Vol. 2):  Reggae Celebrates The Grateful Dead - var.
(Pow Wow POW 7466)  More reggae artists interpret more Grateful Dead songs on
this CD released in May, 1997.

The Golden Age Of Underground Radio, Vol. 2 - var. (DCC 130)  This compilation
of voiceovers by disc jockey B. Mitchell Reed includes, as track 26, "Grateful
Dead Concert Commercial", which has "Casey Jones" as the background music.
Released on September 9, 1997, the album time length is 62:44.

Backbone - Backbone (Arista/GDCD 4056, 1997)  Bill Kreutzmann joined this
group while living in Hawaii.  Contains a version of "New Speedway Boogie".

Bob Weir Rob Wasserman Live - Bob Weir and Rob Wasserman (Arista/Grateful Dead
GDCD 14053, January 13, 1998)  A collection of songs performed by the
pre-Ratdog duo of Bob Weir and Rob Wasserman, recorded in the Fall of 1988 and
the Summer of 1992.  It includes:  "Festival" (4:48), by Bob Weir; "The
Winners" (4.00), a Rudyard Kipling poem arranged by Bob Weir; "This Time
Forever" (4:31), by Bob Weir and John Perry Barlow; and "Shade of Grey"
(4:41), by Bob Weir and John Perry Barlow.

Mother McCree's Uptown Jug Champions - Mother McCree's Uptown Jug Champions
(Grateful Dead GDCD 4064)  The pre-Warlocks jug band recorded live in July,
1964 at the Top Of The Tangent in Palo Alto, CA.  It includes Jerry Garcia,
Bob Weir, and Pigpen.  Released on CD in March, 1999.  For detailed info,
check:  http://www.geckographics.com/GeckoGraphics/mccrees.html

Pickin' On The Grateful Dead - David West and var. (CMH Records CMH 8022,
June, 1997)  Bluegrass inspired versions of various Grateful Dead songs.

Friends Of Mine - Ramblin' Jack Elliot (HighTone Records HCD 8089, March,
1998, http://www.hightone.com)  Bob Weir and Ramblin' Jack Elliot perform
"Friend Of The Devil" (4:14).  In 1976, Bob Weir circled this song title on
the back cover of the "American Beauty" album and wrote:  "Learn this song,
Jack."

So What - David Grisman and Jerry Garcia (Acoustic Disc ACD-33)  Culled from
three five-hour sessions in July, 1992 at which were recorded:  the MJQ's
"Baggs's Groove", Miles Davis's "Milestones", "Stealin'", "Drink Up And Go
Home", "Shady Grove", and James Brown's "If You Leave Me".  Released on
August 18, 1998.

New Visions:  World Rhythms - var. (WEA/Atlantic/Rhino 75268, April 21,
1998)  Includes "Temple Caves" (3:13) by Mickey Hart and "Ife L'Oju L'Aiye"
(6:49) by Babatunde Olatunji.

Live Volume 1:  Music Of The Grateful Dead And Beyond - Illuminati (Relix
RRCD 2091)  A live recording of Joe Gallant and Illuminati covering various
Grateful Dead songs:  "West L.A. Fadeaway", "Feel Like A Stranger", "Bird
Song", and "Corrina".  Upon being released, the CD was pulled from
distribution because "Corrina" was recorded here before it had been recorded
by the Grateful Dead; once this song was released in 1999 on "The Strange
Remain", the CD was allowed to be distributed.

Live Volume 2:  Music Of The Grateful Dead And Beyond - Illuminati (Relix
RRCD 2092)  A live recording of Joe Gallant and Illuminati covering various
Grateful Dead songs, including "The Music Never Stopped" (which also appears
on "Dead Delites Volume 3"), "Playing In The Band (Intro)", "Love In The
Afternoon", "Eyes Of The World", and "Playing In The Band (Reprise)".

The Strange Remain - The Other Ones (Arista/Grateful Dead GDCD 4062)  This
two CD release was recorded live during the 1998 Furthur Festival.  The CD
features Bob Weir, Phil Lesh, and Mickey Hart, with Bruce Hornsby, Ratdog
saxophonist Dave Ellis, drummer John Molo, and guitarists Mark Karan and Steve
Kimock.  The track listings (and venue) for CD One:  "St. Stephen/The Eleven"
(13:55) (7-17-98, Riverport), "Jack Straw" (7:11) (7-22-98, Irvine), "Sugaree"
(12:05) (7-17-98, Riverport), "Corrina" (10:54) (7-25-98, Shoreline), "Only
The Strange Remain" (8:18) (7-16-98, Chicago), "White-Wheeled Limousine"
(7:31) (7-19-98, Fiddler's Green), "Estimated Prophet" (14:12) (7-16-98,
Chicago) (total 1:14:06).  The track listings (and venue) for CD Two:
"Playing In The Band" (11:58) (7-13-98, Pine Knob), "The Other One" (8:10)
(7-25-98, Shoreline), "Banyan Tree" (8:31) (?), "Rainbow's Cadillac" (11:26)
(7-22-98, Irvine), "Mountains Of The Moon" (5:16) (7-22-98, Irvine), "Friend
Of The Devil" (6:43) (7-25-98, Shoreline), "Baba Jingo" (8:01) (7-21-98, Las
Vegas), "China Cat Sunflower" > "I Know You Rider" (13:18) (7-12-98, Polaris)
(total 1:13:18).  Multi-track recordings were made of all the shows from
7-11-98 (Alpine Valley) to the end of the tour.  On the album, Mark Karan is
located on the left and Steve Kimock is located on the right.

Into The Now - Into The Now (Acme Records, http://www.intothenow.com)  This
1998 release includes "Brokedown Palace".

Count Basie Remembered (Volume Two - Recorded Live In Hamburg) - The New York
Allstars (Nagel Hayer Records, Nagel-Heyer 41, June 9, 1998)  Bob Weir wrote
the liner notes for this album.

The Yoruba/Dahomean Collection: Orishas Across The Ocean - var. (Rykodisc ,
November 3, 1998)  A collection of field recordings from the 1940's.  Part of
the Library of Congress "Endangered Music Project" series.  Produced by Mickey
Hart.

Welcome To Our World - JGB (House Of Blues, http://www.hob.com)  The remaining
members of the Jerry Garcia Band (hence the band's name "JGB") released this
album in 1998, which includes "Mission In The Rain" (7:00) and "Dark Star".

Realms - Jamie Janover (Realm Music, http://www.realmmusic.com, 1998)
Includes a version of "Dark Star" played on hammered dulcimer, violin, and
bass.

Side Trips Volume One - Howard Wales and Jerry Garcia (Grateful Dead/Arista
GDCD 4061, 1998)  Live "Hooteroll?" material from 1970, featuring Wales,
Garcia, John Kahn, and Bill Vitt.

Kerouac:  Kicks Joy Darkness - var. (Rykodisc RykoReadings 10329)  26
different artists, including Robert Hunter ("Have You Ever Seen Anyone Like
Cody..."), read selections from Jack Kerouac's works.  Robert Hunter offered
this about his reading (April 14, 1997, on-line journal):  "I recorded my
piece, from "Visions of Cody", in my car, sitting in traffic with the windows
rolled down, playing a tape of Kerouak (sic) scat singing "Foggy London Town"
over the stereo.  It was a definite moment.  Take One."

Great Expectations - var. (Atlantic 83058, January 6, 1998)  The original
soundtrack for this movie includes "Uncle John's Band" by the Grateful Dead.

Missing Man Formation - Vince Welnick (Grateful Dead GDCD 4058)  Includes
"Samba In The Rain" and other songs written with John Perry Barlow ("The Devil
I Know") and Robert Hunter ("Golden Stairs").  Released in 1998.

Fish-Tree-Water Blues - var. (Bullseye Blues & Jazz/Rounder BEYE 9618)  Ratdog
with Charlie Musselwhite (on harp) perform "Take Me To The River" on this
compilation album released on April 6, 1999.
http://www.rounder.com/rounder/catalog/bylabel/beye/9618/9618.html

Blue Light Rain - Jazz Is Dead (Zebra Records 44009, http://www.zebradisc.com,
June 9, 1998)  Includes versions of "Crazy Fingers", "Unbroken Chain",
"Scarlet Begonias", "Dark Star", "King Solomon's Marbles", and a "Blues For
Allah" medley, which includes "Help On The Way" > "Slipknot!" > "Franklin's
Tower".

Too Many Years... - Jorma Kaukonen (Relix RRCD2094, http://www.relix.com,
1998)  Includes a version of "Friend Of The Devil".

3rd Annual Gathering On The Mountain - var. (Relix RRCD2099)  Tom Constanten
and the Donna Jean Band perform on this live recording from August 8 and 9,
1998 at Big Boulder Ski Area in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania.

Put Some Style In It - Lounge Brigade (Shanachie 5732,
http://www.shanachie.com, 800-497-1043)  This 1998 release includes a 'lounge'
version of "Touch Of Grey".

Dick's Picks Volume 13 - Grateful Dead (Grateful Dead GDCD 4033)  A three-CD
release from the May 6, 1981 show from Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale, New
York.  Announced by Dick Latvala during the KPFA Fund Drive Marathon in
January, 1999.  Disc two includes a hidden track of "Scarlet Begonias" > "Fire
On The Mountain" from November 1, 1979.  The Dick's Picks Vault Party was on
March 13, 1999, at The Palladium in Worcester, Massachusetts.  The cover
features a five-armed starfish fractal.

Merl Saunders With His Funky Friends - Live! - Merl Saunders (Sumertone 2193,
http://www.merlsaunders.com, September 15, 1998)  Includes Jerry Garcia on a
previously unreleased alternate studio take of "Sunrise Over Haleakala"
(4:47).  It also includes a version of "Dark Star" (8:21).

Release 1 - The Schwag (Jacob's Ladder Productions, http://www.theschwag.com,
1998)  Includes versions of "Feel Like A Stranger" > "Eyes Of The World",
"Tennessee Jed", "He's Gone", and "Cumberland Blues".  This disk was recorded
live at Mississippi Nights, St. Louis, Missouri, on January 30, 1998.

Greatest Hits 1970-1998 - The Stanford Band (EMBO Records,
http://www.stanford.edu/group/lsjumb, 1998)  This compilation of songs
released by the Leland Stanford Junior University Marching Band includes
versions of "Uncle John's Band", "Truckin'" (arranged by Dr. Arthur P. Barnes,
both of which first appeared on "The Incomparable Leland Stanford Junior
University Marching Band 1972" album), and "One More Saturday Night" (arranged
by Eric Strandberg, which also appears on their "Block S" album from 1982).

Sundown On The Forest - Kingfish (Phoenix Rising 2001)  Released April 20,
1999.  Led by Matthew Kelly, the album includes Bob Weir on four tracks
("Padlock Cufflinks" and others) and "Ridin' High" from 1973 with Jerry Garcia
on guitar, which was originally released on the Matthew Kelly "A Wing And A
Prayer" album.  http://www.radiophoenix.com/

Terrapin - Joe Gallant and Illuminati (Which? Records WHI 5656, Which Records,
P.O. Box 659, Village Station, NY 10014, http://www.whichsight.com)  A
reworking of the "Terrapin Station" album, with 71 performers appearing on this
album.  Released in April, 1999.

All Hat - No Cattle - Joe Goldmark (HMG 3009, http://www.hightone.com, 1999)
Includes a version of "China Cat Sunflower".

Visions Under The Moon - David Nelson Band (David Nelson Band DNB 9901,
http://www.nelsonband.com)  Includes "Long Gone Sam" (which fades out at 9:54)
by David Nelson and Robert Hunter.  The basic tracks were recorded live, on
September 11 (recording sessions), 12 (recording sessions), and 13 (show),
1998, at the Aladdin Theater in Portland, Oregon.  Released in May, 1999.
The last track on the CD could be from the September 13, 1998 show.  The bonus
track on the CD was "something that happened during the break on one of the
nights".

Swingin' to the Grateful Dead - Marsh, Drake, Nunez, Stout, Carbe (Vitamin CD
8501, Vitamin Records, P.O. Box 39439, Los Angeles, CA 90039, 323-663-8073)
Swing versions of the following songs:  "Touch Of Grey", "Friend Of The
Devil", "Bertha", "Scarlet Begonias", "Wharf Rat", "U.S. Blues", "Eyes Of The
World", "Truckin'", "Cumberland Blues", "China Cat Sunflower", "Casey Jones",
and "Ship Of Fools".  Released in May, 1999.

Meat Puppets - Meat Puppets (Rykodisc http://www.rykodisc.com, 1999)  This
re-release of their 1982 album contains 18 bonus tracks, including a version
of "Franklin's Tower".

A Walk On The Moon - var. (WEA/Sire Records Group 31041, March 23, 1999)
Music from this Miramax Films release of April, 1999 includes "Ripple" by the
Grateful Dead.  Jerry Garcia plays on "Today" with Jefferson Airplane.

Dare To Dream - Toni Brown (Relix RRP 2100)  This three song promo CD, which
was released in 1999, includes a version "New Speedway Boogie".
http://www.tonibrownband.com

Keystone Sessions Four - Garcia and Saunders ( )  Includes "Wondering Why".
Production on this album was done in March, 1999.

Living Art, Sounding Spirit:  The Bali Sessions - var. (Rykodisc 10499,
June 8, 1999)  A collection of Balinese gamelan music, recorded and produced
by Mickey Hart.

Hard Rock Cafe:  Rockin' Down The Highway - var. (Rhino 75792, June 2, 1999)
Includes "Truckin'" by the Grateful Dead.

Dick's Picks Volume 14 - Grateful Dead (Grateful Dead GDCD 4034)  A four CD
release of songs from the Boston Music Hall shows of November 30 and December
2, 1973.  The track list for disc one: (11-30-73) "Morning Dew", "Mexicali
Blues", "Dire Wolf", "Black Throated Wind", "Don't Ease Me In", (12-2-73) "Big
River", (11-30-73), "They Love Each Other", and "Playing In The Band".  The
track list for disc two:  (11-30-73) "Here Comes Sunshine", "Weather Report
Suite" > "Dark Star Jam" > "Eyes Of The World" > "Sugar Magnolia".  The track
list for disc three:  (12-2-73) "Cold Rain And Snow", "Beat It On Down The
Line", "Brown-Eyed Women", band talking and "Looney Tunes" and "Beer Barrel
Polka", "Jack Straw", "Ramble On Rose", "Weather Report Suite", "Wharf Rat" >
"Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo".  The track list for disc four:
(12-2-73) "Playing In The Band" > "Jam" (which Dick Latvala describes as "One
of the most historic pieces of music in the history of mankind ... it rivals
anything anyone has ever done, in my opinion".) > "He's Gone" > "Jam" >
"Truckin'" > "Jam" (which sounds like "Nobody's Fault But Mine") > "Stella
Blue", and "Morning Dew".  The four CDs contain over four and a half hours of
music, selling for $22.00.  Released July 1, 1999.  The first "Vault Party"
(of several) was held on July 7, 1999 at the Ocean Mist on Matunuck Beach Road
in Matunuck, Rhode Island.  The cover features a six-armed counterclockwise
spiraling fractal.

Bikini.Com:  More Summer Groovin' - var. (Madacy 2605, July 20, 1999)  This
compilation includes "Sugar Magnolia" by the Grateful Dead.

The Blotter Boys Live:  Oh Yeah! (Live At Tremont) - The Blotter Boys (Flying
Crowbar )  This live recording from the Fall of 1998 includes the Dead's "The
Other One" and other songs that were also covered by the Dead.  The band is
Boyd Albritton, Vasser Clements, Buddy Cage, Sammy Piazza, and Mike Sudderth.
http://www.flyingcrowbar.com/html/the_blotter_boys.htm

Laughing Water - Jazz Is Dead (Zebra 44019, http://www.zebradisc.com)  The
"Wake Of The Flood" album, as performed by Jazz Is Dead at their April, 1999
shows at the Fox Theater in Boulder, Colorado and the Maritime Hall in San
Francisco, California shows in April, 1999.  Released on July 20, 1999.
http://www.jazzisdead.com

Love Will See You Through - Phil Lesh and Friends (Grateful Dead GDCD 4401,
http://dead.net)  A compilation from the June 4 and 5, 1999 shows at the
Warfield Theatre in San Francisco.  CD one:  "Dancin' In The Streets"
(22:07), "Broken Arrow" (8:56), "Big Boss Man" (6:57), "Friend Of The Devil"
(6:45), "Mr. Charlie" (8:04), "Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo" (8:58),
and "Franklin's Tower" (14:35).  CD two: "Dupree's Diamond Blues" (4:39),
"I Am The Light Of The World" (4:05), "Good Shepherd" (10:53), "Mashed Potato
Jam" (12:46), "New Potato Caboose" (3:39), "Caboose Jam" (10:46), and "St.
Stephen" (26:02) (the jam is faded out).  Phil Lesh's friends were:  Catlin
Cornwell, Zoe Ellis, Jorma Kaukonen, Steve Kimock, Phil Lesh, Prairie Prince,
and Pete Sears.  Released on August 11, 1999.

So Many Roads (1965-1995) - Grateful Dead (Arista )  A one CD sampler from
the five CD box set:  1. "Cream Puff War" (July 16, 1966) (5:37); 2. "You
Don't Have To Ask" (July 16, 1966) (3:55); 3. "Mason's Children" (studio)
(4:08); 4. "Passenger" (May 19, 1977) (3:22) ("Passenger" was to be included
on Disc 3 of the box set, but was not due to CD time limits); 5. "Estimated
Prophet" (August 12, 1979) (10:52); 6. "The Music Never Stopped" (October 14,
1980) (7:24); 7. "Shakedown Street" (December 31, 1984) (17:23); 8. "Jam Out
Of Terrapin" (September 8, 1990) (5:17); 9. "Liberty" (March 30, 1994) (5:56);
and 10. "Eternity" (rehearsal) (7:35).  Made available to radio stations by
September 20, 1999.

John Boy & Billy's Rockin' Race Tracks - var. (Arista 18893, September 14,
1999)  This compilation includes "Touch of Grey" by the Grateful Dead.

Saturday Night Live:  The Musical Performances (Volume One) - var. (Dreamworks
50205, September 21, 1999)  The Dead's performance of "Casey Jones", from the
November 11, 1978 show, is included on volume one of this compilation series.

Dick's Picks Volume 15 - Grateful Dead (Grateful Dead GDCD 4035)  A three CD
release from the September 3, 1977 show at Raceway Park in Englishtown, New
Jersey.  Made available for mailorder on October 18, 1999.  The cover features
a multi-scallopped downward descending stairway fractal.

Rev - Perry Farrell (Warner Brothers 47544, November 9, 1999)  This album by
the singer from Jane's Addiction and Porno For Pyros includes a version of
"Ripple" (4:39).

So Many Roads (1965-1995) - Grateful Dead (Arista/GD 14066)  A boxed "best of"
five CD set of the Grateful Dead live, studio out-takes, and rehearsals, as
compiled by Dick Latvala (who died on August 6, 1999, during the compilation
of this box set), Steve Silberman, Blair Jackson, and David Gans.  Released on
November 9, 1999.  Disc 1:  1. "Can't Come Down" - Warlocks demo (November 3,
1965); 2. "Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks)" - Warlocks demo (November 3,
1965); 3. "You Don't Have To Ask" (The Fillmore, S.F., July 16, 1966); 4. "On
The Road Again" (1966); 5. "Cream Puff War" (The Fillmore, S.F., July 16,
1966); 6. "I Know You Rider" (San Francisco, 1966.  Note that this version is
the same one as appears on the "Vintage Dead" album); 7. "The Same Thing"
(Winterland, S. F., March 18, 1967); 8. "Dark Star" > "China Cat Sunflower" >
"The Eleven" (Carousel Ballroom, S.F., March 16, 1968); 9. "Clementine"
(written by Robert Hunter and Phil Lesh) (Crystal Ballroom, Portland, Oregon,
February 2, 1968); 10. "Mason's Children" (1970 "Workingman's Dead" outtake);
and 11. "To Lay Me Down" (1970 "American Beauty" outtake).  Disc 2:  1.
"That's It For The Other One" (Fillmore West, S.F., February 27, 1969); 2.
"Beautiful Jam" (this is the wonderful jam between "Wharf Rat" and "Dark
Star") (Capitol Theater, Port Chester, N.Y., February 18, 1971); 3. "Chinatown
Shuffle" (Rotterdam, The Netherlands, May 11, 1972); 4. "Sing Me Back Home"
(Veneta, Oregon, August 27, 1972); 5. "Watkins Glen Soundcheck Jam" (the jam
between "Me And My Uncle" and "Wharf Rat") (Watkins Glen, N.Y., July 27,
1973); and 6. "Dark Star Jam" excerpt > "Spanish Jam" > "U.S. Blues" (Jai-Alai
Fronton, Miami, June 23, 1974.  Note that there is an edit in "U.S. Blues",
due to a reel change.)  Disc 3:  1. "Eyes Of The World" (this appears in "The
Grateful Dead Movie" but it is severely edited there) (Winterland, S.F.,
October 19, 1974); 2. "The Wheel" (Auditorium Theater, Chicago, June 29,
1976); 3. "Stella Blue" (Rupp Arena, Lexington, Kentucky, April 21, 1978.
Note that in early releases of the booklet, the date is incorrectly listed as
"April 28, 1978"); 4. "Estimated Prophet" (Red Rocks, Morrison, Colorado,
August 12, 1979); 5. "The Music Never Stopped" (Warfield Theater, S.F.,
October 14, 1980); and 6. "Shakedown Street" (San Francisco Civic Auditorium,
S.F., December 31, 1984).  Disc 4:  1. "Cassidy" (Meadowlands Arena, East
Rutherford, N.J., November 10, 1985); 2. "Hey Pocky Way" (Greensboro Coliseum,
Greensboro, N.C., March 31, 1989); 3. "Believe It Or Not" (1988 "Built To
Last" outtake); 4. "Playing In The Band" (Laguna Seca, Monterey, Ca., July 29,
1988); 5. "Gentlemen, Start Your Engines" (1988 "Built To Last" outtake); 6.
"Death Don't Have No Mercy" (Shoreline Amphitheater, Mountain View, Ca.,
September 29, 1989); 7. "Scarlet Begonias" > "Fire On The Mountain" (Copps
Coliseum, Ontario, March 22, 1990); 8. "Bird Song" (with Branford Marsalis)
(Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, N.Y., March 29, 1990.  Note that this version was
previously released on a limited edition CD entitled "Warriors - KFOG Jam");
and 9. "Jam Out Of "Terrapin Station"" (Richfield, Ohio, September 8, 1990).
Disc 5:  1. "Terrapin Station" (Madison Square Garden, New York, September 12,
1991); 2. "Jam Out Of "Foolish Heart"" (Madison Square Garden, New York,
September 18, 1990); 3. "Way To Go Home" (The Palace, Auburn Hills, Mich.,
July 31, 1994); 4. "Liberty" (The Omni, Atlanta, Georgia, March 30, 1994); 5.
"Lazy River Road" (rehearsal, February 18, 1993); 6. "Eternity" (rehearsal,
February 18, 1993.  Note that the version here is from two partial rehearsals
that were edited together.); 7. "Jam Into "Days Between"" (rehearsal February
9, 1993); 8. "Days Between" (the final Robert Hunter and Jerry Garcia
collaboration) (rehearsal, February 16, 1993); 9. "Whiskey In The Jar"
(rehearsal, February 16, 1993); and 10. "So Many Roads" (Soldier Field,
Chicago, July 9, 1995 - what would be the Grateful Dead's final show.  Note
that the few seconds of the Jerry Garcia solo guitar intro heard here were
taken from an earlier performance, and that Garcia's first attempt at the
final verse (which he sang twice) and a second solo have been eliminated.)
The 10 seconds of studio dialogue at the end of the fifth disc (Jerry Garcia
saying: "The tension is killing me.") was added by John Cutler.  This dialogue
was removed from the "second" pressings.  Review copies made available to
radio stations on November 8, 1999.  "Wave To The Wind" was recorded in the
studio, and slated to the used on this album, but was not used because Phil
Lesh was reworking the song, along with "If the Shoe Fits" and "Childhood's
End" for his "friends".  (N.B.  The following songs, which appear on "So Many
Roads", were also broadcast on the "Grateful Dead Hour" radio program:  "I
Know You Rider", "On The Road Again", "Clementine", "Beautiful Jam",
"Chinatown Shuffle", "Sing Me Back Home", "Watkins Glen Soundcheck Jam",
"Dark Star" > "U.S. Blues", "Eyes Of The World", "Cassidy", "Playing In The
Band", "Scarlet Begonias" > "Fire On The Mountain", "You Don't Have To Ask",
"Jam out of "Foolish Heart"", and "That's It For The Other One".)

Sing Out For SEVA - var. (Grateful Dead GDCD 4067)  A compilation of live
performances recorded at several benefit concerts for SEVA.  Bob Weir, Mickey
Hart, and Phil Lesh perform on various songs.  David Crosby and Graham Nash
perform with Phil Lesh on "Box Of Rain".  Released in October, 1999.

Psychedelic Bus of Dead Knowledge - The Grateful Dead (Relix 5002, November
16, 1999)

A Tribute To Jerry Garcia - Phil Salazar and Jonathan McEuen (Chrome Records )
Released on February 8, 2000.  This album of "bluegrassified" Grateful Dead
music contains the songs:  "Tennessee Jed", "Casey Jones", "Eyes Of The
World", "Deal", "Shady Grove", "The Wheel", "Franklin's Tower", "Pig In A
Pen", "China Cat Sunflower", "I Know You Rider", "Don't Let Go", and the
original "Dead Heat".  http://www.chromerecords.com or http://www.filzar.com

John Boy & Billy's Rockin' Race Tracks - var. (Arista 18893, September 14,
1999)  This collection of "Southern rock" includes "Touch Of Grey".  "John
Boy & Billy" are the hosts of a popular morning radio show in the South.

Dick's Picks Volume 16 - Grateful Dead (Grateful Dead GDCD 4036,
http://www.mars.dead.net)  Released on February 10, 2000.  A three CD release
from the November 8, 1969 show at the Fillmore Auditorium in San Francisco.
The "Turn On Your Lovelight" is from November 7, 1969.  The cover features a
fifteen-armed clockwise spiraling eye fractal.

Spirit Into Sound - Mickey Hart (Arista 14071 - Grateful Dead GDCD 4071)  This
acoustic percussion album was recorded in mid-1999.  Released on January 25,
2000.  Portions of the album were played during Mickey Hart's book signing
tour, for the book of the same name, in November, 1999.  Bob Weir performs on
the album.

Solid Sender - Sex Mob (Knitting Factory Works 244, January 25, 2000)  This CD
by slide trumpet player Steven Bernstein includes a version of "Ripple",
featuring trumpet, bass, and strings.

One Endless Night - Jimmie Dale Gilmore (Rounder ROUN 3173,
http://www.rounder.com, February 29, 2000)  This CD contains a version of
"Ripple" (4:47).  http://www.jimmiegilmore.com

Travel The Gravel - The Kruger Brothers ( )  This European-released CD
includes "Friend of the Devil", including the verse that Jerry Garcia dropped
when he performed it.

Dick's Picks Volume 17 - Grateful Dead (Grateful Dead GDCD 4037)  Released in
April, 2000.  This three CD release features selections from the September 25,
1991 show at the Boston Garden.  "Samson and Delilah" and "Eyes of the World"
are from March 31, 1991 in Greensboro, North Carolina.  The cover features a
4-armed, inward clockwise spinning fractal.

Dick's Picks Volume 18 - Grateful Dead (Grateful Dead GDCD 4038)  This three
CD release features selections from the Dane County Coliseum, Madison,
Wisconsin show of February 3, 1978, and the Uni-Dome, Cedar Falls, Iowa show
of February 5, 1978, and "It's All Over Now" and "Dupree's Diamond Blues" from
February 4, 1978.  Released June 28, 2000.  The cover features a 13-armed,
inward clockwise spinning fractal.

View From the Vault - Grateful Dead (Grateful Dead GDCD 4077)  A three CD
release of the July 8, 1990 show in Pittsburgh with filler from the July 6,
1990 show.  Contains more songs that the "View From the Vault" video.
Released on June 28, 2000.

Dick's Picks Volume 7 - Grateful Dead (Arista/GDCD 140272)  The September 9 to
11, 1974 shows.  Sold in retail stores starting July 11, 2000.

Dick's Picks Volume 8 - Grateful Dead (Arista/GDCD 140282)  The May 2, 1970
show.  Sold in retail stores starting July 11, 2000.

Dick's Picks Volume 9 - Grateful Dead (Arista/GDCD 140292)  The September 16,
1990 show.  Sold in retail stores starting July 11, 2000.

Dick's Picks Volume 10 - Grateful Dead (Arista/GDCD 140302)  The December 29
to 30, 1977 show.  Sold in retail stores starting July 11, 2000.

Dick's Picks Volume 11 - Grateful Dead (Arista/GDCD 140312)  The September 27,
1972 show.  Sold in retail stores starting July 11, 2000.

Dick's Picks Volume 12 - Grateful Dead (Arista/GDCD 140322)  The June 26, 1974
and June 26, 1974 shows . Sold in retail stores starting July 11, 2000.

Gathering on the Mountain - Live Part 2 (Relix RRCD 2104, 2000)  Includes "Cats
Under the Stars" (7:29) performed by Melvin Seals and JGB, and " Friend Of The
Devil" > "Boris The Spider" (2:34) performed by Tom Constanten.

Evening Moods - Bob Weir with Ratdog (Grateful Dead GDCD 4072, 2000)  Portions
of this studio album were recorded in February, 2000.  Released on September
26, 2000.  Nana, the Chihuahua (from Santa Rosa, CA) on the cover, was the
winner of an "ugly dog" contest in Petaluma, California.  "Welcome To The
World" and "Ashes and Glass" were written for Weir's and Natacha's nearly
3-year-old daughter, Shala Monet.  Robert Hunter's "Corrina" is also on this
album.

Furthur Most - var. (Grateful Dead GDCD 4221)  This CD features music from the
Furthur tour members, including "Ramble On Rose" by The Other Ones, "Beautiful
Day" by Ziggy Marley and The Melody Makers, "Loser" by Bruce Hornsby, "Easy
Answers" by The Other Ones, "Natural Mystic" by Ziggy Marley and The Melody
Makers, "Eyes Of The World" and "Two Sisters" by Jazz Is Dead, and "Venutian
Lady" by Paul Pena (with Jerry Garcia).

Dead Grass:  Featuring Vassar Clements - var. (Cedar Glen 1018)  Released
May 2, 2000.  Bluegrass versions of "Brown Eyed Woman" (4:19), "Casey Jones"
(3:50), "Attics Of My Life" (4:24), "Brokedown Palace" (4:03), "Alabama
Getaway" (3:41), "Ripple" (4:20), "U.S. Blues" (4:39), "Dire Wolf" (2:55),
"Friend Of The Devil" (5:08), "It Must Have Been the Roses" (4:52), and
"Mexicali Blues" (5:01).

Wake The Dead! - Danny Carnahan (Grateful Dead GDCD 4074, October, 2000)  A
variety of Celtic and Grateful Dead songs are interwoven:  "Banks Of Lough
Gowna" > "The Reunion" > "Friend Of The Devil", "My Marianne" > "The Wheel",
"Christmas Eve" > "China Cat Sunflower" > "Bank Of Ireland" > "The Bear" >
"Bertha" > "Cliffs Of Mostar", "Lord Inchiquin" > "Sugaree", "Coleman's
Cross" > "Bird Song", "Brigid Cruise" > "Black Muddy River", "Touch Of
Grey" > "Jack The Lad" > "Boys Of Malin" > "Trip To Windsor", and "Row Jimmy".

The Pizza Tapes - Jerry Garcia, David Grisman, and Tony Rice (Acoustic Disc
ACD 41, April 25, 2000, http://www.dawgnet.com)  The infamous "pizza tapes":
urban-legendarily, Jerry Garcia gave a cassette recording of these sessions to
a pizza delivery boy in lieu of a monetary payment for the pizza.  Closer to
the truth, someone illicitly acquired a copy of these recording sessions from
1992 and made copies available to the taper's community.  These tapes were
traded so much that the sessions were finally released.

New Train - Paul Pena (Hybrid Recordings, 20019)  This album was recorded in
1973 and finally released on September 26, 2000.  It includes a somewhat
"Bertha"-sounding "Venutian Lady" (4:43) with Jerry Garcia (on pedal steel
guitar) and Merle Saunders.  Paul Pena met Jerry Garcia during the Dead's show
at Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts on April 20, 1969.

Might As Well - The Persuasions (Grateful Dead GDCG 4070)  Released October
10, 2000.  Some of the rehearsals were at the Dance Studio of Park Slope, in
Brooklyn, New York, on May 19, 2000 ("Might As Well", "One More Saturday
Night", "It Must Have Been The Roses", and "Brokedown Palace").  Recording
sessions started on May 28, 2000, at Bay Records in Berkeley, with "I Bid You
Good Night" and "Sugaree".  On May 29, 2000, "Liberty" was recorded and Cynsa
Bonorris (of Mary Schmary) added a harmony line.  Also, Peter Rowan added his
parts of "Sugaree".  On May 30, 2000, the basic tracks for "It Must Have Been
The Roses", "Might As Well", and "Brokedown Palace" were recorded.  On May 31,
2000, "Lazy River Road", except for the Eric Thompson mandolin solo, was
recorded.  The basics for "Ripple" was also recorded.  On June 1, 2000, the
overdubs for "Ripple" were recorded, as was "Loose Lucy", with multi-tracked
voices and minus the lead vocal.  On June 2, 2000, Peter Grant added the
steel-like Zephyr ten-string acoustic dobro overdub (in a slightly flattened
F) on "It Must Have Been The Roses".  The basic tracks for "He's Gone" was
also recorded.  On June 3, 2000, Eric Thompson recorded the mandolin solo on
"Lazy River Road" and the mandolin rhythm in the last section of "Ripple".
"One More Saturday Night" with Vince Welnick and "vocal percussionist" Andrew
Chaikin were also recorded that day.  The first take of "One More Saturday
Night" was used for the album.  Basic tracks for "Ship of Fools" were also
recorded.  On June 4, 2000, "Ship Of Fools" was recorded.  Also recorded were
the tracks with the members of the group Mary Schmary:  "I Bid You Good
Night", "He's Gone", "It Must Have Been The Roses", and human-voiced trumpet
and trombones on "Might as Well".  Also recorded was the six-piece "Here Comes
Sunshine" intro, the end of "Ripple", and the basic tracks for "Ship of
Fools".  "Stella Blue" was recorded on June 5, 2000, as were Vince Welnick and
Andrew Chaikin on "Bertha".  On June 6, 2000, the lead vocals for "Loose Lucy"
were recorded.  Also recorded was "One More Saturday Night".  The final
version of "Loose Lucy" is the basic tracks, speeded up by 8% (a semi-tone
rise in pitch).  "New Speedway Boogie" was also recorded.  "Stella Blue" was
planned for the album, and started twice, but was not included.  The disc was
mastered during the last week of August, 2000.  Robert Hunter's comment about
the album: "You done me and Jerry proud".  A program about the making of this
album, "Persuading the Dead:  The Persuasions Sing the Grateful Dead" was
broadcast on "Lost & Found Sound" on Friday, October 20, 2000, on NPR's "All
Things Considered".

Stolen Roses:  Songs of the Grateful Dead - var. (Arista GDCD 4073)  This CD,
released August 8, 2000, contains Grateful Dead music and songs covered by
15 different artists:  "Cumberland Blues" (Cache Valley Drifters on "Step Up
To Big Pay!"), "High Time" (original cast recording from the premiere of the
stage slay "Cumberland Blues"), "Brown-Eyed Woman" (The Pontiac Brothers on
"Fiesta en la Biblioteca"), "Ripple" (Sex Mob on "Solid Sender"), "The Golden
Road (To Unlimited Devotion)" (The Bobs on " Cover the songs of..."), "Unbroken
Chain" (Joe Gallant and Illuminati on "Code Of The West"), "Franklin's Tower"
(Wartime Featuring Henry Rollins on "Fast Food for Thought"), "Pasta On The
Mountain" (Leftover Salmon on "Bridges To Bert"), "Cream Puff War" (Widespread
Panic unreleased studio recording), and "Uncle John's Band" (Stanford Marching
Band on "Mirth Control").

Around The Fire - var. (Liquid City 37838)  Released on August 22, 2000, this
soundtrack includes "Brown Eyed Woman" (5:24) performed live at the May 4,
1977 show by the Grateful Dead.

Entertainment Weekly: 1987 Greatest Hits - var.  (BMG/Buddah)  this
compilation, released in 2000, includes "Touch of Grey".

Ladies and Gentlemen...  The Grateful Dead - Grateful Dead (Arista 4075)
Released on October 10, 2000.  This four CD album contains selections from
the Dead's April 25 to 29, 1971 shows at the Fillmore East.  This release was
originally planned as a 15 CD boxed set (three CDs per jewel case per show) of
all five nights.  During the preparations for this album, it was discovered
that many songs were unusable.  When the Dead were making "Skull And Roses",
songs from this series of shows were considered for that album.  These songs
were physically removed from the master reels and placed on individual tape
reels.  The individual reels were then used for overdubs, etc.  This resulted
in several songs being partially overdubbed and not completed (i.e. the vocals
may have been erased and not re-dubbed, etc.  Additionally, several songs that
appear on "Skull And Roses" ("Wharf Rat" from April 28, 1971, "The Other One"
from April 28, 1971, and others) could not be used for this album.  Of the 128
songs that were available, 41 appear on this album.  From April 25, 1971:
"Next Time You See Me", "Beat It On Down The Line", "Second That Emotion",
"Good Loving", "Sugar Magnolia", "China Cat Sunflower" > "I Know You Rider",
and "Sing Me Back Home".  No songs are from April 26, 1971.  From April 27,
1971:  "Casey Jones", "Uncle John's Band", "Turn On Your Lovelight".  From
April 28, 1971:  "Me And My Uncle", "Cumberland Blues", "Me And Bobby McGee",
"Bird Song", "I'm A King Bee", "Ain't It Crazy (The Rub)", "Loser", "El Paso",
"Dark Star" > "St. Stephen" > "Not Fade Away" > "Going Down The Road Feeling
Bad" > "Not Fade Away", and "Wharf Rat".  From April 29, 1971:  "Trucking",
"Bertha", "It Hurts Me Too", "Minglewood Blues", "Ripple", "Dark Hollow",
"Morning Dew", "Hard To Handle", "Alligator" > "Going Down The Road Feeling
Bad", "Cold Rain And Snow", "In The Midnight Hour", and "And We Bid You
Goodnight".  The songs were mixed from the two inch, 16 track tapes, with some
clean-up performed on the sound.  The black and white stage photos are from
Madison (March 14, 1971), Milwaukee (March 21, 1971), and Chicago (pp. 2 and
5, August 23, 1971).

Dick's Picks Volume 19 - Grateful Dead (Grateful Dead GDCD 4039)  Three CDs of
selections from the October 19, 1973 show in Oklahoma.  Originally scheduled
to be released on the 27th anniversary of this show, it was released on
October 30, 2000.  The cover features a clouded sky, with a superimposed
SYF-lightning bolt cut-out with a field of waving grain, a dark-black sky, and
hail (or stars) in the cut-out.  The cover art and design are by Tina
Carpenter.

Women of the World - var. ( )  This compilation album was released on November
14, 2000.  It includes "Black Muddy River" (4:20) performed by Norma Waterson.

Struggling Man - Merl Saunders (Relix RRCD 2107)  Released on November 21,
2000, this album includes, as track 5, "Franklin's Tower" (7:31) and, as
track 6, "Dark Star" (14:26).

Best Of The Grateful Dead Hour - Grateful Dead ( )  A "best" of the Grateful
Dead Hour radio program, made available to WMBR public radio station in the
Fall, 2000 as a fund raising item.  On this CD are:  "Alligator" > "Caution" >
"Feedback" > "And We Bid You Goodnight" (53:44) (December 12, 1969, at the
Thelma Theater, Los Angeles.  Recorded by Owsley Stanley on a 7.5 ips two
track master reel), "Passenger" (3:21) (May 19, 1977 at the Fox Theater,
Atlanta.  Recorded by Betty Cantor-Jackson), a "Terrapin Station" > "Playing
In The Band" > "Terrapin Station" jam (2:54) (September 26, 1990 rehearsal at
Club Front, San Rafael CA.  Recorded by John Cutler), and a David Gans
produced "Greatest Story Ever Wrote" (7:53) from February, 1985.

Dick's Picks Volume 20 - Grateful Dead (Grateful Dead GDCD 4040)  Released
January 23, 2001.  This four CD release contains selections from the September
25, 1976 show at the Capital Centre in Landover, Maryland and the September
28, 1976 show at the Onondaga County War Memorial in Syracuse, New York.  "All
Over Now" (from September 25, 1976) and "Bertha" (from September 28, 1976)
were not included because of irreparable flaws in the master tapes.  In
keeping with the spirit of the dates, the cover features the SYF-lightning
bolt superimposed over fall foliage, with a crescent moon and migrating geese
in the bolt.  The cover art and design are by Tina Carpenter.  Available for
mail order on January 17, 2001.

Don't Let Go - Jerry Garcia Band (Arista 14078) Released January 23, 2001.
This album features a live recording from the May 21, 1976 show at the Orpheum
Theatre in San Francisco.  The band consists of:  Jerry Garcia, Donna Godchaux,
Keith Godchaux, John Kahn, and Ron Tutt.  Included are performances of
"Sugaree" (9:55), "They Love Each Other" (8:31), and "Mission In The Rain"
(7:43).  The bonus track, "Mighty High", was recorded at the Keystone
Berkeley, on September 11, 1976.  Available for mail order on January 19, 2001.

Dick's Picks Volume 21 - Grateful Dead (Grateful Dead GDCD 4041)  Three CDs of
selections from the November 1, 1985 show at the Richmond Coliseum in
Richmond, Virginia, with filler on disc three from the September 2, 1980 show
at the Community War Memorial in Rochester, New York.  Announced on March 14,
2001; released on March 20, 2001.  The cover features the SYF lightning bolt
superimposed over the leaves on the ground, stars in the night sky background,
with the sun shining through some leaves in the bolt.  The cover art and
design are by Tina Carpenter.

Shining Star - Jerry Garcia Band (Arista/Grateful Dead 4079)  Released on
March 20, 2001.  This two CD album consists of various performances from 1989
to 1993, mostly of cover songs.

The Roots Of The Grateful Dead - var. (Catfish KATCD 193, May 28, 2001)  A
collection of original versions of songs that were covered by the Grateful
Dead.  Released in the UK.

Dick's Picks Volume 22 - Grateful Dead (Grateful Dead GDCD 4042)  Released on
June 4, 2001.  Two CDs from the February 23 and 24, 1968 shows at King's Beach
Bowl, a bowling alley in Lake Tahoe, California.  Portions of some of the
songs played at these shows were used in the making of the "Anthem Of The Sun"
album.

View From the Vault II Soundtrack - Grateful Dead (Grateful Dead GDCD 4080)
Released on June 8, 2001.  A three-CD set from the June 14, 1991 show, with
filler from the July 12, 1990 show.

The Golden Road:  The Complete Warner Brothers Recordings - Grateful Dead
(Rhino/Warner Bros.)  A 12 CD boxed set, list priced at 159 dollars, of all
the Grateful Dead's releases on the Warner Brothers label, plus a "Roots Of
The Dead" CD with pre-Warner Brothers Grateful Dead.  Released in October,
2001.  The remasters are HDCD encoded.  The remastered albums were released
individually in 2002.

Bob Dylan Live 1961-2000: Thirty Nine Years Of Great Performances - Bob Dylan
(Sony, 2001) this release by Sony (Japan) includes "Slow Train" from "Dylan &
The Dead".




Note:  Donna Jean Godchaux also appears on numerous albums under her maiden
name, Donna Jean Thatcher.  Before joining up the Dead, she was a       backup
singer at the famed Muscle Shoals studios in Alabama.  Donna sings on Percy
Sledge's "When A Man Loves A Woman".  She also appears on Elvis Presley's "In
The Ghetto", "Suspicious Minds", "Cold Kentucky Rain", and "Long Black
Limousine" (along with members of the Allman Brothers Band and Lynyrd Skynyrd
as backup musicians).  She was deleted from the final mix of the Rolling
Stones' "Gimme Shelter" (from "Let It Bleed") because it was felt that she
took the spotlight away from Mick Jagger's singing.  Donna also sings backup
on Lowell George's band Little Feat song "Dixie Chicken" and on Gary
Rossington's band Lynyrd Skynyrd song "Sweet Home Alabama".

Boz Scaggs - Boz Scaggs (Atlantic SD 8239)  Donna Jean Thatcher sings backup
on all songs except "Now You're Gone".  Duane Allman plays on the album and
also appears in the photo on this 1969 release.

Note:  Dan Healy produced a number of records from late 1969 to early 1972,
including some for Mercury Records.  Some of the records that Healy worked on
include:  some of the Sir Douglas Quintet, Tracy Nelson and Mother Earth, The
Charlatans, Harvey Mandel's first two albums, Dr. John's second album,
"Cauldron" by The Fifty Foot Hose (Limelight Records LS 86062, released around
1968, producer and engineer), and Quicksilver Messenger Service's "Fresh Air"
and "What About Me" albums.

. and a couple of albums that I could use more info on:

? - the various interview/radio show albums listed above

The Anniversary Album -   (WB PRO 289)

       Singles
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Stealin' (2:32) / Don't Ease Me In (2:00) - The Grateful Dead (Scorpio 201)
Released in June, 1966 (possibly July, 1996) on Gene Estribou's Scorpio
Records, with black lettered text on a red label.  The "Stealin'" side is
cataloged as "003/201" and the "Don't Ease Me In" side is "002/201"  This was
the Dead's first recording contract.  Both "Don't Ease Me In" and "Stealin'"
are credited to Garcia.  The original run was about 250  singles.  It was
recalled soon after release.  Pressed around the hole are a flowing-scripted
handwritten "Commercial Recorders Inc.", block-lettered hand-printed matrix
numbers "002/201" and "003/210" (on the corresponding sides), the full song
titles for each side, and a handwritten symbol resembling two "SS" with an "L"
through them.  On the "Don't Ease Me In" side, the ratio between grooves and
wax is about even.

The Golden Road (To Unlimited Devotion) (2:06) / Cream Puff War (2:25) -
Grateful Dead (Warner Bros. 7016)  Released on March 17, 1967 (possibly March
15, 1967) on the orange Warner Bros. Records label.  Produced by
Dave Hassinger.

The Golden Road (To Unlimited Devotion) (2:06) / Cream Puff War (2:25) -
Grateful Dead (Warner Bros. 7016)  Released on March 17, 1967 on a white
(promotional) Warner Bros. Records label.  Produced by Dave Hassinger.

Good Morning, Little Schoolgirl / The Golden Road - Grateful Dead (Warner
Bros. - Seven Arts BR-2227)  A single released in Japan.  The picture sleeve
front cover shows a portion of the first album's cover.  The words "Grateful
Dead" do not appear in English on the cover.  The cover lists the single's
info in Japanese.  The lyrics, in Japanese and English, are printed inside the
cover.

Sons And Daughters (2:40) / Fire In The City (3:20) - Jon Hendricks
(Verve VK-10512)  The Grateful Dead back up jazz vocalist Jon Hendricks on
"Fire In The City".  This single is from the soundtrack to the documentary
film "Fire In The City".  Released in April, 1967.  This was also released as
a "SPECIAL DISC JOCKEY RECORD"

Dark Star (2:50) / Born Cross-Eyed (3:00) - Grateful Dead (Warner Bros. -
Seven Arts 7186)  A studio "Dark Star" and a slightly different mix of "Born
Cross-Eyed" than on the "Anthem Of The Sun" album.  Released in April, 1968.
"Dark Star" was recorded in the New York studio during the "Anthem Of The Sun"
sessions.  Robert Hunter, in his first appearance on a Grateful Dead recording,
speaks the "mystery" lyrics at the end of "Dark Star":  "Spinning a set of
stars through which the tattered tails of axis rolls about the waxen wind of
never set to motion in the unbecoming round about the season hardly matters
nor the wise through which the stars were set in spin."  The first verse to
"Dark Star" was written by Hunter after hearing the Dead perform a jam at the
Dance Hall, Rio Nido, CA, (possibly the jams during "Dancing In The Street")
on September 3, 1967, and it was completed in Golden Gate Park while Hunter
was staying at 710 Ashbury Street in San Francisco.

Dark Star (2:50) / Born Cross-Eyed (3:00) - Grateful Dead (Warner Bros. -
Seven Arts 7186)  Released on the "green" Warner Brothers label with a picture
sleeve.  The cover features a color photo of the band, with the same theme as
the photo on the back cover of the "Aoxomoxoa" album.

Dark Star (2:50) / Born Cross-Eyed (3:00) - Grateful Dead (Warner Bros. -
Seven Arts 7186)  Released as a promotional/DJ single on the "white" label.

Dupree's Diamond Blues (3:30) / Cosmic Charlie (5:40) - Grateful Dead (Warner
Bros. - Seven Arts 7324)  Released on June 20, 1969 (possibly July 30, 1969).

Cosmic Charlie (5:40) - Grateful Dead (Warner Bros. - Seven Arts 7324)  A
promo single.

Dupree's Diamond Blues (3:30) - Grateful Dead (Warner Bros. - Seven Arts 7324)
A mono/stereo promo single.

Teacher - (Nasty X-1)  This is supposed to have Garcia, Hart, and others on
this X-rated single from 1970.

Pulling Me Apart / Captain Credit - Philo (ABS Records 8824)  Bill Kreutzmann
plays drums on this recording engineered by Mickey Hart and Dan Healy.

My Best Friend / How Do You Feel? - Jefferson Airplane (RCA Victor 47-9063)
Garcia plays on "My Best Friend" from the "Surrealistic Pillow" album.  Also
released as a promo single.

Somebody To Love / She Has Funny Cars - Jefferson Airplane (RCA Victor
47-9140)  Garcia arranged "Somebody To Love" from the "Surrealistic Pillow"
album.  Also released as a promo single.

White Rabbit / Plastic Fantastic Lover - Jefferson Airplane (RCA Victor
47-9348)  Garcia plays on "Plastic Fantastic Lover" from the "Surrealistic
Pillow" album.  "White Rabbit" was also released as a promo single.

Live Dead - Grateful Dead (WB - Seven Arts PRO 363)  A seven inch, 45 rpm
single featuring a 60 second and a 50 second, in stereo, radio spot for the
"Live/Dead" album.  The same tracks are pressed on both sides of the single.

Workingman's Dead - Grateful Dead (WB PRO 414)  A seven inch, 45 rpm single
featuring three 60 second, in stereo, radio spots for the "Workingman's Dead"
album.  The same tracks are pressed on both sides of the single.

Uncle John's Band (3:07) / New Speedway Boogie (3:23) - Grateful Dead (Warner
Bros. WB 7410)  The words "God damn" are deleted from "Uncle John's Band".
Released in May, 1970 (possibly July 1, 1970).  The catalog info is on the
right side of the label.

Uncle John's Band (3:07) / New Speedway Boogie (3:23) - Grateful Dead (Warner
Bros. WB 7410)  Released as DJ single.

Uncle John's Band (3:07) / New Speedway Boogie (3:23) - Grateful Dead (Warner
Bros. WB 7410 (N18577))  The European version of the single, made in Holland.
The catalog info is on the left side of the label.  This came in a
brown-colored picture sleeve, the front featuring the round photo from the
"Aoxomoxoa" album back cover.

American Beauty - Grateful Dead (WB PRO 226)  A five song, seven inch promo
(jukebox) single with a picture sleeve.  The black and white print on purple
background sleeve showed the "American Beauty" album cover.  The five songs
are:  "Sugar Magnolia", "Operator", "Till The Morning Comes"; "Truckin'", and
"Friend Of The Devil".

American Beauty - Grateful Dead (WB S 1893)  A five song, seven inch single on
the Warner Brothers "palm trees" label.  The five songs are:  "Sugar Magnolia"
(3:15), "Operator" (3:21), "Till The Morning Comes" (3:13); "Truckin'", and
"Friend Of The Devil".

American Beauty - Grateful Dead (WB PRO 438)  A seven inch, 45 rpm single
featuring a 60 second, in stereo, AM radio spot for the album.  The same track
is pressed on both sides of the single.

Truckin' (3:13) / Ripple (2:55) - Grateful Dead (Warner Bros. WB 7464)
Released in November, 1970 (possibly January 20, 1971).  Both songs are edited
down from the album versions.

Truckin' (3:13) / Ripple (2:55) - Grateful Dead (Warner Bros. WB 7464)
Released as a DJ single.

Johnny B. Goode - Grateful Dead / So Fine - Elvin Bishop Group (WB 7627)  A
promo single, released on August 1, 1972.  This single is from the "Fillmore:
The Last Days" album.

Johnny B. Goode - Grateful Dead (WB 7627)  A mono/stereo promo single.

Johnny B. Goode (3:42) / Truckin' (3:13) - Grateful Dead (WB 7653)  "Johnny B.
Goode" is from the "Skull And Roses" album and "Truckin'" is from the
"American Beauty" album's (see above) single.  This is a "Back to Back Hits"
release, released on October 6, 1972.

I Used To Be A King / Wounded Bird - Graham Nash (Atlantic 2840)  Lesh,
Garcia, and Kreutzmann play on "I Used To Be A King", taken from the "Songs
For Beginners" album.  Released in June, 1971.

Southbound Train / The Wall Song - Graham Nash/David Crosby (Atlantic 2892)
Kreutzman, Lesh, and Garcia play on "The Wall Song" and Garcia plays pedal
steel on "Southbound Train".  Released in May, 1972.

South Side Strut / Uncle Martin's (3:09) - Howard Wales and Jerry Garcia
(Douglas ZS7-6501)  Released in 1972.

Casey Jones - Grateful Dead / Keep Your Lamps Trimmed And Burning - Hot Tuna
(International  SIR 20-034)  A seven inch, black vinyl, 1972, Italian release
from the "Last Days Of The Fillmore" LP.

Casey Jones - Grateful Dead / Keep Your Lamps Trimmed And Burning - Hot Tuna
(International )  A seven inch, orange vinyl, 1972, Italian release from the
"Last Days Of The Fillmore" LP.

Deal / The Wheel - Jerry Garcia (WB PRO 514)  A promo release for Garcia's
solo album.  This has a red colored picture sleeve, with a purplish tinted
photo of Jerry Garcia, taken from a group photo in front of the barn, with a
white-lettered "GAR" in the lower right corner.  On the back, in the lower
left is a white-lettered "CIA", and some album information, including: "7:18
Minutes' Worth of the Future".  Released in January, 1972.  Also released as
a promo without the picture sleeve.

Deal (3:09) / The Wheel (4:02) - Jerry Garcia (WB 7551)  Released in January,
1972.

Deal (3:09) / The Wheel (4:02) - Jerry Garcia (WB 7551)  Released as a DJ
single.

Sugaree (4:35) / Eep Hour (5:08) - Jerry Garcia (WB 7569)

Sugaree (4:35) / Eep Hour (5:08) - Jerry Garcia (WB 7569)  Released as a DJ
single.

One More Saturday Night / Cassidy (3:39) - Bob Weir (WB 7611)  Released in
1972.

One More Saturday Night / Cassidy (3:39) - Bob Weir (WB 7611)  Released as a
DJ single.

One More Saturday Night (3:32) / Cassidy - Grateful Dead (Warner Bros./Kinney
K 16167)  A UK release with artist credit to "The Grateful Dead with Bobby
Ace" instead of Bob Weir.

Ramble on Rose (6:09) / Jack Straw (4:46), Mr. Charlie (3:40) - Grateful Dead
(WB PRO 544)  A promo single and a foldout record jacket, taken from the
"Europe '72" album.  Released in November, 1972.

Sugar Magnolia (3:57) / Mr. Charlie (3:40) - Grateful Dead (WB 7667)  "Sugar
Magnolia" is an edited version of the song on "Europe '72".  It has an
"Intro: :13".  Released on December 27, 1972.

Sugar Magnolia (3:57) / Mr. Charlie (3:40) - Grateful Dead (WB 7667)  Released
as a DJ single.

Truckin' (3:13) / Sugar Magnolia (3:57) - Grateful Dead (WB 7-21988 or WB
7464)  "Truckin'" is edited and from the "American Beauty " studio album;
"Sugar Magnolia" is edited from "Europe '72".  This is a "Back to Back Hits"
release.

Blind John / Pump Song - Mickey Hart (WB 7644)  Released in 1972.

Blind John / Pump Song - Mickey Hart (WB 7644)  Released as a DJ single.

Let Me Sing Your Blues Away (3:15) / Here Comes Sunshine (4:37) - Grateful
Dead (GDS-01)  Released on October 15, 1973.

Let Me Sing Your Blues Away (3:15) / Here Comes Sunshine (4:37) - Grateful
Dead (GDDJ-01)  This was released as a promo single.  Released on October 15,
1973.

Eyes Of The World (3:26) / Weather Report Part I (4:15) - Grateful Dead
(GD-4502)  Released on October 15, 1973.

Eyes Of The World (3:26) - Grateful Dead (GDS-4502)  A mono/stereo promo
single.

Let It Rock (2:36) / Midnight Town (3:12) - Jerry Garcia (Round RX 4504)
Released on June 21, 1974.

Let It Rock (2:36) - Jerry Garcia (RX 4504)  A mono/stereo promo single.
Released on June 21, 1974.

Rum Runners (3:01) / It Must Have Been The Roses (3:30) - Robert Hunter (RX
4505)

It Must Have Been The Roses (3:30) - Robert Hunter (RX-4505)  A mono/stereo
white label promo version.

Rum Runners (3:01) - Robert Hunter (RX 4505)  A mono/stereo promo version.

Must Have Been The Roses - Robert Hunter ( )  recorded as a 'Muzak-type'
version.

U.S. Blues (3:12) / Loose Lucy (3:15) - Grateful Dead (GD45-03 or GD-4503)
Has a picture sleeve.  Released on June 27, 1974.

U.S. Blues (3:12) - Grateful Dead (GD45-03)  A mono/stereo promo version.
This also has a picture sleeve.

U.S. Blues (3:12) - Grateful Dead (GD45-03)  A mono/stereo promo version in a
regular sleeve.

Sampler For Deadheads - Garcia / Tales Of The Great Rumrunners (Round SMP 01)
This sampler contains rough mixes from these two albums:  "Maybe She's A
Bluebird", "It Must Have Been The Roses", and "Keys To The Rain" by Hunter;
and "Turn On The Bright Lights" and "Midnight Town" by Garcia.  Released in
June, 1974.

Sampler For Deadheads - Old And In The Way / Keith and Donna (Round SMP 02,
RX 103 A and RX 104 B)  This sampler contains rough mixes from these two
albums ("Old And In The Way" and "Panama Red") released on Round Records.
Released in June, 1974.

Sampler For Deadheads - Robert Hunter / Phil Lesh and Ned Lagin (Round Records
SMP 03, RX 105-A and RX 106-B)  This sampler contains rough mixes from "Tiger
Rose" and "Sea Stones", released on Round Records.  Released in June, 1974.

The Music Never Stopped (3:14) / Franklin's Tower - Grateful Dead (UA/GD
GD-XW718-Y)  Released on September 1, 1975.  The label has the "Jester" at the
top.  The last two lines of the third verse ("C'mon children...") and the
fourth verse are omitted and replaced by a vocal bridge by Donna Godchaux.

The Music Never Stopped (3:14) - Grateful Dead (UA/GD GD-XW718-Y)  A
mono/stereo promo single.

Franklin's Tower / Help On The Way - Grateful Dead (UA/GD 762)  Released on
September 1, 1975 (possibly January, 1976).

Franklin's Tower - Grateful Dead (UA GD 762)  A mono/stereo promo single.

Hypnotize (2:35) / Supplication - Kingfish (UA/Round RX 749)  On the grey
colored Round Records label.  "Hypnotize" is a different studio version (not
an edit) than the album (4:56) version.

Hypnotize (2:35) - Kingfish (UA/Round RX-XW749-Y)  A promotional stereo/mono
single with the normal United Artists/Round label.  Released in 1976.  This is
a different studio version (not an edit) than the "Hypnotize" (4:56) album
version.  Produced in association with Bob Weir and Dan Healy.

Wham Bam Shang A Lang /  - Silver (Arista )  Brent Mydland was in the band
Silver before he joined the Grateful Dead.  This single did not appear on the
"Silver" album.

Dark Star / Born Cross Eyed - Grateful Dead (WB SAM 79)  A 1977 UK-released
promotional 45 rpm single, on the "Burbank" label, from the "What A Long
Strange Trip It's Been" album.  The picture sleeve was designed by Trevor
Wright.  The back cover contains the lyrics to "Dark Star" and the legend:
"This record presented exclusively by Dark Star Magazine with the kind
cooperation of WEA Records Ltd".

Dancin' In The Streets (3:08) / Terrapin Station (3:17) - GD (Arista 0276)
Released on July, 27, 1977 (possibly September, 1977).  Has horns added to the
"Dancin' In The Streets" mix.

Dancin' In The Streets (3:08) - Grateful Dead (Arista 0276)  A mono/stereo
promo single.  Has horns added to the mix.

Dancin' In The Streets / Terrapin Station - Grateful Dead (Arista Dead-1)
Twelve inch 45 rpm UK release without horns.  According to the label notes,
"Dancin' In The Streets" is "adapted from Terrapin Station" and "Terrapin
Station" is "taken from Terrapin Station".

Passenger / Terrapin Station (3:17) - Grateful Dead (Arista 0291)  Released on
July, 27, 1977 (possibly December, 1977).

Passenger - Grateful Dead (Arista 0291)  A mono/stereo promo single.

Bombs Away / Easy To Slip - Bob Weir (Arista 0315)  Released in 1977.

Bombs Away - Bob Weir (Arista 0315)  A mono/stereo white label promo version.

I'll Be Doggone / Shades Of Grey - Bob Weir (Arista 0336)  Released in 1977.

I'll Be Doggone - Bob Weir (Arista 0336)  A mono/stereo promo single from 1977.

Good Lovin' (3:26) / Stagger Lee (3:25) - Grateful Dead (Arista 0383)
Released on November 15, 1978.

Good Lovin' (3:26) / Stagger Lee (3:25) - Grateful Dead (Arista 0383)  This
was also released with a picture sleeve.

Good Lovin' (3:26) - Grateful Dead (Arista 0383)  A mono/stereo promo single.

Shakedown Street (3:46) / France (4:03) - Grateful Dead (Arista 0410)
Released in April, 1979.  It is not certain if this was released with "France"
or "Stagger Lee" on the B side.

Shakedown Street / Stagger Lee - Grateful Dead (Arista 0410)  Released in
April, 1979.

Shakedown Street (3:46) - Grateful Dead (Arista 0410)  A mono/stereo promo
single.

Alabama Getaway (3:29) / Far From Me - Grateful Dead (Arista 0519)  Released
on April 28, 1980.

Alabama Getaway (3:29) / Far From Me - Grateful Dead (Arista 0519)  Released
with a picture sleeve.

Alabama Getaway (3:29) - Grateful Dead (Arista 0519)  A mono/stereo promo
single.

Don't Ease Me In / Far From Me - Grateful Dead (Arista 0546)  Released on
April 28, 1980 (possibly August, 1980)

Don't Ease Me In / Far From Me - Grateful Dead (Arista 0546)  Released as a
DJ single.

Alabama Getaway (3:29) / Shakedown Street - Grateful Dead (Arista Flashback
FLAS 116)  Released in 1981.

Walkie Talkie / Groove 2 - Kodo (or Code-O) (4th and Broadway/Island  )  A
twelve inch "break dancing" single with Mickey Hart, Airto, Bobby Vega on
bass, and Tim Gorman on synthesizers.  Probably never released.

Aim At The Heart / Who, Baby, Who? - Robert Hunter (Relix RR45 1)  Released
in 1986.

Touch Of Grey (4:35 / 5:47) - Grateful Dead (Arista ADP 9614)  The short and
long versions of the song on a 12 inch, 33 rpm promo single.  Released in
June, 1987.

Touch Of Grey (4:14) / My Brother Esau (4:17) - Grateful Dead (Arista
ASCD-9606)  CD single.

Touch Of Grey (4:14) / My Brother Esau (4:17) - Grateful Dead (Arista
AS1-9606)  Released on June 16, 1987 on grey vinyl.  The single (as is the
cassette single) is in a six panel foldout poster (six square panels the size
of the single).  On one side of the poster are the "Touch Of Grey" video
skeletons playing and the skulls in the same pattern as on the record cover
and the Summer, 1987 tour dates on the other side.  The single reached number
nine on the charts.  Approximately 150,000 singles were pressed on grey vinyl.

Touch Of Grey (4:14) / My Brother Esau (4:17) - Grateful Dead (Arista
CAS-9606)  Released as a cassette single, in grey plastic, on June 16, 1987.
The cassette version may have a slightly different mix, as the bass sounds
equalized.  The cassette single (as is the vinyl single) is in a six panel
foldout poster (six square panels the size of the single).  On one side of the
poster are the "Touch Of Grey" video skeletons playing and the skulls in the
same pattern as on the record cover and the Summer, 1987 tour dates on the
other side.

Touch Of Grey (4:14) / My Brother Esau (4:17) - Grateful Dead (Arista
AS1-9606)  A 7 inch promo single released on grey vinyl.

Touch Of Grey (4:14) / My Brother Esau (4:17) - Grateful Dead (Arista
AS1-9606)  A 12 inch promo single released on grey vinyl.

Hell In A Bucket (5:35) / West L.A. Fadeaway (6:39) - Grateful Dead (Arista
ADP 9637)  A 12 inch promo single released in September, 1987.  The front has
a black and white photo of band.  The back has liner notes and a small black
and white "In The Dark" album cover with the "eyes" printed upside-down.

Touch Of Grey (4:14) / My Brother Esau (4:17) - Grateful Dead (Arista
AS1-9606)  Released in Fall, 1987 on black vinyl and a plain Arista paper
sleeve.

Touch Of Grey (5:47) / My Brother Esau (4:17) - Grateful Dead (Arista
RIST-35)  Released in the UK in the Fall, 1987 as a 45rpm 12-inch single.

Throwing Stones (Ashes Ashes) (4:04) / Push Comes to Shove (4:05) - Grateful
Dead (Arista AS1-9643)  A seven inch single, with picture sleeve, remixed by
Steve Thompson and Michael Barbiero.  Released in January, 1988 (possibly
November, 1987).

Throwing Stones (Ashes Ashes) (4:04) / Push Comes to Shove (4:05) - Grateful
Dead (Arista AS1-9643)  Also released as a promo single.

Throwing Stones (Ashes Ashes) (7:18) / (4:25) - Grateful Dead (Arista ADP
9657)  A 12 inch promo release of the "In The Dark" album and edited/remixed
single song versions.  It has a blue, white, light blue, and black sticker on
the cover.

Touch Of Grey / Throwing Stones (Ashes Ashes) - Grateful Dead (Arista Flash
AFS 9696)  Released in May, 1988.

Touch Of Grey - Grateful Dead ( ) a 'Muzak' version of this song has been used
by the Musak Corporation.

I Will Not Buy -  (WBCN, Boston)  In 1987, after "In The Dark" was released,
WBCN in Boston produced a parody of "Touch Of Grey" called "I Will Not Buy".
It was used to open a segment on the Ken Shelton show called the "Mighty Lunch
Hour", in which every day he played some sort of parody of a popular song.

Silvio (3:05) / Driftin' Too Far From Shore (3:38) - Bob Dylan (Columbia
38-07970)  Hunter wrote "Silvio" and Garcia, Weir, and Mydland sing backup on
"Silvio".

Liberty - Robert Hunter (Relix RRCD 2029 S)  A promo CD single containing
"Liberty", "Bone Alley", and "Do Deny".  Released in December, 1988.

Alternate Versions - Henry Kaiser (SST Records CD3 027)  A three inch CD
single which includes a remixed "Mason's Children" with Tom Constanten added
on piano and organ.  Released in January, 1989.

3 Inches Of The World - Mickey Hart (Rykodisc RCD3 1009)  A three inch CD
single.

Alabama Getaway / Shakedown Street / Throwing Stones - Grateful Dead (Arista
X3 ARI 3 3022)  A three inch CD single.

Foolish Heart (5:10) / We Can Run (5:30) - Grateful Dead (Arista ASCD 9899)  A
CD single released on October 12, 1989.

Foolish Heart (5:10) / We Can Run (5:30) - Grateful Dead (Arista ASCD 9899)  A
promo CD single released on October 12, 1989.

Foolish Heart (5:10) / We Can Run (5:30) - Grateful Dead (Arista AS1-9899)  A
single in a picture sleeve, released on October 12, 1989.

Foolish Heart (5:10) / We Can Run (5:30) - Grateful Dead (Arista CAS 9899)  A
cassette single released on October 12, 1989.  It included five "GD" playing
cards (the 10, Jack, Queen, King, and Ace Of Hearts).

Foolish Heart (4:15) - Grateful Dead (Arista 9920)  A promo CD single of the
song.

Truckin' (2:10) / Truckin' (Rap) (4:46) - The Pop-O-Pies (415 Records
415S-0013)  On this seven inch single, side A has a "punk" version of
"Trucking" and side B has a "rap" version.

California Earthquake - Grateful Dead ( )  A live version of Rodney Crowell's
1978 song about the famous 1906 San Francisco earthquake.  The song was
recorded during the October 20, 1989 show and made available for airplay
on the West Coast around October 31, 1989.  The proceeds from this single are
being donated to the Red Cross's Earthquake Relief Fund for victims of the
Santa Cruz earthquake of October 17, 1989.

Mayor Barry:  Tryin' To Campaign - Paul Harris (WCXR, Alexandria, VA, (703)
683-3000))  After Washington, D.C. Mayor Marion Barry was arrest on drug
charges, a two and half minute long parody song was produced, using the Dead's
melody to "Casey Jones":  'Trying to campaign, High on cocaine...'.  Produced
in February, 1990 and aired only on WCXR.

In The Midnight Hour (8:50) / Death Don't Have No Mercy (8:10) - Grateful Dead
(Koine Records RK20089)  A 33rpm seven inch vinyl single inserted in the
Italian magazine Ripple (Volume 1 - Dead 1).  "Midnight Hour" is from February
14, 1968 at the Carousel Ballroom.  "Death Don't Have No Mercy" is credited to
'Garcia, Lesh, Hart' and is from October 10, 1968 at the Matrix, San
Francisco.  (Ripple c/o Pasquale di Bello, via Del Saletto 1/4, 50142 Firenze,
Italy, tel:  055/7877950)  Released as a result of copyright time limits
expirations in Italy.

High Time (5:35) / Cumberland Blues (5:05) - Grateful Dead (Wild Bird Records
R890924)  A 33 rpm seven inch vinyl single inserted into the Italian magazine
Ripple (Volume 1 - Dead 2).  These are both listed as from August 16, 1969 at
Woodstock, which does not agree with DeadBase XI.  (Ripple c/o Pasquale di
Bello, via Del Saletto 1/4, 50142 Firenze ,Italy, tel: 055/7877950)  Released
as a result of copyright time limits expirations in Italy.

Everyday Should Be My Birthday / Cream Puff War - Wonderama (Ajax 006, Ajax
Records, P.O. Box 805293, Chicago, IL 60680-4114, http://www.ajaxrecords.com)
A seven inch single released in 1990.

Black Muddy River - Danny Carnahan and Robin Petrie ( ) recorded especially
for the February 17, 1991 'Grateful Dead Marathon' on KPFA hosted by David
Gans.  John Diliberto was recording them for his program "Echoes", and David
Gans asked him to ask them to do a Dead song.  Also played on "Grateful Dead
Hour Number 208".


       Movies, TV Shows, Videos, Radio, Advertisements, etc.
       -----------------------------------------------------

Fire In The City - (Krug)  This documentary film, directed by Jerry Stoll,
includes jazz vocalist Jon Hendricks with the pre-Warlocks Grateful Dead
backing him on two songs:  "Sons And Daughters" and "Fire In The City".

- var. ( )  In 1966, the Dead appeared on a music television show broadcast
on KPIX in San Francisco to lip-synch one of their songs.  Phil Lesh appears
playing a broom as a stand up bass.

The Hippie Temptation - CBS News (1967)  Harry Reasoner visits the Haight.
Includes interviews with the band and footage of the Dead playing "Dancin' In
The Streets" on a flatbed truck in Golden Gate Park.

Petulia - (1968)  This movie by Richard Lester stars George C. Scott and Julie
Christie.  It has scenes of Haight-Ashbury and the Grateful Dead performing
"Viola Lee Blues" at an 'Acid Test'.

Super Spread - ( )  This movie, with a soundtrack by the Grateful Dead, played
April 13, 1967 at the Cedar Alley Cinema in San Francisco.

The Columbia Revolt - (The Newsreel)  This 50 minute documentary film by
Stewart Bird, Jerry Long, Richard Pike, David Stone, and others, is about the
student rebellion at Columbia University.  It includes footage, from May 3,
1968, of the Grateful Dead playing at the Low Library Plaza.  The audio of
"Cold Rain And Snow" and "Sitting On Top Of The World" appears to be dubbed
from the Dead's first album.  This movie also may have been called (released
as) "Columbia Strike '68".

Playboy After Dark - (Playboy)  The Dead play "St. Stephen", "Mountains Of The
Moon", and "Turn On Your Lovelight" on this July 10, 1969 broadcast.  The
program was recorded on January 18, 1969.  The bands segment starts with a
discussion between Hugh Heffner and Jerry Garcia.  An acoustic "Mountains Of
The Moon" is played, with just Garcia and Weir on acoustic guitar, Phil Lesh
on bass, and Tom Constanten on organ.  The whole band, with Pigpen on congas,
plays "St. Stephen", which appears to have been highly edited.  "Turn On Your
Lovelight" was played over the closing credits, although the band was not
shown playing the song.

Zabriskie Point - (Michaelangelo Antonioni, producer)  The soundtrack contains
an excerpt of "Dark Star" from "Live/Dead" (heard when the lead actor
'borrows' an airplane in L.A.), and "Love Scene", an acoustic guitar solo by
Garcia (heard during the desert love scene).

Woodstock - ( )  Jerry Garcia appears for a few moments and says
"Marijuana - Exhibit A".  Pigpen is also seen briefly.

San Francisco Sounds - Jefferson Airplane, Santana, and Grateful Dead ( )
Recorded on February 4, 1970 at the Family Dog at the Great Highway in San
Francisco.  The Dead play "Hard to Handle", "China Cat Sunflower" > "I Know
You Rider", and appear in the jam at the end.  Broadcast on PBS.  Sancho was
the family dog of the Family Dog commune that put on dances.

Calebration - Grateful Dead and Quicksilver Messenger Service ( )  The Dead
perform "Easy Wind", "Candyman", "Casey Jones", "Brokedown Palace", and
"Uncle John's Band".  Recorded August 30, 1970 at the KQED studios in San
Francisco.  Broadcast on local TV.

Winterland Arena, S.F. - Grateful Dead ( )  Television broadcast on KQED and
quadraphonic simulcast on KQED-FM and KSAN-FM of the October 4, 1970 show.

New Year's Eve, 1970 - Grateful Dead ( )  The first set of December 31, 1970
was broadcast on KQED and first four songs were simulcast on KSAN-FM.

Gimme Shelter - ( )  Garcia appears at Altamont getting off a helicopter.
Members of the band also appear discussing the bad vibes and decide not to
perform at the concert.

Last Days of the Fillmore - ( )  The Grateful Dead perform "Casey Jones" and
"Johnny B. Goode".  Garcia is shown on pedal steel, warming up with the NRPS.

Grateful Dead - (Robert Nelson, 2710 East Kenwood, Milwaukee, WI 53211)  A
short movie of the Dead from 1967 in canoes and having fun while the music is
from the first album.  Filmed some time in 1967.

TV From The Tivoli - ( )  The April 17, 1972 show at the Tivoli Gardens in
Copenhagen, Denmark was broadcast on television in Europe.

Beat Club -  ( )  The Dead performed "One More Saturday Night" and "Truckin'"
on April 21, 1972 for this German TV show out of Bremen, West Germany.  In
the credits, Pigpen was listed as "Ron 'Pigpen' McKerney" and Keith Godchaux
was listed as "Keith Godcheaux".

Grateful Dead From The Mars Hotel -  ( )  A 30 second animated promo for the
album.  Shown on television in 1974.

Sunshine Daydream - ( )  An unreleased movie, approximately 90 minutes long,
mostly footage of the August 27, 1972 concert at Veneta, OR.  The show was
recorded on 16-track, 2-inch tape, and on 16 millimeter color negative film.
Other footage includes preparation for the concert and Merry Prankster footage
of Acid Tests and their bus trips (including Neal Cassady).  Filming,
directing, and editing contributors include:  Phil De Guere, John Norris, Sam
Field, and Far West Action Picture Services (a Merry Prankster group).
(Note:  Reportedly, this video has been sold via mail order by one of the
Pranksters.)

The Grateful Dead Movie - Grateful Dead (Round Reels)  Their very own movie,
released on June 1, 1977.  It was filmed during the October 16, 17, 18, 19,
and 20, 1974 shows at the Winterland Arena.  It is 131 minutes long.  Mickey
Hart played only during the second and thirds sets and the encore on the
20th.  During the 'flashback' scenes, studio versions of "St. Stephen",
"Ripple", and "Golden Road (To Unlimited Devotion)" were played.  The "It Must
Have Been The Roses" played during the closing credits is probably a studio
version as well.  "Casey Jones" is from the 17th.  "Going Down The Road
Feeling Bad", "U.S. Blues" and "Morning Dew" are from the 18th (Bill
Kreutzmann is wearing a long-sleeve black button-up collared shirt in all
three songs).  "One More Saturday Night" is probably from the 18th, as the
length in the movie matches the timing in DeadBase.  "Eyes Of The World" and
"Truckin'" are from either the 16th or 19th.  "Sugar Magnolia" is probably
from the 17th ("Sugar Magnolia" and "Sunshine Daydream" are together).
"Playing In The Band" is from the 16th (no Mickey Hart).  "Stella Blue" is
from the 17th or the 20th.  "Johnny B. Goode" is from the 20th (Mickey Hart is
introduced).

The Grateful Dead Movie - Grateful Dead (Image ID 7346 GD)  This is a release
on laserdisc.  It is in matted letterbox format (1.66 to 1 aspect ratio), with
a stereo digital audio soundtrack.  The first side is in CAV, permitting Gary
Gutierrez's animation to be scanned frame by frame.  Sides 2 and 3 are in CLV.

The Grateful Dead Movie - Grateful Dead ( )  In 1999, the movie has been
revamped for DVD with extra footage and extra tunes.

Don Kirschner's Rock Concert - Don Kirschner ( )  One of the shows from 1977
included the animation and "U. S. Blues" segments from "The Grateful Dead
Movie".

Saturday Night Live - NBC ( )  The Dead play "Casey Jones" and "I Need A
Miracle" > "Good Loving" on the November 11, 1978 broadcast.  Phil Lesh
appears wearing a large "Hi Mom" button.  Bill Kreutzmann appeared with John
Belushi in one of the skits.

Capitol Theater, Passaic, NJ - Grateful Dead ( )  A close circuit telecast to
a few theaters and FM radio stereo simulcast of the November 24, 1978 show.

Night Of The Living Dead - ( )  TV broadcast on PBS (KQED) and stereo
simulcast on KSAN of the December 31, 1978 show of the closing of the
Winterland Arena.

Deathsport - (1978)  The soundtrack for this movie (produced by Roger Corman)
includes Jerry Garcia playing guitar.

Invasion of the Body Snatchers - (United Artists, 1978)  During the first half
hour of the movie, Garcia appears a couple of times for a few seconds as a bum
playing the banjo in the park by City Hall.  The credits list 'Banjo - Jerry
Garcia'.  A remake of the 1956 movie.

Apocalypse Now - (1979)  The soundtrack includes some music by Mickey Hart and
the Rhythm Devils.

More American Graffiti - (1979)  "Cream Puff War" by the Grateful Dead is
included in the movie soundtrack but was not included on the album "More
American Graffiti - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack" (MCARecords MCA2 -
11006).

Saturday Night Live - NBC ( )  The Dead play "Alabama Getaway" and "Saint Of
Circumstance" during the April 5, 1980 broadcast.  Bob Weir appeared wearing
bunny ears.

PM Magazine - ( )  Had a brief interview with Garcia and Weir a few days
before the October, 1980 shows at Radio City Music Hall.

Dead Ahead - Grateful Dead ( )  This 114 minute video contains live
performances from October 30, 1981 ("Back On The Road Again", "Must Have Been
The Roses", "Ripple") and Halloween, 1980 at Radio City Music Hall in New York
City.  The laser disc version has several additional songs.

Dead Ahead (Restored Version) - Grateful Dead ( )  In 2000, the VHS version of
this video release has been restored.

An Evening With The Grateful Dead - Grateful Dead (1981)  Monarch/Noteworthy
present from Radio City Music Hall, New York:  "Back On The Road Again", "Must
Have Been The Roses", "Ripple", "Samson and Delilah", "Ramble on Rose",
"Truckin" > "Drums" (with Billy Cobham) > "The Other One", "Good Lovin'", and
"U.S. Blues" (first three are from the "Reckoning" album).  Hosted by Al
Franken and Tom Davis.  This was broadcast as a Showtime Cable special of the
October, 1980 shows, probably October 30, 1980.  Approximately 77 minutes
long.  Copyright by Grateful Dead Productions.

Radio City Music Hall - Grateful Dead ( )  A close circuit telecast to a few
select theaters and stereo simulcast of the October 31, 1980 show.

Mermaid - ( )  In one scene in this movie, starring Darryl Hannah and Tom
Hanks, the "mermaid" is sitting in pizza shop, looking out the window.  In
the background, on the Radio City Music Hall marquee, can be seen "EFUL DEAD".

Vietnam:  A Television History - (1981)  This thirteen week documentary series
was broadcast on PBS.  The opening and closing themes were scored by Mickey
Hart and Bill Kreutzmann, and include Merl Saunders and Bobby Vega.

Today Show - ( )  Gene Shalit interviews Garcia on the March 21, 1981 show.

Gruga Halle - Grateful Dead ( )  The show from March 28, 1981 at the Gruga
Halle, Essen, West Germany was broadcast on television and radio in Europe.
This included a most visually unusual "Drums" segment with the Flying
Karamazoff Brothers juggling around Mickey Hart.

Endangered Species - ( )  John Perry Barlow has a small role as an undercover
government agent in this 1982 release.

Tomorrow Show - (NBC)  Tom Snyder interviewing Garcia, Ken Kesey, Weir, Hart,
and Kreutzmann on May 7, 1981.  Includes acoustic performances of "On The Road
Again", "Dire Wolf", "Deep Elum Blues", and "Cassidy".

Late Night With David Letterman - (NBC)  Garcia and Weir appear on the April
13, 1982 broadcast and play "Deep Elum Blues" and "The Monkey And The
Engineer".  During a discussion about the band's album releases, Bob Weir
said, "If we ever put out a good album, they'll buy that too."

Backstage Pass - ( )  A 1982 syndicated show produced by Video West.  It had
a segment on the Dead and includes an interview with Garcia.

Portrait Of A Legend - ( )  A 1982 half hour syndicated series on the Dead
with videos from various places and interviews with Garcia and Weir.

Nightline - ABC News ( )  Garcia was interviewed September 3, 1982 about the
U.S. Festival.

The Last Word - ABC News ( )  This news and features show had a live segment
from the December 31, 1982 show.

NBC Overnight - NBC News ( )  An October, 1983 segment on the Dead by Linda
Ellerbee along with interviews.

The Sounds Of San Francisco - Video West ( )  A one hour show hosted by Greg
Kihn included a segment about the Dead.

Haight-Ashbury Revisited - Front Row Video ( )  This 1983 show included
footage of the Dead playing and interviews with band members.

Heartbeeps - ( )  With Andy Kaufmann and Bernadette Peters.  The sounds of
Jerry Garcia's guitar appear as the voice of the "baby" robot.

Deadhead - ( )  A short movie made in the early 80's about a girl who
convinced her boyfriend to ram their car into a brick wall at maximum speed
while playing "Freebird".  He dies, she survives, and goes onto become a
tour-head.  There are pictures of the girl with Bobby Weir and other Dead
members (Mickey Hart and Phil Lesh ?) outside a concert.

Hell's Angels Forever, Forever Hell's Angels - ( )  The Jerry Garcia Band
(Garcia, Kreutzmann, Kahn, and Saunders) performs on the Hell's Angels
"Pirates Party" boat ride of September 5, 1973 on the "SS Bay Belle" (yours
truly makes a cameo appearance).  Executive producers are Jerry Garcia and
Clare Frost.  Released in 1983.  An unreleased studio version of "It Takes A
Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry" is played over the closing credits.
This movie was re-released as "Hells's Angels".

Mask - ( )  With Cher.  The soundtrack includes "Ripple" from "American
Beauty".

One More Saturday Night - ( )  Al Franken and Tom Davis.  Garcia overdubbed
the guitar solo and provided soundtrack production.

Prevent Forest Fires - USDA ( )  Mickey Hart of the Grateful Dead talks on
this radio PSA about preventing forest fires while "Fire on the Mountain"
plays in the background.  Other groups also appear on this 1984 record.

New Year's Eve, 1985 - Grateful Dead ( )  A live broadcast of the second set
from December 31, 1985 on the USA cable network show "Night Flight".  Ken
Kesey did the psychedilisized color-commentary during the midnight countdown.
The broadcast was co-hosted by Bill Walton and Don Novello ("Father Guido
Sarducci").

Rex Radio - (KPFA, San Francisco)  A radio program hosted by Phil Lesh.  It
is broadcast on the second Monday of each month at 10pm on KPFA, 94.1 MHz.
The show began broadcasting in 1987.

Eyes of Chaos/Veil of Order - Phil Lesh and Gary Lambert (KPFA, San Francisco)
A monthly radio program hosted by Phil Lesh and Gary Lambert, featuring new
and/or weird music.  Produced by David Gans.  Broadcast on the second Monday
of each month, 9pm on KPFA, it replaced Rex Radio in mid-1992.

Farm Aid - var. ( )  "Samson And Delilah" > "The Wheel" > "I Need A Miracle"
from the July 4, 1986 show were included as part of the Farm Aid broadcast.

The Twilight Zone (CBS Broadcasting, 1985)  The Grateful Dead and Merl
Saunders wrote a number of the scores for this series which premiered on
September 27, 1985.  The main and end titles music is by the Grateful Dead.
This TV series, produced by Phil DeGuere, was broadcast in 1985 and 1986.
The opening theme piano music is Merl Saunders and Brent Mydland playing
together.

The Twilight Zone (CBS Broadcasting, 1985)  The music for "Kentucky Rye",
broadcast October 11, 1985, is by the Grateful Dead and Merl Saunders.

The Twilight Zone (CBS Broadcasting, 1985)  The music for "Nightcrawlers",
broadcast October 18, 1985, is by Merl Saunders and the Grateful Dead.

The Twilight Zone (CBS Broadcasting, 1985)  The music for "The Shadow Man",
broadcast on November 29, 1985, is by the Grateful Dead.

The Twilight Zone (CBS Broadcasting, 1985)  The music for "I Of Newton",
broadcast on December 13, 1985, is by the Grateful Dead.

The Twilight Zone (CBS Broadcasting, 1985)  The music for "But Can She
Type?", broadcast on December 20, 1985, is by the Grateful Dead.

The Twilight Zone (CBS Broadcasting, 1986)  The music for "The Misfortune
Cookie", broadcast on January 3, 1986, is by Merl Saunders.

The Twilight Zone (CBS Broadcasting, 1986)  Robert Hunter wrote the story and
teleplay for "The Devil's Alphabet" episode, broadcast in March, 1986.

A Prairie Home Companion - Minnesota Public Radio ( )  The January 10, 1987
show included a medley of "Ripple", "Brokedown Palace", and "Attics Of My
Life" performed by Garrison Keillor (vocals), Velma Fry (vocals), Pat Donahue,
and John Nieman (with acoustic guitar, mandolin, and piano).  This medley was
broadcast on the "Grateful Dead Hour Number xxx".

Levi's 501 Jeans - Levi Strauss Co., S.F. ( )  A 30 second radio commercial
featuring Garcia, Sandy Rothman, David Nelson, and John Kahn playing a
bluegrass-type tune, and Garcia singing '...a good pair of Levi's bound to
set me free ... Levi's 501 jeans shrink to fit only me...'.  Aired in early
1987.

Levi's 501 Jeans - Levi Strauss Co., S.F. ( )  During a 501 jeans commercial
with the fish, Jerry Garcia is (supposedly) playing in the background.  This
commercial may also include Branford Marsalis, Bruce Hornsby, and Rob
Wasserman.

The Heroes Journey:  The World of Joseph Campbell - ( )  Premiered on May 29,
1987 in Los Angeles at a benefit for the Hermes Society.  The soundtrack
includes Mickey Hart, Jerry Garcia, and Brent Mydland playing.

Further!  Ken Kesey's American Dreams - ( )  A one hour film about Ken Kesey
with footage of the acid tests, the Dead playing 'Trips' music at Kesey's
house in La Honda in 1966, Merry Pranksters, Jerry Garcia bits, etc.  Shown on
June 16, 1987 on KQED (PBS).  Produced by Joan Saffa and Steve Talbot.

Furthermore! - ( )  A half-hour program of outtakes from "Further!" with
longer segments of the interviews with Tom Wolfe, Allen Ginsberg, Ram Dass and
Kesey's other friends and acquaintances.  Shown after "Further!".

Touch Of Grey - Grateful Dead ( )  Video of the short version of the song.
Premiered on June 19, 1987.  The video was shot on May 9, 1987, at the Laguna
Seca Recreation Area after the Dead's show there.  It was directed by Gary
Gutierrez.

Day Of The Dead -  ( )  An MTV special which was broadcast in August, 1987.
It included various clips of taped performances, interview segments with
Garcia and Hart about the "In The Dark" album, and hourly reports by Carolyn
Haldeman from the Giants Stadium parking lot during the Grateful Dead's show.

Hell In A Bucket - Grateful Dead ( )  A video of the song.  Premiered in
September, 1987.

Late Night With David Letterman - (NBC)  Garcia and Weir appear on the
September 17, 1987 broadcast.  They play with the Late Night band during the
show ("Good Loving", "All Along the Watchtower", "Walking The Dog", and "Tore
Up Over You", "Kansas City" during the commercial intros) and perform "When I
Paint My Masterpiece".  Jerry Garcia spelled "TRUCKIN" on a Scrabble board
during the show's lead-in.  Bob Weir shows a parlor trick by levitating Jerry
Garcia.

Farm Aid III - var. ( )  "I Need A Miracle" > "Maggie's Farm" > "Black Peter"
from the September 19, 1987 show were included as part of the Farm Aid III
broadcast.

The Making Of The "Touch Of Grey" Video And More:  Dead Ringers / A Behind
The Scenes Look At The Grateful Dead's First Video - Grateful Dead (6 West
Home Video / Arista)  Released in September, 1987, this 30 minute VHS Hi-fi
video includes a live "Touch Of Grey", the "Touch Of Grey" video, and scenes
during the filming of the video.  Directed by Justin Kreutzmann.  The "Touch
Of Grey" video was shot on May 9, 1987, at the Laguna Seca Recreation Area
after the Dead's show there.  The puppets were created by Annabelle Garcia.

So Far - Grateful Dead (6 West Home Video/Arista SW 5701)  Released in
October, 1987, this 55 minute VHS Hi-fi Digital recording video contains live
versions of "Uncle John's Band" (Marin Vets), "Playing In The Band" (Marin
Vets > Oakland New Year's Eve, 1985), "Lady With A Fan", "Drums/Space", ( >
Marin Vets) "Not Fade Away", and "Throwing Stones" which are interspersed with
animation.  It is the Grateful Dead recorded at the Marin County Veteran's
Auditorium (April 19, 20, and 21, 1985) without an audience.  "So Far" was
premiered on TV by PBS during their fundraiser in August, 1990.  Also shown
were the short video of "Touch Of Grey", "Hell In A Bucket", "Just A Little
Light", the long "Touch Of Grey", and "Foolish Heart".

(It Was) Twenty Years Ago Today - (PBS)  A PBS documentary of the Summer of
Love, 1967 which includes a clip of the Dead playing at the Human Be-in with
Timothy Leary on stage with them.  Broadcast in 1987.

New Year's Eve 1987 - Grateful Dead ( )  A pay per view cable broadcast of the
New Year's Eve concert, December 31, 1987, at the Oakland-Alameda County
Coliseum, Oakland, CA.  Ken Kesey was the host for the show.

Olatunji And His Drums Of Passion - Hosted By Mickey Hart (Video Artists
International VAI 69046)  Live at the Oakland Coliseum on New Years Eve,
1985.  Produced by Mickey Hart and directed by Len Dell'Amico, it is 51
minutes long, in color, and VHS Hi-Fi.  Released in 1988.

Bone Alley - Robert Hunter (Relix Video  )  A video of the song from the
"Liberty" album, with Hunter appearing with an eye patch, black cape, hat
brim pulled down disguise.

Uninhibited -  ( )  Video advertisements for Cher's 'Uninhibited' perfume use
"Eep Hour", from the first Garcia solo album, as background music.

Datsun Trucks - ( )  Robert Hunter allowed "Truckin'" to be used for the ads
run in Canada.

The World Of Audubon:  Greed, Guns, And Wild Life - ( )  This program on
poaching is narrated by Richard Chamberlain.  It includes "#3 for Gaia" and
another piece by Hart.  Broadcast on WTBS cable in March, 1989.

MTV Closet Classics - var. (Sony Video)  This hour long video of various live
rock performances includes the Dead playing "One More Saturday Night".  This
is from Hamburg, Germany, on the 'Beat Club' TV show, and was recorded during
the Grateful Dead's "Europe '72" tour.

In Concert Against AIDS - var.( )  "Iko Iko", "Truckin'", and "Fire On The
Mountain" from the May 27, 1989 show were broadcast on KRON-TV (Channel 4,
(415) 561-8638).  Garcia and Weir also play with John Fogerty.  Also broadcast
were Garcia and Weir doing a pitch for donations, the high point of which is
Garcia calling Weir a 'klutz' because he messes up his lines.

Casey Kasem's Rock 'N' Roll Goldmine - The San Francisco Sound - var. ( )
This video includes the Dead performing "Truckin'", probably from a 1972 show.

Summer Solstice At The Shoreline Amphitheater, Mountain View, CA - Grateful
Dead ( )  A pay per view cable broadcast on the Showtime network and national
FM radio simulcast by Westwood One of the June 21, 1989 show.  The encore,
"Brokedown Palace", was faded out in the middle to end the show at the correct
time.  The intermission music was provided by Bob Bralove, Howard Danchik (of
Ultra Sound), who wrote the music, and Dan Healy on a variety of synthesizers
with MIDI links.

Summer Solstice At The Shoreline Amphitheater, Mountain View, CA - Grateful
Dead ( )  This show from June 21, 1989 was re-broadcast on cable a few days
after the concert, this time showing an almost complete "Brokedown Palace"
encore, except for the final repeat of the last verse.  This was done by
cutting approximately five minutes at the beginning (Bob Weir kicking the amps
was shown, the "Hideaway" jam was cut, and a return just before the first
'song', "Touch Of Grey").

Nightline - ABC News ( )  The July 4, 1989 program included Jerry Garcia, Bob
Weir, and Los Lobos playing an acoustic "This Land Is Your Land".  At the
beginning of the show, about 10 seconds of Garcia and a member of Los Lobos
playing "Sitting On Top Of The World" were broadcast.  Later, a few seconds
of "Let The Good Times Roll" were shown.  A portion of "Ripple" from the
"American Beauty" album was played over images from around the nation.  These
segments were taped backstage at Sullivan Stadium, Foxboro, MA, on July 2,
1989.

The Peace Tapes Vol. 1 - A Video Guide to Peace (The Peace Tapes c/o Clear Cut
Video Productions, 350 Kensington Rd., Suite 122, Mt. Prospect, IL 60056,
(312) 253-8400)  This 72 minute hi-fi stereo video about various environmental
and peace organizations includes Bob Weir among the interview segments.

Dead Head TV (Dead Head TV, P.O. Box 170642, S.F., CA 94117, (415) 626-5354)
A monthly, half hour long, Deadhead news show on cable TV.  Also available for
sale were four tapes featuring interviews, etc. (Tape 1 - April/May/June 1988;
Tape 2 - July/August/September 1988; Tape 3 - October/November/December1988/
January 1989; Tape 4 - March/April/May 1989).

       Show 1 - April, 1998:  Saint Valentine's Day, Chinese New Year's,
       Mardi Gras, St. Patrick's Day shows; Deadhead Profiles; H.J. Kaiser
       Convention Center.

       Show 2 - May, 1988:  Frost Amphitheater shows.

       Show 3 - June, 1988:  Interviews with Stanley Mouse, Alton Kelley,
       Paul Grushkin; essay on Deadheads and baseball; a Deadhead cable car
       operator gives a tour of San Francisco.

       Show 4 - July, 1988:  Walking tour of the Haight-Ashbury; Past and
       Present; Dinosaurs at the 1988 Annual Haight Street Fair; interviews
       Merl Saunders and John Cippolina.

       Show 5 - August, 1988:  Rex Foundation Benefit shows; interviews with
       David Gans about the Minglewood Town Council; Laguna Seca shows.

       Show 6 - September, 1988:  Northwest Tour; Capital Center; John
       Cippolina and Peter Albin on the new Dinosaurs album; R. Hunter
       interview - Part One and his "Bone Alley" video.

       Show 7 - October, 1988:  Madison Square Garden shows; Shoreline; Relix
       publishers Toni Brown and Les Kippel; Tom Constanten; R. Hunter
       interview - Part Two.

       Show 8 - November, 1988:  Southern Tour; Halloween and Lake Tahoe
       shows of the Jerry Garcia Band; gambling lyrics in GD songs; GD's
       rainforest message to Deadheads.

       Show 9 - January, 1989:  Long Beach; NYEve; Jerry Garcia Band with Bob
       Weir guesting in Los Angeles and San Francisco; The Bridge School
       Benefit Concert; Special Report:  Deadheads and the Neighbors of the
       Kaiser Convention Center - Will We Lose This Venue?

       Show 10 - March, 1989:  Kaiser, 1989:  Did We Pass the Test?; L.A.
       Forum; The Henry Kaiser Band - A Dark Star Performance; A Conversation
       with Dan Healy - Part One.

       Show 11 - April, 1989:  AIDS Benefit Press Conference; Deadhead
       Profiles:  Sherrie and Arnie Greif of Fractal Vision, and Ken Kubler
       of the Terrapin Station Club in Los Angeles; A Conversation with Dan
       Healy - Part Two.

       Show 12 - May, 1989:  Spring Tour, Part One; A Historic Look at Kezar
       Stadium; interview with Stu Nixon and Mike Dolgushkin; A Conversation
       with Dan Healy - Part Three.

       Show 13 - June, 1989:  Spring Tour, Part Two; Frost shows; New songs.

       Show 14 - July, 1989:  AIDS Benefit; Jerry Garcia Band at Eel River;
       Summer Solstice shows.

       Show 15 - September, 1989:

       Show 16 - November, 1989:  The "Dark Star"' Tour; John Cippolina;
       Deadhead 101.

       Show 17 - July, 1990:  Interview with Allen Cohen about his reprint
       of the San Francisco Oracle; Deadhead 101 - Part 2; Rebecca Adams.

       Show 18 - November, 1990:  "He's Gone:  A Tribute to Brent Mydland"

Comic Book Confidential - Ron Mann (Cinecom Entertainment Group, 1989)  This
documentary film about comics and comix art and artists includes "Truckin'"
during the R. Crumb segment and some portions from "Dark Star".

Throwing Stones - Grateful Dead (Arista  )  The "Throwing Stones" video was
filmed on November 5, 1987.

Foolish Heart - Grateful Dead (Arista  )  The video of the single was
premiered on October 11, 1989 on MTV.

Late Night With David Letterman - (NBC)  Garcia and Weir appear on the October
13, 1989 broadcast.  They perform "I Second That Emotion" and play with Late
Night band (theme song, "Another Brick In The Wall", "I Can't Turn You Loose",
"The Mighty Quinn", "Hideaway", and "Good Lovin'") during the commercial
breaks.

Timeless Voices - Gyuto Tantric Monks (Fairwind Productions, 22 W. 57th St.,
N.Y., NY 10019, (212) 246-7487)  This video documents various appearances by
the Gyuto Tantric Monks, including at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine,
New York City, on December 3, 1988.  This appearance also included the
performance by Kitaro, Mickey Hart, and others.  This was broadcast on October
22, 1989 on the Discovery cable network.

Today - NBC ( )  Rona Elliot interviewed Garcia and Weir during the October
31, 1989 broadcast.

Whales Weep Not (Fairwind Productions)  This video includes music by Kitaro
and Mickey Hart.

A Latino Session - The Cinemax Specials (HBO, 1989)  On November 19, 1989,
the Cinemax cable network broadcast this special on Latino music, featuring
Santana, Linda Ronstadt, and others, including Jerry Garcia.  Garcia played
with Santana, Rueben Blades, and in the jam at the end.  The special was
recorded on May 27, 1989, at the Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles, California.

Latino Session - var. (Rhino Home Video 2048)  Includes Jerry Garcia
performing live.  The sleeve art is available in both English and Spanish
format.

Sesion Latina - var. (Rhino Home Video 2048)  Includes Jerry Garcia
performing live.  The sleeve art is available in both Spanish and English
format.

An Evening With The Grateful Dead -  (KQED and Grateful Dead Productions,
1989)  First broadcast on December 2, 1989, by KQED TV in San Francisco, this
is the Grateful Dead in film and video performances:  'stars', "Uncle John's
Band", and "Playing In The Band" from "So Far"; the "Throwing Stones" and
"Touch Of Grey" videos; the animation into "U.S. Blues" from "The Grateful
Dead Movie"; the "Hell In A Bucket" video; Robert Nelson's movie; and the
"Foolish Heart" video.  Approximately 50 minutes long.

Rockline -  (Global Satellite Network/ABC Radio Network)  Jerry Garcia and
Bob Weir appeared on this live radio call-in interview show on December 11,
1989 from San Francisco.  Approximately 90 minutes long.

Built To Last - Grateful Dead (Arista)  A promotional video.

Just A Little Light - Grateful Dead (Arista )  The video was premiered on
January 15, 1990 on MTV.

Night Music - David Sanborn (Broadway Video/NBC)  Rob Wasserman and Bob Weir
played an acoustic "Victim Or The Crime" and jammed with Bongwater and
Pussywillow on the February 11, 1990 broadcast.

In Sports -  ( )  A segment of this program broadcast in February, 1990 was
about Bill Walton, described as 'the redhead is a Dead Head'.  This show also
included interviews with Garcia, Weir, and Hart as well as clips of Walton and
Weir riding bicycles and some concert footage.

Transformation Of Myth Through Time - Joseph Campbell ( )  Music composed by
Rand Weatherwax, and performed by David Jenkins on guitar, Brent Mydland on
piano, and Jerry Garcia on banjo.  Broadcast on PBS in 1990.

Hudson Chronicle - (WMHT Productions)  This program about the Hudson River and
its environment includes the closing bridge and last verses of "Uncle John's
Band".  Broadcast by PBS on March 21, 1990.

The Acid Test - (Key-Z Productions, P.O. Box 764, Pleasant Hill, OR 97455)
52 minutes of film footage of the Acid Tests, including the Grateful Dead
performing "Death Don't Have No Mercy", "King Bee", and "I'm A Hog For You",
along with something you're sure you will never see again:  Jerry Garcia
sweeping up after the show!  Released in March, 1990 on VHS Hi-Fi.

We Can Run - Grateful Dead ( )  This video of the song from "Built To Last"
was put together by the Dead and The National Audubon Society.  The video
contains footage supplied by the society of the environment before and after
man's intervention, including shots of whales, dolphins caught in tuna nets,
and animals affected by in the recent rash of oil spills.  Distributed on
April 6, 1990 for broadcast on Earth Day.

In Sports - (NBC)  On the July 28, 1990 program, Jerry Garcia appeared for
about 15 seconds as 'Sports Fan Of The Week' and mentioned his long time
attendance of San Francisco '49ers games.

Decades - var. (Arts & Entertainment)  In this program about the seventies,
while "Candyman" plays, Garcia is interviewed, and says 'every musician is
basically playing for a small group of businessmen, and that's not what music
is about'.  Cable broadcast in August, 1990.

Invention - var. (The Discovery Channel)  The second program of this series
(first broadcast during the week of October 8, 1990) included a ten minute
segment on Mickey Hart's work on the digital restoration of the Smithsonian
Institute's recording collection.  The segment included a short interview with
Hart, some biographical background, his work with the Gyuto Monks, and showed
Hart at a Macintosh computer restoring a Leadbelly recording.  Some scenes
from the "Touch Of Grey" video were also shown.  Shown on the Discovery cable
network.

Gaia - var. (360 Productions/Editel NY, 222 East 44th Street, New York, NY
10017-4385, (212) 867-4600)  This video of Mickey Hart, Phillip Glass, and
Kitaro is a performance of "Gaia", probably from December 3, 1988 at the
Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York City.  Directed by James R.
Donaldson with post-production by Eli Friedman.  Released in July, 1990.

Berkeley In The 60's - var. (produced by Mark Kitchell)  This 1990 release is
a documentary about the political movement at the Berkeley campus.  It
includes a very short clip of the Dead performing "Viola Lee Blues".

New Year's Eve 1990 - Grateful Dead ( )  An FM stereo radio simulcast of the
New Year's Eve concert, December 31, 1990, at the Oakland-Alameda County
Coliseum, Oakland, CA.  Carried over the "Grateful Dead Coast-to-Coast Radio
Network", mostly on PBS radio stations, with some stations broadcasting a
tape-delayed show on January 1, 1991.

Blues From The Rainforest - Merl Saunders (Sumertone Records)  A short (3:52)
video of the title song, it features Merl Saunders, Muruga Booker, and Jerry
Garcia playing with the background showing scenes of rainforest destruction.
Released in December, 1990, for broadcast only.  It was produced by Western
Images, with Gary Gutierrez as creative consultant.

Deadheads:  An American Subculture (Office of Continuing Education and Summer
Session, University of North Carolina at Greensboro)  A 28 minute look at the
Deadheads and their subculture.  Much of the footage was filmed during the
Summer, 1989 tour.  Released January 13, 1991, on PBS. Directed by Emily
Edwards, and the associate producer is Rebecca G. Adams.  Available from:
Films for the Humanities and Sciences, P.O. Box 2053, Princeton, NJ
08543-2053.

A Night On The Town - var. ( )  A video concert filmed at the Universal
Amphitheater in Los Angeles.  Jerry Garcia plays with Bruce Hornsby on "Barren
Ground" and "Across The River".  Also appearing are Bela Fleck on "Barren
Ground" and on a bluegrass version of "Valley Road", guitarist David
Mansfield, saxophonist Joe Henderson, and vocalist Shaun Colvin.  Shown on
cable television (VH-1) in April, 1991.

Instant Recall - (CBS)  The broadcast on January 21, 1991 included a segment
on the Grateful Dead and the Deadheads and interviews with Toni Brown of
Relix, Ken Kesey, Ken Babbs, David Gans, and Jerry Garcia.

Dominoes - (Aurora Entertainment, 131 King Street, Northhampton, MA 01060)
This film, produced by John Re, consists of film footage of 60's events with
60's music playing over it.  About 7 minutes of "Dark Star" were used for the
film of the November 15, 1969 Moratorium in Washington D.C.  Shown on KQED-TV
(San Francisco) on January 23, 1991.

The Making Of "Blues From The Rainforest" - Merl Saunders (Sumertone Records)
A film about the making of the "Blues From The Rainforest" album, video, and
concert footage from the Rainforest Concert at the Great American Music Hall
in San Francisco.  To be released in 1991.

Blues From The Rainforest:  A Musical Suite - Merl Saunders (Mobile Fidelity)
A DVD version released in 1999.

Blues From The Rainforest:  A Musical Suite - Merl Saunders (Whirlwind WDVD
2004, Whirlwind Media, 105 Morris Ave., Sebastopol, CA 95472)  This 195 minute
long DVD consists of live performances at the Great American Music Hall in
1990, with additional video that includes Jerry Garcia.  Released in 2001.

Late Night With David Letterman - (NBC)  Lyle Lovett appeared on the February
21, 1991 broadcast and performed "Friend Of The Devil", which he performs on
the "Deadicated" album.

Headliners -  (KRON-TV, (415) 561-8638)  This KRON produced special included
interviews with Carlos Santana, Jerry Garcia, and Alice Walker.  Jerry Garcia
was interviewed about jamming ('very important'), running out of places to
play, and his musical legacy ('I'd like to be thought of as a competent
musician.  That would be good.').  Aired February 26, 1991 on KRON (Channel 4)
in the San Francisco area.

Rock Concert Etiquette -  (Brendan Byrne Arena, Meadowlands, NJ)  Following
the deaths of three patrons over the last 2 years, the Meadowlands complex
management unveiled a 10 minute video for adolescents (and those who act like
adolescents) on how to attend a concert.  Celebrities like Hulk Hogan, O.J.
Anderson, Bon Jovi, and Bob Weir are in the video.  It will be shown in
schools in New Jersey and before movies in theaters.  It follows two teens,
Ted and Julie, who drive to a Grateful Dead show at the Brendan Byrne Arena
and do everything wrong.  Ted doesn't leave enough time to find parking,
brings alcohol and drugs, buys tickets from a scalper ($100 each), and buys a
T-shirt from a bootleg vendor.  At his seat, he acts so obnoxious the couple
is ejected by a guard.  Julie calls her father for a ride, because Ted has
been drinking.  After each mistake, a celebrity points out what was wrong and
what to do instead.

Late Night With David Letterman - (NBC)  Dwight Yoakam appeared on the May 5,
1991 broadcast and performed "Truckin'", which he performs on the "Deadicated"
album.

Deadheads - Brian O'Donnell (Flyin Eye Productions, P.O. Box 243, Sullivan's
Island, SC 29481, 1991)  An hour long movie about the Deadheads.  Made over
the course of 10 years, on 16 mm film.  It does not contain footage of the
band.

Black Muddy River - Danny Carnahan and Robin Petrie ( )  Recorded especially
for the February 17, 1991 'Grateful Dead Marathon' on KPFA hosted by David
Gans.  John Diliberto was recording them for his program "Echoes", and David
Gans asked him to ask them to do a Dead song.  Also played on Grateful Dead
Hour 208.

Personalities -  (NBC)  The March 24, 1991 program included a 15 minute
segment on the Grateful Dead (in particular Bob Weir).  It consisted of
interviews with Bob Weir, as well as footage for the Spring, 1991 show at
Landover and inside the Capitol Center show ("Mississippi Half-Step Uptown
Toodeloo").

A Current Affair (Extra) - ( )  The program aired on April 27, 1991 included a
10 minute segment on the Dead, mostly an interview with Bob Weir (the Dead are
a 'service organization' because they play music for people's pleasure; the
Dead handle all their own financial and business affairs; they are thinking
about selling TV rights to their board meetings - it's basically a bunch of
maniacs sitting around a table trying to figure things out; all the GD
employees are well-paid with health insurance, etc.;  about the "Deadicated"
album, he liked hearing other people doing their songs;  he emphasized his
(and the band's) commitment to preserving the rainforests and that he doesn't
want to grow old in a place where you have to choke, wheeze and hide from the
sun;  about touring (indefinitely), he says "I have no other plans").  There
was also a short segment on Deadheads, how the Dead have inspired a new
flavor for ice cream (Cherry Garcia), and they also talked to and showed
clips of several artists (Suzanne Vega, Lyle Lovett, Dwight Yoakum, Los
Lobos) from the "Deadicated" album.  They also talked to the producer of
"Deadicated", who feels that it will introduce the Dead to a whole new
audience.

NBC Nightly News -  (NBC Television)  The July 5, 1991 news broadcast included
a segment on the Dead's summer tour.  Included was some live footage of "Iko
Iko" and "Bertha", Jerry Garcia attributing the secret to the Dead's longevity
to "Good clean living", that many Deadheads were also professionals, and
ending the program with the credits rolling over a "Steal Your Face" skull.

In Concert '91 -  (ABC Television)  The July 5, 1991 program featured the
Grateful Dead.  Shown were:  "Rainforest Theme" as the show intro; "Saint Of
Circumstance" from June 17, 1991; "Friend Of The Devil" by Lyle Lovett at Red
Rocks with no audience; Jerry Garcia in a cameo about recycling cans; "China
Doll" by Suzanne Vega and an interview (excerpt); "Truckin'" by Dwight Yoakum
and Bob Weir and an interview with Yoakum (excerpt); "Eyes Of The World" by
the Dead from June 17, 1991;  Weir and Garcia about rainforest safe products;
Weir about activism; "Uncle John's Band" by the Indigo Girls with an audience
(excerpt); and "I Need A Miracle" by the Dead from June 16, 1991.  Stereo
simulcast (in some areas) on FM radio.

Levi's 501 Jeans - Levi Strauss Co., S.F. ( )  A series of 501 jeans
commercials were shot and directed by Spike Lee at the Dead's June 16, 1991
show.  The background music is by Jerry Garcia, Branford Marsalis, and Bruce
Hornsby.

The Thrill Is Gone - David Grisman and Jerry Garcia ( )  A video for the tune
on the "Garcia/Grisman" CD (Acoustic Disc ACD-02, released in July, 1991).
Produced by Gillian Grisman.

Bobby & The Midnites - Bobby & The Midnites (View 1328, VIEW Video Catalog,
34 East 23rd Street, New York, NY 10010, (212) 674-5550 or (800) 843-9843,
1991) a 1984 performance from Switzerland, filmed using seven cameras and
recorded in stereo sound.  The video includes:  "Festival" (5:13),
"Youngblood" (3:22), "Me Without You" (4:57), "Salt Lake City", "Easy To Slip"
(6:23), "Bahamas Mama" (7:09), "I Found Love" (7:30), "Book of Rules" (4:14),
"Drums Galore" (2:24), and "Josephine" (6:39).  The band personnel are:  Bob
Weir (guitar and vocals), Billy Cobham (drums), Dave Garland (keyboard and
sax), Bobby Cochran (guitar), and Alphonso Johnson (bass).

Edge (PBS)  Debut during the first week of October, 1991.  Robert Krulwich
hosts an offbeat monthly magazine focusing on American popular culture.  The
first program included Buck Henry exploring the phenomenon of the Grateful
Dead mystique.  It included footage shot at the Shoreline, 1991 shows.  Buck
Henry was driven to the show by Bill Gillin in his VW bus.

Late Night With David Letterman - (NBC)  Rob Wasserman and Bob Weir appeared
on the September 27, 1991 broadcast and performed "The Winners" (a.k.a. "He
Travels Fastest Who Travels Alone"), as well as played with the show's band
("(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction", "Lay Down (Candles In The Rain)" as an intro
for actress Melanie Griffith, and "Truckin'") during commercial breaks.

Late Night With David Letterman - (NBC)  During the October 30, 1991 show, the
Late Night Band, with sit-ins Warren Zevon and Waddy Wachtel, played "Sugar
Magnolia" during the 1:10 a.m. commercial break.

The Rock Bottom Remainders - var. (BMG Video, 1992)  The video from a concert,
organized by Kathi Karmen Goldmark, of authors performing songs.  It includes
Robert Fulghum (author of "All I Really Need To Know I Learned In
Kindergarten"), on mandocello, performing "Ripple".  http://www.dqydj.com

Hearts of Darkness - ( )  This film about the making of "Apocalypse Now" uses
some of the music from the Rhythm Devils sessions.

Infrared Sightings - Grateful Dead (Trigon Productions ID 2105 TR, Image
Entertainment, Inc., 9333 Oso Avenue, Chatsworth, CA, 91311)  A laser disc
with three selections from "Infrared Roses" ("Riverside Rhapsody",
"Post-Modern Highrise Table Top Stomp", and "Infrared Roses") with
accompanying visuals.  Produced and directed by Len Dellamico and  Larry
Lachman.  The running time of the whole disc is approximately 18 minutes.
Released in late 1992.

Infrared Sightings - Grateful Dead ( )  Also released on VHS tape.

Playboy After Dark - (Playboy Cable, (310) 246-4000)  The "Playboy After Dark"
shows from 1969 were re-broadcast during the second half of 1992 over the
Playboy Channel on cable television.  On Program No. 23 (the July 10, 1969
show, re-broadcast in December, 1992) the Grateful Dead appear and play
"Mountains Of The Moon", "St. Stephen", and "Turn On Your Lovelight".  The
original program was recorded on January 18, 1969.

Backstage Pass - Grateful Dead (Grateful Dead Merchandising, 1992)  A thirty
minute video history of the band with clips from home movies, etc.:   Garcia
plays banjo; Pigpen performs "Hard To Handle" from a show at the Avalon
(possibly February 4, 1970); "Fearless Groove" features Hart and Kreutzmann
recorded at the Front Street studios; the Dead at the Fillmore West; Egypt
'78; Garcia, Weir, and Lesh performing Dylan's "She Belongs To Me" at the
band's Front Street studios; Brent Mydland's "Easy To Love You"; and "Infrared
Roses".  Justin Kreutzman, in collaboration with Xaos Computer Animation &
Design, produced the closing 3:30 long animation with a soundtrack of cuts
from the "Infrared Roses" album.  Released in October, 1992.  Directed by
Justin Kreutzmann and produced by Gillian Grisman of Anubis Films.

The Music Tells You - Branford Marsalis (Columbia, 1992) this video includes
live tracks with Bruce Hornsby and Sting, and footage from backstage at the
September 10, 1991 show, with Garcia speaking.  It is directed by D. A.
Pennebaker, who also worked on "Don't Look Back" and "Monterey Pop".  Released
in November, 1992.

The Grateful And The Dead -   (BBC)  Aired in the UK on January 22, 1993.
This program was about Phil Lesh, through the Rex Foundation, supporting the
publication, performance, and recording of modern classical composers, most of
them in Britain.  The program featured a long interview with Phil Lesh (with
David Gans in most shots but silent), and shorter interviews with Jerry Garcia
and Bob Weir.  There were excerpts shown from each night at Cal Expo in May,
1992 ("Tennessee Jed", "Stagger Lee", "Space" and "Estimated") and a short
film of Pharaoh Saunders and the Grisman Quartet.  Phil Lesh was interviewed
while producing the "Eyes of Chaos/Veil of Order" radio show, during the
summer, 1992.  Produced by Jeremy Marre.

J. Garcia Art In Neckwear - Jerry Garcia (Stonehenge Ltd., 1992)  A series of
eight neckties based on artwork by Jerry Garcia was sold starting in July,
1992.  The idea for the ties developed when Irwin Sternberg (the president of
Stonehenge Ltd.) and Libby Wegner saw an exhibit of Garcia's artwork at a
gallery in SoHo, New York City.  The first series of ties consisted of the
following designs:  "Undertow", "Abstract Angles", "Ibid", "Fish", "Banyan
Tree", "Nude", "Erudite Gentleman", and "Frog".  A second series of eight ties
was released in December, 1992, and included:  "Hummingbird Study", "New York,
NY", "Floating Planes", "Squirrel Maze", "Terrapin", "Volcano", "Flaming
Meadow", and "Alien Craft".

Grateful Dead Skis - Lunatic Fringe (A division of K2 Skis)  For the 1992/93
ski season, a series of Grateful Dead related skis were made, including the
"Dark Star" model.

Panther Dream Skis - Lunatic Fringe (A division of K2 Skis)  For the 1992/93
ski season, a series of "Panther Dream" related skis were made, sporting the
"Steal Your Face" logo and artwork from the book.

KPFA "Valentine's Dead" Marathon, February 14, 1993 - David Gans (KPFA, S.F.)
During this radio broadcast, Danny Carnahan and Robin Petrie played live in
the studio, and performed: "Boys In The Barroom", "Prodigal Town", "The Stars
Come Down", "Black Muddy River", and "Attics Of My Life" (with David Gans
singing the bottom vocal parts on "Attics").

My Generation - California Rock (1993)  This video includes songs by Poco
("C'mon"), the Grateful Dead ("One More Saturday Night"), PG&E, the Byrds
("Rock Star"), Santana ("Jingo"), Canned Heat, and NRPS ("Truck Driving Man").

The Guiding Light -  ( )  In the episode broadcast on February 19, 1993, Tom
Constanten had a cameo role:  Man in restaurant: "You're Tom Constanten!
Grateful Dead!"  TC:  "Only one I know of."  Man:  "Let me kiss your hands!"
TC:  (holds out his hands, man kisses)  Man:  "Let me get a pen!" (goes to the
bar.  TC, in the background, stands there, looking uncomfortable).

The Walter Cronkite America's Cup Report (Fairwind Productions)  A video for
the yacht races.  Music scored and produced by Mickey Hart.  Members of the
Grateful Dead also play on this soundtrack.  To be released.

A Season Of Whales (Fairwind Productions)  This video includes music by Kitaro
and Mickey Hart.  To be released.

- Hot Tuna ( )  A 90 minute Hot Tuna video, which includes interviews with Bob
Weir.  To be released.

Olympic Games, 1996 ( )  Mickey Hart composed (and played) the music for the
opening ceremonies of the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta, Georgia.

Janis Joplin - A Little Piece Of My Heart (Laserlight Digital 12826, Delta
Music Inc., Los Angeles, CA 90025, http://www.deltamusic.com)  This 1997 audio
book on CD, narrated by Kris Kristofferson, includes, on Track 1, a 44 second
long snippet of Jerry Garcia speaking about Janis Joplin.  Licensed from
Westwood One Entertainment.

Joplin/Hendrix/Morrison (Laserlight Digital 55624)  This three CD audio book,
narrated by Kris Kristofferson, includes, on Track 1 of the Janis Joplin CD, a
44 second long snippet of Jerry Garcia speaking about Janis Joplin.

Timothy Leary's Last Trip:  with Ken Kesey and The Merry Pranksters (Hazardous
Media Productions, http://www.hazardous.com, distributed by Fox Lorber/WinStar
Home Video, 1997)  A 60 minute video about Timothy Leary and the Merry
Pranksters, featuring music by the Grateful Dead.

The Grateful Dead - A Photofilm From Paul McCartney ( )  A nine minute film,
consisting of photographs of the Grateful Dead, shot in 1967-68 by Linda
(Eastman) McCartney (who died in April, 1998 of breast cancer), and edited
by Paul McCartney.

The Grateful Dead:  Anthem To Beauty (Rhino Home Video R3 2385, January 27,
1998)  A 75 minute VHS stereo video about the making of the "Anthem Of The
Sun" and "American Beauty" albums.  Directed by British filmmaker Jeremy
Marr.  First shown in April, 1998 (about 45 minutes worth) on VH-1 as part
of their "Classic Albums" series.  About an hour of this video was shown
on PBS during their pledge drives in August, 1998.  The complete video was
shown on the BBC, who had also produced the video.

The Grateful Dead:  Anthem To Beauty (Rhino Home Video R3 2391, January 27,
1998)  A box set release of the VHS video and the "American Beauty" CD.

The Grateful Dead:  Anthem To Beauty (Rhino Home Video R3 5662, May 18, 1999)
Also released on DVD.

Headcandy:  Sidney's Psychedelic Adventure ( )  A 60 minute long VHS videotape
of 3-D visuals which includes music by Merl Saunders and Jerry Garcia.
Included with the tape are two pairs of 3-D prism glasses and a stick of
incense.  Created by Chris Juul.

Nerds 2.0.1:  A Brief History Of The Internet (Oregon Public Broadcasting,
1998)  Industry columnist Robert X. Cringely explains how the Internet came
to be.  In the third segment, "Wiring The World", Cringely travels to San
Francisco in a VW van, while "Truckin'" is played in the background.  He
interviews David Gans, who states that 'tape traders are responsible for 18
percent of the packet traffic on the net', and then immediately recants that.

Planet Drum - Mickey Hart ( )  A video featuring Planet Drum performances from
October 21, 1998 at the Hammerstein Ballroom, New York City, during their
"Supralingua" tour.  It includes "Frog Dance" (live), "Temple Caves" (set to
footage of the N train), "Secret Meeting Place" (live), "Bones" (live),
"Shango" (live), "Speedbag" (live), and "Fire On The Mountain" (live).  It
also includes interview segments with Walter Cronkite, Mickey Hart and the
band members, and others.  Shown on PBS during their August, 1999 fund-raising
drive.

Downhill From Here - Grateful Dead ( )  This video release is concert footage
from the July 17, 1989 ("Let The Good Times Roll", "Feel Like A Stranger",
"Built To Last", "Me And My Uncle", "Cumberland Blues", "It's All Over Now"),
July 19, 1989 ("West L.A. Fadeaway", "Desolation Row", and "Deal"), and July
17, 1989 ("China Cat Sunflower" > "I Know You Rider", "Playing In The Band" >
"Uncle John's Band" > "Standing On The Moon" > "drums" > "The Wheel" > "Gimme
Some Loving" > "Going Down The Road Feeling Bad" > "Not Fade Away" > "And We
Bid You Goodnight"; encore:  "Johnny B. Goode") shows.

Ticket To New Year's - Grateful Dead ( )  The video release of the 1987 New
Year's Eve concert.

Ticket to New Year's (Limited Edition) - Grateful Dead ( )  A limited edition
in special packaging, released on VHS.

Ticket To New Year's - Grateful Dead ( )  The DVD release of the 1987 New
Year's Eve concert.

Great Expectations - (1998)  The soundtrack for this movie includes "Uncle
John's Band" by the Grateful Dead.

Indoscrub - Mickey Hart and Planet Drum ( )  A DVD single, released in April,
1999.

A Walk On The Moon - (Miramax Films)  The film, released in April, 1999,
includes "Ripple" by the Grateful Dead.  Jerry Garcia plays on "Today" with
Jefferson Airplane.

Runaway Bride (1999)  This film, starring Julia Roberts and Richard Gere,
includes several Grateful Dead references.  During one wedding scene, the
band Juggling Suns (formerly Solar Circus) performs "Sugar Magnolia".  The
trampoline has a "Steal Your Face" on it.  The words "DEAD AHEAD" appear on
the bulldozer blade.

Around The Fire - (USA, 1998; 107 minutes, directed by John Jacobsen)  The
soundtrack to this movie, released in February, 2000, includes the Grateful
Dead's "Brown Eyed Women", from the May 4, 1977 show.

High Adventure In Japan - Dave Nelson Band (Dave Nelson Band,
http://www.nelsonband.com, 1999)  this 77 minute video of live concert footage
from On Air East in Tokyo, Japan on April 16, 1998 includes a version of
"Cumberland Blues".

The End Of The Road - (http://www.endoftheroad.com/, 2000)  Produced by Brent
Meeske and Michael Dong, this 99 minute movie (edited from 44 hours of video
tape) chronicles the end of what would be the Grateful Dead's final tour, life
on tour, and the memorial services to Jerry Garcia.  The score is taken from
the "Blues From The Rainforest" album.  Premiered August 1, 2000.

The Life Of Janis Joplin - (BBC)  This documentary about Janis Joplin includes
three interview clips with Bob Weir.  Broadcast in England on June 13, 2000.
The title may be different?

View From the Vault - Grateful Dead (Grateful Dead/Monterey Home Video
5077VHS)  A VHS (NTSC) video of most of the July 8, 1990 show in Pittsburgh.
It is a subset of what is on the DVD and CD versions.  Made available June 28,
2000.  The video was made from the original in-house video screen feed master
tapes, and has the 2-track stereo soundboard mix.

View From the Vault - Grateful Dead (Grateful Dead/Monterey Home Video
5077PAL)  A VHS (PAL) video of most of the July 8, 1990 show in Pittsburgh.
It is a subset of what is on the DVD and CD versions.  Made available June 28,
2000.

View From the Vault - Grateful Dead (Grateful Dead/Monterey Home Video
5077DVD)  A DVD video release of the July 8, 1990 show in Pittsburgh, with
filler from the July 6, 1990 show.  The DVD version was released on October
10, 2000.

The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn (CBS)  The Other Ones appeared on the
August 23, 2000 show, and played "Ripple".  Afterwards, Bob Weir and Mickey
Hart were interviewed. "China Cat Sunflower", "Trucking" (which was started
three times), and "Ripple" had been recorded on August 21, 2000.  This show
was rebroadcast on October 26, 2000.

The Today Show - NBC (Saturday, November 11, 2000)  Ratdog (Bob Weir, Rob
Wasserman, Jay Lane, Mark Karan, Jeff Chimenti, and Kenny Brooks) played in
Rockefeller Plaza, New York City.  They performing "Odessa", Bob Weir was
briefly interviewed, and then the band performed a shortened "Ashes & Glass"
(the camera panned back and cut to a commercial as the final note faded).
They also performed "Corrina", which was not broadcast.

Wildflowers - (2000)  The cover lists "Robert Hunter" among others, as
providing the soundtrack.  A Hunter song is in the movie, but barely audible,
being played on someone's car radio during the movie.

Grateful Dawg - (11th Hour Productions, 2000) Gillian Grisman (David Grisman's
daughter) produced this full length film about Grisman and his musical
relationship with Jerry Garcia.  Premiered on October 13, 2000 at the Mill
Valley Film Festival.

View From the Vault II - Grateful Dead (Grateful Dead 5080VHS)  Released on
June 15, 2001.  A VHS (NTSC) release of the June 14, 1991 show at RFK Stadium
in Washington, D.C.  The VHS running time is approximately 153 minutes.  This
is a subset of what was released on CD and DVD.

View From the Vault II - Grateful Dead (Grateful Dead 5080PAL)  Released on
June 15, 2001.  A VHS (PAL) release of the June 14, 1991 show at RFK Stadium
in Washington, D.C.  The VHS running time is approximately 153 minutes.  This
is a subset of what was released on CD and DVD.

View From the Vault II - Grateful Dead (Grateful Dead 5080DVD)  Released on
June 15, 2001.  A DVD release of the June 14, 1991 show at RFK Stadium in
Washington, D.C., with additional footage from the July 12, 1990 show.  This
is the same as on the "View From The Vault II" soundtrack CD.  The DVD running
time is approximately 225 minutes.  Also included are the "Liberty" video,
directed by Justin Kreutzmann, plus a visible lyrics option, venue info, and a
band bio.

Soundtrack - (BBC, 2002)  This tentatively titled series about songwriters
includes a mid-2000 interview with Robert Hunter at a Nashville hotel with a
guitar shaped swimming pool.  Hunter performed "Box Of Rain" and
"Alligator".  When asked about the process of writing, Hunter described just
getting this stuff from 'out there' as if he didn't really have much to do
with the process.  Shortly after saying this, Hunter stopped talking, looked
thoughtful, and asked for a pen - inspiration strikes again!  Still filming,
the BBC just might have captured "the" moment when Hunter first came up with a
classic song.



Books
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Olla Podrida - var.  (Berkeley High School, Berkeley, CA, 1955)  The Berkeley
High School yearbook from 1955 (white cover) includes several photos of Phil
Lesh as a sophomore.

Olla Podrida - var.  (Berkeley High School, Berkeley, CA, 1956)  The Berkeley
High School yearbook from 1956 (black (dark) cover) includes several photos of
Phil Lesh as a junior.

Olla Podrida - var.  (Berkeley High School, Berkeley, CA, 1957)  The Berkeley
High School yearbook from 1957 (red cover) includes several photos of Phil
Lesh as a senior.

The Jefferson Airplane And The San Francisco Sound - Ralph J. Gleason
(Ballantine Books, New York, 1969) has a chapter "Jerry Garcia - The Guru",
which is an interview with Garcia in 1967 after the first Grateful Dead album
was released.  Published in June, 1969.

The Dead Book: A Social History of the Grateful Dead - Hank Harrison (Links
Books, New York, 1970) contains a flexi-record of the Dead doing 'Trips' music
to Neal Cassady's rap at the Straight Theatre, July 23, 1967.  In the book,
the character "Gladstone Odduck" is Hank Harrison.

Fillmore East & West - James A. Hudson (Scholastic Books, 1970)  First
printing in November, 1970.  Yes, this is *that* "Scholastic Books"!  The
final chapter, entitled "A Night At The Fillmore East", is about February,
1970 shows at the Fillmore East with the Grateful Dead, the Allman Brothers
and Love.  The chapter is short on accuracy.  The author describes "Wild Bill
Constanten" as wearing a goatee and a Stetson hat and playing the gong and the
organ, a dull drums, and the Dead as having played a song entitled "Miss Me
When I'm Gone" (a title contrived from the chorus of "I Know You Rider".)

Rock Folk - Michael Lydon (Dial Press, New York, 1971)  Includes a chapter
about life on the road with the Dead during May, 1969, mostly the shows at
Springer's Inn in Oregon.  This chapter is a reprint of a Rolling Stone
magazine article from August 23, 1969.

England '72:  "Book Of The Dead" -  (Warner Brothers Records, London, 1972)
A tour book issued for the Dead's tour of England and Europe in Spring, 1972.

Garcia:  A Signpost To New Space - Jerry Garcia, Charles Reich, and Jann
Wenner (Straight Arrow, San Francisco, 1972)  This is an interview with Garcia
and Mountain Girl.

Grandfather Rock - David Morse (Dell, New York, 1972, ISBN 0-440-93029-4)  In
this book on rock music lyrics, the chapter entitled "Death" includes a
discussion of Robert Hunter, the Dead's "Casey Jones", and some background
about the real Casey Jones.

Turn It Up (I Can't Hear The Words) - Bob Sarlin (Simon and Schuster, New
York, 1973)  Contains a chapter "Robert Hunter - An Invisible Songpoet", which
is about Robert Hunter and the lyrics to the "Workingman's Dead" and "American
Beauty" albums.

Ken Kesey's Garage Sale - Ken Kesey ( )  In the screenplay, the "Samuel
Hawkholder" character is supposedly based on Jerry Garcia.

Clive:  Inside The Record Business - Clive Davis (William Morrow, New York,
1975)  This book, by the president of Arista Records, contains several
references to the Grateful Dead and their signing with Arista.

Mouse & Kelly - Stanley Mouse and Alton Kelly (Delta/Dell Publishing Co., New
York, 1979)  A portfolio of the artwork of Stanley "Mouse" Miller and Alton
Kelley, much of it done for the Grateful Dead.

Mouse & Kelly - Stanley Mouse and Alton Kelly (Phin Publ. Co., Phin House,
Cheltenham, UK,  )  Contains eight 12 by 16 inch heavy art paper posters from
the "Mouse & Kelly" book.

Rick Griffin - Gordon McClelland (Perigee Books/G. P. Putman's Sons, New York,
1980)  A portfolio of his artwork, much of it done for the Dead.  Rick Griffin
was in a motorcycle accident on Friday, August 16, 1991, and passed away on
Sunday, August 18, 1991.

The Dead - Hank Harrison (Celestial Arts, Millbrae, CA, 1980)  This book has
the 'flying eyeball' on the cover.  Some first edition copies are signed by
the author and have a sticker on the cover stating this.

Grateful Dead:  1965 - 1980 "Singing Thank You For A Real Good Time" -
(Grateful Dead Productions, October, 1980)  A 12 page picture booklet.

Better Homes And Gardens -  ( )  One of the issues from 1980 featured the
Dead's former house at 710 Ashbury Street, which had been renovated between
1973 and 1978.

Far Away Radios - Robert M. Petersen (Robert M. Petersen, privately printed,
1980)  This book used to be distributed through the Grateful Dead office.

The Rolling Stone Interviews:  1967 - 1980 -  (Rolling Stone/St. Martin's
Press, New York, 1981)  This collection on interviews includes an abbreviated
version of the Garcia interview that appeared in the book "Garcia:  A Signpost
To New Space".

Grateful Dead:  The Music Never Stopped - Blair Jackson (Delilah Book, 1983)

Grateful Dead - The Official Book Of The Dead Heads - Paul Grushkin, Cynthia
Bassett, and Jonas Grushkin (Quill, New York, 1983)

Grateful Dead Concert Program 1983/84 - (Grateful Dead Productions, 1983)  A
32 page concert booklet with the crow on a blue shield cover.

Grateful Dead - (Grateful Dead Productions, 1983)  A 32 page concert booklet
with the crow on a blue shield cover.  Same book as above, but does not say
"Concert Program 1983/84" on the cover.

Truckin' With The Grateful Dead To Egypt - Robert Nichols (Moonbow Press,
Quincy, CA, 1984)  A description of the Grateful Dead's 1978 Egypt trip.
Published on September 14, 1984.  Nichols was to publish a second book,
entitled "Truckin' With The Grateful Dead:  USA", but it has not been
published.

Guitar - ( )  The December, 1987 issue (on pp. 84-96) includes a tablature for
"Sugar Magnolia", an interview with Bobby with a 4-page foldout picture.  In
the interview, Bob Weir explains a little about the song:  "On 'Sugar
Magnolia' I'm a cross between a brass section and a guitar.  I'm playing lot's
of triads punctuated by a liner here and there.  I play in sort of the alto
register and that's the brass section.  When I play in the baritone register
that's the guitar.  It goes back and forth."

Playing In The Band - David Gans and Peter Simon (St. Martin's Press, New
York, 1985)  A collection of various quotes from the band and lots of pictures.

Playing In The Band - David Gans and Peter Simon ( ,1996)  An updated edition
was published in 1996 with a new closing chapter, with more photographs, which
covers the ten years between the original publication in 1985 and the death
of Jerry Garcia on August 9, 1995.

The Dead Book:  Vol. 1 Of A Trilogy - Hank Harrison (Archives Press, San
Francisco, 1985)  A reprint of his first book.

Commies From Mars - The Red Planet, The Collected Works - Tim Boxell and
contributing artists (Last Gasp, S.F., 1985, ISBN 0-86719-343-3)  This
anthology is a reprint of the four issues in the series "Commies From Mars".
It has a one page introduction, hand written and signed "Maj. Gen. (Ret) J.
Garcia" with a drawing by Tim Boxell of Garcia with guitar, dressed in full
uniform of 'Commies From Mars'.

Blues For Allah - Jigstars Officially Licensed 250 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle - a
jigsaw puzzle of the album cover manufactured under license in the UK by The
Missing Link TC Ltd., London W2 2BU.

DeadBase - The Complete Guide To Grateful Dead Songlists - John W. Scott, Mike
Dolguskin, and Stu Nixon (Hanover, NH, 1987)  Contains the Grateful Dead's
appearances and songlists from 1965 to 1986 plus other important and
interesting information.

Duino Elegies - Ranier Maria Rilke (Hulogosi, Eugene, OR, 1988)  Translated
from German by Robert Hunter, with block prints by Maureen Hunter.

Dead Tour - Alan Neal Izumi (Relix Books, Brooklyn, NY, 1988)  This fictional
account about 'touring' Heads includes an introduction by R. Hunter.

DeadBase II - The Complete Guide To Grateful Dead Songlists - John W. Scott,
Mike Dolguskin, and Stu Nixon (Hanover, NH, 1988)  Contains the Grateful
Dead's appearances and songlists from 1965 to 1987 plus other important and
interesting information.  Their address:  P.O. Box 499, Hanover, NH 03755

Duino Elegies - Ranier Maria Rilke (Hulogosi, Eugene, OR, 1988)  Translated
from German by Robert Hunter, with block prints by Maureen Hunter.  This was
released as a joint paperback/tape edition:  on the 40 minute long tape,
Hunter reads with Tom Constanten's accompaniment on piano of pieces by Brahms,
Chopin, and Scriabin.  The Hunter/Constanten performance came from a public
radio broadcast (possibly performed on July 9, 1988 in San Francisco).

Alleys Of The Heart - Robert M. Petersen (Hulogosi, Eugene, OR, 1988)  A
collection of poems, with a forward by Robert Hunter.  Includes "Far Away
Radios".  The book was published in 1988, following Petersen's death in
January, 1987.

Grateful Dead - Kay Rowley (Atalanta Press, Unit 16, Riverside Road, Wimbledon
Stadium Business Estate, London, SW17 0BA, UK, 1988, ISBN 1-870049-13-6)  This
11 by 17 inch book contains a short history of the band and reproduces
pictures and posters.  It is part of the "Poster Book - a book of 20 tear out
posters" series.

DeadBase '88 - The Annual Edition Of The Complete Guide To Grateful Dead
Songlists - John W. Scott, Mike Dolguskin, and Stu Nixon (Hanover, NH, 1989)
Contains the Grateful Dead's appearances and songlists for 1988 plus other
important and interesting information.

DeadBase III - The Complete Guide To Grateful Dead Songlists - John W. Scott,
Mike Dolguskin, and Stu Nixon (Hanover, NH, 1989)  Contains the Grateful
Dead's appearances and songlists from 1965 to 1988 plus other important and
interesting information.

Grateful Dead Family Album - Jerilyn Lee Brandelius (Warner Books Inc., 1989)
A variety of Grateful Dead family and friends photos and excerpts from
articles.  Published in November, 1989.

Off The Record:  An Oral History Of Popular Music - Joe Smith (Warner Books
Inc., 1989, ISBN 0-446-39090-9)  This book of interviews includes an interview
with Jerry Garcia and one with Mickey Hart, each two to three pages long.

Book Of The Dead - Herb Greene (Delta Books and Delacorte Press, 1990)  150
black and white photos of the Grateful Dead taken by Herb Greene.  The forward
is written by Robert Hunter.  Most of the photos are from two time periods:
1967 to 1968, and 1987, during the "In The Dark" sessions.  Published in
April, 1990.

DeadBase '89 - The Annual Edition Of The Complete Guide To Grateful Dead
Songlists - John W. Scott, Mike Dolguskin, and Stu Nixon (Hanover, NH, 1990)
Contains the Grateful Dead's appearances and songlists for 1989 plus other
important and interesting information.

DeadBase IV - The Complete Guide To Grateful Dead Songlists - John W. Scott,
Mike Dolguskin, and Stu Nixon (Hanover, NH, 1990)  Contains the Grateful
Dead's appearances and songlists from 1965 to 1989 plus other important and
interesting information.

Drumming At The Edge Of Magic:  A Journey Into The Spirit Of Percussion -
Mickey Hart and Jay Stevens (Harper & Row, ISBN 0-06-250374-X, September 15,
1990)  This 240 page book is about drumming and it's influences on people and
music.  A musical companion to this book ("At The Edge" by Mickey Hart,
Rykodisc RCD 10124) was also released.

Drumming At The Edge Of Magic:  A Journey Into The Spirit Of Percussion -
Mickey Hart and Jay Stevens (Harper & Row, ISBN 0-06-250374-X, September 15,
1990)  This book was also offered as combined package of the book and the
"At The Edge" (Rykodisc 10124) cassette.

Drumming At The Edge Of Magic:  A Journey Into The Spirit Of Percussion -
Mickey Hart and Jay Stevens (Harper & Row, ISBN 0-06-250374-X, September 15,
1990) this book was also offered as combined package of the book and the
"At The Edge" (Rykodisc 10124) CD.

Built To Last - Grateful Dead 25th Anniversary Album - Jamie Jensen
(Plume/Penguin USA, 1990, ISBN 0-452-26478-2)  This 96 page book was produced
by Grateful Dead Merchandising and published in November, 1990.  It was also
published in the UK by Fantail/Plume under the title "Built To Last - 25 Years
Of The Grateful Dead".

The Dead (Volume 1 Of A Trilogy) - Hank Harrison (The Archive Press, 334 State
Street, Suite 536, Los Altos, CA 94022, 1990, ISBN 0-918501-49-0)  A revised
edition of his "The Dead Book".  This edition is a larger size and has a
different (snake/bird) cover.

On The Bus - Paul Perry and Ken Babbs (Thunder's Mouth Press, ISBN
0-938410-91-1, Ken Babbs, 81774 Lost Creek Road, Dexter, OR 97431)  This book
about the 1964 cross country trip on The Bus.  It includes a foreword by Jerry
Garcia.  The book is 224 pages long and has over 100 photos.

J. Garcia Limited Edition Prints - Jerry Garcia (Nora Sage Murray, The Art
Peddler, P.O. Box 1371, San Rafael, CA 94915, (415) 454-7331)  These are a
series of paintings done by Garcia in 1986 after his recovery.  Published in
the Spring of 1990 as a limited edition of 500 signed and numbered prints,
with an image size of 19 inches by 24 inches.  The series includes "Wetlands
I", "Wetlands II", "Facets I", and "Iceberg".  "Wetlands I" and "Wetlands II"
are similar pieces in that they both show a watery/marsh landscape done in
vibrant colors.  The sky has a sunset quality to it, and is reflected in the
water.  "Facets I" is many overlapped diamond shapes in reds and blues.
"Iceberg" is many overlapping diamond shapes in blues.

Box Of Rain - Robert Hunter (Viking, 1990)  This 384 page book of Hunter's
lyrics includes some unpublished songs and his notes on how some of the songs
were written.  Published in October, 1990.

The History Of The Grateful Dead - William Ruhlmann (Gallery Books, W. H.
Smith Publishing, Inc., 112 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10016, ISBN
0-8317-3976-2, 1990)  Released in February, 1991, this short history of the
band covers the Dead through early 1990, and includes a poster (photo of the
band playing at night).

Garcia:  A Signpost To New Space - Jerry Garcia, Charles Reich, and Jann
Wenner (Citadel Underground (800-447-BOOK), 1991)  A reprint of the book first
published in 1972.

DeadBase '90 - The Annual Edition Of The Complete Guide To Grateful Dead
Songlists - John W. Scott, Mike Dolguskin, and Stu Nixon (Hanover, NH, 1991)
Contains the Grateful Dead's appearances and songlists for 1990 plus other
important and interesting information.

DeadBase V - The Complete Guide To Grateful Dead Songlists - John W. Scott,
Mike Dolguskin, and Stu Nixon (Hanover, NH, 1991)  Contains the Grateful
Dead's appearances and songlists from 1965 to 1991 plus other important and
interesting information.

Rock Folk - Michael Lydon (Citadel Underground/Carol Publishing Group, 600
Madison Ave, N.Y., NY 10022, (800) 447-2665, 1991)  Includes a chapter about
life on the road with the Dead during May, 1969, mostly the shows at
Springer's Inn in Oregon.  This chapter is a reprint of a Rolling Stone
magazine article from August 23, 1969.  This book is a reprint, with a new
cover and forward, of the book published in 1971.

Fleetwood - My Life And Adventures In Fleetwood Mac - Mick Fleetwood and
Stephen Davis (William Morrow and Co., New York, 1990 ISBN 0-688-06647-X)
This book includes a couple of paragraphs on Fleetwood Mac touring with the
Dead and the Dead being 'busted down on Bourbon Street'.

One More Saturday Night - Sandy Troy (St. Martin's Press, New York, 1991)  The
Dead scene, covered in artwork, photos, and interviews.  Included are many
illustrations by Stanley Mouse.

Night Cadre - Robert Hunter (Viking, N.Y., 1991)  A book of poems, published in
May, 1991.

Panther Dream:  A Story Of The African Rainforest - Bob Weir and Wendy Weir
(Hyperion Books for Children, 1991, ISBN 1-56282-076-1)  A children's book
about a boy who gets lost in the African rainforest and about life in the
rainforests around the world.  The book is written by both and illustrated by
Wendy Weir.  It includes a cassette (56282-0) with "Panther Dream" (22:00), a
narration of the book by Bob Weir, and "Panther Dance" (17:30), consisting of
music and effects by Bob Weir (synthesizer and guitar) with Jules Beckman
(bass, drums, and percussion), Paul Giacomantonio (harp, drums), and Rob
Wasserman (six-string electric standup bass).  The cassette was recorded with
the Virtual Sound Enhancement System.  Published in September, 1991.  Bob Weir
went on a book signing tour in the Fall of 1991.  Wendy Weir and Bob Weir were
interviewed about the book on WXRK-FM (92.3 MHz in NYCity) on Friday, November
22, 1991.

Sunshine Daydreams:  A Grateful Dead Journal - Herb Greene (Chronicle Books,
275 Fifth Ave., San Francisco, CA 94103, (415) 777-7240, (800) 722-6657)  A
daybook with Herb Greene's photos of the Dead, ticket stubs, and backstage
area passes.  Published in October, 1991.

Conversations With The Dead - David Gans (Citadel Underground, 1991)  A book
of interviews with the Grateful Dead, including Augustus Stanley Owlsey III
(from January, 1991), and photos by Herb Greene.  Published in October, 1991.
Many of the interviews in this book are full-length versions of the interviews
excerpted in Gans' earlier book "Playing In The Band".

Planet Drum:  A Celebration Of Percussion And Instruments - Mickey Hart and
Fredric Lieberman, with D. Atesh Sonneborn (Harper Collins, N.Y., 1991)  This
book features some 350 photographs and illustrations and tells the story of
percussion and rhythm.  It is accompanied by a musical release on Rykodisc
("Planet Drum" - Rykodisc RCD 10206).  Published in October, 1991.

The Dead (Volume II Of A Trilogy) - Hank Harrison (The Archive Press, 334
State Street, Suite 536, Los Altos, CA 94022, 1991, ISBN 0-918501-13-X)  A
second part to Harrison's trilogy.  Includes a number of photographs.  It has
a flying eyeball on the cover.  Published in 1991.

Grateful Dead Comix - Number 1 (Kitchen Sink Press, No. 2 Swamp Rd.,
Princeton, WI 54968, (414) 295-6922, orders:  (800) 365-7465)  A comic book
chronicling the adventures of the band and presenting interpretations of their
lyrics.  Published quarterly, starting in 1991.  Issue Number 1 includes:
cover by Dean Armstrong; inside back cover by Moebius; logo by Leslie Cabarga;
"Dire Wolf" (interpreted and colored by Tim Truman); "Terrapin Station"
(interpreted by Dan Steffan, colored by Randall Berndt); "One More Saturday
Night" (interpreted by Fred Carlson, colored by Randall Berndt); "Casey Jones"
(interpreted by Nina Paley, colored by Randall Berndt).

Grateful Dead Comix - Number 2 (Kitchen Sink Press, No. 2 Swamp Rd.,
Princeton, WI 54968)  Issue Number 2 includes:  cover by Rand Holmes, cover
color by Mike Newhall, back cover photo by Paul Elledge, "The Lille Story" is
a true story, from the Europe, 1972 Tour, with details related by Dennis
McNally, the Grateful Dead publicist (script by John Wooley, interpreted by
Rand Holmes, colored by Randall Berndt); "Terrapin Station" (interpreted and
colored by Dan Steffan); "Cumberland Blues" (interpreted and colored by Tim
Truman); and "Friend Of The Devil" (interpreted by Frank Gresham, colored by
Randall Berndt).

Grateful Dead Comix - Number 3 (Kitchen Sink Press, No. 2 Swamp Rd.,
Princeton, WI 54968)  Issue Number 3 includes:  cover by Tim Truman; "Sugaree"
(interpreted and colored by Tim Truman); "Tennessee Jed" (interpreted and
colored by Wayno); "The Golden Road (To Unlimited Devotion)" (interpreted by
Dan Burr, colored by Randall Berndt); and "Red Rocks" a true story based on
the concerts at Red Rocks (by Terry LaBan, colored by Randall Berndt).

Grateful Dead Comix - Number 4 (Kitchen Sink Press, No. 2 Swamp Rd.,
Princeton, WI 54968)  Issue Number 4 includes:  cover by Gilbert Shelton and
Paul Mavrides; "Truckin'" the maze is solvable (interpreted and colored by
Nina Paley); "Mexicali Blues" (interpreted and colored by Pat Redding); "Jack
Straw" (interpreted and colored by Tim Truman); and "St. Stephen" (interpreted
and colored by Mary Fleener).

Rock N' Roll Comics No. 45 - Grateful Dead (Revolution Comics, 3481 Fourth
St., San Diego, CA 92103)  The first of three comics of an 'unauthorized'
history of the Grateful Dead.  The drawings are black and white, and at the
top of each page are quotes from the Dead's songs.  Published in March, 1992.
These are 'unauthorized' in the sense that the publisher released these
without the Dead's approval, claiming that the Grateful Dead were public
figures, and as such, approval was not needed to write about them.

Rock N' Roll Comics No. 46 - Grateful Dead (Revolution Comics, 3481 Fourth
St., San Diego, CA 92103)  The second comic in this 'unauthorized' history of
the Grateful Dead in three comic books.   Published in April, 1992.

Rock N' Roll Comics No. 47 - Grateful Dead (Revolution Comics, 3481 Fourth
St., San Diego, CA 92103)  The third comic in this 'unauthorized' history of
the Grateful Dead in three comic books.   Published in May, 1992.

Companies With A Conscience:  Intimate Portraits Of Twelve Firms That Make A
Difference - Mary Scott (Birch Lane Press, 1992)  This book includes an
account of the Grateful Dead organization, with many comments from the band
members and others in the organization.  Other chapters cover Patagonia,
Ben & Jerry, and Greystone Bakery.

Grateful Dead Comix - edited by Jeff Tamarkin and David Scheiner (Kitchen Sink
Press/Hyperion, 1992, ISDN 1-56782-971-8)  A book format of the four comics
published by Kitchen Sink Press.  The introduction to the book is by Jerry
Garcia.  It includes the following songs and stories: "Dire Wolf", "Casey
Jones", "Friend Of The Devil", "Red Rocks", "Cumberland Blues", "Tennessee
Jed", "Terrapin (Lady With A Fan)", "Terrapin (Continued)", "Truckin'", "The
Lille Story", "The Golden Road (To Unlimited Devotion)", "Sugaree", "One More
Saturday Night", "St. Stephen", and "Mexicali Blues".  Published in May, 1992.

Grateful Dead Comix - Number 5 (Kitchen Sink Press, No. 2 Swamp Rd.,
Princeton, WI 54968)  Issue Number 5 includes:  "Sugar Magnolia", "Uncle John's
Band", "Woodstock", "The Dead In Milwaukee", and more.

Grateful Dead Comix - Number 6 (Kitchen Sink Press, No. 2 Swamp Rd.,
Princeton, WI 54968)  Issue Number 6 includes:  "U.S. Blues", "Shakedown
Street", "Box Of Rain", and "Eagle Mall - Part I".  "Eagle Mall" is a suite,
written by Robert Hunter in '68 or '69, with the intention of being performed
by the Grateful Dead.  Published in October, 1992.

Grateful Dead Comix - edited by Jeff Tamarkin and David Scheiner (Kitchen Sink
Press, No. 2 Swamp Road, Princeton, WI 54968, 1992)  A limited edition of 500
signed and numbered copies in hardcover with slipcase.  Each book includes a
tip-in plate signed by Jerry Garcia.  This is a reprint of all the stories
in "Grateful Dead Comix 1 - 4", on coated paper, and re-shot for better
printing.  The introduction to the book is by Jerry Garcia.  It includes the
following songs and stories:  "Dire Wolf", "Casey Jones", "Friend Of The
Devil", "Red Rocks", "Cumberland Blues", "Tennessee Jed", "Terrapin (Lady With
A Fan)", "Terrapin (Continued)", "Truckin'", "The Lille Story", "The Golden
Road (To Unlimited Devotion)", "Sugaree", "One More Saturday Night", "St.
Stephen", and "Mexicali Blues".  Available in October, 1992 for $150.00 a
copy.

Aces Back To Back:  A History Of The Grateful Dead - Scott Allen (Aces, Inc.,
P.O. Box 95, Armonk, NY 10504, 1991)  A most detailed account of the Grateful
Dead and their history, by a writer at Relix magazine.  The book was started
in 1980.  Available from the author.

Spit In The Ocean:  A Literary Publication - Issue #6 - The Cassady Issue
(Edited by Ken Babbs)  Includes articles by Jerry Garcia and "Ramrod"
Shurtliff, as well as previously unpublished manuscripts by Neil Cassady.
From:  Key-Z Productions, 755 Polk Street, Eugene, OR 97402  (503) 741-1119.

Between Rock And Hard Places - Tom Constanten (Hulogosi Books, P.O. Box 1188,
       Eugene, OR 97440, 1992) a 'musical autobiodyssey', including musical
scores, and a 'TCBase' of performances.  Published in 1992.

Aesthetics Of The Grateful Dead - David Womack (Flying Public Press, P.O. Box
112, Palo Alto, CA 94301, 1991)  This book covers the relationship between
music critics and the Dead, the Dead's lyrics and musical styles, and a review
of all the Dead's recordings.  Can be ordered from the publisher for $12.95.

J. Garcia:  Paintings, Drawings, And Prints - J. Garcia (Ten Speed Press c/o
Celestial Arts, P.O. Box 7123, Berkeley, CA  94707, (510) 845-8414, Fax:
(510)524-1052, ISBN 0-89087-681-9 (cloth), ISBN 0-89087-654-1(paper))  This 96
page book includes 35 black-and-white and 40 color images of Jerry Garcia's
art works.  Published in September, 1992.

Goin' Down The Road:  A Grateful Dead Traveling Companion - Blair Jackson (New
York:  Harmony Books, 1992)  This book contains interviews with Garcia, Weir,
Hart, Kreutzman, Lesh, Hunter, Donna Jean Godchaux, and Hunter and Garcia.
Also included are sections on the start and demise of Grateful Dead and Round
Records, Neal Cassady, and "Roots:  Under The Dead's Covers".  Much of the
material has previously appeared in various issues of "Golden Road" magazine.
Published in October, 1992.

Bill Graham Presents - Bill Graham and Robert Greenfield ( )  The book is a
set of interviews with Bill Graham, his family, his friends and musicians,
including Jerry Garcia and Bob Weir.  The book covers Graham's life from his
tough beginnings in Europe through life in America, the Mime Troupe, and his
concert promoter years.  Published in October, 1992.

Freehand:  The Art Of Stanley Mouse - Stanley Mouse (Snow Lion Graphics, San
Francisco, 1992) published in November, 1992.  A retrospective of Stanley
Mouse's artwork, a lot of it done directly or indirectly for the Dead.

DeadBase '91 - The Annual Edition Of The Complete Guide To Grateful Dead
Songlists - John W. Scott, Mike Dolguskin, and Stu Nixon (Hanover, NH, 1992)
Contains the Grateful Dead's appearances and songlists for 1991 plus other
important and interesting information.

DeadBase VI - The Complete Guide To Grateful Dead Songlists - John W. Scott,
Mike Dolguskin, and Stu Nixon (Hanover, NH, 1992)  Contains the Grateful
Dead's appearances and songlists from 1965 to 1991 plus other important and
interesting information.

Idiot's Delight - Robert Hunter (Hanuman Books, P.O. Box 1070, Old Chelsea
Station, New York, NY 10113, 1992)  A poem about desire, metaphorically
described as a dinner, at which the host serves "Idiot's Delight".  The book
is roughly 2.5 by 4 inches, 125 pages long, and is modeled after Indian
prayer books.  In fact, it is printed in India.

Grateful Dead Comix - Number 7 (Kitchen Sink Press, No. 2 Swamp Rd.,
Princeton, WI 54968)  Issue Number 7 includes:  "Alligator", "Where's Jerry",
and "Eagle Mall - Part II".  Published in March, 1993.

Grateful Dead Comix - Vol. 2, No. 1 (Kitchen Sink Press, No. 2 Swamp Rd.,
Princeton, WI 54968)  The eighth release in this series, it includes:  "Eagle
Mall - Part III", "Ripple", and "Attics Of My Mind".  The change in numbering
was the result of a change in printing size to comic book size and lowering
the price to $3.95.  Published in April, 1993.

Grateful Dead Comix - Vol. 2, No. 2 (Kitchen Sink Press, No. 2 Swamp Rd.,
Princeton, WI 54968)  This ninth comic includes:  "Eagle Mall - Part IV".

Grateful Dead Comix - Vol. 2, No. 3 (Kitchen Sink Press, No. 2 Swamp Rd.,
Princeton, WI 54968)  This tenth comic includes:  " ".

Grateful Dead Comix - Vol. 2, No. 4 (Kitchen Sink Press, No. 2 Swamp Rd.,
Princeton, WI 54968)  This eleventh comic includes:  " ".

The Bride Of Entropy - Robert Hunter (Viking )  A series of three long poems,
including "An American Adventure".  To be published in 1993.

Dead Head Families - Mari Kane ( )  This book is a collection of photographs
of families taken at Grateful Dead concerts between 1987 and 1990.  Kane is a
San Francisco photographer and used a mobile studio to take the photos.  To be
published.

Jerry's Kids:  Portraits Of Deadheads In America - William Lemke ( )  A book
of his extensive portraits of Deadheads.  To be published.

Sound System Engineering - Don and Carolyn Davis ( )  This book shows the 1974
"Wall of Sound" system (Alembic is given a credit under the drawing), although
Dan Healy or the Dead are not credited.

Secrets Of The Masters -  (Guitar Player Magazine, 1993)  This book of some
thirty interviews includes Jerry Garcia, and covers his techniques, equipment,
and playing.  Published in February, 1993.

Ain't No Bugs On Me - Jerry Garcia and David Grisman (Harper Collins ISBN
0060281421)  A children's book, it includes a cassette of Garcia and Grisman
performing the title song.

Promotion:  Design Library (Rockport, ISBN 1564961575)  A collection of design
and promotional design, it includes Grateful Dead ticket stubs.

The Grateful Dead and the Deadheads: An Annotated Bibliography - David G. Dodd
and Robert Weiner (Greenwood Press, 1997)  This carefully researched and very
extensive bibliography contains over 4,000 entries related to books, articles,
magazines, etcetera about the Grateful Dead and the Deadheads.

Lessons Taken to Heart: Private Banjo and Guitar Studies With Jerry
Garcia - Mary Gibbons (Mary E. Gibbons ([email protected]), Blue Mountain
Music Processing, 244 S. Lazona #102, Mesa, AZ 85204, 1998)  Available from
the author for $15.00 plus S & H.  Tablature style song arrangements written
by Jerry Garcia during the author's private banjo and guitar lessons at Dana
Morgan's Music Store in Palo Alto, California.

The Taper's Compendium - Volume 1 - Michael Goetz and John Dwork ( )
Reviews of tapes from 1965 to 1974.  Published in July, 1998.

Sweet Chaos:  The Grateful Dead's American Adventure - Carol Brightman
(Clarkson Potter, 1999)  Candace Brightman's sister presents a social and
political view on the Grateful Dead.  Published in March, 1999.

Sweet Chaos:  The Grateful Dead's American Adventure - Carol Brightman
(Clarkson Potter, 1999)  Candace Brightman's sister presents a social and
political view on the Grateful Dead.  Published in March, 1999.  This
paperback edition corrects a number of factual errors that appeared in the
hardcover edition.

Dead Reckonings:  The Life And Times Of The Grateful Dead - edited by John
Rocco (Schirmer, 1999)  A collection of articles, by various authors, about
the Grateful Dead.

In The Spirit:  Conversations With The Spirit Of Jerry Garcia - Wendy Weir
(Harmony Books, a division of Crown/Random House, 1999)  A compilation of
conversations which psychic Wendy Weir, the sister of Bob Weir, has had with
Jerry Garcia after Garcia's death.  An uncorrected proof, in paperback, was
purchased in March, 1999.  To be published in hardcover on June 19, 1999.

Grateful Dead, What A Long Strange Trip:  The Stories Behind Every Song -
Stephen Peters (Publishers Group West, 1999, ISBN 1560252332)   An in-depth
examination of the Grateful Dead's songs.  Published in March, 1999.

Jerry Garcia - Patricia Cronin Marcello (Ariel/Andrews McMeel, 1999, ISBN
0836278887, http://www.andrewsmcmeel.com)  This small sized, 80 page book was
published in May, 1999.

The Taper's Compendium - Volume 2 - Michael Goetz and John Dwork ( )
Reviews of tapes from 1975 to 1985.  Published in August, 1999.

Garcia - Editors of Rolling Stone (Little, Brown and Company)

The Grateful Dead:  The History of A Folk Story - Gordon Hall Gerould ( )

Garcia:  An American Life - Blair Jackson (Viking, 1999)  A biography of
Jerry Garcia.  In writing this book, Jackson interviewed over 100 people.
Published on August 9, 1999.  http://www.blairjackson.com contains outtakes
from the book.

Perspectives On The Grateful Dead: Critical Writings - Robert G. Weiner
(Greenwood Press, Westport, CT, 1999, ISBN 0313305692)  A collection of
essays, by various authors, about the Grateful Dead and related topics.
Published on September 25, 1999.  Listed on the publisher's web page as
http://info.greenwood.com/books/0313305/0313305692.html

Spirit Into Sound - The Magic Of Music - Mickey Hart and Fredric Lieberman
(Grateful Dead Books/Publishers Group West, 1999)  During the research for his
previous books, Hart collected commentary by many people about music and how
it affects the body, mind, and soul.  Published in October, 1999.

The New Yorker - (December 27, 1999 & January 3, 2000)  On pages 44 and 45, in
the "The Musical Life" column, the article "A Moonlighting Lyricist's Day Is
Made", by Alec Wilkinson, briefly describes the collaborative process between
Bob Weir (and Ratdog) and Gerrit Graham and the writing of "Victim Or The
Crime" and "Two Djinn".

Listen To This - John Baxter and Alan Reder ( ,2000)  This book contains many
interviews with musicians and recording artists and their recommendations
about music.  Included are Bob Weir and Phil Lesh.
http://www.listentothismusic.com

The Grateful Dead Reader - edited by David G. Dodd and Diana Spaulding (Oxford
University Press, July, 2000)  An extensive anthology of the best writing,
essays, journalism, and reviews about the Grateful Dead, spanning the band's
entire career.

The Taper's Compendium - Volume 3 - Michael Goetz and John Dwork ( )
Reviews of tapes from 1986 to 1995.  Published in May, 2000.

Michael Bloomfield:  If You Love These Blues - Jan Mark Wolkin and Bill Kenom
(Miller Freeman Books, 0-87930-617-3, 2000)  Includes interview material with
Bob Weir.

Deadhead Social Science: You Ain't Gonna Learn What You Don't Want to Know -
Edited by Rebecca Adams and  Rob Sardiello (AltaMira Press, 2000)  Various
Deadheads write about Deadheadedness and culture
http://www.uncg.edu/~r_adams/dhss.htm  Published in August, 2000.

Golden Road (484 Lake Park Ave - No. 82, Oakland, CA 94610)  A magazine
dedicated to covering the Grateful Dead.  They have temporarily ceased
publication of the quarterly editions in the Spring of 1991 with Issue No.
25.  They have put out a 1992 Annual issue and a 1993 Annual issue.

Relix (P.O. Box 94, Brooklyn, NY 11229)  A magazine dedicated to covering the
San Francisco sound and the Grateful Dead.  Box 92 is for Relix Records.
Rockin Relix - Relix Magazine, 1439 East 37th Street (Down), Brooklyn, NY
11234

Unbroken Chain ( )  A magazine covering the Grateful Dead and scene, it ceased
publication with issue number xxx.

Dupree's Diamond News (P.O. Box 3603, New York, NY 10185)  A magazine
dedicated to news about the Grateful Dead.  A news flyer was often handed out
at concerts.  It ceased publication with issue number xxx.

Dead Heads (P.O. 1065, San Rafael, CA 94915)  The mailing address for the Dead
Heads.  They send out occasional mailings.

Grateful Dead Productions (P.O. Box 1073, San Rafael, CA 94915)  Grateful Dead
office.

Grateful Dead Merchandising ((800) CAL-DEAD or (800) 225-3323))  The official
source of Grateful Dead and related merchandise.   Merchandise info and
problem line:  (415) 456-2883.

Grateful Dead Ticket Sales - Name of Concert (P.O. Box C-S 8150, San Rafael,
       CA 94912) this address is only for mail ordering concert tickets.
       Mail order information:  (415) 457-8457.  Concert hotlines:  West Coast
       (415) 457-6388 (California); East Coast (201) 744-7700 (New Jersey)
       (Note:  the P.O. Box sometimes changes to 8190 for different shows.)

Grateful Dead Ticket Sales (P.O. Box 9812, San Rafael, CA 94912) this address
       is only for any suggestions, problems, praise, or complaints.  Mail
       order problems:  (415) 457-8034.

Ice Nine Publishing Company (P.O. Box 1073, San Rafael, CA 94915)  The music
publishing company for the Grateful Dead (and related) music.

Warner Brothers Publications (265 Secaucus Road, Secaucus, NJ 07096-2037,
(800) 638-0005 x 932, (201) 348-0700 x 932)   The publisher of Ice Nine music.


       Songbooks, etc.
       ---------------

Grateful Dead - Grateful Dead (Ice Nine/WB VF 0076, 1972)  This songbook
contains music for the "Workingman's Dead" and "American Beauty" albums.  It
has the jester on the cover and includes much artwork from the Mouse Studios.

Garcia - Jerry Garcia (Ice Nine/WB VF 0070, 1972)  This songbook contains
music for Garcia's first solo album.  The cover is a ink print of Garcia's
right hand.

New Riders Of The Purple Sage - NRPS (Ice Nine/WB)   Songs from the first New
Riders Of The Purple Sage album.

The Guitar Book:  A Handbook For Electric And Acoustic Guitarists - Tom
Wheeler (Harper & Row, ISBN 0-06-014579-X, New York, rev. ed. 1978)  This
music book supposedly contains some transcriptions of the Dead's music.

Grateful Dead Vol. II - Grateful Dead (Ice Nine/Warner Bros. VF 0434)  This
songbook contains music for the "Wake Of The Flood", "From The Mars Hotel",
and "Blues For Allah" albums. It has the crow on the cover.

Grateful Dead Anthology - Grateful Dead (Ice Nine/Warner Bros. VF 0624)  This
songbook contains songs from various albums.  It has the skull and roses on
the cover.

The Best Of Grateful Dead - Grateful Dead (Ice Nine/WB VF 1414)   This
songbook songs from Anthology.

Grateful Dead Anthology - Guitar Edition - Grateful Dead (Ice Nine/WB GF 0284)
Arranged by Mark Phillips.

Sugar Magnolia - Bob Weir (Guitar Magazine, December, 1987, pp. 84-96)  This
issue of Guitar Magazine has the tablature for "Sugar Magnolia" and includes
an interview with Bob Weir.

The Music Of Grateful Dead Made Easy For Guitar - Grateful Dead (Ice Nine/WB
GF 0279).

Guitar Superstar Series:  Grateful Dead - Featuring Super-Tab Notations -
Grateful Dead (Ice Nine/WB GF 0285)

The Best Of Grateful Dead - For Guitar - Includes Super-Tab Notations -
Grateful Dead (Ice Nine/WB GF 0337)  Arranged by Jesse Gress.

Touch Of Grey - Grateful Dead (Ice Nine Publishing Co./Warner Bros.
Publications VS 4924)  This is sheet music for this song, published in the
Fall of 1987.

Rise Up Singing - edited by Peter Blood-Patterson (Sing Out Corporation, P.O.
Box 5253, Bethlehem PA 18015, (215) 865-5366, 1988, ISBN 0-86571-137-2
(spiralbound), ISBN 0-86571-136-4 (hardbound))  This songbook has the lyrics
and guitar chords to many songs, including the Dead's "Ripple".

In The Dark - Grateful Dead (Ice Nine/Warner Bros. VF 1435)  Music for the
album.

Built To Last - Grateful Dead (Ice Nine/Warner Bros. VF 1612)  Music for the
album.

Foolish Heart - Grateful Dead (Ice Nine/Warner Bros. VS 5396)  Sheet music for
the song.

Garcia's Solos:  Note by Note -  (Tom Tom Productions, P.O. Box 550,
Slatersville, RI 02876)  Tablature transcriptions are described and
demonstrated on two cassette tapes.  The first tape includes: "Althea", "Dire
Wolf", "To Lay Me Down", "U. S. Blues", and four other songs.  The second
tape includes:  "Alabama Getaway", "Crazy Fingers", "It Must Have Been The
Roses", "Sugaree", and four additional songs.  According to the ads:  "This
instructional package is for educational purposes only and makes no claim of
participation or endorsement by any artist listed."

Without A Net - Grateful Dead (Warner Bros. VF 1699)  Music for the songs on
the album, in the same order as on the CD.

Classic Grateful Dead - Selections from Workingman's Dead - Grateful Dead (WB
GF0434)  Arranged by Heumre B. Luttjeboer.  It has the music for:  "Black
Peter", "Casey Jones", "Cumberland Blues", "New Speedway Boogie", and "Uncle
John's Band".

Classic Grateful Dead - Selections from American Beauty - Grateful Dead (WB
GF0456)  Arranged by Heumre B. Luttjeboer.  It has the music for:  "Box Of
Rain", "Friend Of The Devil", "Ripple", "Sugar Magnolia", and "Truckin'".

Grateful Dead Anthology - Intermediate Guitar - Grateful Dead (Warner Bros.
VF    )  This has a one page table of contents, as opposed to the original
Anthology's two, and does not contain all the songs in the original
Anthology.  It does have "Touch Of Grey", "Built To Last", and "Foolish Heart".


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In closing, I would like to give "Special Thanks" to the following for
providing the inspiration, help, support, rumor control, and crucial info:

Geoff Reeves, Michael Bandes, Cormac Burke, I. Fraser, John W. Scott, George
Cross, Seth Jackson, A. C. Muenz, John Reilly, Jeff Loomis, Alan Wexelblat,
Kamarauskas, Peter Zukoski, Rich Cower, Dennis Doubleday, Doug Moog, Gary
Dispoto, Mark Kraitchman, Andrew Trapani, Harvey J. Chervitz, Steve Elias,
David Gans, Eric Flaum, Jeff Tamarkin, M. Rego, Bob Thaden, William Richard,
Robin and Stuart Nixon, Michael A. Murphy, Bill Weisman, Niels P. Mayer, Dan
Blumenthal, David Vinayak Wallace, Eli Messinger, Mark Nudelman, J. B. Hofmann,
jrr (Trucker), Mike Peckar, John Schulien, Doug Faunt, Hell's Angels (New York
City Chapter), Kent Stewart, Frank Caherty, Tom Constanten via Relix, Dennis
Bruggink, Eagle, Richard E. Baum, Jerry Newmark, Elliot Hans, Ian Harries,
Leora Lawton, Glen Wheless, The Golden Road/Blair Jackson, Pete Zakel, Ben
Fine, Brian Jarvinen, Steve Samuels, Joseph E. Doheny, Ken Hannan, Randy
McKinney, Dave McIntyre, Gordon Garb, Neil Schumann, Dan Blumenthal, Loren
Rosen, Michael Walsh, Eric J. Simon, Robert C. Major, Mike Dalich, Peter Clark,
Allen J. Baum, David Chesavage, tomw, Elspeth Cusack, Andrew Gallo, Jamie Ide,
Floyd Vest, Larry Willard, Gary B. Burnet, David S. Lerner, Steve Ramirez,
Svante Lindahl, Ross MacKay, Steve Holm, Carl Mead, Richard Factor, Gavin Ross,
furbush, Unbroken Chain, Dupree's Diamond News, The WELL, Relix, Scott Allen,
Ken Cluff, David Womack, Jeff Lester, Tom Wible, Tom Ferraro, the Grateful
Dead, and all those who came before us.

                               :-) :-) ;-)

More "Special Thanks!":  Tim & Michelle, Ed Watson, Joe Rizzo, Todd Prusin,
Adrian M. Johnson, Eric Schwartz (for all his scans!!!), Ira Heller, Peer
Ellekjaer (about the European versions of "Vintage Dead", "Historic Dead",
and other European releases), Eric Levy (covers of GD songs by others),
Richard S. Pipes and Michael Zelner (the Scholastic Book entry), Walter J.
Keenan ("The Columbia Revolt"), Kirby Bell, Bill Kramer, David Dodd and
Robert Weiner (biblio-research), Paul Bodenham (Hunter on BBC), Dwight
Holmes (LaG... TGD photos), Greg Poulos (Wildflowers), Glenn Gillis, Gregg
Nixon and Mark Kraitchman (Ratdog on Today), Bill Kristy (Crazy Otto), Hugh
Barroll (Paul Pena), Joseph Limpert, Gary Peterson





In the history of recorded sound, many formats have been used:  wax cylinders,
78 rpm records, 45 rpm records (in mono and stereo), 33 1/3 rpm records (in
mono, stereo, CD-4, QS, and SQ), reel-to-reel tape (in stereo and four track),
eight track tape, cassette, CD, DAT, DCC, MD, and DVD among them.  Some never
have become popular, some have disappeared from popular usage, and some are
still with us.  Many of the earliest recordings listed here were originally
released on the 33 1/3 revolutions per minute long playing record format, and
I have used that to list the catalog numbers in this discography.  Where there
are differences, I have included other formats.  In particular, this applies
to CDs, which often include new or additional material not available on the
records, and to cassettes, which sometimes are the only other format, besides
CD, being presently used to release material.  In many cases, material is only
being released on CDs.  I have tried to be thorough, but ...

.. well that's about it!  Send all corrections, additions, updates, etc. to:

          Ihor Slabicky
                              [email protected]

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