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The Grateful Dead Discography (rev. 8) -------------------------------------- by Ihor Slabicky Here is an attempt to summarize the Grateful Dead's history on vinyl, film, and paper. It is by no means complete. In here you will find some 282 albums, 95 singles, 87 movies/tv shows/videos/ads, 44 books, and 12 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! Albums ------ The Emergency Crew - Warlocks (Autumn ) recorded November 3, 1965 as a demo record. The Grateful Dead - GD (Warner Bro. WS 1689) their first lp. It was released in stereo. Released on March 17, 1967. Also on CD. The Grateful Dead - GD (Warner Bro. W 1689) their first lp. It was also released in mono. Released on March 17, 1967. Surrealistic Pillow - JA (RCA LSP-3766) Jerry Garcia is listed on the back as 'musical and spiritual director' and plays high electric lead on 'Today', and flat top acoustic guitar on 'Plastic Fantastic Lover', 'My Best Friend', and 'Comin' Back to Me'. Garcia also rearranged 'Somebody To Love'. Anthem of the Sun - GD (Warner Bro. WS 1749) the original mix is out of print. Released on July 18, 1968. Anthem of the Sun - GD (Warner Bro. WS 1749) 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. Also on CD. Anthem of the Sun - GD (Warner Bro. 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. Aoxomoxoa - GD (Warner Bro. WS 1790) the original mix is out of print. Released on June 20, 1969. The Anniversary Album (Warner Bro. PRO 289) Warner/Reprise Record Show (Warner Bro. PRO 336) side 1, track 2 is an abridged version of "Doin' that Rag" (2:20) from the original mix of Aoxomoxoa. Released in 1969. Aoxomoxoa - GD (Warner Bro. WS 1790) The remix was released in Fall, 1972. Says 'remixed' on the back cover. Also on CD. Live/Dead - GD (Warner Bro. 2WS 1830) the original release had a four page song book enclosed. Dark Star and St. Stephen are from February 27, 1969 at the Fillmore West; The Eleven, Turn on Your Lovelight, Feedback, and We Bid You Goodnight are from March 2, 1969 at the Fillmore West; Death Don't Have No Mercy is from either January 24, 25, or 26, 1969 at the Avalon. Released November 10, 1969. Live/Dead - GD (Warner Bro. WB 1830-2) the CD release contains a 16 page booklet with the lyrics and black and white photos. Also, the CD has no breaks between sides One, Two, and Three of the record. The Big Ball (Warner Bro. ) this WB Sampler has an edited (6:30) version of 'Turn on Your Lovelight' from the Live/Dead album. Volunteers - JA (RCA LSP-4328) Garcia plays pedal steel 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 - GD (Warner Bro. WB 1869) Released in May, 1970. Robert Hunter appears on the front cover of this album. The back cover is upside down on the original releases. Workingman's Dead - GD (Warner Bro. WB 1869) Released in May, 1970. The back cover is right side up on releases since late 1987. Also on CD. 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 1971. 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, 1971. 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. American Beauty - GD (Warner Bro. WS 1893) early releases of this had a Grateful Dead sticker on the shrinkwrap. Released in November, 1970. Also on CD. American Beauty - GD (Mobile Fidelity MFSL 1-014) high quality pressing released in 1978. American Beauty - GD (Warner Bro. WS 1893) some CD releases have graphics (CD+G) capability. Vintage Dead - GD (Sunflower/MGM SUN 5001) 1966 Avalon Ballroom performances released in 1971. Historic Dead - GD (MGM/Sunflower SNF 5004) more early Avalon Ballroom. Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies (Warner Bro. PRO 423) on side 3, track 3 is "Sugar Magnolia" from American Beauty. Zabriskie Point - Original Soundtrack (MGM SE 4668ST) contains an excerpt from 'Dark Star' from Live/Dead and 'Love Scene', a solo by Garcia. Reissued in 1986 on MCA 25032. If Only I Could Remember My Name - David Crosby (Atlantic SD 7203) Lesh, Hart, Kreutzman, and Garcia appear and write on this February, 1971 release. Songs for Beginners - Graham Nash (Atlantic SD 7204) Lesh (bass) and Garcia (pedal steel and piano) on 'I Used to be a King' and Garcia (pedal steel) on 'Man in the Mirror. Released in June, 1971. New Riders of the Purple Sage - NRPS (Columbia C 30888) Lesh, Garcia, and Hart take part on this record released in September, 1971. Hooteroll? - Howard Wales & Jerry Garcia (Douglas/Columbia KZ 30859) released in November, 1971. Cross Between - Lamb (Warner Bro. WS 1920) Garcia plays on this 1971 release. On the back cover, it says 'Special thanks to Jerry Garcia.' Grateful Dead - GD (Warner Bro. 2WS 1935) Merl Saunders appears (probably overdubbed) on this live album. Also known as 'Skull and Roses'. The early releases had a 'Skull and Roses' sticker enclosed with the album. Released in October, 1971. The CD, released in 1987, has a complete 'Bertha'. 'Bertha' 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. 'Not Fade Away/Going down the Road Feelin Bad' is from April 5, 1971 at the Manhattan Center, NYC. Fillmore: The Last Days - var. (Fillmore/Columbia Z3X 31390) GD ('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. This boxed set came with a booklet and poster. The History of the Grateful Dead - GD (Pride/MGM PRD 0016) a 'best of' the Vintage Dead and Historic Dead albums. Released about 1973. James and the Good Brothers - James and the Good Brothers (Columbia CS 30889) Garcia and Kreutzmann play on this 1971 release produced by Betty Cantor. Graham Nash/David Crosby - Graham Nash/David Crosby (Atlantic SD 7220) Kreutzman, Lesh, and Garcia play on 'Wall Song' and Garcia plays pedal steel on 'Southbound Train'. Released in May, 1972. Stephen Stills 2 - Stephen Stills (Atlantic ) Garcia appears on this album. Don't Drag It On - Chris Smither (Poppy Records ) this 1972 release includes 'Friend of the Devil'. Tarot - Touchstone (UAS-5563) Tom Constanten plays on this 1972 release. Powerglide - NRPS (Columbia KC 31284) Garcia and Kreutzman appear on this lp. Papa John Creach - Papa John Creach (Grunt/RCA FTR 1003) 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 EL&P. Released in 1972. Garcia - Jerry Garcia (Warner Bro. BS 2582) Kreutzman and Hunter help out on this release. Early releases had a 'Garcia' sticker on the shrinkwrap. Some later releases had a red/black advertising insert in the cover to cover up the pubic hair. Released in January, 1972. Garcia - Jerry Garcia (GD Merch. GDCD 4003) this CD issued in 1988 has the song lyrics printed in the booklet. The Whole Burbank Catalog (Warner Bro. PRO 512) this WB Sampler includes Garcia's 'The Wheel' (4:05) on it. Ace - Bob Weir (Warner Bro. BS 2627) the band, minus Pigpen, help out. Early releases had a sticker on the shrinkwrap. Released in May, 1972. Ace - Bob Weir (GD BS 2627R) reissued in Fall, 1987, with a different, black and white, photo on the back cover. Ace - Bob Weir (GDCD 4004) the CD was released in 1988. Burbank (Warner Bro. ) this WB Sampler includes 'Cassidy' from the Ace album. Rolling Thunder - Mickey Hart (Warner Bro. BS 2635) Garcia, Weir, and Lesh help out. Early releases had a sticker on the front shrinkwrap and an advertisement insert in the rear. Released in May, 1972. Rolling Thunder - Mickey Hart (Relix RRLP 2026) reissued in 1986 with a different back cover. Relix also released it on 'psychedelic' vinyl. Also on CD. Heavy Turbulence - Merl Saunders (Fantasy 8421) Garcia, Tom Fogerty, John Kahn, and Bill Vitt appear on this album released in 1972. Europe '72 - GD (Warner Bro. 3WX 2668) contains a color booklet of the tour. Released in November, 1972. Also on CD. Europe '72 - GD (Warner Bros. 2668-2) this double CD issued 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) from April 8, 1972 at Wembley during the Europe '72 Tour. Dark Star (24:06)/Don't Ease Me In (2:00) - GD (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. Rowan Brothers - Rowan Brothers (Columbia KC 31297) Garcia and Kreutzman appear on this lp. Re-released as Livin' the Life (Appaloosa 011). Demon in Disguise - David Bromberg (Columbia KC 31753) Garcia, Kreutzman, Lesh, and Keith Godchaux play on two tracks on this 1973 release. Gypsy Cowboy - NRPS (Columbia KC 31930) Donna Jean Godchaux appears on 'She's no Angel' and 'Long Black Veil'. Pop History 13 - (Polydor 2612019) German release from 1972 includes some Dead tracks. Pop History 23 - (Polydor 2335059) German release from 1972 includes some Dead tracks. Armed Forces Radio Show - (AFRTS 26) side one contains excerpts from Europe '72; 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. Sunfighter - Paul Kantner/Grace Slick (Grunt/RCA FTR 1002) this December, 1971 release includes Jerry Garciaon '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 from Accokeek, MD. History of the Grateful Dead, Vol. 1 (Bear's Choice) - GD (Warner Bro. BS 2721) Recorded February 13 and 14, 1970 at the Fillmore East, NYC. Released on July 13, 1973. Also on CD. Thirty Seconds Over Winterland - JA (Grunt BFL 1-0147) back cover says: '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 Hunter's 'Harp Tree Lament' Wake of the Flood - GD (Grateful Dead GD 01) Released on November 15, 1973. Early releases had a sticker on the back shrinkwrap listing the additional artists playing on the record. Wake of the Flood - GD (Grateful Dead GD 01) this is the bootleg version which did not have the price on the spine printed in color. Wake of the Flood - GD (Grateful Dead GD 01) this version has the song titles printed on the back cover. Wake of the Flood - GD (Grateful Dead GDCD 4002) this is the CD version. Wake of the Flood - GD (Grateful Dead K49301 (GD 01)) UK release. 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 this release. 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. Live at the Keystone - Saunders, Garcia, Kahn, Vitt (Fantasy F 79002) live double album of 'the group' recorded on July 10 and 11, 1973. This album was 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) which includes 'Mystery Train' from the 'Keystone Encores, Vol. II' record. 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. Wanted Dead or Alive - David Bromberg (Columbia KC 32717) Kreutzman, Lesh, Garcia, and Keith Godchaux appear on this 1974 release. The studio side was recorded on August 8, 1972. Skeletons From the Closet - GD (Warner Bro. W 2764) a 'best of' release. Contains a 6:30 version of 'Turn on Your Lovelight' from the Live/Dead album which also appeared on the Big Ball Warner Brothers Samplers. Also on CD. Home, Home on the Road - NRPS (Columbia PC 32870) Garcia produced this live album. Buddy Cage appears on the back cover with a GD t-shirt. This album also includes Hunter's 'Kick in the Head'. Early Flight - JA (Grunt CYL 1-0437) Garcia plays on two of the previously unreleased tracks on this album. Live From Deep in the Heart of Texas - Commander Cody and his Lost Planet Airmen (Paramount PAS 1017) Andy Stein is wearing a NRPS t-shirt in one of the photos. Tales of the Great Rum Runners - Robert Hunter (Round RX 101) Garcia, Hart, Keith and Donna Godchaux help out on this release. 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 releases. Released on June 21, 1974. Garcia (Compliments) - Jerry Garcia (GD Records GDLP 4.006445) released in West Germany in the Fall of 1989. The cover says 'Garcia', but the spine says 'Garcia (Compliments)'. Grateful Dead From the Mars Hotel - GD (Grateful Dead GD 102) also known as 'Ugly Rumors'. Early releases have 'AUTHENTIC' stamped vertically on the left side of the cover. Released on June 27, 1974. John McFee plays pedal steel on 'Pride of Cucamonga'. Some CD copies list a misspelled 'Scarlet Begoninas'. Grateful Dead From the Mars Hotel - GD (Mobile Fidelity MFSL 1-172) high quality pressing released in 1985. Grateful Dead From the Mars Hotel - GD (GD Merchandising 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 - GD (UA UDM 103/4) a double album (same jackets) released by United Artists in the UK. Dragonfly - Grace Slick & Paul Kantner/JS (Grunt BFL 1-0717 or BFL 1-0271) Robert Hunter writes the lyrics for 'Come to Life' on this October, 1974 release. Blood on the Tracks - Bob Dylan (Columbia PC 33235) Buddy Cage of the NRPS appears on this album. 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. Old and In The Way - var. (Sugar Hill SH 3746) Released in 1987. Keith and Donna - Keith and Donna Jean Godchaux (Round RX 104) Released in March, 1975. Tiger Rose - Robert Hunter (Round RX 105) Released in March, 1975. Sea Stones - Phil Lesh and Ned Lagin (Round RX 106) Released in October, 1975. Blues for Allah - GD (UA GD LA494G) released on September 1, 1975. Blues for Allah - GD (GD Merch. GDCD 4001) this CD issued in 1988 has the song lyrics printed in the booklet. 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) Garcia introduces the band at the October 15, 1964 show in Palo Alto. Sweet Surprise - Eric Andersen (Arista 4075) Brent Mydland sings on this 1975 release. Silver - Silver (Arista 4076) with Brent Mydland on this 1975 release. Mydland was in this band before he joined the Grateful Dead. Red Octopus - JS (Grunt BFL 1-0999) Hunter and Marty Balin co-wrote 'Tumblin'. Released in June, 1975. Solid Silver - QMS (Capitol SM 11820) Hunter wrote 'I Heard You Singing' on this October, 1975 release. The Best of New Riders of the Purple Sage - NRPS (Columbia PC 34367) a 'best of' record released in 1976 with the NRPS t-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. Reflections - Jerry Garcia (GD Records GDLP 4.006515) released in West Germany in the Fall of 1989. Kingfish - Kingfish (Round/UA RX 108 RX-LA564-G) Bob Weir appears. Released in March, 1976. Pistol Packin' Mama - The Good Old Boys (Round/UA RX 109 RX-LA597-G) Jerry Garcia produced and mixed this bluegrass album. Diga - Mickey Hart/Diga Rhythm Band (Round/UA RX 110 RX-LA600-G) Released in March, 1976. Steal Your Face - GD (United Artists GD LA620 J2 GD 104) Recorded October 16 to 20, 1974 at Winterland in San Francisco, this two record live album was released on June 26, 1976. Steal Your Face - GD (GD Merchandising GDCD 4006) this two-CD release includes lyric sheets with both volumes. Love 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) Hart plays on 'Desert Horizon'. Jubilation - Rowans (Asylum 7E 1114) includes Mickey Hart on this 1977 release. Live N' Kickin' - Kingfish (Jet/UA JT/LA732-G) Weir plays on this 1977 release. Weir's guitar parts were erased from the album, except for the songs where he sings. Reissued in 1981 on Accord SN 7128. What a Long Strange Trip It's Been - GD (Warner Bro. 2W 3091) a two record 'best of' release. It includes the pre-release version of the 'Dark Star'/'Born Cross-Eyed' single. Also on CD. Terrapin Station - GD (Arista AL 7001) Released on July 27, 1977. Also released as ALB-8329. Also on CD as ARCD 8065. Terrapin Station - GD (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. Terrapin Station - GD (Direct Disk Labs SD 16619) high quality pressing released in 1979. Heaven Help the Fool - Bob Weir Band (Arista AB 4155) Released on January 13, 1978. Also on CD as ARCD 8165. Cats Under The Stars - Jerry Garcia (Arista AB 4160) Released on March 15, 1978. Also on CD as ARCD 8535. Grateful Dead Sampler - var. (Arista SP 35) contains cuts from Terrapin Station, Heaven Help the Fool, and Cats Under the Stars. Shakedown Street - GD (Arista AB 4198) Released on November 15, 1978. Also released as ALB-8321. Also on CD as ARCD 4198. Step Up to Big Pay - Cache Valley Drifters (Flying Fish 220) this 1979 release contains a bluegrass version of 'Cumberland Blues'. Eclipse - Hamza el-Din (Pacific Arts Records ) includes Hart on percussion. Replay - Crosby, Stills, & Nash (Atlantic ) Jerry Garcia plays pedal steel guitar on 'Change Partners'. Released in 1980. Go To Heaven - GD (Arista AL 9508) Released on April 28, 1980. Also released as ALB6-8322. Also on CD as ARCD 9508. Jack O'Roses - Robert Hunter (Dark Star DSLP 8001) an April, 1980 UK release. 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) Garcia and Kreutzman appear on this 1974 recording released in 1980 in Italy. Livin' the Life - Chris and Lorin Rowan (Appaloosa 011) Garcia and Kreutzman appear on this Italian release of the 'Rowan Brothers' record. King Biscuit Flower Hour - ( ) a Nassau Coliseum show 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 and Bob interview about origins of the band's name, Jerry's early infatuation with the accordion, loss of his finger, and the Acid Tests. Rock and Roll Valentine - (Westwood One) Dead appear on part of this eighteen record ABC Radio special from 1981. 'The Grateful Dead Story: Fifteen Years of the Dead' broadcast 12/20/81 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) three record radio special for 2/6/81. RSMP Guest DJ's - ( ) one side has band members introducing other artist's songs. Released in 1982. Jim Ladd Interview Series - ( ) Dead interviews appear in Series 17 and 19. 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 - GD (Arista A2L 8604) This live acoustic album was recorded from September 25 to October 14, 1980 at the Warfield Theater, S.F., and October 22 to 31, 1980 at Radio City Music Hall, NYC. Out of print. Released on March 25, 1981. For The Faithful - GD (Arista/Pair ARPDL2-1053) the 1984 reissue of Reckoning. It has a b/w 'Reckoning' cover on the back and the photo on the front. The CD does not include 'Oh Babe, It Ain't No Lie'. Reckoning - GD (Arista/Pair ARPDL2-1053) the July, 1988 reissue of Reckoning with the 'Reckoning' color front cover. The CD is an abridged version of the two record lp and does not include 'Oh Babe, It Ain't No Lie'. Dead Set - GD (Arista A2L 8606 or AL9-8112) This live electric album was recorded from September 25 to October 14, 1980 at the Warfield Theater, S.F., and October 22 to 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. Some CD's (ARCD 8112) do not have 'Space' but have 'Drums'. Other CD's do not have 'Drums' but have 'Space'. Also released as AL9-8152. Dead Set - GD (Arista 18-RS-52-53) Japanese release of the album by Nippon Phonogram Ltd. Bobby and the Midnites - Bob Weir (Arista AL 9568) Bob and Brent appear on this October 21, 1981 release with the black cat cover. Some albums also released as ALB6-8367 and AL5-8148 and as 8558. Also on CD. 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. Run for the Roses - Jerry Garcia (Arista AL 9603) released on October 20, 1982. Also on CD as ARCD 8557. The Electric Guitar Quartet - The Electric Guitar Quartet (EGQ Cassettes ) Tom Constanten composed 'Alaric's Premonition'. 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 get credit. Rock Southern Style - var. (KTel ) includes GD's 'Alabama Getaway'. Morning Sky - Chris Hillman (Sugar Hill SH-3729) this 1982 release has a version of 'Ripple'. (Sugar Hill Records, P.O. Box 4040 Duke Station, Durham NC 27706) The White EP - Joe Pop-O-Pie (415 Records 415A-0009) includes two versions of Truckin'. Where the Beat Meets the Street - Bobby and the Midnites (Columbia BFC 39276) Weir and others appear on this album. Released in November, 1984. Apocalypse Now Sessions - The Rhythm Devils Play River Music (Passport PB 9844) Hart and others play music for Apocalypse Now soundtrack. Apocalypse Now - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (Elektra DP 90001) released in 1979. Yamantaka - Henry Wolff, Nancy Hemmings, Mickey Hart (Celestial Harmonies CEL 003) Recorded at GD Sound Studios and Rolling Thunder Studios. Released in 1983 by Celestial Harmonies, P.O.Box 673, Wilton, CT 06897. Dafos - Mickey Hart, Airto, Flora Purim (Reference Recordings RR 12) Hart plays on this release. The CD (RR12CD) has Hart's 'Psychopomp' (4:57), which is not on the lp. What Keeps the Dead Alive? - (Westwood One) two lps 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 American Beauty is included in this movie soundtrack album from 1984. Jack O'Roses - Robert Hunter (Relix RRLP 2001) Reissued on Relix Records. Originally released on Dark Star DSLP 8001. 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. Amagamalin Street - Robert Hunter (Relix RRLP 2003) Roseanne is remixed on the CD. Released June 1, 1984. Kingfish - Kingfish (Relix RRLP 2005) with Bob Weir and Dave Torbert. Released on January 14, 1985. Live '85 - Robert Hunter (Relix RRLP 2006) Relix Records Sampler - var. (Relix RRLP 2015) includes Hunter's 'Gypsy Parlor Light'. This was released with 5000 on black and 1000 on psychedelic vinyl. The Flight of the Marie Helena - Robert Hunter (Relix RRLP 2009) some releases include a 16 page lyrics booklet. Some releases are on green vinyl. A Wing and a Prayer - Matt Kelly (Relix RRLP 2010) with Garcia, Weir, Mydland, Godchaux, and Kreutzman. The CD has an extra selection. Alive in 85 - Kingfish (Relix RRLP 2016) cover has fish with guitar and surf. Rock Columbia - Robert Hunter (Relix RRLP 2019) released in the Summer of 1986. Also on CD. The Ghosts Playing in The Heart of Gold Band - Keith and Donna Godchaux (Whirled WRR 01967) studio plus two live tracks with Donna 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'. Before Time Began - NRPS (Relix RRLP 2024) with Lesh, Garcia, and Hart. Studio sessions for the first NRPS album. Side Two has the backwards playing and singing. Vintage NRPS - NRPS (Relix RRLP 2025) live album from February 21 and 23, 1971 at the Capitol Theater, Portchester, NY includes Garcia on pedal steel. Some copies are pressed on 'psychedelic' vinyl. Vintage NRPS - NRPS (Relix RRLP 2025) this was also released as a picture disk. Joe's Third Album - Joe Pop-O-Pie (Subterranean Records Sub 52) 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, the Sunshine Daydream part is recorded normally. The Music of Upper and Lower Egypt - var. (360 Degrees Records - 101) Recorded by Hart and John Cutler during the Dead's tour in 1978. Produced by Hart. Sarangi: Music of India - Ustad Sultan Khan and Shri Rij Ram (360 Degrees Records - 102) Recorded by Mickey Hart and Dan Healy in 1974 at The Stone House (formerly the Henry Botham Youth Camp, Marin). Dance to the Beat of My Drum - Babatunde Olatunji (Blue Heron BLU 706-1 D) Produced by Mickey Hart. Released in 1986. Apocalypse Now Sessions - The Rhythm Devils Play River Music (Wilson Audio W-8521) Hart and others play music for Apocalypse Now soundtrack. 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) Garcia plays on 'You're the One'. Released in Spring, 1987. Superstars of the 70s Volume 2: Heavy Metal - var. (Warner Special Products) This 4 record compilation includes 'Johnny B. Goode' off the 'Grateful Dead' release. 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. In The Dark - GD (Arista AL 8452) According to Arista, released July 9, 1987. Available in stores on July 6, 1987. Only the cassette version includes 'My Brother Esau', inserted at the end of what is side one of the album. The 'eyeballs' on the front cover are printed right side up. The Gyuto Monks: Tibetan Tantric Choir (Windham Hill WH-2001) Produced by Mickey Hart. Released in 1987. The Light of The Spirit - Kitaro (Geffen GHS 24163) Produced by Mickey Hart. Hart (on 'percussion and spatial effects') and Dave Grisman (mandolin) appear on this September, 1987 release. Dead Zone - CD Collection - GD (Arista ACD6 8530) a boxed six CD 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'. In The Dark - GD (Arista AL 8452) A second version of the front cover has the 'eyeballs' printed upside-down. Released in Fall, 1987. Also on CD. Grateful Dead Talk to Themselves (Arista ADP-9630) 1987. A promotional record produced by GD publicist Dennis McNally. Sent out by Arista Records to radio/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). - New Frontier ( ) Brent Mydland plays keyboards on 'Motel Rain' on this California's band debut album from 1987 (probably not released). 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. 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. Liberty - Robert Hunter (Relix RRLP 2029) with Jerry Garcia and others. Released March 1, 1988. Keystone Encores, Vol. 1 - Saunders, Garcia, Kahn, Vitt (Fantasy MPF 4533) second part to '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) third part to '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. Rock Stars No. 15 - The Grateful Dead (Radio Today Entertainment, 211 West 56th Street, Suite 3A, N.Y., NYU 10019) a two record program of interviews and music aired the week of May 2, 1988. Legends of Rock - The Grateful Dead ( ) a two record program to be broadcast October 2, 1988. Down in the Groove - Bob Dylan (Columbia OC 40957) Garcia, Weir, and Mydland sing backup on 'Silvio' and 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. 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. Also CD 10052. Old and In The Way - var. (Rykodisc RCD 10009) CD released in 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. ( ) 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 does the 'mystery lyrics' at the end of 'Dark Star'. Released in August, 1988. Some of the early lps have the labels on the wrong sides of the record and incorrectly list 'Dark Star/The Other One' as 30:55 long. 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'. Robert Hunter does the 'mystery lyrics' at the end of 'Dark Star'. Released in August, 1988. Grateful Dead Hour - David Gans (Truth and Fun, Inc.) A weekly one hour show featuring interviews, studio and live music, etc. No. 1 - September 5, 1988 (MJI Broadcasting, New York, NY - on record) No. 2 - September 12, 1988 No. 3 - September 19, 1988 No. 4 - September 26, 1988 No. 5 - October 3, 1988 No. 6 - October 10, 1988 No. 7 - October 17, 1988 No. 8 - October 24, 1988 No. 9 - October 31, 1988 No. 10 - November 7, 1988 No. 11 - November 14, 1988 No. 12 - November 21, 1988 No. 13 - November 28, 1988 No. 14 - December 5, 1988 No. 15 - December 12, 1988 No. 16 - December 19, 1988 No. 17 - December 26, 1988 No. 18 - January 2, 1989 No. 19 - January 9, 1989 No. 20 - January 16, 1989 No. 21 - January 23, 1989 No. 22 - January 30, 1989 No. 23 - February 6, 1989 No. 24 - February 13, 1989 No. 25 - February 20, 1989 No. 26 - February 27, 1989 No. 27 - March 6, 1989 No. 28 - March 13, 1989 No. 29 - March 20, 1989 No. 30 - March 27, 1989 No. 31 - April 3, 1989 No. 32 - April 10, 1989 No. 33 - April 17, 1989 No. 34 - April 24, 1989 No. 35 - May 1, 1989 No. 36 - May 8, 1989 No. 37 - May 15, 1989 No. 38 - May 22, 1989 No. 39 - May 27, 1989 No. 40 - June 5, 1989 No. 41 - June 12, 1989 - a repeat of No. 16 No. 42 - June 19, 1989 No. 43 - June 26, 1989 No. 44 - July 3, 1989 No. 45 - July 10, 1989 No. 46 - July 17, 1989 No. 47 - July 24, 1989 No. 48 - July 31, 1989 No. 49 - August 7, 1989 No. 50 - August 14, 1989 No. 51 - August 21, 1989 No. 52 - August 28, 1989 No. 53 - September 18, 1989 (Truth and Fun, Inc. - on tape) No. 54 - September 25, 1989 No. 55 - October 2, 1989 No. 56 - October 9, 1989 No. 57 - October 16, 1989 No. 58 - October 23, 1989 No. 59 - November 6, 1989 (no show for 10/30/89 due to earthquake) No. 60 - November 13, 1989 No. 61 - November 20, 1989 No. 62 - November 27, 1989 No. 63 - December 4, 1989 No. 64 - December 11, 1989 No. 65 - December 18, 1989 No. 66 - December 25, 1989 No. 67 - January 1, 1990 No. 68 - January 8, 1990 No. 69 - January 15, 1990 No. 70 - January 22, 1990 No. 71 - January 29, 1990 No. 72 - February 5, 1990 No. 73 - February 12, 1990 No. 73 - February 19, 1990 No. 74 - February 26, 1990 No. 75 - March 5, 1990 No. 76 - March 12, 1990 No. 77 - March 19, 1990 No. 78 - March 26, 1990 No. 79 - April 2, 1990 No. 80 - April 9, 1990 No. 81 - April 16, 1990 No. 82 - April 23, 1990 No. 83 - April 30, 1990 No. 84 - May 7, 1990 No. 85 - May 14, 1990 No. 86 - May 21, 1990 No. 87 - May 28, 1990 Steal This Disc 1 - var. (Rykodisc RCD 00056) contains a track from the Old and In The Way release. On CD only. Steal This Disc 2 - var. (Rykodisc RCD 00076) contains 'Da Bird Song' from the Hooteroll album. On CD only. Steal This DAT 2 - var. (Rykodisc RDAT 00100) contains 'Da Bird Song' from the Hooteroll album. On DAT only. The Heart of Rock - various (Columbia ) includes the GD's 'Touch of Grey'. The net proceeds from this record go to the T. J. Martell Foundation for Leukemia, Cancer, and AIDS Research. Nightfood - Brian Melvin's Nightfood (Global Pacific Records/Columbia ZK 40733) Bob Weir sings on 'Fever' and 'Mercy, Mercy, Mercy'. Released in September, 1988. Recorded at Different Fur Recording in San Francisco with overdubs and mix done at Bob Weir's home studio. Watchfire - Peter Sears (Redwood Records, 6400 Hollis Street, Suite 8, Emeryville, CA 96408 RR 8806) 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. Dinosaurs - Dinosaurs (Relix RRLP 2031) includes Robert Hunter on 'Who Makes the Moves' which was also written by Hunter. Also includes Hunter's 'Resurrection Rag'. Living Earth - Living Earth (Relix RRLP 2033) 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'. Diga - Diga Rhythm Band (Rykodisc RALP 10101) with Mickey Hart. Originally released in 1976 on Round Records. Has pink frosting color added to the cover. This release has been remixed by Mickey Hart. Also on CD. Some records are pressed on clear vinyl. Drums of Passion: The Invocation - Babatunde Olatunji (Rykodisc RCD 10102) Released only on CD and cassette. Produced by Mickey Hart. Eclipse - Hamza el-Din (Rykodisc RCD 10103) released only on CD and cassette. Produced by Mickey Hart. Originally released in 1978. 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. The Travelling Jewish Wedding - The Golden Gate Gypsy Orchestra of America and California (Rykodisc RCD 10105) released only on CD and cassette. Produced by Mickey Hart. Originally released in 1981. The Music of Upper and Lower Egypt - var. (Rykodisc 10106) released only on CD and cassette. Recorded by Hart during the Dead's tour in 1978. Produced by Mickey Hart. - Zahir Hussain (Aspen Records ) Hart plays percussion on this Spring, 1987 release. Hussain appeared on the Diga record. Oldies But Goodies Over 20 Years Old - GD and JA (Koine K880804, Phono Performances Ltd., 14-22 Ganton St., London W1W 1L6) This imported CD contains: 'Viola Lee Blues' from November 8, 1967, 'Good Morning Little School Girl' from November 9, 1967, 'Alligator Jam' from November 10, 1967, and 'That's It For The Other One' from November 11, 1967 at the Shrine Auditorium. Also has JA material from The Royal in Los Angeles. This CD was apparently released by taking advantage of the overseas expiration of copyright time limits. Greetings From The Living Dead - GD (Living Legend Records LLR-CD008) This imported CD contains: 'Viola Lee Blues', 'Big Boss Man', 'Sitting on Top of the World', 'Dancin' in the Streets', 'I Know You Rider', 'He Was a Friend of Mine' from March 25, 1966 at the Trouper's Hall, San Francisco; and 'Hey Little One', 'I'm a Hog for You, Baby', You Don't Have to Ask', 'Cold Rain and Snow (Pt. 1)', 'You Lied, Cheated', 'Me and my Uncle', 'Cold Rain and Snow (pt. 2)', and 'Instrumental' from January, 1966 in Los Angeles. This CD was apparently released by taking advantage of the overseas expiration of copyright time limits. Live at the Shrine Auditorium Volume 2 - GD (Roine Records, W. Germany) This CD is part of the 'Oldies But Goldies' series. It contains more from the Shrine Auditorium shows of November, 1967: 'Lovelight', 'Death Dont Have No Mercy', 'It Hurts Me Too', 'Morning Dew', 'New Potato Caboose' (incorrectly listed as 'Caution'), and 'Alligator. Released in the Summer of 1989. This CD was apparently released by taking advantage of the overseas expiration of copyright time limits. No Time - The Squalls (Dog Gone Records, P.O.Box 1742, Athens, GA 30603, DOG 0001) includes a version of 'Truckin''. Almost Acoustic - Jerry Garcia Acoustic Band (Concensus Reality/GD Merch. GDCD4005) a CD-only release of the Fall, 1987 performances at the Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles. 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). Dylan & the Dead - Bob Dylan (Columbia OC 45056) Live Bob Dylan 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 31, 1988. Also on CD. Dylan & the Dead - Bob Dylan (Columbia CD OC 45056) Released on January 31, 1988. This was released as a special edition/promotional CD. Drums of Passion: The Beat - Babatunde Olatunji (Rykodisc 10107) Produced by Mickey Hart. This is a digital remix of 'Dance To The Beat of My Drum'. To be released in 1989. Dafos - Mickey Hart, Airto, Flora Purim (Rykodisc 10108) Hart plays on this release. To be released in 1989. Apocalypse Now Sessions - The Rhythm Devils Play River Music (Rycodisk 10109) Hart and others play music for Apocalypse Now soundtrack. Includes previously unreleased material. To be released in 1989. Rainbow Warriors - Greenpeace (Geffen GHS 24236) a two-record compilation of recordings by the West's most famous popular musicians, it includes the Dead's 'Throwing Stones' (4:24). Released in April, 1989. This was released on various labels worldwide. Also released on two CDs (Geffen 9 24236-2). Double Dose - Kingfish (Relix RRCD 2035) a CD-only release of the 'Alive in '85' and 'Kingfish' albums on one CD. Released in February, 1989. Double Dose - Keith and Donna Godchaux (Relix RRCD 20 ) a CD-only release of the 'Playing in the Heart of Gold Band' and 'The Heart of Gold Band' albums on one CD. To be released in 1989. Tiger Rose - Robert Hunter (Rykodisk RCD10115) 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, Berkeley. Peace on Earth - Country Joe McDonald (Ragbaby Records Box 3316, S.F., CA 94119 RAG 1019) Mickey Hart and Bob Weir play percussion on two tracks of this 1989 release. 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 in his mother's womb with Mickey Hart on percussion and Bobby Vega on bass. Produced by Mickey Hart. Released in April, 1989. Freedom Chant from the Top of the World - Gyuto Monks Tibetan Tantric Choir (Rykodisc RCD 20113) Produced by Mickey Hart. Recorded at George Lucas' Skywalker Ranch in January, 1989. Released in August, 1989. This also includes '#2 for Gaia', recorded live at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, NYCity, in December of 1988. Juggling Suns - Solar Circus (Relix ) includes a version of 'St. Stephen/The Eleven'. Released in September, 1989. Built To Last - GD (Arista AL-8575) the album version does not include 'We Can Run'. Released on October 31, 1989. Built To Last - GD (Arista AC-8575) the cassette version includes 'We Can Run'. Released on October 31, 1989. Built To Last - GD (Arista ARCD-8575) the CD version includes 'We Can Run'. Released on October 31, 1989. Dead in a Deck - GD (Arista ARCD-8575-DL) a special edition of Built To Last on CD. Released on October 31, 1989. This comes in blue print 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 pictures were taken on August 6, 1989 at the California Expo, Sacramento, CA show. Dead in a Deck - GD (Arista AC-8575-DL) a special edition of Built To Last on cassette. Released on October 31, 1989. This comes in red print packaging which looks like a box of playing cards. It includes photos, a deck of GD playing cards, and an order from for 'Built To Last' merchandise. The band pictures were taken on August 6, 1989 at the California Expo, Sacramento, CA show. Transverse City - Warren Zevon ( ) Garcia appears on 'Transvers 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, NYCity) 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 and Bob (the new album, Jerry's youth, early Dead history, Bob 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 - Suite 413, 6565 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90028) this December, 1989 release includes 'Friend of the Devil'. The Grateful Dead Ante Up (Arista ASCD 9921) an interview record for Built To Last. This December, 1989 release was produced by David Gans/Truth and Fun Inc. 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. Songs of Amber - The Dzintars Latvian Women's Choir (Rykodisc RCD) this 76 voice Latvian women's choir was recorded at the Skywalker Ranch sound stage. It was produced by Mickey Hart and Jerry Garcia. Released on CD and tape in March, 1990. Blues for 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 for the Rainforest', and acoustic guitar on `Sunrise Over Haleakala'. Released on CD/cassette (S2CS-16) in April, 1990. Sounds of the Seventies - var. (Time-Life Books, 1450 East Parham Road, Richmond, VA 23280 (800) 621-7026) this series includes the Dead's 'Truckin' ' on the CD/cassette for 1971. Released in April, 1990. If Six Was Nine - The Obsequious Cheese Log (Imaginary Records) the title song includes Bob Weir on vocals and rhythm guitar. 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'. Released in March, 1990. Trios - Bob Wasserman ( ) Jerry Garcia and Edie Brickell play on 'Zillionaire'. To be released. Note: Donna Jean Godchaux also appears on numerous albums under her maiden name, Donna Jean Thatcher: Boz Scaggs - Boz Scaggs (Atlantic SD 8239) Donna Jean Thatcher sings backup on all songs except 'Now You're Gone'. Duane Allman also appears in the photo on this 1969 release. Note: Dan Healy produced a number of records on the early 1970's, including some for Mercury Records. Some of these records 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, and a couple of QMS's albums. ... and a couple of albums that I could use more info on: ? - Earth Band ( ) members of the band appear on this early 70's release featuring other SF Bay musicians? ? - the various interview/radio show albums listed above The Anniversary Album - (WB PRO 289) Singles ------- Fire In The City/Your Sons and Daughters - John Hendricks ( ) back up by the band. This single was supposed to be used for a movie. Don't Ease Me In/Stealin - GD (Scorpio 201) Released in June, 1966. Cream Puff War/The Golden Road (To Unlimited Devotion) - GD (Warner Bro. 7016) Released on March 17, 1967. Cream Puff War/The Golden Road (To Unlimited Devotion) - GD (Warner Bro. 7016) Released on March 17, 1967. Also released as a dj single. Dark Star/Born Cross-Eyed - GD (Warner Bro. WB 7186) studio 'Dark Star' and a slightly different mix of 'Born Cross-Eyed' than on Anthem of the Sun. Dark Star/Born Cross-Eyed - GD (Warner Bro. WB 7186) released with a picture sleeve. Dark Star/Born Cross-Eyed - GD (Warner Bro. WB 7186) released as a dj single. Dupree's Diamond Blues (3:30)/Cosmic Charlie (5:40) - GD (Warner Bro. WB 7324) Released on June 20, 1969. Dupree's Diamond Blues (3:30) - GD (WB 7324) a mono/stereo promo single. Uncle Martin's (3:09)/South Side Strut - Howard Wales and Jerry Garcia (Douglas ZS7-6501) Teacher - (Nasty X-1) this is supposed to have Garcia, Hart, and others on this x-rated single from 1970. Uncle John's Band (3:07)/New Speedway Boogie (3:23) - GD (Warner Bro. WB 7410) the words 'God-damn' are deleted from 'Uncle John's Band'. Released in May, 1970. Uncle John's Band (3:07)/New Speedway Boogie (3:23) - GD (Warner Bro. WB 7410) Released as dj single. American Beauty - GD (WB PRO 226) a five song, seven inch promo single with a picture sleeve. Truckin' (3:13)/Ripple (2:55) - GD (Warner Bro. WB 7464) Released in November, 1970. Both are edited down from the album versions. Truckin' (3:13)/Ripple (2:55) - GD (Warner Bro. WB 7464) Released as a dj single. Johnny B. Goode (3:42)/Truckin' (3:13) - GD (WB 7653) 'Johnny B. Goode' is from the Skull and Roses album and 'Truckin'' is from the above single. This is a 'Back to Back Hits' release. Johnny B. Goode - GD/So Fine - Elvin Bishop Group (WB 7627) promo single. Johnny B. Goode - GD (WB 7627) mono/stereo promo single. Casey Jones - GD/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 - GD/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. Has a picture sleeve. Released in January, 1972. Deal (3:09)/The Wheel (4:02) - Jerry Garcia (WB 7551) 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 - Bob Weir (WB 7611) released in 1972. One More Saturday Night/Cassidy - Bob Weir (WB 7611) released as a dj single. One More Saturday Night/Cassidy - GD (WB K 16167) a UK release with credit to GD instead of Bob Weir. Ramble on Rose (6:09)/Jack Straw (4:46) and Mr. Charlie (3:40) - GD (WB PRO 544) a promo single and a foldout record jacket. From the Europe '72 album. Released in November, 1972. Mr. Charlie (3:40)/Sugar Magnolia (3:57) - GD (WB 7667) 'Sugar Magnolia' is an edited version of the long version on Europe '72. Mr. Charlie (3:40)/Sugar Magnolia (3:57) - GD (WB 7667) released as a dj single. Truckin' (3:13)/Sugar Magnolia (3:57) - GD (WB 7-21988) 'Truckin'' is from the 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. Here Comes Sunshine (4:37)/Let Me Sing Your Blues Away (3:15) - GD (GDS-01) Released on October 15, 1973. Here Comes Sunshine (4:37)/Let Me Sing Your Blues Away (3:15) - GD (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) - GD (GD-4502) Released on October 15, 1973. 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) 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. Sampler For Deadheads - Hunter/Garcia (Round SMP 01) contains: '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. U.S. Blues (3:12)/Loose Lucy (3:15) - GD (GD45-03) has a picture sleeve. Released June 27, 1974. U.S. Blues (3:12) - GD (GD45-03) a mono/stereo promo version. This also has a picture sleeve. U.S. Blues (3:12) - GD (GD45-03) a mono/stereo promo version in a regular sleeve. Sampler for Deadheads - Garcia/Tales of the Great Rumrunners (Round ) contains rough mixes from these two albums. Sampler For Deadheads - Old and in the Way/Keith and Donna (Round SMP 02) contains rough mixes from these two albums released on Round Records. Released in June, 1974. Sampler For Deadheads - Hunter/Lesh & Lagin (Round Records SMP 03) contains rough mixes from these two albums released on Round Records. Released in June, 1974. The Music Never Stopped/Franklin's Tower - GD (UA GD 718) Released on September 1, 1975. 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 - GD (UA GD 718) mono/stereo promo single. Help On The Way/Franklin's Tower - GD (UA GD 762) Released on September 1, 1975. Franklin's Tower - GD (UA GD 762) mono/stereo promo single. Wham Bam Shang a Lang/ - Silver (Arista ) Brent Mydland was in this band before he joined the Dead. This single did not appear on the album. Dark Star/Born Cross Eyed - GD (WB ) a 1977 UK released single from the 'What a Long Strange Trip It's Been' album. Dancin' in the Streets (3:08)/Terrapin Station (3:17) - GD (Arista 0276) Released on July, 27, 1977. Has horns added to the 'Dancin'' mix. Dancin' in the Streets (3:08) - GD (Arista 0276) mono/stereo promo single. Has horns added to the mix. Dancin' in the Streets/Terrapin Station - GD (Arista Dead-1) twelve inch 45 rpm UK release without horns. 'Dancin'' is 'adapted from Terrapin Station' and 'Terrapin' is 'taken from Terrapin Station'. Passenger/Terrapin Station (3:17) - GD (Arista 0291) Released on July, 27, 1977. Passenger - GD (Arista 0291) mono/stereo promo single. Bombs Away/Easy to Slip - Bob Weir (Arista 0315) released in 1977 I'll be Doggone - Bob Weir (Arista 0336) mono/stereo promo single from 1977. Good Lovin' (3:26)/Stagger Lee (3:25) - GD (Arista 0383) Released on November 15, 1978. Good Lovin' (3:26) - GD (Arista 0383) mono/stereo promo single. Shakedown Street (3:46)/France (4:03) - GD (Arista 0410) released in 1980. Shakedown Street (3:46) - GD (Arista 0410) mono/stereo promo single. Alabama Getaway (3:29)/Far From Me - GD (Arista 0519) Released on April 28, 1980. Alabama Getaway (3:29)/Far From Me - GD (Arista 0519) with a picture sleeve. Don't Ease Me In/Far From Me - GD (Arista 0546) Released on April 28, 1980. Don't Ease Me In/Far From Me - GD (Arista 0546) released as a dj single. Alabama Getaway (3:29)/Shakedown Street - GD (Arista Flashback FLAS 116) released in 1981. Walkie Talkie/Groove 2 - Kodo (or Code-O) (4th and Broadway/Island ) a twelve inch breakdancing single with Mickey Hart, Airto, Bobby Vega, and Tim Gorman. 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) - GD (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) - GD (Arista ASCD-9606) CD single. Touch of Grey (4:14)/My Brother Esau (4:17) - GD (Arista AS1-9606) Released on June 16, 1987 on grey vinyl. Also released as a cassette single in grey plastic. Both the single and the cassette are in a six panel foldout poster (six square panels the size of the single) which has on one side 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. Hell in a Bucket (5:35)/West L.A. Fadeaway (6:39) - GD (Arista ADP 9637) A 12 inch promo single released in September, 1987. The front has a b/w photo of band. The back has liner notes and a small b/w 'In the Dark' album cover with the 'eyeballs' printed upside-down. Touch of Grey (4:14)/My Brother Esau (4:17) - GD (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) - GD (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) - GD (Arista AS1-9643) A seven inch, picture sleeve, single remixed by Steve Thompson and Michael Barbiero and released in January, 1988. Throwing Stones (Ashes Ashes) (7:18)/(4:25) - GD (Arista ADP 9657) a 12 inch promo release of the album and edited/remixed single song versions. Touch of Grey/Throwing Stones (Ashes Ashes) - GD (Arista Flash AFS 9696) 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 Takes - Henry Kaiser (SST CD3 237) a three inch CD single which includes a remixed 'Mason's Children' with Tom Constanten added on piano. Released in January, 1989. 3 Inches of the World - Mickey Hart (Rykodisc RCD3 1009) three inch CD single. Alabama Getaway/Shakedown Street/Throwing Stones - GD (Arista X3 ARI 33022) a three inch CD single. Foolish Heart (5:10)/We Can Run (5:30) - GD (Arista ASCD 9899) a CD single released on October 12, 1989. Foolish Heart (5:10)/We Can Run (5:30) - GD (Arista ASCD 9899) a promo CD single released on October 12, 1989. Foolish Heart (5:10)/We Can Run (5:30) - GD (Arista AS1-9899) a single in a picture sleeve. Released on October 12, 1989. Foolish Heart (5:10) /We Can Run (5:30) - GD (Arista 9899) a cassette single released on October 12, 1989. It included 5 GD playing cards (10, J, Q, K, and A of hearts). Foolish Heart (4:15) - GD (Arista 9920) a promo CD single of the song. California Earthquake - GD ( ) a live version of Rodney Crowell's 1978 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) - GD (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' 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) - GD (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 III. (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. Movies, TV Shows, Videos, Radio, Advertisements, etc. ----------------------------------------------------- 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'. Columbia Strike '68 - ( ) this movie about the student rebellion at Columbia University includes the Dead from May 3, 1968 playing 'Cold Rain and Snow' and 'Sitting on Top of the World) on the Student Center Terrace. (also called Columbia Revolt ???) Playboy After Dark - ( ) the Dead play 'St. Stephen' and 'Mountains of the Moon' on this July, 1969 broadcast. Zabriskie Point - ( ) the soundtrack contains an excerpt from 'Dark Star' from Live/Dead and 'Love Scene', a solo by Garcia. Woodstock - ( ) Jerry Garcia appears for a few moments and says 'Marijuana - Exhibit A'. San Francisco Sounds - JA, Santana, and GD ( ) Recorded on February 4, 1970 at the Family Dog at the Great Highway in San Francisco. The Dead play 'Hard to Handle', 'Chinacat Sunflower/I Know You Rider', and appear in the jam at the end. Broadcast on PBS. Calebration - GD and Quicksilver Messenger Service ( ) The Dead perform 'Easy Wind' and 'Candyman', among others. Recorded at the KQED studios in San Francisco on August 30, 1970. Broadcast on local tv. Winterland Arena, S.F. - GD ( ) Television broadcast on KQED and quadrophonic simulcast on KQED-FM and KSAN-FM of the October 4, 1970 show. New Year's Eve, 1970 - GD ( ) first set broadcast on KQED and first four songs were simulcast on KSAN-FM. Gimme Shelter - ( ) Garcia appears at Altamont getting off a helicopter. Last Days of the Fillmore - ( ) GD perform 'Casey Jones' and 'Johnny B. Goode'. Grateful Dead - Robert Nelson's movie of the Dead from 1967 in canoes and having fun while the music is from the first album. Filmed sometime in 1967. Available from Robert Nelson, 2710 East Kenwood, Milwaukee, WI 53211. Beat Club - ( ) The Dead performed on April 21, 1972 for this German tv show out of Bremen, West Germany. Sunshine Daydream - ( ) An unreleased movie, approximately 90 minutes long, mostly footage of the August 27, 1972 concert at Veneta, OR. 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). The Grateful Dead Movie - GD ( ) Their very own movie, released in June, 1977. It was filmed during the October, 1974 shows at Winterland. It is 131 minutes long. Saturday Night Live - NBC ( ) the Dead play 'Casey Jones' and 'I Need a Miracle/Good Lovin' on the November 11, 1978 broadcast. Capitol Theater, Passaic, NJ - GD ( ) close circuit telecast to a few theaters and stereo simulcast of the November 24, 1978 show. The Closing of Winterland - ( ) broadcast on PBS (KQED) and stereo simulcast on KSAN of the December 31, 1978 show. 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. Saturday Night Live - NBC ( ) the Dead play on the April 5, 1980 broadcast. 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 - GD ( ) This 114 minute video contains live performances from October 30 and Halloween, 1980 at Radio City Music Hall in NYCity. 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. Copyright by GDP. Radio City Music Hall - GD ( ) close circuit telecast to a few theaters and stereo simulcast of the October 31, 1980 show. 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 include Bill Kreutzmann and Bobby Vega. Today Show - ( ) Gene Shalit interviews Garcia on the March 21, 1981 show. Gruga Halle - GD ( ) the show from March 28, 1981 at the Gruga Halle, Essen, West Germany was broadcast on telelvision and radio in Europe. Tomorrow Show - (NBC) Tom Snyder interviewing Garcia, Ken Kesey, Weir, Hart, and Kreutzmann on May 7, 1981. Includes 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'. Backstage Pass - ( ) a 1982 syndicated show produced by Video West. It had a segment on the Dead with 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. Heartbleeps - ( ) 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. Invasion of the Body Snatchers - ( ) Garcia appears for about a minute as the bum playing a banjo in the park. A remake of the 1950's movie. Hells Angels Forever, Forever Hells Angels - ( ) Jerry Garcia Band performs on the Hells Angels 'Pirates Party' boat ride of September 5, 1973 on the Bay Belle (yours truly makes a cameo appearance). Executive producers are Jerry Garcia and Clare Frost. Released in 1983. An unreleased studio version of 'Takes a Lot to Laugh' is played over the closing credits. Mask - ( ) with Cher. The soundtrack includes 'Ripple' from American Beauty. One More Saturday Night - ( ) Franken and Davis. Garcia overdubs the guitar solo. 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 - GD ( ) live broadcast on USA cable network of the second set from December 31, 1985. 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 Twilight Zone - ( ) the theme music is by Merl Saunders and the Dead. This TV series was broadcast in 1986. The Twilight Zone - ( ) Robert Hunter wrote the story and teleplay for 'The Devil's Alphabet' episode. A Praire Home Companion - Minnesota Public Radio ( ) the January 10, 1987 show included a medley of 'Ripple', 'Brokedown Palace', and 'Attics of My Life' played by the show's band. 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 folky 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. The Heroes Journey: The World of Joseph Campbell - premiered 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 tidbits, etc. Shown 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 - GD ( ) video of the short version of the song. Premiered on June 19, 1987. Day of the Dead - ( ) an MTV special which was broadcast in August, 1987. It included various clips of taped performances, interview segments Garcia and Hart about the 'In The Dark' album, and hourly reports by Carolyn Haldeman from the Giants Stadium parking lot. Hell in a Bucket - GD ( ) 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' during the commercial intros) and perform 'When I Paint My Masterpiece'. Also 'Kansas City'? The Making of the 'Touch of Grey' Video and More: Deadringers/A behind the scenes look at the Grateful Dead's first video - (6 West Home Video/ Arista) released in September, 1987, this 30 minute VHS Hifi video includes a live 'Touch of Grey', the 'Touch of Grey' video, and scenes during the filming of the video. Directed by Justin Kreutzmann. So Far (6 West Home Video/Arista) released in October, 1987, this 55 minute VHS Hifi Digital recording video contains live versions of 'Uncle John's Band' (Marin Vets), 'Playing in the Band' (Marin Vets -> Oakland 12/31/85), 'Lady with a Fan', 'Drums/Space', 'Not Fade Away', and 'Throwing Stones' which are interspersed with animation. Started recording in 1985, it is the Grateful Dead recorded at the Marin County Veteran's Auditorium without an audience. (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 - GD ( ) a pay per view cable broadcast of the New Year's Eve concert, December 31, 1987, at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, Oakland, CA. Olattunji 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. Bone Alley - Robert Hunter (Relix Video ) video of the song from the 'Liberty' album, with Hunter appearing with an eyepatch, 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. The World of Audubon: 'Greed, Guns, and Wild Life' - ( ) This program on poaching is narrated by Richard Chamberlain. It includes '#3 for Gala' 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 Europe '72 tour. 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 Solistice at the Shoreline Amphitheater, Mountain View, CA - GD ( ) 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. 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, Massachusetts 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 strereo video about various environmental and peace organizations includes Bob Weir among its interview segments. Dead Head TV (Dead Head TV, P.O. Box 170642, S.F., CA 94117) a monthly, half hour long, Deadhead news show on cable TV. Available are four tapes featuring interviews, etc. (Tape 1 - April/May/ June 1988; Tape 2 - July/August/September 1988; Tape 3 - October/ November/December 1988/ January 1989; Tape 4 - March/April/May 1989). Comic Book Confidential - Ron Mann (Cinecom Entertainment Group, 1989) this documentary film about comics art and artists includes 'Truckin'' during the R. Crumb segment and some portions from 'Dark Star'. Foolish Heart - GD (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 'Second That Emotion' and play with Late Night band ('The Mighty Quinn', 'I Can't Turn You Loose', 'Hideaway', and 'Good Lovin'') during the commercial breaks. Timeless Voices - Gyuto Tantric Monks (Fairwind Productions, 22 W. 57th Street, N.Y., NY 10019, (212) 246-7487) this video documents various appearance by the Gyuto Tantric Monks, including at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, NYCity on December 3, 1988. Also includes the performance by Kitaro, Mickey Hart, and others. This was broadcast on October 22, 1989 on the Discovery cable network. 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 playing on several songs. The special was recorded on May 27, 1989, at the Biltmore Hotel, Los Angeles, California. An Evening With the Grateful Dead - (KQED and GDProductions, 1989) first broadcast on December 2, 1989, by KQED TV in San Francisco, this is the Grateful Dead in film and video performances: Robert Nelson's movie, the animation sequences from the Grateful Dead Movie, segments from So Far, and the videos for 'Touch of Grey', 'Hell in a Bucket' and 'Foolish Heart'. Approximately 90 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. Just A Little Light - GD (Arista ) the video was premiered on January 15, 1990 on MTV. Night Music - (Broadway Video/NBC) Rob Wasserman and Bob Weir played an acoustic 'Victim or the Crime' and jammed with Bongwater 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 bikes and some concert footage. Hudson Chronicle - (WMHT Productions) this program about the Hudson River and it's 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) film footage of the Acid Tests, includes the Grateful Dead and others. Released in March, 1990 on VHS Hi-Fi. We Can Run - GD ( ) this video of the song from 'Built To Last' was put together by the Dead and The National Audobon 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 showings on Earth Day. 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 ths soundtrack. To be released. A Season of Whales (Fairwind Productions) this video includes music by Kitaro and Mickey Hart. To be released. Books ----- 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. The Dead Book - Hank Harrison (Links Books, New York, 1970) contains a flexi record of the band doing 'Trips' music to Neal Cassady's rap. Garcia: A Signpost to New Space - Jerry Garcia, Charles Reich, and Jann Wenner (Straight Arrow, San Francisco, 1972) is an interview with Garcia and Mountain Girl. Turn It Up (I Can't Hear the Words) - Bob Sarlin (Simon and Schuster, New York, 1973) contains a chapter about Robert Hunter. Mouse & Kelly - (Delta/Dell Publishing Co., New York, 1979) a portfolio of their artwork, much of it done for the the Grateful Dead. Mouse & Kelly - (Phin Publ. Co., Phin House, Cheltenham, UK, ) contains eight 12 by 16 inch heavy art paper posters from the 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 band. The Dead - Hank Harrison (Celestial Arts, Millbrae, CA, 1980) 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) 12 page picture booklet. Far Away Radios - Robert M. Petersen (privately printed) used to be distributed through the Grateful Dead Office. 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 Egypt trip. Playing in the Band - David Gans and Peter Simon (St. Martin's Press, New York, 1985) various quotes from the band and lots of pictures. 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'. 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. 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. Block prints by Maureen Hunter. This is a joint paperback/tape edition: on the tape, Hunter reads with Tom Constanten accompaniment on piano. Alleys of the Heart - Robert M. Petersen (Hulogosi, Eugene, OR, 1988) a collection of poems, with a forward by Robert Hunter. Grateful Dead - Kay Rowley (Atalanta Press, Unit 16, Riverside Road, Wimbledon Station Business Estate, London, SW17 0BA, UK, 1988) 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 - 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. (Their address: P.O. Box 499, Hanover, NH 03755) 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. (Their address: P.O. Box 499, Hanover, NH 03755) Grateful Dead Family Album - Jerilyn Lee Brandelius (Warner Books Inc., 1989) a variety of GD family and friends photos and excerpts from articles. Published in November, 1989. 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. Published in April, 1990. Drumming on The Edge of Magic - Mickey Hart (Harper & Row, 1990) to be published in September of 1990. The Planet Drum - Mickey Hart ( ) to be published in Summer of 1990. DeadBase '89 - 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. (Their address: P.O. Box 499, Hanover, NH 03755) 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. (Their address: P.O. Box 499, Hanover, NH 03755) The Hunt - Wendy Weir and Bob Weir ( ) a book about life in the rainforests around the world. The book is being written by both and illustrated by Wendy Weir. It is to include a cassette with music and effects by Bob Weir on one side and a reading of the book by Bob Weir on the other side. To be published in late 1989? Golden Road (484 Lake Park Ave - no. 82, Oakland, CA 94610) magazine dedicated to covering the Grateful Dead. Relix (P.O. Box 94, Brooklyn, NY 11229) magazine dedicated to covering the San Francisco sound and the Grateful Dead. Box 92 is for Relix Records. Dead Heads (P.O. 1065, San Rafael, CA 94902) mailing address for the Dead Heads. They send out occasional mailings. Grateful Dead Productions (P.O. Box 1073, San Rafael, CA 94901) GD office. Grateful Dead Merchandising (P.O. Box 12979, San Rafael, CA 94913) the official source of Grateful Dead related merchandise (800) 225-DEAD. Merchandise information 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) 488-9393 (New Jersey) (Note: the P.O. Box sometimes changes for each show.) 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) publishing company for the Grateful Dead (and related) music (415) 457-2322. Warner Brothers Publications (Dept. OJ, 265 Secaucus Road, Secaucus, NJ 07094) publisher of Ice Nine music. Dupree's Diamond News (P.O. Box 3603, New York, NY 10185) magazine dedicated to news about the Grateful Dead. A news flyer is also handed out at concerts. Songbooks, etc. --------------- Grateful Dead - GD (Ice Nine/WB VF 0076, 1972) contains music for the Workingman's Dead and American Beauty albums. It has the jester on the cover. Garcia - Jerry Garcia (Ice Nine/WB VF 0070, 1972) contains music for Garcia's first solo album. Has the handprint on the cover. New Riders of the Purple Sage - NRPS (Ice Nine/WB) music for their first album. Grateful Dead Vol. II - GD (Ice Nine/Warner Bro. VF 0434) contains music for Wake of the Flood, From the Mars Hotel, and Blues for Allah albums. It has the crow on the cover. Grateful Dead Anthology - GD (Ice Nine/Warner Bro. VF 0624) contains songs from various albums. It has the skull and roses on the cover. The Best of Grateful Dead - GD (Ice Nine/WB VF 1414) songs from Anthology. Grateful Dead Anthology - Guitar Edition - GD (Ice Nine/WB GF 0284) arranged by Mark Phillips. The Music of Grateful Dead Made Easy For Guitar - GD (Ice Nine/WB GF 0279). Guitar Superstar Series: Grateful Dead - Featuring Super-Tab Notations - GD (Ice Nine/WB GF 0285) The Best of Grateful Dead - For Guitar - Includes Super-Tab Notations - GD (Ice Nine/WB GF 0337) arranged by Jesse Gress. Touch of Grey - GD (Ice Nine Publishing Co./Warner Bro. Publications VS 4924) this is sheet music for this song, published in the Fall of 1987. In The Dark - GD (Ice Nine/Warner Bro. VF 1435) music for this album. ... and special thanks to the following for providing the inspiration, help, support, rumor control, and crucial info: REEVES@SPOCC.STANFORD.EDU mbandes@spca.bbn.com (Michael Bandes) cormac@rtech.UUCP (Cormac Burke) IFRASER@UMASS.BITNET jws@eleazar.dartmouth.edu (John W. Scott) cross@cs1.wsu.edu (George Cross) jackson@ldp.dec.com (Seth Jackson) acmuenz@athena.mit.edu (Muenz) johnr@LL-VLSI.ARPA (John Reilly) JeffLoomis.es@XEROX.COM (Jeff Loomis) wex@milano.UUCP (Alan Wexelblat) KAMARAUSKAS@WHARTON.UPENN.EDU ihnp4!hplabs!apple!pz (Peter Zukoski) COWER@CSLI.STANFORD.EDU (Rich Cower) dday@mimsy.UUCP (Dennis Doubleday) moog@bandit.DEC.COM (Doug Moog) dispoto@hplabsb.UUCP (Gary Dispoto) mark@isis.Berkeley.EDU (Mark Kraitchman) iodine@garnet.berkeley.edu (Andrew Trapani) ihnp4!ihlpl!casey(Harvey J. Chervitz) eli@lf-server-2.BBN.COM (Steve Elias) tnf@well.UUCP (David Gans) Eric Flaum Jeff Tamarkin MREGO1@CLARKU.BITNET bob@neptune.AMD.COM (Bob Thaden) frog!wjr (William Richard) well!nixon (Robin and Stuart Nixon) murph@maine.bitnet (Michael A. Murphy) billw@jplpub1.jpl.nasa.gov (Bill Weisman) mayer%hplabsz@HPLABS.HP.COM (Niels P. Mayer) sun!hplabs!hplnpm!mayer (Niels P. Mayer) RAAQC611@CUNYVM.BITNET (Dan Blumenthal) Gumby@MCC.COM (David Vinayak Wallace) ebm@postgres.Berkeley.EDU (Eli Messinger) pyramid!ctnews!mitisft!markn (Mark Nudelman) hofmann%nrl-css.arpa@NRL-CSS.ARPA (j b hofmann) jrr@u1100s.UUCP (Trucker) peckar@wfooff.DEC.COM (Mike Peckar) U21187@UICVM (John Schulien) faunt@spar.SPAR.SLB.COM (Doug Faunt) kstewart@td2cad.intel.com (Kent Stuart) caherty@nrl-radar.arpa (Frank Caherty) Tom Constanten via Relix ide@fragle.DEC.COM (Jamie Ide) BRUGGINK@NMFECC.ARPA (Dennis Bruggink) RB00@LEHIGH.BITNET (Richard E. Baum) jrn@ulysses.att.com (Jerry Newmark) prcpto.uucp!psyebh@BBN.COM (Elliot Hans) ih@doc.ic.ac.uk (Ian Harries) ST401973@BROWNVM.BITNET (Leora Lawton) wheless@cs.odu.edu (glen wheless) The Golden Road/Blair Jackson DOUG@vax5.ccs.cornell.edu!DEFREE (Doug Moog) pete@cadence.COM (Pete Zakel) eno@othello.lcl.cmu.edu (Ben Fine) Brian_Jarvinen@um.cc.umich.edu (Brian Jarvinen) samuels@psych.Stanford.EDU (Steve Samuels) MAH76X@ROHVM1.BITNET (Joseph E. Doheny) hannan@cimnet.enet.dec.com (Ken Hannan) mckinney@m.cs.uiuc.edu (Randy McKinney) mcintyre@turing.cs.rpi.edu (Dave McIntyre) ggarb@apple.com (Gordon Garb) andante!ulysses!dptg!att!mtuxj!nss (Neil Schumann) J08QC@CUNYVM.CUNY.EDU (Dan Blumenthal) loren@rutabaga.Rational.COM (Loren Rosen) walsh@xn.ll.mit.edu (Michael Walsh) simon@huxtal.bitnet (Eric J. Simon) 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, and DAT among them. Some have disappeared from popular usage and some are still with us. I have used the most popular format, the 33 1/3 revolutions per minute long playing record, as the method of listing recordings 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 used to release material. In some cases, material is only being released on CDs. I have tried to be thorough, but ... ... well that's about it! 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