#4 September 2005


#4: September 2005FEATURES

MYTH IS REALITY: The real-life stories that made the “San Francisco Sound.”

INCLUDING: The Grateful Dead, Jack Casady, Jorma Kaukonen, Country Joe McDonald, Sam Andrew remember Janis, and poster artist Stanley Mouse.

SAN FRANCISCO BLUES FEST: Tom Mazzolini works the mojo at America’s oldest Blues fest.


Suzanne CadgeneFrom the Publisher: Suzanne Cadgene recalls being in San Francisco for the “Summer of Love.”

Buddy Fox: Leaving the Blues for Paradise

Little Milton: Bobby Rush says goodbye to an old friend.

Influences: Bill Payne & Jorma KaukonenInfluences: Bill Payne and Jorma Kaukonen.

Kickin’ in Your Stall: So you want to be a rock ‘n’ roll star?

On the Record: New music reviewed — Taj Mahal’s adventurous compilation, a monumental Chicago Blues Reunion, officially released live sets from the Grateful Dead’s past, the Blasters, John Hiatt, and more.

Collecting … San Franciso: An introductory sample of the sound that originated on the Bay.

Also Appearing: … Jefferson Airplane, Big Brother and The Grateful Dead, Dick Cavett.

Re.issues: Santana’s 1969 debut, bringing Latin Blues to the Hippie movement.

Festival Map: Who made American Music, and where they’re playing this month, and next.


Your guide to the event, with schedule, headliner bios and interesting stuff. (PULLOUT)

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