Melody Maker (May 13, 1972): "The Day the Music Drowned", report on the Bickershaw Festival by Roy Hollingworth, Andrew Means, Chris Welch, pictures by Barrie Wentzell
“Melody Maker (May 13, 1972): "The Day the Music Drowned", report on the Bickershaw Festival by Roy Hollingworth, Andrew Means, Chris Welch, pictures by Barrie Wentzell,” Grateful Dead Archive Online, accessed October 9, 2015, http://www.gdao.org/items/show/829502.
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