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Garcia 07/22/74
Keystone, Berkeley, CA
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Source Summary Garcia & Saunders: MSR > PCM > DAT Transfer: Panasonic SV-3700 > M-Audio Audiophile 2496 to Wavelab 5.0 mastering with L3 Multimaximizer > CDWAV1.9 > FLAC (level 8). Transferred, Remastered by B. Koucky. 
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Jerry Garcia & Merl Saunders
Berkeley, CA
July 22, 1974

Source: SBD: MSR > PCM > DAT
Transfer: Panasonic SV-3700 > M-Audio Audiophile 2496 to Wavelab 5.0
mastering with L3 Multimaximizer > CDWAV1.9 > FLAC (level 8).
Transferred, Remastered by B. Koucky and Seeded by Green Mountain Bros. June 2007

Jerry Garcia - guitar, vocals
Merl Saunders - keyboards, vocals
John Kahn - bass
Martin Fierro - saxophone, flute
Bill Kreutzmann - drums

Disc 1 67:56
1st Set: - or early show
1. //Instrumental
2. Boogie On Reggae Woman
3. Wondering Why
4. How Sweet It Is //
5. // You Can Leave Your Hat On
6. That's What Love Will Make You Do

Disc 2 78:10
2nd Set: - or late show
1. Cucumber Slumber
2. Harder They Come
3. What's Going On
4. How Sweet It Is

Note: d2tr04 How Sweet It Is may or may not be from this show depending on
if it was an early or late show. It is very clear the tune is the last song
of the night as Jerry says, "See you all later" and you can hear people in
the first rows ask for an encore. There is a tape splice before the song,
which may indicate a reel change or a filler to the DAT source.
The Jerry Site notes that What's Going On is cut and this version is not
and does not list How Sweet It Is nor does it list the d1tr01 Instrumental.
This is a more complete source that what previously circulates.
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03/12/2012 tonys808 no way John Kahn is on Cucumber Slumber. He never played that song... That was a song we played with Aunt Monk and Jerry liked it so we played it together. That is Tony Saunders on Bass..
07/10/2018 jjoops Yes, Tony! And that's not BK drumming, either ... know who that is?