These intimate Bay Area club performances are as adventurous and joyous as anything Jerry put down on the big concert stages. Grateful Dead engineer Betty Cantor-Jackson captured this just weeks before the Dead’s "Wake of the Flood" album was recorded. Extended jams sew R&B, rock ’n’ roll and jazz together across "After Midnight," "That’s Alright, Mama," "The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down," "I Second That Emotion," "My Funny Valentine," "Money Honey," "How Sweet It Is (to Be Loved by You)," "Finders Keepers" and more! ATO.
Three CD release. This set contains Jerry Garcia and Merl Saunders' adventurous performance at small bay area club on July 5th, 1973. Recorded by famed Grateful Dead recording engineer Betty Cantor-Jackson days prior to the performances immortalized on the legendary Live At The Keystone series and weeks before the Grateful Dead's Wake of the Flood album recording, the collection showcases the band's free-spirited exploration of R&B, rock, jazz and extended improvisation.