Maria Muldaur
Hollywood Bowl, L.A., CA

original notes:
(opener for Grateful Dead)

John Kahn - bass
Paul Butterfield - guitar

source: aud cassette master>reel
(Rob Bertrando's Sony TC-152SD cm> Jerry Moore's 7" reel @ 7.5 ips, dolby nr)

lineage: 1st gen reel playback on Sony TC-850>Teac an-180 nr>sbm1>cdr>eac>cd wave>flac
transfer by Rob Berger

one disc: 65:03

01: chatter
02: Midnight At The Oasis
03: Any Old Time
04: Walking One And Only
05: Lover Man, Where Can You Be?
06: Intros
07: Tennessee Mountain Home
08: Take A Look At Yourself
09: Chauffeur Blues
10: I Can't Stand The Rain
11: Brickyard Blues
12: The Work Song
13: I'm A Woman
14: Nobody's Fault But Mine

Frank's not sure where he got this, but there has been very little Maria Muldaur shows on DIME (a few, but not many) and this show does not appear to be one of 'em. Frank doubts Butterfield played guitar, it sounds like either Stephen Bruton or Amos Garrett and Butter would have played harmonica. Also sounds like Geoff Gutcheon on piano. So, by Frank's guess, you have Maria backed up by either Bruton or Amos, with Gutcheon and Butter.