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Selland Arena - Fresno, CA

Set 1:
Mexicali Blues
Beat It On Down The Line
Row Jimmy
Me And Bobby McGee
Scarlet Begonias
El Paso
Tennessee Jed
Playin' In The Band

Set 2:
Brown-Eyed Women
Me And My Uncle
It Must Have Been The Roses
Jack Straw
He's Gone
U.S. Blues
WRS Prelude
WRS Part 1
Let It Grow
Spanish Jam
Eyes Of The World
China Doll

One More Saturday Night

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Easily one of the best stand-alone Scarlet's of all time. Absolutley amazing!


yes the Scarlet was beautiful and the Playin'in the Band was stellar. 29 minutes! and to think it all happened in Fresno....

does anyone have this show? It's a must for me. I have plenty of first gen digital soundboards from dan healy, if anyone's interested. I love the weather report suite. I taped it off of the grateful dead hour years ago. I must get a decent copy.

A first show, wall of sound, Blues for Allah backdrop. Unique experience of community at a show, networked to be on a deadhead mailing list and received interesting newsletters and Round samplers. Truly a memorable experience square in Phil zone and live at the Mars Hotel. It would be interesting to see a reprint of those old newsletters they articulated the vision of the band during those times.


Row Jimmy/Bobby McGee-Fat licks by Jerry.

Roses-Wonderfully melodic.

E: Saturday Night_Audience.

-Perrinswolf (06/24/2008)

3.23.74 Cow Palace was first Wall of Sound show.
-Brianmerrilyn (06/24/2008)

One of david gans favorite shows id like to hear it where to be found
-Stagger lee (07/08/2009)

Hey Stagger Lee, look here -


or email me...
- (11/10/2009)

the weather report suite>spanish jam>eyes of the world>china doll transports you to another plane of existence. without drugs.
- (12/13/2009)

Me thinks Dave was refering to himself...not the band.
-Bossgobbler (04/07/2012)

The jam before Bertha is very mellow and Jazzy. Phil is just layin it down. Great start to a great show. and the WRS -> China doll is so fluid, i almost didn't notice there was a transition between Eyes and China Doll.
-Murphy (01/09/2013)

To be released as Dave's Picks, Volume 17 in February 2016.
-DLB (11/03/2015)

thank you for staying on top of it, DLB - we owe you a medal because nobody has internet these days, and nobody checks it every single day...
- (11/03/2015)

And thank you Ed Black for the negative vibes.
-Anonymous (11/07/2015)

The Other One just above this post is also Ed Black.
-Moderator (11/09/2015)

Show will be officially released as Dave's Picks Volume 17 February 1 2016. Hahahahahahaha
-The Joker (11/09/2015)

no, it wasn't me bitch - I sign my name every time you fuckin' loser
- (11/09/2015)

Ed Black: class personified
-Ed White (11/22/2015)

Don't know if anyone had said this...but this is now a Dave's Picks #17.

-zetzer (03/03/2016)

"All you folks out there with fireworks, hold your fire because the fire marshal don't dig it... and he's got a point" - Bobby after "Bertha"

Terrific Spanish jam, hell of a show.
-Just Exactly Perfect Band (07/06/2016)

Huge Thanks DSO for rockin this out in Eugene Monday, Such Clean + Kind Vibes! We are Grateful, Super Swell Show, Two Thumbs Up!!
- (02/15/2017)

Keith's 26th birthday.
-Anonymous (07/08/2018)

I think this was released as Dave's Picks Volume 17 ;)
-Anonymous (05/31/2019)

Dave's Picks 17

Disc 1

Bertha 6:33
Mexicali Blues 4:06
Deal 4:55
Beat It On Down the Line 3:45
Row Jimmy 8:20
Me and Bobby McGee 6:28
Scarlet Begonias 8:52
El Paso 4:39
Tennessee Jed 7:54

Disc 2

Playing in the Band 29:14
Seastones 15:13
Brown-Eyed Women 5:11
Me and My Uncle 3:11
It Must Have Been the Roses 5:54
Jack Straw 5:28

Disc 3

He's Gone 14:55
U.S. Blues 5:55
Weather Report Suite 18:48
Jam 9:35
Eyes of the World 16:32
China Doll 6:33
One More Saturday Night 5:21

-Bookkeeper (07/21/2019)

Great show. Spacy playin. Amazing sea stones. ‘74 WRS>Spanish Jam>eyes>China doll? Okay!
-Anonymous (09/18/2020)

Forgot to add, going to Fresno blows so you might as well get your moneys worth. As Chong once said to Cheech “No one wants to go Fresno but some times you have to”.
-Anonymous (09/18/2020)

Ten years the waves roll the ships home from the sea........
-Anonymous (09/25/2020)

Killer show. Best Eyes intro ever
-80s head (03/23/2021)

Wasn't this show released as Dave's Picks 17?
- (10/14/2021)

They should release this baby
-as Dave's Picks 17 (01/18/2022)

This show just flows and has a wonderful warm feeling to it. One of my favorites for sure.
-Anonymous (05/16/2023)

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Band Configuration
(07/16/72 - 10/19/74)

Lead Guitar: Jerry Garcia
Rhythm Guitar: Bob Weir
Bass: Phil Lesh
Keyboards: Keith Godchaux
Drums: Bill Kreutzmann
Backup Vocals: Donna Godchaux

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