Disc 1 - Total Time: 65:12
During the first few months of 1979, following the release of Hot Dawg, the David Grisman Quintet underwent a subtle transformation - 21-year old Mike Marshall from Lakeland, Florida replaced Todd Phillips as second mandolinist, and Todd returned to his original instrument, bass. Guitar whiz Tony Rice and fiddler extraordinaire Darol Anger remained in their original roles, as did the Dawg himself.
Celebrating the release of the new album, the DGQ played for two consecutive nights (March 5th and 6th) at their "home base" - San Francisco's elite night spot, the Great American Music Hall. Two sets of incendiary playing not heard for 30 years, are included in this special collection.