"Jam (Your Gold Teeth II)" added to setlist, preceding "Reelin' In The Years".
"My Old School" and "Barrytown" dropped from setlist.
"Rikki Don't Lose That Number" moved in front of "King of The World".
"Any Major Dude Will Tell You" played one slot earlier.
This show was the very first of Steely Dan's to be put on a bootleg (Rotoscope Down in 1974). This show was also broadcast on the KMET "Mighty Met" radio station in Los Angeles. More notably, the jam which would evolve into the intro to "Your Gold Teeth II" was played for the very first time at this show. This version of the jam would end up being the longest the band has ever performed, totaling in at around 5 and a half minutes as opposed to the usual sub 2 minute performances from later dates.
One of Steely Dan's most common shows, both on the internet and in the world of bootlegs. Some versions of this recording omit a test tone and band chatter before "Bodhisattva". This show first circulated on the vinyl bootleg Rotoscope Down in 1974, a bootleg of which had a plethora of mislabelings and terrible sound quality. Since then, it has been bootlegged many other times and in considerably better quality. Many uploads of this show are sourced from the original reel-to-reel tape the show was recorded onto for radio broadcast.
Notes: Rotoscope Down was also reissued in 1978 under the usual Kornyfone label. The Spindizzie reissue has fake labels using pseudo-artist Bruce Dillon to cover up the fact the album is a bootleg. A rare misprint of Rotoscope Down has Sex Pistols labels instead of the usual blank yellow labels. Rotoscope Down has "Bodhisattva" misplaced at the end of side 2 and has "This All Too Mobile Home" mislabeled as "Mobile Heart". Naked Lunch Board contains an incomplete copy as well as the most complete recording of the March 9th, 1974 show. Southland also contains the March 10th, 1974 show. Greatest Hits on Air also contains the March 10th, 1974 show and the September 1st, 1993 show. Transmission Impossible also contains the April 30th, 1974 show and the September 1st, 1993 show. A Tribute To Walter Becker also contains an incomplete copy of the July 21st, 1996 show, 11 Tracks of Whack demos, various television appearances, and an interview. A Cautionary Tale For The Youth Of America also contains the March 10th, 1974 show, the April 30th, 1974 show, the September 1st, 1993 show, the Alive in America promotional radio show, and various television appearances. Live in Tennessee / California also contains the April 30th, 1974 show. Decades Apart also contains the March 10th, 1974 show, the April 30th, 1974 show, and the September 1st, 1993 show.