YouTuber commenter AndyInOregon recalls the setlist being the same as the April 30th show of the same year with the exception of "Any Major Dude Will Tell You" taking the place of "Brooklyn".
"Dirty Work" moved to slot 9 before jam
Some recall the show being held at the University in Toledo as opposed to the University of Cincinnati. While not known for sure, it is possible this was the very last show of 1974 where "Any Major Dude Will Tell You" was performed. After this, it would be replaced with "Brooklyn". The former would not be performed again until 1996.
According to the same YouTube commenter who recalled the setlist, the French band Les Variations opened for Steely Dan on this date. Interestingly enough, an unidentified hard rock song known as "The Cat's Meow" which inexplicably ended up on a Gaucho sessions work tape is suspected to be the work of Marc Tobaly, a member of Les Variations. It is unknown if this correlates to its place on the tape or simply pure coincidence. Marc Tobaly has not responded to messages inquiring if "The Cat's Meow" is his work, so the true artist behind the track remains a mystery.
It is unknown if a recording of this show exists.