Amid extensive touring after the release of their acclaimed 1971 album Take Heart, Mimi Fariña and Tom Jans built upon the recording that would ultimately help to establish their legacy with a larger audience. This recording captures a 1972 appearance opening for Dave van Ronk at the Case Western Reserve University campus in Cleveland, Ohio, recorded by WNCR-FM. Their set includes a stark version of "In the Quiet Morning (for Janis Joplin)," a hugely popular number from their album, and Jans's "Loving Arms" -- two songs that firmly established the pair as worthy composers. The duo also perform Merle Haggard's "Mama Tried," an adaptation familiar to their followers, and their two singles, "Good God, I'm Feeling Fine" and "Madman." Klondike's digitally remastered edition of the entire WNCR-FM broadcast displays the bare talents of Fariña and Jans, in a glorious tribute to the often-overlooked work of two seminal figures in the American folk scene of the '70s. Includes background liner notes.