1 - Capital Radio
|1||Interview and Post World War Two Blues||6'53|
|4||Soho (Needless To Say)||3'33|
|8||Roads to Moscow||10'33|
|10||Last Day of June 1934||5'39|
This 59 minute recording of "In Person Midnight Special"
features a rather tetchy interview, conducted by Sarah Ward, a presenter on Capital
Radio. Recorded in 1974, with just five tracks off the topical album. Just Al
Stewart and an acoustic guitar.
Volume 2 - The BBC
Soho (Needless to Say)
|4||Roads to Moscow||9'14|
"In Concert" was a BBC programme, simultaneously broadcast
on BBC-2 television and Radio 1, allowing a stereo television show. Some were
one hour specials, but most featured two bands/artists.
This 'second half'
featured Al Stewart and his "Friends from Home", who included Laurie
Wisefield on lead guitar, Cliff Williams on bass, Mick Cook on drums and Francis
Monkman on keyboards.
Supporting vocals were provided by Juanita Franklin,
Sally-Ann Downs and Andy Fuller. The programme was produced by Geoff Griffin,
sound balance by Chris Lycett.