CAT STEVENS KCET Studio: August 6, 1971

KCET Studio: August 6, 1971
Cat’s Intimate Pre-Muslim Glory

Short but sweet 30 minute live set capturing Cat Stevens (and band) at KCET Studios in Los Angeles, promoting Tea For The Tillerman. Cat also previews “Moonshadow” from the upcoming Teaser And The Firecat. Great sound.



Moonshadow (2:46
)
On The Road To Find Out (5:13)
Where Do the Children Play (3:38)
Wild World (3:44)
Miles From Nowhere (4:09)
Longer Boats (3:47)
Father And Son (3:43)
Hard Headed Woman (2:46)

 

7 Comments

  • 1
    Nazz Nomad
    June 8, 2009 - 16:17 | Permalink

    way cool! thanx!

  • 2
    Capt. Willard
    November 8, 2009 - 17:05 | Permalink

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  • 3
    Anonymous
    November 24, 2009 - 16:47 | Permalink

    …please where can I buy a unicorn?

  • 4
    Hazy Dave
    October 15, 2011 - 21:29 | Permalink

    Just watched this on DVD this morning! The estimable Alun Davies on second guitar & voice, with Larry Steele on Bass & Congas. Very pleasant, indeed

    • 5
      Willard
      October 15, 2011 - 23:18 | Permalink

      Thanks for the line up. Is that a commercially available DVD?

  • 6
    October 16, 2011 - 14:42 | Permalink

    Looks like it. My friend Paul-Z laid it on me last week, so he may have bought it somewhere in L.A., or got it as a premium for supporting public television. It’s titled “A Classic Concert CAT STEVENS Tea For the Tillerman Live”. A Wienerworld Presentation, Region 0 NTSC, a 2008 release. The video is far from high definition, but doesn’t have any static or smearing, anyway. Stevens plays the piano where it appears. Oh, it also includes the animated short film “Teaser And The Firecat”, a visually pleasing if somewhat amateurish bit of whimsical storybook psychedelia somewhere in the same zip code as “The Point” and “Yellow Submarine”.

    • 7
      Willard
      October 16, 2011 - 14:59 | Permalink

      Cool, thanks. Didn’t know that. Found it at Amazon.

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