At the peak of his musical career in the 1970s, Cat Stevens had eight consecutive gold albums, 10 hit singles in the UK and 14 in the United States. This very rare recording captures Stevens in the midst of this relentless wave of success, a time when he was hailed as the world's greatest contemporary singer-songwriter.
An intimate, live-to- air performane recorded at KCET Studios, Los Angeles, California on June 8, 1971, this incredible recording features Cat Stevens in his youthful prime in the year he released the multi-million selling Tea for the Tillerman album. This inspiring Cat Stevens performance has long been out of print, and comes to DVD in Australia for the first time. Includes the classic songs: 1) Moonshadow 2) On the Road to Find Out 3) Where Do the Children Play 4) Wild World 5) Miles From Nowhere 6) Longer Boats 7) Father & Son 8) Hard Headed Woman 9) Teaser and a film clip of Moonshadow.
Recorded Live in LA, 1971!
Tea for the Tillerman