In Concert Cat Stevens: Moon & Star (1973)

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Aired within ABC's late night In Concert (1972) series. See more »

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Great show from Stevens with Ronstadt as a bonus!!!
21 January 2006 | by (Texas) – See all my reviews

As I recall this show was part of an "In Concert" series that was broadcast at 10:30pm CST. I was in my second year of college and was a huge fan of Cat Stevens. I still remember this performance to this day. I believe it was broadcast a second time the following spring. I only regret this was broadcast in the pre-VCR days of the early seventies and I could not record it. Linda Ronstadt's performance on the show was fantastic. I believe this was the first time I had ever seen her perform. I later saw both Stevens and Ronstadt live. If this show was going to be available on VHS or DVD it would have already been offered so I guess there is no hope in that. If a tape of the show still exists maybe VH1 or MTV will show it and perhaps others from the series at some time in the future.


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