IN CONCERT - DAVID CROSBY, GRAHAM NASH, BILL WITHERS, CHUCK BERRY, JUDY COLLINS, RICHIE HAVENS, THE PENTANGLE
1. David Crosby and Graham Nash - 1970 footage of the duo performing soon after the initial demise of the supergroup Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young. Featuring beautiful harmonies, they perform CSN&Y songs such as Marrakesh Express and Guinnevere in addition to songs like Simple Man, Song With No Words, The Lee Shore and Traction In The Rain.
2. Legendary soul singer-songwriter Bill Withers, at the height of his powers in a live concert for the BBC from 1973, performing hits such as Lean on Me, Ain't No Sunshine, Use Me and Grandma's Hands plus Lonely Town/Lonely Street, Let me In Your Life and Harlem.
3. A chance to see a great performance from Rock 'n' Roll icon Chuck Berry. The concert was initially aired in 1972 and includes legendary hits like Roll Over Beethoven, Sweet Little Sixteen, Memphis Tennessee, Carol, Let It Rock and Johnny B. Goode performed with backing band, Rocking Horse.
4. Folk singer Judy Collins performs to a BBC studio audience in 1973. Songs performed are Joni Mitchell compositions Chelsea Morning and Both Sides Now, Tom Paxton's The Hostage, Leonard Cohen's Suzzanne, Sandy Denny's Who Knows Where The Time Goes, and the self-penned, semi-autobiographical My Father.
5. Iconic American folk singer and guitarist Richie Havens recorded in concert at BBC Studios in 1974. Songs include Minstrel From Gaul, Van Morrison's Tupelo Honey, Dylan's Just Like A Woman, High Flyin' Bird, Handsome Johnny, Zodiac, Freedom/Motherless Child and Beatle George Harrison's Here Comes the Sun.
6. The Pentangle are a British folk rock band with some folk jazz influences. The original line-up, which was unchanged throughout the band's first incarnation (1967–1973), was: Jacqui McShee, vocals; John Renbourn, guitar; Bert Jansch, guitar; Danny Thompson, double bass; and Terry Cox, drums. Shown here in a BBC concert aired in 1971, they perform originals Train Song, Hunting Song, Light Flight, Blues In Time, House Carpenter and I've Got A Feeling.