Thanks to Jinxy21's post re Wishbone Ash which prompted me to revisit Argus again while I'm gardening.
And I started to think back to the early/mid 70's stuff I listened to in those days. I was a massive fan of Alan Freeman's Radio 1 programme on a Saturday afternoon. I also recall a Radio 3 show called "Sounds Interesting" which played a lot of prog stuff.
Now here's the help I'm seeking. Around this time, I remember hearing a live gig on Radio 1 by King Crimson which I recorded on a TDK AD90 tape by microphone praying no-one would barge in the room and ruin the recording. The gig was excellent in my memory and I particularly remember the version of "Easy Money".
I'm sure this was 1974/5/6 just before I went to Uni. The tape is long since lost and I have tried to Google it to chase down a copy with no luck. I can find other live stuff from that era, just not the one I want. I have a feeling this was a special gig arranged by the BBC and Radio 1.
Does this ring any bells with anyone, and more importantly anyone know if it's out there in cyberspace?
Signing off now as "The King will Come" has just started!
"M'sieur, you said your dog did not bite!"
"That's not my dog"
Question for the musos on 11:45 - May 22 with 326 views
Wishbone Ash show at Pontardawe Arts Centre 4 years ago , without hearing their music since Argus /Pilgrimage in the seventies Jail Bait really rekindled it all again . As an aside , and a link to King Crimson , would mention John Wetton who recently passed away alas , I followed his music through to him being in to Asia , the band + Roxy Music for just one album he was involved in . Ultimate Prog Rock in my opinion ELP , Carl Palmer still has it playing live .