A Radio 2 concert exclusive by Yusuf Islam, who until 1978 was popularly known as folk-pop singer/ songwriter Cat Stevens , whose repertoire includes the stirring UK number two Matthew and Son (1%7), Father and Son, the early 70s US and/or UK hits Wild World, Moon Shadow , Peace Train and Morning Has Broken, and music for
Hal Ashby 's 1971 film Harold and Maude. Recorded on 3 June at the BBC
Radio Theatre in London's
Broadcasting House, Yusuf peforms his known works plus songs from his recent album Roadsinger (To Warm You through the Night). Producer Sarah Gaston
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