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On the 24th April 1972, shortly after their success in the Eurovision Song Contest, the New Seekers: Peter Doyle, Eve Graham, Marty Kristian, Paul Layton and Lyn Paul appeared at the Royal Albert Hall in London. The concert was recorded for both an LP release and a TV show for the BBC. The group performed a wide selection from their diverse repertoire, including comedy sketches and as was usual at this time, provided their own musical backing, mostly from the guitars of Peter, Paul and Marty.

Act One There's a Light One What Have They Done To My Song, Ma? Marty introduces the New Seekers Georgy Girl/Ticket to Ride Never Ending Song Of Love

Act Two Fire and Rain/My Sweet Lord When I Was Small Nickel Song Peter introduces one of his own songs I Can Say You're Beautiful Paul and his Napoleon character I'd Like to Teach the World to Sing

Act Three I'm a Train Circles Blackberry Way Beautiful People Good Old Fashioned Music I'll Be Home

Act Four Tonight Angel of the Morning Get Ourselves Together/Someday When There's No Love Left Lyn Gets To Do Her Thing I 'm a Nut Beg, Steal or Borrow

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