German broadcast of SWF3 Festival from Ludwigshafen.
Band gig with Alan Thomson and Jeff Allen, at the Friedrich Ebert Halle.
Three songs from Well Kept Secret finalised a long standing collaboration.
B.A. Robertson examines the Scottish contribution to rock & roll in this one hour documentary. John jokes for a minute after playing Couldn't Love You More (1:10) in recording studio The Town House (Goldhawk Road).
Live performance at Stirling University; electric band with audience.
"Rock Goes To College featuring the best of contemporary British and American rock bands. Each week's recording takes place on a college campus. This week: John Martyn from Chelsea College, introduced by Pete Drummond."
"The concert took place in the Pathfoot Auditorium at Stirling University, a lovely, intimate setting for what was a brilliant concert" (Andrea Moseley).
Alan Thomson's suit deserves acclaim.
John features on an episode of the live music TV show 'Chorus', produced and presented by Antoine de Caunes.
Episode #30, season 2 episode 6.
Programme looking at the eclectic music style of composer Neil Ardley. Features a group of musicians including John Martyn, Ian Carr, Tony Coe and Barbara Thompson playing music from Ardley's latest album `The Harmony of the Spheres'.
Solo acoustic performance at Reading University audience.
Certain Surprise lasts 3:27 and is included in BBC In Vision 1973-1981.
Solo concert at the Audimax, Hamburg, broadcasted by German television in Rockpalast series (WDR).