- A selection of some solo performances from past In Concert series.
- Peel mentions his friend Pete Roche brought him a tape four years ago by Bridget St. John.
- Peel mentions that Loudon Wainwright III's Be Careful There's A Baby In The House was one of his favorite songs of 1971.
- Peel mentioned fancying being a singer at one point and recording himself on a tape recorder singing amongst others 'The Wanderer' and 'Ruby Baby' by Dion.
- Peel mentions next week's In Concert programme will feature Matt The Hoople and John Martyn, which will be introduced by Andy Dunkley.
- The brackets below consists of dates when the live tracks were broadcast.
- (JP: 'Welcome to the first of the Saturday night concert programmes, which curiously enough is the last of which I will personally be involved. I'm John Peel and we have on this programme a selection of some of the best music from some of the best concert programmes in the past 18 months of so and we start straight off with Livingston Taylor')
- Livingston Taylor: Sit On Back (10 January 1971)
- Livingston Taylor: Lost In the Love Of You (10 January 1971)
- Bridget St. John: Song For The Laird Of Connaught Hall Part 2 (19 September 1971)
- Bridget St. John: Love Minus Zero (19 September 1971)
- Stefan Grossman: Mississippi Blues (28 February 1971 or 02 November 1971)
- Stefan Grossman: Tickle Dew (28 February 1971 or 02 November 1971)
- (JP: 'Stefan Grossman whose records always tended to be a disappointment but whose live performances have always been memorable, particular the ones he did for us in the Paris Studios')
- Michael Chapman: Wrecked Again (19 October 1971)
- Dion: The Wanderer (12 September 1971)
- Dion: Ruby Baby (12 September 1971)
- Ralph McTell: Truckin' Little Baby (30 November 1971)
- Loudon Wainwright III: Be Careful There's A Baby In The House (26 October 1971)
- Loudon Wainwright III: Surfing Queen (26 October 1971)
- Joni Mitchell: Hunter (27 December 1970)
- Joni Mitchell: My Old Man (27 December 1970)
- James Taylor: In My Reply (01 November 1970)
- James Taylor: Diamond Joe (01 November 1970)
- James Taylor & Joni Mitchell: You Can Close Your Eyes (27 December 1970)
- Recordings at the British Library
- Sound & Moving Image Catalogue (Find Format: C1509/6)
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