Today, the last of Dave Mattacks’ notes that came with the cassette:
“”THAT’LL BE THE DAY”
Sandy often accompanied Trevor to Fairport gigs during this period (post Fotheringay and pre her official re-entry into the band). If she avoided falling into a deep sleep during “Sloth” – not an easy task – Trevor would sometomes ask her onstage for the encore. If we got one. Her presence announced, the place usually went wild. However, things normally managed to quiten down somewhat during the following three hours as we all stood (sat) around trying to make our minds up what to play. On this occasion, the choice of “That’ll…” came as somewhat of a shock to Jerry, as, in common with Malcom Muggeridge and Lord Denning – he didn’t know it. Fortunately, Peg’s superb Mark Murphy-inspired seat-sung intro gets us all off to a reasonable start. The shambolic backing is amply compensated for by Sandy’s vocal: her phrasing after the solo still knocks me out.”
And there the orioginal notes ended, though there were some acknowledgements, to be revealed next time.