John is filmed and interviewed during the recording of Sapphire, at Compass Point studios, Nassau, Bahamas
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.