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_ CAT STEVENS: - a i ite ' Ff r cre ee ae eee tei) ge cams ele ie 0 eo) Mt ve 1 0 oe Bout ; } , a eee f he ee, CAT STEVENS Contents Page Biography FILL MY EYES ZPORSTAB ics. 5 8 “MONA BONE JAKON . I THINK I SEE THE LIGHT . TIME .. TROUBLE IWISH, I WISI “MAYBE YOU'RE RIGHT. BUT I MIGHT DIE TONIGHT KATMANDU ......+ LADY D'ARBANVILLE . INTO WHITE WHERE DO THE CHILDREN PLAY? . MILES FROM NOWHERE .. TEA FOR THE TILLERMAN . HARD HEADED WOMAN . SAD LISA .... —“FATHER AND SON . LILYWHITE .. WILD WORLD .. ON THE ROAD TO FIND OUT LONGER BOATS ..... Page ne) PLUS FULL PAGE PHOTOGRAPHS This Album © Copyright 1971 by FRESHWATER MUSIC LIMITED, 155/157 Oxford Street, London, W.1. sole selling agents: ‘MUSIC SALES LIMITED, 78 Newman Street, London, W1E 4JZ. A SONGWRITER OF THE CITY CAT STEVENS is very rare amongst the British Writer syndrome in that a vast percentage of his work stems from his environment. He is a self-con- fessed environmental writer, the mainstay of his work being a total product of ‘one fact - that for more than 20 years Stevens was born, lived and brought up in the heart of London, It is worth noting exactly what sort of effect being a child in a concrete and diesel-fumed society has - the small things that many children come to expect as being an ordinary part of their lives evaded Stevens and others like him. His playground was the one he had to make in his own imagination amongst the dark doorways andtheneon lights. Being a child in London means you don't know what real darkness is like unless you shut your eyes tight, you never steal apples and you've never smelt a cornfield on a hazy summer day. His childhood problems, that had ingrained themselves in Stevens' attitude and consequently his songs came most strongly to the fore on another track from thatalbum "Where Do The Children Play". A cry of protest not just from someone who was worried about environmental pressures but from someone who knew what that kind of life could do, “Well I think it's fine building Jumbo planes, or taking a ride on a cosmic train, switch on summer from a slot machine .... Well you've cracked the sky scrapers fill the air but will you keep on building higher till there's no room up there .... I know we've come a long way we're changing day by day but tell me where do the children play?" Stevens is, naturally also a very personalised writer; he uses repetition a great deal to bring home the futile slog of most people's existence in a city but ‘whenhe's not hung up about the environment he appears to hold a very pessimistic attitude both to human nature and particularly to his love affairs. "Lady D'Arbanville" the first track on a highly autobiographical "Mona Bone Jakon" album, showed his suffering and defeat in the face of the death of an affair in typical Stevens style he almost reversed this - finding some comfort in re- flecting this end against D'Arbanville's death as Hamlet might have of Ophelia. Despite an output of really fine material in the past two years I suspect Stevens' most intriguing and reflective song about his upbringing has been "Into White", His dream of icy calm ~a vision that contrasts sharply with the place that formed initially, his character and outlook. A chance for peace. Clean, sharp and bright his senses alert and not deadened by the noise of trucks and cars trundlingpast his parents’ restaurant, Everyone has their own dream - Stevens is a place of delicacy and soft brilliance: "I build my house from barley rice, green paper walls and water ice, tables of paper wood, windows of light and every- thing emptying Into White". PENNY VALENTINE Excerpts from 'Sounds' 20th March, 1971. Fill My Eyes Words and Music by CAT STEVENS 2 And in the © morn-ing when you filled my eyes — And so my mind be- pins to) mem - or ~ tee ¢ = — repent ee err Tt a SSS SSS br r T knew that day I could-n'tt —do— ‘Costime will nev -er seem the same + Em? AT Fat wrong I could-n't do. more,——— nev-er a~ gain. fo pre Bm c at D ‘© Copyright 1970 by FRESHWATER MUSIC LTD., 155/157 Oxford Street, London, W.1. for the World. coast-er, but my wheels won't go, — AT D F#7) Bm Bm7 G weak, my heelsarelow, I'm just but my wheels won't roll. AT D Fe Bm Bm7 G Fill My Eyes-3 To Coda head— way on this road. There's an emp-ty space in - side Em7 Awaste land deep be-neath the snow Fill My eyes-3 — noth-ing ‘Il grow. D.%.al Coda @ copa” g Fill My Eyes-4 Pop Star Words and Music by CAT STEVENS Fairly bright tempo Yes, I'm going to be—a Pop ————— Yes, I'm go - ing on the T, Vv, — ‘Yes, ('m eee going to bea Pop Star ________ now Yes,I'm 9 aig Ott V. — Yes, I'm ©Copyright 1970 by FRESHWATER MUSIC LTD., 155/157 Oxford Street, London, W.1. for the World, mama ma- ma see— me, Ma-ma,ma- ma see me, ['m @ Pop Star. ma—ma © ma- ma_see—-me, Ma-ma,ma- ma seeme on the T. V. @) Yes, I'm @) Yes, I'm ET eas % Now lis-ten to me, Danada da—nada na——na da da—na va da na va da—na A E D Pop Star=2 dana vadana dana da. Dana da da—nada nana da dana da dana va dadanada da dana dada na dana da na, Well,I'm go - ing tothe cold bank, Pop Star-3 " — Yes,I'm go- ing to—the cold bank ‘Yes, I'm go - ing to— the cold bank. Ma-ma, ma-ma see me at the D.%.al Coda Em ET Pop Star-4 com ~ ing, com—ing, com-ing home ‘Yes, I'm com ~ ing, com— ing, com - ing Yes, I'm com ~ ing, com—ing, com -ing home Pop Star-5 ma - ma see me, Ma-ma,ma-ma see me I'm 3. Yes, I'm going on my first gig, Yes, I'm going on my first gig, Oh mama, mama see me, ‘Mama, mama see me on my first gig, Now listen to me. (from § ) Pop Star-6 Mona Bone Jakon Words and Music by CAT STEVENS it won't be ia me they're all true— c D CoA © Copyright 1970 by FRESHWATER MUSIC LTD., 155/157 Oxford Street, London, W.1. for the World, 6 I Think I See The Light Words and Music by CAT STEVENS (Play 4 times) Tused to trust no-bo- ay Tused to walk a -lone— = ct E re Ae oe E tose, trust- ing ev-en less their words ey - '1y _stepseemedthe same ¥ Fe A E ce E Ft A E BaF ae Un-til I found some-body there was no one I pre- at ‘This Worldwas not myhome—_so_thgre was noth-ing much to gain ct o Fe A E ce E se ‘My heart was made of stone,__— my eyes saw on - ly misf- Look up and see the ,clouds, look down and see the cold. = rt we ce E Fe A E ©Copyright 1970 by FRESHWATER MUSIC LTD., 158/157 Oxford Street, London, W.1. for the World v7 Un-til you came in- to my life girl I saw ev—‘ry-one that way there was noth- ing, noth-ing more Un-til [found the one I need-edat my side T would have been 2 ct Fe E A Ctm De jad man all my life. Gém A Eb Db Gb I Think I See The Light-2 18 T see the light giv-ing mea sec - ond B ce Db Gb Db Gb ct E B Fe I Think I See The Light-3 9 B I Think I See The Light-4 re ch Time Words and Music by ener Fairly bright Fm1(ped Bb) Gm7 Fm{(ped Bb) ©Copyright 1970 by FRESHWATER MUSIC LTD., 155/157 Oxford Street, London, W.1. for the World, a — you no ~ where, back Ab Bb Gm cm Gm Ab Bbe? Time-2 Trouble Words and Music by CAT STEVENS oh troub-le set me free oh troyb-le move a - way. seen your face and it’s too much, toomuch for me. seenyour face andit's toomuch for me _to - day oh troub-le can't you see. oh ——_troub-le can't you see. F c © Copyright 1970 by FRESHWATER MUSIC LTD., 155/157 Oxford Street, London, W.1. for the World. To Coda © you'reeat -ing my heart a-way—an Te'snoth-ingmuchleft of me. = you have mademe awreck,- now won'tyouleave me inmy mis-er-y ?. Gm Bb Gm Bb wine, Yyouhavemade your world _ mine. sowon'tyou be fair, eyes, and 1 can see death's _— dis - guise = hang-ing on me, So won'tyou be fair - Hang-ing on me. ‘Trouble dom twantno So won'tyou be kind bes Shat-teredand tossed ——— just let me go where Thave to go there. —— _tooshock-ingto see tooshock-ingto si 3. Trouble - oh trouble move from me - Ihave paid my debt, now won't you leave me in my misery? ‘Trouble ~ oh trouble please be kind - I don't want no fight and I haven't got a lot of time. Trouble - 3 I Wish, I Wish Words and Music by CAT STEVENS knew. — couldtell What makes me me, what makes you What makes a —heav-en, what makes a F f ifs just an - oth- And do 1 get G or en c © Copyright 1970 by FRESHWATER MUSIC LTD., 155/157 Oxford Street, London, W.1. for the World. A state of mind I'm go - ing —_ through Or land uw in some dus ~ ty cell So what 1 nev-er —_—_true- While oth -ers big hot - el _— D G F IWish,I Wish ~ 2 a I Wish, I Wish - 3 oe Iwish I had, I wish I had - ‘The secret of good, the secret of bad Why does this question drive me mad? - Ah ~ 'Cos I was taught when but a lad - yes~ ‘That bad was good and good was bad. - Ah ~ Twish I knew the mystery of - ‘That thing called hate and that thing called love - What makes the in-between s0 rough. why! Why is it always push and shove ~ Ah - T guess I just don't know enough. yes - 28 Maybe You're Right Words and Music by CAT STEVENS Nowmarbe yore isht —) and maybe youre wrong — So maybeyoure right ——; but I ain't gon-na_ argue with you more, I've done it far— too long— c G F c © Copyright 1970 by FRESHWATER MUSIC LTD., 155/157 Oxford Street, London, W.1. for the World, Em ‘Maybe You're Right-2 2 It was get-ting so good, why then, = ¥ F can't-think a-bout it no more, tell me if— you know.— ‘Youwere lovingme, — ‘was lov-ing but now— there ain't noth-ing but re-gret-ting, 30 Noth-ing but re-gret-ting ev'-ry-thing we T put upwithyourlie~ you put up with mine, c D Em c ‘Maybe You're Right-3 aa = should have stopped some-where,.__ We couldhave tak-en the time. —__ ‘The time has turned, somecallit the end, — * G c D Em ned Fa Sotell me, tell me didyoureal-ly love me . ta You know_ you don't have to pre-tend, It's all ov-er now,. SS o G ¢ G Maybe You're Right-4 It’__Ilnev-er hap-pen again, No, no, no. Tt'-Il nev - er hap-pen a - gain, _ It won't hap-pen a-gain. Nev-er, __nev-er,-nev-er, _It!___II nev-er hap-pen a-gain, — No, no, no,— no, mo, no, no,— no, D.$.al Coda c ¥ c G Maybe You're Right-5 But I Might Die Tonight Words and Music by CAT STEVENS a T don't want to work a - way, do -in' just what they all say: "Work hard boy, you'll find ‘one day you'll have a job like mine." ‘Cause I know no- body should be that poor. A G A G © Copyright 1970 by FRESHWATER MUSIC LTD., 155/157 Oxford Street, London, W.1. for the World. To say yes or sink low, be-causeyouhappen to say so, say 80, you say £0. don't want towork a - way, do-in! just what they all say: “Work hard boy, you'll find ‘one day_you'll havea job likemine, job like mine. a job like mine. Be wise, look a-head Use your eyes" he said, 4 But I Might Die Tonight-2 D A c A G "Be straight, — think right", But I might die to - night. But I Might Die Tonight-3 Katmandu Words and Music by CAT STEVENS ——_— I sit be - side the dark ___be~ neath Chop me some brok- en wood we'll _ start Pasame my —hat__and coat lock uy grey dus-ty day ‘The morn-ing lake warm light the dawn, andhelp- me see night, treat me right’——__un- til gO. ————— Eb Bb F Ab Dm7 © Copyright 1970 by FRESHWATER MUSIC LTD., 155/157 Oxford Street, London, W.1. for the World. noe see- ing yXt——* and your TM soon be foes tne You see - ing You. ae iets. e aie ut tag a ee oun —" wi Ab Gm7 cm Fm7 Bb Eb Ebmaj7 Gm7 F 9 F Eb F Eb Eb F Kathmandu-2 Lady D’Arbanville SF os D Words and Music by CAT STEVENS a I'll wake you to - Yourlips feel_—like ‘And youwill be—— my fill Yes, youwill be —— my ‘Your skinhas turned to white ‘Your skinhas turned — to Bm © Copyright 1970 by FRESHWATER MUSIC LTD., 155/157 Oxford Street, London, W.1, for the World. A tempo % x } My La- dy. D'Ar-ban - ville My Li D'Ar-ban - ville pair pan = ville re Em Em D rieve— me tybur heart seems — so Sleep — ‘so = Till wake you to- grieve me Butyour heart seems— so Why do you breathe— so low, And you will be. my fill, Why do you _breathe— so low, do you breathe so low? a - dy——— D‘Ar- ban - ville fou will be. my fill i la a. les IR. jo you breathe — so low? I loved you. my la - dy tle F Lady D'Arbanville - 2 ‘Why do you sleep 50 Til wakeyou——— to- La la la la—— la Ia la la la ‘Though in your grave— you TM al - ways ——be 1d you will be—— my fill La Ia la la Ya la This rose will erie, rf @ D To Coda Ola (Freely) 2 Zs D.%.al Coda you will be my fill My La - dy—_D'Ar- la. My La - dy——— D'Ar la la la la rosewillney — er AY a Lady D'Arbanville - 3 Into White Words and Music by ‘CAT STEVENS r t z aa) house from bar - gar-den with ac - res green pep - per walls and —_ brown haired dog mouse if Tab-les Of —pap-er wood, J win - dows Yel-low De - lan - ie would sleep well (Se A D E G6(sus 9) © Copyright 1970 by FRESHWATER MUSIC LTD., 155/157 Oxford Street, London, W.1. fr the Wold and ev - 'ry- thing — emp-ty-fng fh-to white. with ev - ‘ry - thing emp-ty-ing in-to white. ete aS FH 5084) Fe D D El D 12 3 D.%al Coda ).4 @).A Into White - 2 7 A D E Gladd A) ry - thing emp-ty-ing ret lort E FH(sus4) E Fe 3, A sad blue-eyed drummer rehearses outside ~ Ablack spider dancing on top of his eye, Red legged chicken stands ready to strike And ev'ryihing emptying into white, And ev'rything emptying into white. Into White - 3 Where Do The Children Play? Words and Music by ‘CAT STEVENS x think it's fine build-ing Jum - bo ‘planes tak-ing a ride————____ on a cos~-mic train Leptin D G D G © Copyright 1970 by FRESHWATER MUSIC LTD., 155/157 Oxford Street, London, W.1. for the World, 49 ‘Switch on froma slot mach-ine,. I know we'vecomea long way. we're chang-ingday_— to day, . ee Em9 Als Em9 Ala But tell me_where d' th’ chil - Teo ee Em9 Als AT D G Where Do the Children Play - 2 ov-er fresh green grass, For your pump-ingpet-rol gas, LFLG D G D G Where Do The Children Play - 3 and you make them tough, just go onand on__andit seemsthatyou _can't get off. T know— we'vecome a long way we'rechang-ingday___to day, ea as ii Emo Als. Em9 Als. But tell me_where d! th’ chil - dren play. Em9 AIS AT D G Where Do The Children Play - 4 Wellyou've cracked the sky —___ ‘scap-ers fill the air : ies keep on build-ing high - er till there'snomore roomup there? D G D G Where Do The Children Play - 5 will— youmakeus a0 tell us where —to live —— will you tell uswhento c G C(sus 9) G 1 know we'vecomea long way we'rechang ~ ing day. Em? ar Em? at Buttell me,—whered! th’ chil - dren play. EmT AT D G Where Do The Children Play - 6 Miles From Nowhere Words and Music by CAT STEVENS SS guess I'll take my Aa ti SS fe : = + Sa eee ae D Miles from no-where Pi H+ to reachthere. Lookup at the moun-tain T have to climb Oh yeah —_ to reach there — - Lord, my 6o—— dy has beena G D G © Copyright 1970 by FRESHWATER MUSIC LTD., 155/157 Oxford Street, London, W.1. for the World. when Treach the end, _______ Milesfrom no-where guess I'll take—my to reach_the end. Tcreep thru’ theval-leys and I gropethrw the woods ‘auseTknowwhen Ifind it my hon-ey-its gonna makemefeel good — yes, _Iloveev=ry € -thing— sodont itmakeyouleelsad —_ ‘cause [drink to you my ba-by I'll think to Tl think— to that,— Miles from nowhere not a soul _in Miles from nowhere — guessI'll takemy iE ie but it's all Miles From Nowhere-3 87 Le Z free-dom, Tcanmake my own rules Oh yeah, the one's that I ? Lord, my bo——— dy—__ has beena good friend—__but_ I_won't- when I reach r Ilove ev=ty D.$.al Coda To reach there. ic A G Miles From Nowhere~4 2G Tea for the Tillerman Words and Music by CAT STEVENS for the til! - ler - man, ________ steak € Bb ©Copyright 1970 by FRESHWATER MUSIC LTD., 155/157 Oxford Street, London, W.1, for the World. 59 hearts a ~ way—'causewhile the sin-ners Lord— how they play _and play. for that Am G c D CoG ‘Tea For The Tillerman ~ 2 Hard Headed Woman Words and Music by CAT STEVENS —_ S54 SS = | = SS SSS == Onewho'lltakemefor— my - self, And if I find myhard headed Iwon't need-no-body else, No, mo, no, rf Am Bb c F ©Copyright 1970 by FRESHWATER MUSIC LTD., 155/157 Oxford Street, London, W.1. for the World. a Im looleing for a hard headed wom-an, Onewhowill makemedo — my oi And if I find my hardheaded wom —. —~ ‘know the rest of my lifewill be blessed, Yes,yes, yes. _I'veknown a lot of fan - cy ) Peo-plewho can glideyou—ona floor, Hard Headed Woman-2 @ they move so smooth but have no answ. when you ask —— what d'you comehere for why? ma-ny fine, feath-ered friends maspy sure fir ways friend —li-ness de-pends ‘out the one who ‘pays — and how you do.— ig D F E A Hard Headed Woman-3 AT T'm look ~ ing for a hard head-ed One who will make— me feel 0 And if I find my hard head- ed I know my lifewill be as. it Gm c Hard Headed Woman-4 ‘wom — should, Yes, Am T'm look-ingfor a hard head-ed One who will make me do —— And if I find my hard headed wom— an, Hard Headed Woman-5 Words and Music by CAT STEVENS ee Be a a She hangs her head——and cries in| my shirt, eyes like windows trick —— lin’ rain, 7 Tell me ‘Tho! my oS = D Em D G D Em A ©Copyright 1970 by FRESHWATER MUSIC LTD., 155/157 Osford Street, Londos, W.1. for the World ‘Op-en your door,— don't hide in the dark, walks a- lone——from wall to._walll. f lost in the dark, you can trust lost in a hall, she can't hear Sad Lisa-2 Sad Lisa-3 87 . She sits ina corner by the door, ‘There must be more I can tell her, If she really wants me to help her, I'll do what I can to show her the way, And maybe I will free her, ‘Tho! I know no one can see her, Lisa, Lisa, sad Lisa, Lisa, Father And Son Words and Music by CAT STEVENS (Slowly) (Father) It's not time i. + it eas -y, you're still young, that's your fault, c Am? G Em much you have—to know, Find a girl, Am D G D © Copyright 1970 by FRESHWATER MUSIC LTD., 155/157 Oxford Street, London, W.1, for the World. ty, look once like you are know that it's not eas - y when you've found some+hing going 7 c Am? G Em = - = But take your time, think a lot,. ‘Think of ev- Father and Son-2 70 = a +. - . : _try-thing_you've got for youwill still be here to- mor - row but your dreams may (Son) How can I try to ex-plain? When I do he tums a-way____ a - gain, It's al - ways——beenthe same, same old From the mo-ment—Tcould talk Iwas or-dered to listen, nowtheres a Father and Son-3: (Father) 2. (Son) Father and Son-4 n To Coda @ 2) Wanot . co Cut from # to # oO al Coda It's not time to make a change, Just sit down, take it slowly, ‘You're still young, that's your fault, ‘There's so much you have to go through. Find a girl, settle down, if you want you can marry, Look at me, T am old, but I'm happy. All the times that I've cried, keeping all the things I knew inside, It's hard, but it's harder to ignore it. If they were right I'd agree, bat it's them, ‘They know not me, now there's a way and I know that I have to go away, I know I have to go. Lilywhite Words and Music by CAT STEVENS ic F6(add9) c F6( add 9) e up - on themend-ed road —_____ I pause, my hand andtouch the wheel of change, - POOREEP tak - ing time to check the dial; tak - ing time to check the dial; fp + And the Li- ly - white, Inev-er knew her And the Li- ly ~ white, Inev-er knew her i in re 2 E G F Dt © Copyright 1970 by FRESHWATER MUSIC LTD., 155/157 Oxford Street, London, W.1. for the World. she'll be pass-ing my — way— aoc Fradd 9) Ai2 ae But she'll be c F(add 9) F G ic F e Litywhite-2 Wild World Words and Music by CAT STEVENS Slowly 1. NowthatI've lost ev-'ry-thing to you, Yousaidyouwanttostart some-thing 2. Youknow I've seenalot ofwhattheworidcan do, And _— it's breakin my heart in Andisbreakin’myheart —— you leav - ing, ba-by,I'mgriev - in’ Be-causeInev-erwant to see you sad, girl - don't | be bad girl e Em Pez © Copyright 1970 by FRESHWATER MUSIC LTD., 155/157 Oxford Street, London, W.1. for the World. Wild World - 2 5 But ifyouwan-na leave, take good care, Hopeyouhavea lot of nice But ityouwan-na leave, take good care, Hopeyoumake alot of nice Butthen a lot of nice things tarn But just re-mem-ber there's alot of bad Em rey ba -by,ba - by,it's a wild 6 It's hardto get by. just up-on a smile; ba-by,ba - by, it's a wild i Se | Tl al-waysre-mem -ber youjustlike a child girl. D.% (REPEAT CHORUS AD LIB & FADE) Wild World - 3 ” On The Road To Find Out Words and Muste by CAT STEVENS a oe ies 1.WellT left my hap - py home to see what I couldfind 2. in the end I'll know————— but on theway—— 1 won - 3.found my - self a - lone hop-ing some-one would = left my folks and friends. withthe aim toclear___my mind’ out, thrut des -\cend- ing snow———_- andthru’ thefrost—and thun - der. Think - ing ‘bout my home ——— and the last wom-an to kiss P br G D7 G ©Copyright 1970 by FRESHWATER MUSIC LTD., 155/157 Oxford Street, London, W.1. for the World. 8 hit the row = dy road and man-y kinds 1 met there, lis-ten to the wind comehowl_—— - tell-ing me I have to hur- ry some timesyou have to moan—_forno-thing _ seems. to_suit_yer, t lis-ten tothe rob - in's song say - ing not to wor - ry. Man-y ‘stor - ies told—__me how the way to get there. } nev-er-the - less you knoW—you're locked to-wards the fut - ure. on andon— TI go G G DT G o F F On The Road To Find Out - 2 79 sec-onds tick—the time out, ‘There'ssomuch left to know. on the road to find out G G D7 G G ‘On The Road To Find Out - 3 €) copa Ad i, tenipo — Yes, the ans Pick out the Dey-il's sin— pick up the good [ees c c pr G On The Road To Find Out - 4 a ‘Then I found my head one day When I wasn't even trying, And here I have to say - ‘cause there's no use in lying. Yes, the answer les within, - so why not take a look now? Kick out the devil's sin, pick up, pick up a good book now. ‘Och - ooh. Yes, the answer lies within, - so why not take a look now? Kick out the devil's sin, pick up, pick up a good book now. ‘Och - ooh, Yes, the answer lies within, - so why not take a look now? Kick out the devil's sin, pick up, pick up a good book now. ‘Och ~ ooh, On The Road To Find Out - 5 a2 Longer Boats Words and Music ty CAT STEVENS Long - er boats_—are ‘They'recom - ing to win us, They're com - ing to Long - er boats ——are = ing to win us, oe ere c D7 c D ©Copyright 1970 by FRESHWATER MUSIC LTD., 155/157 Oxford Street, London, W.1. for the World. tak-ing the key___ from Just a And'let a Longer Boats ~ 2 the door. flow par Tdon't want, no, God Ma-ry dropped her pants how a flow wherethe par (peeve yee —————————— = ae az f D..a1 Coda copa —— | 2 eee is CAT STEVENS FOREIGNER Complete your CAT STEVENS library with these magnificent Freshwater Music albums Packed with CAT STEVENS’ great music All with striking full-colour covers and photographs ORDER FROM YOUR MUSIC DEALER Is 5121 N