The 1987 Folkfest New York radio concert FOLKFEST BENEFIT - WNEW
New York - Sept. 13, 1987
Picture below is on the following page on Wayne Francis' site
Radio Appearances
and was presumably taken around that time


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the following notes are by Wayne Francis

Recorded live at Folkworks in New York, Lightfoot headlined a benefit
that also included Tom Rush and Bonnie Koloc, among others on the
program. Lightfoot was backed by Terry Clements on acoustic guitar
and Rick Haynes on bass. Mike and Barry had the day off.
The show took place during a brief break in the yearlong
East Of Midnight tour.........
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The set went like this:-
  1. Introduction by Pete Fornatali 0:56 676,448 bytes
  2. Spanish Moss/Shadows 5:51 3,497,359 bytes
  3. The Last Time I Saw Her Face 4:05 2,953,178 bytes
  4. I'll Tag Along 3:08 2,266,051 bytes
    Next a very acoustic version which compares well with the heavier orchestrated actual album title track
  5. East Of Midnight 4:25 3,189,786 bytes
  6. A Lesson In Love 4:07 2,970,417
  7. Morning Glory 3:29 2,512,438 bytes
  8. Christian Island 1:55 1,393,666 bytes
  9. Don Quixote 3:42 2,676,696 bytes
  10. If You Could Read My Mind 5:09 3,717,728 bytes
    The "Wreck" was given the unplugged treatment with just Lightfoot on 12-string, Terry on 6-string acoustic and Rick "plugged-in" on bass. An outstanding performance!
  11. The Wreck Of The Edmund Fitzgerald 6:44 4,858,130 bytes
  12. Outro/Finale 0:20 325,632 bytes

    Total Running Time:- 43:06