Hello Harper fans, Just introducing myself, as I'm new to Stormcock. An intro: I've been enjoying Roy's music since I (entirely by accident!) taped his Glastonbury 1982 performance late one night on ITV. What great serendipity I've always felt it was - to have discovered this performance and this artist in this way. Ha ha. Funny world. Makes me wonder what/who I've missed though ... An offer: As part of my subsequent backfilling of Roy's catalogue I recently bought from Science Friction all six volumes of the re-issued BBC Archives CDs and now have a spare copy of Volume 1 (original release) to offer up free to the list. First come, first served. mail me offlist with your postal address and I'll get in touch with just the recipient and dispatch it to her/him. No trade, no blanks, just a freebie to clear some duplicated space. Some "newbie questions": Getting back that 1982 Glasto perfomance brings me to some of my queries; I recall reading some disparaging remark from Roy concerning the quality of this broadcast (can't remember whether he disliked the performance or rather the quality of the audio mix/production), but I've always loved it! I still have the VHS of it and pray that the tape does not give up on me. In more recent times I have aquired the hardware and software resources to transfer this to a digital archival format of one shape or another but have simply never got around to it ... time, time .... Has this ever been done for the purposes of fan "viewing/sharing" does anyone know? Similary I'd be interested to know if the "Live In Your Living Room" or "Once Live" vids have ever been preserved digitally for the free sharing & viewing pleasure of fans. Hope this isn't a no-no to mention on the forum. HUGE apologies if so .... I love the eccentric performance of Casualty on that Glasto 82 show and was surprised when I subsequently aquired a copy of Loony on the Bus to hear only two verses on the studio version. I presume that the " ... world recession's up my ar#e .." was an extra live-only verse? Really Roy, really ... The Harper HQ site tells me that this particular live version got released on a 7 inch b-side, but I've never heard it. Did the extra verse make this release?? And I've always wondered what it was that Roy was responding to just prior to the start of "Poor Man"? ".... oh, hardly ..", he says. At least I'm sure that's what it sounds like. But what was it that preceded/prompted this remark? Anyone out there know?? I would love to hear/read any comments or observations from any fellow-fans of this particular performance and broadcast, as it's one that I've enjoyed time and again over the years. All the best for now, Carl S.