There were two performances at the THIRD EYE in SAUCHIHALL STREET GLASGOW

A friend had introduced me to Tom McGrath* who said he had been impressed on hearing me sing some of JOAN URE'S songs

At the time of the first performance the outside of the building looked as it does in the photograph below  

* The Third Eye Centre was a contemporary arts centre in Glasgow, founded by Scottish writer Tom McGrath in 1975.

The building was at 350 Sauchiehall Street, close to the Glasgow School of Art, and was purchased by the Scottish Arts Council.

The venue closed in the early 1990s to become the Centre for Contemporary Arts in 1992.

The choice of the centre's name was influenced by the teaching of Indian spiritual master Sri Chinmoy who also gave a talk there.

The second performance happened in the reconstructed centre 

I do have a recording of  most of the songs which were performed but it is not something I am eager to share