|Date:||November 6, 1972|
John Deacon and roadie John Harris designed a new PA system for this gig, as it was a big one for the band, or so they had hoped. Earlier in the week, with the help of Jack Nelson at Trident a publishing deal was signed with Feldman - an advance of £2,000 for the global publishing rights for the following three years (B. Feldman would eventually be bought out by EMI Publishing).
But for the moment their good fortunes would be delayed. Despite Trident and Feldman exhausting their Rolodexes leading up to the gig, not a single A&R guy turned up. In addition to Nelson and Beck, only a few of the band's friends were on hand, including Phil Collins.