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The BBC In Concert series is the largest and best collection of live recordings in the world. All these high quality recordings are exclusive to the BBC and are a genuine treat for music fans. Each BBC In Concert is just under one hour in duration.

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S255E01 The Hollies 17/05/1969 The Hollies - BBC Television Theatre Golders Green, London - May 1969 01. Carrie Anne 02. Just Like A Woman 03. Medley Of Hits: Just One Look Bus Stop On A Carousel Sorry Suzanne 04. Quit Your Lowdown Ways 05. I'll Be Your Baby Tonight 06. Help Me Brother 07. Stop Stop Stop 08. A Taste Of Honey 09. Stewball 10. The Mighty Quinn 11. Blowin' In The Wind
S255E02 Neil Young 26/04/1971 Neil Young gave this solo performance in February 1971 at the BBC's television studio, Shepherd's Bush in London.His songs include Dance, dance, dance; Old man; Heart of Gold; Don't let it bring you down; Lonely boy; A Man needs a Maid; Journey through the past.
S255E03 Melanie Safka 08/05/1971 Ten minutes with American singer and songwriter Melanie Safka
S255E04 Gordon Lightfoot - part 1 22/01/1972 accompanied by RED SHEA , RICHARD HAYNES sings Summer Side of Life, Saturday Clothes, That's What You Get for Loving Me, Affair on 8th Avenue, If I Could Read Your Mind, Steel Rail Blues, Ten Degrees and Getting Colder, and Early Morning Rain.
S255E05 Ralph McTell 29/01/1972 accompanied by STEVE BENNETT Ragtime guitarist turned singer-writer, McTell is best-known for The Streets of London.
S255E06 James Taylor 16/11/1970 Recorded in 1970, this solo performance from James Taylor includes songs from his albums Sweet Baby James, Mud Slide Slim, and a selection of other songs. 1. With A Little Help From My Friends; 2. Fire & Rain; 3. Rainy Day Man; 4. Steamroller Blues; 5. Greensleeves; 6. The Highway Song; 7. Carolina In My Mind; 8. Long Ago & Far Away; 9. Sweet Baby James; 10. Riding On A Railroad; 11. You Can Close Your Eyes.
S255E07 John Prine 22/02/1973
S255E08 Carole King 02/10/1971 With her album 'Tapestry' topping the US charts for several weeks and the quantity of her songs being recorded by other artists, Carole King has emerged as the most accomplished female songwriter of the decade. Accompanied by JO MAMA with guest appearance by James Taylor on guitar
S255E09 10CC 21/08/1974 10cc BBC TV ‘In Concert’ 21st August 1974 Recorded at BBC Shepherd's Bush Studios 1. Silly Love 2. Wall Street Shuffle 3. Old Wild Men 4. Fresh Air For My Mama 5. Rubber Bullets
S255E10 Cat Stevens 27/11/1971 accompanied by ALUN DAVIES (guitar) LARRY STEELE (bass)
S255E11 The Eagles 05/04/1973 The Eagles' sound is California, a sweet blend of sophisticated country music that is the 70s equivalent of the sounds put out by the Byrds and Mamas and Papas in 1965. Included tonight is the song that took them to No 1 in the USA, Take it easy.
S255E12 Jimmy Webb 11/12/1971 including his own compositions 'All my love,' ' By the time I get to Phoenix,' ' Didn'we?,' ' MacArthur Park,' and ' Wichita Lineman.'
S255E13 Gilbert O'Sullivan 18/12/1971 singing some of his own compositions, including: Mr Moody's Garden ; Susan Van Heusen ; January Git; We Will; Bye Bye.
S255E14 James Taylor and Carole King 13/11/1971 Accompanied by RUSS KUNKEL , LEE SKLAR and JO MAMA Songs including Close Your Eyes, Long Ago and Far Away, Rainy Day Man, You've Gotta Friend, Love Has Brought Me Around
S255E15 Neil Diamond 21/06/1971 Neil Diamond performs 1. Sweet Caroline 2. Solitary Man 3. Cracklin' Rosie 4. Done Too Soon 5. A Modern Day Version of Love 6. He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother 7. Holly Holy 8. I Am I Said 9. Brother Love's Traveling Salvation Show.
S255E16 Jimmy Cliff 13/03/1974
S255E17 Focus 10/04/1974
S255E18 Bill Withers 11/05/1974
S255E19 Rufus Thomas 28/08/1974
S255E20 Billy Preston 06/03/1974
S00E01 Radiohead From the Basement 05/04/2008 "Radiohead_In Rainbows_From The Basement" was taped in a London studio, Thom Yorke (vocals, guitar), Ed O'Brien (guitar, vocals), Jonny Greenwood (guitar), Colin Greenwood (bass), and Phil Selway (drums) come together for this exclusive performance special. The band perform songs from their album "In Rainbows" (Bodysnatchers, Nude, Weird Fishes/Arpeggi, 15 Step, House of Cards and Reckoner) as well as previous hits (Myxomatosis, Optimistic and Where I End).
S00E02 Radiohead Live @ Le reservoir 07/03/2003 RADIOHEAD March 7, 2003 Le Reservoir Paris, Fr 01 - Intro 02 - I might be wrong 03 - There There 04 - Knives out 05 - Sail to the Moon 06 - I Will 07 - No Surprises 08 - A Punchup at a Wedding 09 - Everything in its right Place 10 - Encore 1 11 - Street Spirit (Fade Out) 12 - Fog 13 - Encore 2 14 - Karma Police 15 - Interview 1 16 - Interview 2 17 - Interview 3
S00E03 Radiohead Live in London 26/11/2003 RADIOHEAD – 11/26/03 – EARL’S COURT, LONDON, UK Radiohead’s show at Earl’s Court in 2003 further proved that one of the current greatest bands are also one of the greatest live performers. This great set streches a various amount of songs that they have written throughout their career. 2 + 2 = 5 My Iron Lung Where I End You And You Begin Kid A I Will Myxomatosis I Might Be Wrong Sail To The Moon Lucky Paranoid Android Go To Sleep Sit Down, Stand Up Just Idioteque Fake Plastic Trees There There You And Whose Army The National Anthem A Wolf At The Door Street Spirit [Fade Out] We Suck Young Blood Karma Police Everything In It’s Right Place
S00E04 Jeff Beck at Ronnie Scotts 29/11/2007 n late 2007 Jeff Beck played several shows at Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club in London and he awed and enthralled the audiences with his searing, exquisite and ethereal guitar virtuosity. He's a complete master of the fretboard and whammy bar whose guitar can sound angelic and then suddenly thunderous. Many of his most riveting and agressive songs were played including "Becks Bolero," "Big Block," Brush With The Blues" and the intense "Scatterbrain." His eastern influences also resonated on wonderful songs such as "Nadia" and the psychedelic "Blast From The East." Jeff Beck's most tender and complex songs really impressed the audience and UK music critics. Examples are "Angel (Footsteps,)" Cause We've Ended As Lovers" and the inimitable "Were Were You." Beck's majestic rendition of the Beatles' " A Day In The Life" is utterly captivating and it has rightfully won a 2010 Grammy Award for Best Rock Instrumental Performance. "Led Boats", "Behind The Veil" and "Stratus" are also spellbinding highlights
S00E05 Camel Coming of Age 01/03/1997 Live, released in 1998 recorded in March 1997 at Billboard Live, Hollywood, California. The Camel line up for this tour/DVD is founder member Andy Latimer (vocals, guitars, keyboards), Colin Bass (bass, acoustic guitar, keyboards & vocals), Foss Patterson (keyboards & vocals) and Dave Stewart (drums & percussion). 1. Lunar Sea (8:57) 2. Hymn to Her (6:34) 3. Rhayader (2:53) 4. Rhayader goes to Town (5:03) 5. Preparation (3:19) 6. Dunkirk (5:05) 7. Drafted (4:28) 8. Docks (3:54) 9. Beached (4:00) 10. Spirit of the Water (3:09) 11. Ice (9:40) 12. Sasquatch (4:18) 1. Milk n'Honey (3:23) 2. Mother Road (4:29) 3. Needles (2:30) 4. Rose of Sharen (5:09) 5. Irish Air (0:57) 6. Irish Air Reprise (2:27) 7. Harbours of tears (3:16) 8. Cobh (0:52) 9. Send Home the Slates (4:04) 10. Under the Moon (1:46) 11. Watching the Bobbins (7:38) 12. Eyes of Ireland (3:13) 13. Running From Paradise (5:39) 14. End of the Day (2:44) 15. Coming of Age (7:38) 16. The Hour Candle (7:20) Line-up / Musicians - Andrew Latimer/ guitar, vocals - Colin Bass / bass vocals - Foss Patterson / keyboards - Dave Stewart / drums Guest: - Mae McKenna / vocals on "Irish Air"
S00E06 ColdPlay at Gladstonebury 13/07/2005 Coldplay make a triumphant return to Glastonbury three years after their last Pyramid headline slot. There’s a huge crowd to watch Chris and the boys all resplendent in black and the number of flags swaying in front of the stage is probably the most I’ve ever seen before the stage. Their anthemic tunes appear to have been written especially for these moments. They open with ‘Square One’ the first track off the new album X&Y and it would seem a lot of the audience have the album already. It’s a great opening track and any nerves the band may have aren’t being revealed tonight. It has a slightly spacey grandiose feel to it, and perfect for a Pilton nightfall. ‘Politik’ follows, the first song from ‘Rush of Blood’ and it’s slow building delivery causes more flag swaying and we get a tailor made verse for the moment about Glastonbury and from that moment on the crowd are nestling up to Coldplay, embracing their performance. But for the stragglers out there trying to dance in the sticky mud, ‘Yellow’ is fantastically delivered and the crowd are a few sceptics out there in the dark are becoming Coldplay fans. ‘God Put A Smile Upon Your Face’ continues to build the atmosphere then Christ Martin yells out, “Crazy Frog where are you now?” before the crowd favourite ‘Speed of Sound.’ Then there’s a magic moment, as he dedicates ‘Till Kingdom Come’ to all the Dads out there. Awww, it’s great to get recognition. We’ve all forgotten the mud and tribulations of the day as the band deliver more tunes. Highlights being ‘The Scientist,’ ‘Don’t Panic,’ and ‘Clocks’ and close their set with ‘Swallowed In The Sea’ and it’s been emotional. Female Coldplay fans are in tears, saying how this is the best performance they’ve ever seen by the band. Coldplay return to encore with a nod to Kylie who was unable to headline the Sunday due to illness. With a pumped up version of ‘Can’t Get You Out Of My Head.’ Before we all raise our voices to the stars with the Glasto anthems ‘In My Pla
S00E07 ColdPlay Live 2003 21/07/2003 Live 2003 is a live album by English alternative rock band Coldplay, first released in November 2003. The set features concerts filmed at Sydney's Hordern Pavilion on 21 July 2003 and 22 July 2003.
S00E08 Incubus Morning View 23/10/2001 hough Morning View follows hot on the heels of Incubus's breakthrough single, "Drive," it doesn't feel rushed. After all, their previous album, Make Yourself, was released nearly two years ago. Like fellow Los Angeles metal pioneers System of a Down, Incubus find themselves lumped in with the nu-metal fraternity merely because they're young(ish), angry, and very loud. That's more than a little unfair, because their sound owes more to the clever and creative funk-metal of Faith No More and the Red Hot Chili Peppers than the faux-rap posturing of Limp Bizkit. In fact, songs like "Nice to Know You," "Circles," and the excellent "Blood on the Ground" display real maturity. But that's not all that sets Incubus apart: on "I Wish You Were Here," "Just a Phase," "11 a.m.," and "Mexico," they show an uncharacteristic willingness to tread softly, using acoustic guitars and touches of strings to make less noise, but more impact. Some could call it selling out, but it sounds more like growing up. Morning View is a leap forward for a band that continues to get better with each release.
S00E09 Sting Brand New Day 07/09/2000 The Brand New Day Tour - Live From the Universal Ampitheatre (2000).This live performance from the Universal Ampitheatre in Los Angeles catches Sting on the tour supporting his BRAND NEW DAY record, which he plays in its entirety during the concert. With the Police and during his solo career, Sting has endured as one of the most charismatic and consistently engaging live performers since the 1970s, and this concert is one of his best
S00E10 Sting Soul Cages Concert 08/10/1991 Sting has global social reach and impact. When he speaks, people listen. When he performs, people attend. "The Soul Ages Concert" is one such event. Recorded at Staten Hall in the Netherlands and attended by over 10,000 fans. Includes "All This Time," "Roxanne," "The Soul Cages," and many others.
S00E11 10cc Alive: The Classic Hits Tour 05/05/1995 10cc Alive: The Classic Hits Tour brings back a lot of good memories and while the quality of the DVD is okay, the music itself is great. It was filmed during the band's comeback tour in Japan in the early '90s and has most of the songs 10cc fans want to hear. It has to be said I was a tad gobsmacked that I'm Mandy Fly Me wasn't included - but, hey, when have I ever been a good judge of music?! The video transfer is very soft, although the colours are fine, and the sound is a tad muddy. Keeping in mind that these guys were well ahead of the pack in terms of additional sounds in their albums that's a bit disappointing. However, all that said, it is fantastic to have these guys on DVD as a permanent record of how great a group they were. Fans should have a really good look at this one! Track details Wall Street Shuffle Good Morning Judge Welcome to Paradise The Things We Do For Love Across the Universe The Stars Didn't Show Art for Art's Sake Paperback Writer Shine a Light in the Dark Feel the Benefit Dreadlock Holiday I'm Not in Love Rubber Bullets Silly Love Life is a Minestrone Slow Down
S00E12 James Taylor One Man Band 13/11/2007 "One Man Band" tells the story of Taylor's songs through exclusive interviews and rare multi-media footage, including home movies and photographs from Taylor's personal archives. The result is an extraordinary, one-of-a-kind portrait of an artist, his renowned repertoire and the personal stories behind the songs. Drawn from Taylor's recent concerts at the Colonial Theatre in the Berkshires and features new performances from some of the iconic singer/songwriter's most beloved recordings including "Something in the Way," "Carolina in my Mind," and "Fire and Rain," interspersed with Taylor's insightful and humorous anecdotes on the inspiration for the songs. Taylor called on veteran television events producer and director Don Mischer ("Kennedy Center Honors," and "Super Bowl XLI Halftime Show with Prince") and executive producer and acclaimed filmmaker Sydney Pollack ("Out of Africa," "Sketches of Frank Gehry") and their extensive talents to properly capture the feel of the live concerts.
S00E13 Jeff Beck Four faces of Guitar 01/01/1976 Jeff Beck - "Four Faces of Guitar" Performing 2 songs with UPP on BBC TV 1976 Around 1975 Jeff Beck became involved with the group Upp (who were originally were going to be called 3 Upp). Basically, they were a funky white soul group and Beck produced their album "UPP" (Epic KE 33439) and played on it. This is the only time Beck ever produced an outside group (even to this day). Beck also played 2 songs on their second album "UPP -This Way Up" (Epic PE 34177) and joined them on this BBC broadcast "Four Faces Of Guitar". Along with the 2 songs performed, Jeff is interviewed and discusses his techniques and the equipment he uses to acquire the sounds he produces. A must for any Jeff Beck fan! Tracks: Unknown Instrumental Interview She's A Woman Running time: 15:38
S00E14 Steve Marriot Live in London 06/07/1986 One of British rock's most beloved singers, Steve Marriott climbed to fame as the front man of two legendary English rock groups--the mod legends the Small Faces and R&B-influenced Humble Pie. Filmed live in 1985, Marriott performs songs spanning the length of his long, diverse, and prolific career. On the ornate stage of London's Camden Palace Theatre, the rock legend performs a set which includes 'Shame, Shame, Shame' and 'Tin Soldier'.
S00E15 Rosenberg Trio Live in Samois 18/11/2003 On the 'Live in Samois' recording, The Rosenberg Trio once again proves their pre-eminence as the world's greatest gypsy swing guitar ensemble. From the opening bars of the standard "Rose Room", the group establishes a comfort zone by presenting this standard with all its melodic beauty. But then some forty seconds later something remarkable happens. Lead guitarist Stochelo Rosenberg begins to take this old reliable jazz number off the ground and it never again lands until the final chords fade away. This first tune is only a hint of what is to follow. With varying degrees of speed, nuance, playfulness and poignancy Rosenberg, his brother Nonnie (bass) and his cousin Nous'che (rhythm guitar) simply dazzle. Lead lines of a complexity and speed that would take other gifted guitarists a week to master erupt out of Stochelo only to be followed by others even more sensitive or intricate. Behind these brilliant lead treatments the sixteen tunes come to life and their pulse is provided by a flawless rhythm section--Nous'che plays harder and faster than any other rhythm player you'll find out there today and Nonnie's remarkably nimble backbeat on upright bass at times matches his brother's soloing note-for-note.
S00E16 Stevie Ray Vaughan Austin City Limits 03/04/1985 Appearances that Vaughan and his solid band, Double Trouble, made on the PBS concert series Austin City Limits. The concerts were taped in 1983 and 1989; both provide a valuable portrait of Vaughan's astounding artistic development. The performances serve as bookends to Vaughan's brilliant career with Double Trouble, showing (in the words of producer Terry Lickona) a striking contrast between "zero self-confidence" and "pure magic," but in both cases you can see a master at work. Songs include "Pride and Joy," "Texas Flood," "Voodoo Chile," "Cold Shot," and "Riviera Paradise." This great-sounding DVD also includes the posthumous music video "Little Wing," featuring clips of Double Trouble and archival footage of blues greats from the 1920s to the mid-1990s.
S00E17 Police Live Earth 08/07/2007 The Police do an amazing show at the LIVE EARTH festival in New York (2007-07-08). Tracklist: 01 - The Police - Driven To Tears 02 - The Police - Roxanne 03 - The Police - Can't Stand Losing You 04 - The Police - Message In A Bottle
S00E18 Police in The East 01/01/1982
S00E19 Sting in Tokyo 25/10/1988 TV broadcast of the Tokyo Dome concert from 25 October 1988] "Sting in Tokyo" is the concert event of the TV season. . Sting's ability to slide easily from one musical form to another is just one of many reasons to be enthusiastic about this show. He rocks out with 'Rock Steady', followed by 'Sister Moon's' bluesy, jazz treatment, which gives saxophonist Branford Marsalis an opportunity to shine. Next up is the reggae-accented 'One World', followed by 'Bring on the Night'/'When the World is Running Down', a pair of poignant pieces performed with emphasis on the words. 'King of Pain', a song so closely identified with Sting that many will have forgotten that it appeared on the Police's 1983 album, 'Synchronicity', sounds amazingly fresh here. Marsalis is extraordinary on reeds and even takes some turns helping percussionist Mino Cinelu with his array of unusual instruments, which give interesting and unexpected textures to Sting's music. Marsalis is so good and featured so much, this concert could bear his name as headliner. Kenny Kirkland and Delmar Brown always have the right keyboard phrasing, shifting as easily as Sting through the array of this concert's musical styles. Sting clearly doesn't tolerate musicians who go for a certain consistent sound and carry it through a performance or album. Major credit is due Dolette McDonald, whose energy and ability stretch far beyond the usual confines of the term "backup singer." Sting is a master at using his voice as a musical instrument and of letting the lyrics sell a song when that's appropriate. The music takes center stage, because Sting doesn't confuse the presentation with a lot of razzle-dazzle. He may not be glittery and overblown, but Sting manages to retain command of the stage. I've never seen Sting in person, but his past TV concert performances and a reveali
S00E20 Police The Synchronicity Concert 01/11/1983 Synchronicity Concert. Shot in Atlanta during November 1983, the show mixes the old with the then-new. From 1978’s debut album Outlandos D’Amour, we find “Hole In My Life”, “Can’t Stand Losing You”, and “So Lonely”; to my surprise, we don’t discover megahit “Roxanne”. 1979’s Regatta De Blanc delivers “Message In a Bottle” and “Walking On the Moon”. 1980’s Zenyatta Mondatta provides “De Do Do Do De Da Da Da” while 1981’s Ghost In the Machine features “One World” and “Spirits in the Material World”. Finally, the then-current Synchronicity gives us “Synchronicity I”, “Walking In Your Footsteps”, “Wrapped Around Your Finger”, “King of Pain”, “Tea In the Sahara”, “O My God”, and “Every Breath You Take”.
S00E21 Human Rights Concert: Sting 02/11/1988 Human Rights Now! was a worldwide tour of 20 benefit concerts on behalf of Amnesty International that took place over six weeks in 1988. Held not to raise funds but to increase awareness of Amnesty and to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the shows featured Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, Sting, Peter Gabriel, Tracy Chapman, and Youssou N'Dour.
S00E22 Elvis: Comeback Special 00/00/0000
S00E23 Rory Gallagher: Irish Tour 74 04/04/1974 80 minute DVD featuring 9 tracks such as "Bullfrog Blues," "Walk on Hot Coals," "Cradle Rock" and more! Irish rocker Rory Gallagher is a talented singer-songwriter whose guitar powered rock is laced with a boogie woogie, blues sensibility. Sporadically popular through the 1970's and 1980's, Gallagher is filmed here in 1974, playing throughout his homeland of Ireland. 9 tracks including "Cradle Rock," "Bullfrog Blues," and "Walk on Hot Coals" are performed.
S00E24 Cream Farewell Concert 05/01/1969 Farewell Concert is the live recording of the Cream's final concert at the Royal Albert Hall on 26 November 1968. it is Cream's only official full concert release on video. It was originally broadcast by the BBC on 5 January 1969 Set list "Sunshine of Your Love" "Politician" "White Room" "Spoonful" "Toad" "I'm So Glad" Duration 48 min
S00E25 ColdPlay Live 2003 21/07/2003 Live 2003 is a live album by English alternative rock band Coldplay, first released in November 2003. The set features concerts filmed at Sydney's Hordern Pavilion on 21 July 2003 and 22 July 2003. It was nominated for "Best Music Video: Long Form" at the 2004 Grammy Awards. The song "Moses", exclusive to this album, was written about Chris Martin's wife Gwyneth Paltrow. This song inspired the name of Chris and Gwyneth's second child, Moses Bruce Anthony Martin, born in 2006.
S00E26 John Mayer Where the Light Is 08/12/2007 Where the Light Is: John Mayer Live in Los Angeles, commonly referred to as Where the Light Is, is a live album and concert film by American blues-rock musician John Mayer. Released on July 1, 2008, the album documents Mayer's performance at the L.A. Live Nokia Theatre, Los Angeles, California on December 8, 2007, during the promotional tour for his 2006 third studio album Continuum. The concert in question, which was for the Annual John Mayer Holiday Charity Revue, featured three separate performances: the first an acoustic set by Mayer alone, the second with the John Mayer Trio, and the third with Mayer's regular touring band. The title of the album is taken from a line in the song "Gravity", which was released as the second single from Continuum on January 31, 2007. Where the Light Is was released in a number of formats, including, for the audio album, Compact Disc, LP album and digital download; and, for the video album, DVD and Blu-ray Disc; as well as a 2CD+DVD set. His famous live acoustic cover of "Free Fallin'," originally by Tom Petty, from this album was released as a single and met with wide critical acclaim. The song "No Such Thing" was played on the evening but did not make it to the DVD release for unknown reasons. The video was leaked and can be found on YouTube.
S00E27 Radiohead - MTV $2 Bill 05/06/2003 Radiohead played nine songs from their new album, Hail to the Thief, but paced them so they didn't interrupt the flow of hits. "There There" set a dramatic tone for the two-hour show — the band's first in North America in almost two years — which featured a range of electronic-filled, noisy guitar-based and melodic pop songs that spanned the past 13 years of Radiohead's recording career.
S00E28 Radiohead for Haiti 24/01/2010 On Jan. 24, Radiohead did a surprise benefit gig at the Music Box @ Fonda in Hollywood to raise funds for relief efforts in Haiti following a devastating earthquake. The band, which was in town recording, performed to a sold-out house, and in true Radiohead fashion, allowed concertgoers free reign to video the gig. Inevitably, much of that footage ended up on YouTube, where it's drawn hundreds of thousands of views.
S00E29 Joan Baez 28/01/2009 Legendary folk singer Joan Baez in concert from her 1962 British tours. Songs include Silver Dagger, There But For Fortune and Copper Kettle
S00E31 Nilsson: A Little Touch of Schmilsson in the Night 00/00/0000 Gordon Jenkins leads Harry Nilsson and a full orchestra through live renditions of pop standards as recorded during the sessions for the "A Little Touch of Schmilsson in the Night". Taped at CTS Studios, London, May 1973.

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