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Synopsis

With his soulful pop and sexually ambiguous image, Mark Williams was a sensation in 1975 as he topped the singles chart with 'Yesterday Was Just The Beginning Of My Life' and followed it with NZ's best selling pop/rock album of the decade. By 1979, he was based in Australia but he returned home to record this TVNZ special in a Wellington night club. The image is toned down but, backed by a seasoned band, Williams puts in an energetic and polished performance (which includes 'Yesterday' and his other number one 'I Guess It Doesn’t Matter Anymore').

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 Barbara  Gascoigne
 Graham Ridding
 Kevin Hill

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Quotes

It sure has been a long time since I’ve been here. That’s how long it took to swim across 
Put people in a studio and they’re immediately aware of the plumbing. They don’t relax and join in as they do in a cabaret atmosphere