Nov. 19, 1974
Trentham Gardens, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
Transcribed by Phil Salathe from the "Raving and Drooling"
R&D fades in.
Roger misses first beat of chord change after "shock in his eye."
Song ends, applause.
Roger: Thank you.
Roger: This is another new song, and it's called You've Got to Be
Two voices in crowd: "Aaay! Aaay!"
Very first measure is short a beat or two [musically, not tape cut].
Song is in E minor, unlike later D minor versions; lyrics are twice
as fast as later was the case.
Falsetto, AHM-style singing in instrumental middle section before
YGBC fades in middle of 2nd verse after break.
Tape goes right into SOYCD.
Roger misses first two words of song: "--you were young."
Song ends; whistling, cheers; fade-out.