appears on late-night concert TV series, Midnight Special.
13: begins recording ninth album, Tijuana Moon [Look at the Fool].
21: returns to England for the third time
and appears on BBC-2s The Old Grey Whistle
Test performing Sally Go Round the Roses
and Dolphins. Band consists of Charlie
Whitney on guitar, Tim Hinkley on bass, and Ian
Wallace on drums.
18: plays Summerconcert 74 in Hilversum Festival, Netherlands.
Van Morrison, Doobie Bros., Allman Brothers, Mahavishnu Orchestra also on the
20: appears as the opening act at Frederick Bannister's first annual Knebworth
(Hertfordshire, England); concert bill includes
Van Morrison, The Doobie Brothers, The Allman
Brothers Band, The Mahavishnu Orchestra, and The Alex Harvey Band;
Tims band consists of Art Johnson on guitar, Jim Fielder on bass, Mark Tiernan
on keyboards and Buddy Helm on drums; set list: Nighthawkin, Dolphins,
Get on Top, Devil Eyes, Buzzin Fly, Sweet Surrender, and Honeyman.
27: returns to New York City to open for Blood, Sweat and Tears at Wollman
Rink, Central Park, NYC (songs include Sally Go Round the Roses, Honey Man,
Quicksand and Gypsy Woman);
releases ninth studio album, Look at the Fool; subsequently dropped by
Warners; interviewed by Chrissie Hynde for New Musical Express (UK); officially
adopts Judys son, Taylor.
breaks ties with Herb Cohen.