Wow Tony...I do have very vivid memories from that night because it was a big personal night for me...not Raspberries related. As I posted above, it was my first date with a girl named Debbie who I thought was the most beautiful girl in the world till I met my present day wife Diana. We dated for several years and then broke up...badly. Eventually, we became friends and when I started dating my wife-to-be I introduced them and they became best friends and eventually my wife's maid-of-honor. As for the Raspberries...wow...I had discovered them a year earlier and had bought all their records up till that point. I got tickets (still have the stubbs) and couldn't wait. Unlike what the photos show, my seats weren't that great...somewhere in the back of the hall. But, I walked up to the stage several times to take the pics. I really didn't care for Stories (unlike my date) and I couldn't wait for the Raspberries to come on. When they opened with the Ticket To Ride riff I was floored. My other fav band was the Beatles. I remember the concert going by very quickly once the Raspberries came on. My absolute favorite song was "Let's Pretend"...it is still my favorite song of all-time along with "Don't Worry Baby" by the Beach Boys. "I Can Remember" was the other standout song for me. I went on to see the Raspberries 5 more times after that before they broke up. One great memory of the later concerts was Eric performing "Let's Pretend (slow version)/Starting Over" medley at the "Joint In The Woods" in Parsippany NJ. Eric also played drums on one song that night although I can't remember which one. Maybe you remember Eric? I recorded that show on a small cassette recorded and still have the tape somewhere...haven't seen it in many years. My last Raspberries concert before the reunion was at "My Fathers' Place" in Long Island. I think this was one of their last shows. Tony, I know you only asked about the Carnegie show...but as I was typing, I was remembering and it just came pouring out of me.