Yusuf Islam Drops By 'Cafe' On DVD

Yusuf Islam's March 1, 2007, performance at London's Porchester Hall will be released Oct. 23 on DVD via Hip-O/UMe as "Yusuf's Cafe."

Yusuf Islam's March 1, 2007, performance at London's Porchester Hall will be released Oct. 23 on DVD via Hip-O/UMe as "Yusuf's Cafe." The event marked the first time the former Cat Stevens had played a complete concert in 28 years and came in support of his 2006 album, "An Other Cup."

Several cuts from that project are featured, as are Cat Stevens-era favorites such as "Don't Be Shy," "Peace Train," "Father & Son" and a re-arranged version of "Wild World."

The DVD also includes the hour-long documentary "A Few Good Songs," originally shot for the BBC last year, as well as music videos for "Heaven/Where True Love Goes," "Midday (Avoid City After Dark)" and "Peace Train."

Islam returned to live duty again last Friday (Sept. 21) for the Peace One Day Concert at London's Royal Albert Hall, alongside Annie Lennox, Marc Almond and Corrine Bailey Rae, among others.

Here is the track list for "Yusuf's Cafe":

"Wind East & West"
"The Wind"
"Midday (Avoid City After Dark)"
"Don't Be Shy"
"Maybe There's a World"
"In the End"
"Where Do the Children Play?"
"The Little Ones"
"I Think I See the Light"
"Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood"
"Heaven/Where True Love Goes"
"How Long/Peace Train Blues"
"The Beloved"
"Father & Son"
"Wild World (Zulu Version))"
"Peace Train"