Boarding in New York, my first stop would be Tehran – the pre-revolution cosmopolitan center of the Middle East – and then onto Karachi, and then Calcutta, known as “the city of joy,” before jetting off to my favorite city in Asia, ever-wild Bangkok, for a few nights in the high-profile Dusit Thani hotel, which would have just opened. After Bangkok, it’d be off to Tokyo for some of the best seafood on the planet at Tsukiji Market prior to hopping over to Honolulu to catch a show at the Civic Auditorium. Popular acts in the ’70s would stop by en route to Japan and Australia. Finally, I’d end up back in the lower 48 arriving in Los Angeles.