1965

650100A  early 1965: DICK & DEE DEE.
                   7” single (Warner Brothers 5627). Producer: Andrew Oldham. Recorded in
                   London in December 1964.
                   A: When Blue Turns To Grey (MJ/KR)
                   B: Some Things Just Stick In Your Mind (MJ/KR)
                   Line-up: MJ (bvoc)/KR (gtr)/BJ (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)/Dick St. John
                                  (voc)/Dee Dee Sperling (voc)

650106A  6th January: UK radio (BBC), Belfast.
                    - interview with one or more Stones.

650106B  6th January: UK TV (UTV) 'Six Five', Belfast.
                    - Little Red Rooster (Willie Dixon) -from rehearsals, part only
                    - interview with BW, BJ, CW, KR & MJ

6th - 8th January: Irish Tour.

650106C  6th January: Belfast, Northern Ireland, ABC Theatre (1st show)
650106D  6th January: Belfast, Northern Ireland, ABC Theatre (2nd show)

650107A  7th January: UK TV (RTE One) 'RTE News', Dublin, incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Mike Burns

650107B  7th January: Dublin, Ireland, Adelphi Theatre (1st show)
650107C  7th January: Dublin, Ireland, Adelphi Theatre (2nd show)
650108A  8th January: Cork, Ireland, Savoy Theatre (1st show)
650108B  8th January: Cork, Ireland, Savoy Theatre (2nd show)

650110A  10th January: London, Hammersmith, ABC Commodore Theatre (1st show)
650110B  10th January: London, Hammersmith, ABC Commodore Theatre (2nd show) 

650111A  11th - 12th January: London, De Lane Lea Studios, Portland. Producer:
                    Andrew Oldham.
                    - The Last Time I (MJ/KR) -unverified early version, lacking BJ’s guitar solo
                    - A Mess Of Fire (Nanker Phelge) -early version of Play With Fire, probably with
                         some different lyrics; unverified
                    - Play With Fire I (Nanker Phelge) -unverified early version

650113A  13th January: UK TV (ATV) 'Thank Your Lucky Stars', Teddington, TV Studios.
                    - Down Home Girl (Jerry Leiber/Artie Butler) -playback
                    - Under The Boardwalk (Arthur Resnick/Kenny Young) -playback
                    - Susie Q (Dale Hawkins/Stanley J. Lewis) -playback
                    - interview with one or more Stones by Brian Matthew
                    Note: Televised on the 30th January.

650115A  15th January: UK TV (ARTV) 'Ready, Steady, Go', London.
                    - What A Shame (MJ/KR)
                    - Time Is On My Side (Jerry Ragavoy/Jimmy Norman)
                    - Down The Road Apiece (Don Raye)
                    - Everybody Needs Somebody To Love (Bert Russell/Solomon Burke/
                           Jerry Wexler)

650116A  16th January: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   LP ‘No. 2’ (Decca LK 4661). Producer: Andrew Oldham.
                   A: - Everybody Needs Somebody To Love (Bert Russell/Solomon Burke/
                             Jerry Wexler)
                        - Down Home  Girl (Jerry Leiber/Artie Butler)
                        - You Can’t Catch Me (Chuck Berry)
                        - Time Is On My Side (Jerry Ragavoy/Jimmy Norman)
                        - What A Shame (MJ/KR)
                        - Grown Up Wrong (MJ/KR)
                   B: - Down The Road Apiece (Don Raye)
                        - Under The Boardwalk (Arthur Resnick/Kenny Young)
                        - I Can’t Be Satisfied (McKinley Morganfield)
                        - Pain In My Heart (Allen Toussaint)
                        - Off The Hook (MJ/KR)
                        - Susie Q (Dale Hawkins/Stanley J. Lewis)  
                   Line-up ‘Everybody...’: MJ (voc, tamb)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/BJ (gtr)/BW (bass)/
                                 CW (dr)/STU (p)    
                   Line-up ‘Down Home Girl’: MJ (voc, harm)/KR (gtr)/BJ (gtr)/BW (bass)/
                                 CW (dr)/Jack Nitzsche (p)   
                   Line-up ‘You Can’t Catch Me’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr)/BJ (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)
                   Line-up ‘Time Is On My Side’: MJ (voc, tamb)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/BJ (gtr)/
                                  BW (bass, bvoc)/CW (dr)/STU (org)
                   Line-up ‘What A Shame’: MJ (voc, harm)/KR (gtr)/BJ (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)/
                                  STU (p)
                   Line-up ‘Grown Up Wrong’: MJ (voc, harm)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/BJ (gtr)/BW
                                 (bass)/CW (dr)
                   Line-up ‘Down The Road Apiece’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr)/BJ (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW
                                 (dr)/STU (p)
                   Line-up ‘Under The Boardwalk’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/BJ (perc)/
                                 BW (bass)/CW (dr)
                   Line-up ‘I Can’t Be Satisfied’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr)/BJ (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)
                   Line-up ‘Pain In My Heart’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr)/BJ (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)/
                                 Jack Nitzsche (p, Nitzsche-phone)
                   Line-up ‘Off The Hook’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/BJ (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)
                   Line-up ‘Susie Q’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr)/BJ (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)

650117A  17th and 18th January: Los Angeles, RCA Studios, Hollywood. Producer: Andrew
                    Oldham. Without BJ.
                    - The Last Time II (MJ/KR) -recording of the backing track for the single-version
                    - Play With Fire (Nanker Phelge) -Phil Spector on zoom bass, Jack Nitzsche on
                         percussion and harpsichord; 7“-version
                    + three old blues-standards
                    Note: Some of the songs have maybe been begun at the session in London,
                              on the 11th and 12th January.

650121A  21st January: Mascot (near Sydney), Australia, Kingsford Smith Airport.
                   Press conference.

650121B  21st January: Australian TV (Channel 9), Sydney, 'Bandstand', incl.
                   - interviews with with MJ, BJ, BW (& KR) by Brian Henderson

650121C  21st January: Australian TV ( ), Sydney, incl.
                   - interview with with MJ & BJ

650121D  21st January: Australian radio (2UE), Sydney, incl.
                   - interview with one or more Stones

650121E  21st January: Australian radio ( ), Sydney, incl.
                   - interview with one or more Stones

650122A  22nd January: BOBBIE MILLER.
                   7" single (Decca F 12064). Producer: BW. Recorded on the 2nd & 5th January
                   at R.G. Jones Studios, Morden.
                   A: What A Guy (Ellie Greenwich/Jeff Barry)
                   B: You Went Away (BW/Brian Cade)
                   Line-up: Bobbie Miller (voc)/Peter Frampton (gtr)/Andy Bown (bass)/
                                  Tony Chapman (dr)

22nd January - 16th February: Australasian Tour.

650122B  22nd January: Sydney, Australia, Manufacturer’s Auditorium, Agricultural Hall (1st show)
650122C  22nd January: Sydney, Australia, Manufacturer’s Auditorium, Agricultural Hall (2nd
                   show)
                   Note: One of both shows included (unverified):
                              (Not Fade Away/Walking The Dog/Under The Boardwalk/Little Red
                                Rooster /Around And Around/Heart Of Stone/Time Is On My Side/
                                It's All Over Now)

650100B  January: UK news-film (British Pathé) for cinemas ‘The Stones Roll In’ incl.
                   - arrival at Kingsford Smith Airport, Mascot 21.1.65
                   - part of press conference Sydney 21.1.65
                   - Not Fade Away (Hardin/Holley) -Sydney 22.1.65, 1st show, part only

650123A  23rd January: Sydney, Australia, Manufacturer’s Auditorium, Agricultural Hall (1st show)
650123B  23rd January: Sydney, Australia, Manufacturer’s Auditorium, Agricultural Hall (2nd
                    show)
650123C  23rd January: Sydney, Australia, Manufacturer’s Auditorium, Agricultural Hall (3rd
                    show)

650125A  25th January: Brisbane. Press conference and TV-appearance.

650125B  25th January: Brisbane, Australia, City Hall (1st show)
650125C  25th January: Brisbane, Australia, City Hall (2nd show)
650126A  26th January: Brisbane, Australia, City Hall (1st show)
650126B  26th January: Brisbane, Australia, City Hall (2nd show)
650127A  27th January: Sydney, Australia, Manufacturer’s Auditorium, Agricultural Hall (1st show)
650127B  27th January: Sydney, Australia, Manufacturer’s Auditorium, Agricultural Hall (2nd
                   show)

650128A  28th January: Melbourne, Australia, Essendon Airport. Press conference.

650128B  28th January: Australian TV ( ), Melbourne.
                    - interview with MJ, BJ & BW
                    + footage of arrival at Essendon Airport

650128C  28th January: Australian radio (DB), Melbourne.
                    - interview with one or more Stones (backstage)

650128D  28th January: St. Kilda, Australia, Palais Theatre (1st show)
650128E  28th January: St. Kilda, Australia, Palais Theatre (2nd show)

650129A  29th January: Australian TV (ATVO/Channel 10) ‘Big Beat ‘65’, Melbourne.
                   Host: Roy Orbison. Playback.
                   - Walking The Dog (Rufus Thomas)
                   - Heart Of Stone (MJ/KR)
                   - Little Red Rooster (Willie Dixon)
                   - Around And Around (Chuck Berry)
                   Note: Televised on the 12th February.

650129B  29th January: St. Kilda, Australia, Palais Theatre (1st show)
650129C  29th January: St. Kilda, Australia, Palais Theatre (2nd show)
650129D  29th January: St. Kilda, Australia, Palais Theatre (3rd show)

650129E  29th January: THE CHEYNES.
                   7" single (Columbia DB 7464). Producers: BW & Glyn Johns.
                   A: Down And Out (Peter Bardens) -Peter Hollis on bass
                   B: Stop Running Around (BW/Brian Cade) -BW on bass
                   Line-up: Roger Peacock (voc)/Eddie Lynch (gtr)/Peter Bardens (voc, p)/
                                  Phil Sawyer (gtr)/Mick Fleetwood (dr)
                   Note: Recorded in London in December 1964.

650130A  30th January: Australian radio (3KZ), incl.
                   - interview with one or more Stones by Neville Wragg and Stan Rofe

650130B  30th January: New Zealand TV ( ), Melbourne.
                   - recording of different ads and plugs for the New Zealand-shows

650100C  January: Australian TV ( ) 'News'. Melbourne report.

650131A  31st January: New Zealand radio (NZBC), Christchurch.
                    - interview with one or more Stones
                    Note: Broadcast in February.

650131B  31st January: New Zealand TV ( ), Christchurch.
                   - interview with one or more Stones

650201A  1st February: Christchurch, New Zealand, Theatre Royal (1st show)
650201B  1st February: Christchurch, New Zealand, Theatre Royal (2nd show)
650202A  2nd February: Invercargill, New Zealand, Civic Theatre (1st show)
650202B  2nd February: Invercargill, New Zealand, Civic Theatre (2nd show)
650203A  3rd February: Dunedin, New Zealand, Town Hall (1st show)
650203B  3rd February: Dunedin, New Zealand, Town Hall (2nd show)
650206A  6th February: Auckland, New Zealand, Town Hall (1st show)
650206B  6th February: Auckland, New Zealand, Town Hall (2nd show)
650206C  6th February: Auckland, New Zealand, Town Hall (3rd show)

650208A  8th February: Wellington, New Zealand, Rongotai Airport. Press conference.

650208B  8th February: Wellington, New Zealand, Town Hall (1st show)
650208C  8th February: Wellington, New Zealand, Town Hall (2nd show)

650210A  10th February: Melbourne. Press conference. Incl.
                    - interview with MJ & BW

650210B  10th February: St. Kilda, Australia, Palais Theatre (1st show)
650210C  10th February: St. Kilda, Australia, Palais Theatre (2nd show)
650211A  11th February: Adelaide, Australia, Centennial Hall (1st show)
650211B  11th February: Adelaide, Australia, Centennial Hall (2nd show)

650213A  13th February: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   LP ‘The Rolling Stones, Now’ (London PS 420 -US). Producer: Andrew Oldham.
                   A: - Everybody Needs Somebody To Love (Russell/Burke/Wexler)*
                        - Down Home Girl (Jerry Leiber/Artie Butler)
                        - You Can’t Catch Me (Chuck Berry)
                        - Heart Of Stone (MJ/KR)
                        - What A Shame (MJ/KR)
                        - Mona (Ellas McDaniel)
                  B: - Down The Road Apiece (Don Raye)
                       - Off The Hook (MJ/KR)
                       - Pain In My Heart (Allen Toussaint)
                       - Oh Baby (Barbara Lynn Ozen)*
                       - Little Red Rooster (Willie Dixon)
                       - Surprise, Surprise (MJ/KR)*
                   Note: The songs marked with a star were previously unreleased in the UK
                             (Everybody Needs Somebody is a shorter version, released by mistake).
                   Line-up ‘Everybody...’: MJ (voc, tamb)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/BJ (gtr)/BW (bass)/
                                 CW (dr)/STU (p)    
                   Line-up ‘Oh Baby’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr)/BJ (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)/STU (p)
                   Line-up ‘Surprise, Surprise’: MJ (voc, tamb)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/BJ (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)   

650213B  13th February: Perth, Australia, Capitol Theatre (1st show)
650213C  13th February: Perth, Australia, Capitol Theatre (2nd show)
650213D  13th February: Perth, Australia, Capitol Theatre (3rd show)

650216A  16th February: Singapore, Hotel Singapura. Press conference, incl.
                    - interview with BJ

650216B  16th February: Singapore, Badminton Hall (1st show)
650216C  16th February: Singapore, Badminton Hall (2nd show)

650217A  17th February: Tokyo, Japan. Press conference.

650217B  17th February: Japanese TV ( ), Tokyo.
                    - interview with one or more Stones

650217C  17th February: Japan radio ( ), Tokyo.
                    - interview with one or more Stones

650217D  17th February: Los Angeles, RCA Studios. Producer: Andrew Oldham.
                    Sound engineer: Dave Hassinger. Without BJ, BW & CW.
                    - The Last Time III (MJ/KR) -tambourine by Jack Nitzsche; 7“ version
                    Note: Only mixing and overdubbing of the vocals.

650200B  February: London, Decca Studios. Producer: Andrew Oldham. Sound
                   engineer: Gus Dudgeon. Musical arrangers: Mike Leander & Art Greenslade.
                   - I'd Much Rather Be With The Boys I (KR/Andrew Oldham) -demo for
                        The Toggery Five
                   - I'd Much Rather Be With The Boys II (KR/Andrew Oldham) -with additional
                        guitar, additional backing vocals with additional backing vocals by
                        Christine Ohlman (added in the early 70's); Metamorphosis-version
                   Musicians: KR (gtr)/MJ (voc)/Joe Moretti (gtr)/John McLaughlin (gtr)/Andy White (dr)

650226A  26th February: UK TV (ARTV) 'Ready, Steady, Go', London.
                   - The Last Time (MJ/KR)
                   - Everybody Needs Somebody To Love/Pain In My Heart (Bert Russell/
                        Solomon Burke/Jerry Wexler)(Allen Toussaint)
                   - Play With Fire (Nanker Phelge)
                   - interview with MJ by Cathy McGowan
                   - I’m Moving On (Hank Snow)

650226B  26th February: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   7“ single (Decca F 12104). Producer: Andrew Oldham.
                   A: The Last Time (MJ/KR)
                   B: Play With Fire (Nanker Phelge)
                   Line-up ‘The Last Time’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/BJ (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)/
                                 STU (p)/Jack Nitzsche (tamb)
                   Line-up ‘Play With Fire’: MJ (voc, tamb)/KR (gtr)/Phil Spector (zoom bass)/
                                 Jack Nitzsche (harpsichord, perc)

650226C  26th February: THE TOGGERY FIVE.
                   7" single (Parlophone R 5249). Producer: Andrew Oldham.
                   A: I'd Much Rather Be With The Boys (KR/Andrew Oldham) -composer credit
                   [B: It's So Easy (Frank Renshaw)]

650227A  27th February: UK TV (ITV) 'The Eamonn Andrews Show', Teddington.
                    - The Last Time (MJ/KR) -playback
                    - interview with MJ by Eamonn Andrews
                    Note: Televised on the 28th February.

650200A  February: THE MIGHTY AVENGERS.
                   7" single (Decca F 12085). Producer: Andrew Oldham. Musical director:
                   John Paul Jones.
                   A: Blue Turns To Grey (MJ/KR) -composer credits
                   [B: I'm Lost Without You (Teddy Mahon/Mike Linnell)]

650301A  1st March: UK radio (BBC) 'Top Gear', London, Playhouse Theatre Studios.
                    Host: Brian Matthew.
                    - interview with MJ & BJ  
                    - Everybody Needs Somebody To Love (Russell/Burke/Wexler) -STU on piano
                    - Down The Road Apiece (Don Raye) -STU on piano
                    - If You Need Me (Wilson Pickett/Robert Bateman)
                    - The Last Time (MJ/KR)
                    Note: Broadcast on the 6th March.

650302A  2nd March: UK radio (BBC) 'Pop Inn', London.
                    - interview with MJ & BJ by Keith Fordyce

650304A  4th March: UK TV (BBC) 'Top Of The Pops', Manchester. Host: Jimmy Savile.
                    - interview with MJ & BJ
                    - Down The Road Apiece (Don Raye)
                    - I Can't Be Satisfied (McKinley Morganfield)
                    - Everybody Needs Somebody To Love (Russell/Burke/Wexler)
                    - Oh Baby (Barbara Lynn Ozen)
                    - The Last Time (MJ/KR)
                     Note: All songs but The Last Time are probably rehearsals. Aired on the 11th March.
                               The Last Time was repeated on 13th July (see 650713) and 25th December.

5th March - 18th March: 5th England Tour.

650305B  5th March: London, Edmonton, Regal Theatre (1st show)
650305C  5th March: London, Edmonton, Regal Theatre (2nd show)
650306A  6th March: Liverpool, Empire Theatre (1st show)
650306B  6th March: Liverpool, Empire Theatre (2nd show)
650307A  7th March: Manchester, Palace Theatre (1st show)
650307B  7th March: Manchester, Palace Theatre (2nd show)

650307C  5th - 7th March: London, Liverpool & Manchester. Recording of six shows by
                   Glyn Johns on three-track tape for the upcoming EP 'Got Live if You Want It'. Incl.
                   [- Show Intro/We Want The Stones 1 (Nanker Phelge) -Live In England '65-version]
                    - [We Want The Stones 2 (Nanker Phelge)] -Got Live If You Want It-version
                    - Everybody Needs Somebody To Love/Pain In My Heart 1 (Russell/Burke/Wexler)
                         (Allen Toussaint) -Got Live If You Want It-version
                     - Everybody Needs Somebody To Love/Pain In My Heart 2(Russell/Burke/Wexler)
                         (Allen Toussaint) -Charlie Is My Darling Soundtrack-version
                     - Everybody Needs Somebody To Love/Pain In My Heart 3 (Russell/Burke/Wexler)
                         (Allen Toussaint) -Live In England '65-version
                     - Down The Road Apiece (Tony Raye) -Live In England '65-version
                     - I'm Alright 1 (Ellas McDaniel) -Got Live If You Want It-version
                     - I’m Alright 2 (Ellas McDaniel) -Charlie Is My Darling Soundtrack-version
                     - I’m Alright 3 (Ellas McDaniel) -unmixed version 2; Live In England '65-version;
                     - Off The Hook (Nanker Phelge) -Live In England '65-version
                     - Charlie's Intro To Little Red Rooster (Live In England '65-version)
                     - Little Red Rooster (Wilie Dixon) -Live In England '65-version
                     - Route 66 1 (Bobby Troup) -Got Live If You Want It-version
                     - Route 66 2 (Bobby Troup) -Live In England '65-version
                     - I'm Moving On 1 (Hank Snow) -Got Live If You Want It-version
                     - I’m Moving On 2 (Hank Snow) -Live In England '65-version
                     - The Last Time 1 (MJ/KR) -Charlie Is My Darling Soundtrack-version
                     - The Last Time 2 (MJ/KR) -Live In England '65-version
                     - Everybody Needs Somebody To Love (Russell/Burke/Wexler) -Live In England
                         '65-version
                     Note: We want The Stones consists of fan-screaming only (carefully credited to
                               Nanker Phelge - the Rolling Stones’ group-pseudonym).
                               The Charlie Is My Darling-soundtrack and Live In England '65-tracks were
                               released in November 2012 (see 121101A)

650308A  8th March: Scarborough, Futurist Theatre (1st show)
650308B  8th March: Scarborough, Futurist Theatre (2nd show)
650309A  9th March: Sunderland, Odeon Theatre (1st show)
650309B  9th March: Sunderland, Odeon Theatre (2nd show)
650310A  10th March: Huddersfield, ABC Theatre (1st show)
650310B  10th March: Huddersfield, ABC Theatre (2nd show)

650311A  11th March: UK TV (Granada) 'Scene At 6.30', Manchester.
                    - The Last Time (MJ/KR)

650311B  11th March: UK TV (Granada) 'In The North', Manchester.

650311C  11th March: UK radio (BBC) 'Sights And Sounds Of London'.
                    - interview with BJ (backstage at City Hall)
                    Note: Broadcast on the 9th May.

650311D  11th March: UK TV (Granada).
                    - interview with MJ by Michael Parkinson

650311E  11th  March : Sheffield, City Hall (1st show)
650311F  11th  March: Sheffield, City Hall (2nd show)
650312A  12th  March: Leicester, Trocadero Theatre (1st show)
650312B  12th  March: Leicester, Trocadero Theatre (2nd show)
650313A  13th  March: Rugby, Granada Theatre (1st show)
650313B  13th  March: Rugby, Granada Theatre (2nd show)
650314A  14th  March: Rochester, Odeon Theatre (1st show)
650314B  14th  March: Rochester, Odeon Theatre (2nd show)
650315A  15th  March: Guildford, Odeon Theatre (1st show)
650315B  15th  March: Guildford, Odeon Theatre (2nd show)

650316A  16th March: UK radio (BBC) 'Melody Fare', Greenford.
                    - interview with BJ
                    Broadcast on the 18th March.

650316B  16th March: Greenford, Granada Theatre (1st show)
650316C  16th March: Greenford, Granada Theatre (2nd show)
                    Note: Recorded by Glyn Johns for the upcoming live EP.

650317A  17th March: Southend-on-Sea, Odeon Theatre (1st show)
650317B  17th March: Southend-on-Sea, Odeon Theatre (2nd show)
650318A  18th March: Romford, ABC Theatre (1st show)
650318B  18th March: Romford, ABC Theatre (2nd show)

650300A  March: UK radio (Radio London)
                   - MJ says goodbye to Radio London
                   - interview with BJ

650321A  21st March: UK TV (ABC) 'Thank Your Lucky Stars', Alpha Studios, Birmingham.
                   Host: Brian Matthew.
                   - The Last Time (MJ/KR) -playback
                   - Play With Fire (Nanker Phelge) -playback
                   - Off The Hook (Nanker Phelge) -playback.
                   - Everybody Needs Somebody To Love (Russell/Burke/Wexler)
                   Note: Televised on the 27th March.

650325A  25th March: UK TV (BBC) 'Top Of The Pops', London.
                   - The Last Time (MJ/KR)
                   Note: The Stones weren’t in the studio, BBC aired stills over the recording from the
                              4th March instead.

650325B  25th March: Danish TV ( ), Copenhagen.
                   - interview with all five Stones by Mogens Vemmer

650326A  26th March: JOEY PAIGE.
                    7" single (Fontana TF 554). Producer: Sonny Bono. Sound engineer: Stan Ross.
                    Recorded in Los Angeles around the 18th January.
                    A: ‘Cause I'm In Love With You (BW/Brian Cade) -composer credit only
                    [B: Yeah, Yeah, Yeah (Sonny Bono)]
                    Line-up: Joey Paige (bass, maybe voc)/Sonny Bono (voc, harm) & others
                    Note: Also existing is a US promo-single with a spoken intro by BW (on side A)
                              on Tollie Records 9045.

650300B  March: DONNA LYNN.
                    7" single (Capitol Records 5378, -US). Producer: Si Rady.
                    A: I'd Much Rather Be With The Girls (KR/Andrew Oldham) -composer credit
                    [B: I'm Sorry, More Than You Know (Jack Wolf/Bugs Bower)]
                    Note: =I'd Much Rather Be With The Boys with reversed genders.

26th March - 3rd April: Scandinavian Tour.

650326B  26th March: Odense, Denmark, Fyens Forum (1st show)
650326C  26th March: Odense, Denmark, Fyens Forum (2nd show)
650328A  28th March: Copenhagen, Denmark, Tivoli Konsertsal (1st show)
650328B  28th March: Copenhagen, Denmark, Tivoli Konsertsal (2nd show)
650330A  30th March: Copenhagen, Denmark, Tivoli Konsertsal (1st show)
650330B  30th March: Copenhagen, Denmark, Tivoli Konsertsal (2nd show)

650331A  31st March: Gothenburg, Sweden, Hotel Park Avenue. Press conference.

650331B  31st March: Gothenburg, Sweden, Masshallen (1st show)
650331C  31st March: Gothenburg, Sweden, Masshallen (2nd show)
                   Note: One show incl. (Everybody Needs Somebody To Love-Tell Me/
                             Around And Around/Time Is On My Side/It's All Over Now/Little
                             Red Rooster/Route 66/The Last Time)

650331D  31st March: Swedish TV ( ), Gothenburg. Incl.
                   - arrival at Save Airport, Gothenburg
                   - footage of press conference at Park Avenue Hotel

650401A  1st April: Stockholm, Hotel Palace. Press conference.

650401B  1st April: Stockholm, Sweden, Kungliga Tennishallen (1st show)

650401C  1st April: Swedish radio (P2) 'Pop 65'. Host: Klaes Burling.
                    - interviews with all five Stones (recorded backstage between gigs)
                    - San Francisco Bay Blues (Jesse Fuller) -KR (gtr, voc) & BW (voc) -in the
                         background
                    Note: Broadcast on the 4th April.

650401D  1st April: Stockholm, Sweden, Kungliga Tennishallen (2nd show)

650401E  1st April: Swedish TV (STV1), newscast, incl.
                    - arrival of MJ, BW & CW at Bromma Airport, Stockholm
                    - footage of press conference at Hotel Palace
                    - footage from the hotel room & backstage before the show

650402A  2nd April: Swedish TV or radio ( ), Stockholm. Host: Klaes Burling.
                    - interview with MJ

650402B  2nd April: Swedish TV ( ) ‘Popside’, Stockholm. Playback.
                    - Everybody Needs Somebody To Love (Russell/Burke/Wexler)
                    - Tell Me (MJ/KR)
                    - Words by MJ
                    - Around And Around (Chuck Brerry)
                    - CW's introduction bit
                    - Little Red Rooster (Willie Dixon)
                    - The Last Time (MJ/KR)
                    Note: Televised on the 8th April.

650402C  2nd April: Stockholm, Sweden, Kungliga Tennishallen (unsure)

650409A  9th April: UK TV (ARTV) 'Ready, Steady, Goes Live!', Wembley.
                    - Everybody Needs Somebody To Love/Pain In My Heart (Bert Russell/
                        Solomon Burke/Jerry Wexler)(Allen Toussaint)
                    - I'm Alright (Ellas McDaniel)
                    - The Last Time (MJ/KR)

650411A  11th April: Wembley, Empire Pool, 'NME Poll Winners Concert'.
                    - Everybody Needs Somebody To Love/Pain In My Heart (Bert Russell/
                        Solomon Burke/Jerry Wexler)(Allen Toussaint)
                    - Around And Around (Chuck Berry)
                    - The Last Time (MJ/KR)
                    Note: The whole show was filmed (see 650418A).

650400A  April: UK cinema-newscast (Movietone News) ‘With It At Wembley’, incl.
                   - The Last Time (MJ/KR) -NME 11.4.65, part only

650416A  16th April: Paris, France, L'Olympia

650417A  17th April: Paris, France, Club au Golf Drouot. Press conference.

650417B  17th April: French radio ( ), incl.
                    - interview with MJ (from press conference)
                    Note: Aired on an unknown date.

650417C  17th April: Paris, France, L'Olympia

650418A  18th April: UK TV (ABC & ITV) 'The Big Beat '65', Wembley. Incl.
                     - The Last Time (MJ/KR) -Wembley Empire Pool 11.4.65
                     + probably more of their set (see 650411A)

650418B  18th April: Paris, France, L'Olympia
                    (Everybody Needs Somebody To Love-Around And Around/Off The Hook/
                     Time Is On My Side/Carol/It's All Over Now/Little Red Rooster/Route 66/
                     Everybody Needs Somebody To Love/The Last Time/I'm Alright/Craw-Dad)
                    Note: Author of 'Craw-Dad' is Ellas McDaniel (a/k/a Bo Diddley).

650418C  18th April: French radio (Europe 1) 'Musicorama', Paris.
                    - live-broadcast of the L'Olympia-gig of the same day
                    - interview with BJ and probably more Stones

650422A  22nd April: Canadian TV (CFCF) 'Like Young', incl.
                    - interview with all five Stones by Jim McKenna (Montreal, Hotel Maritime)
                    Note: Broadcast on the 24th April. Re-broadcast on the 7th December, 1989.

650422B  22nd April: Canadian radio ( ), Montreal.
                    - interview with one or more Stones

23rd April - 29th May: 3rd North American tour.

650423A 23rd April: Montreal, Canada, Maurice Richard Arena

650424A  24th April: Canadian TV (CBC) ‘Saturday Date’, Ottawa.
                   - interview with KR, MJ, CW and BJ

650424B  24th April: Ottawa, Canada, YMCA Auditorium

650425A  25th April: Canadian TV ( ), Toronto.
                   - interview with one or more Stones (backstage)

650425B  25th April: Canadian radio ( ), Toronto.
                   - interview with one or more Stones (backstage)

650425C  25th April: Toronto, Canada, Maple Leaf Gardens

650426A  26th April: London, Canada, Treasure Island Gardens. Press conference.

650426B  26th April: Canadian TV ( ), London.
                    - interview with one or more Stones

650426C  26th April: Canadian radio ( ), London.
                    - interview with one or more Stones

650426D  26th April: London, Canada, Treasure Island Gardens
                   Note: A short private 8mm-film is reported to exist.

650427A  27th April: Canadian radio (WRTY), London.
                   - interview with one or more Stones

650428A  28th April: New York. Rehearsals for 'The Ed Sullivan Show'.

650429A  29th April: Canadian radio (WTRY), Albany.
                    - interview with one or more Stones

650429B  29th April: Albany, New York, Palace Theatre (1st show)
650429C  29th April: Albany, New York, Palace Theatre (2nd show)

650430A  30th April: US radio (WDIC), Hartford.
                    - interview with one or more Stones

650430B  30th April: Worcester, Massachusetts, Memorial Auditorium
650501A  1st May: New York City, Academy Of Music
650501B  1st May: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Convention Hall

650502A  2nd May: US TV (CBS) 'Ed Sullivan Show', New York.
                   - The Last Time (MJ/KR)
                   - Little Red Rooster (Willie Dixon)
                   - Everybody Needs Somebody To Love (Russell/Burke/Wexler)
                   - 2120 South Michigan Avenue (Nanker Phelge)

650503A  3rd May: US TV (WPIX Channel 11) 'The Clay Cole Show', New York City.
                   Telerecording of interviews and six tracks, incl.
                   - The Last Time (MJ/KR) -playback
                   - Little Red Rooster (Willie Dixon) -playback
                   - interview with The Rolling Stones by Clay Cole
                   - Down The Road Apiece (Don Raye)
                   + The Stones answering questions from the audience
                   Note: Aired on May 29 in a ‘The Beatles vs. The Rolling Stones’-special.

650504A  4th May: Statesboro, Georgia, Southern College, Hanner Gymnasium
650506A  6th May: Clearwater, Florida, Jack Russell Stadium
650507A  7th May: Birmingham, Alabama, Legion Field Stadium
650508A  8th May: Jacksonville, Florida, Coliseum

650509A  9th May: Chicago, Arie Crown Theater (backstage). Press conference.

650509B  9th May: Chicago, Illinois, Arie Crown Theater, McCormick Place

650510A  10th May: Chicago, Chess Studios. Producer: Andrew Oldham. Sound engineer:
                    Ron Malo.
                    - Mercy Mercy II (Don Covay/Ronnie Miller) -Out Of Our Heads-version
                    - Satisfaction I (MJ/KR) -early version with harmonica
                    - That's How Strong My Love Is (Roosevelt Jamison) -STU on piano;
                          Out Of Our Heads-version
                    - Try Me (James Brown) -STU on piano and organ; unverified
                    - The Under Assistant West Coast Promotion Man I (Nanker Phelge) -STU on
                          piano, 7“-version
                    - The Under Assistant West Coast Promotion Man II (Nanker Phelge) -STU on
                          piano, extended The London Years-version (on CD in 1989)

650511A  11th May: US radio (KHJLA), Los Angeles.
                    - interview with one or more Stones

650511B  11th - 12th May: Los Angeles, RCA Studios, Hollywood. Producer Andrew
                   Oldham. Sound engineer: Dave Hassinger.
                    - Cry To Me (Bert Russell) -STU on piano, Jack Nitzsche on organ;
                        Out Of Our Heads-version
                    - Good Times II (Sam Cooke) -STU on marimbas, with additional backing vocals
                         by Christine Ohlman (added in the early 70's); Necrophilia-version
                     - I've Been Loving You Too Long I (Otis Redding/Jerry Butler) -STU on
                         organ; clean Collector’s Only-version
                    - My Girl I (Smokey Robinson/Ronnie White) -without strings
                    - One More Try (MJ/KR) -STU on piano; Out Of Our Heads-version
                    - Satisfaction II (MJ/KR) -Jack Nitzsche on percussion; instrumental backing track
                    - Satisfaction III (MJ/KR) -Jack Nitzsche on percussion; mono 7“-version
                    - Satisfaction IV (MJ/KR) -Jack Nitzsche on percussion; edit of mono 7“-version
                    - Satisfaction V (MJ/KR) -Jack Nitzsche on percussion and piano; stereo version,
                         released on Hot Rocks-CD
                    - The Spider And The Fly (MJ/KR) -7“ version
                    Additional musician: Jack Nitzsche an piano, organ and percussion

650514A  14th May: San Francisco, California, New Civic Auditorium

650515A  15th May: US TV (ABC) 'Hollywood A Go-Go', Los Angeles. Playback.
                    - Oh Baby (Barbara Lynn Ozen)
                    - interview with MJ & BJ
                    - Play With Fire (Nanker Phelge)
                    - The Last Time (MJ/KR)
                    Note: Telecast on the 22nd May.

650515B  15th May: US radio (KMEN), San Bernardino.
                    - interview with one or more Stones

650515C  15th May: San Bernardino, California, Swing Auditorium

650516A  16th May: US TV (ABC) 'Shivaree', Los Angeles. Playback.
                    - Play With Fire (Nanker Phelge)
                    - The Last Time (MJ/KR)
                    - Down The Road Apiece (Don Raye)
                    - Little Red Rooster (Willie Dixon)
                    Note: Play With Fire and The Last Time were telecast on the 5th June
                              (and repeated on the 28th August), the other two songs were
                              aired on the 10th July (and repeated on the 11th December).

650516B  16th May: Long Beach, California, Arena, incl.
                   (Everybody Needs Somebody To Love/Around And Around/Off The Hook/
                     Little Red Rooster/The Last Time & probably more)

650516C  16th May: Los Angeles, California, Action Club.
                    BJ plays harmonica with a local band.

650517A  17th May: San Diego, California, Convention Hall, Community Concourse

650518A  18th May: Los Angeles, RCA Studios. Producer: Andrew Oldham. Sound
                    engineer: Dave Hassinger. Preparing of backing tracks for Shindig!
                    - Little Red Rooster (Willie Dixon)
                    - The Last Time (MJ/KR)
                    - Play With Fire (Nanker Phelge)

650520A  20th May: US TV (ABC) 'Shindig!', Los Angeles. Host: Jimmy O' Neill.
                   - Down The Road Apiece (Don Raye) -live; Billy Preston on keyboards
                   - Little Red Rooster (Willie Dixon) -live vocals on prepared backing track
                   - The Last Time (MJ/KR) -live vocals on prepared backing track
                   - Play With Fire (Nanker Phelge) -live vocals on prepared backing track
                   - Satisfaction (MJ/KR) -mimed to rejected version I from Chess 10th May 1965
                   Note: Telecast on the 26th May.
                             The backing tracks to which the Stones were miming to were
                              recorded two days prior to the telerecording at RCA Studios, L.A.

650520B  20th May: HOWLIN' WOLF. US TV (ABC) 'Shindig!', Los Angeles.
                   - interview with MJ & BJ by Jimmy O' Neill (about Howlin' Wolf and LRR)
                   - How Many More Years (Chester Burnett)
                   Line-up: The Rolling Stones (some handclaps)/Howlin Wolf (voc, harm)/Billy
                                   Preston (p)/James Burton (gtr)/Joey Cooper (gtr)/Chuck Blackwell
                                   (dr)/Delaney Bramlett (bass)

650521A  21st May: VASHTI.
                   7" single (Decca F 12157). Producer: Andrew Oldham for Andesound.
                   Musical director: David Whittaker.
                   A: Some Things Just Stick In Your Mind (MJ/KR) -composer credits
                   [B: I Want To Be Alone (Vashti Bunyan)]

650521B  21st May: San Jose, California, Civic Auditorium

650522A  22nd May: Fresno, California, Ratcliffe Stadium, Municipal Auditorium
                   Note: A short silent b&w private film exists.

650522B  22rd May: Sacramento, California, Municipal Auditorium

650528A  28th May: THEE.
                   7" single: (Decca F 12163). Producer: Richard Lloyd/Reg King Production.
                   Arranged by David Whittaker (A), [Reg King (B)].
                   A: Each And Every Day Of The Year (MJ/KR) -composer credits
                   [B: There You Go (Reg King/Andy Mitchell)]

650529A  29th May: New York City, Academy Of Music (1st show)
650529B  29th May: New York City, Academy Of Music (2nd show)
650529C  29th May: New York City, Academy Of Music (3rd show)

650604A  4th June: UK TV (ARTV) 'Ready, Steady, Goes Live!', Wembley. Host:
                   Cathy McGowan.
                    - Oh Baby (Barbara Lynn Ozen)
                   - Good Times (Sam Cooke)
                   - I’m Moving On (Hank Snow)
                   - I’m Alright (Ellas McDaniel)
                   - Play With Fire (Nanker Phelge)
                   Note: Some of the listed songs are unsure.

650605A  5th June: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   7“ single (London 9766, -US). Producer: Andrew Oldham.
                   A: Satisfaction (MJ/KR)
                   B: The Under Assistant West Coast Promotion Man (Nanker Phelge)
                   Note: Both tracks previously unreleased in the UK.
                   Line-up ‘Satisfaction’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/BJ (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW
                                (dr)/Jack Nitzsche (tamb)
                   Line-up ‘West Coast Promo Man’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr)/BJ (harm)/BW (bass)/
                                CW (dr)/STU (p)

650606A  6th June: UK TV (ABC) 'Thank Your Lucky Stars', Alpha Studios, Birmingham.
                   Host: Brian Matthew.
                   - I’m Alright (Ellas McDaniel) -playback
                   - I’m Moving On (Hank Snow) -playback
                   - Route 66 (Bobby Troup)
                   Note: Televised on the 12th June.

650610A  10th June: UK TV (BBC) 'Top Of The Pops', Manchester.
                    - I’m Alright (Ellas McDaniel) -playback

650611A  11th June: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   EP ‘Got Live If You Want It’ (Decca DFE 8620). Producer: Andrew Oldham.
                   Recorded live on the 5th England Tour (5th - 7th March 1965) by Glyn Johns.
                   A: - [We Want The Stones (Nanker Phelge)]
                        - Everybody Needs Somebody To Love (Russell/Burke/Wexler)/Pain
                            In My Heart (Allen Toussaint)
                        - Route 66 (Bobby Troup)
                   B: - I’m Moving On (Hank Snow)
                        - I’m Alright (Ellas McDaniel)
                   Note: Track A1 consists of fan screaming only  (carefully credited to
                              Nanker Phelge - the Rolling Stones’ group-pseudonym).

15th - 18th June: Scottish Tour.
                 Unverified set: (Route 66/Pain In My Heart/Little Red Rooster/Not Fade Away/It’s All
                                            Over Now/The Last Time/Play With Fire/Come On/Off The Hook)

650615A  15th June: Glasgow, Scotland, Odeon Theatre (1st show)
650615B  15th June: Glasgow, Scotland, Odeon Theatre (2nd show)
650616A  16th June: Edinburgh, Scotland, Usher Hall (1st show)
650616B  16th June: Edinburgh, Scotland, Usher Hall (2nd show)
650617A  17th June: Aberdeen, Scotland, Capitol Theatre (1st show)
650617B  17th June: Aberdeen, Scotland, Capitol Theatre (2nd show)
650618A  18th June: Dundee, Scotland, Caird Hall (1st show)
650618B  18th June: Dundee, Scotland, Caird Hall (2nd show)

650621A  21st June: UK radio (BBC) 'Teen Scene', London.
                   - interview with one or more Stones (recorded in Scotland)

650621B  21st June: UK radio (BBC) 'Woman's Hour', London.
                   - interview with one or more Stones (recorded in Scotland)

650623A  23rd June: Norwegian TV ( ) 'News', Oslo.
                   - interview with one or more Stones (on Oslo’s airport)

650624A  24th June: Oslo, Norway, Hotel Viking. Press conference.

24th - 29th June: 2nd Scandinavian Tour.

650624B  24th June: Oslo, Norway, Messehallen Skoyen (1st show), unverified set:
                  (Everybody Needs Somebody To Love-Pain In My Heart/I'm Moving On/
                    I'm Alright/The Last Time/Little Red Rooster/Time Is On My Side/
                    Around And Around/Route 66)

650624C  24th June: Oslo, Norway Messehallen Skyoen (2nd show)

650624D  24th or 25th June: Norwegian TV (NRK), newscast, incl.
                   - I'm Alright (Ellas McDaniel) -Oslo 24.6.1965, 1st or 2nd show

650625A  25th June: Turku, Finland, Hotel Turku. Press conference.

650625B  25th June: Pori, Finland, Yyteri Beach
                   Note: Partly filmed by Finnish broadcasting coorperation YLE.
                             Also some private colour footage exists.

650626A  26th June: Denish TV ( ), newscast. Incl.
                  - arrival at the Airport Kobenhavns Luvthavn, Copenhagen

650626B  26th June: Copenhagen, Denmark, Falkoner Centret, A Hall (1st show)
650626C  26th June: Copenhagen, Denmark, Falkoner Centret, A Hall (2nd show)

650627A  27th June: Swedish radio (Radio Syd) 'Sondagsportrattet', Northsea,
                   between Copenhagen and Malmo.
                   -interview with MJ, KR & BJ

650629A  29th June: Swedish radio ( ), Malmo.
                   - interview with CW

650629B  29th June: Malmo, Sweden, Baltiska Hallen (1st show)
650629C  29th June: Malmo, Sweden, Baltiska Hallen (2nd show)

650629D  29th June: Malmo, Sweden, Club Bongo
                   MJ, KR, BJ jam with members of The Gonks and The Namelosers.
                   Note: Some super 8-footage of the party afterwards exists (see 060300A).

650707A  7th - 10th July: Los Angeles, RCA Studios, Hollywood. Producer: Andrew
                   Oldham. Sound Engineer: Dave Hassinger.
                   Note: Recordings and mixing for the UK-version of the LP 'Out Of Our
                             Heads', see 650905A for track listing.

650710A  10th July: Luxemburgian radio (Radio Luxembourg) ‘Battle Of The Giants -
                    The Rolling Stones vs. The Beatles’.

650713A  13th July: UK TV (BBC1) 'The World Of Jimmy Savile', London. Incl.
                    - interview with BJ (recorded at TOTP 10.6.65)
                    - The Last Time (MJ/KR) -from TOTP 4.3.65, part only

650715A  15th July: UK cinema-newscast (Movietone News) ‘Rolling Stones Get Award’, incl.
                    - BJ, BW & CW get an award from Radio Luxembourg by Anita Harris
                        (London, Thames River, M/S Kingswood)
                    Note: Shown later in British cinemas.

650716A  16th July: THE MIGHTY AVENGERS.
                   7" single (Decca F 12198). Producer: Andrew Oldham for Andesound.
                   A: Sleepy City (MJ/KR) -composer credits
                   [B: Sir Edward And Lady Jane (Andrew Oldham)]

650716B  16th July: Exeter, Odeon Theatre (1st show)
650716C  16th July: Exeter, Odeon Theatre (2nd show)
650717A  17th July: Portsmouth, Guildhall (1st show)
650717B  17th July: Portsmouth, Guildhall (2nd show)

650718A  18th July: Bournemouth, Gaumont Theatre (1st show)
650718B  18th July: Bournemouth, Gaumont Theatre (2nd show)
                    Note: Some silent super 8 pre-show-footage from Bournemouth exists (see
                              091019A).

650721A  21st July: London, R.G. Jones Studio.
                   BW works on some unidentified extracurricular project.

650722A  22nd July: UK TV (ITV) ITN-newscast, incl.
                   Footage of the Stones attending a London court for insulting behaviour.

650722B  22nd July: UK radio (BBC), ‘Streets Of London’.
                   - interview with MJ, BJ & BW
                   Note: Broadcast by BBC World Service on the 23rd July.

650725A  25th July: Great Yarmouth, ABC Theatre (1st show)
650725B  25th July: Great Yarmouth, ABC Theatre (2nd show)

650726A  26th July: UK TV (ABC) 'Thank Your Lucky Stars', Birmingham.
                   - Satisfaction (MJ/KR)
                   Note: Televised on the 1st August.

650726B  26th July: Leicester, ABC Hall (1st show)
650726C  26th July: Leicester, ABC Hall (2nd show)

650728A  28th July: London, Twickenham Studios. Filming of promofilms.
                    - Satisfaction (MJ/KR) -playback, with line 'trying to make some girl' cut out
                    - Mercy Mercy (Don Covay/Ronnie Miller)
                    - Hitch Hike (Marvin Gaye/William Stevenson/Clarence Paul)
                    - That’s How Strong My Love Is (Roosevelt Jamison)
                    - Good Times (MJ/KR) -playback
                    - Cry To Me (Bert Russell)
                    + impromptu jam session (unverified)
                    Note: Satisfaction (with line “trying to make some girl“ cut out) was aired on the
                              US TV programme ‘Shindig’ on the 16th September. Good Times and
                              Mercy Mercy were aired on ‘Shindig’on the 6th November.

650730A  30th July: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   LP ‘Out Of Our Heads’ (London PS 429 -US). Producer: Andrew Oldham.
                   A: - Mercy, Mercy (Don Covay/Ronnie Miller)*
                        - Hitch Hike (Marvin Gaye/William Stevenson/Clarence Paul)*
                        - The Last Time (MJ/KR) 
                        - That’s How Strong My Love Is (Roosevelt Jamison)*
                        - Good Times (Sam Cooke)*
                        - I’m Alright (Ellas McDaniel)
                   B: - Satisfaction (MJ/KR)*
                        - Cry To Me (Bert Russell)*
                        - The Under Assistant West Coast Promotion Man (Nanker Phelge)
                        - Play With Fire (Nanker Phelge)
                        - The Spider And The Fly (MJ/KR)*
                        - One More Try (MJ/KR)*
                  Note: The songs marked with a star were previously unreleased.
                  Line-up ‘Mercy Mercy’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/BJ (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)
                  Line-up ‘Hitch Hike’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/BJ (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)
                  Line-up ‘That’s How Strong…’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr)/BJ (org)/BW (bass)/CW
                                (dr)/STU (p)
                  Line-up ‘Good Times’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/BJ (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)/
                                STU (marimbas)
                  Line-up ‘I’m Alright’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/BJ (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)
                  Line-up ‘Cry To Me’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr)/BJ (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)/
                                STU (p)/Jack Nitzsche (org)
                  Line-up ‘The Spider And The Fly’: MJ (voc, harm)/KR (gtr)/BJ (gtr)/BW
                                (bass)/CW (dr)
                  Line-up ‘One More Try’: MJ (voc, harm)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/BJ (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW
                                (dr)/STU (p)

650731A  31st July: Luxemburgian radio (Radio Luxembourg) ‘Meet The Rolling Stones’-special.

650801A  1st August: London, Palladium. Pre-show rehearsals.
                    Note: Some silent super 8-footage from these rehearsals exists (see 091019A).

650801B  1st August: London, Palladium (1st show)
650801C  1st August: London, Palladium (2nd show)

650811A  11th August: US TV (ABC) 'Shindig!. Incl.
                    - Down The Road Apiece (Don Raye) -promofilm
                    - Oh Baby (Barbara Lynn Ozen) -promofilm

650817A  17th August: London, Olympic Sound Studios. Producer: Andrew Oldham.
                    Revision of Eric Clapton & Jimmy Page-recordings from June 1965.
                    - Choker (Eric Clapton/Jimmy Page) -with BW
                    - Draggin' My Tail (Eric Clapton/Jimmy Page) -with BW, MJ & STU
                    - Snake Drive (Eric Clapton/Jimmy Page) -with BW
                    - West Coast Idea (Eric Clapton/Jimmy Page) -with BW, MJ & STU
                    Line-up: MJ (harm)/STU (p)/BW (bass)/Eric Clapton (gtr)/Jimmy Page (gtr)/
                                   Chris Winters (dr)

650818A  18th August: UK TV (BBC) 'News'.
                    MJ as best man at the wedding of David Bailey and Catherine Deneuve.

650819A  19th August: NICO.
                   7" single (Immediate IM 003). Producer side A: Jimmy Page. Producer side B:
                   Andrew Oldham. Arrangeur and musical director: David Whittaker.
                   A: The Last Mile (Andrew Oldham/Jimmy Page)
                   B: I'm Not Sayin' (Gordon Lightfoot)
                   Line-up: BJ (gtr on side A and/or side B; unsure)/Nico (voc)/Jimmy Page
                                 (gtr)/Eric Ford (bass)/Andy White (dr)/David Sinclair Whittaker
                                  Orchestra (all other instruments)

650819B  19th August: UK TV (BBC) 'Top Of The Pops', Manchester.
                    - Satisfaction (MJ/KR) -playback
                    - interview with MJ & BW
                    Note: Televised on the 2nd, 9th, 16th, 30th September and 25th December.

650820A  20th August: UK radio (BBC) 'Yeh! Yeh!', London. Host: Tony Hall.
                   - Mercy Mercy (Don Covay/Ron Miller)
                   - Oh Baby (Barbara Lynn Ozen)
                   - Satisfaction (MJ/KR)
                   - The Spider And The Fly (MJ/KR)
                   Note: Broadcast on the 30th August.

650820C  20th August: UK radio (BBC) 'Saturday Club', London. Host: Brian Matthew.
                    - Satisfaction (MJ/KR) -same as in 650820B
                    - The Spider And The Fly (MJ/KR) -same as in 650820B
                    - Oh Baby (Barbara Lynn Ozen) -same as in 650820B
                    - Cry To Me (Bert Russell)
                    - Fannie Mae (Buster Brown)
                    - interview with MJ
                    Note: Broadcast on the 18th September.

650822A  22nd August: Scarborough, Futurist Theatre (1st show)
650822B  22nd August: Scarborough, Futurist Theatre (2nd show)

650823A  23rd August: UK TV (ARTV) 'Ready Steady, Go - Live!', Manchester.
                   - Mercy Mercy (Don Covay/Ron Miller)
                   - Cry To Me (Bert Russell)
                   - Satisfaction (MJ/KR)
                   - Apache (Jerry Lordan) -without MJ; as closing music
                   Note: Televised on the 27th August.

650823B  23rd August: UK TV (Granada) 'Scene At 6.30', Manchester.
                   - Satisfaction (MJ/KR) -playback

650826A  26th August: THE END. London, IBC Studios. Producer: BW & Glyn Johns. Incl.
                   - Hey Little Girl (Dave Brown/Colin Giffin)
                   - I Can’t Get Any Joy (Dave Brown/Colin Giffin)
                   - Searching For My Baby (Dave Brown/Colin Giffin)
                   Line-up: Dave Brown (voc, bass)/Colin Giffin (gtr, sax, voc)/Nicky
                                  Graham (org, voc)/Roger Groom (dr)/John Horton (sax)

650829A  29th August: UK TV (ABC) 'Lucky Stars Summer Spin', Birmingham, Alpha Studios.
                   - Satisfaction (MJ/KR) -playback
                   Note: Televised on the 4th September.

650800A  August: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   7“ single (London HIT 511, -Japan). Producer: Andrew Oldham.
                   A: Satisfaction (MJ/KR) -edit
                   B: The Under Assistant West Coast Promotion Man (Nanker Phelge)
                   Note: Matrix number should be DSt 1155-11.

650902A  2nd September: UK TV (ARTV) 'Ready Steady, Go - The Rolling Stones
                   Special Show, Live!', Wembley. Host: Cathy McGowan.
                   - I Got You Babe (Sonny Bono) -playback with Andrew Oldham & Cathy McGowan.
                   - Oh Baby (Barbara Lynn Ozen) -STU on piano
                   - That's How Strong My Love Is (Roosevelt Jamison)
                   - Satisfaction (MJ/KR)
                   - interviews with all Stones
                   - BW introduces The Preachers
                   Note: Televised on the 10th September. I Got You Babe is a parody on the Sonny &
                             Cher-hit.

650903A  3rd September: THE PREACHERS.
                   7" single (Columbia DB 7680). Producer: BW. Recorded in August in London at Pye
                   Recording Studios.
                   A: Hole In My Soul (Sascha Burland)
                   B: Too Old In The Head (Tony Chapman)
                   Line-up: Peter Gosling (voc, keyb)/Peter Frampton (voc, gtr)/Peter Lynton
                                  (gtr)/Pete Atwood (bass)/Tony Chapman (dr)/Ken Leamon (sax)

3rd & 4th September: Short Irish tour.
                   Note: Many events from the tour were filmed for the upcoming Charlie Is My
                             Darling-documentary by Peter Whitehead.

650903B  3rd September: Dublin, Ireland, Adelphi Theatre (backstage)
                   - some guitar riffs by BJ (backstage, Dublin 3.9.65)

650903C  3rd September: Dublin, Ireland, Adelphi Theatre (1st show)
650903D  3rd September: Dublin, Ireland, Adelphi Theatre (2nd show)
                   One or both shows included:
                    - The Last Time (MJ/KR)
                    - Time Is On My Side (Jerry Ragavoy/Jimmy Norman)
                    - I'm Alright (Ellas McDaniel)

650903E  3rd or 4th September: Dublin or Belfast.
                   - interview with BW
                   - interview with CW
                   - interview with BJ (and CW)
                   - interview with MJ

650904A  4th September, Ireland or Northern Ireland, on a train from Dublin to Belfast
                    - Where Will The Dimple Be (Bob Merrill/Al Hoffman)
                    - By The Beautiful Sea (Harry Carroll/Harold Atteridge)
                    - She Wears Red Feathers (Bob Merrill)
                    - "Rock'n Roll Train" (title unsure)
                    - Maybe It's Because I'm A Londoner (Hubert Gregg)
                    Line-up: KR (voc)/MJ (voc)/BJ (maybe some voc)/Andrew Oldham (voc)

650904B  4th September: Belfast, Northern Ireland, ABC Theatre (backstage)
                    - unidentified song or improvisation ( ) -KR (gtr), MJ and/or KR (voc) -origin
                         unsure
                    - interview with MJ, BJ, KR (& BW)
                    - Salty Dog (Trad.) -KR (gtr, voc), BJ (voc) & CW (voc)
                    - Needle Of Death (Bert Jansch) -KR (gtr)

650904C  4th September: Belfast, Northern Ireland, ABC Theatre (1st show)
650904D  4th September: Belfast, Northern Ireland, ABC Theatre (2nd show)
                   One or both shows included:
                    - Everybody Needs Somebody To Love/Pain In My Heart (Russell/Burke/Wexler)
                         (Allen Toussaint)
                    - Around And Around (Chuck Berry)
                    - Satisfaction (MJ/KR)

650904D  4th September: Belfast, unidentified hotel bar. Jam session.
                   - Santa Bring My Baby Back/Treat Me Nice (Aaron Schroeder/Claude
                        De Metrius)(Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller)
                   - Blueberry Hill (Al Lewis/Larry Stock/Vincent Rose)
                   - A Teenager In Love (Doc Pomus/Mort Shuman)
                   - That's When Your Heartaches Begin/Are You Lonesome Tonight (Fred
                         Fisher/William Hill/William Raskin)(Roy Turk/Lou Handman)
                   - I Feel Fine (John Lennon/Paul McCartney)
                   Line-up: MJ (voc)/KR (p, voc)/Andrew Oldham (some p)

650905A  5th September: Los Angeles, RCA Studios, Hollywood. Producer: Andrew
                   Oldham. Sound engineer: Dave Hassinger.
                    - Get Off Of My Cloud I (MJ/KR) -STU on piano; 7“-version
                    - Get Off Of My Cloud II (MJ/KR) -STU on piano; stereo hand-clap-remix
                        of I, Hot Rocks-CD-version
                    - She Said Yeah (Sonny Christy/Roddy Jackson) -Out Of Our Heads-version
                    - The Singer Not The Song (MJ/KR) -7“-version
                    - Talkin’ ‘Bout You (Chuck Berry) -STU on piano; Out Of Our Heads-version
                    Note: Most or all tracks were already begun in early July (see 650707A).
 
650906A  6th September: Los Angeles, RCA Studios, Hollywood. Producer: Andrew
                   Oldham. Sound engineer: Dave Hassinger.
                    - Blue Turns To Grey III (MJ/KR) -December’s Children-version
                    - Gotta Get Away I (MJ/KR) -unverified accetate-version, auctioned at Sotheby’s
                    - Gotta Get Away II (MJ/KR) -Out Of Our Heads-version
                    - I'm Free (MJ/KR) -James W. Alexander on percussion; Out Of Our Heads-version
                    - Looking Tired (MJ/KR) -STU on piano

650908A  8th September: Douglas, Isle Of Man, Palace Ballroom

11th - 17th September: German Tour.

650911A  11th September: Münster, West-Germany, Halle Münsterland (1st show)
                    Note. A professional shot film with the following songs exists:
                              - Around And Around (Chuck Berry)
                              - The Last Time (MJ/KR)
                              - Satisfaction (MJ/KR)
                              - I’m Alright (Ellas McDaniel)

650911B  11th September: German TV (ZDF) ‘Schaufenster Deutschland’. Report
                    from the first show in Münster, incl.
                    - Satisfaction (MJ/KR) -part only

650911C  11th September: Münster, West-Germany, Halle Münsterland (2nd show)

650911D  September: German newscast for cinemas ‘Deutsche Wochenschau’, incl.
                   - Satisfaction (MJ/KR) -Münster 11.9.65 1st, part only
                   - Around And Around (Chuck Berry) -Münster 11.9.65 1st, part only

650912A  12th September: Essen, West-Germany, Grugahalle (1st show)
650912B  12th September: Essen, West-Germany, Grugahalle (2nd show)

650900A  mid-September: German TV (ZDF) 'Drehscheibe', incl.
                  - Satisfaction (MJ/KR) -Essen 12.9.65, part only

650913A  13th September: Hamburg, Fuhlsbuettel Airport. Arrival of the Rolling Stones.
                    Filmed by director Juergen Roland for the German movie ‘Vier Schlüssel’
                    (premiered in 1966).

650913B  13th September: Hamburg, West-Germany, Ernst-Merck-Halle (1st show)
                   Note: A short policefilm of one of the two shows is reported to exist, incl.
                             - The Last Time (MJ/KR)
                             + one more song
 
650913C  13th September: Hamburg, West-Germany, Ernst-Merck-Halle (2nd show)
                   (Everybody Needs Somebody To Love/Pain In My Heart/Around And
                    Around/Time Is On My Side/I'm Moving On/The Last Time/
                    Satisfaction/I'm Alright)
                   Note: One of the two shows included this setlist.

650900B  mid-September: German TV ( ), Hamburg, incl.
                   - The Last Time (MJ/KR) -Hamburg 13.9.65, part only

650914A  14th September: Munich, West-Germany, Circus Krone, Kronebau (1st show)
650914B  14th September: Munich, West-Germany, Circus Krone, Kronebau (2nd show)

650915A  15th September: Berlin, West-Germany, Waldbühne
                   (Everybody Needs Somebody To Love/Pain In My Heart/Around And Around/
                     Time Is On My Side/I'm Moving On/The Last Time/Satisfaction/I'm Alright)

650916A  16th September: German TV (SFB) 'Berliner Abendschau', Berlin.
                    Report on the Waldbühne-gig. Incl.
                    - Everybody Needs Somebody To Love (Bert Russell/Solomon Burke/Jerry
                         Wexler) -Berlin 15.9.65, part only
                    - interview with Heinrich Albertz (Senator for Security and Order)

650916B  16th September: US TV (ABC) 'Shindig!. Incl.
                    - Satisfaction (MJ/KR) -promo; with line “trying to make some girl“ cut out

650917A  17th September: Vienna, Austria, Stadthalle

650920A  20th September: MOON'S TRAIN. London, IBC Studios. Producer: BW &
                   Glyn Johns. Sound engineer: Glyn Johns. Recording of four tracks:
                   - Gotta Go Catch Me A Woman (BW/Peter Gosling)
                   - It’s In My Mind (Peter Gosling/Tony Chapman)
                   - Marriage Is For Old Folks (Carr/Shuman)
                   - Say What I Mean I (Peter Gosling/Tony Chapman)
                   Line-up: Peter ‘Moon’ Gosling (voc, org)/Peter Lynton (gtr, bass)/Peter Frampton
                                  (voc, gtr)/Tony Chapman (dr)/Ken Leamon (sax, flute)               
                 

650923A  23rd September: UK TV (BBC) 'Top Of The Pops', London.
                   - The Spider And The Fly (MJ/KR)
                   - Cry To Me (Bert Russell)
                   - Satisfaction (MJ/KR)

650923B  23rd September: London, Studio 51. Tour-rehearsals.

650924A  24th September: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   LP ‘Out Of Our Heads’ (Decca SKL 4733). Producer: Andrew Oldham.
                   A: - She Said Yeah (Sonny Christy/Roddy Jackson)*
                        - Mercy, Mercy (Don Covay/Ronnie Miller)
                        - Hitch Hike (Marvin Gaye/William Stevenson/Clarence Paul)
                        - That’s How Strong My Love Is (Roosevelt Jamison)
                        - Good Times (Sam Cooke)
                        - Gotta Get Away (MJ/KR)*
                   B: - Talkin’ ‘Bout You (Chuck Berry)*
                        - Cry To Me (Bert Russell)
                        - Oh Baby (Barbara Lynn Ozen)
                        - Heart Of Stone (MJ/KR)
                        - The Under Assistant West Coast Promotion Man (Nanker/Phelge)
                        - I’m Free (MJ/KR)
                   Note: Only three songs which weren’t already released in the US (marked with a star).
                   Line-up ‘Talkin’ ‘Bout You’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/BJ (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW
                                (dr)/STU (p)
                   Line-up ‘She Said Yeah’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/BJ (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)
                   Line-up ‘Gotta Get Away’: MJ (voc, tamb)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/BJ (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)

24th September - 17th October: 6th British Tour.

650924B  24th September: London, Astoria Theatre, Finsbury Park (backstage)
                    - In The Midnight Hour (Wilson Pickett/Steve Cropper) -BJ on guitar; unverified

650924C  24th September: London, Astoria Theatre, Finsbury Park (1st show)
                   Note: Unconfirmed set:
                   (She Said Yeah/Mercy Mercy/Cry To Me/The Last Time/That's How Strong My
                    Love Is/I'm Moving On/Talkin’ ‘Bout You/Oh Baby/Satisfaction)

650924D  24th September: London, Astoria Theatre, Finsbury Park (2nd show)

650925A  25th September: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   7“ single (London 9792 -US). Producer: Andrew Oldham.
                   A: Get Off Of My Cloud (MJ/KR)
                   B: I’m Free (MJ/KR)
                   Note: Both songs previously unreleased in the UK.
                              Promofilms of I’m Free (directed by Peter Whitehead) and Get Off Of My
                             Cloud are reported to exist.
                   Line-up ‘Get Off Of My Cloud’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/BJ (gtr)/BW (bass)/
                                 CW (dr)/STU (p)
                   Line-up ‘I’m Free’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/BJ (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)/
                                 Jack Nitzsche (org)/James W. Alexander (tamb)

650925B  25th September: Southampton, Gaumont Theatre (1st show)
650925C  25th September: Southampton, Gaumont Theatre (2nd show)
650926A  26th September: Bristol, Colston Hall (1st show)
650926B  26th September: Bristol, Colston Hall (2nd show)
650927A  27th September: Cheltenham, Odeon Theatre (1st show)
650927B  27th September: Cheltenham, Odeon Theatre (2nd show)

650927C  27th September: Cheltenham, unidentified hotel.
                   Members of the Stones jam with members of The Spencer Davis Group.

650928A  28th September: Cardiff, Wales, Capitol Theatre (1st show)
650928B  28th September: Cardiff, Wales, Capitol Theatre (2nd show)

650928C  28th September: UK TV (ITV), Cardiff, Wales, incl.
                   - interview with MJ (probably on the roof of Capitol Theatre)
                   Note: Airing date unknown.

650929A  29th September: Shrewsbury, Granada Theatre (1st show)
650929B  29th September: Shrewsbury, Granada Theatre (2nd show)
650930A  30th September: Hanley, Gaumont Theatre (1st show)
650930B  30th September: Hanley, Gaumont Theatre (2nd show)
651001A  1st October: Chester, ABC Theatre (1st show)

651001B
  1st October: Chester, ABC Theatre (2nd show)
651002A  2nd October: Wigan, ABC Theatre (1st show)
651002B  2nd October: Wigan, ABC Theatre (2nd show)
651003A  3rd October: Manchester, Odeon Theatre (1st show)
651003B  3rd October: Manchester, Odeon Theatre (2nd show)
651004A  4th October: Bradford, Gaumont Theatre (1st show)
651004B  4th October: Bradford, Gaumont Theatre (2nd show)
651005A  5th October: Carlisle, ABC Theatre (1st show)
651005B  5th October: Carlisle, ABC Theatre (2nd show)
651006A  6th October: Glasgow, Scotland, Odeon Theatre (1st show)
651006B  6th October: Glasgow, Scotland, Odeon Theatre (2nd show)
651007A  7th October: Newcastle, City Hall (1st show)
651007B  7th October: Newcastle, City Hall (2nd show)
651008A  8th October: Stockton-on-Tees, ABC Theatre (1st show)
651008B  8th October : Stockton-on-Tees, ABC Theatre (2nd show)
651009A  9th October: Leeds, Odeon Theatre (1st show)
651009B  9th October: Leeds, Odeon Theatre (2nd show)
651010A  10th October: Liverpool, Empire Theatre (1st show)
651010B  10th October: Liverpool, Empire Theatre (2nd show)
651011A  11th October: Sheffield, Gaumont Theatre (1st show)
651011B  11th October: Sheffield, Gaumont Theatre (2nd show)
651012A  12th October: Doncaster, Gaumont Theatre (1st show)
651012B  12th October: Doncaster, Gaumont Theatre (2nd show)
651013A  13th October: Leicester, De Montfort Hall (1st show)
651013B  13th October: Leicester, De Montfort Hall (2nd show)

651014A  14th October: JIMMY TARBUCK.
                    7" single (Immediate IM 018). Producer: Andrew Oldham. Musical director: Art
                    Greenslade.
                   [A: Someday (Jimmy Hodges)]
                   B: We're Wasting Time (MJ/KR) (under title. 'Wastin’ Time') -composer credits

651014B  14th October: UK TV (BBC) 'Top Of The Pops'.
                    - clip or trailer from 'Charlie Is My Darling'-movie with Get Off Of My Cloud dubbed
                         onto

651014C  14th October: Birmingham, Odeon Theatre (1st show)
651014D  14th October: Birmingham, Odeon Theatre (2nd show)

651015A  15th October: BOBBIE MILLER.
                   7" single (Decca F 12252). Producer: BW. Sound engineer: Glyn Johns.
                   Recorded in London, IBC Studios on the 15th and 25th July.
                   A: Every Beat Of My Heart (Johnny Otis)
                   B: Tomorrow (Tony Chapman)
                   Line-up: Bobbie Miller (voc)/Peter Frampton (gtr)/Tony Chapman (dr)/& others

651015B  15th October: Cambridge, Regal Theatre (1st show)
651015C  15th October: Cambridge, Regal Theatre (2nd show)
651016A  16th October: Northampton, ABC Theatre (1st show)
651016B  16th October: Northampton, ABC Theatre (2nd show)
651017A  17th October: London, Granada Theatre, Tooting (1st show)
651017B  17th October: London, Granada Theatre, Tooting (2nd show)

651018A  18th October: US radio (KHJLA), Olympic Sound Studios, London.
                    Recording of radio ads for the upcoming US tour.

651019A  19th October: UK TV (BBC) 'Top Of The Pops'. London, BBC TV Centre.
                    - Get Off Of My Cloud (MJ/KR) -playback
                    Note: Televised on the 4th, 11th and 18th November. Also on the 25th December and
                               on the 30th December (the latter in ‘Man Alive’).

651022A  22nd October: THE ROLLING  STONES.
                   7“ single (Decca F 12263). Producer: Andrew Oldham.
                   A: Get Off Of My Cloud (MJ/KR)
                   B: The Singer Not The Song (MJ/KR) -previously unreleased
                   Line-up ‘The Singer Not The Song’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, voc)/BJ (gtr)/BW
                                 (bass)/CW (dr)

651022B  22nd October: THE END.
                   7" single (Phillips BF 1444). Producers: BW and Glyn Johns.
                   A: I Can't Get Any Joy (Dave Brown/Colin Giffin)
                   B: Hey Little Girl (Dave Brown/Colin Giffin)
                   Note: For all other info see 650826A.

651022C  22nd October: UK TV (ARTV) 'Ready, Steady, Go Live!', Wembley.
                    - Cry To Me (Bert Russell)
                    - She Said Yeah (Sonny Christy/Roddy Jackson)
                    - short interview with MJ by Cathy McGowan
                    - Get Off Of My Cloud (MJ/KR)

651026A  26th October: London, IBC Studios. Producer: Andrew Oldham. Sound engineer:
                    Glyn Johns.
                    - As Tears Go By (MJ/KR/Andrew Oldham) -with string-quartet, arranged by Mike
                         Leander; 7“-version
                    Note: It's not sure if all Stones attended the session. Probably only MJ & KR were
                              present.

651028A  28th October: New York City, Hilton Hotel, East Penthouse. Press conference.

651028B  28th October: US TV ( ), New York.
                    - interview with one or more Stones

651029A  29th October: Montreal, Forum (backstage). Press conference.

29th October - 6th December: 4th North America Tour.

651029B  29th October: Montreal, Canada, Forum

651030A  30th October: New York City, Hilton Hotel. Press conference.

651030B  30th October: Ithaca, New York, Barton Hall, Cornell University
651030C  30th October: Syracuse, New York, War Memorial Arena

651031A  31st October: German TV (Radio Bremen) ‘Beat Club’.
                    - footage from the famous Waldbühne-gig in Berlin 15.9.65

651031B  31st October: Toronto, Canada, Maple Leaf Gardens

651000A  October: US radio (WSFA) 'Teen Time', incl.
                   - BJ, MJ, CW & BW reading letters with requests from listeners

651101A  1st November: US radio (Radio Boston), New York.
                    - recording of ads for the upcoming concert

651101B  1st November : Rochester, New York, Memorial Auditorium
651103A  3rd November: Providence, Rhode Island, Auditorium
651104A  4th November: New Haven, Connecticut, New Haven Arena (1st show)
651104B  4th November: New Haven, Connecticut, New Haven Arena (2nd show)
651105A  5th November: Boston, Massachusetts, Gardens
651106A  6th November: New York City, Academy Of Music

651106B  6th November: US TV ( ), Philadelphia.
                    - interview with one or more Stones

651106C  6th November: US TV (ABC) 'Shindig!. Incl.
                    - Good Times (Sam Cooke) -promofilm
                    - Mercy Mercy (Don Covay/Ron Miller) -promofilm

651106D  6th November: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Convention Hall
651107A  7th November: Newark, New Jersey, Symphony Hall/Mosque Theater (1st show)
651107B  7th November: Newark, New Jersey, Symphony Hall/Mosque Theater (2nd show)

651107C  7th November: WILSON PICKETT. New York City, unidentified studio.
                    - recording of one song with BJ and Bob Dylan
                    Note: BJ and Bob Dylan also worked on the lyrics for the track. Unconfirmed.

651109A  9th November: New York, Lincoln Square Motor Inn. Jam-session
                   (a/k/a 'The Lost Jam' due to electricity breakdown)
                   Line-up: BJ (acgtr, harm)/Bob Dylan (voc, acgtr)/Robbie Robertson (p)/
                                  Bobby Neuwirth (acgtr)
 
651110A  10th November: Raleigh, North Carolina, Reynolds Coliseum

651111A  11th November: US TV (NBC) 'Hullabaloo', New York.
                    - She Said Yeah (Sonny Christy/Roddy Jackson) -playback with live vocals
                    - Get Off Of My Cloud (MJ/KR) -playback with live vocals
                    + Charlie Is My Darling-footage
                   Note: The movie-footage was dubbed with Satisfaction played by the
                              Hullabaloo-orchestra. Televised on the 15th November.
                              Released on video in 1998 (see 980326A).

651112A  12th November: Greensboro, North Carolina, Coliseum

651113A  13th November: Washington, D.C., Coliseum. Unverified set:
                    (Everybody Needs Somebody To Love/Play With Fire/Mercy Mercy/
                     Around And Around/The Last Time/That's How Strong My Love Is/
                     Get Off Of My Cloud/Satisfaction)

651113B  13th November: Baltimore, Maryland, Civic Center

651114A  14th November: Canadian TV (CBC) 'This Hour Has Seven Days', incl.
                    - interview with all five Stones by Larry Zolf (on a plane, late April 1965)

651114B  14th November: Knoxville, Tennessee, Civic Coliseum Auditorium

651115A  15th November:London. Andrew Oldham edits the movie Charlie Is My
                    Darling (filmed on 3rd and 4th September in Ireland)

651115B  15th November: Charlotte, North Carolina, Coliseum
651116A  16th November: Nashville, Tennessee, Municipal Auditorium
651117A  17th November: Memphis, Tennessee, Mid-South Coliseum

651119A  19th November: CHRIS FARLOWE.
                   EP 'In The Midnight Hour' (Immediate IMEP 001). Producers: Andrew
                   Oldham, MJ & KR (We Three Productions). Sound engineer: Glyn Johns.
                   Musical director and arranger: Art Greenslade.
                   A:- In The Midnight Hour (Wilson Pickett/Steve Cropper)
                       - Mr. Pitiful (Otis Redding/Steve Cropper)
                   B:- Satisfaction (MJ/KR)
                       - Who Can I Turn To (Anthony Newley/Leslie Bricusse)
                   Line-up: KR (gtr)/Chris Farlowe (voc)/& others

651120A  20th November: Shreveport, Louisiana, State Fair Youth Center
651121A  21st November :Fort Worth, Texas, Will Rogers Memorial Center
651121B  21st November:Dallas, Texas, Memorial Auditorium
651123A  23rd November: Tulsa, Oklahoma, Assembly Center
651124A  24th November: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Civic Arena
651125A  25th November: Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Arena Auditorium
651126A  26th November: Detroit, Michigan, Cobo Hall
651127A  27th November: Dayton, Ohio, Wampler's Hara Arena
651127B  27th November: Cincinatti, Ohio, Gardens
651128A  28th November: Chicago, Illinois, Arie Crown Theater, McCormick Place (1st)
651128B  28th November: Chicago, Illinois, Arie Crown Theater, McCormick Place (2nd)
651129A  29th November: Denver, Colorado, Coliseum
651130A  30th November: Phoenix, Arizona, Veterans Memorial Coliseum

651200A  Fall: US radio (Boss Radio 90 KHJ), incl.
                   - jingle by MJ for the upcoming gig at L.A. Sports Arena

651201A  1st December: Vancouver, Canada, Agrodome
                    Note: The whole show was filmed for a police documentary.

651202A  2nd December: Seattle, Washington, Coliseum
651203A  3rd December: Sacramento, California, Memorial Auditorium (1st show)

651203B  3rd December: Sacramento, California, Memorial Auditorium (2nd show)
                   Note: A colour super-8 film with KR getting an electroshock during this gig exists.

651203C  3rd - 8th December: Los Angeles, RCA Studios, Hollywood. Producer:
                   Andrew Oldham. Sound engineer: Dave Hassinger.
                   - Aftermath (MJ/KR) -unverified up-tempo instrumental
                   - Doncha Bother Me (MJ/KR) -STU on piano; Aftermath-version
                   - Goin' Home I (MJ/KR) -STU on piano; version II with studio-chatter and
                        re-start
                   - Goin' Home II (MJ/KR) -STU on piano; Aftermath version
                   - Mothers Little Helper I (MJ/KR) -backing track
                   - Mothers Little Helper II (MJ/KR) -Aftermath-version
                   - 19th Nervous Breakdown I (MJ/KR) -same backing track as version II
                        with earlier, rougher vocals
                   - 19th Nervous Breakdown II (MJ/KR) -7“-version
                   - Ride On Baby (MJ/KR) -STU on piano, Jack Nitzsche on piano; Flowers-version
                   - Sad Day (MJ/KR) -STU on organ, Jack Nitzsche on piano, 7“-version
                   - Sittin’ On A Fence (MJ/KR) -Flowers-version
                   - Take It Or Leave It (MJ/KR) -Jack Nitzsche on organ; Aftermath-version
                   - Think I (MJ/KR) -Necrophilia-version; with some additional overdubs in the
                         last third of the song
                   - Think II (MJ/KR) -Aftermath-version

651203D  between 3rd - 8th December: THE WALKER BROTHERS. Los Angeles,
                   Gazzarris Club. BJ jams with The Walker Brothers.

651204A  4th December: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   LP ‘December’s Children’ (London PS 451 -US). Producer: Andrew Oldham.
                   A: - She Said Yeah (Sonny Christy/Roddy Jackson)
                        - Talkin’ ‘Bout You (Chuck Berry)
                        - You Better Move On (Arthur Alexander)
                        - Look What You’ve Done (McKinley Morganfield)*
                        - The Singer Not The Song (MJ/KR)
                        - Route 66 (Bobby Troup)
                   B: - Get Off Of My Cloud (MJ/KR)
                        - I’m Free (MJ/KR)
                        - As Tears Go By (MJ/KR/Andrew Oldham)*
                        - Gotta Get Away (MJ/KR)
                        - Blue Turns To Grey (MJ/KR)*
                        - I’m Moving On (Hank Snow)
                   Note: Three new songs which weren’t already released in the UK (marked with a star).
                   Line-up ‘Look What You’ve Done’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr)/BJ (harm)/BW (bass)/
                                 CW (dr)/STU (p)
                   Line-up ‘As Tears Go By’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr)/& unidentified string section
                   Line-up ‘Blue Turns To Grey’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/BJ (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)
                   Line-up ‘I’m Moving On’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/BJ (harm)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)

651204B  4th December: San Jose, California, Civic Auditorium (1st show)
651204C  4th December: San Jose, California, Civic Auditorium (2nd show)
651205A  5th December: San Diego, California, Community Concourse, Convention Hall

651205B  5th December: Los Angeles, Calornia, Sports Arena
                   Note: A 10-15 minutes police-film about this concert is reported to exist.

651205C  5th December: Los Angeles, Beverly Rodeo Hotel. Press conference.

651230A  30th December: UK TV (BBC) 'Man Alive', London.
                    - interview with Pat Andrews and her son Mark (BJ’s son)
                    - Get Off Of My Cloud (MJ/KR) -TOTP 19.10.65, playback
 
651231A  31st December: UK TV (ARTV) 'The New Year Starts Right Here', Wembley.
                    - Satisfaction (MJ/KR) -playback
                    - Get Off Of My Cloud (MJ/KR) -playback