1967

670100A  January: THE END.
                   7“ single (Sonoplay SN-20.002 -Spain). Producer: BW. Recorded in London,
                   November 1, 1966.
                   A: You Better Believe It Baby (Joe Tex) -under title: You'd Better Believe Me Baby
                   B: You Must Do Something (Don Covay/Ronnie Miller)
                   Line-up: Colin Giffin (gtr, voc)/Dave Brown (bass, voc)/Nicky Graham
                                  (org, voc)/Gordon Smith (sax)/Hugh Attwooll (dr)

670102A  2nd January: CHRIS FARLOWE.
                    7" single (Immediate IM 041). Producers: Steve Marriott and Ronnie Lane (A),
                    MJ (side B). Musical director and arrangeur: Art Greenslade.
                    [A: My Way Of Giving (Steve Marriott/Ronnie Lane)]
                    B: You're So Good For Me (Andrew Oldham/Bell/David Skinner/Andrew Rose)

670103A  3rd - 6th January: London, Olympic Sound Studios. Producer: Andrew Oldham.
                   Sound engineer: Glyn Johns. Second engineer: Eddie Kramer.
                   Final mixing and maybe some more overdubs for the album 'Between The Buttons'.

670106A  6th January: MOON'S TRAIN. London, Pye Studios. Producer: BW.
                   Recording-session.

670113A  13th January: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   7“ single (Decca F 12546). Producer: Andrew Oldham.
                   A: Let’s Spend The Night Together (MJ/KR)
                   B: Ruby Tuesday (MJ/KR)
                   Line-up ‘Let’s Spend The Night Together’: MJ (voc, perc)/KR (gtr, bass, p, bvoc)/
                                 BJ (org)/CW (dr)/Jack Nitzsche (p)
                   Line-up ‘Ruby Tuesday’: MJ (voc, tamb)/KR (gtr, bowed double bass, bvoc)/
                                  BJ (recorder)/BW (bass, bowed double bass)/CW (dr)/Jack Nitzsche (p)

670115A  15th January: US TV (CBS) 'The Ed Sullivan Show', New York. Playback
                    with live-vocals.
                    - Ruby Tuesday (MJ/KR) -rehearsal
                    - Let's Spend The Night Together (MJ/KR) -rehearsal
                    - Ruby Tuesday (MJ/KR)
                    - Let's Spend The Night Together (MJ/KR)
                   Note: Let's Spend The Night Together is the so-called 'Let's Spend Some
                             Time Together'-version.

670118A  18th - 19th January: London, Olympic Sound Studios. Producer: Andrew
                    Oldham. Sound engineer: Glyn Johns. Pre-recordings for ‘Sunday Night
                    At The London Palladium’-show (see 670122A). Incl. (all unverified):
                    - It's All Over Now 1 (Bobby and Shirley Womack) -broken off
                    - It's All Over Now 2 (Bobby and Shirley Womack) -rehearsal
                    - It's All Over Now 3 (Bobby and Shirley Womack) -used backing track

670120A  20th January: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   LP ‘Between The Buttons’ (Decca SKL 4852). Producer: Andrew Oldham.
                   A: -Yesterday’s Papers (MJ/KR)
                        - My Obsession (MJ/KR)
                        - Back Street Girl (MJ/KR)
                        - Connection (MJ/KR)
                        - She Smiled Sweetly (MJ/KR)
                        - Cool, Calm And Collected (MJ/KR)
                   B: - All Sold Out (MJ/KR)
                        - Please Go Home (MJ/KR)
                        - Who’s Been Sleeping Here (MJ/KR)
                        - Complicated (MJ/KR)
                        - Miss Amanda Jones (MJ/KR)
                         - Something Happened To Me Yesterday (MJ/KR)
                   Line-up ‘Yesterday’s Papers’: MJ (voc, tamb)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/BJ (marimbas)/
                                 BW (bass)/CW (dr)/Jack Nitzsche (harpsichord)
                   Line-up ‘My Obsession’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)/STU (p)
                   Line-up ‘Back Street Girl’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr)/BJ (vibraphone)/BW (bass)/
                                 CW (perc)/Nick De Caro (french accordion )
                   Line-up ‘Connection’: MJ (voc, tamb)/KR (voc, gtr, bass, p)/CW (dr)
                   Line-up ‘She Smiled Sweetly’: MJ (voc, tamb)/KR (bass, p, org, bvoc)/CW (dr)
                   Line-up ‘Cool, Calm And Collected’: MJ (voc, harm)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/BJ (kazoo,
                                 banjo)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)/Nicky Hopkins (p; unsure)
                   Line-up ‘All Sold Out’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/BJ (p, recorder)/BW (bass, org)/
                                 CW (dr)
                   Line-up ‘Please Go Home’: MJ (voc, maracas)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/BJ (gtr, oscillator,
                                 mellotron)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)
                   Line-up ‘Who’s Been Sleeping Here’: MJ (voc, tamb)/KR (gtr)/BJ (harm)/BW
                                 (bass)/CW (dr)/Jack Nitzsche (p)
                   Line-up ‘Complicated’: MJ (voc, tamb)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/BJ (org)/BW (bass)/
                                 CW (dr, perc)/STU (p)
                   Line-up ‘Miss Amanda Jones’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)/
                                  STU (p, org)
                   Line-up ‘Something Happened...’: MJ (voc)/KR (voc, gtr)/BJ (sax, tb, clarinet)/
                                 BW (bass)/CW (dr)/Nicky Hopkins (p; unsure)
                    Note: The version of Yesterday's Papers on the mono edition of the album (Decca
                              LK 4852) is ca. 12 seconds longer (due to a later fade-out).

670120B  20th January: NICKY SCOTT.
                   7" single (Immediate IM 045). Producers: Andrew Oldham and MJ (A),
                   [Andrew Oldham (B)]. Musical director and arrangeur: Art Greenslade.
                   Sound engineers: Glyn Johns and Eddie Kramer. Side A recorded at Olympic
                   Sound Studios on the 10th January.
                   A: Back Street Girl (MJ/KR)
                   [B: Chain Reaction (David Skinner/Andrew Rose)]

670122A  22nd January: Italian TV (RAI) 'Giovani', incl.
                   - all five Stones gathering at BJ's flat in London, Courtfield Road
                   - Ruby Tuesday (MJ/KR) -BJ on piano only (at BJ's flat)
                   - instrumental ( ) -KR on guitar (at BJ's flat)
                   - interview with MJ & KR (backstage at London Palladium)
                   - BJ announces Let's Spend The Night Together (at BJ's flat)
                   Note: Aired on a later date. Re-aired later in various edits on RAI 1 and RAI 3.

670122B  22nd January: UK TV (ATV) 'Sunday Night At The London Palladium'.
                   - Connection (MJ/KR) -live vocals on prepared backing track
                   - Ruby Tuesday (MJ/KR) -live vocals on prepared backing track
                   - It's All Over Now (Bobby and Shirley Womack) -live vocals on prepared backing
                        track
                   - Let's Spend The Night Together (MJ/KR) -live vocals on prepared backing track

670125A  25th January: UK TV (BBC) 'Top Of The Pops', London, Lime Grove Studios.
                   - Let's Spend The Night Together (MJ/KR) -playback
                   - Ruby Tuesday (MJ/KR) -playback
                   Note: Let’s Spend The Night Together was televised on the 26th January
                            and repeated on the 26th December. Ruby Tuesday was aired on the
                            2nd and 9th February.

670100C  January or February: UK radio (BBC) 'Woman's Hour', incl.
                   - interview with MJ by (probably) Marjorie Anderson

670200A  February: MARIANNE FAITHFULL. London, Decca Studios. Producer:
                   MJ. Sound engineer and/or co-producer: Glyn Johns.
                   - Painting Box (Robin Willimson/Mike Heron) -unverified
                   + probably more
                   Musicians: Marianne Faithfull (voc)/Paul McCartney (bvoc)/Jon Mark (gtr)/& others

670205A  5th February: UK TV (ABC) 'Eamonn Andrews Show', London.
                    - MJ discusses with Eamonn Andrews, Hugh Lloyd, Susan Maughan, Rose Tobias
                         Shaw and Terry Scott
                    - She Smiled Sweetly (MJ/KR)

670209A  9th - 24th February: London, Olympic Sound Studios. Producer: Andrew Oldham
                    or The Rolling Stones. Sound engineer: Glyn Johns.
                    - Blues 1 (MJ/KR) -11th February, unverified
                    - Blues 3 (MJ/KR) -16th February
                    - Dust My Broom (Robert Johnson) -22nd February, unverified
                    - In Another Land I (BW) -14th February, unverified early version, (under title
                         Bill’s Tune)
                    - In Another Land II (BW) -22nd February, unverified early version, (under title Acid
                          In The Grass)
                   - Title 5 (MJ/KR) -17th February, take 1; instrumental; Exile On Main St.-
                        2010-remaster-version
                    - Title 9 (MJ/KR) -14th February, unverified
                    - Title 10 (MJ/KR) -14th February, unverified
                    - Trouble In Mind II (Richard M. Jones) -22nd February, unverified
                    - You Can’t Always Get What You Want I (MJ/KR) -22nd February, unverified
                         very early instrumental version
                     - 2000 Light Years From Home I (MJ/KR) –unverified early version under
                         title Loose Woman
                    + blues jam ( ) -22nd February
                    Note: Blues #1 and Titles #9 & 10 are working titles, either these are
                              versions of well-known Satanic-songs or abandoned instrumentals.

670210A  10th February: HAMILTON & THE MOVEMENT.
                    7" single (CBS 202573). Producer: BW. Recorded on January 28, 1967 in
                    London, Olympic Sound Studios.
                    A: I'm Not The Marriying Kind (BW/Peter Gosling)
                    B: My Love Belongs To You (Sam Moore/Dave Prater)
                    Line-up: Gary Hamilton (voc)/Tony Sinclair (gtr)/Ron Right (bass)/Mick Fletcher
                                   (org)/Phil Wainman (dr)/& unknowns (brass)

670210B  10th February: MARIANNE FAITHFULL.
                   7" single (Decca F 22524). Producer: Andrew Oldham.
                   A: Is This What I Get For Loving You? (Phil Spector/Gerry Goffin/Carole King)
                   [B: Tomorrow Calling (Eric Woolfson)]
                   Line-up: BJ (euphonium)/Marianne Faithfull (voc)/John McLaughlin (gtr)/Joe
                                  Moretti (gtr)/Jimmy Page (gtr)/Big Jim Sullivan (gtr)/Nicky Hopkins
                                  (p)/Eric Ford (bass)/Alan Weighall (bass)/Andy White (dr)/Red
                                  Weller (perc)/Alan Hakin (perc)/Eric Allen (perc)/Sidney Sax (string
                                   leader)
                   Note: Small chance that the Brian Jones on euphonium is the namesake, who was
                             formerly with The Undertakers.

670210C  10th February: UK TV (BBC), London, EMI Studios.
                    Shooting of Beatles 'A Day In The Life'-party with MJ & KR attending. Footage
                    was later used for promofilms of A Day In The Life and Come Together.

670211A  11th February: BRIAN JONES. London, Olympic Sound Studios.
                    BJ continues his work on the A Degree Of Murder-soundtrack.

670212A  12th February: Italian TV (RAI). Incl.
                    - footage of The Rolling Stones live and backstage at the Palladium (see 670122A)

670304A  4th March: German TV (NDR) 'Die aktuelle Schaubude', incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Rolf Eschenbach

670306A  6th March: US radio (WABC) 'The In Sound', New York. Host: Harry Harrison.
                    - phone-interview with BJ

670310A  10th March: MOON'S TRAIN.
                   7" single (MGM 1333). Producer: BW (& Glyn Johns on side B).
                   A: Deed I Do (Walter Hirsch/Fred Rose) -Malcolm Penn on drums
                   B: It's In My Mind (Tony Chapman/Peter Gosling) -Tony Chapman on drums
                   Line-up: Peter Gosling (voc, org)/Peter Frampton (gtr)/Pete Attwood (bass)/
                                  Ken Leaman (sax)/Alex Brown (tp)
                   Note: For more info see 650920A and 660412A.

670313A  13th March: US radio (WABC) 'The In Sound', New York. Host: Harry Harrison.
                    - phone-interview with BJ

670316A  16th March: BRIAN JONES. Morocco, Atlas Mountains. BJ records
                    ethnic trance music with the Mejdoubi Brothers.

670317A  17th March: THE END.
                    7" single (Sonoplay SN-20.014, -Spain). Producer: BW. Recorded in
                    London, R.G. Jones Studios on the 24th February (and maybe 2nd March).
                    A: Why (Dave Brown/Colin Giffin)
                    B: Yo-Yo (Dave Brown/Colin Giffin)
                    Line-up: Colin Giffin (gtr, voc)/Dave Brown (bass, voc)/Nicky Graham
                                   (org, voc)/Gordon Smith (sax)/Hugh Attwooll (dr)

25th March - 17th April: European Tour.

670325A  25th March: Helsingborg, Sweden, Idrottens Hus Paskafton (1st show)
670325B  25th March: Helsingborg, Sweden, Idrottens Hus Paskafton (2nd show)
670327A  27th March: Orebro, Sweden, Vinterstadium (1st show)
670327B  27th March: Orebro, Sweden, Vinterstadium (2nd show)
670329A  29th March: Bremen, West-Germany, Stadthalle (1st show)
670329B  29th March: Bremen, West-Germany, Stadthalle (2nd show)

670330B  30th March: Cologne, West-Germany, Sporthalle (1st show)
670330C  30th March: Cologne, West-Germany, Sporthalle (2nd show)
                    Note: A 10 min. private film from one of the shows exists.

670300B  late March/early April: German TV (WDR), incl.
                   - The Last Time (MJ/KR) -Cologne 30.03., 1st show, part only
                   - interview with MJ (& BW) -Cologne, backstage in-between shows 30.03.

670331A  31st March: Dortmund, West-Germany, Westfalenhalle
                   Note: A short, silent b&w private film exists.

670401A  1st April: Hamburg, West-Germany, Ernst-Merck-Halle (1st show)
670401B  1st April: Hamburg, West-Germany, Ernst-Merck-Halle (2nd show)

670402A  2nd April: Vienna, Austria, Stadthalle (1st show)

670402B  2nd April: Vienna, Austria, Stadthalle (2nd show)
                   (The Last Time/Paint It Black/19th Nervous Breakdown/Lady Jane/Get
                    Off Of My Cloud-Yesterday's Papers-Get Off Of My Cloud/Ruby
                    Tuesday/Let's Spend The Night Together/Goin' Home-Satisfaction)

670400A  early April: Austrian TV (ORF), incl.
                    - Get Off Of My Cloud (MJ/KR) -Vienna 02.04.67, part only

670400B  early April: Austrian TV (ORF), incl.
                   - Satisfaction (MJ/KR) -Vienna 02.04.67, part only
                   - The Last Time (MJ/KR) -Vienna 02.04.67, part only
                   + footage from the Stones at dinner in Vienna

670403A  3rd April: UK TV (BBC), newscast, incl.
                   - arrival of The Stones at Heathrow Airport

670405A  5th April: Bologna, Italy, Palazzo Dello Sport (1st show)
670405B  5th April: Bologna, Italy, Palazzo Dello Sport (2nd show)
670406A  6th April: Rome, Italy, Palazzo Dello Sport (1st show)
670406B  6th April: Rome, Italy, Palazzo Dello Sport (2nd show)
670408A  8th April: Milan, Italy, Palalido Palazzo Dello Sport (1st show)

670408B  8th April: Milan, Italy, Palalido Palazzo Dello Sport (2nd show) 
                   (The Last Time/Paint It Black/19th Nervous Breakdown/Lady Jane/Get Off Of
                    My Cloud-Yesterday’s Papers/Ruby Tuesday/Let’s Spend The Night Together)
                   Note: A silent, colour private film (3 min.) of one of the Milan-shows exists.

670409A  9th April: Genova, Italy, Palazzo Dello Sport (1st show)
670409B  9th April: Genova, Italy, Palazzo Dello Sport (2nd show)

670410A  10th April: French TV (A2), newscast, incl.
                   - footage of arrival at Orly Airport (Paris)

670411A  11th April: Paris, France, L'Olympia (1st show)
670411B  11th April: Paris, France, L'Olympia (2nd show)
                    Note: One show was broadcast on April 16 and included:
                               (Paint It Black/19th Nervous Breakdown/Lady Jane/Get Off Of My
                               Cloud-Yesterday's Papers/Under My Thumb/Ruby Tuesday/Let's
                               Spend The Night Together/Goin' Home-Satisfaction)

670413A  13th April: Warsaw, Poland, Hotel Orbis-Europejski. Press conference.

670413B  13th April: Warsaw, Poland, Palac Kultury i Nauki, Sala Kongresowa (1st show)
670413C  13th April: Warsaw, Poland, Palac Kultury i Nauki, Sala Kongresowa (2nd show)

670413D  13th April: Polish weekly news ( ) 'Polska Kronika Filmowa 17/67', incl.
                    - Paint It Black (MJ/KR) -Warsaw 13.4.67, part only
                    - Satisfaction (MJ/KR) -Warsaw 13.4.67, part only

670414A  14th April: NICKY SCOTT.
                   7" single (Immediate IM 044). Producers side B: Andrew Oldham and MJ.
                   [A: Big City (John Walsh/Daniel Walsh)]
                   B: Everything’s Gonna Be Alright (Andrew Oldham/David Skinner) -MJ on
                           backing vocals.

670414B  14th April: Zürich, Switzerland, Hazyland. Press conference.

670414C  14th April: Zürich, Switzerland, Hallenstadion
                   (The Last Time/Paint It Black/19th Nervous Breakdown/Lady Jane/Get
                    Off Of My Cloud-Yesterday's Papers/Ruby Tuesday/Let's Spend The
                    Night Together/Goin' Home-Satisfaction)

670414D  April: Swiss TV (SRG), newscast and/or ‘Hits A Go Go’. Incl.
                   - arrival on airport Zürich-Kloten
                   - interview with MJ (from press conference Zürich 14.4.67)

670415A  15th April: The Hague, Holland, Houtrusthallen
                   (The Last Time/Paint It Black/19th Nervous Breakdown/Lady Jane/Get
                    Off Of My Cloud-Yesterday's Papers-Get Off Of My Cloud/Ruby
                    Tuesday/Let's Spend The Night Together/Goin' Home-Satisfaction)

670416A  16th April: Dutch TV (VARA), incl.
                     - 19th Nervous Breakdown (MJ/KR) -The Hague 15.4.67, part only

670416B  16th April: Swiss radio (DRS) ‘Spiegel der Zeit’. Zürich-report, incl.
                    - The Last Time (MJ/KR) -Zürich 14.4.67, part only

670416C  16th April: French radio (Europe 1) 'Musicorama'.
                    Broadcast of one of the Paris-gigs of April 11 (see 670411A&B).

670417A  17th April: Athens, Greece, Panathinaikos Stadion

670419A  19th April: Munich, West-Germany, Filmcasino. Premiere of the movie Mord und
                    Totschlag' ('A Degree Of Murder'). Director: Volker Schlondorff. Starring:
                    Anita Pallenberg. Soundtrack by Brian Jones (see 660902A).

670400C  April: CHRIS FARLOWE. London, unidentified studio. Producer: MJ.
                   Musical director and arrangeur: Art Greenslade.
                    - Yesterday's Papers I (MJ/KR) -MJ on backing vocals; 7" & EP-version
                    - Yesterday's Papers II (MJ/KR) -MJ on backing vocals; Hot Property-version
                    Note: Version II was probably not released before 1983 when it appeared on the
                               album ‘Hot Property’ (Line Records OLDLP 8019 X, -Germany).

670500A  May: CHRIS FARLOWE.
                   EP (Columbia ESRF 1875). Producer: MJ. Arangeur and musical director:
                   Art Greenslade.
                   - Yesterday's Papers (MJ/KR)
                   - Looking For You (Jerry Ragavoy) -previously released
                   - Life Is But Nothing (David Skinner/Andrew Rose) -previously released
                   Note: France-only release.

670501A  1st May: German TV (NDR) ‘Beat Club’, incl.
                    - Get Off Of My Cloud (MJ/KR) -Vienna 2.4.67, 1st show, part only

670505A  5th May: CHRIS FARLOWE.
                   7" single: (Immediate IM 049). Producer: MJ. Arrangeur and musical
                   director: Art Greenslade.
                   A: Yesterday's Papers (MJ/KR)
                   B: Life Is But Nothing (David Skinner/Andrew Rose) -previously released
                   Note: A second version of Yesterday’s Papers was released in 1983 on a rare
                             German Chris Farlowe-compilation (see 830000C).

670505B  5th May: THE WARREN DAVIS MONDAY BAND.
                   7" single (Columbia DB 8190). Producer: BW.
                   A: Wait For Me (BW/Peter Gosling)
                   B: I Don't Wanna Hurt You (Warren Davis)
                   Line-up: Warren Davis (voc, sax)/Paul Brett (gtr)/Paul Petts (bass)/Peter Dobson
                                  (dr)/. . . (org)/& unknowns (brass)

670507A  7th May: French TV (ORTF) 'Le Nouveau Dimanche', incl.
                   Footage of KR and Anita Pallenberg at Cannes Filmfestival

670500B  May: German TV (BR3), incl.
                   - interview with Anita Pallenberg (one day before Mord und Totschlag-premiere)
                   + footage of KR, BJ and Anita Pallenberg in Cannes, France

670510A  10th May: UK TV (ITV) 'ITN News', incl.
                    - footage of MJ & KR attending Chichester court in London

670511A  11th May: THE BEATLES. London, Olympic Sound Studios. Producer:
                    George Martin. Sound engineer: Keith Grant.
                     - Baby You're A Rich Man (John Lennon/Paul McCartney)
                     Line-up: MJ (bvoc)/John Lennon (voc, p, clavioline)/Paul McCartney
                                    (bass, p, bvoc)/George Harrison (gtr, bvoc, handclaps)/Ringo
                                    Starr (dr, tamb)/Eddie Kramer (vibraphone)

670511A  11th May: UK TV (ITV) 'ITN News', incl.
                    - footage of BJ & Prince Stash Klossowski leaving Magistates court in London

670511C  11th, 15th, 16th, 25th & 29th May: THE END. London, R.G. Jones Studios.
                    Producer: BW. Sound engineer: Glyn Johns. Recordings and mixing.

670517A  17th – 21st May: London, Olympic Sound Studios. Producers: The Rolling Stones.
                    Sound engineer: Glyn Johns.
                    - Manhole Cover I (MJ/KR) –unverified early version
                    - She’s A Rainbow I (MJ/KR) -unedited backing track without strings, but with
                        choruses; Nicky Hopkins on piano, Crossfire Hurricane-version
                    - She’s A Rainbow II (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano, strings arranged
                        by John Paul Jones; Satanic Majesties-version
                    - She’s A Rainbow III (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano, strings arranged
                        by John Paul Jones; promo edit
                    - She’s A Rainbow IV (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano, strings arranged
                        by John Paul Jones; 1978 single-edit (see 780000B)
                    - Telstar II (MJ/KR) -unverified
                    - We Love You I (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano; backing track under working
                         title 'Old King Cole'
                    Note: The "II" in Telstar II does not refer to a version, but is part of the songtitle.

670520A  20th May: MARIANNE FAITHFULL. London, Decca Studio #2.
                   Producer: Mike Leander (& probably MJ). Sound engineer: Glyn Johns.
                   - With A Little Help From My Friends (John Lennon/Paul McCartney)
                   - English Summer (MJ/KR)
                   Note: Both tracks remain unreleased to date.

670521A  21st May: UK TV (BBC1) 'The Look Of The Week', London. Host: Robert
                    Robinson. Incl.
                    - MJ in discussion with Prof. John Cohen

670602A  2nd June: UK TV (ITV) 'ITN News', incl.
                   - footage of BJ leaving Magistates court in London (in a striped suit)

670608A  8th June: THE BEATLES. London, EMI Studios. Producer: George Martin.
                    Sound engineer: Geoff Emerick. With BJ on alto sax on:
                    - You Know My Name I (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) -Anthology 2-version
                    - You Know My Name II (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) -single-version
                   Line-up: see single-release (700306A).

670609A  9th June: London, Olympic Sound Studios. Producer: The Rolling Stones.
                   Sound engineer: Glyn Johns.
                   - Citadel I (MJ/KR) - Nicky Hopkins on harpsichord; backing track
                   'Citadel Rehearsals'-reel:
                    (Citadel 1.13/Citadel 1.13/Citadel 0.29/Citadel 0.32/Citadel 0.27/Citadel
                      1.29/Citadel 0.41/Citadel 1.15/Citadel 2.35/You Are My Sunshine 1.06/
                      Instrumental 1.06/Instrumental 0.23/Instrumental 1.25/Instrumental
                      0.57/Citadel 0.40/Instrumental 0.40/Citadel 0.24/ Citadel 3.19/
                      Instrumental 0.32/Instrumental 0.11/Citadel 1.22/ Citadel 0.16/tuning
                      0.42/Instrumental 0.09/Citadel 0.16/Citadel 1.11/tuning 0.13/Citadel
                     0.13/Citadel 0.15/Instrumental 1.05/ Citadel 3.36/Citadel 3.07/interview
                      with BJ)
                    Also on the 'Citadel Rehearsals'-reel:
                      (tuning 0.25/Instrumental 0.41/Instrumental 0.24/Instrumental 0.11/In
                       Another Land 0.44)
                     Additional musician: Nicky Hopkins on piano
                     Note: Timings only approximative.

670612A  12th, 13th & 21st June: London, Olympic Sound Studios. Producer: Andrew         
                    Oldham. Sound engineer: Glyn Johns. Second engineer: Eddie Kramer.
                     - Dandelion II (MJ/KR) -unverified second early version (under title Fairground)
                     - Dandelion III (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on harpsichord, maybe Paul McCartney
                          on backing vocals; 7“ version
                     - Lady Fair (MJ/KR) -unveried song under a working title

670616A  16th - 18th June: Monterey, California, Monterey County Fairground, 'Monterey
                    International Pop Festival'
                    - BJ cameo (in the crowd) cut in The Animals 'Paint It Black' (released in
                        the movie 'Monterey Pop', 1968, directed by D.A. Pennebaker).
                    - BJ introduces Jimi Hendrix (released in the movie ‘Jimi Plays
                        Monterey’, 1986 directed by D.A. Pennebaker and Chris Hegedus)
                    - BJ introduces The Who (probably unreleased to date)

670618A  probably 18th June: US radio (KRLA), incl.
                   - interview with BJ by Jim Steck (in Monterey)

670625A  25th June: THE BEATLES. London, EMI Studios. Producer: George
                   Martin. Sound engineer: Geoff Emerick.
                   - All You Need Is Love I (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) -with MJ and
                        KR on backing vocals.
                   Note: The recording was filmed and broadcast live on UK BBC TV via
                              satellite in the global 'Our World'-show (director: Derek Burrell Davis).
                   Line-up: See single-release (670707A).

670626A  26th June: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   LP ‘Flowers’ (London PS 509, -US). Producer: Andrew Oldham.
                   A: - Ruby Tuesday (MJ/KR)
                        - Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby,... (MJ/KR)
                        - Let’s Spend The Night Together (MJ/KR)
                        - Lady Jane (MJ/KR)
                        - Out Of Time (MJ/KR)
                        - My Girl (William Robinson/Ronald White) -previously unreleased
                   B: - Back Street Girl (MJ/KR)
                        - Please Go Home (MJ/KR)
                        - Mother's Little Helper (MJ/KR)
                        - Take It Or Leave It (MJ/KR)
                        - Ride On Baby (MJ/KR) -previously unreleased
                        - Sittin’ On A Fence (MJ/KR) -previously unreleased
                    Note: Compilation album with three previously unreleased tracks.
                    Line-up ‘My Girl’: MJ (voc, perc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/BJ (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)/
                                  The Mike Leander Orchestra (strings)
                    Line-up ‘Ride On Baby’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/BJ (harp, harpsichord, marimba,
                                  mellotron)/BW (bass)/CW (dr, congas)/Jack Nitzsche (p)
                   Line-up ‘Sittin’ On A Fence’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/BJ (gtr)/BW (bass)/
                                  CW (perc)/Jack Nitzsche (harpsichord)

670627A  27th June: UK TV (ITV) 'ITN News', incl.
                   - footage of MJ entering and leaving Chichester court in London

670628A  28th: UK TV (ITV) 'ITN News', incl.
                   - footage of MJ & Robert Fraser (handcuffed to each other) arriving at Chichester
                        court

670700A  probably Summer: PRINCE STASH KLOSSOWSKI DE ROLA. London,
                    unidentified recording studio. Recording of a track with MJ:
                    - A Message To Pretty (Arthur Lee) -unverified
                    Musicians: MJ, Prince Stash, Paul McCartney, John Lennon & others

670702A  2nd - 22nd July: Olympic Sound Studios (until 12th July without BJ).
                   Producers: The Rolling Stones. Sound engineer: Glyn Johns. Second
                   engineer: Eddie Kramer.
                   - In Another Land III (BW) -Nicky Hopkins on harpsichord, Steve
                        Marriott and Ronnie Lane on vocals and guitar; Satanic Majesties-version
                   - The Lantern I (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano; early version
                   - On With The Show (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano; Satanic Majesties-version
                   - Sing This All Together (MJ/KR) -John Lennon and Paul McCartney on
                        backing vocals, Nicky Hopkins on piano, Nick De Caro (tp; unsure);
                        Satanic Majesties-version
                   - Sing This All Together (See What Happens) (MJ/KR) -John Lennon on
                        backing vocals, Paul McCartney on backing vocals and maybe
                        percussion, Nicky Hopkins on piano, Nick De Caro (tp; unsure); Satanic
                        Majesties-version
                   - We Love You II (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano, Paul McCartney
                         and John Lennon on backing vocals; 7“-version
                    - We Love You III (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano, Paul McCartney
                         and John Lennon on backing vocals; US promo-edit
                   - We Love You IV (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano, Paul McCartney
                         and John Lennon on backing vocals, different ending, More Hot Rocks
                         SACD-version

                  'Satanic Boxes'-reels:
                   - 2000 Light Years From Home (MJ/KR) -rehearsal
                   - 2000 Light Years From Home (MJ/KR) -takes 1 - 15
                   - 2000 Light Years From Home (MJ/KR) -retakes 3 + 4
                   - 5 Part Jam, Part 1 ( ) -takes 1 - 5
                   - 5 Part Jam, Part 2 ( ) -takes 1 - 5
                   - 5 Part Jam, Part 3 ( ) -takes 1 - 5
                   - 5 Part Jam, Part 4 ( ) -takes 1 - 15
                   - 5 Part Jam, Part 5 ( ) -takes 1 - 3
                   - We Love You (MJ/KR) -takes 15 - 19
                   - She’s A Rainbow (MJ/KR) -takes 1 - 7
                   - Citadel (MJ/KR) -takes 20 - 34
                  - Citadel (MJ/KR) -take with piano-overdub
                   - In Another Land (BW) -takes 1 - 9 (working title: Acid In The Grass)
                   - Child Of The Moon (MJ/KR) -takes 10 - 12
                   - Sing This All Together (MJ/KR) -take 7
                   - Sing This All Together (MJ/KR) -intro
                   - The Lantern (MJ/KR) -takes 1 - 5
                   - The Lantern (MJ/KR) -takes 10 - 11
                   - The Lantern (MJ/KR) -takes 14 - 17
                   - The Lantern (MJ/KR) -retakes 1 - 3
                   - On With The Show (MJ/KR) -takes 1 - 14
                   - In Another Land (BW) -chorus-part, takes 1 - 14
                   - Majesties Honky Tonk ( ) -takes 1 - 17
                   - Jam One ( ) -takes 1 - 15
                   - Title 15 ( ) -takes 1 - 7
                   - Gomper (MJ/KR) -takes 1 - 5
                   - Gomper (MJ/KR) -part 1, takes 1 + 2
                   - Soul Blues ( ) -takes 1 - 3
                   - 2000 Man (MJ/KR) -takes 1 - 11
                   - 2000 Man (MJ/KR) -takes 13 - 15
                   - 2000 Man (MJ/KR) -end part, takes 1 - 3
                   - 2000 Man (MJ/KR) -intro, takes 1 - 14
                   - Guitar/organ-Jam ( ) -similar to She Smiled Sweetly (MJ/KR)
                   - Blues 3 ( ) -takes 27 - 44
                   - Blues 3 ( ) -retakes 1 - 5
                   - Gold Painted Nails (MJ/KR) -takes 1 - 23; a/k/a Gold Painted Fingernails
                   - 2000 Man (MJ/KR) -middle part, takes 2 - 13
                   Note: All takes are instrumentals, mostly announced under working titles.

                   'Bell Sound Acetate':
                   - Gomper I (MJ/KR) -short version
                   - Gomper II (MJ/KR) -long version
                   - Soul Blues (MJ/KR?) -under title Flowers In Your Hair
                   - Title 15 (MJ/KR?) -under title Dream Pipe
                   - The Lantern (MJ/KR) -under title Flying High As A Kite
                   - In Another Land (BW) -chorus part, under title Acid In The Grass
                   - On With The Show (MJ/KR) -under title Surprise Me
                   Note: The acetate is dated 15.9.1967. All tracks are instrumentals, edit from
                             the preceded sessions.

670703A  3rd and 12th July: THE END. London, R.G. Jones Studios. Producer: BW.
                    - We’ve Got It Made I (Dave Brown/Colin Giffin/Nicky Graham)
                    - We’ve Got It Made II (Dave Brown/Colin Giffin/Nicky Graham)
                    Line-up: Colin Giffin (gtr, voc)/Dave Brown (bass, voc)/Nicky Graham
                                   (org, voc)/Chris Winters (dr)
                    Note: Version I was released in Spain in May 1968. The alternate mix
                               wasn’t released before late 1996.

670707A  7th July: THE BEATLES.
                   7" single (Parlophone R 5620). Producer: George Martin.
                   A: All You Need Is Love II (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) -MJ & KR on
                         backing vocals.
                   B: Baby You're A Rich Man (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) -MJ on
                          backing vocals.
                   A: Remixed/overdubbed version of 25th June.
                   Line-up A: MJ & KR (bvoc)/John Lennon (lvoc, gtr, harpsichord, banjo)/
                                      Paul McCartney (bass, voc)/George Harrison (gtr, violin)/
                                      Ringo Starr (dr)/George Martin (p)/Marianne Faithful, Keith
                                      Moon, Mike McGear, Eric Clapton and Graham Nash (and
                                      many more)(bvoc)/& unidentified 13-piece orchestra
                   Note: BJ does not play sopran saxophone on side B as commonly
                             rumoured (see 670511A for line-up).

670710A  10th July: THE YARDBIRDS.
                    LP ‘Little Games’ (Epic BN 26313, -US). Producer: Mickie Most. Sound engineer:
                    Dave Siddle. Recorded in London, De Lane Lea Studios in late April 1967. Incl.
                    - Drinking Muddy Water (Keith Relf/Jimmy Page/Jim McCarty/Chris Dreja)
                    Line-up: STU (p)/Jimmy Page (gtr)/Keith Relf (voc, harm)/Chris Dreja (bass)/Jim
                                   McCarty (dr, bvoc)

670730A  30th and 31st July: London, Olympic Sound Studios and Essex, County
                   Church Hall. Shootings for promofilms. Director: Peter Whitehead.
                    - We Love You (MJ/KR) -co-starring Marianne Faithful, basing on 'The
                        Trials Of Oscar Wilde'.
                    - Dandelion (MJ/KR)

670731A  31st July: London, Granada TV’s office in Soho. Press conference by MJ.

670731B  31st July: UK TV (BBC), newscast. Incl.
                   - interview with MJ (at press conference)
                   + MJ leaving Granada in a car

670731C  31st July: UK TV (ITV) 'ITN News', incl.
                   - arrival of MJ & Marianne Faithfull at Granada TV, London Soho
                   - interview with MJ (at press conference)

670731D  31st July: UK cinema-news (British Pathé), incl.
                   - arrival of MJ & Marianne Faithfull at Granada TV, London Soho
                   Note: Probably shown in early August.

670731E  31st July: UK TV (Granada) 'World In Action', near Fichingfield, England,
                  Spains Hall, incl.
                   - MJ in discussion with Lord Stow Hill, William Rees-Mogg, John
                        Robinson (the Bishop Of Woolwich) and Father Thomas Curbishley.
                   Note: Telecast on the 7th August.

670801A  1st August: THE END. London, R.G. Jones Studios. Producer: BW.
                    Sound engineer: Glyn Johns. Recordings.

670810A  10th August - 7th September: Olympic Sound Studios. Producers: The
                    Rolling Stones. Sound engineer: Glyn Johns. Second engineer: Eddie Kramer.
                    - Gomper III (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on organ; Satanic Majesties-version
                    - 2000 Light Years From Home II (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano,
                         Eddie Kramer on claves; backing track of version IV
                    - 2000 Light Years From Home III (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano,
                         Eddie Kramer on claves; Satanic Majesties-version
                    - 2000 Light Years From Home IV (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano,
                         Eddie Kramer on claves; edited promosingle-version
                    - 2000 Light Years From Home V (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano,
                         Eddie Kramer on claves; edited 1978 single-version (see 780000B)
                    - 2000 Man I (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on organ; early version

670811A  between 11th - 14th August: Ireland, Kilkenny Castle. Private film of MJ &
                   Marianne Faithfull on holiday, incl. MJ driving go-cart and MJ posing for a
                   photo with nuns.

670811B  between 11th - 14th August: UK or Irish TV ( ), newscast, incl.
                   - footage of MJ walking outside of Kilkenny Castle

670814A  14th August: UK TV (ITV) 'ITN News', incl.
                     - footage of MJ & Marianne Faithfull returning from holidays in Ireland

670814B  14th August: UK radio (Radio London), incl.
                    - message by MJ (saying goodbye to Radio London)            

670816A  16th August: ROD STEWART/P.P. ARNOLD. London, IBC Studios.
                    Producer: MJ. Recording of an unreleased Immediate-single. Incl.
                    - Come Home Baby I (Barry Mann/Cynthia Weill)
                    - Come Home Baby II (Barry Mann/Cynthia Weill) -remixed with more brass and
                         different drums, faded early
                    - Working In The Coalmine (Allen Toussaint) -unverified
                    Line-up: KR (gtr; maybe bass)/RW (bass?)/Rod Stewart (voc)/P.P. Arnold
                                   (voc)/Nicky Hopkins (p)/Keith Emerson (keyb)/Micky Waller (dr)/
                                   Georgie Fame Brass Section (horns)
                    Note: Date unsure, but maybe the first collaboration between MJ, KR & RW!
                              Come Home Baby wasn’t released before 1975, when it appeared
                              on an obscure US compilation album (see 750000A).

670817A  17th August: THE END. London, R.G. Jones Studios. Producer: BW.
                    Sound engineer: Glyn Johns.
                    - Morning Dew (Bonnie Dobson/Tim Rose)
                    Line-up: Colin Giffin (gtr, voc)/Dave Brown (bass, voc)/Nicky Graham
                                   (org, voc)/Hugh Attwooll (dr)/Lennie Neldrett (gtr)

670818A  18th August: THE ROLLING STONES.
                    7“ single (Decca F 12654). Producer: Andrew Oldham.
                    A: We Love You (MJ/KR)
                    B: Dandelion (MJ/KR)
                    Line-up ‘We Love You’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, bvoc))/BJ (mellotron)/BW (bass)/
                                  CW (dr)/Nicky Hopkins (p)/John Lennon (bvoc)/Paul McCartney (bvoc)
                     Line-up ‘Dandelion’: MJ (voc, maracas)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/BJ (sax)/BW (bass,
                                   org)/CW (dr)/Nicky Hopkins (harpsichord)/Paul McCartney (bvoc; unsure)

670824A  24th August: UK TV (BBC) ‘Top Of The Pops’. Incl.
                    - We Love You (MJ/KR)
                    Note: Not the promo or a performance, just the dancing audience and
                              stills of the Stones.

670826A  26th August: UK TV (BBC Wales), newscast, incl.
                   - footage of MJ, Marianne and The Beatles in Bangor, Wales (for a seminar
                        of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi) on August 25

670800A  late August or early September: Rome, Italy.
                   Private super 8-footage of KR and Anita Pallenberg in Rome.

670800B  Summer 1967: THE END.
                   7“ single (Sonoplay SN-20.042, -Spain). Producer: BW.
                   A: Morning Dew (Brian Dobson/Tim Rose)
                   B: New Orleans (Frank Guida/Joseph Royster) -unavailable elsewhere

670900A  early September: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   promotional 7“ single (London 45-LON-905, -US). Producer: Andrew Oldham.
                   A: We Love You (MJ/KR) -edit
                   B: Dandelion (MJ/KR)
                   Note: Only the promo with the matrix XDR 41128-T2-2A / XDR 41129-1C bears
                             the 3.08 min. edit version of We Love You.

670901A  1st September: Dutch TV ( ), newscast, Amsterdam, Netherlands, Concertgebouw.
                   BJ, MJ & Marianne Faithfull at a lecture of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi.

670902A  2nd - 3rd September: Bremen, West-Germany, Ilse-Eickhoff-Akademie
                   Private, colour super-8 footage of BJ at a lecture of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi.

670904A  4th and/or 8th September: THE END. London, Olympic Sound Studios.
                    Producer: BW. Sound engineer: Glyn Johns.
                    - Loving Sacred Loving I (BW/Peter Gosling) -John Horton on sax,
                        Nicky Hopkins on harpsichord; UK 7“ version (mono)
                    - Loving Sacred Loving II (BW/Peter Gosling) -John Horton on sax,
                        Nicky Hopkins on harpsichord; Introspection-version (stereo)
                    - Loving Sacred Loving III (BW/Peter Gosling) -John Horton on sax,
                        Nicky Hopkins on harpsichord; Spanish 7"-version (with Land Of Hope
                        And Glory-coda) a/k/a US remix (sic!)
                    - Bypass The By-Pass (Dave Brown/Nicky Graham/Terry Taylor)
                    - Daddy Loves Baby (Don Covay) -Gordon Smith on sax*
                    - I Can’t Believe It (Colin Giffin/Dave Brown/Williams)*
                    - Lady Under The Lamp (Colin Giffin)
                    - Little Annie (Colin Giffin)
                    - Tears Will Be The Only Answer (Dave Brown/Colin Giffin)
                    Line-up: Colin Giffin (gtr, voc)/Dave Brown (bass, voc)/Nicky Graham
                                  (org, voc)/Hugh Attwooll (dr)/Terry Taylor (gtr)
                    Note: The marked songs stem most probably from other sessions of
                              Autumn 1967 (and weren’t released before 1996 and 1997).

670926A  26th September: New York City, Film Festival. Premiere of the movie Tonite Let's
                    Let's All Make Love In London (Lorrimer Films), directed by Peter Whitehead. Incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Peter Whitehead (Belfast, 04.09.65)
                    - cameo of KR (London, 02.06.66 at film premiere to Polanski's 'Cul-de-sac')
                    - interview with Andrew Oldham
                    - Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing In The Shadow? (MJ/KR) -promo2
                    + Paint It Black (MJ/KR) -by Chris Farlowe; unique film mix (with interview-break)
                    Note: Premiered in the UK in London not before October 1968.

671002A  2nd - 5th October: Olympic Sound Studios and De Lane Lea Studios. Producers:
                   The Rolling Stones. Sound engineer: Glyn Johns. Second engineer: Eddie Kramer.
                   - Blow Me Mama (MJ/KR) -3rd October, unverified
                   - Citadel II (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on harpsichord; Satanic Majesties-version
                   - The Lantern II (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano; Satanic Majesties-version
                   - Manhole Cover (MJ/KR) -3rd October; unverified
                   - She’s Doing Her Thing (MJ/KR) -3rd October; unverified
                   Additional musician: Nicky Hopkins.
                   Note: The recordings were done at Olympic. De Lane Lea was used for
                              mixing purposes.

671009A  9th October: Dutch TV (VPRO) 'Hoepla', incl.
                   - interview with MJ (a segment from World In Action, see 670731D)

671000A  October: London, Kevin Brownjohn’s Studios. Shooting of promofilms.
                    Director: Peter Clifton or Michael Lindsay-Hogg.
                    - She's A Rainbow (MJ/KR) -unverified
                    - 2000 Light Years From Home (MJ/KR) -live vocals on prepared backing track
                    + interview with MJ by Peter Clifton

671011A  11th October: Olympic Sound Studios. Producers: The Rolling Stones.
                    Sound engineer: Glyn Johns. Second engineer: Andy Johns.
                    - Bathroom/Toilet (MJ/KR) -unverified
                    + snoring of BW
                    Note: The recorded snoring-noises were used on the finished Satanic-album
                               between In Another Land and 2000 Man.

671013A  13th October: P.P. ARNOLD.
                   LP 'The First Lady Of Immediate' (Immediate IMLP 011). Incl. three
                   tracks produced by MJ:
                   - Am I Still Dreaming? (P.P. Arnold) -MJ on guitar
                   - Though It Hurts Me Badly (P.P. Arnold)
                   - Treat Me Like A Lady (P.P. Arnold)
                   Line-up: P.P. Arnold (voc)/David O’List (gtr)/Keith Emerson (keyb)/
                                  Lee Jackson (bass)/Brian Davison (dr)
                   Note: According to MJ, he produced at least six tracks with her.

671013B 13th October: THE END. London, R.G. Jones Studios. Producer: BW.
                   Recordings and/or mixing.

671016A  16th, 21st & 23rd October: Olympic Sound Studios. Producers: The Rolling
                    Stones. Sound engineer: Glyn Johns. Second engineer: Andy Johns.
                    - Child Of The Moon I (MJ/KR) -early instrumental version
                    - Cosmic Christmas (Trad., arr.: BW) -BW only; Satanic Majesties-version
                    - Gold Painted Nails (MJ/KR) -unverified; a/k/a Gold Painted Fingernails
                    - 2000 Man II (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on organ; Satanic Majesties-version

671030A  30th October: UK TV (ITV) 'ITN News', incl.
                   - footage of BJ leaving Inner London Crown Court (in a grey suit)

671031A  31st October: UK TV (ITV) 'ITN News', incl.
                   - footage of BJ leaving Wormwood Scrubs in London (in a car)

671000B  Autumn: THE END.
                   7" single (Sonoplay SN-20.054, -Spain). Producer: BW.
                   A: Loving Sacred Loving (BW/Peter Gosling) -Nicky Hopkins on         
                          harpsichord; version with Land Of Hope And Glory-coda
                   B: We've Got It Made (Dave Brown/Colin Giffin/Nicky Graham)
                   Note: For all other info see 670712A & 670908A.

671100A  November: HAPSHASH & THE COLOURED COAT.
                   LP 'Featuring The Human Host & The Heavy Metal Kids' (Liberty MLL 40001).
                   Producer: Guy Stevens. Recorded at Pye Studios, London, partly with BJ on
                   percussion. It's not confirmed that any of BJ's contributions ended up on the
                   finished album, but the complete album was recorded in a 4 ½ hour session, so it's
                   likely.
                   - H-O-P-P Why (Guy Stevens/Nigel Waymouth/Michael English) -maybe with BJ
                   - A Mind Blown is A Mind Shown (Stevens/Waymouth/English) -maybe with BJ
                   - The New Messiah Coming 1985 (Stevens/Waymouth/English) -maybe with BJ
                   - Aoum (Guy Stevens/Nigel Waymouth/Michael English) -maybe with BJ
                   - Empires Of The Sun (G. Stevens/N. Waymouth/M. English) -maybe with BJ
                   Musicians: BJ (perc; unconfirmed)/Greg Ridley (bass)/Mike Kellie (dr, perc)/
                                      Luther Grosvenor (gtr)/Mike Harrison (voc)/Guy Stevens ( )/Nigel
                                      Waymouth ( )/Michael English ( )

671108A  8th November: THE END. London, probably Olympic Sound Studios. Producer: BW.
                   - Shades Of Orange I (BW/Peter Gosling) -7“-version        
                   - Shades Of Orange II (BW/Peter Gosling) -alternate mix
                   - Shades Of Orange III (BW/Peter Gosling) -remix (remixed on June 22, 1968)
                   Line-up: CW (tabla)/Colin Giffin (gtr, voc)/Dave Brown (bass, voc)/
                                  Nicky Graham (org, voc)/Hugh Attwooll (dr)/John Horton (sax)
                   Note: The alternate mix of Shades Of Orange was released in 1996 (see 961100A).
                             The remix was released in November 1997 (see 971100B).

671130A  30th November: UK radio (BBC1) 'Top Gear', London. Host: Tommy Vance.
                    - interview with MJ, BJ & CW.
                   Note: Broadcast on the 3rd December.

671200A  DecemberTHE ROLLING STONES.
                   promotional 7" single (London 906, -US). Producers: The Rolling Stones.
                   A: She's A Rainbow (MJ/KR) -promo edit (both piano solos have been cut)
                   B: 2000 Light Years From Home (MJ/KR) -promo edit (edited start...last two beats
                         of the mellotron and into the bass intro; edit at 1'12"; early fade after last vocal)
                   Note: Different edits of these two songs have been released in 1978 (see 780000B).

671208A  8th December: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   LP ‘Their Satanic Majesties Request’ (Decca TXS 103). Producers: The Rolling Stones.
                   A: - Sing This All Together (MJ/KR)
                        - Citadel (MJ/KR)
                        - In Another Land (BW)
                        - 2000 Man (MJ/KR)
                        - Sing This All Together (See What Happens) (MJ/KR)
                        - Cosmic Christmas (Trad.)
                   B: - She’s A Rainbow (MJ/KR)
                        - The Lantern (MJ/KR)
                        - Gomper (MJ/KR)
                        - 2000 Light Years From Home (MJ/KR)
                        - On With The Show (MJ/KR)
                   Line-up ‘Sing This All Together’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/BJ (flute, brass)/BW
                                 (bass)/CW (perc)/Nicky Hopkins (p)/John Lennon (bvoc)/Paul McCartney
                                 (bvoc)/everyone and it’s dog (perc)
                   Line-up ‘Citadel’: MJ (voc, perc)/KR (gtr)/BJ (mellotron, sax, flute)/BW (bass)/
                                 CW (dr)/Nicky Hopkins (p, harpsichord)
                   Line-up ‘In Another Land’: MJ (bvoc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/BJ (mellotron)/BW (voc,
                                 bass, p, org)/CW (dr)/Nicky Hopkins (harpsichord)/STU (org)/Steve
                                 Marriott (gtr, bvoc)/Ronnie Lane (bvoc)
                   Line-up ‘2000 Man’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/BJ (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)/
                                 Nicky Hopkins (org)
                   Line-up ‘See What Happens’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/BJ (flute, brass, mellotron)/
                                 BW (bass)/CW (perc)/Nicky Hopkins (p)/John Lennon (bvoc)/Paul
                                 McCartney (bvoc, perc)/everyone and it’s dog again (perc)
                   Line-up ‘Cosmic Christmas’: BW (mellotron)
                   Line-up ‘She’s A Rainbow’: MJ (voc, perc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/BJ (mellotron, perc)/
                                 BW (bass)/CW (dr, perc)/Nicky Hopkins (p)/John Paul Jones (strings
                                 arrangement)
                   Line-up ‘The Lantern’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/BJ (org; maybe brass)/BW (bass)/
                                 CW (dr)/Nicky Hopkins (p)
                   Line-up ‘Gomper’: MJ (voc, perc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/BJ (electric dulcimer, recorder)/
                                 BW (bass)/CW (tabla)/Nicky Hopkins (org)
                   Line-up ‘2000 Light Years...’: MJ (voc, perc)/KR (gtr, bass, bvoc)/BJ (mellotron)/
                                 BW (synth)/CW (dr)/Nicky Hopkins (p)/Eddie Kramer (claves)
                   Line-up ‘On With The Show’: MJ (voc, perc)/KR (gtr)/BJ (mellotron, harp)/BW
                                 (bass)/CW (dr, perc)/Nicky Hopkins (p)
                   Note: Cosmic Christmas is an unlisted instrumental, basing on ‘We Wish You A
                              Merry Christmas’.
                              Between the tracks In Another Land and 2000 Man we get to hear some
                              seconds of BW snoring.
                              The Lantern on the US mono-LP (London NP-2) has a slighly longer intro.

671212A  12th December: UK TV (ITV) 'ITN News', incl.
                   - footage of BJ leaving Court Of Appeals (in a fur coat)

671221A  21st December: UK TV (BBC1) 'Top Of The Pops', London, Lime Grove Studios.
                    - 2000 Light Years From Home (MJ/KR) -promofilm?
                    - She’s A Rainbow (MJ/KR) -promofilm?
                    - interview with MJ
                    Note: The song was televised on the 28th December, the interview
                               already on a X-mas special on the 25th December.

670000A  1967: Australian TV (Channel 9) 'What's On The Flipside'.
                    Documentary on DJ Ward ’Pally’ Austin. Directors Peter Clifton and Chris
                    McCullough. Incl.
                    - I'm Moving On (Hank Snow) -filmed in Sydney 18.2.1966 (sound dubbed from
                        Got Live If You Want It)
                    Note: The sound was dubbed over a collage of live-footage of other tracks played
                              at this gig (probably Not Fade Away and 19th Nervous Breakdown).
                              Released on DVD in September 2015 (see 150902A).