1969

690209A  9th February - 31st March: London, Olympic Sound Studios. Producer: Jimmy Miller.
                   Sound engineer: Glyn Johns.
                   - So Divine (Aladdin Story) I (MJ/KR) -unverified, most probably instrumental
                   - And I Was A Country Boy (MJ/KR) -instrumental (23rd March)
                   - French Gig (MJ/KR) -unverified
                   - Gimme Shelter I (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano, Jimmy Miller on percussion;

                        early ‘Give Me Some Shelter’-version (23rd - 25th February)
                   - Gimme Shelter II (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano, Jimmy Miller on
                       percussion; early version with different vocals (15th March)
                   - Gimme Shelter III (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano, Jimmy Miller on
                       percussion; longer instrumental backing track; Rock Band-version (see 071120A)
                   - Honky Tonk Women I (MJ/KR) -STU on piano, Jimmy Miller on
                        cowbell, Reparata and The Delrons, Nanette Workman & Doris Troy on
                        backing vocals; version with different 2nd (Paris-)
verse (9th and/or 16th March)
                   - Jimmy Miller Show (MJ/KR) -unverified
                   - Let It Bleed I (MJ/KR) -unverified early version (under title If You Need Someone)
                         (9th March)
                   - Love In Vain II (Robert Johnson) -Ry Cooder on mandolin; Let It Bleed-version
                         (24th - 27th March)
                   - Midnight Rambler I (MJ/KR) -unverified early version (9th or 10th February)
                   - Midnight Rambler II (MJ/KR) -Let It Bleed-version (10th or 11th March)
                   - Pennies From Heaven (MJ/KR) -unverified
                   - Shine A Light I (MJ/KR) -unverified early version (31st March)
                   - Sister Morphine II (MJ/KR/Marianne Faithfull) -Ry Cooder on guitar,
                        Jack Nitzsche on piano; early version (22nd, 28th & 30th March)
                   - Sister Morphine III (MJ/KR/Marianne Faithfull) -Ry Cooder on guitar;
                         Sticky Fingers-version (31st March)
                   - You Can't Always Get What You Want III (MJ/KR) -Al Kooper on
                        piano, organ and french horn, Rocky Dijon on percussion, Jimmy
                        Miller on drums, Madeline Bell, Doris Troy and Nanette Workman on
                        backing vocals & ca. 50 members of the London Bach Choir; choral
                         parts arranged by Jack Nitzsche (on the 15th March); without choir intro
                   - You Can't Always Get What You Want IV (MJ/KR) -Al Kooper on
                        piano, organ and french horn, Rocky Dijon on percussion, Jimmy
                        Miller on drums, Madeline Bell, Doris Troy and Nanette Workman on
                        backing vocals & ca. 50 members of the London Bach Choir; choral
                         parts arranged by Jack Nitzsche (on the 15th March), with choir intro by
                        ca. 50 members of the London Bach Choir; Let It Bleed-version
                   - You Can't Always Get What You Want V (MJ/KR) -Al Kooper on
                        piano, organ and french horn, Rocky Dijon on percussion, Jimmy
                        Miller on drums, Madeline Bell, Doris Troy and Nanette Workman on
                        backing vocals & ca. 50 members of the London Bach Choir; choral
                         parts arranged by Jack Nitzsche (on the 15th March); shorter single-version
                        (without choir intro)
                   - You Got The Silver I (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano and organ; unverified
                         instrumental version (9th or 10th February)
                 - You Got The Silver II (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano and organ; MJ on lead
                         vocals-version (16th February)
                   - You Got The Silver III (MJ/KR) - Nicky Hopkins on piano and organ; Let It
                         Bleed-version (17th February)

690221A  21st February: MARIANNE FAITHFULL.
                   7" single (Decca F 12889). Producer: MJ. Arrangeur: Jack Nitzsche. The backing
                    track of side A was recorded in July 1968 in Los Angeles, the vocals in late 1968 or
                    early 1969 in London, Olympic Sound Studios.
                    Side B was recorded in July 1968 in Los Angeles (see 680707C).
                    A: Sister Morphine (MJ/KR/Marianne Faithfull)
                    B: Something Better (Gerry Goffin/Barry Mann) -Ry Cooder on guitar
                    Line-up side A: MJ (acc gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)/Marianne Faithfull (voc)/Ry
                                               Cooder (gtr)/Jack Nitzsche (p)

690224A  24th February: UK radio (BBC) 'The Hit Heard Around The World'.
                    - interview with MJ (from record)

690224B  24th February: UK radio (BBC) 'Scene And Heard'.
                    - interview with MJ by Chris Denning
                    Note: Same as 690224A?

690304A  4th March: THE END. Probably London, Olympic Sound Studios. Producer: BW.
                    - Son Of Lightning (David Brown/Nicky Graham/Terry Taylor/Paul Francis)
                    Line-up: Jim Henderson (voc)/David Brown (Bass, voc)/Nicky Graham (keyb, voc)/
                                   Terry Taylor (gtr)/Paul Francis (dr)

690400A  April: Rome, Italy. Shootings for the film Umano Non Umano! (Human, Not
                   Human!). Director: Mario Schifano. Producer: Anita Pallenberg & Ettore
                   Rosboch. Collage-movie, incl. segments with MJ & KR:
                   - Street Fighting Man (MJ/KR) -promo-like; MJ lip-synching and dancing
                   - Instrumental (KR) -KR playing on a moog synthesizer
                   Note: This rare movie was premiered 1972.

690403A  3rd April: THE END. Probably London, Olympic Sound Studios. Producer: BW.
                    - Second Glance (David Brown/Nicky Graham/Terry Taylor/Paul Francis)
                    Line-up: Jim Henderson (voc)/David Brown (Bass, voc)/Nicky Graham (keyb, voc)/
                                   Terry Taylor (gtr)/Paul Francis (dr)

690411A  11th April: West-Germany, unknown cinema(s). Premiere of the movie ‘Michael
                    Kolhaas - der Rebell’. Director: Volker Schlöndorff. Starring: Anita Pallenberg.
                    One scene includes KR as an extra (filmed in July 1968 near Bratislava,
                    Czecheslovakia).
                    Note: Premiered in the UK on November 13, under title Man On Horseback.

690415A  15th April: THE END. Probably London, Olympic Sound Studios. Producer: BW.
                    - North Thames Gas Board (David Brown/Nicky Graham/Terry Taylor/Colin Giffin)
                    Line-up: STU (p)/Jim Henderson (voc)/David Brown (Bass, voc)/Nicky Graham
                                   (keyb, voc)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/Paul Francis (dr)

690417A  17th April - 2nd July: London, Olympic Sound Studios. Producer: Jimmy Miller.
                    Sound engineers: Glyn Johns; Vic Smith on Monkey Man I; Andy Johns, Glyn Johns
                    and George Chkiantz on Jiving Sister Fanny.
                    With Mick Taylor (MT) from 24th May onwards.
                    - Country Honk I (MJ/KR) -early version without fiddle (12th May)
                    - Country Honk II (MJ/KR) -first version with Mick Taylor
                    - Curtis Meets Smokey (MJ/KR) -unverified (23rd April)
                    - Downtown Suzie II (BW) -Metamorphosis-version (23rd April)
                    - Honky Tonk Women II (MJ/KR) -STU on piano, Jimmy Miller on
                       cowbell, Reparata and The Delrons, Nanette Workman & Doris Troy
                       on backing vocals, Steve Gregory & Bud Beadle on horns
; 7" version, recordings
                       begun 30th May - 5th June
                    - I Don't Know Why I (Stevie Wonder/Paul Riser/Don Hunter/Lula Hardaway) -STU
                         on piano, unknowns on brass; early mix of version II, recorded around the 30th June
                    - I Don't Know Why II (Stevie Wonder/Paul Riser/Don Hunter/Lula Hardaway) -STU
                         on piano, unknowns on brass; Metamorphosis-version, recorded around the 30th
                         June
                   - I'm Going Down I (MJ/KR) -Rocky Dijon on percussion; unverified version without
                        sax
                   - Jiving Sister Fanny I (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on electric piano; early version
                   - Jiving Sister Fanny II (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on electric piano; 'Black Box'-
                        version with female vocals, unverified
                   - Jiving Sister Fanny III (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on electric piano;
                        Metamorphosis-version
                   - Let It Bleed II (MJ/KR) -STU on piano; Let It Bleed-version
                   - Let It Loose I (MJ/KR) -unverified early version
                   - Live With Me I (MJ/KR) -unverified early version without overdubs (24th May)
                   - Loving Cup I (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on keyboard; early version with e.g. totally
                        different piano-intro
                   - Monkey Man I (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano, Jimmy Miller on tambourine;
                        unverified instrumental (under title Positano Grande)(17th - 22nd April)
                   - Monkey Man II (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano, Jimmy Miller on tambourine;
                        Let It Bleed-version (10th June - 2nd July)
                   - Mucking About (MJ/KR) -unverified (29th April)
                   - So Fine (MJ/KR) -unverified (23rd April)
                   - Toss The Coin (MJ/KR) -unverified
                   - The Vulture (MJ/KR) -unverified
                   - When Old Glory Comes Along (MJ/KR) -unverified (17th - 22nd April)

690423A  23rd April: London, Olympic Sound Studios. Producer and sound engineer: Glyn Johns.
                    - The Boudoir Stomp (CW/Nicky Hopkins/Ry Cooder)
                    - It Hurts Me Too (Hudson Whittaker)
                    - Edward's Thrump Up (CW/Nicky Hopkins/Ry Cooder)
                    - Blow With Ry (CW/Nicky Hopkins/Ry Cooder)
                    - Interlude A La El Hopo (CW/Nicky Hopkins/Ry Cooder)/The Loveliest Night Of
                         The Year (Juventino Rosas)
                    - Highland Fling (CW/Nicky Hopkins/Ry Cooder)
                    Line-up: MJ (voc, harm)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)/Nicky Hopkins (p)/Ry Cooder (gtr)
                    Note: MJ partly uses lyrics from Bob Dylan’s Pledging My Time for It Hurts Me Too.

690505A  5th and 6th May: BILLY PRESTON. London, Trident Studio. Producer: George
                   Harrison.
                   - Do What You Want (Billy Preston)
                   - That's The Way God Planned It Pt. 1 & 2 (Billy Preston)
                   - That's The Way God Planned It (Alternate Version)(Billy Preston)
                   Line-up: KR (bass)/Billy Preston (voc, keyb)/Eric Clapton (gtr)/George Harrison (gtr)/
                                  Ginger Baker (dr)/Doris Troy (bvoc)
                   Note: The alternate version wasn't released before 1991 as bonus track on the
                              CD-release of Billy Preston's 'That's The Way God Planned It'-album
                              (EMI Records CDP 7975802).

690514A  14th May: London, Olympic Sound Studios. Audition for Mick Taylor.
                    - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR) -unverified
                    + unverified blues jam

690500A  May - early July: BRIAN JONES. Hartford, England, Cotchford Farm. Rehearsals.
                   Musicians: BJ (gtr)/Martin Stone (gtr)/Boz Burrell (bass)/Micky Waller (dr;
                                       unconfirmed)/Steve Marriott (gtr; unconfirmed)/Alexis Korner (gtr;
                                       unconfirmed)

690600A  June: BRIAN JONES. Hartford, England, Cotchford Farm.
                   Recording of demos. Incl. (all unverified):
                   - Chow Time (BJ?)
                   - Has Anybody Seen My Baby (BJ?)
                   + two blues jams

690600B  June: LEIGH STEPHENS.
                   LP 'Red Weather' (Philips SBL 7897). Producer: Leigh Stephens.
                   Recorded at Trident Studios, London. Incl.
                    - Indians (Leigh Stephens/Koske)
                    - Joannie Mann (Leigh Stephens)
                    - If You Choose Too (Leigh Stephens/Eric Albronda)
                   Line-up: STU (p)/Leigh Stephens (gtr, voc)/Kevin Westlake (perc and/or bass)/
                                  Micky Waller (dr)/Eric Albronda (gtr; unsure)
                    Note: It’s unsure if STU plays on If You Choose Too, it could also be Nicky Hopkins.
                              STU is credited as Ian Stuart.

690600C  June: PROCOL HARUM.
                    LP 'A Salty Dog' (Regal Zonophone SLRZ 1009). Producer: Matthew Fisher.
                    Sound engineer: STU. Recorded in London, at the Rolling Stones rehearsal
                    room in Bermondsey. Incl.
                    - Juicy John Pink (Robin Trower/Keith Reid)
                    Line-up: Gary Brooker (voc, harm)/Robin Trower (gtr)/David Knight (bass)/
                                   Barrie Wilson (dr)
                    Note: STU is misnamed as Ian Stuart.

690613A  13th June: London, Hyde Park. Press conference.
                    Mick Taylor gets introduced to the public as new Rolling Stones-member.

690613B  13th June: UK TV ( ), newscast(s) on press conference at Hyde Park.

690613C  13th June: US TV (ABC) ‘Music Scene’, London.
                    Recording of various ads by members of The Rolling Stones for an upcoming
                    music programme in Fall.
                    Note: Released on DVD in October 2000.

690613D  13th June: London, Olympic Sound Studios. Producer: Jimmy Miller.
                    Mixing for the LP 'Let It Bleed'.

690616A  16th June: US TV ( ) 'The David Frost Show', Wembley.
                    - You Can't Always Get What You Want (MJ/KR) -live vocals on
                         prepared backing track
                    - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR) -live vocals on prepared backing track
                    - interview with MJ by David Frost
                    Note: YCAGWYW was aired on July 7, HTW was aired on August 21.

690627A  27th June: BILLY PRESTON.
                   7" single (Apple 12). Producer: George Harrison.
                   A: That's The Way God Planned It (Billy Preston) -KR on bass
                   [B: What About You? (Billy Preston)]
                   Line-up: see 690505A.

690700A  early July: THE END.
                   LP 'Introspection' (Decca SKL R 5015). Producer: BW. Sound engineer: Glyn Johns.
                   - Dreamworld (Dave Brown/Colin Giffin/Nick Graham)
                   - Under The Rainbow (Colin Giffin)
                   - Shades Of Orange (BW/Peter Gosling) -CW on tabla, previously released.
                   - Bromley Common (George Kenset) -voice by George Kenset
                   - Cardboard Watch (Dave Brown/Nick Graham/Terry Taylor)
                   - Introspection Pt. 1 (Dave Brown/Nick Graham/Colin Giffin)
                   - What Does It Feel Like (Colin Giffin/Terry Taylor)
                   - Linen Draper (George Kenset) -voice by George Kenset
                   - Don't Take Me (Dave Brown/Colin Giffin/Nick Graham)
                   - Loving Sacred Loving (BW/Peter Gosling) -Nicky Hopkins on harpsichord;
                        previously released.
                   - She Said Yeah (Sonny Christy/Roddy Jackson) -Ken Leeman on sax,
                        Jim Henderson on backing vocals
                   - Jacob's Bladder (George Kenset) -voice by George Kenset
                   - Introspection Pt. 2 (Dave Brown/Nick Graham/Colin Giffin)
                   Line-up: Terry Taylor (gtr, voc)/Dave Brown (bass, voc)/Nicky Graham (org, p, voc)/
                                  Colin Giffin (gtr, sax, voc)/Hugh Attwooll (dr)

690703A  3rd July: UK TV (BBC) 'Top Of The Pops' , London, BBC Studio G.
                   - Honky Tonk Women 1 (MJ/KR) -probably live vocals on a prepared backing track
                   - Honky Tonk Women 2 (MJ/KR) -probably live vocals on a prepared backing track
                   Note: Version 1 was televised on the 10th, 17th and 31st July.
                             Version 2 was televised on the 7th, 14th and 21st August.
                             At least one of these versions has a different ending to the 7"-version.

690704A  4th July: THE ROLLING STONES.
                  7" single (Decca F 12952). Producer: Jimmy Miller.
                  A: Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR)
                  B: You Can't Always Get What You Want (MJ/KR)
                  Line-up ‘Honky Tonk Women’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/MT (gtr)/BW (bass)/
                                CW (dr)/STU (p)/Jimmy Miller (cowbell)/Reparata & The Delrons
                                (bvoc)/Doris Troy (bvoc)/Nanette Workman (bvoc)/Steve Gregory & Bud
                                Beadle (horns)/Johnny Almond (horns-arranger)

                  Line-up ‘YCAGWYW’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr)/BW (bass)/Jimmy Miller (dr)/Al Kooper
                                (french horn, p, org)/Rocky Dijon (perc)/Doris Troy (bvoc)/Nanette
                                Workman (bvoc)/Madeline Bell (bvoc)/The London Bach Choir (choir)

690704B  4th July: Dutch radio (Radio Veronica) 'In Memoriam - Brian Jones'.

690704C  4th - 5th July (and maybe some days before): London, Apple Studios.
                   Rehearsals for the upcoming gig at London, Hyde Park. Incl.
                   - I’ve Been Loving You Too Long (Redding/Butler) -unconfirmed

690705A  5th July: UK TV (Granada) 'Stones In The Park', London. Telerecording.
                   - interview with MJ by Jo Durden Smith

690705B  5th July: London, Hyde Park, Cockpit Area
                   (I'm Yours And I'm Hers [backstage rehearsal]/Adonais [Eulogy for Brian Jones]/
                    I'm Yours And I'm Hers/Jumping Jack Flash/Mercy Mercy/Stray Cat Blues/
                    No Expectations/I'm Free/Down Home Girl/Love In Vain/Loving Cup/Honky Tonk
                    Women/Midnight Rambler/Satisfaction/Street Fighting Man/Sympathy For The Devil)
                   Note: Additional musicians on Sympathy For The Devil: Ginger Johnson's African
                             Drummers (perc)/Rocky Dijon (perc).
                             Adonais is a poem by Percy Shelley, read (in parts) by MJ.
                             Soundboard recording was made by Ray Prickett for Granada Television with
                             the Pye Mobile Recording Studio.

690705C  5th July: UK TV ( ), various newscasts, London.
                    - reports on the free concert at Hyde Park

690705D  July: UK news-film (British Pathé) for cinemas, report on Hyde Park 5.7.:
                    - I'm Yours And I'm Hers (Johnny Winter) -part only
                    - Jumping Jack Flash (MJ/KR) -part only                  

690706A  6th July: UK radio (BBC) 'Scene And Heard', London.
                    - interview with MJ by Johnny Moran
                    Note: Repeated on the 8th July.

690710A  10th July: Sydney, Australia. Press conference by MJ.

690710B  10th July: UK TV (BBC & ITV), various newscasts, Cheltenham.
                    - reports on BJ's funeral (with BW & CW in attendance)

690711A  11 July: Australian TV (ABC) 'This Day Tonight', incl.
                    - part of the press conference from the day before

690713A  13th July - mid-September: Bungendore (near Canberra), Australia.
                    Shootings for the movie Ned Kelly starring MJ. Director: Tony Richardson.

690713B  13th July - mid-September: Bungendore (near Canberra), Australia.
                    Shootings for the documentary film ‘A Stone In The Bush’ (25 min.) about
                    the making of Ned Kelly-movie (26 min.). Directors: Mick Glasheen, Martyn
                    Sanderson & John Allen.

690715A  15th July: Australian radio (2SM), Sydney.
                    - interview with MJ (probably from the press conference on July 10)

690802A  2nd August: German TV (Radio Bremen) ‘Beat Club’. Incl.
                   - footage from Hyde Park-gig
                   - footage from BJ’s funeral

690807A  7th August: UK TV (BBC) 'Top Of The Pops', London.
                    - interview with MJ
                    Note: Broadcast date. Probably already taped on the 3rd July.

690824A  24th August: BILLY PRESTON.
                   LP 'That's The Way God Planned It' (Apple SAPCOR 9). Producer: George Harrison.
                   - Do What You Want (Billy Preston) -KR on bass
                   - That's The Way God Planned It - Parts 1 & 2 (Billy Preston) -KR on bass
                   Note: See for line-up and more info under 690505A.

690900A  September or later: MICK JAGGER. Middlesex, England, Twickenham Studios.
                   Recordings for the Ned Kelly-movie. Producer: Ron Haffkine.
                   Arrangers: Ron Frangipane and Ron Haffkine. Incl.
                   - The Wild Colonial Boy I (Trad. arr.: Shel Silverstein) -soundtrack-version
                   - The Wild Colonial Boy II (Trad. arr.: Shel Silverstein) -movie-version
                   Line-up: MJ (voc)/unidentified bomboo flute-player and choir

690902A  2nd September: UK TV (Granada) 'The Stones In The Park', TV-premiere.
                   Directors: Jo Durden-Smith and Leslie Woodward. Sound recording:
                   Ray Prickett. Recorded on the 5th of July in London, Hyde Park. Incl.:
                   - Midnight Rambler (MJ/KR) -part only
                   - interview with MJ by Jo Durden-Smith
                   - Street Fighting Man (MJ/KR) -part only
                   - Satisfaction (MJ/KR) -part only
                   - I'm Free (MJ/KR)
                   - I'm Yours And I'm Hers (Johnny Winter) -instrumental rehearsal
                   - Adonais (Percy Bysske Shelley) -poem, spoken by MJ
                   - I'm Yours And I'm Hers (Johnny Winter)
                   - Jumping Jack Flash (MJ/KR)
                   - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR)
                   - Love In Vain (Robert Johnson)
                   - Sympathy For The Devil (MJ/KR)
                  Note: For more info see 690705A/B.

690924A  24th September: Australian TV (ABC) 'This Day Tonight', incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Richard Carleton (near Canberra, Australia)
                   + footage from the shootings of the movie 'Ned Kelly'

690900B  September or October: US radio (KRLA) 'The Pop Chronicles'. Host: John Gilliland.
                   Show #30 "The British Are Coming", incl.
                   - interview with MJ (Morden, Surrey, February 1968)
                   - interview with BJ by Jim Stark & John Carpenter (Monterrey, June 1967)
                   - interview with BJ (London, January 1968)
                   + parts of the rehearsals at R.G. Jones Studios, Surrey, February 1968

690900C  Autumn: Australian TV (ABC) 'GTK', incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Richard Carleton (near Canberra, Australia)
                    Note: Two segments, titled 'Mick Again' and 'More Mick'.

691000A  first half of October: LEON RUSSELL. London, Olympic Sound Studios.
                   Producers: Denny Cordell and Leon Russell. Sound engineer: Glyn Johns.
                   - Hurtsome Body (Leon Russell) -CW on drums
                   - I Put A Spell On You (Leon Russell) -CW on drums
                   - Roll Away The Stone (Leon Russell/Greg Dempsey) -BW on bass
                   Musicians: BW (bass)/CW (dr)/Leon Russell (voc, p, perc, gtr)/& many more

691017A  17th October - 26th October: THE ROLLING STONES. Los Angeles,
                   Sunset Sound Studios &
                   28th October - 2nd November: Los Angeles, Elektra Studios. Producer: Jimmy Miller.
                   Sound engineers: Glyn Johns (& Bruce Botnik at Elektra).
                   Additional musicians: Bobby Keys, Nanette Workman, Merry Clayton,
                   Byron Berline and Leon Russell. Overdubbing and mixing-sessions.
                   - All Down The Line I (MJ/KR) -acoustic-version
                   - Country Honk III (MJ/KR) -Byron Berline on fiddle, Nanette Workman
                        on backing vocals, Sam Cutler on car horn; Let It Bleed-version
                   - Gimme Shelter IV (MJ/KR) -Merry Clayton on vocals, Nicky Hopkins
                        on piano, Jimmy Miller on percussion; Let It Bleed-version
                   - Hillside Blues (MJ/KR) -Bobby Keys on sax
                   - Live With Me II (MJ/KR) -Leon Russell and Nicky Hopkins on piano,
                        Bobby Keys on sax, horns arranged by Leon Russell.; Let It Bleed-version
                     Note: Hillside Blues is commonly known as I Don’t Know The Reason Why.
                               All Down The Line could come from London June 1969.

691020A  20th October: US radio (KABC).
                   - interview with MJ by Howard Smith (L.A., Sunset Studios)
                   Note: Aired on November 23.

691027A  27th October: Los Angeles, Beverly Wilshire Hotel. Press conference. Incl
                   - interview with all five Stones

 691028A  28th October - 1st November: Laurel Canyon, California, basement of  Stephen Stills’
                    house. Rehearsals for the upcoming US tour. Incl. songs played on the tour and
                    - Bad Boy (Eddy Taylor) -31.10.69; unverified
                    - Monkey Man (MJ/KR) -31.10.69; unverified

691102A  2nd November: San Francisco. Premiere of the movie ‘Popcorn - An Audio Visual
                    Thing’ (directors: Peter Clifton & Peter Ryan). Incl.
                    - interview with MJ (London, October 1967)
                    - interview with MJ (Summer 1968)
                    - Jumping Jack Flash (MJ/KR) -promo
                    - 2000 Light Years From Home (MJ/KR) -promo

691102B  2nd - 5th November: Los Angeles, Warner Brothers Studios. Rehearsals.
                   Incl. songs played on the tour and
                   - Let It Bleed (MJ/KR) -3rd November; unverified

7th November - 6th December: THE ROLLING STONES. US Tour.
                         Line-up: MJ (voc, harm)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/MT (gtr)/BW(bass)/CW (dr)/
                                        STU (p on Carol, Little Queenie and Honky Tonk Women)

691107A  7th November: Fort Collins, Colorado, State University
                   (Jumping Jack Flash/Carol/Sympathy For The Devil/Stray Cat Blues/Midnight
                    Rambler/Under My Thumb/Prodigal Son/Love In Vain/I'm Free/Little Queenie/
                    Gimme Shelter/Satisfaction/Honky Tonk Women/Street Fighting Man)
                    Note: The Stones did a soundcheck before the show.

691108A  8th November: Los Angeles, California, Inglewood Forum (1st show)
                  (Jumping Jack Flash/Carol/Sympathy For The Devil/Stray Cat Blues/
                   Prodigal Son/Love In Vain/I'm Free/Midnight Rambler/Live With Me/
                   Little Queenie/Satisfaction/Honky Tonk Women/Street Fighting Man)

691108B  8th November: Los Angeles, Inglewood Forum (backstage). Unverified Jam-session.
                   - Dust My Broom (Elmore James)
                   - Key To The Highway (Big Bill Broonzy/Charles Segar)
                   Line-up: KR (gtr)/MJ (voc)

691108C  8th November: Los Angeles, California, Inglewood Forum (2nd show)
                   (Jumping Jack Flash/Carol/Sympathy For The Devil/Stray Cat Blues/Prodigal Son/
                    You Gotta Move/Love In Vain/I'm Free/Under My Thumb/Midnight Rambler/
                     Live With Me/Little Queenie/Satisfaction/Honky Tonk Women/Street Fighting Man)
                   Note: A private video with parts of Midnight Rambler, Live With Me,
                             Little Queenie and Satisfaction exists.

691109A  9th November: Oakland, California, Alameda Co. Coliseum (1st show)
                   (Jumping Jack Flash/Prodigal Son/You Gotta Move/Carol/Sympathy For TheDevil/
                    Stray Cat Blues/Love In Vain/I'm Free/Under My Thumb/Midnight Rambler/
                    Live With Me/Little Queenie/Satisfaction/Honky Tonk Women/Street Fighting Man)

691109B  9th November: Oakland, California, Alameda Co. Coliseum (2nd show)
                   (Jumping Jack Flash/Carol/Sympathy For The Devil/Stray Cat Blues/Prodigal Son/
                    You Gotta Move/Love In Vain/I'm Free/Under My Thumb/Midnight Rambler/
                     Live With Me/Gimme Shelter/Little Queenie/Satisfaction/Honky Tonk Women/
                     Street Fighting Man)
                    Note: Soundboard recording was made by Bill Graham (see 721029A).

691110A  10th November: San Diego, California, Sports Arena
                   (Jumping Jack Flash/Carol/Sympathy For The Devil/Stray Cat Blues/Prodigal Son/
                    You Gotta Move/Love In Vain/I'm Free/Under My Thumb/Midnight Rambler/Live
                    With Me/Little Queenie/Satisfaction/Honky Tonk Women/Street Fighting Man)

691111A  11th November: Phoenix, Arizona, Coliseum, incl.
                   (Jumping Jack Flash/Carol/Sympathy For The Devil/Stray Cat Blues/
                    Prodigal Son/You Gotta Move/Love In Vain/Under My Thumb/Midnight
                    Rambler/Live With Me/Gimme Shelter/Little Queenie)

691113A  13th November: Dallas, Texas, Moody Coliseum
                   (Jumping Jack Flash/Carol/Sympathy For The Devil/Stray Cat Blues/Prodigal Son/
                    You Gotta Move/Love In Vain//Under My Thumb/Midnight Rambler/Live With
                    Me/Little Queenie/Satisfaction/Honky Tonk Women/Street Fighting Man)

691114A  14th November: Auburn, Alabama, University Memorial Coliseum (1st show)
691114B  14th November: Auburn, Alabama, University Memorial Coliseum (2nd show)

691115A  15th November: Champaign, University Of Illinois, Assembly Hall (1st show)
                   (Jumping Jack Flash/Carol/Sympathy For The Devil/Stray Cat Blues/Love In
                    Vain/Prodigal Son/You Gotta Move/Under My Thumb/Midnight Rambler/Little
                    Queenie/Satisfaction/Honky Tonk Women/Street Fighting Man)

691115B  15th November: Champaign, University Of Illinois, Assembly Hall (2nd show), incl.
                    (Midnight Rambler/Little Queenie/Satisfaction/Honky Tonk Women/
                     Street Fighting Man)

691116A  16th November: Chicago, Illinois, International Amphitheater (1st show)
691116B  16th November: Chicago, Illinois, International Amphitheater (2nd show)
                    Note: Either the first or the second show had the following confirmed set:
                    (Jumping Jack Flash/Carol/Sympathy For The Devil/Stray Cat Blues/
                      Love In Vain/Prodigal Son/Under My Thumb/Midnight Rambler/Live
                      With Me/Little Queenie/Satisfaction/Honky Tonk Women/Street Fighting Man)

691118A  18th November: US TV (CBS) 'Ed Sullivan Show', New York, Studio 50.
                   - Gimme Shelter (MJ/KR)
                   - Love In Vain (Robert Johnson)
                   - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR)
                   - interview with MJ
                   Note: Televised on the 23rd November. Playback with live vocals.

691124A  24th November: Detroit, Michigan, Olympia Stadium
                   (Jumping Jack Flash/Carol/Sympathy For The Devil/Stray Cat Blues/Love In
                    Vain/Prodigal Son/You Gotta Move/Under My Thumb/Midnight Rambler/Live
                    With Me/Little Queenie/Satisfaction/Honky Tonk Women/Street Fighting Man)
                    Note: Soundboard recording was made.

691124B  November or December : US TV ( ) 'Detroit Tube Works', incl.
                    - Little Queenie (Chuck Berry) -Detroit 24.11.69
                    Note: According to a rumour they also aired footage of Sympathy For The Devil.

691125A  25th November: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Spectrum Sports Arena
                  (Jumping Jack Flash/Carol/Sympathy For The Devil/Stray Cat Blues/
                   Love In Vain/Prodigal Son/Under My Thumb/Midnight Rambler/Live
                   With Me/Little Queenie/Satisfaction/Honky Tonk Women/Street Fighting Man)

691126A  26th November: New York City, Rockefeller Center, Rainbow Room.
                   Press conference. Incl.
                   - interviews with all five Stones

691126B  26th November: Baltimore, Maryland, Civic Center
                   (Jumping Jack Flash/Carol/Sympathy For The Devil-Hey Jude/Stray Cat Blues/
                    Love In Vain/You Gotta Move/Under My Thumb-I'm Free/Midnight Rambler/
                    Live With Me/Satisfaction/Honky Tonk Women/Street Fighting Man)
                    Note: Soundboard recording was made by Glyn Johns.

691127A  27th November: New York City, Madison Square Garden
                   (Jumping Jack Flash/Carol/Sympathy For The Devil/Stray Cat Blues/Love In
                    Vain/Prodigal Son/You Gotta Move/Under My Thumb-I'm Free/Midnight
                    Rambler/Live With Me/Little Queenie/Satisfaction/Honky Tonk Women/
                    Street Fighting Man)
                   Note: Soundboard recording was made by Glyn Johns with the Wally Heider Mobile
                             Studio. The whole show was filmed by the Maysles brothers for the upcoming
                             Gimme Shelter-movie incl. unused footage of Jimi Hendrix on a visit backstage.

691127B  27th November: New York City, Hotel Navarro
                   Jam-session of Let It Bleed-songs by MJ (gtr, voc), Jimi Hendrix (gtr) &
                   Deering Howe (harm). Unverified.

691128A  28th November: New York City, Madison Square Garden (1st show), incl.
                   (Jumping Jack Flash/Carol/Sympathy For The Devil/Stray Cat Blues/Under My
                    Thumb-I'm Free/Little Queenie/Satisfaction/Street Fighting Man)
                   Note: Soundboard recording was made by Glyn Johns with the Wally Heider Mobile
                             Studio. The whole show was filmed by the Maysles brothers for the upcoming
                             Gimme Shelter-movie. Little Queenie was used as a promofilm in 1970.

691128B  28th November: New York City, Madison Square Garden (2nd show)
                   (Jumping Jack Flash/Carol/Sympathy For The Devil/Stray Cat Blues/Love In
                    Vain/Prodigal Son/You Gotta Move/Under My Thumb/Midnight Rambler/
                    Live With Me/Little Queenie/Satisfaction/Honky Tonk Women/Street Fighting Man)
                   Note: Soundboard recording was made by Glyn Johns with the Wally Heider Mobile
                             Studio. The whole show was filmed by the Maysles brothers for the upcoming
                             Gimme Shelter-movie.

691129A  29th November: Boston, Massachusetts, Boston Garden (1st show), incl.
                   (Jumping Jack Flash/Carol/Sympathy For The Devil/Stray Cat Blues/
                     Love In Vain/Under My Thumb/Midnight Rambler/Live With Me/
                     Little Queenie/Satisfaction/Honky Tonk Women/Street Fighting Man)
                     Note: Soundboard recording was made by Glyn Johns with the Wally
                               Heider Mobile Studio.

691129B  29th November: Boston, Massachusetts, Boston Garden (2nd show)
                   (Jumping Jack Flash/Carol/Sympathy For The Devil/Stray Cat Blues/Love In
                    Vain/Prodigal Son/You Gotta Move/Under My Thumb/Midnight Rambler/Live With
                    Me/Little Queenie/Satisfaction/Honky Tonk Women/Street Fighting Man)
                    Note: Soundboard recording was made by Glyn Johns with the Wally Heider Mobile
                              Studio.

691130A  30th November: West Palm Beach, Florida, International Raceway,
                    'First Annual International Music & Arts Festival'
                    (Jumping Jack Flash/Carol/Sympathy For The Devil/Stray Cat Blues/
                     Love In Vain/Under My Thumb/Midnight Rambler/Gimme Shelter/Live
                     With Me/Little Queenie/Satisfaction/Honky Tonk Women/Street Fighting Man)

691201A  1st December: West Palm Beach, Florida, Colonnades Hotel. Unverified
                    Jam-session, incl.
                    - Lawdy Miss Clawdy (Lloyd Price)
                    Line-up: MJ (voc, handclaps)/KR (p)

691202A  2nd - 4th December: Florence, Alabama, Muscle Shoals Sound Studios.
                   Producer: Jimmy Miller. Sound engineer: Jimmy Johnson.
                   2nd December:
                    - You Gotta Move I (Fred McDowell/Rev. Gary Davis) -unverified
                    Note: About nineteen takes of You Gotta Move were recorded, most of them were
                              erased.
                   3rd December:
                   - Brown Sugar I (MJ/KR) -STU on piano, very early vocal mix, with "oh baby" at end
                   - Loving Cup (MJ/KR) -unrecorded, MJ (voc, p) only
                   Note: The Stones rehearsed Brown Sugar the whole night until they had a proper take.
                   4th December:
                    - Wild Horses I (MJ/KR) -with Jim Dickinson on tack piano, given as demo to Gram
                         Parsons
                    - Brown Sugar II (MJ/KR) -STU on piano; new vocals, no sax, much better mix to
                         version I, from "Decca-acetate"
                    - Say It’s Not You (Dallas Frazier) -unrecorded, but filmed; KR on piano only
                    - Your Angel Steps Out Of Heaven (Jack Ripley) -unrecorded; KR on piano only
                    Note: The Stones recorded all in all twelve takes of Wild Horses, most of them were
                              erased.
                              The recordings (and the stay in Alabama) were filmed by the Maysles brothers
                              for the upcoming Gimme Shelter-movie.

691205A  5th December: THE ROLLING STONES.
                  LP 'Let It Bleed' (Decca SKL 5025). Producer: Jimmy Miller.
                  A : - Gimme Shelter (MJ/KR)
                        - Love In Vain (Robert Johnson)
                        - Country Honk (MJ/KR)
                        - Live With Me (MJ/KR)
                        - Let It Bleed (MJ/KR)
                   B: - Midnight Rambler (MJ/KR)
                        - You Got The Silver (MJ/KR)
                        - Monkey Man (MJ/KR)
                        - You Can’t Always Get What You Want (MJ/KR)
                   Line-up ‘Gimme Shelter’: MJ (voc, harm)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)/
                                 Merry Clayton (voc)/Jimmy Miller (perc)/Nicky Hopkins (p)
                   Line-up ‘Love In Vain’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)/Ry Cooder (mandolin)
                   Line-up ‘Country Honk’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/MT (gtr)/CW (dr)/
                                 Byron Berline (fiddle)/Nanette Workman (bvoc)/Sam Cutler (car horn)
                   Line-up ‘Live With Me’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, bass)/MT (gtr)/CW (dr)/Bobby
                                 Keys (sax)/Nicky Hopkins (p)/Leon Russell (p, horn arranger)
                   Line-up ‘Let It Bleed’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr)/BW (bass, autoharp)/CW (dr)/STU (p)
                   Line-up ‘Midnight Rambler’: MJ (voc, harm)/KR (gtr)/BJ (perc)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)
                   Line-up ‘You Got The Silver’: KR (voc, gtr)/BJ (autoharp)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)/
                                 Nicky Hopkins (p, org)
                   Line-up ‘Monkey Man’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/BW (bass, vibes)/CW (dr)/
                                 Jimmy Miller (tamb)/Nicky Hopkins (p)
                   Line-up ‘YCAGWYW’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr)/BW (bass)/Jimmy Miller (dr)/Al
                                 Kooper (french horn, p, org)/Rocky Dijon (perc)/Doris Troy (bvoc)/
                                 Nanette Workman (bvoc)/Madeline Bell (bvoc)/The London Bach Choir (choir)

691205B  5th December: US radio (KFRC). Newscast on the Altamont concert.

691206A  6th December: Livermore, California, Altamont Speedway
                  - interview with MJ

691206B  6th December: Livermore, California, Altamont Speedway
                   (Jumping Jack Flash/Carol/Sympathy For The Devil [restarted]/The Sun
                    Is Shining/Stray Cat Blues/Love In Vain/Under My Thumb [restarted]/
                    Brown Sugar/Midnight Rambler/Live With Me/Gimme Shelter/Little
                    Queenie/Satisfaction/Honky Tonk Women/Street Fighting Man)
                    Note: Author of The Sun Is Shining is Jimmy Reed/Ewart Abner/Calvin Carter.
                              The concert was filmed by the Maysles brothers for the upcoming
                              Gimme Shelter-movie.

691207A  7th December: US radio (KSAN), San Francisco. Newscast on the Altamont-concert.

691209A  9th, 10th & 18th December: London, Olympic Sound Studios. Producer: Jimmy Miller.
                   Sound engineer: Glyn Johns.
                   - Brown Sugar III (MJ/KR) -STU on piano; partly to be heard in Gimme Shelter-
                        movie, released on Hot Rocks (by mistake on 1st pressings only!)
                   - Dead Flowers I (MJ/KR) -STU on piano; "little Lucy"-version
                   - Wild Horses II (MJ/KR) -remixed version I, released on Hot Rocks (by mistake
                        on 1st pressings only!)
                   - Wild Horses III (MJ/KR) -version II without piano
                   - You Gotta Move II (Fred McDowell/Rev. Gary Davis) -partly to be heard in Gimme
                        Shelter-movie
                   - You Gotta Move III (Fred McDowell/Rev. Gary Davis) -"Decca-acetate"-version,
                       slightly different mix to Sticky Fingers-version
                   + start of overdubbing of the Get Yer Ya Ya’s Out Album (see 700100D)

691210A  10th December: THE END. Probably London, Olympic Sound Studios.
                    Producer: BW.
                    - My Friend (David Brown/Nicky Graham/Terry Taylor/Paul Francis)
                    - So Free (David Brown/Nicky Graham/Terry Taylor/Paul Francis)
                    Line-up: Jim Henderson (voc)/David Brown (Bass, voc)/Nicky Graham (keyb,
                                   voc)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/Paul Francis (dr)

691212A 12th December: UK TV (BBC/ZDF) 'Pop Go The Sixties', London.
                   - Gimme Shelter (MJ/KR) -live vocals on prepared backing track
                   Note: Televised on the 19th December.

691212B 12th December: UK TV (BBC) 'Top Of The Pops', London.
                   - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR) -live vocals on prepared backing track
                  Note: Televised on the 25th December.

691212C 12th December: UK TV (BBC2) 'Ten Years Of What?', London.
                   - Let It Bleed (MJ/KR) -live vocals on prepared backing track
                   Note: Televised on the 28th December.

691214A  14th December: London, Saville Theatre. Rehearsals for the upcoming shows.

691214B  14th December: London, Saville Theatre (1st show)
                   55 minutes-set incl. (partly unconfirmed):
                   (Jumping Jack Flash/Carol/Midnight Rambler/Little Queenie/Under My
                    Thumb/Satisfaction/Honky Tonk Women/& more)

691214C  14th December: London, Saville Theatre (2nd show)
                    Note: One or both shows were filmed. Satisfaction was televised on US TV
                              'Supernight Of Rock'n Roll' on the 31st December 1984. Also circulating
                              is a film incl.
                              - Satisfaction (MJ/KR)
                              - Jumping Jack Flash (MJ/KR)
                              - Carol (Chuck Berry)
                             Also existing is mute colour footage filmed by Pathé News.

691221A  21st December: London, Lyceum Theatre (1st show)
691221B  21st December: London, Lyceum Theatre (2nd show)
                   Both shows incl. (unconfirmed):
                   (Jumping Jack Flash/Satisfaction/Honky Tonk Women)

691227A  27th December: UK TV (ITV) ‘A Child Of The Sixties’. Incl.
                   - footage of the Stones drug busts

691200A late 1969: US radio (KRLA) 'The Pop Chronicles'. Host: John Gilliland.
                  Show #46 "Sergeant Pepper At The Summit", incl.
                  - interview with MJ (Morden, Surrey, February 1968)
                  - interview with BJ