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)
                   - 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.

690400B  Spring: PETER & GORDON.
                   7“ single (Capitol Starline 6156, -US). Producer: Peter Asher.
                   [A: Lady Godiva (Mike Leander/Charlie Mills/Gordon Mills)]
                   B: You’ve Had Better Times (Gordon Waller) -alternate version (with new
                          vocals/lyrics)
                   Line-up: BJ (dr)/Peter Asher (voc, gtr)/Gordon Waller (voc, p)/John Maus (gtr)/
                                  ... (bass)
                   Note: Previously only released on a promo-single in June 1968 (see 680600B).

690505A  5th and 6th May: BILLY PRESTON. London, Trident Studio. Producer: George
                   Harrison.
                    - Do What You Want I (Billy Preston) -longer acetate-version without backing vocals
                    - Do What You Want II (Billy Preston) -album-version
                    - 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 Of That's The Way God Planned It was not released
                              before 1991 as bonus track on the CD-release of Billy Preston's 'That's The
                              Way God Planned It'-album (see 911010A).

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) -single edit/mix
                  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 III (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano, Jimmy Miller on
                       percussion; longer version (of IV) with sudden end; Rock Band-version (see
                       071120A)
                   - 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
                   3rd December:
                   - Brown Sugar I (MJ/KR) -STU on piano, very early vocal mix, with "oh baby" at end
                   - Loving Cup (MJ/KR) -unrecorded and unverified, MJ (voc, p) only
                   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"
                    - Your Angel Steps Out Of Heaven (Jack Ripley) -unrecorded but filmed; KR on
                         piano only
                    Note: The recordings of the last day in Alabama were partly 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) -alternate take; Sticky Fingers Deluxe-version (sounds
                        more like a tour-rehearsals, might also come from August 1970 or March 1971)
                   - Dead Flowers II (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
                    - Wild Horses IV (MJ/KR) -Acoustic Version; version II with different second
                        guitar; Sticky Fingers Deluxe-version
                   - 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