1970

700000A  1970: THE ROLLING STONES.
                    EP 'Deja Que Sangre' (Peerless/London EPP 1233, -Mexico). Producer: Jimmy
                    Miller.
                    A: - Let It Bleed (MJ/KR) -edit, probably unavailable elsewhere
                        - You Got The Silver (MJ/KR) -album version
                    B: - You Can't Always Get What You Want (MJ/KR) -single version

700100A  early 1970: Los Angeles, unidentified studio. Overdubs, supervised by Denny
                   Cordell, on a tape sent to L.A. by the Stones via London:                  
                    - Wild Horses V (MJ/KR) -Sneaky Pete Kleinow on pedal steel, Leon Russell on
                         organ; recorded on version I

700123A  23rd January - 14th February (sporadically): THE END. Probably London, Olympic
                   Sound Studios. Producer: BW. Incl.
                    - Turn On Waterstone (Brown/Graham/Taylor/Francis) -23rd January
                    - Smartypants (David Brown/Nicky Graham/Terry Taylor/Paul Francis) *
                    - Do Right Woman, Do Right Man (Dan Penn/Spooner Oldham) *
                    - Mistress Bean (David Brown/Nicky Graham/Terry Taylor/Paul Francis) -Chris
                         Spedding on guitar; 13th February
                    - For Eleanor (Brown/Graham/Taylor/Francis) -14th February
                    Line-up: Jim Henderson (voc)/David Brown (bass, voc)/Nicky Graham (keyb, voc)/
                                   Terry Taylor (gtr)/Paul Francis (dr)
                    Note: The songs marked with a star could have been recorded already in 1969.

700126A  26th January: UK TV (ITV) 'ITN News', incl.
                   - footage of MJ & Marianne entering and leaving Magistrates Court in London

700100C  January - February : London, Olympic Sound Studios and Trident Studios.
                    Mixing and overdubbing for the upcoming album Get Yer Ya Ya's Out.
                    Producers: Glyn Johns & The Rolling Stones. Sound engineer: Glyn Johns.
                    - Jumping Jack Flash (MJ/KR) -New York City, 27.11.69
                    - Carol (Chuck Berry) -New York City, 28.11.69, 1st show
                    - Stray Cat Blues (MJ/KR) -New York City, 28.11.69, 1st show
                    - Love In Vain (Robert Johnson) -Baltimore, 26.11.69
                    - Midnight Rambler (MJ/KR) -New York City, 28.11.69, 2nd show
                    - Sympathy For The Devil (MJ/KR) -New York City, 28.11.69, 1st show
                    - Live With Me (MJ/KR) -New York City, 28.11.69, 2nd show
                    - Little Queenie (Chuck Berry) -New York City, 28.11.69, 1st show
                    - Honky Tonk Woman (MJ/KR) -New York City, 27.11.69
                    - Street Fighting Man (MJ/KR) -New York City, 28.11.69, 1st show or
                         Baltimore 26.11.69
                    Note: Also existing is an acetate on Apple Records with rough mixes of the
                              tracks above.

700200A  February: THE PEOPLE BAND.
                   LP 'The People Band' (Transatlantic TRA 214). Producer: CW. Recorded on the 1st
                   October 1968 in London, Olympic Sound Studios.
                   - Seven Extracts From A Continious Performance By The People Band, Parts 1 - 6
                        (The People Band).
                   Line-up: George Khan (tsax, flute)/Terry Day (dr, asax)/Mel Davis (p, tb, cello)/
                                  Eddie Edem (tp, congas)/Tony Edwards (dr, djembi)/Mick Figgis
                                  (flugelhorn, acgtr)/Frank Flowers (double bass)/Terry Halman (double
                                  bass, one-string thing-a-phone)/Russel Hardy (p, keyb)

700217A  17th February: London, Olympic Sound Studios. Producer: Jimmy Miller.
                    Sound engineers: Glyn & Andy Johns . Final sessions for Wild Horses.
                    - Wild Horses VI (MJ/KR) -shortened; included in Gimme Shelter-movie
                    - Wild Horses VII (MJ/KR) -Billy Preston on organ
                    - Wild Horses VIII  (MJ/KR) -Sticky Fingers-version
                    - Wild Horses IX (MJ/KR) -7" promo-edit

700300A  February or March: US radio (KRLA) 'The Pop Chronicles'. Host: John Gilliland.
                   Show #54 "Hail Hail Rock'n Roll", incl.
                   - interview with MJ (Morden, Surrey, February 1968)                       

700300B  March: London, England, New Arts Lab Camden. Premiere of the silent movie
                   Under My Thumb. Director: Peter Ungerleiden. Filmed at Hyde Park 5.7.69.

700306A  6th March: THE BEATLES.
                   7“ single (Apple R 5833). Producer: George Martin.
                   [A: Let It Be (John Lennon/Paul McCartney)]
                   B: You Know My Name (John Lennon/Paul McCartney)
                   Line-up side B: BJ (alto sax)/John Lennon (voc, gtr)/Paul McCartney (bass, voc)/
                                              Ringo Starr (dr)/& many other instruments dubbed over.
                   Note: BJ's part was recorded on the 8th June 1967 (see 670608A).

700323A  23rd March: LEON RUSSELL.
                   LP 'Leon Russell' (Shelter Records SHE-1001, -US). Producers: Leon Russell and
                   Denny Cordell. Recorded in London, Olympic Sound Studios on the 4th September
                   and/or in the first half of October 1969. Incl.
                   - I Put A Spell On You (Leon Russell) -CW on drums
                   - Hurtsome Body (Leon Russell) -CW on drums
                   - Roll Away The Stone (Leon Russell/Greg Dempsey) -BW on bass
                   Musicians: BW (bass)/CW (dr)/Leon Russell (voc, gtr, keyb, bass, perc)/Chris
                                      Stainton (keyb)/George Harrison (gtr)/Ringo Starr (dr)/Klaus Voorman
                                      (bass)/B.J. Wilson (dr)/Alan Spenner (bass)/Jim Gordon (dr)/Steve
                                      Winwood (keyb)/Jim Horn (sax)/Clydie King (voc)/Joe Cocker (bvoc)/
                                      Bobby Whiplash (bvoc?)/Greg Dempsey (bvoc?)
                   Note: Released in the UK on April 24 (A&M AMLS 982). See also 940125A.

700300B  March - May: London, Olympic Sound Studios & Newbury, Stargroves (MJ’s house)
                    with Mobile Record Unit. Producer: Jimmy Miller. Sound engineers: Glyn Johns,
                    Andy Johns, Chris Kimsey (and Jimmy Miller for Cocksucker Blues).
                    - As Now (MJ/KR) -unverified
                    - Cocksucker Blues (MJ/KR) -MJ (voc & gtr) only
                    - Dancing In The Light I (MJ/KR) -STU on piano, Jimmy Miller on percussion;
                      instrumental
                    - I Got The Blues (MJ/KR) -Billy Preston on organ, Bobby Keys on sax, Jim Price on
                         trumpet; Sticky Fingers-version
                    - Rock It (MJ/KR) -unverified
                    - Travelling Tiger (MJ/KR) -unverified
                    - Tumbling Dice I (MJ/KR) -early version, under title Good Time Women; Crossfire
                         Hurricane-version
                    - Who Am I? I (MJ/KR) -unverified early version
                    - You Gotta Move IV (Fred McDowell/Rev. Gary Davis) -Sticky Fingers-version
                    Note: I Got The Blues was probably begun at Redlands with the MRU. 

700400A  April: THE FLYING BURRITO BROTHERS.
                   LP 'Burrito Deluxe' (A&M AMLS 983). Producer: Jim Dickinson & Henry Lewy. Incl.
                   - Wild Horses (MJ/KR)
                   Note: Composer credit.

700424A  24th April: London, Olympic Sound Studios. Producer: Jimmy Miller. Sound
                   engineers: Glyn Johns, Andy Johns & Chris Kimsey. Final mixing.
                   - Brown Sugar IV (MJ/KR) -STU on piano, with Bobby Keys on sax, MT hardly
                        audible
                   - Brown Sugar V (MJ/KR) -STU on piano, Bobby Keys on sax; much clearer mix
                        of IV, earlier strike up of Bobby Keys
                  - Brown Sugar VI (MJ/KR) -STU on piano, Bobby Keys on sax; Sticky Fingers-
                       version.
                  - Dead Flowers III (MJ/KR) -STU on piano; Sticky Fingers-version

700504A  4th, 6th & 7th May: HOWLIN' WOLF. London, Olympic Sound Studios.
                   Producer: Norman Dayron. Sound engineer: Glyn Johns.
                   - Built For Comfort I (Willie Dixon) -without horns-overdub
                   - Built For Comfort II (Willie Dixon) -London Howlin’ Wolf Sessions-version
                   - Do The Do I (Willie Dixon) -London Howlin’ Wolf Sessions-version
                   - Do The Do II (Willie Dixon) -alternate take
                   - Highway 49 I (Joe Lee Williams) -London Howlin’ Wolf Sessions-version
                   - Highway 49 II (Joe Lee Williams) -alternate version
                   - I Ain’t Superstitious (Willie Dixon) -alternate take (only take of this song
                        with STU on piano, BW and CW not present!)
                   - I Want To Have A Word With You I (Chester Burnett) -STU on piano,
                        BW and CW not present; London Revisited-version
                   - I Want To Have A Word With You II (Chester Burnett) -STU on piano,
                         BW and CW not present; new mix
                   - The Killing Floor (Chester Burnett) -London Revisited-version
                   - Poor Boy I (Chester Burnett) -London Howlin’ Wolf Sessions-version
                   - Poor Boy II (Chester Burnett) -extended alternate mix with different lyrics
                   - Poor Boy III (Chester Burnett) -alternate take
                   - The Red Rooster I (Willie Dixon) -rehearsal take
                   - The Red Rooster II (Willie Dixon) -London Howlin’ Wolf Sessions-version
                   - The Red Rooster III (Willie Dixon) -alternate mix with alternate piano
                   - Rockin' Daddy I (Chester Burnett) -BW maybe not present; London Howlin’
                         Wolf Sessions-version
                   - Rockin' Daddy II (Chester Burnett) -BW maybe not present; extended
                         alternate mix
                   - Sittin' On Top Of The World (Chester Burnett) - London Howlin’ Wolf
                         Sessions-version
                   - Wang-Dang-Doodle I (Willie Dixon) -London Howlin’ Wolf Sessions-version
                   - Wang-Dang-Doodle II (Willie Dixon) -longer alternate take

                   - What A Woman I (James B. Oden) -London Howlin’ Wolf Sessions-version
                   - What A Woman II (James B. Oden) -alternate mix
                   - What A Woman III (James B. Oden) -alternate mix with add. organ overdub
                   - Who's Been Talking? I (Chester Burnett) -London Howlin’ Wolf Sessions-version
                   - Who's Been Talking? II (Chester Burnett) -shortened version with more harp
                   - Who's Been Talking? III (Chester Burnett) -alternate take with false start
                   - Worried About My Baby I (Chester Burnett) -rehearsal take
                   - Worried About My Baby II (Chester Burnett) -London Howlin’ Wolf
                        Sessions-version
                   - Worried About My Baby III (Chester Burnett) -alternate take
                   Basic line-up: BW (bass, cowbell, shakers)/CW (dr, congas, perc)/STU (p)/
                                            Howlin' Wolf (voc, gtr, harm)/Eric Clapton (gtr)/Jeff Carp (harm)/
                                            Hubert Sumlin (gtr)
                   Additional musicians: Lafayette Leake (p)/John Simon (p)/Steve Winwood (p,
                                            org)/Phil Upchurch (bass)/Joe Miller (sax or tb)/Jordan Sandke (tp)/
                                            Dennis Lansing (sax)
                   Note: Worried About My Baby is also known under the title Worried About You,
                              What A Woman is also known under the title Commit A Crime and Who’s
                              Been Talking? is also known under the title Cause Of It All.
                             The overdubs of the additional musicians were overdubbed later.
                             MJ played percussion on about 5 tracks. It's not confirmed if his work has
                             remained on the released tracks, as he is not credited on the album cover.

700616A  ca. 16th June - 30th June & 14th - 27th July: London, Olympic Sound Studios.
                   Producer: Jimmy Miller. Sound engineers: Glyn Johns, Andy Johns, (Chris
                   Kimsey substituted for Andy Johns on the 22nd July). Incl.
                    - Aladdin Stomp (MJ/KR) -unverified (20th July)
                    - All Down The Line II (MJ/KR) -first electric version (14th - 15th July & 23rd
                         July); Exile On Main St. 2010-remaster-version
                    - Can't You Hear Me Knocking I (MJ/KR) -Jimmy Miller on percussion;
                         embryonic alternate take; Sticky Fingers Deluxe-version
                    - Can't You Hear Me Knocking II (MJ/KR) -Billy Preston on organ, Bobby
                         Keys on sax, Jimmy Miller on percussion, Rocky Dijon on congas;
                         Sticky Fingers-version
                    - Hey Mama (MJ/KR) -unverified
                    - I'm Going Down II (MJ/KR) -Bobby Keys on sax, Rocky Dijon on
                         percussion, early mix of version IV (with false start)
                    - I'm Going Down III (MJ/KR) -Bobby Keys on sax, Rocky Dijon on
                         percussion; unverified 'Black Box'-version, with brass and female voice
                    - I'm Going Down IV (MJ/KR) -Bobby Keys on sax, Rocky Dijon on
                         percussion, Metamorphosis-version (14th -15th July)
                    - Leather Jacket (MT) -instrumental (22nd June)
                    - Shake Your Hips I (James Moore) -unverified early version (27th July)
                    - Shine A Light II (MJ/KR) -Billy Preston on piano and organ; early version
                         (23rd July)
                    - Stop Breaking Down I (Robert Johnson) -STU on piano; unverified
                         early version (16th June)
                    - Sweet Virginia I (MJ/KR) -unverified early version, either instrumental or
                         with early lyrics (23rd June; under working title Candlewick Bedspread)
                    - Sweet Virginia II (MJ/KR) -STU on piano, unverified early version
                        without sax (30th June & 20th July)
                    - Who Am I? II (MJ/KR) (15th July)

700624A  24th June: MICK JAGGER.
                   LP 'Ned Kelly' (United Artists UAS 29108). Producer: Ron Haffkine.
                   Arranged by Ron Frangipane & Ron Haffkine. Incl.
                   - The Wild Colonial Boy (Trad., arr.: Shel Silverstein) -MJ on lead vocals

700624B  24th June: London, Pavillion. Premiere of the movie Ned Kelly (starring MJ).

700708A  8th - 9th July: DR. JOHN. London, Trident Studios. Producers: Malcolm Rebennack
                   (a/k/a Dr. John) and Charles Greene. Sound engineer: Roy Thomas Baker. Incl.
                   - Black John The Conqueror (Malcolm Rebenack) -maybe with MJ
                   - Craney Crow (Malcolm Rebenack) -maybe with MJ
                   - Familiar Reality - Reprise (Malcolm Rebenack/Jessie Hill) -probably with MJ
                   - Pots On Fiyo (Malcolm Rebenack) -maybe with MJ
                   - Where Ya At Mule I (Malcolm Rebenack) -album mix; with MJ
                   - Where Ya At Mule II (Malcolm Rebenack) -promovideo mix; with MJ
                   - Zu Zu Mamou (Malcolm Rebenack) -maybe with MJ
                   Musicians: MJ (bvoc)/Dr. John (p, voc, org, gtr, vibes, perc)/Eric Clapton (gtr)/Tommy
                                       Ferrone (gtr)/Vic Brox (tp, org)/Ray Draper (tuba, perc, bvoc)/Fred Staehle
                                       (dr)/Bobby Keys (tsax)/Chris Mercer (sax)/Carl Radle (bass)/Jim Gordon
                                       (congas)/Jim Price (tp)/Graham Bond (sax)/Walter Davis (p)/Fuzzy
                                       Samuels (bass)/Ken Terroade (flute)/Steve York (bass)/Jesse Boyce (bass,
                                       perc)/Freeman Brown (perc)/Bobby Whitlock, Doris Troy, Tammi Lynn,
                                       Shirley Goodman, P.P. Arnold & Joni Jonz (bvoc)/The Memphis Horns
                                       (brass)

700700A  July: LEON RUSSELL. London, Olympic Sound Studios. Producer: Denny
                    Cordell. Sound engineer: Anton .... Recording of a demo.
                    - Shine A Light (MJ/KR) -under title Get A Line On You
                    Line-up ‘Shine A Light’: MJ (voc)/BW or David Spenner (bass)/Leon Russell
                                  (p)/Ringo Starr (dr)/George Harrison (gtr)
                    Note: Get A Line On You was not released before January 1994 (see 940125A).

700700B mid-1970: POLOS OPUESTOS (=THE END).
                  7” single (Hispavox H 619, -Spain). Producer: BW (confirmed for side B).
                  A: En El Verano (Ray Dorset/A. Alpin)
                  B: Smartypants (David Brown/Nicky Graham/Terry Taylor/Paul Francis)
                  Line-up side B: Jim Henderson (voc)/David Brown (Bass, voc)/Nicky Graham
                                             (keyb, voc)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/Paul Francis (dr)
                  Note: It's not safe that BW also produced side A (no producer credited on the 7").
                            The End used a pseudonym for this Spain-only single. En El Verano is a
                            Spanish version of the Mungo Jerry-hit In The Summertime.

700803A  3rd August: New York City. Premiere of the movie Performance. Starring: MJ, James
                   Fox, Anita Pallenberg, Michele Breton. Directors: Donald Cammell and Nicolas Roeg.

700805A  5th - ca. 26th August: London, rehearsal-room in Bermondsey. Tour-rehearsals. Incl.
                   - Paint It Black (MJ/KR) -unverified

700800A  August: Austrian TV (ORF), incl.
                   - interview with MJ (in London)

700824A  24th August or after: Dutch radio ( ), incl.
                    - interview with MJ (in London)

700824B  24th August or after: Swedish radio ( ), incl.
                     - interview with MJ by Tommy Rander (in London)

700827A  27th & 28th August: London, Lyceum Theatre. Tour-rehearsals.

700829A  29th August: Vedbeak (near Copenhagen), Denmark, Hotel Marina.
                   Press conference.

700830A  30th August: Malmoe, Sweden. Press conference.

30th August - 9th October: European Tour.
                   Line-up: MJ (voc, harm)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/MT (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)/
                                 STU (p)/Bobby Keys (sax)/Jim Price (tb)

700830B  30th August: Malmoe, Sweden, Baltiska Hallen
                   (Jumping Jack Flash/Roll Over Beethoven/Sympathy For The Devil/Stray
                    Cat Blues/Love In Vain/Prodigal Son/You Gotta Move/Dead Flowers/
                    Midnight Rambler/Gimme Shelter/Live With Me/Let It Rock/Little
                    Queenie/Brown Sugar/Honky Tonk Women/Street Fighting Man)

700831A  late August: Swedish TV ( ), newscast about stage preparations, incl.
                    - Sympathy For The Devil (MJ/KR) -soundcheck Malmoe 30.8.70, part only
                    Note: Music dubbed from Get Yer Ya Ya's Out.

700900A  early September: Finnish TV (YLE), incl.
                    - arrival of the Stones on Helsinki airport
                    - interview with MJ (very upset about Finnish customs drug raid)

700902A  2nd September: Helsinki, Finland, Olympiastadion, incl.
                   (Jumping Jack Flash/Roll Over Beethoven/Sympathy For The Devil/Stray
                    Cat Blues/Love In Vain/Prodigal Son/You Gotta Move/Dead Flowers/
                    Midnight Rambler)

700904A  4th September: Stockholm, Sweden, Rasunda Fotbollsstadion, incl.
                   (Roll Over Beethoven/Sympathy For The Devil/Stray Cat Blues/Love In Vain/
                    Prodigal Son/You Gotta Move/Dead Flowers/Midnight Rambler/Live With Me)

700904B  4th September: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   LP 'Get Yer Ya Ya's Out' (Decca SKL 5065). Producers: The Rolling Stones & Glyn
                   Johns. Sound engineer: Glyn Johns. Live-album.
                   A: - Jumping Jack Flash (MJ/KR)
                        - Carol (Chuck Berry)
                        - Stray Cat Blues (MJ/KR)
                        - Love In Vain (Robert Johnson)
                        - Midnight Rambler (MJ/KR)
                   B: - Sympathy For The Devil (MJ/KR)
                        - Live With Me (MJ/KR)
                        - Little Queenie (Chuck Berry)
                        - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR)
                        - Street Fighting Man (MJ/KR)
                   Note: For more detailed info see 700100B.

700906A  6th September: Gothenburg, Sweden, Liseberg
                    (Jumping Jack Flash/Roll Over Beethoven/Sympathy For The Devil/Stray Cat Blues/
                     Love In Vain/Prodigal Son/You Gotta Move/Dead Flowers/Midnight Rambler/
                     Live With Me/Let It Rock/Little Queenie/Brown Sugar/Honky Tonk Women)

700909A  9th September: Aarhus, Denmark, Vejlby-Risskov Hallen. Backstage.
                   A short silent private film with backstage footage exists (3 min.).

700909B  9th September: Aarhus, Denmark, Vejlby-Risskov Hallen (1st show)
700909C  9th September: Aarhus, Denmark, Vejlby-Risskov Hallen (2nd show)

700910A  10th September: Danish radio ( ).
                    - MJ, KR and MT play favourite soul and blues records
                    - MJ plays his favourite Stones tracks

700911A  11th September: Copenhagen, Denmark, Forum.

700912A  12th September: Copenhagen, Denmark, Forum (1st show)
700912B  12th September: Copenhagen, Denmark, Forum (2nd show)
                   One of both shows included:
                   (Jumping Jack Flash/Roll Over Beethoven/Sympathy For The Devil/Stray Cat
                    Blues/Love In Vain/Dead Flowers/Midnight Rambler/Live With Me/Let It Rock/
                    Little Queenie/Brown Sugar/Honky Tonk Women/Street Fighting Man)

700913A  13th September: Hamburg, Harbour, M/S Sankt Pauli. Press conference.

700914A  14th September: Hamburg, West-Germany, Ernst-Merck-Halle
                   (Jumping Jack Flash/Roll Over Beethoven/Sympathy For The Devil/Stray
                    Cat Blues/Love In Vain/Prodigal Son/You Gotta Move/Dead Flowers/
                    Midnight Rambler/Live With Me/Let It Rock/Little Queenie/Brown
                    Sugar/Honky Tonk Women/Street Fighting Man)

700900B  mid-September: German TV (NDR?), Hamburg-report, incl.
                   - interview with MJ (press conference Hamburg 13.09.)
                   - interview with KR (press conference Hamburg 13.09.)
                   - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR) -Hamburg 14.09., part only
                   - Brown Sugar (MJ/KR) -Hamburg 14.09., part only
                   Note: Officially released in 1970, see 151212A.

700915A  15th September: German TV ( ). Preview on Berlin-gig.

700915B  15th September: German radio ( ).
                   - interview with MJ

700916B  16th September: Berlin, West-Germany, Deutschlandhalle
                   (Jumping Jack Flash/Roll Over Beethoven/Sympathy For The Devil/Stray Cat
                    Blues/Love In Vain/Prodigal Son/You Gotta Move/Dead Flowers/Midnight
                    Rambler/Live With Me/Let It Rock/Little Queenie/Brown Sugar/Honky Tonk
                    Women/Street Fighting Man)
                   Note: Two different silent private films are existing.

700917A  17th September: German radio (RIAS) 'Treffpunkt'. Berlin-review, incl.
                    - Jumping Jack Flash (MJ/KR) -Berlin 16.09.70, audience recording, with
                        voice-over

700918A  18th September: Cologne, West-Germany, Sporthalle
                   (Jumping Jack Flash/Roll Over Beethoven/Sympathy For The Devil/Stray Cat
                    Blues/Love In Vain/Dead Flowers/Midnight Rambler/Live With Me/
                    Let It Rock/Little Queenie/Brown Sugar/Honky Tonk Women/Street Fighting Man)

700919A  19th September: VARIOUS ARTISTS.
                   LP-soundtrack ‘Performance’ (Warner Brothers WS 2554). Producer and
                   arrangeur: Jack Nitzsche. Musical conductor: Randy Newman. MJ's singing was
                   recorded in London in Autumn 1968, the music was recorded in Los Angeles in
                   December 1968. Incl.
                   - Memo From Turner (MJ/KR) -by Mick Jagger
                   Probable line-up: Ry Cooder (gtr)/Russ Titelman (gtr)/Jack Nitzsche (org)/
                                   Randy Newman (p)/Bobby West or Jerry Sheff (bass)/Gene Parsons
                                   (dr)/Bernard Krause (synth)/Milt Holland (perc; unsure)

700920A 20th September: Stuttgart, West-Germany, Höhenpark Killesberg, Halle 6
                  (Jumping Jack Flash/Roll Over Beethoven/Sympathy For The Devil/
                   Stray Cat Blues/Love In Vain/Dead Flowers/Midnight Rambler/Live With Me/
                   Let It Rock/Little Queenie/Brown Sugar/Honky Tonk Women/Street Fighting Man)

700922A  22nd September: Paris, France, Pavillon D'Armenonville. Press conference.

700922B  22nd September: Paris, France, Palais Des Sports
                   (Jumping Jack Flash/Roll Over Beethoven/Sympathy For The Devil/Stray Cat
                    Blues/Love In Vain/Dead Flowers/Midnight Rambler/Live With Me/Little Queenie/
                    Let It Rock/Brown Sugar/Honky Tonk Women/Street Fighting Man)
                   Note: Broadcast live through French radio (Europe 1).
                             A short silent film with footage of the gig exists.

700923A  23rd September: French radio (RTL), incl.
                    - interview with MJ (in French)

700923B  23rd September: Paris, France, Palais Des Sports. Backstage.
                    - harmonica-jam of MJ and Junior Wells (unverified)

700923C  23rd September: Paris, France, Palais Des Sports
                   (Jumping Jack Flash/Roll Over Beethoven/Sympathy For The Devil/Stray Cat
                    Blues/Love In Vain/Dead Flowers/Midnight Rambler/Live With Me/Let It Rock/
                    Little Queenie/Brown Sugar/Honky Tonk Women/Street Fighting Man)

700924A  24th September: Paris, France, Palais Des Sports
                   (Jumping Jack Flash/Roll Over Beethoven/Sympathy For The Devil/Stray Cat
                    Blues/Love In Vain/Prodigal Son/Dead Flowers/Midnight Rambler/Live With Me/
                    Let It Rock/Little Queenie/Brown Sugar/Honky Tonk Women/Street Fighting Man)

700925A  25th September: French TV (ORTF), incl.
                   - Street Fighting Man (MJ/KR) -Paris 24.9.70, part only
                   - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR) -Paris 24.9.70, part only

700900C  September: French radio (Europe 1) 'Campuse Magazine', incl.
                    - interview with MJ
                    - Dead Flowers (MJ/KR) -live in Paris 22.9.70
                    Note: Re-aired on February 13, 1971.

700926A  26th September: Vienna, Austria, Stadthalle
                   (Jumping Jack Flash/Roll Over Beethoven/Sympathy For The Devil/Stray Cat
                    Blues/Love In Vain/Prodigal Son/Dead Flowers/Midnight Rambler/Live With Me/
                    Little Queenie/Brown Sugar/Honky Tonk Women/Street Fighting Man)
                    Note: A silent private film exists.

700929A  29th September: Rome, Italy, Palazzo Dello Sport, incl.
                   (Jumping Jack Flash/Roll Over Beethoven/Sympathy For The Devil/Stray Cat
                    Blues/Love In Vain/Dead Flowers/Midnight Rambler/Live With Me/ Let It
                    Rock/Little Queenie/Brown Sugar)

700900D  late September/early October: Rome and or Milan, Italy. Anita Pallenberg films
                    films a 30-minute private silent movie titled 'Going Home', with footage of MJ & KR.

701001A  1st October: Milan, Italy, Palalido Palazzo Dello Sport (1st show)
                   (Jumping Jack Flash/Roll Over Beethoven/Sympaythy For The Devil/
                    Stray Cat Blues/Love In Vain/Prodigal Son/Dead Flowers/Midnight
                    Rambler/Live With Me/Little Queenie/Brown Sugar/Honky Tonk Women/
                    Street Fighting Man)
                    Note: Parts of this shows were filmed on super 8.

701001B  1st October: Milan, Italy, Palalido Palazzo Dello Sport (2nd show)
                   (Jumping Jack Flash/Roll Over Beethoven/Sympaythy For The Devil/
                   Stray Cat Blues/Love In Vain/Prodigal Son/Dead Flowers/Midnight
                   Rambler/Live With Me/Let It Rock/Little Queenie/Brown Sugar/
                   Honky Tonk Women/Street Fighting Man)
                   Note: Parts of this shows were filmed on super 8.

701002A  2nd October: Luxemburgian radio (Radio Luxemburg), incl.
                    - interview with MJ

701003A  3rd October: Lyon, France, Palais Des Sports

701005A  5th October: Frankfurt, West-Germany, Festhalle
                   (Jumping Jack Flash/Roll Over Beethoven/Sympathy For The Devil/Stray Cat Blues/
                    Love In Vain/Prodigal Son/Dead Flowers/Midnight Rambler/ Live With Me/
                    Let It Rock/Little Queenie/Brown Sugar/Honky Tonk Women/Street Fighting Man)

701006A  6th October: Frankfurt, West-Germany, Festhalle, incl.
                   (Roll Over Beethoven/Sympathy For The Devil/Stray Cat Blues/Love In
                    Vain/Dead Flowers/Midnight Rambler/Live With Me/Let It Rock/Little Queenie)

701007A  7th October: Essen, West-Germany, Grugahalle, incl.
                   (Jumping Jack Flash/Roll Over Beethoven/Sympathy For The Devil/
                    Stray Cat Blues/Love In Vain/Dead Flowers/Midnight Rambler/Live
                    With Me/Let It Rock/Little Queenie/Brown Sugar)
                    Note: A silent private film exists.

701008A  8th October: Dutch radio ( ), incl.
                    - interview with CW

701009A  9th October: Amsterdam, Holland, RAI Amstelhal
                   (Jumping Jack Flash/Roll Over Beethoven/Sympathy For The Devil/Stray Cat
                    Blues/Love In Vain/Prodigal Son/Dead Flowers/Midnight Rambler/Live With Me/
                    Let It Rock/Little Queenie/Brown Sugar/Honky Tonk Women/Street Fighting Man)
                   Note: With special guest Stephen Stills (p) on Dead Flowers.

701009B  9th October: UK TV (BBC) '24 Hours', incl.
                    - interview with MJ

701017A  17th October - 31st October: Newbury, Stargroves (MJ’s house) with Mobile
                    Record Unit and London, Olympic Sound Studios. Producer: Jimmy Miller.
                    Sound engineer: Glyn Johns.
                    - All Down The Line III (MJ/KR) -second, unverified acoustic version
                    - Bitch I (MJ/KR) -Bobby Keys on sax, Jim Price on trumpet, Jimmy Miller on
                        percussion; Extended Version; Sticky Fingers Deluxe-version
                    - Bitch II (MJ/KR) -Bobby Keys on sax, Jim Price on trumpet, Jimmy
                        Miller on percussion; slightly different mix to II, with more audible ad-lib
                        vocals of MJ during KR's solo
                    - Bitch III (MJ/KR) -Bobby Keys on sax, Jim Price on trumpet, Jimmy
                         Miller on percussion; Sticky Fingers-version
                    - Hide Your Love I (MJ/KR) -unverified early version
                    - Highway Bound (MJ/KR) -a/k/a Highway Child
                    - Moonlight Mile I (MJ/KR) -Jim Price on piano; instrumental; Crossfire
                         Hurricane-version
                    - Moonlight Mile II (MJ/KR) -Jim Price on piano, strings arranged by Paul
                         Buckmaster; Sticky Fingers-version
                    - Potted Shrimps (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano; instrumental
                    - Red House (Jimi Hendrix) -unverified
                    - Shake Your Hips II (James Moore) -STU on piano; early version
                    - Silver Train I (MJ/KR) -early version with slightly longer finish
                    - So Divine (Aladdin Story) II (MJ/KR) -Bobby Keys on sax, Jim Price on vibes;
                          instrumental
                    - Stop Breaking Down II (Robert Johnson) -STU on piano; early (rough) take
                    - Sway I (MJ/KR) - Nicky Hopkins on piano, strings arranged by Paul
                         Buckmaster; flipside of US Wild Horses-single                     
                    - Sway II (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano, strings arranged by Paul
                          Buckmaster; Sticky Fingers-version
                     - Sweet Black Angel I (MJ/KR) -instrumental, under title Bent Green
                          Needles; unverified
                    - Sweet Virginia III (MJ/KR) -STU on piano, Bobby Keys on sax; early
                         version without backing vocals
                    - Travelling Man (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano
                    - Tumbling Dice II (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano; with different lyrics,
                         under title Good Time Women; Exile On Main St. 2010-remaster-version
                    Note: Nicky Hopkins did his piano overdub on Sway not before early (probably
                              February) 1971.

701023A  23rd or 30th October: MICK JAGGER.
                   7“ single (Decca F 13067). Producer: Jack Nitzsche.
                   A: Memo From Turner (MJ/KR)
                   [B: Natural Magic (Jack Nitzsche) -by Ry Cooder]

701206A  6th December: New York City, Plaza Theater. Premiere of the movie Gimme
                   Shelter. Directors: Albert and David Maysles & Charlotte Zwerin. Incl.
                    - Jumping Jack Flash (MJ/KR) -New York City 28.11.69, 1st show
                    - Satisfaction (MJ/KR) -New York City 28.11.69, 1st & 2nd show (spliced together)
                    - You Gotta Move (Fred McDowellRev. Gary Davis) -Muscle Shoals Studios,
                         Alabama 12/69, part only
                    - Wild Horses (MJ/KR) - Muscle Shoals Studios, Alabama l2/69, part only
                    - Brown Sugar (MJ/KR)- Muscle Shoals Studios, Alabama 12/69, part only
                    - Love In Vain (Robert Johnson) -New York City, 27. or 28.11.69 (soundtrack
                         is from Baltimore 26.11.69)
                    - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR) -New York City 28.11.69, 2nd & New York
                          City 27.11.69 (spliced together)
                   - Street Fighting Man (MJ/KR) -New York City 28.11.69, 2nd show
                   - Sympathy For The Devil 1 (MJ/KR) -Altamont 6.12.69
                   - Sympathy For The Devil 2 (MJ/KR) -Altamont 6.l2.69
                   - Under My Thumb 2 (MJ/KR) -Altamont 6.12.69
                   - Street Fighting Man (MJ/KR) -Altamont 6.12.69, part only
                   - Gimme Shelter (MJ/KR) -Altamont 6.12.69, part only

701200A  December: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   7" single (Decca F 13126). Producers: The Rolling Stones & Glyn Johns.
                   Sound engineer: Glyn Johns. Live-single.
                   A: Little Queenie (Chuck Berry) -New York City 28.11.69, 1st show
                   B: Love In Vain (Robert Johnson) -Baltimore 26.11.69
                   Line-up: see 700904B.

701218A  18th December: London, Olympic Sound Studios. (Jam)-session. Incl.
                    - Brown Sugar VII (MJ/KR) -STU on piano; Bobby Keys on sax, Al Kooper and
                        Eric Clapton on guitars

701224A  24th December: Luxemburgian radio (Radio Luxemburg).
                    - MJ wishes Merry Christmas to all listeners
                    Note: Probably recorded during the European Tour.

701226A  26th December: UK TV (BBC2) 'Cucumber Castle'. Director: Hugh Gladwish.
                   Starring: The Bee Gees, Blind Faith, Spike Milligan, Vincent Price and cameos of
                                   MJ and Marianne Faithfull (concert visitors at Blind Faith-concert)