1971

710100A  early 1971: UK TV (BBC Two) 'Review', incl.
                   - interview with MJ by James Mossmann (on Performance)

710104A  4th January: London, Warner West End Cinema. UK premiere of the movie
                   Performance. Starring: MJ. Directors: Donald Cammell and Nicolas Roeg.

710114A  14th January: UK TV (BBC) 'Cinema', incl.
                    - interview with MJ by David Dimbleby

710100B  January or February: LED ZEPPELIN. Headley Grange, Hampshire, Rolling Stones
                   Mobile Recording Unit. Producer: Jimmy Page. Sound engineer: Andy Johns. Incl.
                   - Boogie With Stu I (STU/Robert Plant/John Bonham/Jimmy Page/John
                       Paul Jones/Mrs. Valens) -early version, take1, 3.16 min.
                   - Boogie With Stu II (STU/Robert Plant/John Bonham/Jimmy Page/John
                       Paul Jones/Mrs. Valens) -early version, take 4, 0.19 min.
                   - Boogie With Stu III (STU/Robert Plant/John Bonham/Jimmy Page/John
                       Paul Jones/Mrs. Valens) -early version, take 5, 3.16 min.
                   - Boogie With Stu IV (STU/Robert Plant/John Bonham/Jimmy Page/John
                       Paul Jones/Mrs. Valens) -early version, take 6, 1.15 min.
                   - Boogie With Stu V (STU/Robert Plant/John Bonham/Jimmy Page/John
                       Paul Jones/Mrs. Valens) -early version, take 8, 0.47 min.
                   - Boogie With Stu VI (STU/Robert Plant/John Bonham/Jimmy Page/John
                       Paul Jones/Mrs. Valens) -early version, take 9, 3.38 min.
                   - Boogie With Stu VII (STU/Robert Plant/John Bonham/Jimmy Page/John
                       Paul Jones/Mrs. Valens) -Physical Graffiti-version, with additional overdubs
                   - Rock And Roll I (Robert Plant/John Bonham/Jimmy Page/John Paul Jones) -alternate
                       mix; 'IV Deluxe Edition'-version (see 141024A)
                   - Rock And Roll II (Robert Plant/John Bonham/Jimmy Page/John Paul Jones) -
                       'IV'-version (see 711108A)
                    Musicians: STU (p)/Robert Plant (voc)/Jimmy Page (gtr, mand, ARP syth)/
                                        John Paul Jones (bass, gtr)/John Bonham (dr)
                    Note: Boogie With Stu bases on the Richie Valens-song Ooh My Head, hence the
                              credit to his widow.

710213A  13th February: French TV (A2) 'Pop 2', incl.
                    - interview with MJ

710302A  2nd March: UK radio (BBC) 'A Story Of Our Time - Brian Jones The Rolling Stone'
                   by Michael Wale, incl.
                   - interview with Michael Aldren
                   - interview with Lewis Jones (BJ's father)
                   - interview with Alexis Korner
                   - interview with Cliff Richard
                   - interview with Les Perrin
                   - interview with MJ
                   + more

710304A  4th March: UK TV (ITV), incl.
                    - interview with BW & CW (arriving in Newcastle)

4th March - 14th March: 8th British Tour („Farewell Tour“)
                  Line-up: MJ (voc, harm)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/MT (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)/
                                 Nicky Hopkins (p)/Bobby Keys (sax)/Jim Price (tp)
                  Note: It's possible, but not verified, that the Stones played Wild Horses, Can't You
                            Hear Me Knocking and Sympathy For The Devil on one or more shows.

710304B  4th March: Newcastle, England, City Hall (1st show)
710304C  4th March: Newcastle, England, City Hall (2nd show)
710305A  5th March: Manchester, England, Free Trade Hall (1st show)
710305B  5th March: Manchester, England, Free Trade Hall (2nd show)

710306A  6th March: Coventry, England, Coventry Theatre (1st show)
                   (Jumping Jack Flash/Live With Me/Dead Flowers/Stray Cat Blues/Love
                    In Vain/Midnight Rambler/Bitch/Honky Tonk Women/Satisfaction/Little
                    Queenie/Brown Sugar/Street Fighting Man)

710306B  6th March: Coventry, England, Coventry Theatre (2nd show)
710308A  8th March: Glasgow, Scotland, Green’s Playhouse (1st show)
710308B  8th March: Glasgow, Scotland, Green’s Playhouse (2nd show)
710309A  9th March: Bristol, England, Colston Hall (1st show)
710309B  9th March: Bristol, England, Colston Hall (2nd show)
710310A  10th March: Brighton, England, Big Apple

710311A  March: UK TV (BBC) ‘Top Of The Pops’, London.
                   - Brown Sugar (MJ/KR) -live vocals on prepared backing track
                   Line-up: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/MT (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)/Trevor
                                 Lawrence (sax)
                   Note: Telecast on the 15th April and the 6th May.

710311B  March: UK TV (BBC) ‘Top Of The Pops’, London.
                  - Bitch (MJ/KR) -live vocals on prepared backing track; Trevor Lawrence on
                      sax, . . . on trumpet
                  - Wild Horses (MJ/KR) -live vocals on prepared backing track
                   Line-up: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/MT (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)
                  Note: Telecast on the 22nd April.
                            The Stones didn’t use the official takes as playback.

710312A  12th March: Liverpool, England, Empire Theatre (1st show)
710312B  12th March: Liverpool, England, Empire Theatre (2nd show)
                   Note: Soundboard recording was made by Glyn Johns.

710313A  13th March: UK TV (BBC Yorkshire), incl.
                   - interview with MJ (before the show in Leeds)

710313B  13th March: Leeds, England, University Of Leeds
                    (Jumping Jack Flash/Live With Me/Dead Flowers/Stray Cat Blues/Love In
                     Vain/Midnight Rambler/Bitch/Band introduction/Honky Tonk Women/
                     Satisfaction/Little Queenie/Brown Sugar/Street Fighting Man/Let It Rock)
                    Note: Soundboard recording was made by Glyn Johns and partly (from Dead
                              Flowers onwards) broadcast through BBC radio.
                              The complete show was officially released in June 2015 (see 150605B).

710314A  14th March: London, Roundhouse (1st show), incl.
                    - Live With me (MJ/KR)
                    - Stray Cat Blues (MJ/KR)
                   Note: Soundboard recording was made by Glyn Johns.
                             Both songs were officially released in June 2015 (see 150605A).

710314B  14th March: London, Roundhouse (2nd show)
                    (Jumping Jack Flash/Live With Me/Dead Flowers/Stray Cat Blues/Love
                     In Vain/Prodigal Son/Midnight Rambler/Bitch/Introduction/Honky Tonk
                     Women/Satisfaction)
                    Note: Soundboard recording was made by Glyn Johns.
                              Love In Vain, Midnight Rambler & Honky Tonk Women were officially
                              released in June 2015 (see 150605A).

710315A  15th March or 16th April: Probably London.
                    - interview with MJ, CW and Marshall Chess by Tom Donahue

710326A  26th March: London, Marquee Club. Rehearsals (without KR).
                   Note: With MJ on guitar.

710326C  26th March: London, Marquee Club, Dress rehearsal. Incl.
                   - Bitch (MJ/KR) -incomplete
                   - I Got The Blues (MJ/KR) -first bars of the intro
                   - Brown Sugar (MJ/KR)
                   Note: Filmed by Bruce Gowers and recorded by Glyn Johns with the Mobile
                             Recording Unit.

710326B  26th March: London, Marquee Club.
                   (Live With Me/Dead Flowers/I Got The Blues 1/I Got The Blues 2 [re-started]/Let It
                    Rock/Midnight Rambler/Satisfaction/Bitch 1 [re-started]/Brown Sugar/Bitch 2)
                   Line-up: MJ (voc, harm)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/MT (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)/
                                  STU (p)/Nicky Hopkins (p)/Bobby Keys (sax)/Jim Price (tp)
                   Note: Filmed by Bruce Gowers and recorded by Glyn Johns with the Mobile
                             Recording Unit.
                             Officially released on DVD and CD in June 2015 (see 150608A).

710326D  26th March: UK TV (Lion TV), 'Ladies 'n Gentlemen - The Rolling Stones',
                   London, Marquee Club. Director: Bruce Gowers.
                   - Live With Me (MJ/KR)
                   - Dead Flowers (MJ/KR)
                   - I Got The Blues (MJ/KR) -remixed from two takes
                   - Let It Rock (Chuck Berry)
                   - Midnight Rambler (MJ/KR)
                   - Satisfaction (MJ/KR)
                   - Bitch (MJ/KR)
                   - Brown Sugar (MJ/KR)
                   Additional musicians: Bobby Keys (sax)/Jim Price (tp)/Nicky Hopkins (p)
                   Note: Aired in various countries on later unknown dates.

710327A  27th March: French TV (A2) 'Pop 2'. Incl.
                    - interview with CW by Giorgio Gomelsky (at CW's home in England)
                    Note: Aired in three parts. Parts 2 & 3 aired April 17, 1971 and May 15, 1971.

710413A  13th April: UK radio (BBC). 60 min.-special, recorded live in Leeds 13.03.1971:
                    (Dead Flowers/Stray Cat Blues/Love In Vain/Midnight Rambler/Bitch/
                     Introduction/Honky Tonk Women/Satisfaction/Little Queenie/Brown
                     Sugar/Street Fighting Man/Let It Rock)

710416A  16th April: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   7" single (Rolling Stones Records RS 19100). Producer: Jimmy Miller.
                   A: Brown Sugar (MJ/KR)
                   B: Bitch (MJ/KR)
                   B: Let It Rock (Chuck Berry) -live in Leeds, 13.3.71
                   Line-up ‘Brown Sugar’: MJ (voc, perc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/MT (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW
                                 (dr)/STU (p)/Bobby Keys (sax)
                   Line-up ‘Bitch’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/MT (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)/
                                 Bobby Keys (sax)/Jim Price (tp)/Jimmy Miller (perc)
                  Line-up ‘Let It Rock’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr)/MT (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)/Nicky
                                Hopkins (p)/Bobby Keys (sax)/Jim Price (tp)

710418A  ca. 18th April: Swedish radio (SR Minnen).
                   - interview with KR by Tommy Rander (in Nice, France)
                   Note: Airing date not known.

710423A  23rd April: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   LP 'Sticky Fingers' (Rolling Stones Records COC 59100). Producer: Jimmy  Miller.
                   Sound engineers: Glyn Johns, Andy Johns, Jimmy Johnson & Chris Kimsey.
                   A: - Brown Sugar (MJ/KR)
                        - Sway (MJ/KR)
                        - Wild Horses (MJ/KR)
                        - Can't You Hear Me Knocking (MJ/KR)
                        - You Gotta Move (Fred McDowell/Rev. Gary Davis)
                   B: - Bitch (MJ/KR)
                        - I Got The Blues (MJ/KR)
                        - Sister Morphine (MJ/KR/Marianne Faithfull)
                        - Dead Flowers (MJ/KR)
                        - Moonlight Mile (MJ/KR)
                    Line-up ‘Brown Sugar’: MJ (voc, perc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/MT (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW
                                  (dr)/STU (p)/Bobby Keys (sax)
                    Line-up ‘Sway’: MJ (voc, gtr)/KR (bvoc)/MT (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)/Nicky
                                  Hopkins (p)/Paul Buckmaster (arranger of strings)
                    Line-up ‘Wild Horses’: MJ (voc, perc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/MT (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW
                                  (dr)/Jim Dickinson (tack p)
                    Line-up ‘CYHMK’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/MT (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)/
                                  Bobby Keys (sax)/Jimmy Miller (perc)/Rocky Dijon (congas)/Billy
                                  Preston (org)
                    Line-up ‘You Gotta Move’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/MT (gtr)/BW (el p)/
                                  CW (dr)
                    Line-up ‘Bitch’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/MT (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)/
                                  Bobby Keys (sax)/Jim Price (tp)/Jimmy Miller (perc)
                    Line-up ‘I Got The Blues’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/MT (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)/
                                  Bobby Keys (sax)/Jim Price (tp)/Billy Preston (org)
                    Line-up ‘Sister Morphine’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)/Jack
                                  Nitzsche (p)/Ry Cooder (gtr)
                    Line-up ‘Dead Flowers’: MJ (voc, gtr)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/MT (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW
                                  (dr)/STU (p)
                    Line-up ‘Moonlight Mile’: MJ (voc, gtr)/MT (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)/Jim Price
                                  (p)/Paul Buckmaster (arranger of strings)

710400A  April: Release of a Sticky Fingers-promotion tape.
                    - MJ announces the new LP Sticky Fingers in nine different ways

710426A  26th April: Dutch radio (Radio Veronica), incl.
                    - phone-interview with MJ (from Paris)

710505A  5th May: UK radio (BBC) 'Top Of The Pops', incl.
                  - interview with MJ by Margaret Howard

710512A  12th May: various TV-newscasts ( ), St. Tropez, France, St. Anne's Chapel.
                    Reports on Bianca Morena de Macias and MJ's wedding.

710512B  12th May: St. Tropez, France, Cafe Des Arts. Unverified jam-session at MJ's
                    wedding-reception.
                    Musicians: MJ (voc), David Brown, Doris Troy, P.P. Arnold, Stephen Stills, Nicky
                                       Hopkins, Bobby Keys, Michael Shrieve.

710516A  16th May: UK radio (BBC) 'Dave Lee Travis Show'.
                    Live tapes from the British Tour (probably Leeds 13.3.71).

710530A  30th May: UK radio (BBC) 'Sunday Music'. Host: John Peel. Live in Leeds,
                   13th March 1971, incl.:
                    (Dead Flowers/Stray Cat Blues/Love In Vain/Midnight Rambler/Bitch/
                     Introduction/Honky Tonk Women/Satisfaction/Little Queenie/Brown
                     Sugar/Street Fighting Man/Let It Rock)

710500A  late May - mid July: JOHN WALKER.  Pontoise, France, Strawberry Studios &
                   Villefranche, France, Villa Nellcote, Mobile Recording Unit. Producer: BW.
                   Sound engineer: Andy Johns. Incl.
                   - Good Days (John Walker)
                   - Hands Of The Clock (John Walker) -unverified
                   - Here Today (John Walker) -unverified
                   - I Have Found My Time In You (John Walker)
                   - Lipstick Traces (John Walker) -unverified
                   - Midnight Morning (John Walker)
                   - Things You Said To Me (John Walker) -unverified
                   - Woman (John Walker) -KR on guitar; unverified
                   - Won't You Tell Me Children (John Walker)
                   - You Talk Too Much (John Walker) -unverified
                   Musicians: BW (bass)/John Walker (voc, gtr)/John Uribe (gtr)/Mike Moran
                                      (keyb)/Paul Francis (dr)/Jim Price & Bobby Keys (brass)/Sue &
                                      Sunny (bvoc)

710600A  June - 9th July: TUCKY BUZZARD.  London, Olympic Sound Studios.
                    Producer: BW. Sound engineers: Keith Harwood & Glyn Johns. Incl.
                    - Ace The Face (Tucky Buzzard)
                    - Gu Gu Gu (Terry Taylor/Nicky Graham/Dave Brown)
                    - Heartbreaker (Terry Taylor/Jimmy Henderson)
                    - My Friend (T. Taylor/N. Graham/D. Brown/P. Francis) -with MT on guitar
                    - Pisces Apple Lady (Leon Russell)
                    - Rolling Cloud (Terry Taylor/Jimmy Henderson)
                    - Sally Shotgun (Terry Taylor/Dave Brown)
                    - She's Meat (Terry Taylor/Nicky Graham/Dave Brown/Jimmy Henderson)
                    - Stainless Steel Lady (Terry Taylor/Nicky Graham/Dave Brown/Jimmy Henderson)
                    - Striker (Terry Taylor/Jimmy Henderson)
                    - Time Will Be Your Doctor (Nicky Graham/Dave Brown/Paul Francis)
                    - Whisky Eyes (Tucky Buzzard) -MT on guitar, Bobby Keys & Jim Price on horns
                    Line-up: Terry Taylor (gtr)/Jimmy Henderson (voc)/Nicky Graham (keyb, voc)/
                                   Paul Francis (dr)/Dave Brown (bass, voc)

710602A  2nd June: UK radio (BBC) 'Sounds Of The 70's'. Live in Leeds, 13th March 1971, incl.:
                    (Dead Flowers/Stray Cat Blues/Love In Vain/Midnight Rambler/Bitch/Band
                     introduction/Honky Tonk Women/Satisfaction/Little Queenie/Brown Sugar/
                     Street Fighting Man/Let It Rock)

710612A  12th June: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   7" single (Rolling Stones Records RS-19101 -US). Producer: Jimmy Miller.
                   A: Wild Horses (MJ/KR)
                   B: Sway (MJ/KR)
                   Note: The version of Sway is different to the Sticky Fingers-version.
                   Line-up ‘Wild Horses’: MJ (voc, perc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/MT (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW
                                 (dr)/Jim Dickinson (tack p)
                   Line-up ‘Sway’: MJ (voc, gtr)/KR (bvoc)/MT (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)/Nicky
                                 Hopkins (p)/Paul Buckmaster (arranger of strings)

710620A  20th June: Dutch radio (Radio Veronica). Rolling Stones-special.

710702A  2nd July: TUCKY BUZZARD.
                   7" single (Capitol CL 15687). Producer: BW.
                   A: Striker (Terry Taylor/Jimmy Henderson)
                   B: Heartbreaker (Terry Taylor/Jimmy Henderson) -edit
                   Line-up: see 710600A.

710710A  10th July - late July and 14th October - 23rd November: Villefranche-sur-mer,
                    France, Villa Nellcote, basement of KR's house, Rolling Stones Mobile Studio.
                    Producer: Jimmy Miller. Sound engineers: Glyn Johns and Andy Johns. Incl.
                     - All Down The Line IV (MJ/KR) -Jimmy Miller on percussion, Nicky Hopkins
                         on piano, Bobby Keyson sax, Jim Price on trumpet and/or trombone; instrumental
                         backing track
                    - Casino Boogie (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano, Bobby Keys on
                         sax; Exile On Main St.-version
                    - Following The River I (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano; unverified
                        instrumental; date unsure
                    - Happy (MJ/KR) -Jimmy Miller on drums, Bobby Keys on sax and percussion,
                         Nicky Hopkins on piano, Jim Price on trumpet and/or trombone; Exile On Main
                         St.-version
                    - I'm Not Signifying I (MJ/KR) -early version without brass
                    - I'm Not Signifying II (MJ/KR) -early version, with less vocals and horns at end
                    - Instrumental (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano
                    - Let It Loose II (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano and mellotron;
                          backing track
                    - Loving Cup II (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano; alternate early version, ending
                        with three "alright"-screams; Crossfire Hurricane-version
                    - Loving Cup III (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano; first part identical to version I,
                        spliced together with a new second part (starting at 2.12); date unsure; Exile
                        On Main St.-2010-remaster-version
                    - Pass The Wine (Sophia Loren) I (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano, Bobby Keys
                        on sax, Jim Price on trumpet, Jimmy Miller on percussion; unverified instrumental
                    - Plundered My Soul I (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano, Bobby Keys on sax;
                        unverified instrumental; date unsure
                    - Rip This Joint I (MJ/KR) -unverified early version with KR on vocals
                    - Rip This Joint II (MJ/KR) -instrumental backing track
                    - Rocks Off I (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano, Bobby Keys on sax, Jim
                         Price on trumpet and/or trombone; instrumental backing track
                    - Rocks Off II (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano, Bobby Keys on sax, Jim
                         Price on trumpet and/or trombone; Exile On Main St.-version
                    - Soul Survivor I (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano, Bobby Keys on sax, Jim
                         Price on trumpet; early version with KR on lead vocals; Exile On Main St.-
                         2010-remaster-version
                    - Soul Survivor II (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano, Bobby Keys on sax,
                          Jim Price on trumpet and/or trombone; instrumental backing track
                    - Soul Survivor III (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano, Bobby Keys on sax,
                          Jim Price on trumpet and/or trombone; Exile On Main St.-version
                    - Ventilator Blues I (MJ/KR/MT) -instrumental rehearsal; Crossfire Hurricane-version
                    - Ventilator Blues II (MJ/KR/MT) -Nicky Hopkins on piano, Bobby Keys on sax,
                          Jim Price on trumpet and/or trombone; Exile On Main St.-version
                    + more
                     Additional musicians: Nicky Hopkins, Jimmy Miller, Bobby Keys and Jim Price.
                    Note: In July they recorded about 20 new tracks. No mixing or overdubbing
                              was done until the 30th November.
                              The vocal parts for most of the tracks were recorded in Los Angeles. 

710729A  29th July: London, Rialto Theatre. Premiere of the movie Gimme Shelter.
                   For more info see 701206A.

710820A  20th August: HOWLIN' WOLF.
                   LP 'The London Howlin' Wolf Sessions' (Rolling Stones Records COC 49101).
                   Producer: Norman Dayron. Recorded in May 1970 (see 700504A).
                   - Rockin' Daddy (Chester Burnett) -Phil Upchurch on bass
                   - Sittin' On Top Of The World (Chester Burnett) -Lafayette Leake on piano
                   - Worried About My Baby (Chester Burnett) -Lafayette Leake on piano
                   - What A Woman (James B. Oden) -shortened
                   - Poor Boy 1 (Chester Burnett)
                   - Built For Comfort I (Willie Dixon) -Joe Miller, Jordan Sandke and Dennis
                        Sandke on horns.
                   - Who's Been Talking?  I (Chester Burnett) -John Simon on piano
                   - The Red Rooster I (Rehearsal)(Willie Dixon) -Lafayette Leake on piano
                   - The Red Rooster II (Willie Dixon) -Lafayette Leake on piano
                   - Do The Do I (Willie Dixon)
                   - Highway 49 (Joe Williams) -shortened
                   - Wang-Dang-Doodle I (Willie Dixon)
                   Line-up: BW (bass, shaker, bell)/CW (dr, congas, perc)/STU (p)/Howlin' Wolf
                                  (voc, harm, gtr)/Eric Clapton (gtr)/Steve Winwood (p, org)/Hubert Sumlin
                                  (gtr)/Jeffrey M. Carp (harm)
                    Note: STU plays on the songs Rockin' Daddy, Poor Boy, Build For Comfort, Do The
                              Do and Wang-Dang-Doodle. BW probably does not play on Rockin' Daddy.  

710829A  29th August: DR.  JOHN.
                   LP 'The Sun, Moon & Herbs' (Atlantic K 40250). Producers: Malcolm Rebenack
                   (alias Dr. John) and Charles Greene. Sound engineer: Roy Thomas Baker. Recorded
                   at Trident Studios, London on July 8 & 9, 1970.
                   - Black John The Conqueror (Malcolm Rebenack) -maybe with MJ
                   - Where Ya At Mule (Malcolm Rebenack) -with MJ
                   - Craney Crow (Malcolm Rebenack) -maybe with MJ
                   - Pots On Fiyo (Malcolm Rebenack) -maybe with MJ
                   - Zu Zu Mamou (Malcolm Rebenack) -maybe with MJ
                   - Familiar Reality - Reprise (Malcolm Rebenack/Jessie Hill) -probably with MJ
                   Line-up 'Where Ya At Mule': MJ (bvoc)/Dr. John (voc, p)/Eric Clapton (gtr)/Tommy
                                  Ferrone (gtr)/Bobby Keys (tsax)/Chris Mercer (sax)/Carl Radle (bass)/Jim
                                  Gordon (congas)/Bobby Whitlock, Doris Troy and P.P. Arnold (bvoc)/The
                                  Memphis Horns (brass)/Fred Staehle (dr)/& others
                   Note: For all other musicians, see 700708A.

710800A  August or later: DR.  JOHN. Release of a promovideo:
                   - Where Ya At Mule (Malcolm Rebenack) -alternate mix
                   Note: Different vocals and slightly different music mix. For more info see 710829A.

710800B  Summer (before 12th September): VARIOUS ARTISTS.
                   promotional LP 'Pick Of The Pops For Your D.J. - 306' (BBC Transcription Series
                   126990), incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Keith Altham

710915A  15th September: BEN SIDRAN.
                    LP 'Feel Your Groove' (Capitol ST 825). Producer: Ben Sidran. Sound engineer: Glyn
                    Johns. Recorded in August or September 1970 in London, Olympic Sound Studios.
                    - The Blues In England (Ben Sidran)
                    Line-up: CW (dr)/Ben Sidran (p, voc)/Peter Frampton (gtr)/Greg Ridley (bass)
                    Note: Supposedly two more tracks were recorded with CW.

710925A  25th September: French radio (Inter), incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Yves Mourousi (in Paris)

710926A  26th September: TUCKY BUZZARD.
                   LP 'Tucky Buzzard' (Capitol ST 787). Producer: BW. Recorded June - July 9, 1971
                   in London, Olympic Sound Studios.
                    - Time Will Be Your Doctor (Nicky Graham/Dave Brown/Paul Francis)
                   - Stainless Steel Lady (Terry Taylor/Nicky Graham/Dave Brown/Jimmy Henderson)
                   - Sally Shotgun (Terry Taylor/Dave Brown)
                   - Gu Gu Gu (Terry Taylor/Nicky Graham/Dave Brown)
                   - My Friend (T. Taylor/N. Graham/D. Brown/P. Francis) -with MT on guitar
                   - Pisces Apple Lady (Leon Russell)
                   - She's Meat (Terry Taylor/Nicky Graham/Dave Brown/Jimmy Henderson)
                   - Ace The Face (Tucky Buzzard)
                   - Whiskey Eyes (Nicky Graham) -with MT on guitar
                   - Rolling Cloud (Terry Taylor/Jimmy Henderson)
                   Line-up: see 710600A.

711009A  9th October: THE MASTER MUSICIANS OF JOUJOUKA.
                   LP 'Brian Jones Presents The Pipes Of Pan At Joujouka' (Rolling Stones Records
                   COC 49100 US). Recorded in July 1968 in Joujouka, Morocco. Producer: BJ.
                   Sound engineer: BJ (and George Chkiantz at Olympic Sound Studios).
                   Additional musician: BJ (handclapping & maybe flute)(see 680723A).
                   - 55 (Hamsa Oua Hamsine)
                   - War Song/Standing + One Half (Kaim Oua Nos)
                   - Take Me With You Darling, Take Me With You (Dinimaak A Habibi-Dinimaak)
                   - Your Eyes Are Like A Cup Of Tea (Al Yunic Sharbouni Ate)
                   - I Am Calling Out (L’Afta)
                   - Your Eyes Are Like A Cup Of Tea (Reprise With Flute)(Al Yunic Sharbouni Ate)

711026A  26th October: UK TV (ATV) 'Beaton By Bailey', incl.
                   - interview with MJ by David Bailey

711030A  30th October: US radio (KRLA) 'The Pop Chronicles'. Host: John Gilliland. Incl.
                   - interview with MJ (recorded in the 60's)

711108A  8th November: LED ZEPPELIN.
                   LP ‘Led Zeppelin IV’ (Atlantic 2401-012). Producer: Jimmy Page. Incl.
                   - Rock And Roll (Robert Plant/John Bonham/Jimmy Page/John Paul Jones)
                   Line-up: STU (p)/Robert Plant (voc)/Jimmy Page (gtr)/John Paul Jones
                                  (bass)/John Bonham (dr)

711130A  30th November - 3rd December: Los Angeles, Sunset Sound Studios.
                    MJ mixes for the double album 'Exile On Main St.' (see 710710A).

711204A  4th - 19th December: Los Angeles, Sunset Sound Studio. Producer: Jimmy Miller.
                    Sound engineer: Andy Johns. Overdubbing-sessions.
                    Additional musicians: Kathi McDonald, Bill Plummer, Clydie King,
                    Venetta Fields, Jesse Kirkland, Tammi Lynn, Sherlie Matthews, Joe
                    Green, Dr. John, Richard Washington, Al Perkins.
                    - All Down The Line V (MJ/KR) -Kathi McDonald on backing vocals,
                        Jimmy Miller on percussion, Nicky Hopkins on piano, Bobby Keys
                        on sax, Jim Price on trumpet and/or trombone; early mix
                    - All Down The Line VI (MJ/KR) -Kathi McDonald on backing vocals,
                        Jimmy Miller on percussion, Nicky Hopkins on piano, Bobby Keys on sax,
                        Jim Price on trumpet and/or trombone; version of US single B-side
                    - All Down The Line VII (MJ/KR) -Kathi McDonald on backing vocals,
                        Jimmy Miller on percussion, Nicky Hopkins on piano, Bobby Keys on
                        sax, Jim Price on trumpet and/or trombone; Exile On Main St.-version
                    - I Just Want To See His Face (MJ/KR) -Jimmy Miller on percussion,
                        Bill Plummer on bass, Clydie King, Venetta Fields and Jesse
                        Kirkland on backing vocals; Exile On Main St.-version
                    - Let It Loose III (MJ/KR)-Tammi Lynn, Sherlie Matthews, Venetta
                        Fields, Joe Green, Clydie King and Dr. John on backing vocals,
                        Nicky Hopkins on piano and mellotron; Exile On Main St.-version
                    - Loving Cup IV (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano; early mix of final
                        version with different vocals and longer in duration
                     - Loving Cup V (MJ/KR) -Jimmy Miller on percussion, Nicky Hopkins
                        on piano, Bobby Keys on sax, Jim Price on trumpet and/or trombone,
                        Gram Parsons on backing vocals; Exile On Main St.-version
                    - Rip This Joint III (MJ/KR) -Bill Plummer on upright bass, Nicky
                        Hopkins on piano, Bobby Keys on sax, Jim Price on trumpet and/or
                        trombone; Exile On Main St.-version
                    - Shake Your Hips III (James Moore) -Ian Stewart on piano, Bobby Keys
                        on sax; Exile On Main St.-version
                    - Shine A Light III (MJ/KR) -Billy Preston on organ and piano, Jimmy
                        Miller on drums, Venetta Fields, Clydie King, Jesse Kirkland and Joe
                        Green on backing vocals; Exile On Main St.-version
                    - Stop Breaking Down III (Robert Johnson) -Ian Stewart on piano; Exile
                        On Main St.-version
                    - Sweet Black Angel II (MJ/KR) -Amyl Nitrate (=Richard 'Didymus'
                        Washington) on marimbas and Jimmy Miller on percussion; backing track
                    - Sweet Black Angel III (MJ/KR) -Amyl Nitrate (=Richard 'Didymus'
                        Washington) on marimbas and Jimmy Miller on percussion; Exile
                        On Main St.-version
                    - Sweet Virginia IV (MJ/KR) -Ian Stewart on piano, Bobby Keys on sax,
                        "friends" (maybe incl. Gram Parsons) on backing vocals; Exile On Main
                        St.-version
                    - Torn And Frayed (MJ/KR) -Al Perkins on steel guitar, Jim Price on
                        organ, Nicky Hopkins on piano; Exile On Main St.-version
                    - Tumbling Dice III (MJ/KR) -Clydie King, Venetta Fields & Sherlie Matthews
                        on backing  vocals, Nicky Hopkins on piano, Bobby Keys on sax,
                        Jim Price on trumpet and/or trombone, Jimmy Miller partly on drums;
                        Exile On Main St.-version
                    - Turd On The Run (MJ/KR) -Bill Plummer on uprite bass, Nicky
                        Hopkins on piano; Exile On Main St.-version
                    Note: The basic tracks of these songs were recorded in Villefranche,
                               France in Summer or even earlier at sessions in London, Olympic
                               Sound Studios (see entries from 1969 onwards).

711219A  19th December onwards: TUCKY BUZZARD. Pontoise (near Paris), France,
                    Chateau D’Herouville, Strawberry Studios & London, Olympic Sound Studios.
                    Producer: BW. Recording sessions for the LP 'Warm Slash'. Incl.
                    - Ain't Too Soon (Terry Taylor/Jimmy Henderson)
                    - Burnin' (Tucky Buzzard)
                    - Fill You In (Tucky Buzzard)
                    - Mistreating Woman (Terry Taylor/Jimmy Henderson)
                    - Need Your Love (Terry Taylor/Jimmy Henderson)
                    - Sky Balloon (Terry Taylor/Jimmy Henderson)
                    - Which Way, When For Why (Terry Taylor/Jimmy Henderson)
                    Line-up: Jimmy Henderson (voc)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/Dave Brown (bass)/
                                   Nicky Graham (keyb)/Chris Johnson (dr)
                    Note: Mixed in Cannes, France with the Mobile Record Unit.

711220A  20th December : THE ROLLING STONES.
                   LP ‘Hot Rocks 1964 - 1971 (London 2PS 606/7, -USA). Greatest Hits-compilation.
                   1st pressings only include by mistake early versions of
                    - Brown Sugar (MJ/KR)
                    - Wild Horses (MJ/KR)
                   Note: Only available on very first pressings with the following handwritten
                             words in the matrix: ‘Shelley 11.18.71’.

710000A  1971: SKY.
                    LP ‘Sailor’s Delight’ (RCA Victor LSP4514 -US). Producers: Jimmy Miller and
                    Andy Johns. Recorded at Stargroves (MJ's house) , Newbury with the MRU or at
                    Olympic Sound Studios, London. Incl.
                    - Bring It On Back (Douglas Fieger)
                    Line-up: STU (p)/John Uribe (gtr)/Douglas Fieger (bass, voc)/John Coury
                                   (gtr, keyb, bvoc)/Bobby Keys and Jim Price (horns)/Robby Stawinski (dr)