1973

730000A  1973: UK movie ‘Sound Of The City’ (a/k/a ‘Rock City’). Director: Peter Clifton. Incl.
                    - interview with MJ (from Popcorn, early Summer1968)
                    - Elvis imitation (from ‘Charlie Is My Darling’-movie)
                    - Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, ... (MJ/KR) -promo 2, 1966
                    - interview with Pete Townshend (about the Stones)
                   [- Satisfaction (MJ/KR) -by Otis Redding, live in 1967]
                    - We Love You (MJ/KR) -promo 1967
                    - 2000 Light Years From Home (MJ/KR) -promo 1967
                    - Jumping Jack Flash (MJ/KR) -promo 2, 1968
                    - interview with Tina Turner (about MJ)
                    + Faces-footage (see RW 730000A)
                    Note: Released in 1989 on the Telstar-video (Telstar TVE 1003) under the
                              title ‘Superstars In Concert’

730110A  10th January: US radio ( ).
                    - interview with MJ (announcement for the benefit gig)

730116A  16th - 18th January: Los Angeles, S.I.R. Studios. Tour-rehearsals.

730118A  18th January: US TV ( ).
                   - interview with MJ (backstage, Los Angeles, The Forum)

730118B  18th January: Los Angeles, Califonia, The Forum, incl.
                   (Brown Sugar/Bitch/Rocks Off/Gimme Shelter/Route 66/It’s All Over Now/
                     Happy/Tumbling Dice/No Expectations/Sweet Virginia/You Can’t Always
                     Get What You Want/Dead Flowers/Stray Cat Blues/Live With Me/All Down
                     The Line/Rip This Joint/Jumping Jack Flash/Street Fighting Man)
                    Note: Benefit concert for the victims of the Nicaraguan earthquake (23.12.72).
                              With special guest Jose Areas (congas) on You Can’t Always Get What
                              You Want.
                              Supposedly Midnight Rambler was played as encore.
                              Some silent private film footage from the gig exists.

730118B  18th January: Los Angeles, California, unidentified place
                    MJ, KR, Billy Preston and Gary Stromberg jam together (unverified).

730119A  19th January: US radio (KMET), incl.
                    - phone-interview with MJ by Elliot Mintz (from Los Angeles)

730119B  19th January: US radio ( ), Los Angeles, incl.
                   - phone-interview with MJ by a female interviewer

21st January - 27th February: THE ROLLING STONES. Australasian Tour
                (a/k/a Winter Tour).
                   Line-up: MJ (voc, harm)/KR (gtr, voc)/MT (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)/
                                  Bobby Keys (sax)/Jim Price (tp, tb)/Nicky Hopkins (p)/Stu (p;
                                  sometimes, on selected tracks)

730121A  21st January: Honolulu, Hawaii, Honolulu International Center
                   (Brown Sugar/Bitch/Rocks Off/Gimme Shelter/It’s All Over Now/Happy/
                    Tumbling Dice/Sweet Virginia/Band introduction/Dead Flowers/You
                    Can’t Always Get What You Want/All Down The Line/Midnight Rambler/
                    Live With Me/Rip This Joint/Jumping Jack Flash/Street Fighting Man)

730122A  22nd January: Honolulu, Hawaii, Honolulu International Center (1st show)
                   (Brown Sugar/Bitch/Rocks Off/Gimme Shelter/It’s All Over Now/Happy/
                    Tumbling Dice/Sweet Virginia/Dead Flowers/You Can’t Always Get
                    What You Want/All Down The Line/Midnight Rambler/Rip This
                    Joint/Jumping Jack Flash/Street Fighting Man)

730122B  22nd January: Honolulu, Hawaii, Honolulu International Center (2nd show)
                    (Brown Sugar/Bitch/Rocks Off/Gimme Shelter/It’s All Over Now/Happy/
                     Tumbling Dice/Sweet Virginia/Dead Flowers/You Can’t Always Get
                     What You Want/All Down The Line/Midnight Rambler/Rip This Joint/
                     Jumping Jack Flash/Street Fighting Man)

730222C  22nd January: Japanese TV ( ), incl.
                    - interview with MJ (in Los Angeles)
                    Note: Probably televised on a later date.

730223A  23rd January: US radio (KDAY), Los Angeles. Host: Lou Irvin. Incl.
                    - interview with MJ

730127A  27th - 30th January: Los Angeles, Village Recorders. Producer: Jimmy Miller.
                   Sound enginneer: Baker Bigsley. Additional musician: Nicky Hopkins (p, org).
                   - Dancing With Mr. D II (MJ/KR) -unverified alternate early version
                   - Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo II (MJ/KR) -unverified alternate early version
                   - Star Star II (MJ/KR) -unverified alternate early version
                   - Tops II (MJ/KR) -unverified alternate early version
                   - Windmill I (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano; instrumental

730203A  3rd February: unidentified radio station ( ), Honolulu. Incl.
                    - interview with MJ (recorded in January)

730205A  5th February: Hong Kong, Football Stadium (cancelled)

730205B  5th February: Australian radio (KYA). Rolling Stones-story.

730209A  9th February: Sydney, Australia, airport. Press conference.

730209B  9th February: Sydney, Australia, The Old Spaghetti Factory. Press conference.

730211A  11th February: New Zealandian TV (TVNZ), incl.
                    - interview with MJ (on his way to the gig at Western Springs)

730211B  11th February: Auckland, New Zealand, Western Springs Stadium
                   (Brown Sugar/Bitch/Rocks Off/Gimme Shelter/Happy/Tumbling Dice/
                    Love In Vain/Sweet Virginia/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/
                    All Down The Line/Midnight Rambler/Rip This Joint/Jumping Jack
                    Flash/Street Fighting Man)
                   Note: A b&w private film with the following songs exists (all songs cut):
                              - Brown Sugar (MJ/KR)
                              - Bitch (MJ/KR)
                              - Rocks Off (MJ/KR)
                              - Gimme Shelter (MJ/KR)
                             - Happy (MJ/KR)
                             - Love In Vain (Robert Johnson)
                             Also a short silent private film in colour exists.

730214A  14th February: Brisbane, Australia, Milton Park Tennis Courts
                   (Brown Sugar/Bitch/Rocks Off/Gimme Shelter/Happy/Tumbling Dice/
                    Love In Vain/Sweet Virginia/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/
                    All Down The Line/Midnight Rambler/Band introduction/Bye Bye
                    Johnny/Rip This Joint/Jumping Jack Flash/Street Fighting Man)

730216A  16th February: Melbourne, Australia, Montsalvat Castle. TV and press conference.
                    - interviews with MJ, KR, BW & MT
                    Note: CW, Bobby Keys and Jim Price were also on the press conference,
                               but remain quiet.

730216B  16th February: Australian radio ( ), Melbourne.
                    - interview with MJ & KR (recorded at press conference on the same day)

730216C  16th February: YOKO ONO.
                   Double-album ‘Approximately Infinite Universe’ (Apple SAPDO 1001).
                   Producers: John Lennon & Yoko Ono. Sound engineer: Jack Douglas.
                   - Is Winter Here To Stay (Yoko Ono)
                   Line-up: MJ (gtr)/Yoko Ono (voc)/John Lennon (gtr)/Stan Bronstein (sax)/Richard
                                  Frank Jr. (dr)/Gary Van Scyoc (bass)/Adam Ippolito (p)/Wayne Gabriel (gtr)
                    Note: John Lennon is credited as Joel Nohnn.
                               MJ does not play on Winter Song (also on the album).

730217A  17th February: Melbourne, Australia, Kooyong Tennis Courts (1st show)
                   (Brown Sugar/Bitch/Rocks Off/Gimme Shelter/Happy/Tumbling Dice/
                    Love In Vain/Sweet Virginia/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/
                    Honky Tonk Women/All Down The Line/Midnight Rambler/Band
                    introduction/Bye Bye Johnny/Jumping Jack Flash/Street Fighting Man)
                   Note: The show was partly filmed by Australian ABC TV.

730217B  17th February: Melbourne, Australia, Kooyong Tennis Courts (2nd show), incl.
                   (Brown Sugar/Bitch/Tumbling Dice/Love In Vain/Sweet Virginia/You Can’t
                   Always Get What You Want/Honky Tonk Women/All Down The Line)

730218A  18th February: Melbourne, Australia, Kooyong Tennis Courts
                   (Brown Sugar/Bitch/Rocks Off/Gimme Shelter/Happy/Tumbling Dice/
                    Love In Vain/Sweet Virginia/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/
                    Honky Tonk Women/All Down The Line/Midnight Rambler/Band
                    introduction/Bye Bye Johnny/Jumping Jack Flash/Street Fighting Man)
                    Note: Contrary to common believe only three shows were played in Melbourne.

730220A  20th February: Adelaide, Australia, Memorial Drive Park
                   (Brown Sugar/Bitch/Rocks Off/Gimme Shelter/Happy/Tumbling Dice/
                    Love In Vain/Sweet Virginia/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/
                    Honky Tonk Women/All Down The Line/Midnight Rambler/Bye Bye
                    Johnny/Jumping Jack Flash/Street Fighting Man)

730221A  21st February: Adelaide, Australia, Memorial Drive Park, incl.
                   (Brown Sugar/Bitch/Rocks Off/Gimme Shelter/Happy/Tumbling Dice/
                    Sweet Virginia/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Honky Tonk
                    Women/All Down The Line/Midnight Rambler/Little Queenie/Jumping
                    Jack Flash/Street Fighting Man)

730224A  24th February: Perth, Australia, Western Australia Cricket Ground
                   (Brown Sugar/Bitch/Rocks Off/Gimme Shelter/Happy/Tumbling Dice/
                    Honky Tonk Women/All Down The Line/Midnight Rambler/Band
                    introduction/Happy Birthday To You Nicky/Little Queenie)
                   Note: Soundboard recording was made.
                             A short silent private film from the gig exists.

730226A  26th February: Sydney, Australia, Royal Randwick Racecourse
                   (Brown Sugar/Bitch/Rocks Off/Gimme Shelter/Happy/Tumbling Dice/
                    Love In Vain/Sweet Virginia/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/
                    Honky Tonk Women/All Down The Line/Midnight Rambler/Band
                    introduction/Little Queenie/Rip This Joint/Jumping Jack Flash/Street Fighting Man)
                   Note: Soundboard recording was made.

730226B  26th February: Australian TV (ABC) 'GTK', incl..
                    - interview with BW by Gary Hyde (Monsalvat Castle, Melbourne 16.2.73)

730227A  27th February: Sydney, Australia, Royal Randwick Racecourse
                   (Brown Sugar/Bitch/Rocks Off/Gimme Shelter/Happy/Tumbling Dice/
                    Love In Vain/Sweet Virginia/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/
                    Honky Tonk Women/All Down The Line/Midnight Rambler/Band
                    introduction/Little Queenie/Rip This Joint/Jumping Jack Flash/Street Fighting Man)
                   Note: Soundboard recording was made.

730227B  27th February: Australian TV (ABC) 'GTK', incl..
                    - interview with KR by Gary Hyde (Monsalvat Castle, Melbourne 16.2.73)

730228A  28th February: Australian TV (ABC) 'GTK', incl..
                   - interview with CW by Bernie Cannon (Monsalvat Castle, Melbourne 16.2.73)

730228B  28th February: Dutch radio (TROS), incl.
                   - interview with MJ (about Jimi Hendrix)

730301A  1st March: French radio (Europe 1) ‘French Connection’. 55 min.-special.

730305A  5th March: Australian TV (ABC) 'GTK Special'. Rolling Stones-special, incl.
                   - Brown Sugar (MJ/KR) -overdubbed with studio version
                   - Bitch (MJ/KR) -overdubbed with studio version
                   - footage from press conference in Melbourne 16.2.73
                   - interview with MJ by Jeune Pritchard (Melbourne 16.2.73)
                   - interview with KR by Jeune Pritchard (Melbourne 16.2.73)
                   Note: Re-aired on the 31.7.94.

730306A  6th March onwards: Los Angeles, unidentified studio.
                   MJ, KR and BW mix for the upcoming album ‘Goat’s Head Soup’.

730300A  ca. Spring: TUCKY BUZZARD.
                   7" single (BASF 05 19138-3, -Germany). Producer: BW.
                   A: Gold Medallions (Terry Taylor/Jimmy Henderson) -longer intro, but faded early
                   B: Can't Live Without It (Terry Taylor/J. Henderson/Dave Brown) -longer intro

730325A  25th March: Luxemburgian radio (Radio Luxemburg). Incl.
                   - interview with MJ

730407A  7th April: UK radio (BBC) ‘The Rolling Stones Story’. Host: Alexis Korner.
                   Part 1: ‘The Early Days’. Incl.
                   - interview with Harold Pendleton
                   - interview with MJ
                   - interview with STU
                   - interview with Giorgio Gomelsky
                   - interview with Peter Jones
                   - interview with Andrew Oldham
                   - interview with Dick Rowe
                   - interview with Patrick Duncaster
                   - interview with Brian Matthew
                   - interview with KR

730413A  13th April: Paris, France, Atlantic Records’ 25th anniversary.
                    Marshall Chess premieres a ‘Dancing With Mr. D’-tape.

730414A  14th April: UK radio (BBC) ‘The Rolling Stones Story’. Host: Alexis Korner.
                    Part 2: ‘The Rise To Fame’. Incl.
                    - interview with Peter Jones
                    - interview with Andrew Oldham
                    - interview with Long John Baldry
                    - interview with KR
                    - interview with MJ
                    - interview with Gene Pitney
                    - interview with Ron Malo
                    - interview with BW
                    - interview with Jimmy Savile

730416A  16th April: TUCKY BUZZARD.
                   LP ‘Allright On The Night’ (Purple Records TPSA 7510). Producer: BW.
                   Sound engineer: Jeremy Gee. Recorded with the Rolling Stones Mobile.
                  - Can’t Live Without It (Terry Taylor/Jimmy Henderson/Dave Brown) -short intro
                  - Fast Bluesy Woman (Terry Taylor/Jimmy Henderson/Dave Brown/
                      Chris Johnson) -previously released
                  - Gold Medallions (Terry Taylor/Jimmy Henderson) -long album version
                  - All I Want Is Your Love (Terry Taylor/Jimmy Henderson)
                  - Rainbow Rider (Terry Taylor/Jimmy Henderson)
                  - Rudie Movie Star (Paul Kendrick)
                  - Pictures (Terry Taylor/Jimmy Henderson)
                  - Last War (Terry Taylor/Jimmy Henderson)
                  Line-up: Terry Taylor (gtr)/Jimmy Henderson (voc, harm)/Dave Brown
                                 (bass, gtr)/Chris Johnson (dr, perc)/Ron Taylor (gtr)
                  Additional musicians: Jeff Workman (p), Phil Cordell (p), Don Weller (brass)/
                                                      Paul Kendrick (gtr)

730000B  1973: TUCKY BUZZARD.
                    LP ‘Allright On The Night’ (Passport Records PPS 97001, -US). Producer: BW.
                    Sound engineer: Jeremy Gee. Recorded with the Rolling Stones Mobile. Incl.
                    - Gold Medallions (Terry Taylor/Jimmy Henderson) -short album version
                    Note: This 3.32-edit is different to the versions on 730300A & 730416A.

730421A  21st April: UK radio (BBC) ‘The Rolling Stones Story’. Host: Alexis Korner.
                   Part 3: ‘The Weekend Starts Here’. Incl.
                   - interview with MJ
                   - interview with BJ
                   - interview with CW
                   - interview with Vicki Wickham
                   - Fannie Mae (Buster Brown) -Saturday Club 20.8.65
                   - Interview with Dave Hassinger

730428A  28th April: UK radio (BBC) ‘The Rolling Stones Story’. Host: Alexis Korner.
                   Part 4: ‘At Their Britannic Majesties Behest’. Incl.
                   - interview with MJ
                   - interview with KR
                   - interview with Cathy McGowan
                   - BBC court-report 6/67
                   - interview with Andrew Oldham

730504A  4th May: UK radio (BBC) ‘The Rolling Stones Story’. Host: Alexis Korner.
                   Part 5: 'Brian Jones, Hyde Park And Altamont'. Incl.
                    - interview with MJ
                    - interview with Nicky Hopkins
                    - interview with Jimmy Miller
                    - interview with STU
                    - interview with Mick Abrahams
                    - interview with Andrew King
                    - interview with KR
                    - interview with Lewis Jones
                    - interview with Chip Monck
                    - interview with Sam Cutler
 
730511A  11th May: UK radio (BBC) ‘The Rolling Stones Story’. Host: Alexis Korner.
                    Part 6: ‘Up To Date And Where To Now’
                    - interview with MJ
                    - interview with Dick Rowe
                    - interview with Marshall Chess
                    - BBC-report on Jagger-marriage 5/71
                    - interview with Jimmy Miller
                    - interview with Glyn Johns
                    - interview with Elton John
                    Note: All parts written and produced by Jeff Griffin

730423A  23rd and 26th May: London, Olympic Sound Studios. Producer: Jimmy Miller.
                   Sound engineer: Andy Johns, Doug Bennett. Additional musicians: Nicky
                   Hopkins, Billy Preston. Incl.
                   - Hide Your Love II (MJ/KR) -Jimmy Miller on bass drum, unverified second
                       version

730528A  28th May onwards: London, Island Recording Studios. Mixing and overdubbing
                   for the album Goats Head Soup (partially without KR). Producer: Jimmy
                   Miller. Sound engineer: Andy Johns (with Howard Kilgour). Additional
                   musicians: Nicky Hopkins, Billy Preston, Bobby Keys, Jim Horn, Rebop, Pascal,
                   Ray Cooper, Jim Price, Nicky Harrison, Chuck Finley and Jimmy Miller
                   - Angie II (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano, strings arranged by Nicky 
                        Harrison; Goats Head Soup-version
                   - Can You Hear The Music II (MJ/KR) -Jim Horn on flute, Nicky Hopkins
                        on piano, Rebop on congas,  Jimmy Miller and Pascal on percussion;
                        Goats Head Soup-version
                   - Coming Down Again II (MJ/KR) -Bobby Keys and Jim Horn on saxes,
                       Nicky Hopkins on piano, Pascal on percussion; Goats Head Soup-version                     
                   - Criss Cross II (MJ/KR) -first version with Bobby Keys on sax (in the outro)
                   - Criss Cross III (MJ/KR) -with Bobby Keys on sax from early on, faded out                 
                   - Criss Cross IV (MJ/KR) -edited version II  with more (Bobby Keys on) sax and
                        vocal overdubs; used as soundtrack for the Japanese movie Metamorphoses
                   - Dancing With Mr. D. III (MJ/KR) -early version, probably with the same
                         musicians as on version IV
                   - Dancing With Mr. D. IV (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano, Billy Preston on
                        clavinet, Pascal on percussion, Rebop on congas; Goats Head Soup-version
                   - Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo III (MJ/KR) -Billy Preston on piano, clavinet,
                       synthesizer and backing vocals, Bobby Keys and Jim Horn on saxes,
                       Chuck Finley on trumpet, Rebop on congas, Pascal on percussion, Jim
                       Price (brass arrangement); Goats Head Soup-version
                   - Hide Your Love III (MJ/KR) -Jimmy Miller on bass drum, Bobby Keys on
                         sax, Rebop on congas; differently mixed (more guitar, less piano) acetate-version
                   - Hide Your Love IV (MJ/KR) -Jimmy Miller on bass drum Bobby Keys on
                        sax, Rebop on congas; Goats Head Soup-version
                   - 100 Years Ago II (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano, Billy Preston on clavinet,
                        Jimmy Miller on percussion; longer differently mixed acetate-version
                   - 100 Years Ago III (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano, Billy Preston on
                        clavinet, Jimmy Miller on percussion; Goats Head Soup-version
                   - Silver Train II (MJ/KR) -STU on piano, Jimmy Miller on percussion;
                        early version without harmonica, but with brass
                   - Silver Train III (MJ/KR) -STU on piano, Jimmy Miller on percussion;
                        differently mixed acetate-version
                   - Silver Train IV (MJ/KR) -STU on piano, Jimmy Miller on percussion;
                        Goats Head Soup-version
                   - Star Star III (MJ/KR) -STU on piano and percussion, Bobby Keys on sax;
                         Goats Head Soup-version
                   - Winter II (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano, strings arranged by Nicky
                        Harrison; slightly different mix of version III
                   - Winter III (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano, strings arranged by Nicky
                        Harrison; Goats Head Soup-version

730614A  14th June: London, Warner East End Theatre. British premiere of the movie
                    ‘James Marshall Hendrix’. Director: Joe Boyd. Incl.
                    - interview with MJ

730615A  15th - 20th June: London, Island Recording Studios. Producer: Jimmy Miller.
                    Sound engineer: Andy Johns. KR mixes for the LP ‘Goat’s Head Soup’.

730700A  July (?): London, unknown studio. Compiling of a promo-film. Director: Peter
                    Whitehead.
                     - Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (MJ/KR) -unverified
                     Note: Using mainly footage from Cocksucker Blues-movie. Never aired.

730702A  2nd July: CHRIS JAGGER.
                   LP ‘Chris Jagger’ (GM Records GML 1003). Producers: Chris Jagger & John
                   Uribe. Sound engineer: Glyn Johns. Recorded with the Rolling Stones Mobile
                   Recording Unit at Stargroves (MJ’s house), Newbury, England. Incl.
                   - Handful Of Dust (Chris Jagger/David Pierce) -with MJ on backing vocals
                   - Something New (Chris Jagger) -with STU on piano
                   Basic line-up: Chris Jagger (voc)/John Uribe (gtr, bass, perc)/David Pierce (gtr)/
                                            Roger Earl (dr)/Bobby Keys (sax)

730706A  6th July: JOHNNY WINTER.
                   7" single (CBS 1620). Producer: Rick Derringer.
                   A: Silver Train (MJ/KR) -composer credit
                   [B: Rock & Roll (Johnny Winter)]

730717A  17th July: London, unknown studio. Shooting of promo-films. Director: Michael
                    Lindsay-Hogg.
                    - Angie 1 (MJ/KR) -playback (without strings)
                    - Angie 2 (MJ/KR) -live vocals on prepared backing track (without strings)
                    - Silver Train (MJ/KR) -live vocals on prepared backing track
                    - Dancing With Mr. D. 1 (MJ/KR) -live vocals on prepared backing track
                    - Dancing With Mr. D. 2 (MJ/KR) -edited differently to V1 (from 3.46 onwards)

730724A  24th July onwards: MICK JAGGER & RON WOOD. Richmond, England,
                   The Wick, RW’s homestudio. Sound engineer: George Chkiantz.
                    - It’s Only Rock’n Roll I (MJ/KR) -unverified demo version
                    - instrumental jam ( ) -unverified
                    Line-up: MJ (voc, gtr)/RW (gtr, bass)/Kenney Jones (dr)/David Bowie (bvoc,
                                   handclaps)
                    Note: Apparently one more track was recorded, either ‘I Can Feel The Fire’ or a
                              cover-version of a Curtis Mayfield-composition.
                              This basic track for It’s Only Rock’n Roll was transferred to multitrack at
                              Olympic Sound Studios during early March 1974 by sound engineers
                              George Chkiantz and Rod Thear.
                              Willie Weeks wasn't present at this session, he overdubbed his
                              bass-part in Spring 1974 at Stargroves (MJ's house) in Newbury.
                              Conflicting sources place this session between December 4-7, 1973.

730801A  1st August: New York, hotel room
                    - interview with MJ

730800A  August: CHRIS JAGGER.
                   7“ single (Philips 6078 100, -West-Germany). Producers: Chris Jagger & John
                   Uribe. Sound engineer: Glyn Johns. Recorded with the Rolling Stones Mobile
                   Recording Unit at Stargroves (MJ’s house), Newbury, England.
                   A: Handful Of Dust (Chris Jagger/David Pierce) -with MJ on backing vocals
                   B: Something New (Chris Jagger) -with STU on piano
                   Note: Though this is a German single, it is interesting to know that such a record (with
                              both Stones-related tracks) exists.

730800B  mid-August: Blaricum, Netherlands, Soundpush Studios.
                   MJ & KR remix parts of Star Star. Sound engineer: Jan Schuurman.
                   - Star Star IV (MJ/KR) -STU on piano and percussion, Bobby Keys on sax;
                        cleaned-up US-version
                   - Star Star V (MJ/KR) -STU on piano and percussion, Bobby Keys on sax;
                        cleaned-up South African-version
                   Note: The US-version of this track includes special vocal overdubs to disguise
                             some explicit lyric lines.
                             The South African-version includes special percussive overdubs to
                             disguise the f-word in the chorus. This was probably remixed somewhere
                             else.

730818A  18th August: US radio (99X FM), incl.
                    - interview with MJ (in New York City)
                    + MJ songs a part of Angie (MJ/KR) a capella

730818B  18th - 23rd August: Rotterdam, Netherlands, De Doelen, Kleine Zaal. Rehearsals
                    for the upcoming European Tour. Incl.
                    - Angie 1 (MJ/KR) 3.06
                    - Angie 2 (MJ/KR) 4.48
                    - Angie 3 (MJ/KR) 3.02 -instrumental
                    - Angie 4 (MJ/KR) 1.01
                    - Brown Sugar 1 (MJ/KR) 5.13
                    - Brown Sugar 2 (MJ/KR) 1.10
                    - 100 Years Ago 1 (MJ/KR) 0.28 -instrumental
                    - Brown Sugar 3 (MJ/KR) 1.09
                    - Brown Sugar 4 (MJ/KR) 0.26
                    - 100 Years Ago 2 (MJ/KR) 0.45
                    - 100 Years Ago 3 (MJ/KR) 4.39
                    - Jam (MJ/KR) 2.00 -instrumental
                    - 100 Years Ago 4 (MJ/KR) 4.24
                    - 100 Years Ago 5 (MJ/KR) 1.52
                    - 100 Years Ago 6 (MJ/KR) 3.03
                    - Jumping Jack Flash 1 (MJ/KR) 0.38 -instrumental
                    - Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo 1 (MJ/KR) 1.27
                    - Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo 2 (MJ/KR) 3.15
                    - Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo 3 (MJ/KR) 4.53
                    - Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo 4 (MJ/KR) 4.27
                    - Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo 5 (MJ/KR) 2.44
                    - Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo 6 (MJ/KR) 0.20 -instrumental
                    - Happy 1 (MJ/KR)  2.04 -instrumental
                    - Happy 2 (MJ/KR)  2.55 -instrumental
                    - Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo 7 (MJ/KR) 0.22
                    - Can You Hear The Music 1 (MJ/KR) 0.23
                    - Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo 8 (MJ/KR) 0.41 -instrumental
                    - Can You Hear The Music 2 (MJ/KR) 3.27
                    - 100 Years Ago 7 (MJ/KR) 1.54 -instrumental
                    - Dancing With Mr. D. 1 (MJ/KR) 3.44
                    - 100 Years Ago 8 (MJ/KR) 2.26
                    - Harp jam ( ) 6.00 -instrumental, might be Midnight Rambler
                    - Star Star 1 (MJ/KR) 5.21
                    - Star Star 2 (MJ/KR) 1.45
                    - Star Star 3 (MJ/KR) 5.12
                    - Rocks Off (MJ/KR) 2.33
                    - 100 Years Ago 9 (MJ/KR) 5.05
                    - 100 Years Ago 10 (MJ/KR) 5.41
                    - Can You Hear The Music 3 (MJ/KR) 3.09
                    - Can You Hear The Music 4 (MJ/KR) 4.14
                    - Hide Your Love 1 (MJ/KR) 3.06 -instrumental
                    - Hide Your Love 2 (MJ/KR) 7.29
                    - Angie 5 (MJ/KR) 4.06
                    - Shine A Light 1 (MJ/KR) 4.11 -instrumental
                    - Star Star 4 (MJ/KR) 1.07
                    - Star Star 5 (MJ/KR) 2.28
                    - Star Star 6 (MJ/KR) 2.54
                    - Rock'n roll jam ( ) 1.50 -instrumental
                    - Gimme Shelter 1 (MJ/KR) 2.04 -instrumental
                    - Gimme Shelter 2 (MJ/KR) 4.47
                    - Gimme Shelter 3 (MJ/KR) 2.45
                    - interview with BW 3.15
                    - Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo 9 (MJ/KR) 1.40 -instrumental
                    - 100 Years Ago 11 (MJ/KR) 1.30
                    - Dancing With Mr. D. 2 (MJ/KR) 4.30
                    - Dancing With Mr. D. 3 (MJ/KR) 3.30
                    - Star Star 7 (MJ/KR) 2.06
                    - Star Star 8 (MJ/KR) 1.00

                    - Jam & noodling ( ) 1.59
                    - Can You Hear The Music 5 (MJ/KR) 2.19 -instrumental
                    - Can You Hear The Music 6 (MJ/KR) 1.00 -instrumental
                    - Can You Hear The Music 7 (MJ/KR) 0.41 -instrumental
                    - Brown Sugar 5 (MJ/KR) 0.09 -instrumental
                    - slow jam ( ) 1.20 -instrumental
                    - Tumbling Dice (MJ/KR) 0.14 -instrumental
                    - Jumping Jack Flash 2 (MJ/KR) 3.38
                    - mid-tempo jam ( ) 3.45 -instrumental
                    - Jumping Jack Flash 3 (MJ/KR) 0.55
                    - Shine A Light 2 (MJ/KR) 1.24
                   Note: Times are only approximative. Nearly all songs are fragmented.

730820A  20th August: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   7" single (Rolling Stones Records RS 19105). Producer: Jimmy Miller.
                   A: Angie (MJ/KR)
                   B: Silver Train (MJ/KR)
                   Line-up ‘Angie’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr)/MT (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)/Nicky
                                 Hopkins (p)/Nicky Harrison (arranger of strings: 8 violins,
                                 4 cellos, 2 violas)
                   Line-up ‘Silver Train’: MJ (voc, gtr, harm)/KR (gtr, bass, bvoc)/MT (gtr, bvoc)/
                                  CW (dr)/STU (p)/Jimmy Miller (perc)

730825A  25th August: US radio (WLX) ‘Evolution Of Rock’. Rolling Stones-special.

730831A  31st August: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   LP ‘Goats Head Soup’ (Rolling Stones Records COC 59101). Producer: Jimmy
                   Miller. Sound engineer: Andy Johns.
                   A: - Dancing With Mr. D. (MJ/KR)
                       - 100 Years Ago (MJ/KR)
                       - Coming Down Again (MJ/KR)
                       - Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (MJ/KR)
                       - Angie (MJ/KR)
                   B: - Silver Train (MJ/KR)
                       - Hide Your Love (MJ/KR)
                       - Winter (MJ/KR)
                       - Can You Hear The Music (MJ/KR)
                       - Star Star (MJ/KR)
                     Line-up ‘Mr. D.’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/MT (gtr, bass)/CW (dr)/Nicky
                                 Hopkins (p)/Rebop (congas)/Pascal (perc)/& screams from some movie
                   Line-up ‘100 Years Ago’: MJ (voc)/KR (bass)/MT (gtr)/CW (dr)/Billy Preston
                                 (clavinet)/Nicky Hopkins (p)/Jimmy Miller (perc)
                   Line-up ‘Coming Down Agan’: MJ (voc)/KR (voc, gtr)/MT (bass)/CW (dr)/
                                 Nicky Hopkins (p)/Pascal (perc)/Bobby Keys (sax)/Jim Horn (sax)
                   Line-up ‘Doo Doo Doo’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, bass, bvoc)/MT (gtr, bvoc)/CW (dr)/
                                 Billy Preston (p, synth, clavinet, bvoc)/Rebop (congas)/Pascal (perc)/
                                 Bobby Keys (sax)/Jim Horn (sax)/Chuck Finley (tp)/Jim Price (arranger
                                 of horns and maybe tb)
                   Line-up ‘Angie’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr)/MT (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)/Nicky
                                 Hopkins (p)/Nicky Harrison (arranger of strings: 8 violins,
                                 4 cellos, 2 violas)
                   Line-up ‘Silver Train’: MJ (voc, gtr, harm)/KR (gtr, bass, bvoc)/MT (gtr, bvoc)/
                                 CW (dr)/STU (p)/Jimmy Miller (perc)
                   Line-up ‘Hide Your Love’: MJ (voc, p)/KR (bass)/MT (gtr)/CW (dr)/Jimmy
                                 Miller (bass dr)/Bobby Keys (sax)
                   Line-up ‘Winter’: MJ (voc, gtr)/KR (gtr)/MT (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)/
                                 Nicky Hopkins (p)/Nicky Harrison (arranger of strings: 8 violins,
                                 4 cellos, 2 violas)
                   Line-up ‘Can You Hear The Music’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/MT (gtr)/
                                 BW (bass)/CW (dr)/Nicky Hopkins (p)/Jimmy Miller (perc)/Rebop
                                 (congas)/Pascal (perc)/Jim Horn (flute)
                   Line-up ‘Star Star’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/MT (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)/
                                 STU (p)/Bobby Keys (sax)

730900A  September: DENNIS COULSON.
                   LP ‘Dennis Coulson’ (Elektra K 42148). Producers: Keith Harwood, Dennis Coulson,
                   Benny Gallagher and Graham Lyle. Sound engineer: Keith Harwood. Recorded with
                   the Rolling Stones Mobile Studio at Stargroves (MJ’s house), Newbury.
                   - S.S. Man (Benny Gallagher/Graham Lyle) -probably with STU on piano
                   - Neurosis U.S.A.(Benny Gallagher/Graham Lyle) -probably with STU on piano
                   - Let It Shine (Benny Gallagher/Graham Lyle) -maybe with STU on piano
                   - Is It Me? (Dennis Coulson/Hill) -maybe with STU on piano
                   Musicians: STU (p)/Dennis Coulson (voc, gtr)/Benny Gallagher (gtr, accordion,
                                       bass, el p, harmonium)/Graham Lyle (bass, banjo, dobro, gtr, mandolin,
                                       harmonium)/Hughie Flint (dr)/Bruce Rowlands (dr, congas)/Jim Jewell
                                      (sax)/Paul Rutherford (tb)/Toad Thompson (gtr)/Nicky Judd (p, org)

1st September - 19th October: THE ROLLING STONES. European Tour.
                  Line-up: MJ (voc, harm)/KR (gtr, voc)/MT (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)/
                                Billy Preston (p, org, clavinet)/Trevor Lawrence (sax, perc)/Steve
                                Madaio (tp, tb, perc)/Bobby Keys (sax, perc; probably only until
                                October 13)/Stu (p; sometimes, on selected tracks)
                   Note: At some shows Marshall Chess was invited to join the band for the last
                             song to play some tambourine. Also Manuel Kellough sometimes guested
                             on congas.

730901A  1st September: Vienna, Austria, Stadthalle
                   (Brown Sugar/Bitch/Gimme Shelter/Happy/Tumbling Dice/100 Years Ago/
                    Star Star/Angie/Sweet Virginia/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/
                    Dancing With Mr. D./Midnight Rambler/Silver Train/Honky Tonk Women/
                   All Down The Line/Rip This Joint/Jumping Jack Flash/Street Fighting Man)
                   Note: With special guest Manuel Kellough (congas) on Brown Sugar.

730901B  1st September: Austrian radio (Ö3), Vienna, incl.
                    - interview with MJ
                    Note: Broadcast on the 3rd September.

730903A  3rd September: Mannheim, West-Germany, Eisstadion
                   (Brown Sugar/Bitch/Gimme Shelter/Happy/Tumbling Dice/100 Years
                    Ago/Star Star/Angie/Sweet Virginia/You Can’t Always Get What You
                    Want/Dancing With Mr. D./Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo/Midnight Rambler/
                    Band introduction/Honky Tonk Women/All Down The Line/Rip This
                    Joint/Jumping Jack Flash/Street Fighting Man)
                   Note: A short silent private film of this show exists.

730900B  September: German TV (SWF3) ‘Treffpunkt’. Mannheim-report, incl.
                    - interview with MJ (Rotterdam, August 1973)
                    - Brown Sugar (MJ/KR) -Mannheim 3.9.73, part only
                    - Star Star (MJ/KR) -Mannheim 3.9.73, part only
                    Note: Re-broadcast on the 22.1.2000.

730904A  4th September: Cologne, West-Germany, Sporthalle (1st show)
                   (Brown Sugar/Gimme Shelter/Happy/Tumbling Dice/Star Star/Angie/You
                    Can’t Always Get What You Want/Dancing With Mr. D./Doo Doo Doo
                    Doo Doo/Midnight Rambler/Silver Train/Band introduction/Honky Tonk
                    Women/All Down The Line/Rip This Joint/Jumping Jack Flash/Street Fighting Man)
                    Note: A private super 8 recording of the following tracks exists:
                    - Brown Sugar (MJ/KR) -incomplete
                    - Gimme Shelter (MJ/KR) -incomplete
                    - Happy (MJ/KR)
                    - Star Star (MJ/KR) -incomplete
                    - Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (MJ/KR) -incomplete
                    - Midnight Rambler (MJ/KR) -incomplete
                    - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR) -incomplete
                    - Rip This Joint (MJ/KR) -incomplete
                    - Jumping Jack Flash (MJ/KR) -incomplete

730904B 4th September: Cologne, West-Germany, Sporthalle (2nd show)

730905A  5th September:  Luxemburgian radio (RTL), incl.
                    - interview with MJ

730907A  7th September: London, Wembley Empire Pool
                   (Brown Sugar/Gimme Shelter/Happy/Tumbling Dice/Star Star/Angie/You
                    Can’t Always Get What You Want/Dancing With Mr. D./Doo Doo Doo
                    Doo Doo/Midnight Rambler/Silver Train/Honky Tonk Women/All Down
                    The Line/Rip This Joint/Jumping Jack Flash/Street Fighting Man)

730908A  8th September: London, Wembley Empire Pool (1st show)
                   (Brown Sugar/Gimme Shelter/Happy/Tumbling Dice/Star Star/Angie/You
                    Can’t Always Get What You Want/Dancing With Mr. D./Doo Doo Doo
                    Doo Doo/Midnight Rambler/Honky Tonk Women/All Down The Line/
                    Rip This Joint/Jumping Jack Flash/Street Fighting Man)

730908B  8th September: London, Wembley Empire Pool (2nd show)
                   (Brown Sugar/Gimme Shelter/Happy/Tumbling Dice/Star Star/Angie/You
                    Can’t Always Get What You Want/Dancing With Mr. D./Doo Doo Doo
                    Doo Doo/Midnight Rambler/Honky Tonk Women/All Down The Line/
                    Rip This Joint/Jumping Jack Flash/Street Fighting Man)
                   Note: Two different private films of this show exist (28 min. & 6 min.)

730909A  9th September: London, Wembley Empire Pool
                   (Brown Sugar/Gimme Shelter/Happy/Tumbling Dice [re-startedl/Star Star/
                    Angie/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Dancing With Mr. D./Doo
                    Doo Doo Doo Doo/Midnight Rambler/Honky Tonk Women/All Down
                    The Line/Rip This Joint/Jumping Jack Flash/Street Fighting Man)
                   Note: Soundboard recording was made.
                             A private film with silent footage of Happy and Street Fighting Man exists.

730900C  September: UK radio (BBC1) ‘Rockspeak’. Host: Michael Wale. Incl.
                    - interview with MJ

730911A  11th September: Manchester, England, Kings Hall, Belle Vue
                    Note: A short 16mm private film is reported to exist.

730912A  12th September: Manchester, England, Kings Hall, Belle Vue
                   (Brown Sugar/Gimme Shelter/Happy/Tumbling Dice/Star Star/Angie/You
                    Can’t Always Get What You Want/Dancing With Mr. D./Doo Doo Doo
                    Doo Doo/Midnight Rambler/Honky Tonk Women/All Down The Line/
                    Rip This Joint/Jumping Jack Flash/Street Fighting Man)

730913A  13th September: Newcastle, England, City Hall (1st show)
                   (Brown Sugar/Gimme Shelter/Happy/Tumbling Dice/Star Star/Dancing
                   With Mr. D./Angie/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Midnight
                    Rambler/Honky Tonk Women/All Down The Line/Rip This Joint/
                    Jumping Jack Flash/Street Fighting Man)
                   Note: Soundboard recording was made.

730913B  13th September: Newcastle, England, City Hall (2nd show)

730915A  15th September:  French radio ( ), incl.
                     - interview with MJ

730916A  16th September: Dutch radio (Radio Veronica). Stones-special. Incl.
                    - short promo-jingle by MJ (for Veronica Stones Day 12.10.1973)

730916B  16th September: Glasgow, Scotland, Apollo Theatre
                   (Brown Sugar/Gimme Shelter/Happy/Tumbling Dice/Star Star/Dancing
                    With Mr. D./Angie/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Midnight
                    Rambler/Honky Tonk Women/All Down The Line/Rip This Joint/
                    Jumping Jack Flash/Street Fighting Man)

730917A  17th September: Glasgow, Scotland, Apollo Theatre
                   (Brown Sugar/Gimme Shelter/Happy/Tumbling Dice/Star Star/Dancing
                    With Mr. D./Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo/Angie/You Can’t Always Get What
                    You Want/Midnight Rambler/Honky Tonk Women/All Down The Line/
                    Rip This Joint/Jumping Jack Flash/Street Fighting Man)

730919A  19th September: Birmingham, England, Odeon Theatre (1st show)
                   (Brown Sugar/Gimme Shelter/Happy/Tumbling Dice/Star Star/Dancing
                    With Mr. D./Angie/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Midnight
                    Rambler/Honky Tonk Women/All Down The Line/Rip This Joint/
                    Jumping Jack Flash/Street Fighting Man)

730919B  19th September: Birmingham, England, Odeon Theatre (2nd show)

730923A  23rd September: Innsbruck, Austria, Olympiahalle

730925A  25th September: Berne, Switzerland, Festhalle
                   (Brown Sugar/Gimme Shelter/Happy/Tumbling Dice/Star Star/Dancing
                    With Mr. D./Angie/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Midnight
                    Rambler/Honky Tonk Women/All Down The Line/Rip This Joint/
                    Jumping Jack Flash/Street Fighting Man)

730925B  25th September: Swiss TV (DRS) ‘Tagesschau’. Berne-report incl.
                    - Brown Sugar (MJ/KR) -part only, with dubbed sound

730925C  25th September: Luxemburgian radio (RTL). Host: Jean-Bernard Hebey.
                    - interview with MJ (September)

730926A  26th September: Berne, Switzerland, Festhalle (1st show)
                   (Brown Sugar/Gimme Shelter/Happy/Tumbling Dice/Star Star/Dancing
                    With Mr. D./Angie/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Midnight
                    Rambler/Honky Tonk Women/All Down The Line/Rip This Joint/
                    Jumping Jack Flash/Street Fighting Man)

730926B  26th September: Berne, Switzerland, Festhalle (2nd show)
                   (Brown Sugar/Gimme Shelter/Happy/Tumbling Dice/Star Star/Dancing
                    With Mr. D./Angie/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Midnight
                    Rambler/Honky Tonk Women/All Down The Line/Rip This Joint/
                    Jumping Jack Flash/Street Fighting Man)

730928A  28th September: Pullach (near Munich), Waldschänke Grosshesselohe.
                    Press conference.

730928B  28th September: Munich, West-Germany, Olympiahalle (1st show)
                   (Brown Sugar/Gimme Shelter/Happy/Tumbling Dice/Star Star/Dancing
                    With Mr. D./Angie/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Midnight
                    Rambler/Honky Tonk Women/All Down The Line/Rip This Joint/
                    Jumping Jack Flash/Street Fighting Man)

730928C  28th September: Munich, West-Germany, Olympiahalle (2nd show)
                   (Brown Sugar/Gimme Shelter/Happy/Tumbling Dice/Star Star/Dancing
                    With Mr. D./Angie/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Midnight
                    Rambler/Honky Tonk Women/All Down The Line/Rip This Joint/
                    Jumping Jack Flash/Street Fighting Man)
                   Note: At least parts of the show have been filmed by German ARD TV
                             and were aired on October, the 20th in ‘Kätschap’, incl.
                             - Brown Sugar (MJ/KR)
                             - Gimme Shelter (MJ/KR) -part only
                             - Street Fighting Man (MJ/KR) -part only

730929A  29th September: US radio (WMMS), Cleveland.
                   Live recordings from the 1973 European Tour.
                   Note: Probably taken from London 9.9.73 and Newcastle 13.9.73 (1st).

730929B  29th September: German radio (RIAS2) 'Treffpunkt', incl.
                   - interview with BW (& CW) by Kai Bloemer (Munich 28.09.1973)

730930A  30th September: Frankfurt, West-Germany, Festhalle (1st show)
                   (Brown Sugar/Gimme Shelter/Happy/Tumbling Dice/Star Star/Dancing
                    With Mr. D./Angie/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Midnight
                    Rambler/Honky Tonk Women/All Down The Line/Rip This Joint/
                    Jumping Jack Flash/Street Fighting Man)

730930B  30th September: Frankfurt, West-Germany, Festhalle (2nd show)
                   (Brown Sugar/Gimme Shelter/Happy/Tumbling Dice/Star Star/Dancing
                    With Mr. D./Angie/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Midnight
                    Rambler/Honky Tonk Women/All Down The Line/Rip This Joint/
                    Jumping Jack Flash/Street Fighting Man)

730900E  September: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   7"-single (Decca 6.103066, -Netherlands). Producer: Jimmy Miller.
                   A: Sympathy For The Devil (MJ/KR) -edit (4.09 min.)
                   B: Prodigal Son (Rev. Robert Wilkins)
                   Note: (Radio) "Veronica's favourite choice"-single with unique SFTD-edit.

731000A  October or later: German TV (ZDF) 'V.I.P.-Schaukel', incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Margret Dünser (Munich 28.9.1973)

731000B  early October: German TV (NDR) 'Nordschau', incl.
                   - interview with MJ

731000C  early October: German radio (RIAS2) 'Treffpunkt', incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Kai Bloemer (Munich 28.09.1973)

731001A  1st October: Hamburg, West-Germany. Press conference at some artist's club.

731002A  2nd October: Hamburg, West-Germany, Ernst-Merck-Halle (1st show)
                   (Brown Sugar/Gimme Shelter/Happy/Tumbling Dice/Star Star/Dancing
                    With Mr. D./Angie/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Midnight
                    Rambler/Honky Tonk Women/All Down The Line/Rip This Joint/
                    Jumping Jack Flash/Street Fighting Man)

731002B  2nd October: Hamburg, West-Germany, Ernst-Merck-Halle (2nd Show)
                   (Brown Sugar/Gimme Shelter/Happy/Tumbling Dice/Star Star/Doo Doo
                    Doo Doo Doo/Angie/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Midnight
                    Rambler/Honky Tonk Women/All Down The Line/Rip This Joint/
                    Jumping Jack Flash/Street Fighting Man)

731002C  2nd October: German radio (NDR), incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Lutz Ackermann (Hamburg 1.10.73)

731002D  2nd October: UK TV (BBC2) ‘The Old Grey Whistle Test’. Host: Bob Harris. Incl.
                    - Silver Train (MJ/KR) -promofilm
                    - interview with MJ (Munich 28.9.73)
                    - Dancing With Mr. D (MJ/KR) -promofilm

731004A  4th October: Dutch radio (VPRO), incl.
                    - jingle with MJ for upcoming Stones-special (see 731012D)

731004B  4th October: Aarhus, Denmark, Vejlby-Risskov Hallen (1st show)
731004C  4th October: Aarhus, Denmark, Vejlby-Risskov Hallen (2nd show)
                   Note: One of both Stones-shows was partly filmed by a fan on super 8
                             (unverified).

731005A  5th October: Espergaerde (near Copenhagen), Denmark, Eden Club.
                   Press conference.

731005B  5th October: Denish TV (TV Avisen), incl.
                   - interview with MJ (& KR and CW in the off) by Erling Bundgaard                  
                   Note: Filmed at press conference in Espergaerde, airdate not known.

731005C  5th or 6th October: Swedish TV ( ), Gothenburg, incl.
                    - interview with MJ

731006A  6th October: Gothenburg, Sweden, Scandinavium (1st show)

731006B  6th October: Gothenburg, Sweden, Scandinavium (2nd show)
                   (Brown Sugar/Gimme Shelter/Happy/Tumbling Dice/Star Star/Doo Doo
                    Doo Doo Doo/Angie/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Midnight
                    Rambler/Honky Tonk Women/All Down The Line/Rip This Joint/
                    Jumping Jack Flash/Street Fighting Man)

731007A  7th October: Copenhagen, Denmark, Brondby-Hallen (1st show)
                   (Brown Sugar/Gimme Shelter/Happy/Tumbling Dice/Star Star/Dancing
                    With Mr. D./Angie/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Midnight
                    Rambler/Honky Tonk Women/All Down The Line/Rip This Joint/
                    Jumping Jack Flash/Street Fighting Man)

731007B  7th October: Copenhagen, Denmark, Brondby-Hallen (2nd show)
                   (Brown Sugar/Gimme Shelter/Happy/Tumbling Dice/Star Star/Doo Doo
                    Doo Doo Doo/Angie/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Midnight
                    Rambler/Honky Tonk Women/All Down The Line/Rip This Joint/
                    Jumping Jack Flash/Street Fighting Man)

731009A  9th October: Essen, West-Germany, Grugahalle, incl.
                   (Brown Sugar/Gimme Shelter/Happy/Tumbling Dice/Star Star/Angie/You
                    Can’t Always Get What You Want/Midnight Rambler/Honky Tonk
                    Women/All Down The Line)

731010A  10th October: Essen, West-Germany, Grugahalle
                   (Brown Sugar/Gimme Shelter/Happy/Tumbling Dice/Star Star/Dancing
                    With Mr. D./Angie/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Midnight
                    Rambler/Honky Tonk Women/All Down The Line/Rip This Joint/
                    Jumping Jack Flash/Street Fighting Man)

731011A  11th October: Essen, West-Germany, Grugahalle
                   (Brown Sugar/Gimme Shelter/Happy/Tumbling Dice/Star Star/Dancing
                    With Mr. D./Angie/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Midnight
                    Rambler/Honky Tonk Women/All Down The Line/Rip This Joint/Jumping
                    Jack Flash/Street Fighting Man)

731012A  12th October: Amsterdam, Hotel Americain. Press conference.

731012B  12th October: Dutch TV (VARA), Amsterdam, Hotel Americain. Host: Elly de Waard.
                    - interview with MJ, KR & MT

731012C  12th October: Dutch radio (Radio Veronica). Stones-day. Incl.
                    - interview with CW (archival)
                    - interview with MJ by by Geoffrey Cannon (ca. early Spring 1972)

731012D  12th October: Dutch radio (VPRO), Amsterdam. Report from the press conference
                    and Stones-party (without Stones-participation) at the Lido. Incl.
                     - interview with MJ by Rik Zaal

731013A  13th October: Rotterdam, Netherlands, Sportpaleis AHOY
                   (Brown Sugar/Gimme Shelter/Happy/Tumbling Dice/Star Star/Dancing
                    With Mr. D./Angie/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Midnight
                    Rambler/Honky Tonk Women/All Down The Line/Rip This Joint/
                    Jumping Jack Flash/Street Fighting Man)
                    Note: Soundboard recording was made.
                              Brown Sugar was filmed by Dutch VPRO TV. Also there's about 12
                              minutes of silent private film of one of the Rotterdam-shows in existence.
                              Manuel Kellough guested at least on one of the shows on congas.

731014A  14th October: Rotterdam, Netherlands, Sportpaleis AHOY (1st show)
                   (Brown Sugar/Gimme Shelter/Happy/Tumbling Dice/Star Star/Doo Doo
                    Doo Doo Doo/Angie/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Midnight
                    Rambler/Honky Tonk Women/All Down The Line/Rip This Joint/
                    Jumping Jack Flash/Street Fighting Man)

731014B  14th October: Rotterdam, Netherlands, Sportpaleis AHOY (2nd show)
                   (Brown Sugar/Gimme Shelter/Happy/Tumbling Dice/Star Star/Dancing
                    With Mr. D. [re-startedl/Angie/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/
                    Midnight Rambler/Honky Tonk Women/All Down The Line/Rip This
                    Joint/Jumping Jack Flash/Street Fighting Man)

731014C  14th October: French TV (A2), incl.
                    - interview with MJ (in French; Amsterdam, Hotel Americain 12.10.)

731015A  15th October: Antwerp, Belgium, Sportpaleis Merksem
                   (Brown Sugar/Gimme Shelter/Happy/Tumbling Dice/Star Star/Dancing
                    With Mr. D./Angie/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Midnight
                    Rambler/Honky Tonk Women/All Down The Line/Rip This Joint/
                    Jumping Jack Flash/Street Fighting Man)

731015B  mid-October: French radio ( ), incl.
                   - phone-interview with MJ

731016A  16th October: French radio (RTL), incl.
                    - interview with MJ (in Brussels; in French)

731017A  17th October: Brussels, Belgium, Forest National (1st show)
                   (Brown Sugar/Gimme Shelter/Happy/Tumbling Dice/Star Star/Dancing
                    With Mr. D./Angie/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Midnight
                    Rambler/Honky Tonk Women/All Down The Line/Rip This Joint/
                    Jumping Jack Flash/Street Fighting Man)
                   Note: Soundboard recording was made by Andy Johns with the Rolling Stones
                            Mobile Recording Unit. Most of it was aired on US FM (see 740929A
                            and subsequent shows). Partly released in November 2011 (see 111117A).

731017B  17th October: Brussels, Belgium, Forest National (2nd show), incl.
                   (Gimme Shelter/Happy/Tumbling Dice/Star Star/Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo/
                    Angie/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Honky Tonk Women/
                    All Down The Line/Rip This Joint/Jumping Jack Flash)
                    Note: Soundboard recording was made by Andy Johns with the Rolling Stones
                              Mobile Recording Unit. Partly released officially in 2011 (see 111117A).

731017C  17th October: semi-professional film ‘Rolling Stones Express’. Incl.
                     - footage from both Brussels-shows

731018A  18th October: Luxemburgian radio (RTL). Tour-report and live tracks. Incl.
                     - Brown Sugar (MJ/KR) -Newcastle 13.9.73, 1st
                     - Star Star (MJ/KR) -Newcastle 13.9.73, 1st
                     - Dancing With Mr. D. (MJ/KR) -London 9.9.73
                     - Angie (MJ/KR) -Newcastle 13.9.73, 1st
                     - Midnight Rambler (MJ/KR) -London 9.9.73

731018B  18th October: German radio ( ) ‘Die Rolling Stones-Story’. Special.

731019A  19th October: Berlin, West-Germany, Deutschlandhalle
                   (Brown Sugar/Gimme Shelter/Happy/Tumbling Dice/Star Star/Dancing
                    With Mr. D./Angie/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Midnight
                    Rambler/Honky Tonk Women/All Down The Line/Rip This Joint/
                    Jumping Jack Flash/Street Fighting Man)

731020A  20th October: JOHN WALKER.
                   7“ single (Green Mountain GMM 416 -US). Producer: BW. Sound engineer:
                   Andy Johns. Recorded at Strawberry Studios, Pontoise, France on the 28th
                   and 31st May 1971 and maybe at Sunset Sound Studios, Los Angeles in
                   December 1971.
                   A: Good Days (John Walker)
                   B: Midnight Morning (John Walker)
                   Line-up: BW (bass)/John Walker (voc, gtr)/John Uribe (gtr)/Mike Moran
                                  (keyb)/Paul Francis (dr)/Jim Price & Bobby Keys (brass)
                   Note: Bobby Keys and Jim Price recorded their overdubs at Villa Nellcote,
                             Villefranche, France on the 29th - 30th June and 13th July 1971.

731020B  20th October: German TV (ARD) ‘Kätschap’, incl.
                   - Brown Sugar (MJ/KR) -Munich 28.9.73, 2nd
                   - interview with MJ by a female interviewer (press conference Munich 28.9.73)
                   - Gimme Shelter (MJ/KR) -Munich 28.9.73, 2nd, part only
                   - Street Fighting Man (MJ/KR) -Munich 28.9.73, 2nd, part only
                   Note: Probably re-broadcast on May 30, 1976.                

731021A  21st October: Belgian TV (RTBF) 'Follies', incl.
                    - interview with MJ, KR & MT by Tom Goldschmidt (Amsterdam 12.10.73)

731022A  22nd October: German radio (SFB2) ‘S-F-Beat’, Berlin.-review, incl.
                   - Brown Sugar (MJ/KR) -Berlin 19.10.73, part only

731023A  23rd October: UK TV (BBC2) ‘Old Grey Whistle Test’, London. Incl.
                    - interview with Billy Preston
                    - Street Fighting Man (MJ/KR) -Frankfurt 30.9.73, 2nd show

731024A  24th October: Dutch radio (Radio Veronica), incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Herman van der Felde (probably in mid-October)
                   - interview with KR by Herman van der Felde (probably in mid-October)
                   - interview with CW by Herman van der Felde (probably in mid-October)

731025A  25th October: BILLY PRESTON. London, Rainbow Theatre. Incl. (both unverified)
                    - Shine A Light (MJ/KR)
                    - Will The Circle Be Unbroken (Trad.)
                    Line-up: MJ (voc)/MT (gtr)/Billy Preston (voc, keyb)/Huby Heard (keyb)/
                                   Kenny Lupper (keyb)/Manuel Kellough (dr)

731100A  early November (ca. 12 days): BILL WYMAN. Sausalito, California, The Record
                   Plant. Producer: BW. Sound engineers: Howard Albert and Ron Albert.
                   Recordings for the upcoming album ‘Monkey Grip’.

731101A  1st November: French radio (RTL). Live recordings from the 1973-tour.
                    - Brown Sugar (MJ/KR) -Newcastle 13.9.73, 1st
                    - Star Star (MJ/KR) -Newcastle 13.9.73, 1st
                    - Dancing With Mr. D. (MJ/KR) -London 9.9.73
                    - Angie (MJ/KR) -Newcastle 13.9.73, 1st
                    - Midnight Rambler (MJ/KR) -London 9.9.73
                    Note: Same songs as in the broadcast of 731018A, but some other words by MJ
                               between the songs.

731112A  12th - 24th November: Munich, West-Germany, Musicland Studios (without MT).
                   Producers: MJ & KR (as The Glimmer Twins). Sound engineers: Keith                  
                   Harwood, Andy Johns, Reinhold Mack.
                   - Ain’t Too Proud To Beg I (Norman Whitfield/Eddie Holland) -Billy
                        Preston on piano; unverified early version
                   - Black Limousine I (MJ/KR/RW) -with Ron Wood on guitar; early instrumental
                        version (probably under title Broken Head Blues)
                   - Fingerprint File I (MJ/KR) -Billy Preston on clavinet, (Charlie) Jolly Kunjappu
                        on tabla; unverified early version
                   - If You Can’t Rock Me I (MJ/KR) -Billy Preston on clavinet; unverified early
                        version
                   - Slow Down And Stop (MJ/KR) -nearly instrumental
                   Note: Ron Wood was present for one night of the sessions (probably the last night).

731113B  between 13th - 24th November: Munich, West-Germany, Musicland Studios.
                   Jam-session.
                   Line-up: MJ (gtr, voc)/KR (gtr)/CW (dr)/STU (p)/Giorgio Moroder (bass)/
                                  Billy Preston (org)

731100B  November: TUCKY BUZZARD.
                   LP ‘Buzzard!’ (Purple Records TPSA 7512). Producer: BW. Sound engineer: Alan
                   O’Duffy. Recorded on location with the Rolling Stones Mobile Record Unit in the
                   South of France (probably BW’s villa in Vence) in late Autumn 1973.
                    - Who Do You Love (Ellas McDaniel)*
                    - Run In The Mornin’ (Terry Taylor/Jimmy Henderson)
                    - Hanging On In There (Terry Taylor/Jimmy Henderson/Dave Brown/Chris Johnson)
                    - Superboy Rock ‘n’ Roller 73 (Terry Taylor/Jimmy Henderson/Dave Brown/
                         Chris Johnson)
                    - Bo-Bo’s Hampton (Terry Taylor/Jimmy Henderson)
                    - Wine And Wimmin’ (BW)
                    - Superfine Lady (Terry Taylor/Jimmy Henderson)
                    - Near To Me (Terry Taylor/Jimmy Henderson/Dave Brown)
                    - Shy Boy (Terry Taylor/Jimmy Henderson)
                    Line-up: Terry Taylor (gtr, el p)/Jimmy Henderson (voc, harp, perc)/
                                   Dave Brown (bass, perc, gtr)/Phil Talbot (gtr)/Chris Johnson (dr)
                    Additional musicians: BW (p)/Paul Kendrick (gtr, bvoc)/Tony Ashton (org, p)/The
                                                          Buzzettes (bvoc)/John Lee (tb)/Noel Norris (tp)/Ricky Dodd
                                                          (sax)
                    Note: Who Do You Love is a UK-only bonus-track.

731100C  late November (around 28th November): BILL WYMAN. Los Angeles, California,
                    Elektra Studios. Producer: BW. Sound engineers: Howard Albert and Ron Albert.
                    Recordings for the upcoming album ‘Monkey Grip’. Incl.
                    - Wine & Wimmen (BW) -Bill Wyman Compendium-version

731204A  4th - 14th December: BILL WYMAN. Inglewood, California, Bolic Sound Studios.
                   Producer: BW. Sound engineers: Howard Albert and Ron Albert. Recordings for the
                   upcoming album ‘Monkey Grip’. Incl.
                   - Five Card Stud (BW) -Bill Wyman Compendium-version
                   - If You Got The Feelin' (BW) -Bill Wyman Compendium-version
                   - It's Just A Matter Of Time (BW) -Bill Wyman Compendium-version

731200A  December: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   7" single (Rolling Stones Records RS-19109 -USA). Producer: Jimmy Miller.
                   A: Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (MJ/KR)
                   B: Dancing With Mr. D. (MJ/KR)
                   Line-up: see 730831A.

731200B  late December: ALL STAR BAND. Los Angeles, California, The Record Plant.
                   Producers: John Lennon (Too Many Cooks), MJ (Bring It On Home To Me).
                   Sound engineer: Roy Cicala (and maybe Gary Kellgren and/or Jimmy
                   Robinson). ‘The Jim Keltner Fan Club Hour’-session. Incl.
                   - Too Many Cooks I (Angelo Bond/Ronald Dunbar/Edith Wayne) -MJ on lead
                       vocals; The Very Best Of Mick Jagger-version (see 070928A)
                   - Too Many Cooks II (Angelo Bond/Ronald Dunbar/Edith Wayne) -MJ on lead
                       vocals; edit

                   - Bring It On Home To Me (Sam Cooke) -
John Lennon on lead vocals; unverified
                   Line-up: John Lennon (guitar)/Jesse Ed Davis (gtr)/Danny Kortchmar (gtr)/
                                   Al Kooper (keyb)/Jim Keltner (dr)/Bobby Keys (sax)/Trevor Lawrence
                                   (sax)/Jack Bruce (bass)/Bruce Gary (dr)/Mike Finnegan (keyb)/
                                   Wolfgang Metz (bass)/Rocky Djubano (perc)/Harry Nilsson & some
                                   unidentified girls (bvoc)

731200C  late 1973: UK radio (BBC) 'The Ex-Beatles Story'. Host: Brian Matthew. Incl.
                   - interview with MJ