1978

780000A  1978: Japanese TV ( ) 'Go Tsutomu Yamashita Rock No Tabi’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Tsutomu Yamashita (in some empty laser-disco, probably
                        NYC, 1976 or early 1977)

780100A  January: RICK DANKO.
                   LP ‘Rick Danko’ (Arista SPARTY 1037). Producers: Rick Danko and Rob
                   Fraboni. Sound engineer: Jeremy Zatkin. Recorded in Malibu, Shangri-la
                   Studios in March or April 1976. Incl.
                   - What A Town (Rick Danko/Bobby Charles)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr-solo)/Rick Danko (bass, voc)/Walt Richmond (p)/Michael De
                                  Temple and/or Doug Sahm and/or Jim Atkinson (gtr)/Denny Seiwell
                                  or Terry Danko (dr)/Jim Gordon, Rocky Morales, Jim Price, Lewis
                                  Bustos and Charlie McBurney (horns)/Blondie Chaplin, Rob Fraboni,
                                  Gerry Beckley and Wayne Neuendorf (bvoc)

780105A  5th - 29th January & early February - 2nd March: Boulogne-Billancourt, France,
                   Pathé Marconi Studios. Producer: The Glimmer Twins. Sound engineer: Chris
                   Kimsey (and Dave Jordan for Before They Make Me Run). Additional musicians:
                   STU (p)/Bobby Keys (sax)
                   - Beast Of Burden II (MJ/KR) -extended III, ’Some Girls’-8-track-version
                   - Beast Of Burden III (MJ/KR) -regular ’Some Girls’-LP-version
                   - Beast Of Burden IV (MJ/KR) -edit for US promo-single
                   - Before They Make Me Run I (MJ/KR) -very early lyrics
                   - Before They Make Me Run II (MJ/KR) -early lyrics, very long fade-out
                   - Before They Make Me Run III (MJ/KR) -'Some Girls'-version
                   - Before They Make Me Run IV (MJ/KR) -version of promo-single
                   - Claudine II (MJ/KR) -rock'n roll-version; Some Girls deluxe version
                   - Claudine III (MJ/KR) -rock'n roll-version, edit of version II
                   - Everything Is Turning To Gold III (MJ/KR/RW) -7"-version
                   - Far Away Eyes II (MJ/KR) -finished vocals, different pedal steel solo
                   - Far Away Eyes III (MJ/KR) -backing track, used for promo video
                   - Far Away Eyes IV (MJ/KR) -’Some Girls’-version
                   - Far Away Eyes V (MJ/KR) -single-edit
                   - I Love You Too Much III (MJ/KR) -instrumental, with acoustic guitar
                   - I Love You Too Much IV (MJ/KR) -with backing vocals and more lyrics
                   - I Love You Too Much IV (MJ/KR) -with backing vocals and more lyrics
                   - It Won’t Be Long II (MJ/KR) -with additional keyboard (xylophone-sound)
                   - Just My Imagination V (Norman Whitfield/Barrett Strong) -’Some Girls’-
                        version
                   - Lies IV (MJ/KR) -extended of V
                   - Lies V (MJ/KR) -‘Some Girls’-version
                   - Miss You V (MJ/KR) -12"-version
                   - Miss You VI (MJ/KR) -’Some Girls’-8-track-version
                   - Miss You VII (MJ/KR) -’Some Girls’-LP-version
                   - Miss You VIII (MJ/KR) -7" single-edit
                   - Miss You IX (MJ/KR) -backing track, used for promovideo
                   - Miss You X (MJ/KR) -Remix; see 021014A
                   - Miss You XI (MJ/KR) -Dance Version; see 051125A
                   - Respectable III (MJ/KR) -backing track of IV, used for promovideo
                   - Respectable IV (MJ/KR) -’Some Girls’-version
                   - Shattered III (MJ/KR) -’Some Girls’-version
                   - Shattered IV (MJ/KR) -edit for US promo-single
                   - Some Girls II (MJ/KR) -’Some Girls’-version
                   - Summer Romance I (MJ/KR) -early lyrics, very agressive
                   - Summer Romance II (MJ/KR) -early lyrics
                   - When The Whip Comes Down II (MJ/KR) -additional backing vocals and
                        pedal steel guitar
                   - When The Whip Comes Down III (MJ/KR) -shortened version II
                   - When The Whip Comes Down IV (MJ/KR) -shortened version III; ‘Some Girls’-
                         version
                   Note: Some of the listed songs could have already been recorded in Fall 1977.

780105B  5th January - March: RON WOOD. Boulogne-Billancourt, France, Pathé Marconi
                   Studios and
                   October onwards: Los Angeles, Cherokee Studios (only overdubbing and mixing).
                   Producer: Roy Thomas Baker. Sound engineer: Geoffrey Workman.
                   - Breakin’ My Heart (RW)
                   - Buried Alive (RW)
                   - Come To Realise (RW)
                   - Delia (Trad.) -instrumental
                   - Don’t Worry (RW)
                   - F.U.C. Her (RW)
                   - I Got Lost When I Found You II (RW/Bobby Womack) -unverified
                   - Infekshun (RW)
                   - Lost And Lonely (RW)
                   - Seven Days I (Bob Dylan) -no backing vocals, with additional sax
                   - Seven Days II (Bob Dylan) -’Gimme Some Neck’-version
                   - Tiger Balm (RW) -unverified
                   - Wallflower Days (Bob Dylan) -unconfirmed
                   - We All Get Old (RW)
                   - Worry No More (Jerry Williams)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, voc, dobro, pedal steel, harm)/CW (dr)/Pops Popwell (bass)
                   Additional musicians Paris: MJ (bvoc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/Jerry Williams (p)
                   Overdubs L.A.: Jim Keltner (perc)/John Lind and Richard (bvoc)/Harry Phillips
                                    (p)/Mick Fleetwood (dr)/Dave Mason (acc gtr)/Bobby Keys (sax)/
                                    Ian McLagan (org, keyb)

780127A  27th January: LONNIE DONEGAN.
                   LP 'Puttin' On The Style' (Chrysalis CHR 1158). Producer: Adam Faith.
                   Sound engineers: Marc Piscitelli, Joe Robb. Recorded in Los Angeles, California,
                   at Cherokee or Larrabee Studios, most probably in 1977. Incl.
                   - Nobody's Child (Trad. arr. by Lonnie Donnegan)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr)/Lonnie Donegan (voc, gtr)/Roger McKew (gtr)/Klaus
                                  Voorman (bass)/Jim Keltner (dr)/Nicky Hopkins (p)/Rev. James
                                  Cleveland (p)/Southern California Community Choir (bvoc)
                   Note: Arranged by Rev. James Cleveland.

780127B  27th January (?): BOB HALL'S SWINDON SKIFFLE GROUP. Swindon,
                   England, Arts Centre.
                   Line-up: CW (dr)/STU (p)/Bob Hall (p)/George Green (p)/Dave Green (bass)/
                                  Dick Morrissey (sax)/Colin Smith (tp)/John Picard (tb)/John Forte (gtr)

780211A  11th February: Austrian TV (ORF2) ‘Ohne Maulkorb - Die Rolling Stones’. Incl.
                    - It’s All Over Now (Bobby and Shirley Womack) -TAMI Show 29.10.64
                    - Fragments from ‘Charlie Is My Darling’-film 9/65
                    - Satisfaction (MJ/KR) -from ‘Stones In The Park’-film 5.7.69
                    - Jumping Jack Flash (MJ/KR) -from ‘Stones In The Park’-film 5.7.69
                    - various footage from ‘Stones On The Road’-special 5/76

780221A  21st February onwards: US radio ‘It’s Only Rock’n Roll - The Rolling Stones
                    Story’ (in seven parts, each part had 90 min. and was repeated six days later).
                    Part 1: The Early Days (1963 - 1965) -21st February
                    Part 2: Mothers Little Helpers (1966 - 1967) -28th February
                    Part 3: Turning It All Around (1967 - 1968) -7th March
                    Part 4: Breaking Free (1969 - 1971) -14th March
                    Part 5: Exile On Main Street (1972 - 1973) -21st March
                    Part 6: Time Waits For No One (1974 - 1977) -29th March
                    Part 7: Up To Now (1978) -4th April

780227A  27th February: US radio (KSAN) ‘The Great Canadian Goldrush’, San Francisco.
                   - interview with MJ (New York City, Rolling Stones-office, 1977)
                   - interview with KR (New York City, Rolling Stones-office, 1977)

780200A  February: US radio ( ) 'What's It All About'. Host: Bill Huie. Incl.
                   - interview with one or more Stones-members

780300B  March: New York City, unidentified place. Shooting of a pilot or screen test for
                   'Wings Of Ash'. Starring: MJ. Director: Marcus Reichert. Music: Brian Eno.  

780315A  15th March - mid-April: New York City, Atlantic Studios.
                    MJ and KR mix and edit for the upcoming album Some Girls.

780322A  22nd March: US TV (NBC) 'All You Need Is Cash'. First airing of the Beatles-
                   spoof (filmed in 1977). Director: Neil Innes.
                   Starring: MJ (as himself), RW (as Hell's Angel), Bianca Jagger, Eric Idle, John
                                   Belushi, Dan Aykroyd, Bill Murray, Gilda Radner, George Harrison.
                   Note: MJ’s part was filmed in New York City on May 19, 1977. RW's part was
                              filmed in London on August 2, 1977.

780408A  8th April: Swiss TV (SRG) ‘Music Scene’. Incl.
                   - live-footage from Paris 6/76

780415A  15th April: THE BAND.
                   Triple album ‘The Last Waltz’ (Warner Brothers WB 66076). Producer:
                   Robbie Robertson. Co-producers: Rob Fraboni & John Simon. Recorded
                   live in San Francisco, Winterland Arena on the 25th November 1976. Incl.
                   - I Shall Be Released (Bob Dylan) -with RW on guitar; edit
                   Line-up: see 761125A.
                   Note: Shortened live-version (by half a minute). The complete version was
                             released not before 2002 (see 020423A).

780419A  19th April: ALEXIS KORNER & FRIENDS. Iver Heath (near London), England,
                    Pinewood Studios. Incl.
                    - Pinetop's Boogie (Clarence 'Pinetop' Smith)
                    Line-up: STU (p)/Bob Hall (p)
                    Note: Aired at an unknown date (late 70's or early 80's).

780500A  May: THE BAND. Premiere of their movie ‘The Last Waltz’. Director: Martin
                   Scorsese. Incl. RW on guitar during one song in the movie:
                    - I Shall Be Released (Bob Dylan) -live in San Francisco 25.11.76; edit
                   Line-up: see 761125A.
                   Note: See also 780415A.

780502A  2nd May: New York. Shooting of promo films. Director: Michael Lindsay Hogg.
                   - Miss You (MJ/KR) -playback, with live vocals
                   - Far Away Eyes (MJ/KR) -playback, with live vocals
                   - Respectable (MJ/KR) -playback with live vocals

780519A  19th May: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   7“ single (Rolling Stones Records EMI 2802). Producers: The Glimmer Twins.
                   A: Miss You (MJ/KR) -edit
                   B: Far Away Eyes (MJ/KR) -edit
                   Line-up ‘Miss You’: MJ (voc, gtr)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/RW (gtr, bvoc)/BW (bass)/CW
                                 (dr)/Mel Collins (sax)/Ian McLagan (el p)/Sugar Blue (harm)
                   Line-up ‘Far Away Eyes’: MJ (voc, p)/KR (gtr, p, bvoc)/RW (pedal steel, bvoc)/
                                 BW (bass)/CW (dr)

780500B  late May: PETER TOSH. Woodstock, New York, Bearsville Studios.
                   Producers: Peter Tosh and Robert Shakespeare. Sound engineer: Karl Pitterson.
                   Executive producers: The Glimmer Twins. Incl.
                    - Bush Doctor I (Peter Tosh) -KR on guitar; album-version
                    - Bush Doctor II (Peter Tosh) -KR on guitar; long version
                    - Creation (Peter Tosh) -Happy Traum on autoharp
                    - Dem Ha Fe Get A Beatin' (Peter Tosh)
                    - Don't Look Back I (William Robinson/Ronald White) -MJ on vocals; Bush
                         Doctor-version
                   - Don't Look Back III (William Robinson/Ronald White) -MJ on vocals; long version
                   - Don't Look Back III (William Robinson/Ronald White) -MJ on vocals; Dub Version
                   - I'm The Toughest I (Peter Tosh) -album version
                   - I'm The Toughest II (Peter Tosh) -long version
                   - Lesson In My Life (Peter Tosh)
                   - "Moses" - The Prophet (Peter Tosh)
                   - Pick Myself Up (Peter Tosh)
                   - Soon Come I (Peter Tosh) -'Bush Doctor'-version
                   - Soon Come II (Peter Tosh) -long version (12")
                   - Stand Firm (Peter Tosh) -KR on guitar
                   - Tough Rock Soft Stones (Peter Tosh?) -maybe with CW on drums
                  Musicians: Peter Tosh (voc, gtr, clavinet)/Robbie Shakespeare (bass, gtr)/
                                     Sly Dunbar (dr, Gato Box)/Robert Lyn (p, org, Fender Rhodes,
                                     clavinet)/Keith Sterling (keyb)/Donald Kinsey (gtr)/Luther
                                     Francois (sax)/Larry McDonald (perc)/Sticky (perc)

780527A  27th May - 8th June: Woodstock, New York, Bearsville Studios. Rehearsals for
                   the upcoming US tour. Additional musicians: Bernhard Harvey (p, org; until early
                   June)/Ian McLagan (p, org, bvoc; from ca. 7th June onwards). The Stones also
                   jammed with Tim Moore (gtr). Incl.
                   - Jam ( ) -instrumental, with some Miss You-riffs
                   - Miss You 1 (MJ/KR)
                   - Miss You 2 (MJ/KR)
                   - Respectable (MJ/KR)
                   - Love In Vain (Robert Johnson)
                   - Play With Fire 1 (Nanker Phelge)
                   - No Expectations (MJ/KR)
                   - Jam ( ) -instrumental
                   - blues jam ( ) -instrumental, sounds similar to Down In The Hole
                   - That’s Why I Have The Blues (Trad.) -title unsure
                   - It Ain’t Right (Walter Jacobs)
                   - High Temperature 1 (Walter Jacobs/Joel Michael Cohen)
                   - High Temperature 2 (Walter Jacobs/Joel Michael Cohen)
                   - Gimme Shelter 1 (MJ/KR)
                   - When The Whip Comes Down (MJ/KR)
                   - Miss You 3 (MJ/KR)
                   - Miss You 4 (MJ/KR)
                   - Don’t Look Back 1 (William Robinson/Ronald White)
                   - Don’t Look Back 2 (William Robinson/Ronald White)
                   - Jam ( ) -fast Rocker
                   - Beast Of Burden 1 (MJ/KR) -instrumental
                   - Beast Of Burden 2 (MJ/KR) -instrumental
                   - C’mon Everybody (Eddie Cochran/Jerry Capeheart)
                   - Summertime Blues (Eddie Cochran/Jerry Capeheart)
                   - unidentified ( )/Ain't She Sweet (Jack Yellen/Milton Ager)/Viper's Drag (Fats
                        Waller) -piano and drums only
                   - drums improvisation -CW only, instrumental
                   - Crazy Mama 1 (MJ/KR) -instrumental
                   - Crazy Mama 2 (MJ/KR)
                   - Crazy Mama 3 (MJ/KR)
                   - Star Star (MJ/KR)
                   - Gimme Shelter 2 (MJ/KR)
                   - Don’t Look Back 3 (William Robinson/Ronald White)
                   - Beautiful Delilah 1 (Chuck Berry)
                   - Beautiful Delilah 2 (Chuck Berry)
                   - Cocksucker Blues (MJ/KR)
                   - It’s Only Rock’n Roll 1 (MJ/KR)
                   - It’s Only Rock’n Roll 2 (MJ/KR)
                   - It’s Only Rock’n Roll 3 (MJ/KR)
                   - All Down The Line 1 (MJ/KR)
                   - All Down The Line 2 (MJ/KR)
                   - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR)
                   - Brown Sugar 1 (MJ/KR)
                   - Brown Sugar 2 (MJ/KR)
                   - Tumbling Dice 1 (MJ/KR)
                   - Tumbling Dice 2 (MJ/KR)
                   - Jumping Jack Flash 1 (MJ/KR) -intro only
                   - Jumping Jack Flash 2 (MJ/KR)
                   - Jumping Jack Flash 3 (MJ/KR)
                   - Memory Motel 1 (MJ/KR)
                   - The Fat Man (Antoine Domino/Dave Bartholomew)
                   - Beast Of Burden 3 (MJ/KR)
                   - Hot Stuff (MJ/KR)
                   - Something Else (Eddie Cochran/Sharon Sheeley)
                   - Sweet Little Sixteen 3 (Chuck Berry)
                   - Hi-Heel Sneakers 1 (Robert Higginbotham)
                   - Hi-Heel Sneakers 2 (Robert Higginbotham)
                   - Play With Fire 2 (Nanker Phelge)
                   - Crackin’ Up (Ellas McDaniel)
                   - Tell Me (MJ/KR)
                   - Shake Your Hips (James Moore)
                   - Respectable 2 (MJ/KR)
                   - Don’t Look Back 4 (William Robinson/Ronald White)
                   - Jam ( ) -instrumental
                   - Jam ( ) -instrumental
                   - Boogie Jam ( ) -instrumental
                   - Jam ( ) -sounds similar to Respectable
                   - Sweet Little Sixteen (Chuck Berry)
                   - Let It Rock (Chuck Berry)
                   - Shattered (MJ/KR)
                   - Memory Motel 2 (MJ/KR)
                   - Memory Motel 3 (MJ/KR)
                   - Memory Motel 4 (MJ/KR)
                   - Memory Motel 5 (MJ/KR)
                   - Memory Motel 6 (MJ/KR) -instrumental
                   - Far Away Eyes 1 (MJ/KR)
                   - Far Away Eyes 2 (MJ/KR)
                   - Let’s Spend The Night Together 1 (MJ/KR)
                   - Let’s Spend The Night Together 2 (MJ/KR)
                   - Tumbling Dice 2 (MJ/KR)
                   - Happy (MJ/KR)
                   - Jam ( ) -short, instrumental
                   - Prodigal Son 1 (MJ/KR)
                   - Prodigal Son 2 (MJ/KR)
                   - Brown Sugar 3 (MJ/KR)
                   Note: Wrong order, some takes are fragments of songs only.

780500C  late May or June: US radio ( ) 'Tour Talk', incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Dave Herman (in Woodstock)

780602A  2nd June: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   12“ single (Rolling Stones Records 12 EMI 2802). Producers: The Glimmer Twins.
                   A: Miss You (MJ/KR) -long version
                   B: Far Away Eyes (MJ/KR) -edit
                   Line-up: see 780519A.

780606A  6th June: US TV (ABC) '20/20'.  Host: Geraldo Rivera. Short tour-clip as
                    teaser for the 20/20-show of two weeks later (see 780620A).

780608A  8th - 9th June: Lakeland, Florida, Civic Center. Tour-rehearsals.

780609A  9th June: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   LP ‘Some Girls’ (Rolling Stones Records CUN 39108). Producers: The Glimmer Twins.
                   A: - Miss You (MJ/KR)
                        - When The Whip Comes Down (MJ/KR)
                        - Just My Imagination (Norman Whitfield/Barrett Strong)
                        - Some Girls (MJ/KR)
                        - Lies (MJ/KR)
                   B: - Far Away Eyes (MJ/KR)
                        - Respectable (MJ/KR)
                        - Before They Make Me Run (MJ/KR)
                        - Beast Of Burden (MJ/KR)
                        - Shattered (MJ/KR)
                   Line-up ‘Miss You’: MJ (voc, gtr)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/RW (gtr, bvoc)/BW (bass)/CW
                                 (dr)/Mel Collins (sax)/Ian McLagan (el p)/Sugar Blue (harm)
                   Line-up ‘When The Whip Comes Down’: MJ (voc, gtr)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/RW (gtr,
                                  pedal steel, bvoc)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)
                   Line-up ‘Just My Imagination’: MJ (voc, gtr)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/RW (gtr, bvoc)/BW
                                  (bass)/CW (dr)/Ian McLagan (org)
                   Line-up ‘Some Girls’: MJ (voc, gtr)/KR (gtr, bass)/RW (gtr)/BW (synth)/CW
                                 (dr)/Sugar Blue (harm)
                   Line-up ‘Lies’: MJ (voc, gtr)/KR (gtr)/RW (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)
                   Line-up ‘Far Away Eyes’: MJ (voc, p)/KR (gtr, p, bvoc)/RW (pedal steel, bvoc)/
                                 BW (bass)/CW (dr)
                   Line-up ‘Respectable’: MJ (voc, gtr)/KR (gtr)/RW (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)
                   Line-up ‘Before They Make Me Run’: MJ (bvoc)/KR (gtr, bass, voc)/RW (gtr,
                                  pedal steel, bvoc)/CW (dr)
                   Line-up ‘Beast Of Burden’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/RW (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW
                                 (dr)
                   Line-up ‘Shattered’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/RW (gtr, bass, pedals steel, perc,
                                  bvoc)/CW (dr, perc)/Simon Kirke, Hassan and probably MJ (perc) 

780600A  (probably) June: THE ROLLING STONES.
                    8-track-cartridge ‘Some Girls’ (Rolling Stones Records RSC TP 39108, -US).
                    Producers: The Glimmer Twins. Incl. the special versions of
                    - Miss You (MJ/KR) -longer version than on LP; unavailable elsewhere
                    - Far Away Eyes (MJ/KR) -shorter version than on LP; same as single-edit
                    - Beast Of Burden (MJ/KR) -longer version than on LP; unavailable elsewhere
                    - Shattered (MJ/KR) -shorter version than on LP; same as promo edit

10th June - 26th July: THE ROLLING STONES. North American Tour.
                       Line-up: MJ (voc, gtr, p)/KR (gtr, voc)/RW (gtr, pedal steel)/BW (bass)/
                                      CW (dr)/STU (p)/Ian McLagan (p, org, bvoc)

780610A  10th June: Lakeland, Florida, Civic Center
                   (Let It Rock/All Down The Line/Honky Tonk Women/Star Star/When
                    The Whip Comes Down/Miss You/Beast Of Burden/Respectable/Far
                    Away Eyes/Love In Vain/Shattered/Tumbling Dice/Happy/Brown Sugar/
                    Jumping Jack Flash/Street Fighting Man)
                     Note: The Stones were billed as The Great Southeast Stoned-Out Wrestling
                                Champions. A silent private film of about 25 min. is reported to exist.

780612A  12th June: Atlanta, Georgia, Fox Theater
                   (Let It Rock/All Down The Line/Honky Tonk Women/Star Star/Lies/
                    Miss You/When The Whip Comes Down/Beast Of Burden/Just My
                    Imagination/Respectable/Far Away Eyes/Love In Vain/Shattered/
                    Tumbling Dice/Happy/ Brown Sugar/Jumping Jack Flash)
                    Note: A private film is reported to exist.

780614A  14th June: Passaic, New Jersey, Capitol Theater
                   (Let It Rock/All Down The Line/Honky Tonk Women/Star Star/When The Whip
                     Comes Down/Miss You/Just My Imagination/Lies/Beast Of Burden/Respectable/
                     Far Away Eyes/Love In Vain/Shattered/Sweet Little Sixteen/Tumbling Dice/
                     Happy/Brown Sugar/Jumping Jack Flash/Street Fighting Man)
                   Note: Soundboard recording was made.

780614B  14th June: US TV (Channel 2) ‘11 O’ Clock News’. Report on Passaic, incl.
                    - When The Whip Comes Down (MJ/KR) -Passaic 14.6.78

780615A  15th June: US TV ( ) ‘Eyewitness News’. Report on Passaic-gig, incl.
                    - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR) -Passaic 14.6.78

780615B  15th June: Washington, D.C., Warner Theater
                   (Let It Rock/All Down The Line/Honky Tonk Women/Star Star/When
                    The Whip Comes Down/Just My Imagination/Miss You/Respectable/
                    Far Away Eyes/Love In Vain/Shattered/Sweet Little Sixteen/Tumbling
                    Dice/Happy/Brown Sugar/Jumping Jack Flash)

780617A  17th June: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, John F. Kennedy Stadium
                   (Let It Rock/All Down The Line/Honky Tonk Women/Star Star/When
                    The Whip Comes Down/Miss You/Just My Imagination/Respectable/
                    Beast Of Burden/Far Away Eyes/Love In Vain/Shattered/Satisfaction/
                    Sweet Little Sixteen/Tumbling Dice/Happy/Brown Sugar/Jumping Jack Flash)

780618A  18th or 19th June: US TV (WNF) ‘Johnny Dorangus TV Show’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ
                    - interview with KR
                    - interview with CW

780619A  19th June: PETER TOSH. New York City, New York, Palladium, incl.
                    - Don’t Look Back (William Robinson/Ronald White)
                    Line-up: MJ (voc)/Peter Tosh (gtr, voc)/Robbie Shakespeare (bass)/Sly
                                   Dunbar (dr)/Mikey Chung (gtr)/Robert Lyn (keyb)

780619B  19th June: New York City, New York, Palladium
                   (Let It Rock/All Down The Line/Honky Tonk Women/Star Star/When
                    The Whip Comes Down/Respectable/Miss You/Just My Imagination/
                    Far Away Eyes/Love In Vain/Beast Of Burden/Shattered/Sweet Little
                    Sixteen/Tumbling Dice/Happy/Brown Sugar/Jumping Jack Flash)

780620A  20th June: US TV (ABC) ‘20/20’. Host: Geraldo Rivera. Incl.
                   - When The Whip Comes Down (MJ/KR) -Bearsville 4.6.78, part only
                   - interview with MJ (Bearsville 4.6.78)
                   - interview with RW (Bearsville 4.6.78)
                   - interview with BW (Bearsville 4.6.78)
                   - interview with KR (Bearsville 4.6.78)

780621A  21st June: PETER TOSH. Hampton, Virginia, Coliseum, incl.
                   - Don't Look Back (William Robinson/RonaldWhite) -MJ on backing vocals
                   Line-up: see 780619A.

780621B  21st June: Hampton, Virginia, Coliseum
                   (Let It Rock/All Down The Line/Honky Tonk Women/Star Star/Lies/
                    Miss You/When The Whip Comes Down/Beast Of Burden/Just My
                    Imagination/Respectable/Far Away Eyes/Love In Vain/Shattered/Sweet
                    Little Sixteen/Tumbling Dice/Happy/Brown Sugar/Jumping Jack Flash)  

780622A  22nd June: PETER TOSH. Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, Convention Center, incl.
                    - Don’t Look Back (William Robinson/RonaldWhite) -MJ on backing vocals
                    Line-up: see 780619A.

780622B  22nd June: Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, Convention Center
                   (Let It Rock/All Down The Line/Honky Tonk Women/Star Star/Lies/
                    Miss You/When The Whip Comes Down/Beast Of Burden/Just My
                    Imagination/Respectable/Far Away Eyes/Love In Vain/Shattered/
                    Tumbling Dice/Happy/Sweet Little Sixteen/Brown Sugar/Jumping Jack Flash)

780626A  26nd June: Greensboro, North Carolina, Coliseum, incl.
                   (Honky Tonk Women/Star Star/When The Whip Comes Down/Miss
                    You/Lies/Beast Of Burden/Just My Imagination/Respectable/Far Away
                    Eyes/Love In Vain/Shattered/Tumbling Dice/Happy/Sweet Little
                    Sixteen/Brown Sugar/Jumping Jack Flash)

780628A  28th June: Memphis, Tennessee, Mid-South Coliseum
                   (Let It Rock/All Down The Line/Honky Tonk Women/Star Star/When
                    The Whip Comes Down/Miss You/Lies/Beast Of Burden/Just My Imagination/
                    Respectable/Far Away Eyes/Love In Vain/Shattered/Hound Dog/Tumbling
                    Dice/Happy/Sweet Little Sixteen/Brown Sugar/Jumping Jack Flash)
                   Note: Soundboard recording was made by Bob Clearmountain. Also a
                             a professional shot film is reported to exist.

780628B  28th June: US TV (Channel 4) ‘Norman Gunston’.
                    - interview with MJ by Norman Gunston in Memphis (hotelroom)
                    - backstage-joke with MJ (Memphis, Mid-South Coliseum 28.6.78)
                    - interview with KR, CW, RW, BW and Ian McLagan by Norman Gunston
                   Note: Broadcast on a later date. Also broadcast on Australian TV (Channel 7).

780629A  29th June: Lexington, Kentucky, Rupp Arena
                   (Let It Rock/All Down The Line/Honky Tonk Women/Star Star/When
                    The Whip Comes Down/Miss You/Lies/Beast Of Burden/Shattered/Just
                    My Imagination/Respectable/Far Away Eyes/Love In Vain/Tumbling Dice/
                    Happy/Hound Dog/Sweet Little Sixteen/Brown Sugar/Jumping Jack Flash)
                   Note: Soundboard recording was made. Also a a professional shot film is
                             reported to exist. With special guest Eddie Money (sax) on Miss You.

780630A  late June: Chicago.
                   - interview with MJ by Rick Samuels

780600B  June or July: US radio (D.I.R.) ‘A Conversation With The Rolling Stones’.
                   Host: Dave Herman.
                   - interview with MJ by Dave Herman (in New York City, September 1977)
                   - interview with BW & CW by Dave Herman (in NYC, September 1977)
                   - interview with RW by Dave Herman (in New York City, September 1977)
                   - interview with KR by Dave Herman (in New York City, September 1977)
                   - interview with MJ (in Woodstock, May or June 1978)
                   Note: Basically a repeat of 771023A, but interviews edit differently, with new
                             music and and added MJ-interview.

780700A  July: US TV ( ) ‘That’s Hollywood Showtime’., incl.
                    - interview with MJ
                    + live footage from 1978 outdoor-gig with dubbed sound

780701A  1st July: US radio (WMMS), incl.
                    - jingle by MJ
                    - jingle by RW

780701B  1st July: Cleveland, Ohio, Municipal Stadium
                   (Let It Rock/All Down The Line/Honky Tonk Women/Star Star/When
                    The Whip Comes Down/Miss You/Lies/Beast Of Burden/Shattered/
                    Just My Imagination/Respectable/Far Away Eyes/Love In Vain/Tumbling
                    Dice/Happy/Sweet Little Sixteen/Brown Sugar/Jumping Jack Flash)

780703A  3rd July: US radio (WKPW, Buffalo), incl.
                    - phone-interview with MJ (at Chicago hotel room)

780704A  4th July: Buffalo, New York, Rich Stadium
                   (Let It Rock/All Down The Line/Honky Tonk Women/Star Star/When
                    The Whip Comes Down/Lies/Miss You/Beast Of Burden/Shattered/
                    Just My Imagination/Respectable/Far Away Eyes/Love In Vain/Tumbling
                    Dice/Happy/Sweet Little Sixteen/Brown Sugar/Jumping Jack Flash)

780706A  6th July: Detroit, Michigan, Masonic Temple Auditorium
                   (Let It Rock/All Down The Line/Honky Tonk Women/Star Star/When
                    The Whip Comes Down/Lies/Miss You/Beast Of Burden/Just My
                    Imagination/Shattered/Respectable/Far Away Eyes/Love In Vain/
                    Tumbling Dice/Happy/Sweet Little Sixteen/Brown Sugar/Jumping Jack Flash)
                   Note: Soundboard recording was made.

780708A  8th July: Chicago, Illinois, Soldier Field
                   (Let It Rock/All Down The Line/Honky Tonk Women/Star Star/When The
                     Whip Comes Down/Lies/Miss You/Beast Of Burden/Just My Imagination/
                     Shattered/Respectable/Far Away Eyes/Love In Vain/Tumbling Dice/
                     Happy/Sweet Little Sixteen/Brown Sugar/Jumping Jack Flash/Satisfaction)
                    Note: At least a part of the show was filmed (probably by US NBC TV):
                              - Let It Rock (Chuck Berry)
                              - Miss You (MJ/KR)
                              - Jumping Jack Flash (MJ/KR)
                              - Satisfaction (MJ/KR)

780708B  8th July: MUDDY WATERS. Chicago, Illinois, Quiet Knight Club
                   The Stones jam with Muddy Waters, Willie Dixon & Pinetop Perkins.
                   Musicians: KR (gtr)/MJ (voc)/RW (bass)/CW (dr)/Muddy Waters
                                      (gtr, voc)/Jerry Portnoy (harm)/Bob Margolin (gtr)/… (bass)
                   Note: Probably in  the early morning hours, so it was already July 9.

780708C  8th July: LEFTY DIZZ. Chicago, Illinois, Kingston Mine Club
                   RW jams with Lefty Dizz and his band.
                   Note: Probably in  the early morning hours, so it was already July 9.

780708D  8th July: JUNIOR WELLS. Chicago, Illinois, Wise Fools Pub
                   RW jams with Junior Wells and his band.
                   Note: Probably in  the early morning hours, so it was already July 9.

780700B  July: US radio (WNRW), incl.
                    - interview with MJ (about the tour )

780710A  10th July: PETER TOSH. St. Paul, Minnesota, Civic Center Arena, incl.
                    - Don’t Look Back (William Robinson/Ronald White) -MJ on backing vocals
                    Line-up: see 780619A.
                    Note: Unverified.

780710B  10th July: St. Paul, Minnesota, Civic Center Arena, incl.
                   (Let It Rock/All Down The Line/Honky Tonk Women/Star Star/When
                    The Whip Comes Down/Beast Of Burden/Lies/Miss You/Just My
                    Imagination/Shattered/Respectable/Far Away Eyes/Love In Vain/Tumbling
                    Dice/Happy/Sweet Little Sixteen/Brown Sugar)

780711A  11th July: PETER TOSH. St. Louis, Missouri, Kiel Opera House, incl.
                   - Don’t Look Back (William Robinson/Ronald White) -MJ on backing vocals
                   Line-up: see 780619A.

780711B  11th July: St. Louis, Missouri, Kiel Opera House
                   (Let It Rock/All Down The Line/Honky Tonk Women/Star Star/When
                    The Whip Comes Down/Beast Of Burden/Lies/Miss You/Just My Imagination/
                     Shattered/Respectable/Far Away Eyes/Love In Vain/Tumbling Dice)

780713A  13th July: New Orleans, Louisiana, Superdome
                   (Let It Rock/All Down The Line/Honky Tonk Women/Star Star/When
                    The Whip Comes Down/Beast Of Burden/Lies/Miss You/Just My
                     Imagination/Shattered/Respectable/Far Away Eyes/Love In Vain/
                     Tumbling Dice/Happy/Sweet Little Sixteen/Brown Sugar/Jumping Jack
                     Flash/Street Fighting Man)
                    Note: A private film of the whole gig exists, it circulates as ‘The Stones In The Dome’.

780716A  16th July: Boulder, Colorado, Folsom Field, incl.
                   (Beast Of Burden/Lies/Miss You/Just My Imagination/Shattered/
                    Respectable/Far Away Eyes/Love In Vain/Tumbling Dice/Happy/Sweet
                    Little Sixteen/Brown Sugar/Jumping Jack Flash/Satisfaction)

780718A  18th July: Fort Worth, Texas, Will Rogers Memorial Center
                   (Let It Rock/All Down The Line/Honky Tonk Women/Star Star/When
                    The Whip Comes Down/Beast Of Burden/Miss You/Just My Imagination/
                    Shattered/Respectable/Far Away Eyes/Love In Vain/Tumbling Dice/
                    Happy/Sweet Little Sixteen/Brown Sugar/Jumping Jack Flash)
                   Note: The whole show was professionally filmed by Lynn Lenau (see 111004A).
                             Officially released on DVD and CD in November 2011 (see 111118B).
                             With special guest Doug Kershaw (fiddle) on Far Away Eyes.

780718B  July: US TV (NBC) ‘News’. Report on US tour, incl.
                   - When The Whip Comes Down (MJ/KR) -Fort Worth 18.7.78, part only
                   - Miss You (MJ/KR) -Fort Worth 18.7.78, part only
                   - Let It Rock (Chuck Berry) -Chicago 8.7.78, part only
                   - Let It Rock (Chuck Berry) -New Orleans 13.7.78, part only
                   - interview with MJ by Scott Goldstein
                   - Miss You (MJ/KR) -Chicago 8.7.78, part only

780719A  19th July: PETER TOSH. Houston, Texas, Sam Houston Coliseum, incl.
                    - Don’t Look Back (William Robinson/Ronald White) -MJ on backing vocals
                    Line-up: see 780619A.

780719B  19th July: Houston, Texas, Sam Houston Coliseum
                   (Let It Rock/All Down The Line/Honky Tonk Women/Star Star/When
                     The Whip Comes Down/Beast Of Burden/Lies/Miss You/Just My
                      Imagination/Shattered/Respectable/Far Away Eyes/Love In Vain/Tumbling
                      Dice/Happy/Sweet Little Sixteen/Brown Sugar/Jumping Jack Flash)
                     Note: Soundboard recording was made. Also a professional shot film is
                                reported to exist.

780720A  20th July: Dallas, Texas, Fairmont Hotel, Suite 2100. Unverified jam-session incl.
                    - Do You Think I Really Care 1 (MJ/KR/RW)
                    - High And Lonesome 1 (Jimmy Reed/Jimmy Bracken)
                    - High And Lonesome 2 (Jimmy Reed/Jimmy Bracken)
                    - High And Lonesome 3 (Jimmy Reed/Jimmy Bracken)
                    - Little Rain (Jimmy Reed/Ewart Abner)
                    - Back In the USA (Chuck Berry)
                    - Blue Moon Of Kentucky (Bill Munroe)
                    - Mystery Train (Herman Parker/Sam Phillips)
                    - Maybe Baby (Charles Hardin Holley/Norman Petty)
                    - You Don’t Have To Go (Jimmy Reed)
                    - Big Boss Man (Luther Dixon/Al Smith)
                    - No Spare Parts (MJ/KR)
                    - Bright Lights, Big City (Jimmy Reed)
                    - Cocksucker Blues (MJ/KR)
                    - Do You Think I Really Care 2 (MJ/KR/RW)
                    Line-up: MJ (voc, harp)/RW (gtr)/Ian McLagan (p)/Chet Flippo (perc)

780721A  21st July: Tucson, Arizona, Community Center
                   (Let It Rock/All Down The Line/Honky Tonk Women/Star Star/When
                    The Whip Comes Down/Beast Of Burden/Lies/Miss You/Just My
                    Imagination/Shattered/Respectable/Far Away Eyes/Love In Vain/
                    Tumbling Dice/Happy/Sweet Little Sixteen/Brown Sugar)
                   Note: With special guest Linda Ronstadt (voc) on Tumbling Dice.

780721B  July: US TV ( ) ‘Focus’. Report on Tucson-gig, incl.
                    - Happy (MJ/KR) -Tucson 21.7.78, part, with dubbed music
                    - shots of MJ and Linda Ronstadt
                    - interviews with fans
                    - Brown Sugar (MJ/KR) -Tucson 21.7.78, part, with dubbed music
                    Note: The dubbed music was taken from Love You Live.

780723A  23rd July: Anaheim, California, Stadium
                   (Let It Rock/All Down The Line/Honky Tonk Women/Star Star/When
                    The Whip Comes Down/Beast Of Burden/Lies/Miss You/Just My
                    Imagination/Shattered/Respectable/Far Away Eyes/Love In Vain/Tumbling
                    Dice/Happy/Sweet Little Sixteen/Brown Sugar/Jumping Jack Flash)

780724A  24rd July: Anaheim, California, Stadium
                   (Let It Rock/All Down The Line/Honky Tonk Women/Star Star/When
                    The Whip Comes Down/Beast Of Burden/Lies/Miss You/Just My
                    Imagination/Shattered/Respectable/Far Away Eyes/Love In Vain/Tumbling
                    Dice/Happy/Sweet Little Sixteen/Brown Sugar/Jumping Jack Flash)
                   Note: With special guests Nicky Hopkins (p) and Bobby Keys (sax on
                             Miss You and Brown Sugar).
                             One silent and one dubbed private film of this Anaheim-shows exists.

780725A  25th July: US TV (ABC) ‘News’. Report on the Anaheim-gigs.

780725B  25th July: US TV ( ) ‘America Alive’, Los Angeles.
                    - interview with MJ

780725C  July: US TV (NBC) ‘Today Show’. Report on the Chicago-gig. Incl.
                     - interview with MJ

780726A  26th July: US TV (ABC) ‘Good Morning America’.
                   - interview with MJ by David Shines
                   - footage from Anaheim 23rd or 24th July (with no sound)
                   - MJ gets birthday cake

780726B  26th July: Oakland, California, Alameda Coliseum
                   (Let It Rock/All Down The Line/Honky Tonk Women/Star Star/When
                    The Whip Comes Down/Beast Of Burden/Lies/Miss You/Just My
                     Imagination/Shattered/Respectable/Far Away Eyes/Love In Vain/Tumbling
                     Dice/Happy/Sweet Little Sixteen/Brown Sugar/Jumping Jack Flash/Satisfaction)
                    Note: With special guest Bobby Keys (sax) on Beast Of Burden and Miss You.
                               A professional film of the whole show is reported to exist.

780726C  26th July: US radio (KFRC), incl.
                   - interview with MJ (from BBC radio, September 1973)

780700C  July: UK TV (BBC1) 'Rockline', incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Annie Nightingale (in New Orleans, mid-July)

780700D  late July: unidentified source, Los Angeles.
                    - interview with KR

780805A  5th August: BOB HALL & GEORGE GREEN.
                   LP ‘Jammin’ The Boogie’ (Black Lion BLP 12146). Producer: STU.
                   Recorded live in Swindon, Arts Centre on the 12th June 1977.
                   A: - Rocket 88 (Pete Johnson)
                       - I’m In A World Of Trouble (Joe Turner)
                       - Barrel House Boogie (Albert Ammons/Pete Johnson)
                       - Foo Woo (Colin Smith)
                       - Great Western Boogie (STU/Bob Hall/George Green) -STU on piano
                   B: - Shufflin’ The Boogie (Lester Young)
                       - Swanee River Boogie (Leroy Foster)
                       - Why I’m Leaving You (Coley)
                       - Too Late For That Now (Bob Hall)
                       - Jammin’ The Boogie (Lester Young)
                   Note: For all other info see 770612A.

780826A  26th August - 6th September: Los Angeles, RCA Studios. Producers: The Glimmer
                   Twins & Chris Kimsey. Sound engineers: Chris Kimsey, Alex Vertikoff. Additional
                   musicians: Ian McLagan (p, org)/Jim Keltner (perc; August 26)/Bobby Keys (sax;
                   August 31)
                   - Back In The USA (Chuck Berry) -August 29
                   - Barcelona (MJ/KR) -August 27; unverified (only MJ on guitar & CW on drums)
                   - Blues With A Feeling (Rabon Tarrant) -August 29
                   - Come On Baby (MJ/KR?) -August 26; unverified
                   - I Ain't Superstitious (Willie Dixon) -August 29
                   - If You're Man Gets Lost (MJ/KR) -September 2; unverified (without KR)
                   - I'll Let You Know I (MJ/KR) -instrumental, piano intro; September 6
                   - I'll Let You Know II (MJ/KR) -instrumental, guitar intro; September 6
                   - "Jimmy Reed Jam" ( ) -instrumental blues jam; probably August 27
                   - Knee Trembler (RW) -instrumental, Bobby Keys on sax; August 31 (MJ, KR &
                        BW not present)
                   - My First Plea I (Jimmy Reed) -take 13, 4.14; August 27
                   - My First Plea II (Jimmy Reed) -take 15, 4.53, August 27
                   - My First Plea III (Jimmy Reed) -take 32, 5.33; August 27
                   - My First Plea IV (Jimmy Reed) -take 33, 3.51: August 27
                   - My Old Lady (MJ/KR) -September 2; unverified (without KR)(might be Hang Fire)
                   - Not The Way To Go I (MJ/KR) -long version; September 5
                   - Not The Way To Go II (MJ/KR) -instrumental; September 5
                   - Not The Way To Go III (MJ/KR) -shorter, more worked-out version; September 5
                   - One Night (Dave Bartholomew/Pearl King) -August 26
                   - Serious Love (Alvin Ranglin) -August 27
                   - Summer Romance III (MJ/KR) -nearly finished lyrics; August 29 or September 2
                   - Tallahassee Lassie I (Frank C. Slay Jun./Bob Crewe/F.A. Picariello) -September 5
                   - The Harder They Come II (Jimmy Cliff) -MJ on backing vocals, much organ;
                        September 2
                   - The Harder They Come III (Jimmy Cliff) -7"-version
                   - What Am I Living For I (Fred Jacobson/Art Harris) -with organ start and long
                          ending; September 2
                   - What Am I Living For II (Fred Jacobson/Art Harris) -with guitar start and short
                          ending; September 2
                   - What Gives You The Right II (MJ/KR) -early lyrics, longer than II; August 27
                   - What Gives You The Right III (MJ/KR) -early lyrics, shorter than I; August 27
                   - Where The Boys Go I (MJ/KR) -early lyrics; August 28 or 30
                   - Where The Boys Go II (MJ/KR) -early lyrics, incomplete with piano ending;
                        August 30
                   - Your Angel Steps Out Of Heaven (Jack Ripley) -probably September 6

780827A  27th August: US radio (RATW) 'Rock Around The World' "The Wit And Wisdom
                   Of Mick Jagger", incl.
                    - interview with MJ (London, backstage at Earls Court, late May 1976)
                   Note: Re-broadcast of 'Rock Around The World' (see 760718A).

780800A  late August or early September: US radio (Watermark Inc.) ‘The Robert W. Morgan
                   Special Of The Week’. Host: Robert W. Morgan, incl.
                   - interview with MJ (in Los Angeles)
                   - interview with KR (in Los Angeles)
                   - interview with RW (in Los Angeles)
                   Note: Airing date not known. Also available on a promotional DJ-LP.
                             Probably re-aired in 1979.

780800B  late August or early September: Australian radio (2SM and/or 3XY), incl.
                   - interview with MJ by David White and Lee Simon (L.A., Hancock Park)

780915A  15th September: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   7“ single (Rolling Stones Records EMI 2861). Producers: The Glimmer Twins.
                   A: Respectable (MJ/KR)
                   B: When The Whip Comes Down (MJ/KR)
                   Line-up: see 780609A.

780921A  21st September: UK radio ( ), incl.
                    - interview with MJ (by Ken Bruce?)

780923A  23rd September: US college radio ( ) ‘On The Mod’, incl.
                    - interview with KR

780929A  29th September: PETER TOSH.
                   7" single (EMI 2859). Producers: Peter Tosh & Robbie Shakespeare.
                   Executive producers: The Glimmer Twins.
                   A: Don’t Look Back (William Robinson/Ronald White) -MJ on vocals
                   B: Soon Come (Peter Tosh)

780900A  September: PETER TOSH. 
                   promotional 12" single (Atlantic DSKO 130, -US). Producers: Peter Tosh & Robbie
                   Shakespeare. Executive producers: The Glimmer Twins.
                   A: Don't Look Back (William Robinson/Ronald White) -long version; MJ on vocals
                   B: Don't Look Back (William Robinson/Ronald White) -Dub Version; MJ on vocals

781006A  6th October: Westchester, New York, Bill’s Studio. Rehearsals for their live appearance
                    at ‘Saturday Night Live’. Additional musicians: STU (p)/Ian McLagan (p, org). Incl.
                    - Summer Romance (MJ/KR)
                    - Jin Go La Ba (M.B. Olatunji)
                    - I’ve Been Loving You Too Long (Otis Redding/Jerry Butler) -with John
                        Belushi on backing vocals?
                    - Spoonful (Willie Dixon)
                    - Beautiful Delilah (Chuck Berry)
                    - Back In The USA (Chuck Berry)
                    - What Am I Living For (Fred Jacobson/Art Harris)
                    - Reelin’ And Rockin’ (Chuck Berry)
                    - Jah Wonderful (MJ/KR)
                    - unidentified reggae ( )
                    The following tracks are circulating on private video:
                    - Rock’n Roll Jam 0.15
                    - Respectable 1 (MJ/KR) -instrumental 0.21
                    - Respectable 2 (MJ/KR) -instrumental 0.23
                    - Respectable 3 (MJ/KR) -instrumental 2.13
                    - Respectable 4 (MJ/KR) 3.11
                    - Beast Of Burden 1 (MJ/KR) 0.53
                    - Beast Of Burden 2 (MJ/KR) 1.28
                    - Beast Of Burden 3 (MJ/KR) 4.38
                    - Beast Of Burden 4 (MJ/KR) 0.30
                    - Summer Romance (MJ/KR)
                    - Jam 0.20
                    - drums-jam 1 0.14
                    - Jam 0.44
                    - Respectable 5 (MJ/KR) 0.42
                    - Respectable 6 (MJ/KR) 2.38
                    - Respectable 7 (MJ/KR) -re-started 3.13
                    - Respectable 8 (MJ/KR) 0.10
                    - drums-jam 2 0.25
                    - Shattered 1 (MJ/KR) 3.44
                    - Beast Of Burden (MJ/KR) -intro 0.13
                    - Respectable 9 (MJ/KR) 3.21
                    - Shattered 2 (MJ/KR) 4.15
                    - Beast Of Burden (MJ/KR) -intro 0.02
                    - Beast Of Burden 5 (MJ/KR) 5.20
                   Note: Times are only approximative.

781007A  7th October: US TV (NBC) ‘Saturday Night Live’, New York City. Rehearsal.
                    - backstage-skit with KR, John Belushi, Bill Murray and Paul Shaffer (unaired)
                    - Respectable (MJ/KR) -unaired
                    - Shattered (MJ/KR) -unaired

781007B  7th October: US TV (NBC) ‘Saturday Night Live’, New York City.
                    - "The Tomorrow Show"-skit with MJ (as himself) and Dan Aykroyd (as Tom Snyder)
                    - "Cheeseburger"-skit with CW, RW, John Belushi, Bill Murray and Dan Aykroyd
                     - Beast Of Burden (MJ/KR)
                    - Respectable (MJ/KR)
                    - Shattered (MJ/KR)
                    - outro with host Ed Koch

781020A  20th October: phone-call by Barbara Charone to KR (in Los Angeles)

781024A  24th October: Toronto, Canada. Press conference by KR.

781024B  24th October: Canadian TV (CBC) 'CBC News', incl.
                   - interview with KR (from press conference)

781024C  24th October: UK radio (Capital Radio), incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Nicky Horne (recorded 20.10.78 at Stones office, London)

781025A  25th October: ROCKPILE. New York City, The Bottom Line
                  - Let It Rock (Chuck Berry)
                  Line-up: KR (gtr)/Dave Edmunds (voc, gtr)/Nick Lowe (bass)/Billy Bremner (gtr)/
                                 Terry Williams (dr)
                  Note: The whole show was professionally recorded. Let It Rock was aired on
                            November 19, 1978 through US radio (D.I.R.) 'King Biscuit Flower Hour'.

781026A  between 26th - 29th October: PETER TOSH. Strawberry Hill Hotel, Irish Town,
                   St. Andrew, Jamaica. Shooting of a promofilm. Director: ?
                   - Don't Look Back (William Robinson/Ronald White) -new vocals on prepared
                       backing track
                   Line-up: MJ (voc)/Peter Tosh (gtr, voc)/Mikey Chung (gtr)/Sly Dunbar (dr)/Robbie
                                  Shakespeare (bass)/Robert Lyn (keyb)

781029A  29th October onwards: PETER TOSH. Jamaica. Shooting of promofilm with KR.
                   Unverified.

781000A  October or November: New York City, Rolling Stones-office
                   - interview with MJ by Dennis Elsas
                   - MJ records promotional jingles for the Peter Tosh-album

781103A  3rd November: PETER TOSH.
                   LP ‘Bush Doctor’ (Rolling Stones Records CUN 39109). Producer: Peter Tosh &
                   Robbie Shakespeare. Executive producers: The Glimmer Twins. Recorded in Spring
                   1978.
                   A: - Don't Look Back (William Robinson/Ronald White) -MJ on vocals
                        - Pick Myself Up (Peter Tosh)
                        - I'm The Toughest (Peter Tosh)
                        - Soon Come (Peter Tosh)
                        - 'Moses' - The Prophet (Peter Tosh)
                   B: - Bush Doctor (Peter Tosh) -with KR on guitar
                        - Stand Firm (Peter Tosh) -with KR on guitar
                        - Dem Ha Fe Get A Beatin' (Peter Tosh)
                        - Creation (Peter Tosh)
                   Note: For all other info see 780500A.

781107A  7th November: UK TV (BBC2) 'Old Grey Whistle Test'. Incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Annie Nightingale (in London, mid-October)

781119A  19th November: UK TV (BBC) 'Rockline', incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Annie Nightingale (in London, mid-October)

781119B  19th November: ROCKPILE. US radio (D.I.R.) 'King Biscuit Flower Hour', incl.
                    - Let It Rock (Chuck Berry) -live in New York City, 25.10.1978
                    Line-up: KR (gtr)/Dave Edmunds (voc, gtr)/Nick Lowe (bass)/Billy Bremner (gtr)/
                                   Terry Williams (dr)

781124A  24th November: ERIC CLAPTON. Glasgow, Scotland, Apollo Theatre
                    - Key To The Highway (William Broonzy)
                    - Further On Up The Road (Joe M. Veasey)
                    Line-up: STU (p)/Eric Clapton (gtr, voc)/Carl Radle (bass)/Jamie Oldaker (dr)/
                                   Dick Sims (keyb)/Jerry Portnoy (harm)/Bob Margolin (gtr)
                    Note: Soundboard recording was made with The Rolling Stones Mobile.

781129A  29th November: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   7“ single (Rolling Stones Records RS 19310, -US). Producers: The Glimmer Twins.
                   A: Shattered (MJ/KR)
                   B: Everything Is Turning To Gold (MJ/KR/RW) -previously unreleased
                   Line-up ‘Shattered’: see 780609A.
                   Line-up ‘Gold’: MJ (voc; maybe gtr)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/RW (gtr, bvoc)/BW (bass)/
                                  CW (dr)/Mel Collins (sax)/Sugar Blue (harm)/… (perc)

781210A  10th December: US TV (Channel 2 News), incl.
                    - Brown Sugar (MJ/KR) -Los Angeles 18.11.1973, part only

781212A  12th December: KEITH RICHARDS.
                    7" single (Rolling Stones Records RS 19311, -US). Producer: KR.
                    A: Run Rudolph Run (Marvin Brodie/Johnny Marks)
                    B: The Harder They Come (Jimmy Cliff)
                    Line-up side A: KR (gtr, voc, bass)/STU (p)/Mike Driscoll (dr)
                    Line-up side B: KR (gtr, voc, bass)/RW (p, maybe some drums)/CW (dr)

781216A  16th December: PETER TOSH. US TV (NBC) ‘Saturday Night Live’,
                    Westchester, New York. Incl.
                     - Don’t Look Back (William Robinson/Ronald White)
                     Line-up: MJ (voc)/Peter Tosh (gtr, voc)/Robbie Shakespeare (bass)/Mikey
                                    Chung (gtr)/Sly Dunbar (dr)/Robert Lyn (keyb)/Lou Marini (sax)/
                                    Alan Rubin (tp)/Tom Malone (tb)/& three female backing singers

781222A  22nd December: BOB HALL GEORGE GREEN BAND. UK radio (BBC2)
                   'Sounds Of Jazz'. Host: Peter Clayton. Recorded live in London, at Maida Vale
                   Studios, most probably at an earlier date in December..
                   - Rocket 88 (Pete Johnson)
                   - Continental Blues (Ellis Larkin)
                   - St. Louis Blues (William C. Handy)
                   - Barrelhouse Boogie (Albert Ammons/Pete Johnson)
                   - Ain't Nobody Minding (Bob Hall/Dennis Cotton) -Bob Hall on vocals
                   - The Sheik Of Araby (Harry B. Smith/Ted Snyder/Francis Wheeler)
                   - Jonah Wails The Blues (Colin Smith)
                  Line-up: CW (dr)/Alexis Korner (gtr)/Bob Hall (p)/George Green (p)/Dave
                                 Green (bass)/Colin Smith (tp)/John Picard (tb)/Dick Morrissey (sax)

781200B  late 1978: US college radio ( ) ‘On The Mod’, incl.
                   - interview with KR (same as on 23rd September?)
                   - Let It Rock (Chuck Berry) -KR with Rockpile, New York 25.10.78

780000B  1978: SHAKIN’ STREET.
                    LP ‘Vampire Rock’ (CBS 82610). Producer: Patrice Fabien. Recorded in London,
                    Olympic Sound Studios. Incl.
                    - No Time To Lose (Fabienne Shine/Eric Lewy)
                    - Speedy Lady (Fabienne Shine/Eric Lewy)
                    Line-up: STU (p)/Fabienne Shine (voc)/Eric Lewy (gtr)/Armik Tigrane (gtr)/
                                   Mike Winter (bass)/Jean-Lou Kalinowski (dr)

780000C  1978THE ROLLING STONES.
                    7" single (London 5-N 906, -US). Re-release with two unique edit versions.
                    A: She's A Rainbow (MJ/KR) -edit (first piano solo cut; the out of tune violin
                            cacophony is missing; early fade)
                    B: 2000 Light Years From Home (MJ/KR) -edit (edited start...straight into bass
                              intro; edit point at 2'06"; early fade after last vocal)
                    Note: The edits are different to the edits of the 1967 promo single (see 671200A).

780000D  1978 or 1979: KEITH RICHARDS. New York City, probably hotel room.
                     - Key To The Highway (William Broonzy/Charles Segar)
                     Musician: KR (voc, gtr, p)