1979

790100A  1978 or January 1979: BLACK UHURU/SLY DUNBAR. Kingston, Jamaica,
                   Channel One Studios. Producers: Sly Dunbar & Robbie Shakespeare.
                   Sound engineer: Geoffrey Chung. Incl.
                   - Beast (MJ/KR) -basing on ‘Beast Of Burden’-chords
                   - Dirty Harry (Tommy McCook) -instrumental
                   - Oh What A Joy (Locksley Whitlock/Justin Hinds)
                   - Shine Eye I (Michael Rose) -Showcase LP-version, 5.21 min.
                   - Shine Eye II (Michael Rose) -Version; Taxi-7"-B-side, 3.22 min.; under title
                        Shine Eye Girl
                   - Shine Eye III (Michael Rose) -D-Roy 12" Mix; 7.36 min. (extended version of IV)
                   - Shine Eye IV (Michael Rose) -Black Uhuru LP-version, 5.51 min.; under title
                        Shine Eye Gal
                   - Shine Eye V (Michael Rose) -Guess Who's Coming To Dinner LP-version, 7.37;
                        under title Shine Eye Gal
                   - Shine Eye VI (Michael Rose) -Taxi Oldies-7", 3.46 min.; edit of version V
                   - Shine Eye VIII (Michael Rose) -A History Of Dub-CD, 3.49 min., under title
                       Shine Eye Dub, edit of version V
                   + probably three more tracks
                   Line-up: KR (gtr)/Michael Rose (voc)/Robbie Shakespeare (bass)/Sly Dunbar
                                  (dr)/Radcliff Bryan (gtr)/Ansel Collins (org)/Sticky Thompson (perc)/
                                  Scully Sims (perc)/Derek Simpson and Puma Jones (bvoc)

790100B  early 1979: PETER TOSH.
                  12" single (K052Z-62483). Producers: Peter Tosh & Robbie Shakespeare.
                   Executive producers: The Glimmer Twins.
                   A: Don't Look Back (William Robinson/Ronald White) -Dub version; MJ on vocals
                   B: Soon Come (Peter Tosh) -long version
                   Note: The Dub Version was previously released in the US on a promo 12" (see
                             780900A)

790100C  January: ALICE COOPER.
                   LP ‘From The Inside’ (Warner Brothers WB 56577). Producer: David Foster.
                   Maybe with RW and KR on one or more tracks (they attended the sessions in New
                   York City in Summer or Autumn 1978).

790106A  6th January: GUTHRIE THOMAS.
                   LP ‘This One’s For Sarah’ (Carmen Records SM 4178, -USA). Producers: Guthrie
                   Thomas and Larry Hirsch. Sound engineer: Larry Hirsch. Recorded in New York,
                   Music Farm Studios in 1978. Incl.
                   - Dead Ahead (Guthrie Thomas)
                   - I've Got To Go (Guthrie Thomas) -Howie Wyeth on drums
                   - The Window (Guthrie Thomas)
                   - Friends And Family (Guthrie Thomas) -Hank Roberts on cello
                   Musicians: RW (gtr)/Ted Pearlman (gtr)/Guthrie Thomas (ac gtr, voc)/Joel Diamond
                                       (keyb)/Mark Edelson (gtr, bvoc)/Mark Dawson (harm, bvoc)/Chris
                                       Plunkett (bass)/John Siomos (dr)/Clare Bathe and Albert Cecere (bvoc)

790117A  17th January: Dutch TV ( ), incl.
                    - interview with MJ

790118A  18th January: French radio (Europe 1) 'Coca Cola Music Story', incl.
                    - interview with MJ in french (in Nassau)

790122A  22nd January - 12th February: Nassau, Bahamas, Compass Point Studios.
                   Producers: The Glimmer Twins. Sound engineer: Chris Kimsey. Additional
                   musicians: Michael Shrieve (perc)/Sugar Blue (harm)
                   - Blues jam #1 ( ) -instrumental (slow)
                   - Blues jam #2 ( ) -instrumental (faster)
                   - Break Away (MJ/KR) -with barely audible guide vocals
                   - Dancing Girls (MJ/KR) -uses Brown Leaves-riff in the verses
                   - Emotional Rescue I (MJ/KR) -unverified first version
                   - Gangster's Moll I (MJ/KR)
                   - Guitar Lesson (MJ/KR) -instrumental
                   - I Think I’m Going Mad I (MJ/KR) -no sax, some falsetto vocals
                   - I Think I’m Going Mad II (MJ/KR) -with sax in the intro and no piano
                   - I Think I’m Going Mad III (MJ/KR) -with additional piano overdub
                   - It’s Cold Down There I (MJ/KR) -instrumental
                   - It’s Cold Down There II (MJ/KR)
                   - Let’s Go Steady Again I (James W. Alexander) -Kristi Kimsey on backing vocals,
                       version with two guitars
                   - Let’s Go Steady Again II (James W. Alexander) -Kristi Kimsey on backing vocals,
                       alternate mix of I with three guitars
                   - Little T & A II (MJ/KR) -instrumental
                   - Little T & A III (MJ/KR) -early lyrics
                   - Linda Lu (Ray Sharpe)
                   - Lonely At The Top (MJ/KR)
                   - Munich Hilton IV (MJ/KR/RW) -with vocals
                   - Never Too Into (MJ/KR)
                   - Piano instrumental (MJ/KR)
                   - Reconsider Baby/Sweet Home Chicago (Lowell Fulson)(Robert Johnson)
                   - Sands Of Time (MJ/KR) -unverified
                   - She’s So Cold I (MJ/KR) -early version with guide vocals/different lyrics
                   - Still In Love I (MJ/KR) -with falsetto vocals
                   - What’s The Matter (MJ/KR)
                   - You’re So Beautiful (MJ/KR?) -unverified (could be a cover of  Roll 'Em Pete)

790218B  18th February: Canadian TV (Channel W5) ‘5th Estate’. Report on KR-trial.

790220A  20th February: Canadian TV ( ), incl.
                   - interview with KR

790320A  20th March: US TV ( ) ‘Mike Douglas Show’.

790400A  April: RON WOOD. Los Angeles. Shooting of promofilms. Director: unidentified.
                    - Seven Days (Bob Dylan) -playback
                    - Buried Alive (RW)
                    + one more (unconfirmed)
                    Starring Seven Days: RW (gtr, voc, pedal steel, bass, dr, keyb)
                    Line-up Buried Alive: RW (gtr, voc)/Pops Powell (bass)/Ian McLagan (bvoc, keyb)/
                                  Bobby Keys (sax)/Ringo Starr (dr)

790400B  early April: THE NEW BARBARIANS. Santa Monica, California, unidentified small
                   studio. One week of tour-rehearsals. Incl.
                   - Take A Look At The Guy 1 (RW)
                   - Take A Look At The Guy 2 (RW)
                   - Worry No More (Jerry Williams)
                   - Breakin’ My Heart (RW)
                   - Have Some Mercy (Delroy Wilson)
                   - Infekshun 1 (RW)
                   - Infekshun 2 (RW)
                   - Infekshun 3 (RW)
                   - Infekshun 4 (RW)
                   - Infekshun 5 (RW)
                   - Buried Alive 1 (RW)
                   - Buried Alive 2 (RW)
                   - Buried Alive 3 (RW)
                   - Buried Alive 4 (RW)
                   - Act Together (MJ/KR)
                   - Don’t Worry (RW)
                   - Rock Me Baby (Bill Broonzy/Arthur Crudup)
                   - You Don't Have To Go (Jimmy Reed)
                   - Munich Hilton (MJ/KR/RW)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, voc, harm, sax, pedal steel)/KR (gtr, voc, p)/Ian McLagan
                                  (p, org, bvoc)/Stanley Clarke (bass)/Bobby Keys (sax)/Joseph ‘Ziggy’
                                  Modeliste (dr)
                   Note: Early on Boz Scaggs and Neil Young were also rehearsing for some
                             time with the band. 

790400C  April: probably Los Angeles, hotel room session, incl.
                    - unknown reggae ( )
                    - instrumental reggae jam 1 ( )
                    - instrumental reggae jam 2 ( )
                    - instrumental reggae jam 3 ( )
                    - instrumental reggae jam 4 ( )
                    Line-up: RW (gtr)/Ian McLagan (keyb)/Bobby Keys (sax)

790413A  ca. 13th - 19th April: THE NEW BARBARIANS. Culver City, California, MGM
                   Studios. Another week of rehearsals on a soundstage.
                   Session from 13th April (without KR):
                   - Lost And Lonely (RW) 6.34
                   - Seven Days 1 (Bob Dylan) 2.11
                   - Seven Days 2 (Bob Dylan) 4.38
                   - Breathe On Me 1 (RW) 0.51
                   - Breathe On Me 2 (RW) 4.06
                   - Breathe On Me 3 (RW) 2.27
                   - Buried Alive (RW) 2.59
                   - I Can Feel The Fire 1 (RW) 3.30
                   - I Can Feel The Fire 2 (RW) 4.22
                   - I Can Feel The Fire 3 (RW) 0.27
                   - I Can Feel The Fire 4 (RW) 0.13
                   - I Can Feel The Fire 5 (RW) 0.54
                   - I Can Feel The Fire 6 (RW) 3.19
                   - Am I Grooving You (Bert Russell/Jeff Barry)
                   - Ain’t That Loving You Baby (Jimmy Reed) 10.50
                  - Lost And Lonely (RW) -reprise
                  Note: Times are approximative.

790420A  20th April: RON WOOD.
                   LP ‘Gimme Some Neck’ (CBS 83337). Producer: Roy Thomas Baker. 
                   Sound engineer: Geoff Workman. Recorded in March 1978 in Paris, France,
                   Pathe-Marconi Studios and from September 1978 onwards in Los Angeles,
                   Cherokee Studios.
                   A: - Worry No More (Jerry Williams)
                       - Breakin’ My Heart (RW)
                       - Delia (Trad.)
                       - Buried Alive (RW)
                       - Come To Realise (RW)
                       - Infekshun (RW)
                   B: - Seven Days (Bob Dylan)
                       - We All Get Old (RW)
                       - F.U.C. Her (RW)
                       - Lost And Lonely (RW)
                       - Don’t Worry (RW)
                        Line-up ‘Worry No More’: RW (gtr, dobro, voc)/CW (dr)/Pops Powell (bass)/
                                      Jerry Williams (p, bvoc)
                        Line-up ‘Breakin’ My Heart’: RW (gtr, voc)/MJ (bvoc)/CW (dr)/Pops Powell
                                      (bass)
                        Line-up ‘Delia’: RW (dobro)
                        Line-up ‘Buried Alive’: RW (gtr, voc)/MJ (bvoc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/CW (dr)/Pops
                                      Powell (bass)/Jim Keltner (perc)
                        Line-up ‘Come To Realise’: RW (gtr, voc)/CW (dr)/Pops Powell (bass)/Ian
                                      McLagan (keyb)/Jon Lind & Richard (bvoc)
                        Line-up ‘Infekshun’: RW (gtr, voc)/CW (dr)/Pops Powell (bass)/Harry
                                      Phillips (p)
                        Line-up ‘Seven Days’: RW (gtr, pedal steel, bass, voc)/KR (bvoc)/Ian
                                      McLagan (org)/Mick Fleetwood (dr)
                        Line-up ‘We All Get Old’: RW (gtr, pedal steel, voc)/CW (dr)/Pops Powell
                                     (bass)/Ian McLagan (org)/Jon Lind & Richard (bvoc)
                        Line-up ‘F.U.C. Her’: RW (gtr, harm, voc)/Pops Powell (bass)/Dave Mason
                                      (gtr, dr)
                        Line-up ‘Lost And Lonely’: RW (gtr, voc)/CW (dr)/Pops Powell (bass)/Jim
                                      Keltner (perc)/Ian McLagan (keyb)
                        Line-up ‘Don’t Worry’: RW (gtr, voc)/CW (dr)/Pops Powell (bass)/Bobby
                                      Keys (sax)  

790420B  20th (?) April: Studio Center, West Lakeshore (near Toronto), Canada. Rolling
                   Stones-rehearsals. Additional musician: Ian McLagan (org, p)

790421A  21st April: THE NEW BARBARIANS. Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, Playboy Club.
                   Tour-rehearsals.
                    (Lost And Lonely/I Can Feel The Fire 1/I Can Feel The Fire 2/Let’s Go Steady
                      Again1/Let’s Go Steady Again 2/Worried Life Blues/Hello Africa)
                   Note: 'Hello Africa' was written by Eddy Grant and incorporates motifs from
                              the instrumental Skokiaan (composer: August Musarurwa). It was released
                              officially (under title 'Africa') in April 2016 (see 160416A).

22nd April: Canadian National Institute For The Blind Benefit Concerts.
                   Note: The gigs were introduced through John Belushi and Cliff Lorrimer.
                              First the New Barbarians played their set, then MJ & KR played Prodigal Son
                              and after that the Stones entered the stage (joined for Jumping Jack Flash by the
                              remaining New Barbarians)

790422A  22nd April: THE NEW BARBARIANS. Oshawa, Civic Auditorium (1st show)
                  (Breathe On Me/Come To Realise/Infekshun/Lost And Lonely/Am I Grooving
                   You/Seven Days/Before They Make Me Run)

790422B  22nd April: Oshawa, Canada, Civic Auditorium (1st show)
                   (Prodigal Son/Let It Rock/Respectable/Star Star/Beast Of Burden/Just My
                    Imagination/When The Whip Comes Down/Shattered/Miss You/Jumping Jack Flash)
                    Note: Soundboard recording was made.
                              A private video of about half-an-hour exists, incl.
                               - Breathe On Me (RW) -incomplete
                               - Come To Realise (RW)
                               - Infekshun (RW) -incomplete
                               - Prodigal Son (Rev. Robert Wilkins) -incomplete
                               - Let It Rock (Chuck Berry)
                               - Respectable (MJ/KR) -incomplete
                               - Star Star (MJ/KR) -incomplete
                               - Beast Of Burden (MJ/KR) -incomplete

790422C  22nd April: THE NEW BARBARIANS. Oshawa, Civic Auditorium (2nd show)
                  (Sweet Little Rock’n Roller/F.U.C. Her/Breathe On Me/Infekshun/I Can
                    Feel The Fire/Am I Grooving You-Seven Days/Before They Make Me Run)

790422D  22nd April: Oshawa, Canada, Civic Auditorium (2nd show)
                   (Prodigal Son/Let It Rock/Respectable/Star Star/Beast Of Burden/Just My
                    Imagination/When The Whip Comes Down/Shattered/Miss You/Jumping Jack Flash)
                    Note: Soundboard recording was made.

790422E  April: Canadian TV (CBC). Report on the C.N.I.B.-gigs, incl.
                   - interview with KR
                   - Come To Realise (RW) -Oshawa 22.4.79, 1st show
                   - Star Star (MJ/KR) -Oshawa 22.4.79, 1st show, part only
                   - Beast Of Burden (MJ/KR) -Oshawa 22.4.79, 1st show, part only

790423A  23rd April: Canadian TV ( ). Report on Oshawa-concerts. Incl.
                   - Star Star (MJ/KR) -Oshawa 22.4.79 1st show, part only
                   - interview with KR
                   - Let It Rock (Chuck Berry) -Oshawa 22.4.79 1st show, part only

790423B  23rd April: Canadian radio ( ), incl.
                    - interview with MJ and KR by Cliff Lorrimer

24th April - 22nd May: THE NEW BARBARIANS. US Tour.
                  Line-up: RW (gtr, voc, harm, sax, pedal steel)/KR (gtr, voc, p)/Ian McLagan (p, org,
                                 bvoc)/Stanley Clarke (bass)/Bobby Keys (sax)/Joseph ‘Ziggy’ Modeliste (dr)

790424A  24th April: THE NEW BARBARIANS. Ann Arbor, Michigan, Chrisler Arena

790425A  25th April: Dutch radio (KRO) ‘Theo Stokking Show’, incl.
                    - interview with RW

790426A  26th April: US radio ( ), Detroit, incl.
                    - interview with RW

790426B  26th April: THE NEW BARBARIANS. Detroit, Michigan, Cobo Arena

790427A  27th April: US radio ( ), Detroit, incl.
                   - interview with RW

790428A  28th April: THE NEW BARBARIANS. Detroit, Michigan, Cobo Arena
                   (Sweet Little Rock’n Roller/Infekshun/Buried Alive/Mystifies Me/F.U.C.
                    Her/Rock Me Baby/Sure The One You Need/Breathe On Me/Let’s Go
                    Steady Again/Apartment Number Nine/Honky Tonk Women/Love In
                    Vain/Band introduction/I Can Feel The Fire/Come To Realise/Am I
                    Grooving You/Seven Days/Before They Make Me Run/Jumping Jack Flash)

790429A  29th April: US radio ( ), Detroit, incl.
                   - interview with RW

790429A  29th April: US radio (D.I.R.) ‘King Biscuit Flower Hour’. Host: Bill Minkin. Incl.
                   - Let It Rock (Chuck Berry) -Detroit 06.07.78
                   - All Down The Line (MJ/KR) -Houston 19.07.78
                   - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR) -Houston 19.07.78
                   - Miss You (MJ/KR) -Detroit 06.07.78
                   - Just My Imagination (Norman Whitfield/Barrett Strong) -Detroit 06.07.78
                   - Shattered (MJ/KR) -Memphis 28.06.78
                   - Hound Dog (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller) -Memphis 28.06.78
                   - Respectable (MJ/KR) -Houston 19.07.78
                   - Beast Of Burden (MJ/KR) -Houston 19.07.78
                   - When The Whip Comes Down (MJ/KR) -Detroit 06.07.78
                   - Love In Vain (Robert Johnson) -Detroit 06.07.78
                   - Tumbling Dice (MJ/KR) -Detroit 06.07.78
                   - Happy (MJ/KR) -Detroit 06.07.78
                   - Brown Sugar (MJ/KR) -Houston 19.07.78
                   - Jumping Jack Flash (MJ/KR) -Houston 19.07.78
                   Note: For more KBFH-live recordings from 1978, see 790624A.

790429C  29th April: THE NEW BARBARIANS. Milwaukee, Wisconsin,  Milwaukee
                   Arena. Soundcheck. Incl.
                   - Let’s Go Steady Again (J. W. Alexander) 2.33
                   - Run Rudolph Run (Marvin Brodie/Johnny Marks) 3.01
                   Note: Soundboard recording was made.

790429D  29th April: THE NEW BARBARIANS. Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Milwaukee Arena
                   (Sweet Little Rock’n Roller/Buried Alive/Infekshun/Mystifies Me/F.U.C.
                    Her/Rock Me Baby/Sure The One You Need/Breathe On Me/Let’s Go
                    Steady Again/Apartment Number Nine/Honky Tonk Women/Love In
                    Vain/Band introduction/Lost And Lonely/I Can Feel The Fire/Come To
                    Realise/Am I Grooving You/Seven Days/Before They Make Me Run/
                    Jumping Jack Flash [+ reprise])

790430A  30th April: THE NEW BARBARIANS. Chicago, Illinois, International Amphitheater
                   (Sweet Little Rock’n Roller/Infekshun/Buried Alive/Mystifies Me/F.U.C.
                    Her/Rock Me Baby/Sure The One You Need/Breathe On Me/Let’s Go
                    Steady Again/Apartment Number Nine/Honky Tonk Women/Band
                    introduction/Love In Vain/Key To The Highway/Hoodoo Thing/I Can
                    Feel The Fire/Come To Realise/Am I Grooving You/Seven Days/Before
                    They Make Me Run/Jumping Jack Flash)
                   Note: With special guest Junior Wells (voc, harm) on Key To The Highway and
                              Hoodoo Thing.

790501A  1st May: UK TV (BBC) ‘Old Grey Whistle Test’, incl.
                    - interview with RW

790502A  2nd May: THE NEW BARBARIANS. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Civic Arena
                   (Sweet Little Rock’n Roller/Buried Alive/F.U.C. Her/Mystifies Me/Infekshun/            
                    Rock Me Baby/Lost And Lonely/Honky Tonk Women/Sure The One You Need/
                    Love In Vain/Breathe On Me/Let’s Go Steady Again/Apartment Number
                    Nine/Worried Life Blues/I Can Feel The Fire/Come To Realise/Am I
                    Grooving You/Seven Days/Before They Make Me Run/Jumping Jack Flash)

790503A  3rd May: THE NEW BARBARIANS. Cincinnati, Ohio, Riverfront Coliseum
                   (Sweet Little Rock’n Roller/Buried Alive/F.U.C. Her/Mystifies Me/
                    Infekshun/Rock Me Baby/Sure The One You Need/Lost And Lonely/
                    Breathe On Me/Love In Vain/Let’s Go Steady Again/Apartment Number
                    Nine/Honky Tonk Women/Worried Life Blues/I Can Feel The Fire/Come To Realise)
                   Note: Soundboard recording was made.

790505A  5th May : THE NEW BARBARIANS. Largo, Maryland, Capital Center Arena
                   (Sweet Little Rock’n Roller/Buried Alive/F.U.C. Her/Mystifies Me/
                    Infekshun/Rock Me Baby/Sure The One You Need/Lost And Lonely/
                    Love In Vain/Breathe On Me/Let’s Go Steady Again/Apartment Number
                    Nine/Honky Tonk Women/Band introduction/Worried Life Blues/I Can
                    Feel The Fire/Come To Realise/Am I Grooving You/Seven Days/Before
                    They Make Me Run/Jumping Jack Flash [+ reprise])
                   Note: The whole show was professionally filmed. The audio track of the film was
                              officially released on 2 CD's in 2006 (see 061020A).                             

790507A  7th May: THE NEW BARBARIANS. New York City, Madison Square Garden
                   (Sweet Little Rock’n Roller/Buried Alive/F.U.C. Her/Mystifies Me/
                    Infekshun/Rock Me Baby/Sure The One You Need/Lost And Lonely/
                    Breathe On Me/Love In Vain/Let’s Go Steady Again/Apartment Number
                    Nine/Honky Tonk Women/Worried Life Blues/Band introduction/I Can
                    Feel The Fire/Come To Realise/Am I Grooving You/Seven Days/Before
                    They Make Me Run/Jumping Jack Flash)
                   Note: Soundboard recording was made. Officially released (in parts) in 2016
                             (see 160416A and 160819A).

790508A  8th May: THE NEW BARBARIANS. Cleveland, Ohio, Richfield Coliseum
                   (Sweet Little Rock’n Roller/Buried Alive/F.U.C. Her/Mystifies Me/
                    Infekshun/Rock Me Baby/Sure The One You Need/Lost And Lonely/
                    Breathe On Me/Love In Vain/Let’s Go Steady Again/Apartment Number
                    Nine/Honky Tonk Women/Worried Life Blues/I Can Feel The Fire/Band
                    introduction/Come To Realise/Am I Grooving You/Seven Days/Before
                    They Make Me Run/Jumping Jack Flash [+ reprise])

790510A  10th May: THE NEW BARBARIANS. Atlanta, Georgia, The Omni

790511A  11th May: probably near London, Glyn Johns' wedding.
                    CW (dr), Eric Clapton (bass) and Georgie Fame (keyb) jam together.

790512A  12th May: ROCKET 88. London, The Venue. With STU on piano.

790512B  12th May: THE NEW BARBARIANS. Houston, Texas, Summit
                   (Sweet Little Rock’n Roller/Buried Alive/F.U.C. Her/Mystifies Me/
                    Infekshun/Rock Me Baby/Sure The One You Need/Lost And Lonely/
                    Breathe On Me/Love In Vain/Let’s Go Steady Again/Apartment Number
                    Nine/Honky Tonk Women/Band introduction/Worried Life Blues/I Can
                    Feel The Fire/Come To Realise/Am I Grooving You/Seven Days/Before
                    They Make Me Run/Jumping Jack Flash)
                   Note: Soundboard recording was made.

790513A  13th May: THE NEW BARBARIANS. Fort Worth, Texas, Tarrant County
                   Convention Center
                   (Sweet Little Rock’n Roller/Buried Alive/F.U.C. Her/Mystifies Me/
                    Infekshun/Rock Me Baby/Sure The One You Need/Lost And Lonely/
                    Breathe On Me/Love In Vain/Let’s Go Steady Again/Apartment Number
                    Nine/Honky Tonk Women/Worried Life Blues/I Can Feel The Fire/Come
                    To Realise/Am I Grooving You/Seven Days/Before They Make Me Run/
                    Jumping Jack Flash)

790515A  15th May: THE NEW BARBARIANS. Denver, Colorado, McNichol’s Arena

790517A  17th May: THE NEW BARBARIANS. Salt Lake City, Utah, Salt Palace

790519A  19th May: THE NEW BARBARIANS. Los Angeles, California, Forum, incl.
                   (Sweet Little Rock’n Roller/Buried Alive/F.U.C. Her/Mystifies Me/
                    Infekshun/Rock Me Baby/Sure The One You Need/Lost And Lonely/
                    Breathe On Me/Love In Vain/Let’s Go Steady Again)
                   Note: With special guest Billy Preston (p) on about four or five numbers
                              near the end of the show.

790519B  19th May: New York. Wedding of George & Olivia Harrison. Jam-session. Incl.
                    - Something Else (Eddie Cochran/Sharon Sheeley) -unverified
                    + more
                    Musicians: MJ (voc), George Harrison, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Eric Clapton,
                                        Denny Laine and maybe more

790520A  20th May: THE NEW BARBARIANS. Oakland, California, Alameda Co. Coliseum
                   (Sweet Little Rock’n Roller/Buried Alive/F.U.C. Her/Mystities Me/
                    Infekshun/Rock Me Baby/Sure The One You Need/Lost And Lonely/
                    Breathe On Me/Love In Vain/Let’s Go Steady Again/Apartment Number
                    Nine/Honky Tonk Women/Band introduction/Worried Life Blues/I Can
                    Feel The Fire/Come To Realise/Am I Grooving You/Seven Days/Before
                    They Make Me Run/Jumping Jack Flash)
                   Note: Soundboard recording was made.

790521A  ca. 21st May: IAN MCLAGAN/(THE NEW BARBARIANS). Malibu, California,
                   Shangri-La Studios. Producer: Geoff Workman. Sound engineer: Buford T. Jones. Incl.
                   - Truly I (Carl Levy) -12 minutes-version, remixed by Rob Fraboni
                   - Truly II (Carl Levy) -Troublemaker-version
                   Musicians: RW (gtr, bvoc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/Ian McLagan (voc, keyb)/Stanley Clarke
                                       (bass)/Joseph Modeliste (dr)/Bobby Keys and Darryl Keys (horns)

790522A  22nd May: THE NEW BARBARIANS. San Diego, California, Sports Arena
                  (Sweet Little Rock’n Roller/Buried Alive/F.U.C. Her/Mystifies Me/
                    Infekshun/Rock Me Baby/Sure The One You Need/Lost And Lonely/
                    Breathe On Me/Love In Vain/Let’s Go Steady Again/Apartment Number
                    Nine/Worried Life Blues/I Can Feel The Fire/Come To Realise/Band
                    introduction/Am I Grooving You/Seven Days/Before They Make Me
                    Run/Jumping Jack Flash [+ reprise])
                   Note: With special guest Bob Welch (gtr) on one or more songs.
                             Also a private video with parts of this show exists:
                              - Breathe On Me (RW) -incomplete
                              - Love In Vain (Robert Johnson)
                              - Band introduction
                              - Am I Grooving You (Bert Russell/Jeff Barry)
                              - Seven Days (Bob Dylan)
                              - Before They Make Me Run (MJ/KR)
                              - Jumping Jack Flash (MJ/KR) -incomplete

790500A  May: UK TV (BBC) ‘News At Ten’. Report on MJ’s divorce, incl.
                   - footage from their wedding in St. Tropez 12.5.71
                   - Interview with Bianca Jagger

790500B  late May: THE NEW BARBARIANS. Los Angeles, California, RCA Studios.
                   Producer: probably KR.
                   - Jam ( ) -unverified
                   - Fingerprint Filin' ( )
                   + 3 more (all unverified)
                   Line-up ‘Fingerprint Filin'’: KR (gtr)/RW (gtr)/Zigaboo Modeliste (voc, dr)/
                                Ian McLagan (keyb)/Bobby Keys (sax)/Stanley Clarke (bass)/Lowell
                                George (slide gtr)

790500C  Spring: IAN MCLAGAN. Los Angeles, Cherokee Studios. Producer and sound
                   engineer: Geoff Workman. Recordings for his upcoming album Troublemaker, incl.
                   - Somebody (Ian McLagan)
                   + one more (Ian McLagan) -unreleased
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, sax)/Ian McLagan (voc, keyb)/Bobby Keys (sax)/Steve
                                  Madaio (sax)/Paul Stallworth (bass)/Jim Keltner (dr)

790600A  probably early June: EDDIE 'CLEANHEAD' WINSON. London, 100 Club,
                   incl. (all unverified):
                   - Cleanhead Blues (Eddie Vinson)
                   - Juice Head Baby (Eddie Vinson)
                   - Cherry Red Blues (Joe Turner)
                   - I Remember April (Gene de Paul/Patricia Johnston)
                   - Laura (David Raskin/Johnny Mercer)
                   Line-up: CW (dr)/Eddie 'Cleanhead' Winson (sax)/Danny Adler (gtr)/Stan
                                  Grieg (p)/Pete Skiff (bass)

790604A  4th June: Dutch TV ( ) ‘Pink Pop Festival’, Geleen, Netherlands. Incl.
                    - footage of  MJ as backstage guest, visiting Peter Tosh

790621A  10th June - 7th July & late July - 25th August & 12th September - 19th October:
                    Boulogne-Billancourt (near Paris), France, Pathé Marconi Studios. Producers:
                    The Glimmer Twins. Sound engineer: Chris Kimsey. Additional musicians:
                    Bobby Keys (sax)/Sugar Blue (harm)/Martin Gordon (bass; two days in
                    September)/Boz Scaggs (voc, gtr)
                    - Dance I (MJ/KR/RW) -early lyrics
                    - Dance II (MJ/KR/RW) -early lyrics, with `three, four..."-count-in
                    - Dance III (MJ/KR/RW) -early lyrics with `two, three, four"-count-in
                    - Dance IV (MJ/KR/RW) -first early version with original intro
                    - Down In The Hole I (MJ/KR) -early version with partly different lyrics
                    - Emotional Rescue II (MJ/KR) -long version
                    - Hang Fire III (MJ/KR) -with some falsetto vocals
                    - Hang Fire IV (MJ/KR) -first version with ‘doo doo doo’-chorus
                    - Heaven I (MJ/KR) -early version with guide vocals
                    - Indian Girl I (MJ/KR) -unverified early version without horns
                    - Instrumental ( ) -unverified
                    - It's A Lie I (MJ/KR) -with harmonica intro
                    - It's A Lie II (MJ/KR) -with drums intro
                    - Jah Is Not Dead (MJ/KR) -with Boz Scaggs sharing vocals and on guitar
                    - Jam ( ) -with Bobby Keys; unverified
                    - Let Me Go I (MJ/KR) -without sax
                    - Let Me Go II (MJ/KR) -’Emotional Rescue’-version
                    - Neighbours I (MJ/KR) -early version with guide vocals
                    - No Use In Crying I (MJ/KR/RW) -shorter early version
                    - No Use In Crying II (MJ/KR/RW) -longer early version
                    - No Use In Crying III (MJ/KR/RW) -similar to version II, but organ sets in earlier
                    - No Use In Crying IV (MJ/KR/RW) -edit of early version
                    - Send It To Me I (MJ/KR) -long version with vocals
                    - Summer Romance IV (MJ/KR) -more finished lyrics than III
                    - Summer Romance V (MJ/KR) -finished lyrics, but diff. vocal take, one guitar less
                    - Summer Romance VI (MJ/KR) -finished lyrics, plus bvoc; long version of VII
                    - “Time Flies” (MJ/KR) -unverified, title unsure; with Martin Gordon on bass
                    - Tones (MJ/KR?) -unverified
                    - We Had It All I (Troy Seals/Donny Fritts) -without harmonica
                    - We Had It All II (Troy Seals/Donny Fritts) -version I with harmonica
                    - We Had It All III (Troy Seals/Donny Fritts) -more finished version
                    - Where The Boys Go III (MJ/KR) -’Where The Boys All Go’-version, 1st version
                         with proper intro
                    - Where The Boys Go IV (MJ/KR) -different lead vocals, no girls choir, longer solo
                    - Where The Boys Go V (MJ/KR) -version used for thermo-promo

790624A  24th June: US radio (D.I.R.) ‘King Biscuit Flower Hour’. Host: Bill Minkin. ncl.
                   - Respectable (MJ/KR) -Lexington 29.6.78
                   - All Down the Line (MJ/KR) -Houston, 19. July 1978
                   - Miss you (MJ/KR) -Lexington 29.6.78
                   - Lies (MJ/KR) -Lexington 29.6.78
                   - Beast of Burden (MJ/KR) -Lexington 29.6.78
                   - Shattered (MJ/KR) -Lexington 29.6.78
                   - Far Away Eyes (MJ/KR) -Lexington 29.6.78
                   - Tumbling Dice (MJ/KR) -Detroit, 6. July 1978
                   - Sweet Little Sixteen (Chuck Berry) -Lexington 29.6.78
                   - Jumping Jack Flash (MJ/KR) -Houston, 19. July 1978
                   (+ 4 tracks by supporting act Peter Tosh)
 
                   The following tracks have also been aired in unconfirmed broadcasts:
                   - Star Star (MJ/KR) -Houston 19.7.78
                   - Lies (MJ/KR) -Houston 19.7.78
                   - Just My Imagination (Norman Whitfield/Barrett Strong) -Lexington 29.6.78
                   - Tumbling Dice (MJ/KR) -Houston 19.7.78
                   - Happy (MJ/KR) -Houston 19.7.78
                   - Sweet Little Sixteen (Chuck Berry) -Houston 19.7.79
                   - Brown Sugar (MJ/KR) -Lexington 29.6.78
                   - Jumping Jack Flash (MJ/KR) -Lexington 29.6.78
                   Note: See also 790429A.

790708A  8th July: THE BOB HALL GEORGE GREEN BOOGIE WOOGIE BAND.
                   Bracknell, England, ‘5th Bracknell Jazz Festival’
                   (boogie woogie piano instrumental/Barrelhouse Boogie/Pinetop's Boogie Woogie/
                    Band introduction/Swindon Swing/St. Louis Blues/Continental Blues/Talking
                    About Louise/Rocket 88/Rock My Soul/It's Too Late For That Now/Alias Smith &
                    Jones/I'm Talking About You)
                   Line-up: CW (dr)/STU (p; some songs only)/Bob Hall (p)/George Green (p)/Alexis
                                  Korner (voc, gtr)/Dick Morrissey (sax)/Colin Smith (tp)/John Picard (tb)/
                                  Don Weller (sax)/Jack Bruce (bass)
                   Note: STU plays piano on Rock My Soul and the Memphis Minnie-song I'm
                             Talking About You (and maybe one or two more in between).
                             The first three tracks are probably without any participation of CW or STU.

790713A  13th July: US TV (ABC) ‘PM Magazine’.
                    - interview with RW

790714A  14th July: THE BOB HALL GEORGE GREEN BOOGIE WOOGIE BAND.
                    The Hague, Netherlands, Congress Centre, Carousel Zaal, ‘Northsea Jazz Festival’
                    - Barrelhouse Boogie (Albert Ammons/Pete Johnson)
                    - Pinetop's Boogie Woogie (Clarence ‘Pinetop’ Smith)
                    - Band introduction 1
                    - Swindon Swing (Colin Smith)
                    - St. Louis Blues (William C. Handy)
                    - Continental Blues (Ellis Larkin)
                    - Talking About Louise (Alexis Korner) -Alexis Korner on lead vocals
                    - Rocket 88 (Pete Johnson)
                    - Rock My Soul (King Curtis)
                    - Too Late For That Now (Bob Hall) -Bob Hall on lead vocals
                    - Shufflin’ The Boogie (Hattie Young)
                    - Alias Smith & Jones (Colin Smith)
                    - Box Car Shorty (Sidney Bechet) -with Cousin Joe on piano and vocals
                    - I Got A Problem (Gene Barge/Jesse Anderson) -with Cousin Joe on piano and
                         vocals
                    - "I Can't Lose With A Girl Like You" ( ) -with Cousin Joe on piano and vocals
                    - Band introduction 2
                   Line-up: CW (dr)/STU (p; some tracks only)/Alexis Korner (gtr, voc)/Jack Bruce
                                 (bass)/Bob Hall (p, voc)/George Green (p)/Dick Morissey (sax)/Colin
                                 Smith (tp)/John Picard (tb)
                   Note: The first two tracks are probably without any participation of CW or STU.

790723A  23rd or 30th July or August: Dutch TV (AVRO) 'Northsea Jazz Festival '79’, incl.
                   - St. Louis Blues (W.C. Handy)

790700A  ca. late July: Dutch cinemas 'Polygoon Journaal', incl.
                  - footage of The Bob Hall George Green Boogie Woogie Band live on Northsea
                       Jazz Festival

790810A  10th August: THE NEW BARBARIANS. Shepperton, England, Shepperton
                   Studios. Rehearsals. Incl.
                   - tuning
                   - Buried Alive 1 (RW)
                   - Buried Alive 2 (RW)
                   - Buried Alive 3 (RW)
                   - Buried Alive 4 (RW)
                   - F.U.C. Her (RW)
                   - Mystifies Me (RW)
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, voc, harm, sax)/KR (gtr, voc)/Ian McLagan (p, org)/
                                   Phil Chen (bass)/Bobby Keys (sax)/Joseph Modeliste (dr)

790811A  11th August: THE NEW BARBARIANS. Hertfordshire, England, Knebworth
                    Park, ‘Knebworth Fair’-festival
                    (Sweet Little Rock’n Roller/F.U.C. Her/Breathe On Me/I Can Feel The Fire/
                     Let’s Go Steady Again/Band introduction/Worried Life Blues/Honky Tonk
                     Women/Come To Realise/Am I Grooving You/Seven Days/Before They Make
                     Me Run/Jumping Jack Flash [& reprise])
                     Line-up: RW (gtr, voc, harm, sax)/KR (gtr, voc)/Ian McLagan (p, org)/
                                    Phil Chen (bass)/Bobby Keys (sax)/Joseph Modeliste (dr)
                     Note: With special guest Sugar Blue (harm) on 'I Can Feel The Fire' and
                               'Worried Life  Blues'. The whole show was professionally filmed.

790824A  24th August: RON WOOD.
                   7" single (CBS 7785). Producer: Roy Thomas Baker.
                   A: Seven Days (Bob Dylan)
                   B: Come To Realise (RW)
                   Line-up: see 790420A.

790908A  8th September: KEITH RICHARDS. London, wedding reception. Unverified.
                    - Money Honey (Jesse Stone)
                    - I’m Ready (Willie Dixon)
                    - Let’s Go Steady Again (J. W. Alexander)
                    - Worried Life Blues (Major Merriweather)
                    Line-up: KR (gtr or p, voc)

790911A  11th September: ALL STAR BAND. US TV ( ) ‘Jerry Lewis Muscular Dystrophy
                    Telethon’. Las Vegas, Nevada, Convention Center, The Superdance
                    - Money (Janie Bradford/Berry Gordy Jr.)
                    - Twist And Shout (Bert Russell/Philip Medley)
                    - Jumping Jack Flash (MJ/KR) -Kasim Sulton on lead vocals
                    + probably 2 more (unaired)
                    - BW answers phonecalls
                    Line-up: BW (bass)/Ringo Starr (dr)/Kiki Dee (bvoc)/Todd Rundgren (gtr, voc)/Dave
                                   Mason (gtr, voc)/Doug Kershaw (fiddle)/Joanne ...(bvoc)/John Harris (keyb)

791002A  2nd October: Japanese radio ( ), incl.
                    - interview with MJ

791009A  9th October: US TV ( ) ‘The Cleo Laine Show’, incl.
                    - I’m A Drum ( )
                    Line-up: CW (dr)/Cleo Laine (voc)/Jack Parnell (dr)/Kenny Clare (dr)/& a
                                   full-sized orchestra

791020A  20th October: French radio (Europe 1), incl.
                    - interview with BW

791020B  20th October: US radio (WNEW) ‘A To Z’. 24-hour Rolling Stones-special.

791021A  21st October: NEON LEON. New York City, Music Lab Studios. Producer: ?.
                    - Heart Of Stone (MJ/KR)
                    - The Last Time (MJ/KR) -unverified
                    - Dimples (John Lee Hooker) -unverified
                    Line-up: MJ (bvoc)/Neon Leon (voc, gtr)/John Coiro (gtr)/Honi O’ Rourke (bass,
                                   bvoc)/Gino Quintilino (dr)/Ron Slatter (p)

791021B  21st October: US TV (ABC) ‘The History Of Television, incl.
                    - Satisfaction (MJ/KR) -Ed Sullivan Show 13.2.66

791102A  2nd November: US TV ( ), incl.
                    - interview with Tony Sanchez about his ‘Up And Down’-book
                    + footage from Oshawa 22.4.79

791103A  3rd November: US radio (WMMR) 'Artists Profile'. Host: Mark Goodman. Incl.
                    - interview with BW & CW
                    - interview with MJ
                    - interview with KR

791100A  early November - December & probably January 1980: New York City, Electric
                   Lady Studios. Mixing and some overdubbing for the upcoming album ‘Emotional
                   Rescue’. Producers: The Glimmer Twins. Sound engineer: Chris Kimsey.
                   Additional musicians: Max Romeo (bvoc on ‘Dance’)/Arif Mardin (horns-
                   conductor)/Jack Nitzsche (horns-arranger)/Nicky Hopkins (keyb)
                   - All About You II (MJ/KR) -with guide vocals by KR and backing vocals by MJ
                   - All About You III (MJ/KR) -’Emotional Rescue’-version
                   - Dance V (If I Was A Dancer)(MJ/KR/RW) -’Sucking In The 70’s’-version
                   - Dance VI (MJ/KR/RW) -instrumental promo-version
                   - Dance VII (MJ/KR/RW) -’Emotional Rescue’-version
                   - Down In The Hole II (MJ/KR) -’Emotional Rescue’-version
                   - Emotional Rescue III (MJ/KR) -early short version (4.07) used for thermo-promo
                   - Emotional Rescue IV (MJ/KR) -’Emotional Rescue’-album-version
                   - Emotional Rescue V (MJ/KR) -edit version (3.57) used for official promofilm
                   - Emotional Rescue VI (MJ/KR) -Special Radio Version (promo-edit, 4.18)
                   - Emotional Rescue VII (MJ/KR) -edit 3.39; used on Malaysian Rewind-cassette
                   - Emotional Rescue VIII (MJ/KR) -edit 3.43 with more instruments and echo effects
                   - Indian Girl II (MJ/KR) -long version of IV
                   - Indian Girl III (MJ/KR) -short version with less horn overdubs
                   - Indian Girl IV (MJ/KR) -’Emotional Rescue’-version
                   - Send It To Me II (MJ/KR) -’Emotional Rescue’-version
                   - She’s So Cold II (MJ/KR) -’Emotional Rescue’-version
                   - Summer Romance VII (MJ/KR) -’Emotional Rescue’-version
                   - We Had It All IV (Troy Seals/Donny Fritts) -version III with new vocal take;
                        Some Girls deluxe version
                   - Where The Boys Go VI (MJ/KR) -’Emotional Rescue’-version

791110A  10th November: UK radio (Capital Radio), incl.
                    - interview with KR (some posh hotel in London, early November)
                    - interview with Barbara Charone (about her KR-book)

November - December: ROCKET 88. Germany and Netherlands-Tour.
                  Line-up: CW (dr)/STU (p)/Alexis Korner (gtr, voc)/Jack Bruce (bass)/Bob Hall (p)/
                                 George Green (p)/Hal Singer (sax)/Don Weller (sax)/John Picard (tb)/Colin
                                 Smith (tp)

791115A  15th (?) November: ROCKET 88. Wilhelmshaven, West-Germany,

791116A  16th November: ROCKET 88. Hamburg, West-Germany, CCH, Saal 1
                    (Roadhouse Boogie/St. Louis Blues/Swindon Swing/& more)
                    Note: Broadcast by German (NDR) radio, probably on a later date.

791117A  17th November: ROCKET 88. Hannover, West-Germany, Rotation Club.
                    Recording of a live-album. Producer: STU. Sound engineer: Mike McKenna.
                    - Rocket 88 (Pete Johnson)
                    - Waiting For The Call (Jack Bruce/Peter Brown)
                    - St. Louis Blues (William C. Handy)
                    - Roll ‘Em Pete (Pete Johnson/Joe Turner)
                    - Swindon Swing (Colin Smith)
                    - Roadhouse Boogie (Pete Johnson)
                    - Talking About Louise (Alexis Korner)
                    Line-up: see above. For more info, see 810100A.

791100B  November - January: BRIAN KNIGHT. London, Matrix Studios.
                   Producer: Charlie Hart. With CW (dr) and STU (p) on:
                   - Blues Is Rock’n Roll (Brian Knight) -with STU
                   - Cabin In The Sky (Brian Knight) -with CW and STU; Geoff Bradford on guitar
                   - Got The Blues 4 U (Brian Knight) -with STU; Gillian Hogman on backing vocals
                   - Mannish Boy (McKinley Morganfield/Ellas McDaniel/Mel London) -with STU
                   - Trouble In Mind (Richard M. Jones) -with CW and STU
                   Musicians: CW (dr)/STU (p)/Brian Knight (voc, gtr, harp)/Peter Green (gtr)/
                                       Charlie Hart (bass)/Les Morgan (dr)

791125A  25th November: STEVE CROPPER. New York City, The Rusk. Producer: ?.
                   Sound engineer: Glyn Johns. Additional musician: KR.

791130A  30th November: BOB MARLEY & WAILERS. Oakland, California, Auditorium.
                   RW jams with Bob Marley & The Wailers on
                   - Is This Love?/Jamming (both: Bob Marley)
                   - Ride Natty Ride (Bob Marley)
                   - Roots, Rock, Reggae (Bob Marley)
                   - Natty Dread (Bob Marley)
                   - Get Up, Stand Up (Bob Marley)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr)/Bob Marley (voc, gtr)/Aston Barrett (bass)/Carlton Barrett (dr)/
                                  Junior Marvin (gtr)/Al Anderson (gtr)/Tyrone Downie (keyb)/Junior
                                  Hanson (gtr)/Earl Lindo (org, clavinet)/Devon Evans (perc)/Alvin
                                  Patterson (perc)/Rita Marley, Judy Mowatt & Marcia Griffiths (bvoc)                  
                   Note: Soundboard recording was made. A professional video of this show exists.

791215A  15th December: ROCKET 88. London, The Venue.
                    - Pinetop's Boogie Woogie (Clarence 'Pinetop' Smith) -pianos only
                    - Band introduction
                    - Rock House Boogie (Josea Davis)
                    - Good Rockin’ Tonight (Roy Brown)
                    - Stagger Lee (Lloyd Price/Horace Logan)
                    - Willie's Trick (John Picard)
                    - Waiting For The Call (Jack Bruce/Peter Brown)
                    - Jonah Wails Again (Jonah Jones)
                    - It Ain’t Nobody’s Business (Porter Grainger/Clarence Williams/Graham Prince)
                    - Everyday I Have The Blues (Peter Chatman)
                    - Dance With Your Daughter (J.B. Lenoir)
                    - Band introduction 2
                    - Blood Shot Eyes (Hank Penny)
                    Line-up: CW (dr)/STU (p; not all songs)/Don Weller (sax)/Colin Smith (tp)/John
                                   Picard (tb)/Danny Adler (gtr, voc)/Jack Bruce (bass, voc)/Pete York (dr)/
                                   Bob Hall (p)/George Green (p)/Chris Farlowe (voc)/Dick Morrissey (sax)
                    Note: Recorded with the Rolling Stones Mobile Studio and partly broadcast on UK
                              radio (BBC1) ‘Rock On Saturday’, on January 19, 1980 (see 800119A).
                              Partly released as official download album in 2013 (see 130709A).

791218A  18th December: SCREAMING JAY HAWKINS. New York City, Blue Rock
                    Studio. Producer: Allan Schwartzberg.
                    - I Put A Spell On You (Jalacy Hawkins)
                    - Armpit #6 (Jalacy Hawkins)
                    Line-up: KR (gtr)/Screaming Jay Hawkins (voc)/all other musicians not identified

791219A  19th December: BILL WYMAN. Vence, France, BW’s homestudio.
                    - Je Suis Un Rock Star (BW) -unverified demo version

791230A  30th December: ROCKET 88. London, Dingwalls, ‘50th Birthday Of Boogie Woogie’.
                   Probably partly also with CW on drums. Incl.
                   - Barrelhouse Boogie (Albert Ammons/Pete Johnson)
                   - Boogie Woogie Man From Tennessee (Troy Seals)
                   - Band introduction
                   - Roadhouse Boogie (Pete Johnson)
                   - St. Louis Blues (William C. Handy)
                   - Swindon Swing (Colin Smith)
                   - Who’s Gonna Be Your Sweet Man When I’m Gone (McKinley Morganfield -
                         Alexis Korner on lead vocals
                   - Boogie ...  (Colin Smith)
                   - Boogie Drive (Colin Smith)
                   - Crying Mother Blues" (Red Nelson)
                   Line-up: STU (p)/Alexis Korner (gtr, voc)/Pete York (dr)/Bob Hall (p)/George Green
                                  (p)/Dick Morrissey (sax)/John Picard (tb)/Don Weller (sax)/Colin Smith
                                  (tp)/Jack Bruce (bass)

790000A  1979: BLACK UHURU.
                    7"-single (Taxi Records DRLP 1003, -Jamaica). Producers: Sly Dunbar & Robbie
                    Shakespeare.
                    A: Shine Eye (Michael Rose) -early fade, 3.22 min.; under title Shine Eye Girl
                    B: Shine Eye (Michael Rose) -Version, 3.22 min.
                    Line-up: KR (gtr)/Michael Rose (voc)/Robbie Shakespeare (bass)/Sly Dunbar
                                   (dr)/Radcliff Bryan (gtr)/Ansell Collins (org)/Sticky Thompson (perc)/
                                   Scully Sims (perc)/Derek Simpson and Puma Jones (bvoc)

790000B  1979: BLACK UHURU.
                    LP 'Showcase' (Taxi Records DRLP 1003, -Jamaica). Producers: Sly Dunbar &
                    Robbie Shakespeare. Recorded at Channel One Studios, Kingston, Jamaica,
                    probably in 1978 or January 1979 (see 790100A).
                    - Shine Eye (Michael Rose) -LP-version, 5.21 min.
                    Line-up: KR (gtr)/Michael Rose (voc)/Robbie Shakespeare (bass)/Sly Dunbar
                                   (dr)/Radcliff Bryan (gtr)/Ansell Collins (org)/Sticky Thompson (perc)/
                                   Scully Sims (perc)/Derek Simpson and Puma Jones (bvoc)

790000C  1979: BLACK UHURU.
                    12"-single (D-Roy Records DRDD 15). Producers: Sly Dunbar & Robbie
                    Shakespeare. Additional production: Delroy Witter.
                    A: Shine Eye (Michael Rose) -12" Remix (Disco Mix), 7.36 min.
                    [B: Licking Stick (Ansell Collins/Delroy Witter) by D-Roy Band]
                    Line-up: KR (gtr)/Michael Rose (voc)/Robbie Shakespeare (bass)/Sly Dunbar
                                   (dr)/Radcliff Bryan (gtr)/Ansell Collins (org)/Sticky Thompson (perc)/
                                   Scully Sims (perc)/Derek Simpson and Puma Jones (bvoc)

790000D  1979: SLY DUNBAR.
                    LP 'Sly, Wicked And Slick' (Taxi Records TS 002, -Jamaica). Producers: Sly
                    Dunbar & Geoffrey Chung. Recorded at Channel One Studios, Kingston, Jamaica,
                    Recorded at Channel One Studios, Kingston, Jamaica,
                    probably in 1978 or January 1979 (see 790100A). With KR on guitar on:
                    - Dirty Harry (Tommy McCook)
                    Line-up: KR (gtr)/Sly Dunbar (dr)/Robbie Shakespeare (bass)/Tommy McCook
                                   (sax)/Ansell Collins (org)/Sticky Thompson (perc)/Scully Sims (perc)