1983

830000A  1983: JIMMY CLIFF.
                   12“ single (Columbia 44-03845). Producer: Chris Kimsey. With RW (gtr)
                    on side A.
                    A: Peace Officer (Jimmy Cliff) -Dub version
                    [B: Special (Jimmy Cliff)]

830100A  January: French radio (Radio 7). Rolling Stones-special (370 min.), incl
                    - interview with MJ by Yves Mourousi (recorded in 1971)

830106A  6th January: US TV (ABC) ‘Good Morning America’.
                    - interview with RW by Joan London.

830107A  7th January: RON WOOD. New York City, Town Hall. RW talks about music,
                   plays live and shows rare videos. Incl.
                   - Cigarettes And Whisky (Trad.) -RW plays harmonica along to to a video
                        of him (gtr, some voc) and his father Arthur ‘Archie’ Wood (voc, harm)
                   - harmonica instrumental (Jimmy Reed-style)
                   - some pedal steel-licks by RW
                   - Far Away Eyes (MJ/KR) -RW sings and plays pedal steel alsong to the Rolling
                        Stones promo-video
                   - Let Me Love You (Willie Dixon) -RW on bass
                   - Emotional Rescue (MJ/KR) -RW accompanies on bass to the promovideo
                   - short bass instrumental by RW
                   - Around The Plynth (RW/Rod Stewart) -slide instrumental
                   - Mona (Ellas McDaniel) -guitar instrumental
                   - Black Limousine (MJ/KR/RW) -guitar instrumental
                   - The Stumble (Freddie King/Sonny Thompson) -guitar instrumental
                   - reggae instrumental (Toots Hibbert?) -RW on guitar
                   - Outlaws (RW/Jim Ford) -RW on guitar and vocals
                   + RW answers questions from the audience
                   Musician: RW (voc, gtr, harm, pedal steel, bass)

830100B  mid-January: Los Angeles. MJ works one week on the fairy tale ‘The Nightingale’
                   (55 min.) for Showtime Cable TV. Director: Ivan Passer.
                   Starring: MJ (as Chinese Emperor), Jerry Hall (Pansy), Edward James Olmos,
                                   Barbara Hershey, Bud Cort and Anjelica Huston
                   Note: Aired on the 14th May (with repeats on the 18th, 20th, 22nd, 24th & 30th May).
                             Released on video (CBS-Fox 6392; -US) in 1984.

830118A  18th January: New York, Loew’s Astor Theater. First private screening of the movie
                    ‘Let’s Spend The Night Together’.
                    Differences to ‘Rocks Off’ (see 820813A):
                     - Neighbours (MJ/KR) -includes backstage footage
                     - Time Is On My Side (Jerry Ragavoy/Jimmy Norman) -with history-footage
                     - She’s So Cold (MJ/KR)
                    Note: The movie lacks ‘When The Whip Comes Down’.

830118B  18th January: US TV (CBS) ‘Entertainment This Week’
                    - interview with MJ, KR and RW (entering Loew’s Astor Theater, NYC)
                    Note: Telecast on a later date.

830118C  18th January: New York City, Tavern On The Green. Promo-party for the
                     upcoming movie ‘Let’s Spend The Night Together’ (without BW).

830118D  18th January onwards: BILL WYMAN. Probably Cookham, England, The Sol.
                    Producer: BW. BW works on the soundtrack for his movie ‘Digital Dreams’.

830121A  21st & 23rd January: US radio (Source FM) ‘The Munich Tapes’ (110 min.), incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Danny Somach (Munich 10.6.82)
                    - interview with BW by Danny Somach (Munich 10.6.82)
                    - interview with (promoter) Bill Graham by Danny Somach
                    - interview with KR by Danny Somach (Munich 10.6.82)
                    - interview with RW by Danny Somach (Munich 10.6.82)

830100C  January: US radio (D.I.R.) ‘Let’s Spend The Night Together’. Host: Kris
                    Eric Stevens. Incl.
                    - interview with KR (at his flat in Paris)
                    - interview with BW & CW (at Rolling Stones Office in London)
                    - interview with MJ (in Paris)
                    - interview with RW (at his flat in New York City)

830127A  27th January: New York, KR’s hotel room. KR (p), RW (gtr), Tina Turner (voc),
                   David Bowie, Steve Forbert and John McEnroe jam together.

830130A  30th January - 10th February and 15th February - mid-March: Boulogne
                   Billancourt (near Paris), France, Pathé-Marconi Studios. Producers: The
                   Glimmer Twins & Chris Kimsey. Sound engineer: Chris Kimsey. Incl.
                   - Big Truff ( ) -unconfirmed
                   - Feel On Baby I (MJ/KR) -unverified, with KR on vocals
                   - I'm A Little Mixed Up I (Betty James/Edward Johnson) -instrumental
                   - I'm A Little Mixed Up II (Betty James/Edward Johnson) -with (partly improvised)
                        vocals
                   - Undercover Of The Night I (MJ/KR) -unverified

830200A  February: Belgian TV (RTBF) ‘Cineclip’, incl.
                   - footage from Brussels 27.3.66

830211A  11th February: New York, Loew’s East 66th Street Theater.
                    US premiere of the movie ‘Let’s Spend The Night Together’.

830211B  11th February: US TV (NBC). Report on the premiere of the ‘Let’s Spend The
                    Night Together’-movie.
                    - interview with MJ
                    - interview with RW

830220A  20th February: Swedish cassette magazine ‘Soundtrack #1’. Incl.
                   - interview with BW

830312A  12th March: An interview with all five Stones by Paul Gambaccini.

830313A  13th March: US TV (MTV).
                    - interview with MJ
                    - interview with KR
                    - interview with BW
                    - interview with RW

830316A  16th March: New York. Hell’s Angels-press conference about the reported
                    death threat against MJ.

830316B  16th March: US radio (D.I.R.) ‘Supergroups - The Rolling Stones  81’.
                    Live recordings from the US tour 1981 (see 820816A).

830323A  23rd March: Dutch TV (TROS) ‘Beelband’, incl.
                    - interview with BJ (Amsterdam, March 1966)
                    - arrival of the Stones on Shiphol-airport on 26th March 1966

830324A  24th March: London, Classic’s Circuit. British premiere of the movie
                    ‘Let’s Spend The Night Together’.

830300A  March: UK TV (BBC) ‘RPM’. incl.
                   - footage from the ‘3rd Pop Festival’ 1964 in Warminster
                   - Let’s Spend The Night Together (MJ/KR) -from LSTNT-movie

830325A  25th March: ROCKET 88. London, 100 Club
                   Line-up: STU (p)/CW (dr)/Roger Sutton (voc, bass)/Jimmy Roche (gtr)/Willie
                                  Garnett (sax)/Mike Hogh (tb)/Jon Picard (tb)/Olaf Vas (tp)/Don Weller (sax)
                   Note: The band was advertised as Ian Stewart Band.

830326A  26th March: US radio (RKO Productions) ‘Royalty Of Rock’. Incl.
                    - interview with Little Richard
                    - interview with MJ
                    - interview with KR
                    - interview with one of the Beach Boys
                    - interview with Marshall Chess

830400A  April: THE BLUES BAND.
                   LP ‘Bye Bye Blues’ (Arista 205 256). Producer: The Blues Band?
                   Recorded live in London, The Venue on the 18.12.82. With STU on piano on:
                   - Come On In (Lou Stonebridge/Tom McGuiness/Paul Jones)
                   - Don’t Lie To Me (Chuck Berry)
                   - Nadine (Chuck Berry)
                   - Big Boss Man (Luther Dixon/Al Smith)
                   Note: For all other info see 821218A.

830401A  1st April: US radio (D.I.R.) ‘The Inside Track’, incl.
                    - interview with KR by Lisa Robinson

830401B  1st April: UK TV (TV-am) ‘Good Morning Britain’.
                    - interview with BW
                    - Let’s Spend The Night Together (MJ/KR) -from LSTNT-movie

830400B  late April: ALEXIS KORNER AND FRIENDS. Putney, Half Moon Pub.
                   Rehearsals

830428A  28th April: ALEXIS KORNER AND FRIENDS. London, The Marquee, ‘1958-
                  1983 Silver Jubilee’-concert incl.
                   - Bring It On Home To Me (Sam Cooke) -Alexis Korner on vocals
                   - Country Morning (Benny Gallagher/Graham Lyle) -Georgie Fame on vocals
                   - Money Honey (Jesse Stone) -Alexis Korner on vocals
                   - Chopped (John Picard) -instrumental
                   - Hoochie Coochie Man (Willie Dixon) -Alexis Korner on vocals
                   - One Room Country Shack (Mercy Dee Walton) -Alexis Korner on vocals
                   - Lawdy Miss Clawdy (Lloyd Price) -BW on lead vocals
                   - Bright Lights, Big City (Jimmy Reed/Mary Lee Reed) -Georgie Fame on vocals
                   - Lucille (Richard Penniman/Albert Collins) -Geno Washington on vocals
                   - Blue Monday (Antoine Domino/David Batholomew) -Ruby Turner on vocals
                  Line-up: CW (dr)/BW (bass)/Georgie Fame (p)/Alexis Korner (gtr, voc)/
                                 Nico Korner (gtr)/Ruby Turner (voc)/Jaki Graham (bvoc)/
                                 Dick Heckstall-Smith, Willie Garnett & John Picard (horns)
                  Note: The show was broadcast through UK radio (BBC) ‘In Concert’ on 9.7.83.
                             Bring It On Home To Me and Money Honey were released officially on
                             the CD Alexis Korner ‘The BBC Sessions’ in 1994 (see 941100A).

830429A  29th April: ALEXIS KORNER AND FRIENDS. London, The Marquee, ‘1958 -
                   1983 Silver Jubilee’-concert.
                    - Timber (John Picard) -instrumental
                    - How Long, How Long Blues (Leroy Carr) -Ruby Turner on vocals
                    - Hoochie Coochie Man (Willie Dixon) -Alexis Korner on vocals
                    - Willie’s Trick (John Picard) -instrumental
                    [- Mean Fool (Alexis Korner) -Alexis Korner (voc, gtr) only]
                    [- Heavy Hearted Blues (Leonard Feather) -Alexis and Nico Korner only]
                    - Lawdy Miss Clawdy (Lloyd Price) -BW on vocals
                    - I’d Rather Go Blind (Bill Foster/Ellington Jordan) -Ruby Turner on vocals, John
                         Picard on piano
                    - Blue Monday (Antoine Domino/David Bartholomew) -Ruby Turner on vocals
                    - The Clapping Song (Lincoln Chase) -Alexis Korner, Jaki Graham and Ruby
                         Turner on vocals
                    Line-up: CW (dr)/BW (bass)/STU (p; not all songs)/Alexis Korner (gtr,
                                   voc)/Nico Korner (gtr)/Ruby Turner (voc)/Jaki Graham (bvoc)/Mel
                                   Collins, Willie Garnett, John Picard and Ted Bunting (horns)
                     Note: The show was recorded for UK TV (Sky Channel) and shown on
                                the 7th October 1983. Released on DVD in April 2002.

830430A  30th April: UK TV (TV-am) ‘Good Morning Britain’.
                    - interview with Harold Pendleton
                    - interview with Gino Washington
                    - interview with BW
                    - interview with Alexis Korner
                    + footage from the Marquee-gig

830505A  5th May: UK TV (BBC) ‘Top Of The Pops’, 1000th show, incl.
                    - Brown Sugar (MJ/KR) -TOTP 15.4.71
                    - Get Off Of My Cloud (MJ/KR) -TOTP 19.10.65

830511A  11th May: US radio (D.I.R.) ‘20th Anniversary Special’. Host: Ron Ross.
                    (360 min.) incl.
                    - interview with MJ
                    - interview with BW
                    - interview with KR
                    - interview with CW

830514A  14th May: US radio (D.I.R.) ‘5th Annual Rock Radio Awards’. Host: RW.
                    - RW gets award by Billy Idol (Rolling Stones = ‘Favourite Concert Act’)
                    - interview with RW by Lisa Robinson

830500A  early May - 9th May & mid May: New York, The Hit Factory & early June:
                   Nassau, Bahamas, Compass Point Studios. Producer: The Glimmer Twins
                   & Chris Kimsey. Sound engineer: Chris Kimsey. MJ, RW and KR (the latter
                   from the last week of May onwards; probably only MJ was present in Nassau)
                   are mixing and do overdubs for the upcoming album Undercover.
                   Additional musicians: Chuck Leavell (keyb)/Sly Dunbar (perc)/Robbie
                   Shakespeare (bass)/The Sugarhill Horn Section CHOPS (horns). Incl.
                   - Dog Shit (MJ/KR) -unverified
                   - Pretty Beat Up III (MJ/KR/RW) -with full brass-arrangement; unverified
                   - Too Much Blood III (MJ/KR) -early version with horns
                   - Undercover Of The Night II (MJ/KR) -percussion-track with guitar at end
                   - Undercover Of The Night III (MJ/KR) -percussion and guitar-track
                   - Undercover Of The Night IV (MJ/KR) -early version with drums-intro
                   - Undercover Of The Night V (MJ/KR) -early version with guitar-intro
                   - Undercover Of The Night VI (MJ/KR) -unverified, incl. ‘Jagger-rap’

830600A  June: BILL WYMAN. Vence, France (BW’s house) and Hungerford, England
                    (Frontier City): Shootings for the movie ‘Digital Dreams’. Director: Robert Dornhelm.
                    Starring: BW, CW, James Coburn, Stephen Wyman, Astrid Lundstrom, Shirley Watts,
                    Terry Taylor. Music by BW & Mike Batt, performed by The London Symphony
                    Orchestra (conducted by Mike Batt)

830616A  16th June: Brazilian TV (TV Manchete) ‘Conexao internacional’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Caetano Veloso & Roberto Dávila (in New York City)

830618A  18th June: Japanese TV (Fuji) ‘All Night’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ (in New York City)

830618B 18th June: French TV (A2) 'Spectacles', incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Lorraine Bracco

830621A  21st June: French TV ( ) ‘Modeste Musique’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ (about French fashion)

830600B  late June - 1st August (with breaks): New York City, The Hit Factory.
                  Producers: The Glimmer Twins & Chris Kimsey. Sound engineer: Chris
                  Kimsey. Additional musicians: David Sanborn (sax)/Moustapha Cisse
                  (perc)/Brahms Coundoul (perc)/Martin Ditcham (perc). Final mixing and 
                  overdubbing for the upcoming album Undercover. Incl.
                  - All The Way Down II (MJ/KR) -’Undercover’-version
                  - Feel On Baby II (MJ/KR) -12" instrumental dub-version
                  - Feel On Baby III (MJ/KR) -’Undercover’-version
                  - I Think I’m Going Mad IV (MJ/KR) -7" & 12"-version
                  - It Must Be Hell III (MJ/KR) -’Undercover’-version
                  - Pretty Beat Up IV (MJ/KR/RW) -’Undercover’-version
                  - She Was Hot III (MJ/KR) -promovideo version, different intro, one more verse
                  - She Was Hot IV (MJ/KR) -’Undercover’-version
                  - She Was Hot V (MJ/KR) -promo-single edit
                  - She Was Hot VI (MJ/KR) -long version with lots of keyboards at the end,
                      maybe intended for a 12"-release; leaked to and aired from US radio station
                  - Tie You Up III (MJ/KR) -’Undercover’-version
                  - Too Much Blood IV (MJ/KR) -’Undercover’-version
                  - Too Much Blood V (MJ/KR) -promofilm-version
                  - Too Much Blood VI (MJ/KR) -long vocal/dance-version *
                  - Too Much Blood VII (MJ/KR) -short vocal/dance-version *
                  - Too Much Blood VIII (MJ/KR) -vocal/dub-version *
                  - Too Tough II (MJ/KR) -’Undercover’-version
                  - Undercover Of The Night VII (MJ/KR) -different mix; leaked to and aired from
                       US radio station
                  - Undercover Of The Night VIII (MJ/KR) -’Undercover’-version
                  - Undercover Of The Night IX (MJ/KR) -edited version of US-promo 7"
                  - Undercover Of The Night X (MJ/KR) -12-version ‘Extended Cheeky-Mix’
                  - Wanna Hold You V (MJ/KR) - ‘Undercover’ CD & cassette-version
                  - Wanna Hold You VI (MJ/KR) -edited ‘Undercover’ LP-version
                  Note: The songs marked with a star were remixed by Arthur Baker, most
                             probably on a later date (in 1984).

830716A  16th July: JERRY LEE LEWIS. US TV (MCA) ‘Salute!’, Los Angeles.
                    Host: Dick Clark.
                    - interview with KR, Jerry Lee Lewis and Mick Fleetwood
                    - Your Cheatin’ Heart (Hank Williams)
                    - Little Queenie (Chuck Berry)
                    - High School Confidential (Jerry Lee Lewis/Ron Hargrave) -Gary Busey on lead vocals
                    - Whole Lotta Shakin’ Going On (Dave Williams/Sonny David) & reprise
                    Note: Telecast on the 25th September.
                    Line-up: KR (gtr, voc)/Jerry Lee Lewis (voc, p)/Mick Fleetwood (dr)/and others

830725A  25th July: ROCKET 88. London, Half Moon Pub Putney
                   - Flying Home (Benny Goodman/Lionel Hampton/Sid Robin)
                   - Bloodshot Eyes (Hank Penny/Ruth Hall/Wynonie Harris)
                   - It Ain’t Nobody’s Business (Clarence Williams/Porter Grainger/Everett Robbins)
                   - Kansas City (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller) -instrumental
                   - Let The Four Winds Blow (Antoine Domino/Dave Bartholomew)
                   - Band introduction
                   - Sick And Tired (Chris Kenner/Dave Bartholomew)
                   - Bring It On Home To Me (Sam Cooke)
                   - Kidney Stew (Eddie Vinson/Leona Blackman)
                   - Roll ‘Em Pete (Pete Johnson/Joe Turner)
                   Line-up: STU (p)/Roger Sutton (voc, bass)/Jimmy Roche (gtr)/Clive Thacker
                                  (dr)/Olaf Vass (flute, sax)/Willie Garnett (sax)/Mike Hogh (tb)/Colin
                                  Smith (tp)

830726A  26th July: UK radio (BBC Radio London) ‘Late Night Radio’, incl.
                    - various interviews with MJ (from different years)

830726B  26th July: UK TV (BBC) ‘Breakfast Time’. 7 O’Clock-report: Report from the promo
                   party for Carey Schofield’s MJ-biography from the day before. Incl.
                   - interview with Angharad Rees
                   - interview with Norman Parkinson
                   - interview with Robert Powell
                   - interview with Jonathan King
                   - interview with Mickey Dolenz
                   - Let’s Spend The Night Together (MJ/KR) -Orlando 24.10.81, part only

830726D  26th July: UK TV (BBC) ‘Breakfast Time’. 8 O’Clock-report:
                    - Around And Around (Chuck Berry) -Hull 21.9.64, part only
                    - interview with MJ (1971)
                    - Let’s Spend The Night Together (MJ/KR) -Top Of The Pops 25.1.67
                    - interview with MJ (Orlando 25.10.81)
                    - Under My Thumb (MJ/KR) -Orlando 24.10.81, part only

830812A  12th August: UK radio (BBC).
                    - interview with MJ by Andy Peebles (in Paris)
                    - interview with KR by Andy Peebles (in Paris)
                    - interview with BW by Andy Peebles (in Paris)
                    Note: Broadcast on later dates.

830826A  26th August: Dutch TV (NOS) ‘Countdown . Report on the new CBS-contract.
                   - Let’s Spend The Night Together (MJ/KR) -Rotterdam ‘82

830827A  27th August: UK TV (BBC) ‘Rock Around The Clock’.
                    - interview with BW (London)
                    - BW answers phonecalls for a video-contest

830900A  September: French magazine ‘Vinyl’. Flexi-disc promotion by MJ for the
                    movie ‘Let’s Spend The Night Together’.

830913A  13th - 15th September: Austrian radio (Ö3) ‘Gedanken’ (135 min.). Part 1:
                   13th September (1963 - 1968), part 2: 14th September (1969 - 1974),
                    part 3: 15th September (1975 - 1983). Incl.
                    - interview with MJ
                    - interview with KR
                    - interview with BW
                    - interview with BJ (Australia 1965)
                    - Good Times (Sam Cooke) -Ready, Steady, Go 4.6.65
                    - Cocksucker Blues (MJ/KR)
                    - Midnight Rambler (MJ/KR) -Brussels 17.10.73, 1st show
                    - Angie (MJ/KR) -Brussels 17.10.73, 1st show
                    - All Down The Line (MJ/KR) -Houston 19.7.78

830914A  14th September onwards: ALL STAR BAND. London. Six days of rehearsals.
                    Line-up: see below.

830916A  16th September: ROCKET 88. London, 100 Club. With CW and STU

830920A  20th September: UK TV (YTV) ‘Good Morning Britain’, incl.
                    - interview with BW, Eric Clapton and Ronnie Lane

830920B  20th September: UK TV (BBC) ‘Nationwide’, incl.
                    - interview with Ronnie Lane
                    - footage of the A.R.M.S. All Star Band rehearsing in London

830920C  20th September: ALL STAR BAND. London, Royal Albert Hall, benefit-concert
                    for A.R.M.S. (Action For Research Into Multiple Sclerosis).
                    Eric Clapton-set:
                    - Band introduction
                    - Everybody Oughta Make A Change (John Estes)
                    - Lay Down Sally (Eric Clapton/Marcy Levy/George Terry)
                    - Wonderful Tonight (Eric Clapton)
                    - Ramblin’ On My Mind/Have You Ever Loved A Woman (Robert Johnson)(Billy
                         Myles)
                    - Rita Mae (Eric Clapton)
                    - Cocaine (John J. Cale)
                    - Man Smart, Woman Smarter (Norman Span) -Andy Fairweather-Low on vocals
                    Steve Winwood-set:
                    - Hound Dog (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller)
                    - Doin’ The Best I Can (Doc Pomus/Mort Shuman)
                    - Road Runner (Ellas McDaniel)
                    - Slowdown Sundown (Steve Winwood/Will Jennings)
                    - Take Me To The River (Al Green/Mabon Hodges)
                    - Gimme Some Lovin’ (Steve Winwood/Muff Winwood/Spencer Davis)
                    Encores:
                    - Tulsa Time (Danny Flowers)
                    - Wee Wee Baby (Pete Johnson/Joe Turner)
                    - Layla (Eric Clapton/Jim Gordon)
                    - Bomber’s Moon (Ronnie Lane) -Ronnie Lane on vocals
                    - Goodnight Irene (Huddie Ledbetter/John Lomax) -Ronnie Lane on vocals
                    Line-up: CW (dr)/BW (bass; not on the Winwood tracks)/Eric Clapton (gtr,
                                   voc)/Steve Winwood (org, harm, voc; gtr on  Road Runner, mandolin on
                                   Goodnight Irene)/Kenney Jones (dr)/Andy Fairweather-Low (gtr, voc)/
                                   Chris Stainton (keyb)/Ray Cooper (perc)/Simon Philipps (perc)
                    Additional musicians Winwood-set: Fernando Saunders (bass)/James Hooker (keyb)
                    Additional musicians at the encores: Jimmy Page (gtr)/Jeff Beck (gtr)
                    Note: The whole show was professionally filmed and released on video in
                              Autumn 1984. Soundboard recording was made by Glyn Johns with
                              The Rolling Stones Mobile (sound engineer: Mick McKenna). Also
                              STU had his hand in the production/organization.

830921A  21st September: ALL STAR BAND. London, Royal Albert Hall, benefit-concert for
                   the Prince Of Wales Trust.
                   (Band introduction/Everybody Oughta Make A Change/Lay Down Sally/
                    Ramblin’ On My Mind-Have You Ever Loved A Woman/Rita Mae/
                    Cocaine/Man Smart, Woman Smarter/Doin’ The Best I Can/Road Runner/
                    Slowdown Sundown/Take Me To The River/Gimme Some Lovin’/Tulsa
                    Time/Layla/Goodnight Irene)

830924A  24th September: New York. MJ and KR tape promotional segments for the
                   album ‘Undercover'.

831000A  Autumn: SONS OF HEROES.
                   7" single (MCA 840). Producer: BW. Sound engineer: Stuart Epps.
                   A: Strange Eyes (Terry Taylor/Carmelo Luggeri/Sinfield) -edit version
                   B: Stretched (Terry Taylor/Carmelo Luggeri/Geoff Grange)

831000B  Autumn: SONS OF HEROES.
                   LP ‘The Sons Of Heroes  (Ripple Records MCF 3193). Producer: BW. Sound
                   engineer: Stuart Epps. Recorded in Summer 1983 in Cookham, England, The Sol.
                   A: - Living Outside Your Love (Terry Taylor/Carmelo Luggeri)
                        - Lost In Wonderland (Terry Taylor/Carmelo Luggeri/Geoff Grange)
                        - Don’t Make It So Hard (Terry Taylor/Carmelo Luggeri/Sinfield)
                        - Love Insight (T. Taylor/C. Luggeri/G. Grange) -BW on bass
                        - Hot Kiss (Terry Taylor/Carmelo Luggeri/Geoff Grange)
                   B: - Strange Eyes (Terry Taylor/Carmelo Luggeri/Sinfield)
                        - Dream Machines (Terry Taylor/Carmelo Luggeri/Sinfield)
                        - Start Of The Human Race (T. Taylor/C. Luggeri/G. Grange)
                        - Stretched (Terry Taylor/Carmelo Luggeri/Geoff Grange)
                        - All Broke Up (Terry Taylor/Carmelo Luggeri)
                        Line-up: Terry Taylor (gtr, keyb, voc)/Carmelo Luggeri (gtr, keyb, voc, bass)/
                                       Geoff Grange (voc, harm)
                        Additional musicians: Tony Beard (dr)/Ray Cooper (perc)/Roger Powell (keyb)/
                                                               Patrick Moraz (keyb)

831000C  October: BILL WYMAN.
                   Video ‘Digital Dreams’ (MGM/UA UMV 10622). Producer: BW & Astrid
                    Lundgren. Director: Robert Dornhelm. Music performed by The London
                    Symphony Orchestra (conducted by Mike Batt). Soundtrack produced by BW.
                    - Teardrop Waltz (Terry Taylor/Mike Batt)
                    - Penguin Parade (Patrick Moore)
                    - Love Me (BW/Mike Batt?)
                    - Gone Fishing (BW/Mike Batt?)
                    - Tonight (BW/Mike Batt?)
                    - Nuclear Reactions II (BW)

831000D  October: BILL WYMAN.
                   Promotional soundtrack-LP ‘Digital Dreams  (Ripple Records). Producer: BW.
                   Mixed by Glyn Johns at Turn Up/Down Studios. Music orchestrated and
                   conducted by Mike Batt, performed by The London Symphony Orchestra.
                   - Digital Dreams (main theme)(BW/Mike Batt)
                   - Famous Last Words (BW/Mike Batt)
                   - Western Man I (BW/Mike Batt)
                   - Western Man II (BW/Mike Batt)
                   - Dream Waltz (BW/Mike Batt)
                   - Computercide (BW/Mike Batt)
                   - The Snake (BW/Mike Batt)
                   - Chagall (BW/Mike Batt)
                   - Digital Dreams (reprise)(BW/Mike Batt)
                   - Nuclear Reactions II (BW)
                   + dialogue from the movie

831004A  4th October: Dutch radio ( ), incl.
                    - interview with KR

831004B  4th October: UK radio ( ), incl.
                    - interview with MJ (London, Hotel Savoy)

831007A  7th October: ALEXIS KORNER AND FRIENDS. UK TV ( ) ‘25th Anniversary
                    Of The Marquee’. Telecast of the whole show of 29th April.
                    With BW, CW and STU. Setlist (& line-up) see 830429A.

831018A  18th October: Paris, France, Bain-Douches Club. Shootings for a promo-video.
                    Director: Julien Temple.
                    - Undercover Of The Night (MJ/KR) -promo 1
                    Note: According to rumours the Stones played some live-numbers before, after
                              or in between takes, incl. Beast Of Burden.

831018B  18th October: Paris, France, Bain-Douches Club. Recording of a fan club-single.
                    - interview with KR
                    - interview with CW
                    - interview with RW
                    - interview with BW
                    - interview with MJ

831022A  22nd October: Paris, France, Hotel Warwick.
                    - interview with KR by Alan Bangs (60 min.)

831026A  26th - 30th October: Mexico City & Coyocan, Mexico. Shootings for a promofilm.
                    Director: Julien Temple.
                    - Undercover Of The Night (MJ/KR) -promo 2
                    Starring: MJ (kidnapped elitist)(detective/reporter)/KR (terrorist)

831028A  28th October: UK TV (Channel 4) ‘The Tube’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ

831101A  1st November: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   7“ single (Rolling Stones Records RSR 113). Producers The Glimmer Twins &
                   Chris Kimsey.
                   A: Undercover Of The Night (MJ/KR)
                   B: All The Way Down (MJ/KR)
                   Line-up ‘Undercover’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr)/RW (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)/
                                 Chuck Leavell (keyb)/Sly Dunbar (perc)
                  Line-up: ‘All The Way Down’: MJ (voc, gtr)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/ RW (gtr, bvoc)/
                                 BW (bass)/CW (dr)/Chuck Leavell (el p)

831101B  1st November: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   12“ single (Rolling Stones Records 12 RSR 113). Producers: The Glimmer Twins &
                    Chris Kimsey.
                    A: Undercover Of The Night (MJ/KR) -Extended Cheeky Mix
                    B: Feel On Baby (MJ/KR) -Instrumental Dub
                    Line-up ‘Undercover’: see 831101A.
                    Line-up ‘Feel On Baby’: MJ (voc, harm)/KR (gtr, voc)/ RW (gtr)/CW (dr)/
                                  Chuck Leavell (keyb)/Robbie Shakespeare (bass)/Sly Dunbar (perc)

831101C  1st November: UK radio (BFBS) ‘Nightflight’.
                    - interview with MJ by Alan Bangs (in Paris, Hotel George V.)

831103A  3rd November: German TV (ARD) ‘Jugendabend’.
                    - interview with KR by Alan Bangs (see 831022A)
                    [+ Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR) by German All Star Band]

831107A  7th November: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   LP ‘Undercover’ (Rolling Stones Records CUN 1654361). Producers: The Glimmer
                   Twins & Chris Kimsey.
                   A: - Undercover Of The Night (MJ/KR)
                        - She Was Hot (MJ/KR)
                        - Tie You Up (MJ/KR)
                        - Wanna Hold You (MJ/KR)
                        - Feel On Baby (MJ/KR)
                   B: - Too Much Blood (MJ/KR)
                        - Pretty Beat Up (MJ/KR/RW)
                        - Too Tough (MJ/KR)
                        - All The way Down (MJ/KR)
                        - It Must Be Hell (MJ/KR)
                   Line-up ‘Undercover’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr)/RW (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)/
                                 Chuck Leavell (keyb)/Sly Dunbar (perc)
                   Line-up ‘She Was Hot’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr)/RW (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)/
                                 STU (p)/Chuck Leavell (p)
                   Line-up ‘Tie You Up’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/RW (gtr, bass, bvoc)/CW
                                 (dr)/Chuck Leavell (p)
                   Line-up ‘Wanna Hold You’: KR (voc, gtr)/RW (gtr, bass, bvoc)/CW (dr)
                   Line-up ‘Feel On Baby’: MJ (voc, harm)/KR (gtr, voc)/ RW (gtr)/CW (dr)/
                                 Chuck Leavell (keyb)/Robbie Shakespeare (bass)/Sly Dunbar (perc)
                   Line-up ‘Too Much Blood’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr)/RW (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)/
                                  Chuck Leavell (keyb)/Jim Barber (gtr)/The Sugarhill Horn Section
                                  CHOPS (horns)/Sly Dunbar (perc)
                   Line-up ‘Pretty Beat Up’: MJ (voc, gtr)/KR (bass, bvoc)/RW (gtr, bvoc)/BW
                                 (p)/CW (dr)/STU (org)/David Sanborn (sax)/The Sugarhill Horn
                                  Section CHOPS (horns)
                   Line-up ‘Too Tough’: MJ (voc, gtr)/KR (gtr)/RW (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)/
                                 Chuck Leavell (p)
                   Line-up: ‘All The Way Down’: MJ (voc, gtr)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/ RW (gtr, bvoc)/
                                  BW (bass)/CW (dr)/Chuck Leavell (el p)
                   Line-up ‘It Must Be Hell’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/RW (gtr, bvoc)/BW
                                 (bass)/CW (dr)/Chuck Leavell (p)
                   Note: Lots of percussion was played on the album by BW, STU, Moustapha
                             Cisse, Brahms Coundoul, Martin Ditcham and Sly Dunbar.

831107B  7th November: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   Cassette ‘Undercover’ (Rolling Stones Records 1C 264-1654364). Producers:
                   The Glimmer Twins & Chris Kimsey. Incl.
                    - Wanna Hold You (MJ/KR) -long version 

831107C  7th November: UK TV (BBC1) ‘60 Minutes’. Incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Sally Magnusson (Paris, hotel room)
                    - Under My Thumb (MJ/KR) -Orlando 24.10.81, part only
                    - Around And Around (Chuck Berry) -Hull 21.9.64, part only

831107D  7th November: US TV (CBS) ‘Morning News’, incl.
                    - interview with BW

831109A  9th November: New York, Madison Square Garden. Press conference.
                    Bill Graham announces the A.R.M.S.-tour

831100A  November: Norwegian TV ( ), incl.
                    - interview with BW (about Undercover)

831100B  November: Release of the video ‘Ready Steady Go! Vol. 1’ (PMI TVE 901959 2). Incl.
                   - Under My Thumb (MJ/KR) -RSG 27.5.66
                   - Paint It Black (MJ/KR) -RSG 27.5.66

831111A  11th November: UK TV (BBC) ‘Breakfast Time’, incl.
                    - interview with BW
                    - BW doing aerobics (!)

831111B  11th November: UK TV (Channel 4) ‘The Tube’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ & Julien Temple (London) by Muriel Gray
                    - Not Fade Away (Norman Petty/Charles Holley) -TOTP 22.2.64

831111C  11th November: Dutch TV (AVRO) ‘Top Pop’, incl.
                    - Undercover Of The Night (MJ/KR) -selfmade promo by AVRO TV

831111D  11th November: US TV (CBS) ‘News Nightwatch’, incl.
                    - interview with BW

831112A  12th November: UK FM (BBC1) ‘The Rolling Stones Uncovered Or Tea With
                    The Glimmer Twins’. Host: Andy Peebles. Stones-special (150 min.), incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Andy Peebles (London, Savoy Hotel)
                    - interview with KR by Andy Peebles (Paris, probably Ritz Hotel)
                    - interview with BW by Andy Peebles (London, BBC Broadcasting House)

831114A  14th November: Swedish TV (SVT1) ‘Mandagsborsen’. Incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Jonas Hallberg (Paris, 10/83)

831118A  18th November: Dutch TV (AVRO) ‘Top Pop’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ & Julien Temple (London)

831118B  18th November: UK TV (Channel 4) ‘The Tube’. Incl.
                    - Time Is On My Side (Jerry Ragavoy/Jimmy Norman) -TAMI Show 29.10.64,
                         part only
                    - interview with MJ by Jools Holland (1983)
                    - It’s All Over Now (Bobby and Shirley Womack) -TAMI Show 29.10.64, part only
                    - interview with MJ by Michael Parkinson (11.3.65)
                    - Off The Hook (MJ/KR) -TAMI Show 29.10.64, part only

831119A  19th & 26th November: Luxemburgian radio (RTL), incl.
                    - interview with MJ (in French) by Dominique Farran (aired in two parts)

831120A  20th November: US radio (NBC/The Source) ‘Mick Jagger - Undercover’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Dan Formanto

831125A  25th - 27th November: ALL STAR BAND. Dallas. Rehearsals for the upcoming
                   A.R.M.S.-tour.

831126A  26th November: Belgian TV (RTBF) ‘Generation 80’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ (in French)

28th November - 9th December: ALL STAR BAND. A.R.M.S. US Tour.
                  Line-up: BW (bass)/CW (dr)/Eric Clapton (gtr, voc)/Andy Fairweather-Low (gtr,
                                 voc)/Chris Stainton (keyb)/James Hooker (keyb)/Ray Cooper (perc)/
                                 Kenney Jones (dr)
                  Additional musicians: STU (p) -some tracks
                                                        Joe Cocker (voc) -Joe Cocker-set onwards
                                                        Jan Hammer (keyb) -Joe Cocker-set
                                                        Jimmy Page (gtr), Jeff Beck (gtr) -encores only
                                                        Ronnie Lane (voc) -last one or two songs

831128A  28th November: ALL STAR BAND. Dallas, Texas, Reunion Arena
                    - Band introduction
                    Clapton-set:
                    - Everybody Oughta Make A Change (John Estes)
                    - Lay Down Sally (Eric Clapton/Marcy Levy/George Terry)
                    - Wonderful Tonight (Eric Clapton)
                    - Rita Mae (Eric Clapton)
                    - Sad Sad Day/Have You Ever Loved A Woman/Ramblin’ On My Mind
                         (McKinley Morganfield)(Billy Myles)(Robert Johnson)
                    - Cocaine (John J. Cale)
                    - Man Smart, Woman Smarter (Norman Span) -Andy Fairweather-Low on
                         vocals
                    Cocker-set:
                    - Don’t Talk To Me (Mickey Jupp)
                    - Watching The River Flow (Bob Dylan)
                    - Worried Life Blues (John Estes/Major Merriweather)
                    - You Are So Beautiful (Billy Preston/Bruce Fisher)
                    - Seven Days (Bob Dylan)
                    - Feelin’ Alright (Dave Mason)
                    Encores:
                    - Layla (Eric Clapton/Jim Gordon)
                    - With A Little Help From My Friends (John Lennon/Paul McCartney)
                    - Goodnight Irene (Huddie Ledbetter/John Lomax)
                    Note: A soundboard tape is reported to exist.

831128B  28th November: US TV ( ). Report on A.R.M.S. Dallas-gig, incl.
                   - Feelin’ Alright (Dave Mason) -Dallas 28.11.83, part only

831128C  28th or 29th November: Dallas, Texas, Tango Club
                    BW, Eric Clapton and Lonnie Mack jam together.

831129A  29th November: ALL STAR BAND. Dallas, Texas, Reunion Arena
                   (Band introduction/Everybody Oughta Make A Change/Lay Down Sally/
                    Wonderful Tonight/Rita Mae/Sad Sad Day-Ramblin’ On My Mind-Have
                    You Ever Loved A Woman/Cocaine/Don’t Talk To Me/Watching The
                     River Flow/Worried Life Blues/You Are So Beautiful/Seven Days/
                     Feelin’ Alright/Layla/With A Little Help From My Friends/Goodnight Irene)
                   Note: A soundboard tape is reported to exist.

831200A  December: US TV (MTV) ‘Uncovered’. Report on the making of the
                   ‘Undercover Of The Night’-video, incl.
                    - interview with MJ by J.J. Jackson (Mexico City 10/83)
                    - interview with KR by J. J. Jackson (Mexico City 10/83)
                    - interview with Julien Temple by J.J. Jackson (Mexico City 10/83)

831201A  1st December: ALL STAR BAND. San Francisco, California, Cow Palace
                    (Band introduction/Everybody Oughta Make A Change/Lay Down Sally/
                     Wonderful Tonight/Rita Mae/Sad Sad Day-Have You Ever Loved A
                     WomanRamblin’ On My Mind/Cocaine/Don’t Talk To Me/Watching
                     The River Flow/Worried Life Blues/You Are So Beautiful/Feelin’ Alright/
                     Seven Days/ Layla/With A Little Help From My Friends/Goodnight Irene)
                    Note: Soundboard recording was made by Glyn Johns

831202A  2nd December: ALL STAR BAND. San Francisco, California, Cow Palace
                   (Band introduction/Everybody Oughta Make A Change/Lay Down Sally/
                    Wonderful Tonight/Rita Mae/Sad Sad Day-Ramblin’ On My Mind-Have
                    You Ever Loved A Woman/Cocaine/Don’t Talk To Me/Watching The
                    River Flow/Worried Life Blues/You Are So Beautiful/Seven Days/Feelin’
                    Alright/Layla/With A Little Help From My Friends/Goodnight Irene)
                   Note: Soundboard recording was made by Glyn Johns.

831203A  3rd December: UK radio (BBC1), incl.
                    - interview with BW and Christopher Timothy (actor) by Annie Nightingale

831203B  3rd December: ALL STAR BAND. San Francisco, California, Cow Palace
                   (Band introduction/Everybody Oughta Make A Change/Lay Down Sally/
                    Wonderful Tonight/Rita Mae/Sad Sad Day-Ramblin’ On My Mind-Have
                    You Ever Loved A Woman/Cocaine/Don’t Talk To Me/Watching The
                    River Flow/Worried Life Blues/You Are So Beautiful/Seven Days/Feelin’
                    Alright/Layla/With A Little Help From My Friends/Goodnight Irene)
                   Note: A video of the whole show exists. Soundboard recording was made by
                             Glyn Johns.

831204A  4th December: US TV (TGI4), San Francisco. Report on San Francisco-gig, incl.
                   - interview with Ronnie Lane
                   - interview with Bill Graham
                   - interview with BW

831205A  5th December: ALL STAR BAND. Los Angeles, California, Forum
                   (Band introduction/Everybody Oughta Make A Change/Lay Down Sally/
                    Wonderful Tonight/Rita Mae/Sad Sad Day-Have You Ever Loved A Woman-
                    Ramblin’ On My Mind/Cocaine/Don’t Talk To Me/Watching The River Flow/
                    Worried Life Blues/You Are So Beautiful/Seven Days/Feelin’ Alright/Layla/
                    With A Little Help From My Friends/April Fool/Goodnight Irene)

831205B  5th December: US TV (Channel 7) ‘Eyewitness News’, A.R.M.S. L.A.-report, incl.
                    - Everybody Oughta Make A Change (John Estes) - L.A. 5.12.83, part only
                    - Lay Down Sally (E. Clapton/M. Levy/G. Terry) - L.A. 5.12.83, part only

831200B  December: US TV (Channel 2), newscast, A.R.M.S. L.A.-report, incl.
                   - With A Little Help From My Friends (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) -L.A. 5.12.83,
                        part only

831206A  6th December: ALL STAR BAND. Los Angeles, California, Forum, incl.
                   (Rita Mae/Sad Sad Day-Have You Ever Loved A Woman-Ramblin’ On
                    My Mind/Cocaine/Don’t Talk To Me/Watching The River Flow/Worried
                    Life Blues/You Are So Beautiful/Seven Days/Feelin’ Airight/Layla/With
                    A Little Help From My Friends/April Fool/Goodnight Irene)

831206B  6th December: Swiss TV (SRG) ‘Ten O’Clock Rock’. Incl.
                    - interview with Felix Aeppli (about his book ‘Heart Of Stone’)
                    - Stones arrival in Zurich, Switzerland 14.4.67

831208A  8th December: ALL STAR BAND. New York City, Madison Square Garden
                   - Band introduction
                   Clapton-set:
                    - Everybody Oughta Make A Change (John Estes)
                    - Lay Down Sally (Eric Clapton/Marcy Levy/George Terry)
                    - Wonderful Tonight (Eric Clapton)
                    - Rita Mae (Eric Clapton)
                    - That’s All Right/Have You Ever Loved A Woman/Ramblin’ On My Mind (Jimmy
                         Rogers)(Billy Myles)(Robert Johnson)
                    - Cocaine (John J. Cale) -with RW on guitar
                    Cocker-set:
                     - Don’t Talk To Me (Mickey Jupp)
                     - Watching The River Flow (Bob Dylan)
                     - Worried Life Blues (John Estes/Major Merriweather)
                     - You Are So Beautiful (Billy Preston/Bruce Fisher)
                     - Seven Days (Bob Dylan) -with RW on guitar
                     - Feelin’ Alright (Dave Mason) -with RW on guitar
                    Jimmy Page/Paul Rodgers-set:
                     - Boogie Mama (Paul Rodgers) -with STU on piano
                     Encores:
                     - Layla (Eric Clapton/Jim Gordon) -with RW on guitar
                     - With A Little Help From My Friends (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) -with RW on
                          guitar
                     - April Fool (Ronnie Lane) -with RW on guitar
                     - Goodnight Irene (Huddie Ledbetter/John Lomax) -with RW on guitar and
                          backing vocals
                     Note: At least parts of the show were professionally filmed.

831209A  9th December: US TV (Channel 4), incl.
                    - interview with MJ

831209B  9th December: ALL STAR BAND. New York City, Madison Square Garden
                   (Band introduction/Everybody Oughta Make A Change/Lay Down Sally/
                    Wonderful Tonight/Rita Mae/Sad Sad Day-Have You Ever Loved A
                    Woman/Ramblin’ On My Mind/Cocaine/Don’t Talk To Me/Watching
                    The River Flow/Worried Life Blues/You Are So Beautiful/Seven Days/
                    Feelin’ Alright/Boogie Mama/Layla/With A Little Help From My Friends/
                    April Fool/Goodnight Irene)
                   Note: Guest appearances by RW and STU on the same songs as on the day
                             before (see 831208A). Glyn Johns sings backing vocals on Goodnight
                             Irene. At least parts of the show were professionally filmed.

831212A  12th & 19th December: US radio (Westwood One) ‘Off The Record’.
                    Host: Mary Turner. Re-broadcast?

831214A  14th December: ROCKET 88. Nottingham, England, Vino’s Wine Bar

831216A  16th December: THE ROLLING STONES.
                    4 LP-Box ‘The Rest Of The Best’ (Teldec 6.30125FX, Germany). Incl.
                    - Tell Me Baby (William Broonzy)
                    Line-up: MJ (voc, harm)/KR (gtr)/BJ (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)
                    Note: This outtake from Chess, Chicago 11.6.64 was “mistakenly“ put
                               on the album as ‘Tell Me (2nd Version)’. German Teldec even
                               went further with a second edition of this box-set (see 841200A).

831217A  17th December: Italian TV (RAI) ‘Tam Tam’ “Anche Mick A 40 Anni“.
                    - interview with MJ

831217B  17th December: Swedish radio ( ), incl.
                    - interview with KR

831218A  18th December: KEITH RICHARDS. Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, Finisterra Hotel.
                    KR and Patti Hansen’s wedding. Julien Temple videotapes the event.
                    - Nearness Of You (Hoagy Carmichael/Ned Washington) -KR (voc, gtr)
                         sings to the bride; unverified
                    - Blue Suede Shoes (Carl Perkins) -KR sings to an Elvis Presley-record; unverified

831200C  December: KEITH RICHARDS. Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, hotel room.
                   - Oh Boy (Norman Petty/Bill Tilghman/Sunny West)
                   - So Sad (Don Everly)
                   - Cathy’s Clown (Don and Phil Everly)
                   - I Wonder Who’s Kissing Her Now I (Joseph Howard/Frank Adams/William Hough)
                   - Memphis, Tennessee (Chuck Berry)
                   - Wanna Hold You (MJ/KR)
                   - All Shook Up (Otis Blackwell/Elvis Presley)
                   - Let’s Spend The Night Together (MJ/KR)
                   - Wild Horses (MJ/KR)
                   - Time Is On My Side (Jerry Ragavoy/Jimmy Norman)
                   - All In My Mind (Fred Johnson/Leroy Kirkland/Maxine Brown)
                   - Tutti Frutti (Dorothy La Bostrie/Richard Penniman/Joe Lubin)
                   - Blue Moon (Richard Rodgers/Lorenz Hart)
                   - Sing Me Back Home (Merle Haggard)
                   - You Win Again (Hank Williams)
                   - Born To Lose (Ted Daffan)
                   - Think It Over (Charles Hardin Holley)
                   - It’s So Easy (Charles Hardin Holley/Norman Petty)
                   - Well All Right (Frances Faye/Don Raye/Dan Howell)
                   - Summertime Blues (Eddie Cochran/Jerry Capeheart)
                   - Crying, Waiting, Hoping (Charles Hardin Holley)
                   - That’ll Be The Day (Jerry Allison/Charles Hardin Holley/Norman Petty)
                   - Love Is Strange (Mickey Baker/Ellas McDaniel/Sylvia Robinson)
                   - Learning The Game (Charles Hardin Holley)
                   - Please Please Me (John Lennon/Paul McCartney)
                   - Please Stay (Bob Hilliard/Burt Bacharach)
                   - Sweet Dreams I (Don Gibson)
                   - Apartment Number Nine (Johnny Paycheck/Bobby Austin)
                   - Since You Broke My Heart (Don Everly)
                   - She Even Woke Me Up To Say Goodbye (Mickey Newbury/Doug Gilmore)
                   - Careless Ethiopians (Toots Hibbert) -re-started
                   - Let It Be Me (Mann Curtis/Gilbert Becaud/Pierre Delanoe)
                   - Heartbeat (Bob Montgomery/Norman Petty)
                   - Donna (Richie Valens)
                   - I Got Stripes (Johnny Cash/Charlie Williams)
                   - If You See Her, Say Hello (Bob Dylan)
                   - Can’t Take A Joke ( ) -probably improvisation
                   - Granada (Augustin Lara/Dorothy Dodd) -instrumental
                   - Sweet Dreams II (Don Gibson)
                   - Never On Sunday I (Manos Hadjidakis/Billy Towne) -instrumental
                   - 32-20 Blues (Robert Johnson)
                   - Devoted To You (Boudleaux Bryant)
                   - I Wonder Who’s Kissing Her Now II (Joseph Howard/Frank Adams/William Hough)
                   - Try A Little Tenderness (Harry Woods/James Campbell/Reginald Conelly)
                   - Flamenco improvisation
                   - Problems (Felice and Boudleaux Bryant)
                   - Brand New Heartache (Felipe and Boudleaux Bryant)
                   - Beast Of Burden (MJ/KR)
                   - No Expectations (MJ/KR)
                   - Never On Sunday II (Manos Hadjidakis/Billy Towne) -instrumental
                   - Wishing (Charles Hardin Holley/Bobby Montgomery)
                   Musicians: KR (gtr, voc)/Stroker (bvoc; some songs)

831200D  late December: Swedish radio ( ), incl.
                   - interview with KR
                   Note: Different to 831217B.

830000B  1983: THE DE LUXE BLUES BAND.
                   LP ‘Urban De Luxe’ (Appaloosa AP 040). Producer: STU. Sound engineer: Mick
                   McKenna. With STU (p) on ‘The Stumble’ and CW (dr) on all tracks. Recorded in
                   January 1983 in London, at Shepperton Sound Stage.
                   A: - Worried Life Blues (John Estes/Major Merriweather)
                        - Roll ‘Em Pete (Pete Johnson/Joe Turner)
                        - Promised Land (Chuck Berry)
                        - Sweet Little Angel (Hudson Whittaker)
                        - The Stumble (Freddie King/Sonny Thompson) -STU on piano
                   B: - Cadillac Boogie (Joe Liggins)
                        - Knocking At Your Door (Sax Kari)
                        - Did You Ever Love A Woman (Rev. Arnold Dwight Moore)
                        - Wait Baby (Johnny Jones)
                        - It Wasn’t Me (Chuck Berry)
                        Line-up: CW (dr)/Danny Adler (gtr, voc)/Bob Brunning (bass)/Bob Hall (p)/
                                       George Green (p)
                        Note: CW is credited as Carlo Kilowatts!

830000C  1983: JOHN LENNON. Compiling of a promovideo, incl. footage of MJ.
                     - Nobody Told Me (John Lennon)
                     Note: Outtakes from Rock’n Roll Circus-movie 12.68.

830000D  1983: CHRIS FARLOWE.
                    Double-LP ‘Hot Property’ (Line Music OLDLP 8019 DX, -Germany).                  
                    Producer: MJ. Incl. a rare version of
                     - Yesterday's Papers II (MJ/KR) -with MJ on backing vocals
                     Note: Recorded in 1967. For more info see 670505A.

830000E  1983: BLACK UHURU.
                   LP ‘Guess Who's Coming To Dinner’ (Heartbeat HB 18, -US). Producers: Sly
                   Dunbar & Robbie Shakespeare. Additional production: Delroy Witter. Recorded         
                   at Channel One, Kingston, Jamaica, probably in January 1979 (see 790100A). Incl.
                   - Shine Eye (Michael Rose) -7.37-version; under title Shine Eye Gal
                   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)

830000F  1983 (?): BLACK UHURU.
                   7"-single (Taxi Records Oldies TXI 867274/TAX 057, -Jamaica). Producers: Sly
                   Dunbar & Robbie Shakespeare. Additional production: Delroy Witter. Recorded         
                   at Channel One, Kingston, Jamaica, probably in January 1979 (see 790100A).
                   A: Shine Eye (Michael Rose) -3.46-version
                   [B: Plastic Smile (Michael Rose)]
                   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)
                   Note: Also a 3.12 edit of this version exists (source/origin unknown).