1984

840000A  1984: THE DICE.
                    LP ‘Dice’ (Polydor 823587-1, Germany). Producer: Chris Kimsey. Incl.
                    - When I Want (Hayden Vialva/Trevor Russell/Gary Lima)
                    Line-up: Hayden Vialva (dr, perc, voc)/Trevor Russell (bass, voc)/Gary Lima (gtr, voc)
                    Note: MJ is credited for inspirational dancing, seems to be nothing more than a joke,
                              but with Chris Kimsey producing, who knows?

840000B  1984: GARY HOLTON & CASINO STEEL.
                    LP ‘No 4’ (Polydor 817 640). With cover artwork by RW (done in  December 1983).

840100A  early 1984: GUIDO TOFFOLETTI. London, Scarf Studios. Producer: Moon Record
                   and Guido Toffoletti. Sound engineer: Nigel Palmer.
                   Backing tracks were recorded in Vicence, Italy, Nova Studio. Incl.
                   - Let Me Hold You Tight I (Guido Toffoletti) -MT on guitar; ‘No Compromise’-version
                   - Let Me Hold You Tight II (Guido Toffoletti) -MT on guitar; ‘Ways Back’-version
                   - Route 66 (Bobby Troup)
                   - The Same Old Story (Guido Toffoletti)
                   - Try Just One More Time (Guido Toffoletti)
                   - You Know The Reason Why (Guido Toffoletti)
                   Line-up: STU (p)/Guido Toffoletti (voc, gtr)/Massimo Fantinelli (bass)/Massimo
                                  Iannantuono (dr)/Zoot Money (org )/Dick Heckstall-Smith (horns)/
                                  Sappho Korner (voc)

840000B  probably early 1984: UK TV (Thames Television) ‘Reporting London’, incl.
                   - interview with BW by Jackie Spreckley (Cookham or London, ca. July 1983)

840100B  early 1984: US TV (USA Network ATV) ‘Radio 1990’. Host: Lisa Robinson.
                   - interview with BW

840100C  January: Release of the video ‘Cool Cats’ (MGM/UA UMV 10317), incl.
                    - Not Fade Away (Norman Petty/Charles Hardin Holley) -NME Pollwinners
                         Concert, London 26.4.64, part only

840105A  5th January: UK TV (BBC) ‘Top Of The Pops’, "20th Anniversary Show". Incl.
                    - Let’s Spend The Night Together (MJ/KR) -TOTP 25.1.67

840107A  7th January: US TV (MTV). Short clip of KR & RW rehearsing for a MTV trailer.

840111A  11th January: German TV (ARD) ‘Rock Around Wagner’, incl.
                    - MJ party-talk with Peter Hofmann and Leonard Bernstein (in NYC, 1983)

840113A  13th January: US TV (MTV) 'The News That Rocked '83', incl.
                    - interview with CW (London, September 1983, at A.R.M.S.-rehearsals)
                    - interview with BW (London, September 1983, at A.R.M.S.-rehearsals)

840115A  15th & 16th January: BETTE MIDLER. New York City, Peppermint  Lounge.
                    Shooting of a promofilm with MJ. Director: Allan Arkush.
                    - Beast Of Burden (MJ/KR)

840118A  18th - 21st and 23rd January: Mexico City, Churubusco Studios (and other sets).
                    Shooting of a promofilm. Director: Julien Temple. Starring: The Rolling Stones,
                    Anita Morris, Jo Howard.
                    - She Was Hot (MJ/KR)

840124A  24th January: near Mexico City, Mexico. Shooting of a promofilm.
                    Director: Julien Temple.
                  - Too Much Blood (MJ/KR) -version 1
                  - Too Much Blood (MJ/KR) -version 2, edited slighly different to version 1

840124B  24th January: Belgian TV (RTBF) 'Graffiti', incl.
                   - interview with MJ (in French) by Fabienne Vande Meerssche (Paris, 10.83)

840126A  26th January: French radio (Frequence Marseille), incl.
                     - interview with MJ (in French) by Dominique Farran.
                     Note: Same interview as in the RTL-interview of the 19. & 26.11.83.

840130A  30th January: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   7“ single (Rolling Stones Records RSR 114). Producers: The Glimmer Twins
                   & Chris Kimsey.
                   A: She Was Hot (MJ/KR)
                   B: I Think I’m Going Mad (MJ/KR) -previously unreleased
                   Line-up ‘She Was Hot’: see 831107A.
                   Line-up ‘I Think I’m Going Mad’: MJ (voc, p)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/RW (pedal steel)/
                                 BW (bass)/CW (dr)/Mel Collins (sax)

840100C  early 1984: BETTE MIDLER.
                   12"-single (Atlantic 786 955-0, -Germany). Producer Chuck Plotkin.
                    [A: Beast Of Burden (MJ/KR)]
                    B: Beast Of Burden (MJ/KR) -Special Version; with MJ dialogue from promo
                           video (see 840115A)
                    [B: Come Back Jimmy Dean (Bette Midler/Brock Walsh/Jerry Blatt)]

840200A  February: Australian TV (Channel 9) ‘60 Minutes’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Jana Wendt (early 1984, probably New York City)
                    - Satisfaction (MJ/KR) -Bandstand Special 17.2.66, part only
                    Note: Re-broadcast on UK BBC TV on June the 10th, 1985.

840201A  1st February: Japanese radio ( ), incl.
                    - interview with MJ

840203A  3rd & 10th February: US TV (NBC) ‘Friday Night Videos’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ (New York, Marylou’s Seafood Restaurant 5.1.84)
                   - MJ introduces videoclips (filmed at Panavideo Studios 31.01.)
                   Note: Simulcast on KIQQ 100.3FM.

840220A  20th February: US TV (NBC) ‘Supernight Of Rock’n Roll’, incl.
                   - Satisfaction (MJ/KR) -London, Lyceum 14.12.69, part only
                   Note: Also telecast on German NDR TV on December 31, 1984.

840221A  21st February: UK TV (BBC1) ‘The British Rock And Pop Awards’,
                   Lyceum, London, incl.
                   - BW honours the late Alexis Korner

840222A  22nd February: US TV (USA Network ATV) ‘Radio 1990’. Host: Lisa Robinson.
                  - interview with MJ (in New York City)
                  Note: Repeated in two parts on US TV (USA Network ATV) 'Night Flight' on two
                            later (unconfirmed) dates (on a Friday and Saturday).

840223A  23rd February: BUSTER POINDEXTER. New York City, Tramp’s
                    - Take Out Some Insurance (Charles Singleton/Waldense Hall)
                    - Rocket 88 (Pete Johnson)
                   Line-up: KR (gtr)/Buster Poindexter (voc)/Delbert McClinton (harm, some voc)/
                                  Joe Delia (p)/Brian Koonin (bass)/Tony Machine (dr)
                   Note: A private video of both songs exists.

840226A  26th February: Norwegian TV (NRK1) 'Pan', incl.
                   - interview with BW by a female interviewer (in London)
                   Note: Already aired on Swedish TV in November 1983 (see 831100A).

840200B  February or March: US TV (USA Network ATV) ‘Radio 1990’. Host: Lisa
                   Robinson.
                   - interview with KR
                   Note: Aired in a weekly series in four or five parts.

840300A  March: US TV (MTV) ‘Liner Notes’. Report about the making of the
                    Bette Midler-video ‘Beast Of Burden’ (see 840115A), incl.
                    - interview with MJ (Peppermint Longe, New York 15. or 16.1.84)

840300C  March: Belgian TV (RBTF) ‘Image In Magazine’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ (in French)

840318A  18th March: German radio (WDR2) ‘Rock History’. Part 11: Rolling Stones. Incl.
                   - interview with MJ (April 1982)
                   - interview with Alexis Korner (in German)

840318B  18th March: UK TV (LWT) ‘Sunday Sunday’, incl.
                    - interview with BW (probably by Gloria Hunniford)

840318C  18th March: US radio (ABC) ‘Spotlight Special’. Host: Jerry Bishop. Incl.
                     - interview with MJ (answering questions of fans)
                     - interview with KR & RW (answering questions of fans)
                     - interview with BW (answering questions of fans)

840323A  23rd and 30th March: US TV (NBC) ‘Friday Night Videos’, incl.
                    - interview with KR (New York City, JP’s Bar, 17.2.84)
                    - KR introduces videoclips (filmed at Panavideo Studios on the 23.2.84)

840331A  31st March: Long Island, New York.
                    KR and RW play live at the wedding of a close friend (unverified).

840331B  31st March - 15th April: MICK JAGGER. Nassau, Bahamas, Compass
                   Point Studios. Demo-session for his upcoming solo-album ‘She’s The Boss’.
                   Line-up: MJ (voc, gtr)/Carlos Alomar (gtr)/Carmine Rojas (bass)/Willie Wilcox (dr)
                                  and probably others

840403A  3rd April: UK TV (BBC1) ‘The Rock’n Roll Years’ incl.
                    - 19th Nervous Breakdown (MJ/KR) -with stills of The Stones
                    Note: Earlier sequels of this weekly series included:
                               - I Just Wanna Make Love To You (Willie Dixon) -NME 26.4.64, part only
                               - The Last Time (MJ/KR) -TOTP 4.3.65, part only
                               - Stones go to court (peeing-on-wall-incident) -BBC-newscast 7/65
                               Later sequels of this weekly series Included:
                               - Street Fighting Man (MJ/KR) -no Stones, just riot scenes
                               - BJ’s funeral (BBC-footage 7/69)
                               - Sympathy For The Devil (MJ/KR) -with Altamont-stills
                               - Brown Sugar (MJ/KR) -TOTP 15.4.71
                               - Maggie May (Rod Stewart/Martin Quittenton) -TOTP 16.9.71
                     Note: Re-broadcast in Summer 1986.

840404A  4th April: US TV (CBS) ‘News Nightwatch’, incl.
                    - interview with BW (via satellite from London)

840415A  15th April: ROCKET 88. London, incl.
                    - Annie Had A Baby (Henry Glover/Sydney Nathan)
                    - Trouble In Mind (Richard M. Jones)
                    - Don’t You Know (Antoine Domino/Dave Bartholomew)

840416A  16th April: US TV (CBS) ‘Entertainment Tonight’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ (streets of New York City, about the ‘Abkco’-lawsuit)

840422A  22nd April: UK TV (ITV) ‘Clive James Screen Test’, incl.
                   - MJ and Joe Jagger explain rock climbing (from 'Seeing Sports' 1957)

840426A  26th April: US radio (Kris Stevens Enterprises) ‘It's Only Rock'n Roll - The
                   Rolling Stones Radio Special'. Host: Kris Eric Stevens. Incl.
                   - interview with KR
                   - interview with BW
                   - interview with MJ
                   - interview with RW

840427A  27th April: UK TV (BBC1) ‘8 Days A Week’, incl.
                   - interview with BW, Jools Holland & Neil Arthur (in London) by Robin Denselow

840500A  May: London, Museum Of Mankind. MJ and BW film for the upcoming
                   video ‘Video Rewind’ (see 841114A). Director: Julien Temple.

840500B  May: Release of the video ‘Ready Steady Go! Vol. 2’ (PMI MVP 99 1002 2). Incl.
                   - I Got You Babe (Sonny Bono) -playback, 2.9.65
                   - Satisfaction (MJ/KR) -live, 2.9.65

840506A  6th - 10th May: THE JACKSONS. New York City, A & R Studios. Producer: Michael
                   Jackson. Sound engineer: Dave Jerden.
                    - State Of Shock I (Michael Jackson/Randy Hansen) -album-version
                    - State Of Shock II (Michael Jackson/Randy Hansen) -single-edit
                    - State Of Shock III (Michael Jackson/Randy Hansen) -Instrumental
                    - State Of Shock IV (Michael JacksonRandy Hansen) -Special version
                    Line-up: MJ (voc)/Michael Jackson (voc)/Jackie Jackson (bvoc)/Marlon
                                   Jackson (bvoc)/Johnny Ray Nelson (bvoc)/David Williams (gtr, bass)/
                                   Paulinho Da Costa (perc)
                    Note: The instrumental version includes vocal effects of both singers.
                               Rumour of existing outtakes with lyrics by MJ.

840512A  12th May: French TV (A2) 'Les Enfants Du Rock'.
                    Rolling Stones-special (110 min.), incl. Paris'76 and much more.

840515B  mid May - 17th June: MICK JAGGER. Nassau, Bahamas, Compass Point
                   Studios. Producers: MJ & Bill Laswell. Sound engineer: Dave Jerden.
                   Musicians: MJ (voc, gtr, harm)/Jeff Beck (gtr)/Eddie Martinez (gtr)/Nile
                                      Rodgers (gtr)/Bill Laswell (bass, synth)/Robbie Shakespeare
                                      (bass)/Sly Dunbar (dr)/Colin Hodgkinson (bass)/Tom Petersson
                                      (bass)/Will Lee (bass)/Tony Thompson (dr)/Steve Gadd (dr)/
                                      Michael Shrieve (dr; for about 10 days)/Chuck Leavell (keyb)/Jan
                                      Hammer (keyb; 2 weeks)/Richard Tee (keyb)/Wally Badarou (keyb)
                   - Hard Woman I (MJ) -unverified early version
                   - Just Another Night I (MJ) - ‘She’s The Boss’-version
                   - Just Another Night II (MJ) -12" extended mix
                   - Just Another Night III (MJ) -edit of extended version
                   - Just Another Night IV (MJ) -edit of album version
                   - Just Another Night V (MJ) -12" dub-version
                   - Lonely At The Top II (MJ/KR) -unverified early soloversion
                   - Lucky In Love I (MJ/Carlos Alomar) - ‘She’s The Boss’-version
                   - Lucky In Love II (MJ/Carlos Alomar) -7" single version
                   - Lucky In Love III (MJ/Carlos Alomar) -short promo single-version
                   - Lucky In Love IV (MJ/Carlos Alomar) -12" extended version
                   - Lucky In Love V (MJ/Carlos Alomar) -12" dub-version
                   - Lucky In Love VI (MJ/Carlos Alomar) -The Very Best Of Mick Jagger-edit
                   - Running Out Of Luck (MJ) -’She’s The Boss’-version
                   - She’s The Boss (MJ/Carlos Alomar) -’She’s The Boss’-version

                   Note: The various single-mixes were most probably done at later dates.

840515B  mid May: US radio (Westwood One) 'The Rock Chronicles', show #84-20, incl.
                  - interview with MJ

840518A  18th May: ROCKET 88. Newcastle, England, The Playhouse
                    - Worried Life Blues (John Estes/Major Merriweather)
                    - Choo Choo Ch’Boogie (Vaughan Horton/Denver Darling/Milton Gabler)
                    - It Ain’t Nobody’s Business (Clarence Williams/Porter Grainger/Everett Robbins)
                    - Let The Four Winds Blow (Antoine Domino/Dave Bartholomew)
                    - Willie's Trick (John Picard)
                    - Bloodshot Eyes (Hank Penny/Ruth Hall/Wynonie Harris)
                    - The Stumble (Freddie King/Sonny Thompson)
                    - I’m Gonna Move To The Outskirts Of Town (William Weldon/Roy Jacobs/Andy
                         Razaf)
                    - I Hear You Knocking (Dave Batholomew/Pearl King)
                     Line-up: STU (p)/Roger Sutton (voc, bass)/Jimmy Roche (gtr)/Clive Thacker
                                   (dr)/Willie Garnett (sax)/Olaf Vas (sax)/Mike Hogh (tb)/John Picard (tb)
                     Note: Aired live on UK radio (Radio Metro).

840524A  24th May: Austrian radio (Ö3) ‘Teestunde’, incl.
                    - interview with BW

840600A  June: BILL WYMAN.
                   Video ‘Bill Wyman Video EP’ (Ripple/Virgin VVC 046). Incl.
                    - Je Suis Un Rock Star (BW) -promo 1981
                    - What A Blow (BW/Malcolm Rebenack) -promo 1974
                    - A New Fashion (BW/Terry Taylor) -promo 1982
                    - White Lightnin’ (BW) -promo 1974
                    - Come Back Suzanne (BW) -promo 1981
                    - I Wanna Get Me A Gun (BW) -promo 1974
 
840600B  June: UK TV (Sky Channel).
                    - jingle by BW

840601A  1st June: RON WOOD. New York City. RW gets filmed for the upcoming movie
                    ‘9 1/2 Weeks’, playing with Winston Grennan & Black Sage. Director: Adrian Lyne.
                    - Saviour (Winston Grennan) -unverified
                    Note: RW was also filmed as an extra for a party scene, but maybe on another date.

840605A  5th June: ALEXIS LIGHT ORCHESTRA. Nottingham, England, Palais
                   Ballroom.
                   - Bring It On Home To Me (Sam Cooke)
                   - How Long, How Long Blues (Leroy Carr)
                   - Blue Monday (Antoine Domino/Dave Bartholomew)
                   - Band introduction
                   - Stormy Monday (Aaron Thibeaux Walker)
                   - Splanky (Neal Hefti)
                   - Big Boss Man (Luther Dixon/Al Smith)
                   - My Country Man (Leroy Kirkland/Sidney Wyche)
                   - Million Dollar Secret (Helen Humes)
                   - River's Invitation (Percy Mayfield)
                   - Oh Lord, Don’t Let Them Drop That Atomic Bomb On Me (Charles Mingus)                                     
                   - Waiting For The Call (Jack Bruce/Peter Brown)
                   - Got My Mojo Working (Preston Foster)
                   - Everyday I Have The Blues (Peter Chatman)
                   - Hoochie Coochie Man (Willie Dixon)
                   Line-up: CW (dr)/STU (p)/Ruby Turner (voc)/Paul Jones (harm, voc)/
                                  Jimmy Page (gtr)/Jack Bruce (bass)/John Picard (tb)/Willie
                                  Garnett (sax)/Dick Heckstall-Smith (sax)/Don Weller (sax)
                   Note: Tribute to Alexis Korner in benefit for cancer research.
                             Aired on a later date through UK Radio Trend.

840608A  8th June: ROCKET 88. Dublin, Ireland,
                   - Worried Life Blues (John Estes/Major Merriweather)
                   - Early Morning Groove (Terry Smith)
                   - It Ain’t Nobody’s Business (Clarence Williams/Porter Grainger/Everett Robbins)
                   - Bring It On Home To Me (Sam Cooke)
                   - I Hear You Knocking (Dave Batholomew/Pearl King)
                   - Choo Choo Ch’ Boogie (Vaughan Horton/Denver Darling/Milton Gabler)
                   - Danger! Band On The Road (Jimmy Roche/Roger Sutton?)
                   - The Stumble (Freddie King/Sonny Thompson)
                   - Mud In My Back (Jimmy Roche/Roger Sutton)
                   - Flying Home (Benny Goodman/Lionel Hampton/Sid Robin)
                   - When It All Comes Down (Joe Sample/Will Jennings)
                   - Sweet Home Chicago (Robert Johnson)
                   - Let The Four Winds Blow (Antoine Domino/Dave Bartholomew)
                   Line-up: STU (p)/Roger Sutton (voc, bass)/Jimmy Roche (gtr)/Clive Thacker
                                  (dr)/John Picard (tb)/Mike Hogh (tb)/... (sax)

840616A  16th June: UK TV (LWT) ‘Aspel And Company’, London, incl.
                    - interview with BW, Charlotte Rampling and George Segal by Michael Aspel

840628A  28th June: THE JACKSONS.
                   7“ single (Epic A 4431). Producer: Michael Jackson. MJ on vocals on:
                   A: State Of Shock (Michael Jackson/Randy Hansen) -single-edit
                   [B: Your Ways (Jackie Jackson)]
                   Note: For all other info see 840506A.

840628B  28th June: THE JACKSONS.
                   LP ‘Victory’ (Epic A 4431). Producer: Michael Jackson. Incl.
                   - State Of Shock (Michael Jackson/Randy Hansen) -album-version
                   Note: For all other info see 840506A.

840700A  mid-1984: RW films a cameo appearance for the upcoming movie ‘The Wild Life’.
                   Director: Art Linson. Starring: Christopher Penn, Lea Thompson, Eric Stoltz.
                   Note: RW appears in a cameo as ‘Refridgerator Raider’.

840705A  5th July: CHARLIE SEXTON. New York City, The Record Plant. Recording session
                   for the soundtrack of the movie ‘The Wild Life’. Producer: RW. Sound engineer: Thom
                   Panunzio.
                   - It’s Not Easy (MJ/KR)
                   - Gatecrasher (RW) -unconfirmed
                   Line-up ‘It’s Not Easy’: RW (gtr, bvoc)/KR (gtr)/Charlie Sexton (voc, gtr)/
                                  Marcus Miller (bass)/Anton Fig (dr)

840706A  6th July: US radio (CBS) 'Top 30 USA', incl.
                   - interview with MJ

840709C  9th July: US radio (Westwood One) ‘Rock’n Roll Never Forgets Brian Jones’.
                    Host: Mary Turner. (150 min.). Incl.
                    - interview with Lewis Jones (BJ’s father)
                    - interview with Mandy Aftel (BJ’s biographer)
                    - interview with Alexis Korner
                    - interview with KR
                    - interview with STU
                    - interview with BW
                    - interview with Linda Lawrence (BJ’s ex-girlfriend)

840700B  mid- to late July: BOB DYLAN. New York City, Delta Sound Studios.
                   Producer: Bob Dylan.
                   - Clean Cut Kid II (Bob Dylan)
                   - Clean Cut Kid III (Bob Dylan) -’Empire Burlesque’-version
                   - Driftin’ Too Far From Shore I (Bob Dylan)
                   - Driftin’ Too Far From Shore II (Dylan) - Benmont Tench on organ,
                        Carolyn Dennis on backing vocals; ‘Knocked Out Loaded’-version
                   - Firebird (Bob Dylan) -instrumental
                   - Go ‘Way Little Boy (Bob Dylan) -demo for Lone Justice
                   - Who Loves You More (Bob Dylan)
                   - Wolf (Bob Dylan) -instrumental
                   Line-up: RW (gtr)/Bob Dylan (voc, gtr)/John Paris (bass)/Anton Fig (dr)
                   Note: Benmont Tench and Carolyn Dennis did their overdubs in May ‘86 at Skyline
                             Recording Studios, Topanga Canyon, California.

840713A  13th July: THE JACKSONS.
                   12“ single (Epic A 12.4431). Producer: Michael Jackson. MJ on vocals on:
                   A: State Of Shock (Michael Jackson/Randy Hansen) -Special version
                   B: State Of Shock (Michael Jackson/Randy Hansen) -Instrumental
                   Note: For all other info see 840506A.

840700C  July: UK TV (TVS) ‘Coast To Coast’, A.R.M.S. video-release party, incl.
                   - Lay Down Sally (Clapton/Levy/Terry) -London 20.9.83, part only
                   - interview with Ronnie Lane (London, Inn On The Park)
                   - Goodnight Irene (Huddie Ledbetter/John Lomax) -London 20.9.83, part only
                   - interview with Eric Clapton (London, Inn On The Park)
                   - Cocaine (John J. Cale) -London 20.9.83, part only
                   - interview with BW (London, Inn On The Park)
                   - Layla (Eric Clapton/Jim Gordon) -London 20.9.83, part only

840721A  21st July: ROCKET 88. Montreux, Switzerland, Casino, ‘18th Jazz & Blues Festival’
                   - Band introduction
                   - Bring It On Home To Me (Sam Cooke)
                   - Early Morning Groove (Terry Smith )
                   - When It All Comes Down (Joe Sample/Will Jennings)
                   - Sweet Home Chicago (Robert Johnson)
                   - Kidney Stew (Eddie Vinson/Leona Blackman)
                   - Chicago Calling (Cyril Davies)
                     Line-up: STU (p)/Roger Sutton (voc, bass)/Jimmy Roche (gtr)/Clive Thacker (dr)/
                                    Willie Garnett (sax)/Mike Hogh (tb)/John Picard (tb)/Olaf Vas (sax)
                   Note: Broadcast live through Swiss DRS radio.
                             Bring It On Home To Me and Chicago Calling were officially released in
                             2011 (see 110406A & 110400A).

840724A  24th July: BOB DYLAN. New York City, Intergalactic Studios. Producer: Bob Dylan.
                    - Honey Wait (Bob Dylan) -Carolyn Dennis on backing vocals
                    - Mountain Of Love (Harold Dorman) -unverified
                    - We Had It All (Troy Seals/Donny Fritts) -with Al Green on vocals, unverified
                    - unknown ( ) -with Al Green on vocals, unverified
                    + Fear For Your Future (RW/Bernard Fowler) -early version; unverified
                    Line-up: RW (gtr)/Bob Dylan (voc, gtr)/Steve Potts (dr)/members of the Al Green
                                   Band (all other instruments)

840726A  around 26th July: MICK JAGGER. London, unidentified studio. Producer: MJ.
                   Overdubs for the upcoming album ‘She’s The Boss’. Producer: MJ and Bill Laswell.
                   Sound engineer: Dave Jerden. Additional musicians: Pete Townshend (gtr), Bernard
                   Fowler (bvoc) & others
                   - Hard Woman II (MJ) -’She’s The Boss’-version
                   - Lonely At The Top III (MJ/KR) -’Running Out Of Luck’-movie-version
                   - Lonely At The Top IV (MJ/KR) -‘She’s The Boss’-version

840728A  28th July: UK TV (Channel 4) ‘Ear Say’, incl.
                   - interview with BW by Lesley-Ann Jones
                   - Gimme Some Lovin’ (Steve Winwood/Muff Winwood/Spencer Davis) -A.R.M.S.
                         London 20.9.83, part only

840700D  late July: PAUL BUTTERFIELD. Cambridge, England, ‘Folk Festival’, incl.
                   - Mannish Boy (Ellas McDaniel/McKinley Morganfield/Mel London)
                    Line-up: STU (p)/Paul Butterfield (voc, harm)/Arlen Roth (gtr)/
                                   Colin Hodgkinson (bass)/Tony Hicks (dr)
                     Note: At least Mannish Boy was professionally filmed.

840700E  Summer: PAUL BUTTERFIELD. London, England, Dingwalls
                   Line-up: Probably as above.

840700F  Summer: PAUL BUTTERFIELD. London, England, unknown open-air-venue
                   Line-up: Probably as above.
                   Note: Free concert at some park venue.

840800A  August: LONE JUSTICE. New York City, The Power Station. Producer Jimmy
                   Iovine. Sound engineer: Shelly Yakus.
                   - Clean Cut Kid (Bob Dylan) -unconfirmed
                   - Go ‘Way Little Boy I (Bob Dylan) -12"-version (see 850700A)
                   - Go ‘Way Little Boy II (Bob Dylan) -alternate version (see 990100A).
                   Line-up: RW (gtr)/Bob Dylan (gtr, harm)/Maria McKee (voc, harm)/
                                  Ryan Hedgecock (gtr)/Marvin Etzioni (bass, bvoc)/Don Heffington (dr)/
                                  Benmont Tench (keyb)

840800B  August: London, The Marquee. MJ and David Bowie work on videos (unconfirmed).

840800C  August: PETER WOLF.
                   LP ‘Lights Out’ (EMI America EJ 240 185-1). Producer: Michael Jonzun
                   and Peter Wolf. Sound engineer: Ed Stasium. Recorded in spring 1984 in Boston,
                   Syncro Sound. Mixed in New York, Right Track Recording. Incl.
                   - Pretty Lady (Peter Wolf/Michael Jonzun)
                   - Mars Needs Women (Peter Wolf/Michael Jonzun) -unconfirmed
                   Line-up: MJ (bvoc)/Peter Wolf (voc)/Michael Jonzun (keyb, perc, bvoc)/
                                  G.E. Smith (gtr)/Maurice Starr (gtr, bass)/Gordon Worthy (keyb)

840801A  1st August: UK radio (BBC1) ‘Collector’s Choice’, incl.
                    - interview with BW by Richard Skinner

840823A  23rd August - 3rd September:  US radio (NSBA) 'The British Invasion'. Host: Brian
                   Beirne. 24-hour series on the 60's, incl.
                   - interview with MJ
                   - interview with Eric Easton
                   - interview with BJ
                   - interview with KR

840901A  1st September: ROCKET 88. Tegelen, Netherlands, Openluchtheater de Doolhof,
                    'Bluesrock Festival'
                    - Bring It On Home To Me (Sam Cooke)
                    - East St. Louis Blues (Trad.)
                    - The Stumble (Freddie King/Sonny Thompson)
                    - Instrumental ( )
                    - I’m Gonna Move To The Outskirts Of Town (William Weldon/Roy Jacobs/Andy
                         Razaf)
                    - Sweet Home Chicago (Robert Johnson)
                    - Let The Four Winds Blow (Antoine Domino/David Batholomew)
                    - Chicago Calling (Cyril Davies)
                    Line-up: STU (p)/Jimmy Roche (gtr)/Clive Thacker (dr)/Willie Garnett (sax)/
                                   Olaf Vas (sax, flute)/Colin Hodgkinson (bass, voc)/Mike Hogh (tb)
                    Note: The whole show (with exception of the last song) exists on private video.

840906A  6th September: UK TV (ITV) ‘News At Ten’, incl.
                    - footage of BW attending the premiere of the movie ‘The Hit’

840909A  9th September: US TV (MTV) ‘London Calling’, incl.
                   - interview with BW by Steve Blacknell
                   Note: Repeated on Italian TV (Videomusic) on August 28, 1986.

840910A  10th September: PAUL BUTTERFIELD. Molde, Norway, ‘Jazz Festival’., incl.
                    - Mannish Boy (Ellas McDaniel/McKinley Morganfield/Mel London)
                    - Born In Chicago (Nicholas Gravenites)
                    - Bringing In The Cherries (STU)
                    - Roll ‘Em Pete (Pete Johnson/Joe Turner)
                    Line-up: STU (p)/Paul Butterfield (voc, harm)/Arlen Roth (gtr)/Colin Hodgkinson
                                   (bass)/Tony Hicks (dr)
                    Note: Recorded and broadcast by Norwegian radio.

840913A  13th September: Austrian radio (Ö3) 'Treffpunkt', incl.
                    - interview with BW

840913B  13th September: US TV (NBC). Short Rolling Stones-special.

840913C  13th September: New York City. RW rehearses for ‘MTV Awards’.

840914A  14th September: US TV (MTV) ‘MTV Video Music Awards’, New York City,
                    Radio City Music Hall
                    - statement by MJ (from screen)
                    - RW presents an award to David Lee Roth
                    - RW and Rod Stewart present an award to Quincy Jones

840900A  mid-September - October & November: MICK JAGGER. New York City, The
                   Power Station. Producers: MJ and Nile Rodgers. Sound engineers: James Farber
                   and Bill Scheniman.
                   Musicians: MJ (voc, gtr)/Bernard Edwards (bass)/Nile Rodgers (gtr)/Eddie Martinez
                                      (gtr)/G.E. Smith (gtr)/Rob Sabino (keyb)/Herbie Hancock (org, synth,
                                      keyb)/Lenny Pickett (sax)/Steve Ferrone (dr)/Anton Fig (dr)/Bernard
                                      Fowler (bvoc)/Alfa Anderson (bvoc)/Fonzi Thornton (bvoc)/Gregg
                                      Gerson (dr)
                   - Half A Loaf (MJ) -’She’s The Boss’-version
                   - Secrets I (MJ) -’She’s The Boss’-version
                   - Secrets II (MJ) -’Running Out Of Luck’-movie-version
                   - Turn The Girl Loose (MJ) -’She’s The Boss’-version

840929A  29th September: US TV ( ) 'A Tribute To Bill Graham', incl.
                  - interview with MJ & KR (27.08.)

841008A  8th - 11th October: St. Tropéz, France, ‘International Music Video Festival’.
                   With BW as a member of the jury.

841000A  October or later: Austrian TV (ORF) ‘Musik Szene 84',  report from International
                   Music Video Festival’, St. Tropéz, France, incl.
                   - BW presents an award to Antony Payne (probably October 11)

841026A  26th October: UK TV (Channel 4) ‘The Tube',  report from International Music
                   Video Festival’, St. Tropéz, France, incl.
                   - interview with BW by Paula Yates
                   - interview with Julien Temple by Paula Yates

841026B  26th October: US radio (WNEW), San Francisco, incl.
                  - interview with RW (live from San Francisco’s Hard Rock Cafe)

841026C  26th October: San Francisco, California, Hard Rock Cafe.
                  RW plays some of the exhibited guitars (unverified).

841000B  Fall 1984: VARIOUS ARTISTS.
                   Soundtrack-LP ‘The Wild Life’ (MCA 5523). Producer: RW. Incl.
                   - It’s Not Easy (MJ/KR) -by Charlie Sexton with Ron Wood
                   Note: For all other info see 840705A.

841100A  Autumn: DAVID KEITH. Cookham, England, The Sol. Producer: BW. Unfinished
                    recording session.
                    Musicians: BW (bass)/CW (dr)/David Keith (voc, gtr)

841100B  Autumn: A.R.M.S. ALL STAR BAND.
                    Video (Videoform VFV 16) ‘The Ronnie Lane Appeal For A.R.M.S: The Royal
                    Albert Hall Concert Part 1’. Recorded live in London 20.9.83. Director: Stanley
                    Dorfman.
                    - Band introduction
                    - Everybody Oughta Make A Change (John Estes)
                    - Rita Mae (Eric Clapton)
                    - Lay Down Sally (Eric Clapton/Marcy Levy/George Terry)
                    - Ramblin’ On My Mind-Have You Ever Loved A Woman (Robert Johnson)(Billy
                         Myles)
                    - Cocaine (John J. Cale)
                    - Man Smart, Woman Smarter (Norman Span)
                    - 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)
                    Line-up: BW (bass)/CW (dr)/Eric Clapton (gtr, voc)/Steve Winwood
                                  (keyb, voc; gtr on  Road Runner)/Kenny Jones (dr)/Andy
                                  Fairweather-Low (gtr, voc)/Chris Stainton (keyb)/Ray Cooper (perc)
                    Additional musicians Winwood-set: Fernando Saunders (bass)/James Hooker (keyb)

841100C  Autumn: A.R.M.S. ALL STAR BAND.
                   Video (Videoform VFV 17) ‘The Ronnie Lane Appeal For A.R.M.S: The Royal
                   Albert Hall Concert Part 2’. Recorded live in London 20.9.83.
                   Director: Stanley Dorfman. Incl.
                   - interview with BW
                   - interview with CW
                   - Tulsa Time (Danny Flowers)
                   - Layla (Eric Clapton/Jim Gordon)
                   - Goodnight Irene (Huddie Ledbetter/John Lomax) -Ronnie Lane on vocals
                   Line-up: see 841100B.
                   Note: Both videos have been re-released later as ‘A.R.M.S. - The Complete
                             Concert’ (Channel 5 CFV 00482).

841100D  November (15 days): WILLIE AND THE POOR BOYS. Cookham, England,
                   The Sol. Producer: BW. Sound engineer: Stuart Epps.
                    - All Night Long (Clifton Chenier)* Steve Gregory and Willie Garnett on horns
                    - Baby Please Don’t Go (Mary Johnson)* -Chris Rea on lead vocals
                    - Can You Hear Me (Allen Toussaint)* -Ray Cooper on percussion, Steve
                         Gregory on horns
                    - Chicken Shack Boogie (Amos Milburn) -Terry Williams on drums, Steve
                         Gregory and Willie Garnett on horns
                    - Down In The Bottom (Willie Dixon)
                    - I’m Mad (John Lee Hooker)
                    - Let’s Talk It Over (Trad. arr. by BW)* -Steve Gregory on horns
                    - Poor Boy Boogie (BW/Andy Fairweather-Low) -Terry Williams on drums
                    - Revenue Man (Johnny Paycheck) -Henry Spinetti on drums
                    - Saturday Night (Roy Brown)* -Willie Garnett on horns
                    - Sugar Bee (Eddie Shuler) -Kenney Jones on drums
                    - You Never Can Tell (Chuck Berry) -Terry Williams on drums, Ray Cooper on
                         percussion, Willie Garnett on horns
                    Line-up: BW (bass, voc, perc; plays on all tracks)/CW (dr; on the songs
                                   marked with a star)/Andy Fairweather-Low (gtr, voc, perc, bass)/
                                   Mickey Gee (gtr, bvoc)/Geraint Watkins (p, org, voc, accordion)

841100E  November: Release of the video ‘Ready Steady Go! Vol. 3’ (PMI MVP 99 1006 2).
                    - Around And Around (Chuck Berry) -playback 18.11.64
                    - interview with BJ (18.11.64)
                    - interview with MJ (18.11.64)
                    - Little Red Rooster (Willie Dixon) -playback 18.11.64
                    - Off The Hook (MJ/KR) -playback 18.11.64

841100F  November: JIMI HENDRIX.
                   LP 'Kiss The Sky' (Polydor LC 0309, -West-Germany). Incl.
                   - announcement by BJ (Monterey Pop Festival; California 18.6.67) -incomplete
                   Note: Before the track Killing Floor. For more info, see 670616A

841101A  1st November: MICK JAGGER. Premiere of the movie ‘Blame It On The
                    Night’. Story by MJ and Gene Taft. Director: Gene Taft.
Artistic advisor:
                    Jane Rose. Starring: Nick Mancuso. Cameos of Billy Preston, Ollie E. Brown
                    and Merry Clayton. (80 min.).

841100G  November: New York City, unidentified place.
                   - interview with MJ by Lisa Robinson (120 min.)

841114A  14th November: THE ROLLING STONES.
                    Video ‘Video Rewind’ (Vestron Video 11016). Director: Julien Temple.
                    BW and MJ present promo videos and more. Incl.
                    - Midnight Rambler (MJ/KR) -from ‘Cocksucker Blues’-movie, part only
                    - She Was Hot (MJ/KR) -promo 1984
                    - She’s So Cold (MJ/KR) -promo 1980
                    - Emotional Rescue (MJ/KR) -mix of both promos 1980
                    - Waiting On A Friend (MJ/KR) -promo 1981
                    - interview with KR (Norman Gunston Show Australian TV ‘78)
                    - Satisfaction (MJ/KR) -Hampton 18.12.81, part only
                    - Angie (MJ/KR) -promo 1973 (version 1, with MJ sitting)
                    - Brown Sugar (MJ/KR) -live mix 1972/76/81
                    - footage from ‘Cocksucker Blues’-movie 1972
                    - Neighbours (MJ/KR) -promo 1981
                    - Too Much Blood (MJ/KR) -promo 1984
                    - It’s Only Rock’n Roll (MJ/KR) -promo 1974
                    - interviews with CW, KR and RW  (20/20 US TV 1978)
                    - Miss You (MJ/KR) -promo 1978, part only
                    - Undercover Of The Night (MJ/KR)-promo 1983 (version II)
                    - Start Me Up (MJ/KR) -live mix 1981/82 (f.e. Hampton 81, Leeds 82)
                    - interview with MJ (after show in Memphis ‘78 (N. Gunston Show 1978)
                    + more very short footage through the years

841126A  26th November: Brazilian TV (Globo TV) ‘Jornal Nacional’, incl..
                    - interview with MJ by Gloria Maria (in Rio De Janeiro)

841100G  late November - 27th December: MICK JAGGER. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil & Parati,
                   Brazil. Shootings for the movie ‘Running Out Of Luck’. Director: Julien Temple.
                   Starring: MJ, Rae Dawn Chong, Dennis Hopper, Jerry Hall.
                   Screenplay: MJ and Julien Temple. Executive producer: MJ. Incl.
                   - Half A Loaf (MJ)
                   - Running Out Of Luck (MJ)
                   - She’s The Boss (MJ/Carlos Alomar)
                   - Hard Woman (MJ)
                   - Jumping Jack Flash/Brown Sugar (both: MJ/KR) -MJ sings a capella to
                        ‘Love You Live’-tracks -parts only
                   - Turn The Girl Loose (MJ) -part only
                   - Lucky In Love (MJ/Carlos Alomar)
                   - Secrets (MJ)
                   - Just Another Night (MJ) -filmed at El Lide Che Club, Rio De Janeiro
                   - Lonely At The Top (MJ/KR)
                   Note: During shootings MJ was filmed for promotion for the ‘Band Aid’-project (for
                             MTV and the ‘Video Aid’-video).
                             Some additional footage was filmed in London.

841128A  28th November: US TV (syndicated) ‘PM Magazine’, incl..
                    - interview with RW (Dallas, Foster Goldstrom Gallery)

841128B  28th November: US TV (CNN) ‘Showbiz Today’, incl..
                   - interview with RW (Dallas, Foster Goldstrom Gallery)

841200A  December: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   4 LP-Box ‘The Rest Of The Best’ (only 2nd edition!) (Teldec 6.30125FX, -Germany).
                   Incl. one-sided bonus-single (no order number):
                   - Cocksucker Blues (MJ/KR)
                   Line-up: MJ (voc, gtr)
                   Note: For a short period of time this track was officially released. Until British Decca
                             executives realised what happened and intervened.
                             For more info, see 831216A.

841200B  December: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   12“ single (Rolling Stones Records 0-96902, US). Producer: The Glimmer Twins &
                    Chris Kimsey.
                    A: Too Much Blood (MJ/KR) -long Dance Version
                    A: Too Much Blood (MJ/KR) -short Dance Version
                    B: Too Much Blood (MJ/KR) -Dub Version
                    B: Too Much Blood (MJ/KR) -Undercover-version
                    Line-up: see 831107A.

841200C  December: US TV (MTV), incl.
                   X-mas jingles by MJ & KR

841204A  4th December: US TV (WABC), newscast, incl.
                   - interview with RW (in New York City)

841208A  8th December: Edinburgh, Scotland, unidentified hotelroom.
                    Rehearsals (six hours) for the upcoming benefit gig (see 841209A). Incl.
                    - Messin’ With The Kid (Mel London) -unverified

841209A  9th December: ALL STAR BAND. Edinburgh, Scotland, The Usher Hall
                   (Back At The Chicken Shack/First Time I Met The Blues/Neighbour,
                    Neighbour/Mellow Down Easy/I Wonder Who/My Baby She Left Me/
                    Walking Blues/Waiting For The Call/Born Under A Bad Sign/Messin'
                    With The Kid/Nadine)
                   Line-up: CW (dr)/STU (p)/Rory Gallagher (gtr, voc)/Jack Bruce (bass, voc)/
                                  Don Weller (sax)/Willie Garnett (sax)/John Picard (tb)/Dick Heckstall-
                                  Smith (sax)/Rick Wakeman (org)/John Martyn (gtr; just a few songs)
                   Note: Benefit concert for Ethiopia.

841216A  16th December: Brazilian TV (Globo) ‘Brazilian Cup Final’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Luis Fernando Lima (Maracana Stadion, Rio De Janeiro)
                   + MJ as spectator in the stadium (Maracana Stadion, Rio De Janeiro)

841230A  30th December: UK TV (Channel 4) ‘Weekend In Wallop’. Nether Wallop,
                    England, International Arts Festival (November 1984), incl.
                    - skit by BW and Stanley Unwin
                    - Trouble (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller) -"The Jools Holland Experience"
                   Line-up ‘Trouble’: BW (gtr)/Jools Holland (p)/Rik Mayall (voc)/Gilson Lavis
                                 (dr)/John Otway (some gtr)