1985

850000A late 1984 or early 1985: BILL WYMAN & TERRY TAYLOR. Shooting of a
                 promovideo. Directors: Dario Argento & Michele Soavi.
                   - Valley (BW)
                   Note: The promofilm was released as a bonus to the DVD-release of Phenomena
                              in May 2008 (see 080527A).

850000A  1985: Release of the video ‘Monterey Pop’ (Virgin VVD 143) incl.
                   - cameo of BJ (walking through the crowd) -between 16.-18.6.1967
                   + Paint It Black (MJ/KR) -cover version by The New Animals

850100A  early 1985: German TV (ZDF)  ‘Na sowas’. Host: Thomas Gottschalk.  Incl.
                   - footage from Münster 11.09.65, 1st show

850100B  January: Release of the benefit video ‘Video Aid’ (Virgin VIDAID 102). Incl.
                   - appeal by MJ (Brazil, December 1984)

850100C  early or mid-January (before 23.1.): WILLIE AND THE POOR BOYS.
                   Cookham, England, The Sol. Producer: BW. Sound engineer: Stuart Epps.
                   - Slippin’ And Slidin’ (Richard Penniman/Eddie Bocage/Al Collins/James
                      Smith) -BW on bass
                   - These Arms Of Mine (Otis Redding) -Steve Gregory on horns
                   Line-up: Paul Rodgers (voc)/Jimmy Page (gtr)/Andy Fairweather-Low (gtr, bass)/
                                  Henry Spinetti (dr)/Geraint Watkins (p)

850100D  mid-January (before 23.1., for about five days): BILL WYMAN. Probably
                   London or Cookham, England, The Sol. BW works on the music for the
                   upcoming movie Echo Park (see 851114A). Incl.
                   - incidental music (for a stripper scene)
                   + more (see 860000F and 860600B)

850115A  15th January - 28th February: Boulogne-Billancourt (near Paris), France,
                   Pathé-Marconi Studios. Producers: The Glimmer Twins. Sound engineer:
                   Dave Jerden. Additional musician: Chuck Leavell. (Arrivals of the Stones
                   in Paris: MJ 7.1.85; KR 11.1.85; RW 20.1.85; BW & CW: 23.1.85.
                   song writing sessions (MJ & KR only), between 11.-19.1.85, incl.:
                   - All Shook Up (Otis Blackwell/Elvis Presley)
                   - Are You Lonely For Me Baby (Bert Berns)
                   - Baby You’re Too Much I (MJ/KR)
                   - Beside You I (MJ/KR) -embryonic version; a/k/a I Can't See Nobody
                   - Broken Hearts For Me And You (MJ/KR)
                   - Don’t Be Cruel (Otis Blackwell/Elvis Presley)
                   - Eliza Upchink III (MJ/KR) -also known as "Back On The Streets Again"
                   - One Hit I (MJ/KR/RW)
                   - Something I Want II (MJ/KR) -also known as "Your Love"
                   - Thirty Nine And Holding (Jerry Foster/Wilburn Steven Rice)
                   - Teddy Bear (Kal Mann/Bernie Lowe) -unverified
                   - unknown vocal track ( ) -maybe an abandoned bridge-idea for One Hit?

                   rehearsals, probably between 23.1. - 28.2.85 (all songs unverified):
                   - Betty Jean (Chuck Berry)
                   - Blue Monday (Antoine Domino/Dave Bartholomew)
                   - Bungalow Bill (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) 
                   - Careless Love (Trad.)
                   - Carol (Chuck Berry)
                   - Claudette (Roy Orbison)
                   - The Dock Of The Bay (Steve Cropper/Otis Redding)
                   - Dust My Blues (Elmore James)
                   - Good To Me (Otis Redding/Julius Green)
                   - Hello Mary Lou (Gene Pitney)
                   - If I Don't Have You I (Gregory Isaacs)
                   - I’m Gonna Burn Your Playhouse Down (Otis Blackwell)
                   - I’m Ready (Dave Batholomew/Al Lewis/Sylvester Bradford)
                   - I Tried To Tell Myself (Al Green)
                   - It’s So Easy (Charles Hardin Holley/Norman Petty)
                   - The Jerk (Don Julian)
                   - Louisiana Blues (McKinley Morganfield)
                   - Moanin‘ At Midnight (Chester Burnett/Jules Taub)
                   - Mona (Ellas McDaniel)
                   - My Girl (William Robinson/Ronald White)
                   - Needle In A Haystack (William Stevenson/Norman Whitfield)
                   - The Nearness Of You (Hoagy Carmichael/Ned Washington)
                   - Open The Door To Your Heart (Darrel Banks)
                   - Pain In My Heart (Allen Toussaint)
                   - Perfidia (Alberto Dominguez/Milton Leeds)
                   - Serious Love (Alvin Ranglin)
                   - Sleepwalk (Ann Farina/Johnny Farina/Santo Farina)
                   - Soothe Me (Sam Cooke)
                   - Splish Splash (Bobby Darin/Jean Murray)
                   - Spoonful (Willie Dixon)
                   - Stop In The Name Of Love (Brian Holland/Lamont Dozier/Eddie Holland)
                   - These Arms Of Mine (Otis Redding)
                   - Tracks Of My Tears (William Robinson)
                   - Tramp (Lowell Fulsom/Jimmy McCracklin)
                   - True Love Ways (Charles Hardin Holley/Norman Petty)
                   - Work, Work, Work (Allen Toussaint)
                   - Your Cheatin’ Heart (Hank Williams)

                   session on 27.2.85, incl.:
                   - Breakin' (MJ/KR) -KR on vocals; various takes
                   - These Arms Of Mine (Allen Toussaint)
                   - Key To the Highway (William Broonzy/Charles Segar) -KR on vocals; various
                        takes
                   - instrumental rock/blues jam ( )

850121A  21st January: US radio (Westwood One) ‘Focus On Rock Drummers’.
                   Host: Dave Herman. With focus on CW.

850131A  31st January: Premiere of the Italian movie ‘Phenomena’. Director: Dario Argento.
                   Starring: Jennifer Conelly. With two tracks by BW and Terry Taylor:
                   - Valley (BW) -by Bill Wyman & Terry Taylor
                   - Valley Bolero (BW) -by Bill Wyman & Terry Taylor
                   Note: For more info, see 850200A.

850200A  February: VARIOUS ARTISTS.
                   Soundtrack-LP ‘Phenomena’ (Cinevox Record MDF 33.167 - Italy). Incl. one
                   track produced by BW. Recorded in 1984 in Cookham, England, The Sol.
                   - Valley (BW) -by Bill Wyman & Terry Taylor

850200B  February: THE BAND.
                   Video ‘The Last Waltz  (Warner Brothers PEV 99354). With RW on guitar on:
                   - I Shall Be Released (Bob Dylan)
                   Note: For more info see 761125A.

850200C  February: UK radio (Radio 4) ‘Kaleidoscope’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ
                   - interview with Stanley Booth (about his book)

850200D  February: European TV (Music Box). MJ-special. Incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Sunie Fletcher
                   Note: Re-broadcast on 2.1.87. Also a trailer by MJ for Music Box TV was recorded
                             (and frequently aired).

850201A  1st February: Japanese radio (FM Tokyo) ‘Suntory Sound Market’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ (in Paris)
                    Note: Recording date, broadcast in April.

850204A  4th February: MICK JAGGER.
                   7" single (CBS A 4722). Producer: MJ & Bill Laswell (A)/MJ & Nile Rodgers (B)
                   A: Just Another Night (MJ)
                   B: Turn The Girl Loose (MJ)
                   Line-up: see 850225B.
                   Note: A promo film for ‘Just Another Night’ was taken from the ‘Running
                             Out Of Luck’-movie (with some additional footage from the movie cut in).

850205A  5th February: Australian radio (EON), incl.
                   - phone-interview with MJ (from Paris) by Peter Grace

850206A  6th February: German TV (ARD) ‘Musik Szene 85’ incl.
                   - interview with BW (St. Tropéz, France, between October 8. -11.1984)
                   + footage from ‘Video Rewind’

850209A  9th & 10th February: US TV (MTV) ‘The Mick Jagger-Weekend', with eleven
                    different features.

850223A  23rd February: German radio (SFB II) ‘S-F-Beat’, "Mick Jagger - He's The Boss".
                   - interview with MJ by Ted Baxter (aka Wolfgang Doebeling) (Paris, January) 

850225A  25th February: French radio (Europe 2) ‘Rock A L’Oeil’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ

850225B  25th February: MICK JAGGER.
                   LP ‘She’s The Boss’ (CBS 86310). Producer MJ & Bill Laswell, MJ and Nile
                   Rodgers. Sound enginner: Dave Jerden. Recorded in May - November 1984.
                   A: - Lonely At The Top (MJ/KR)
                        - Half A Loaf (MJ)
                        - Running Out Of Luck (MJ)
                        - Turn The Girl Loose (MJ)
                        - Hard Woman (MJ)
                   B: - Just Another Night (MJ)
                        - Lucky In Love (MJ/Carlos Alomar)
                        - Secrets (MJ)
                          - She’s The Boss (MJ/Carlos Alomar)
                    Line-up ‘Lonely At The Top’: MJ (voc)/Jeff Beck (gtr)/Pete Townshend (gtr)/
                                  Bill Laswell (bass)/Michael Shrieve (dr)/Herbie Hancock (org)/Guy
                                  Fletcher (synth)/Bernard Fowler (bvoc)/Eddie Martinez (gtr)
                    Line-up ‘Half A Loaf’: MJ (voc)/Nile Rodgers (gtr)/Bernard Edwards
                                  (bass)/Steve Ferroni (dr)/Rob Sabino (keyb)/Eddie Martinez (gtr)/
                                  Fonzi Thornton (bvoc)
                    Line-up ‘Running Out Of Luck’: MJ (voc)/Jeff Beck (gtr)/Eddie Martinez (gtr)/
                                  Robbie Shakespeare (bass)/Sly Dunbar (dr)/Herbie Hancock (synth)/
                                  Daniel Ponce (bata)
                    Line-up ‘Turn The Girl Loose’: MJ (voc)/Nile Rodgers (gtr)/Bernard Edwards
                                  (bass)/Anton Fig (dr)/Herbie Hancock (org, synth)/Rob Sabino (keyb)/
                                  Alfa Anderson (ladies’ rap)/Lenny Pickett (bsax)
                   Line-up ‘Hard Woman’: MJ (voc)/Jeff Beck (gtr)/Pete Townshend (gtr)/Jan
                                  Hammer (p)/Colin Hodgekinson (bass)/Tony Thompson (dr)/Paul
                                  Buckmaster (arranger and conductor of strings)
                    Line-up ‘Just Another Night’: MJ (voc)/Jeff Beck (gtr)/Bill Laswell (synth)/
                                  Robbie Shakespeare (bass)/Sly Dunbar (dr)/Rabbit Bundrick (synth)/
                                  Anton Fier (dr)/Aiyb Dieng (shaker)/Ron Magness (synth)
                    Line-up ‘Lucky In Love’: MJ (voc)/Jeff Beck (gtr)/Robbie Shakespeare (bass)/
                                  Sly Dunbar (dr)/Aiyb Dieng (water dr)/Ray Cooper (perc)/Bernard
                                  Fowler (bvoc)/Herbie Hancock (synth)/Wally Badarou (synth)/Guy
                                  Fletcher (synth)/Chuck Leavell (org)
                    Line-up ‘Secrets’: MJ (voc)/Nile Rodgers (gtr)/Bernard Edwards (bass)/
                                  Anton Fig (dr)/Rob Sabino (keyb)/G.E. Smith (gtr)
                    Line-up ‘She’s The Boss’: MJ (voc)/Jeff Beck (gtr)/Robbie Shakespeare (bass)/
                                  Sly Dunbar (dr)/Aiyb Dieng (talking dr)/Ray Cooper (congas)/Bernard
                                  Fowler (bvoc)/Wally Badarou (synth)/Guy Fletcher (synth)/Chuck
                                  Leavell (org)/Anton Fier (perc)/Eddie Martinez (gtr)

850225C  25th - 27th  February: UK radio (BBC1) ‘Simon Bates Show’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Simon Bates (in Paris, 22nd February)
                    Note: Aired in three parts.

850226A  26th February: UK TV (BBC2) ‘Whistle Test’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ by David Hepworth (Paris, January ‘85)
                    - interview with Stanley Booth (about his book) by David Hepworth
                    - Gimme Shelter (MJ/KR) -Top Of The Pops 12.12.69, part only

850200E  late February: MICK JAGGER.
                   12" single (CBS TA 4722). Remixes were done by Francois Kevorkian with Paul St.
                   Germain or Paul Smykle. Additional overdubs were produced by Arthur Baker.
                    A: Just Another Night (MJ) -extended remix
                    A: Turn The Girl Loose (MJ)
                    B: Just Another Night (MJ) -edit (of extended version)
                    B: Just Another Night (MJ) -dub mix    

850200F  February: Spanish TV (TVE) ‘Senoras Y Senores: Mick Jagger’, incl.
                  - interview with MJ (Paris, January 1985)

850200G  February: Brazilian TV (TV Manchete) ‘Conexao Internacional’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Roberto d’Avila in French (in Paris)
                   Note: Original airing date not known. Repeated on Dec. 22, 1987.

850300A  March: MICK JAGGER.
                   promotional 7" single (CBS 38-04743 -USA). Producers: MJ & Bill Laswell
                    A: Just Another Night (MJ) -album version
                    B: Just Another Night (MJ) -edit (of album version)
                    Note: The edit is different to the edited version on the regular 12" (see
                              850200D&E). Also available as a UK 12" promo (CBS SAMP 97).

850300B  March: MICK JAGGER.
                   Video ‘Ned Kelly’ (Warner Brothers PEV 99415). Starring: MJ.
                   Note: For all other info about the movie, see  690713A.

850300C  March: Japanese TV (Asahi) ‘The Best Hit USA’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ by a female interviewer (in Paris, late January 1985)

850302A  2nd March: Luxemburgian radio (RTL), incl.
                    - interview with MJ

850304A  4th March: French radio (NRJ), incl.
                    - interview with MJ

850311A  11th - 12th March: WILLIE AND THE POOR BOYS. London, Fulham Town Hall.
                   Shootings for the video ‘Willie And The Poor Boys’ (30 min.). Directors: Eddie Arno &
                   Markus Innocenti. Idea and musical director: BW.
                   - Poor Boy Boogie (BW/Andy Fairweather-Low) -BW and Andy Fairweather-Low
                        on  lead vocals
                   - You Never Can Tell (Chuck Berry) -BW on lead vocals
                   - Chicken Shack Boogie (Amos Milburn) -Geraint Watkins on lead vocals
                   - Let’s Talk It Over (Trad. arr. by BW) -Andy Fairweather-Low on lead vocals
                   - All Night Long (Clifton Chenier) -BW on lead vocals
                   - Saturday Night (Roy Brown) -Geraint Watkins on lead vocals
                   - Baby Please Don’t Go (Mary Johnson) -Chris Rea on lead vocals
                   Line-up: BW (bass, voc)/CW (dr)/RW (sax)/Andy Fairweather-Low (gtr, voc)/
                                  Mickey Gee (gtr)/Geraint Watkins (p, voc, accordion)/Terry Taylor (perc)/
                                  Kenney Jones (perc, dr)/Henry Spinetti (perc)/Mel Collins (sax)/Raphael
                                  Ravenscroft (sax)
                   Starring: Ringo Starr (janitor)/John Wilson (compere)/Chris Jagger and John
                                   Entwistle (audience extras)
                   Note: Playback. Baby Please Don’t Go was also used as promovideo.

850317A  17th March: European MTV (MTV) ‘Mick Jagger In Paris’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Jools Holland (in Paris, February)

850320A  20th March: NONA HENDRYX. New York, Power Station Studios. Producers:
                   Bernard Edwards, Jason Corsaro and Nona Hendryx. Sound engineer: Jason Corsaro.
                   - Rock This House (Nona Hendryx)
                   Line-up: KR (gtr)/Nona Hendryx (voc, p)/Eddie Martinez (gtr)/Ronnie Drayton
                                  (gtr)/Bernard Edwards (bass)/Trevor Gale (dr)/Ed Stasium (gtr, tamb)/
                                  Hugo and Vanessa Cole Burnham (bvoc)

850321A  21st March: US radio (D.I.R.) 'A Very Special Evening With Mick Jagger', incl..
                   - interview with MJ by Lisa Robinson (live from New York City)
                   + MJ answering phone-calls from fans

850323A  23rd March: A DRUM TRIO. London, England, Camden Jazz Festival
                   Line-up: CW (dr)/John Stevens (dr)/Clifford Jarvis (dr)

850324A  24th March: Swiss radio (DRS) ‘Formel 3’, incl.
                    - jingle by MJ

850327A  26th March: Austrian TV (ORF2) ‘Musik Szene 85’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Hannes Rossacher (Paris, CBS-office, February 1985)
                    - Satisfaction (MJ/KR) -Hampton 18.12.81, part only
                    Note: Also broadcast on German TV (ARD) on the 3rd April.

850331A  31st March: US TV (MTV). Report about the re-opening of the Hard Rock
                   Cafe in London, with BW among the guests.

850331B  31st March: US TV (NBC). Report about the re-opening of the Hard Rock
                   Cafe in London, with BW among the guests.

850300D  March: UK TV (BBC2) ‘Whistle Test’., incl.
                   - MJ goes shopping in Paris
                   - interview with MJ by David Hepworth (Paris, January ‘85)

850401A  1st April onwards: MICK JAGGER. London. Shooting of a promo video. Director:
                   Julien Temple.
                    - Lucky In Love (MJ/Carlos Alomar)
                    Note: The finished promovideo consists of newly shot scenes & footage filmed in
                               Brazil in December 1984.

850404A  4th April: German TV (ZDF) ‘exclusiv’., incl.
                    - interview with Bianca Jagger
                    + footage from her wedding with MJ (St. Tropéz, France 12.05.71)

850405A  5th April: Canadian TV (CBC) 'Good Rockin' Tonite', incl.
                   - jingle by MJ

850405B  5th April - 17th June: Boulogne-Billancourt (near Paris), France, Pathé-
                   Marconi Studios. Producers: The Glimmer Twins and (from 10th May onwards:
                   Steve Lillywhite. Sound engineer: Dave Jerden. Additional musician: Chuck
                   Leavell (keyb). Also jams with Steve Jordan (dr) and members of Duran Duran.
                   session 6th April incl.:
                   - One Hit (MJ/KR/RW) -MJ on vocals
                   session 8th April incl.:
                   - Rock jam
                   - Breakin' (MJ/KR) -KR on vocals; various takes
                   - Breakin' (MJ/KR) -MJ on vocals; various takes
                   session 10th April, incl.:
                   - Had It With You (MJ/KR/RW) -several takes; very embyonic
                   + short interviews with MJ & KR by fans (outside of the studio)
                   session 13th April, incl.:
                   - funky instrumental ( )
                   - Strictly Memphis (MJ/KR) -various takes
                   - unknown blues ( )
                   - Back To Zero (MJ/KR/Chuck Leavell) -various rehearsals, very embryonic
                   - unknown slow song ( )
                   - Golden Caddy (MJ/KR) -guitar rehearsal
                   - Dirty Work (MJ/KR/RW)
                   session 15th April, incl.:
                   - One Hit (MJ/KR) -MJ on vocals; several takes of the verses (working title:
                         I Can't See Nobody)
                   session 19th April, incl.:
                   - Harlem Shuffle (Bob Relf/Ernest Nelson) -several takes
                   session 5th May, incl.:
                   - Sleep Tonight (MJ/KR) -KR on vocals
                   session 8th May, incl.:
                   - unknown ballad ( ) -KR on vocals
                   - Baby You’re Too Much (MJ/KR) -several takes; KR on vocals
                   session 16th May, incl.:
                   - One Hit (MJ/KR/RW) -several takes; MJ on lead vocals
                   session 17th May, incl.:
                   - Treat Me Like A Fool (MJ/KR/RW)
                   - One Hit (MJ/KR/RW) -several takes; KR on lead vocals
                   session ?th May, incl.:
                  - She Never Listens To Me (MJ/KR) -several takes; KR on vocals
                  - Strictly Memphis (MJ/KR) -several takes
                  - Putty In Your Hands (John Patton/Kay Rogers) -several takes
                  - What Am I Gonna Do With Your Love (MJ/KR) -several takes
                   session 22nd May, incl.:
                   - short conversation with KR (outside of the studio)
                   session 24th May, incl.:
                   - One Hit (MJ/KR/RW) -MJ on lead vocals
                   session in late May and/or early June, incl.
                   - Fight (MJ/KR/RW) -several takes
                   - One Hit (MJ/KR/RW) -several takes; KR on lead vocals
                   - One Hit (MJ/KR/RW) -several takes; MJ on lead vocals
                   - Fight (MJ/KR/RW) -several guitar overdubs
                   session 12th June, incl.:
                   - Back To Zero (MJ/KR/Chuck Leavell) -several takes
                   session 13th June, incl.:
                   - Deep Love (MJ/KR) -several takes; instrumental

                  results of various sessions (some might be from NYC, see 850716A):

                  - Baby You're Too Much II (MJ/KR) -early version without sax
                  - Back To Zero I (MJ/KR/Chuck Leavell) -early version
                  - Beside You II (MJ/KR) a/k/a I Can't See Nobody
                  - Breakin’ (MJ/KR) -KR on vocals; title unsure
                  - Crushed Pearl (MJ/KR) -KR on vocals
                  - “Cut Your Throat“ (MJ/KR?) -KR on vocals; title unsure
                  - The Darker Side Of Me (MJ/KR) -unverified
                  - Deep Love I (MJ/KR) -KR on vocals, Chuck Leavell on drums
                  - Dirty Work I (MJ/KR/RW) -instrumental
                  - Dirty Work II (MJ/KR/RW) -early lyrics
                  - “Don’t Get Mad” (MJ/KR) -improvisaton, KR on vocals
                  - Fight I (MJ/KR/RW) -KR on vocals
                  - Fight II (MJ/KR/RW) -MJ on vocals, early lyrics
                  - Golden Opportunity (MJ/KR/RW) -unverified
                  - Had It With You I (MJ/KR/RW) -partly with very early You Can’t Cut The
                       Mustard-lyrics
                  - Had It With You II (MJ/KR/RW) -aborted
                  - Had It With You III (MJ/KR/RW) -early lyrics
                  - Hard To Carry On (MJ/KR/RW) -unverified
                  - Harlem Shuffle I (Bob Relf/Ernest Nelson) -with spoken words-part
                  - Harlem Shuffle II (Bob ReIf/Ernest Nelson) -no spoken words, no bvoc
                  - High Temperature (Walter Jacobs/Joel Michael Cohen) -KR on vocals
                  - I Don’t Wanna Hurt You (MJ/KR) -unverified
                  - I Got A Hard-On For You Baby (MJ/KR) -unverified
                  - If I Don’t Have You II (Gregory Isaacs)
                  - If I Don’t Have You III (Gregory Isaacs)
                  - I Need Your Love (MJ/KR) -unverified
                  - In Love (MJ/KR) -unverified
                  - Knock Your Teeth Out (RW) -unverified Stones-version
                  - Loving You Is Sweeter Than Ever (Stevie Wonder/Ivy Hunter)
                  - My Baby Left Me (MJ/KR) -KR on vocals; title unsure
                  - My Kind Of Rubbish (MJ/KR) -unverified
                  - One Hit II (MJ/KR/RW) -with guide vocals
                  - One Hit III (MJ/KR/RW) -instrumental
                  - Right Now (MJ/KR/RW) -unverified
                  - She Never Listens To Me (MJ/KR) -KR on vocals
                  - Sleep Tonight I (MJ/KR) -early version, no backing vocals
                  - Some Of Us Are On Our Knees (MJ/KR) -KR on vocals
                  - Stick It Where It Hurts (MJ/KR/RW) -RW on guide vocals
                  - Strictly Memphis I (MJ/KR) -only MJ on lead vocals, early lyrics
                  - Strictly Memphis II (MJ/KR) -only MJ on lead vocals, used later as demo for
                       Primitive Cool; unverified
                  - Talk Is Cheap (MJ/KR)  -KR on vocals
                  - Too Rude I (Lydon Roberts/Sly Dunbar/Robbie Shakespeare) -very slow
                  - Treat Me Like A Fool I (MJ/KR/RW) -KR on vocals; only the refrain
                      repeated over and over
                  - Treat Me Like A Fool II (MJ/KR/RW) -KR on vocals; only the refrain
                       repeated over and over, broken off
                  - Treat Me Like A Fool III (MJ/KR/RW) -KR on vocals
                  - Victor Hugo (MJ/KR) -KR on vocals
                  - What Am I Gonna Do With Your Love I (MJ/KR) -unverified version without
                       backing vocals
                  - What Am I Supposed To Do (MJ/KR) -KR, Bobby Womack and Don Covay
                        on vocals
                  - What You're Gonna Tell Your Boyfriend (MJ/KR) -KR on vocals; sounds like
                       a VERY early version of Sleep Tonight
                  - “Who’s Shagging Who” (MJ/KR) -jam with improvised vocals by KR
                  - “You Got It“ (MJ/KR) -KR on vocals; title unsure
                  - You Can’t Cut The Mustard (MJ/KR/RW) -very early version of Had It With
                       You with different lyrics
                   Note: Some of the unreleased MJ/KR-compositions could as well be MJ/KR/RW-
                            compositions. Some of the unverified songs could be listed twice under
                            different titles.
                            About 20 minutes of private video footage of the arrivals and departures of
                            all Stones members and their entourage at Pathé Marconi exists (filmed
                            by a fan between January and mid-June)

850409A  9th April: UK TV (BBC2) ‘Whistle Test Special’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ by David Hepworth (Paris, January ‘85)
                    - Fool To Cry (MJ/KR) -Paris 7.6.76
                    - Half A Loaf (MJ) -rehearsal for video shootings 12/84
                    - Secrets (MJ) -rehearsal for video shootings 12/84
                    - Sympathy For The Devil (MJ/KR) -from ‘One Plus One’-movie 6/68
                    - Satisfaction (MJ/KR) -from ‘Gimme Shelter’-movie 11/69
                    - Let’s Spend The Night Together (MJ/KR) -Top Of The Pops 25.1.67
                    - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR) -from ‘Gimme Shelter’-movie 11/69
                    - Street Fighting Man (MJ/KR) -live in Frankfurt 30.9.73
                    - Time Is On My Side (Jerry Ragavoy/Jimy Norman) -TAMI Show 29.10.64
                    + footage from ‘Ned Kelly’, ‘Fitzcarraldo’ and ‘Video Rewind’
                    + lots of promovideos through the years

850419A  19th April: RON WOOD. Boulogne-Billancourt (near Paris), France, Pathé-
                    Marconi Studios. Sound engineer: Dave Jerden. Unverified.
                    - unknown ( ) -several takes
                    - Treat Me Like A Fool (MJ/KR/RW) -several takes; instrumental
                    Musicians: RW (gtr, voc)/STU (dr)/Chuck Leavell (keyb)/Alan Rogan (bass)

850420A  20th April: French TV (A2) ‘Les Enfants Du Rock’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Dominique Farran (Paris, Hotel Crillon 22.1.85)

850425A  25th April: WILLIE AND THE POOR BOYS.
                   LP ‘Willie And The Poor Boys’ (Ripple Records BILL 1). Producer: BW.
                   Sound engineer: Stuart Epps. Recorded in November ‘84 and January ‘85.
                   A: - Baby Please Don’t Go (Mary Johnson)
                        - Can You Hear Me (Allen Toussaint)
                        - These Arms Of Mine (Otis Redding)
                        - Revenue Man (Johnny Paycheck)
                        - You Never Can Tell (Chuck Berry)
                        - Slippin’ And Slidin’ (Richard Penniman/Eddie Bocage/Al Collins/J. Smith)
                   B: - Saturday Night (Roy Brown)
                        - Let’s Talk It Over (Trad. arr. by BW)
                        - All Night Long (Clifton Chenier)
                        - Chicken Shack Boogie (Amos Milburn)
                        - Sugar Bee (Eddie Shuler)
                        - Poor Boy Boogie (BW/Andy Fairweather-Low)
                         Line-up ‘Baby Please Don’t Go’: BW (bass)/CW (dr)/Andy Fairweather-Low
                                       (gtr)/Mickey Gee (gtr)/Chris Rea (voc)/Geraint Watkins (p)
                        Line-up ‘Can You Hear Me’: BW (bass, bvoc)/CW (dr)/Andy Fairweather-
                                      Low (gtr, voc)/Mickey Gee (gtr, bvoc)/Geraint Watkins (p)/Ray
                                      Cooper (perc)/Steve Gregory (horns)
                        Line-up ‘These Arms Of Mine’: Jimmy Page (gtr)/Paul Rodgers (voc)/Andy
                                       Fairweather-Low (bass)/Geraint Watkins (p)/Steve Gregory (horns)/
                                       Henry Spinett (dr)
                        Line-up ‘Revenue Man’: BW (bass)/Henry Spinetti (dr)/Andy Fairweather-
                                       Low (gtr, bvoc)/Mickey Gee (voc, gtr)/Geraint Watkins (p)
                        Line-up ‘You Never Can Tell’: BW (voc, bass)/Terry Williams (dr)/Andy
                                       Fairweather-Low (gtr)/Mickey Gee (gtr)/Geraint Watkins (p)/Ray
                                       Cooper (perc)/Willie Garnett (horns)
                        Line-up ‘Slippin’ And Slidin’’: BW (bass)/Jimmy Page (gtr)/Paul Rodgers
                                       (voc)/Andy Fairweather-Low (bass)/Geraint Watkins (p)/Henry
                                       Spinett (dr)
                        Line-up ‘Saturday Night’: BW (bass, perc)/CW (dr)/Andy Fairweather-Low
                                       (gtr, perc)/Mickey Gee (gtr)/Geraint Watkins (voc, org, p)/Willie
                                       Garnett (horns)
                        Line-up ‘Let’s Talk It Over’: BW (bass, bvoc)/CW (dr)/Andy Fairweather-
                                       Low (gtr, voc)/Mickey Gee (gtr)/Geraint Watkins (p, org)/Steve
                                       Gregory (horns)
                        Line-up ‘All Night Long’: BW (voc, perc)/CW (dr)/Andy Fairweather-
                                       Low (bass, bvoc)/Mickey Gee (gtr, bvoc)/Steve Gregory & Willie
                                       Garnett (horns)/Geraint Watkins (accordion, bvoc)
                        Line-up ‘Chicken Shack Boogie’: BW (bass, perc)/Terry Williams (dr)/Andy
                                       Fairweather-Low (gtr)/Mickey Gee (gtr)/Geraint Watkins (voc, p)/
                                       Steve Gregory & Willie Garnett (horns)
                        Line-up ‘Chicken Shack Boogie’: BW (bass, bvoc)/Kenney Jones (dr)/Andy
                                       Fairweather-Low (voc, gtr)/Mickey Gee (gtr)/Geraint Watkins (p)/
                                       Willie Garnett (horns)
                        Line-up ‘Poor Boy Boogie’: BW (bvoc, bass, perc)/Terry Williams (dr)/Andy
                                       Fairweather-Low (voc, gtr)/Mickey Gee (gtr)/Geraint Watkins (p,
                                     accordion)
                        Note: Revenue Man (original title: Revenoor Man) was written by Johnny
                                  Paycheck under the pseudonym Donny Young. It's a re-write of White
                                  Lightning (author: J.P. Richardson).

850428A  28th April: US TV (MTV), short documentary on Willie And The Poor Boys.

850500A  May: WILLIE AND THE POOR BOYS.
                   7" single (Mercury 880 763-7, Germany). Producer: BW.
                   A: Baby Please Don’t Go (Mary Johnson)
                   B: Let’s Talk It Over (Trad. arr. by BW)
                   Line-up: see 850425A.

850500B  May: Paris, France. Interview with KR by Guido Toffoletti (50 min.).

850509A  9th May: French TV (Canal+) '4C+', incl.
                   - interview with BW Alain Chabat (probably in Paris)

850512A  12th May: French TV (A2) ‘Les Enfants Du Rock’. Rolling Stones-special, incl.
                    - Around And Around (Chuck Berry) -TAMI Show 29.10.64
                    - Off The Hook (MJ/KR) -TAMI Show 29.10.64
                    - Time Is On My Side (Jerry Ragavoy/Jimmy Norman) -TAMI Show 29.10.64
                    - It’s All Over Now (Bobby and Shirley Womack) -TAMI Show 29.10.64
                    - I’m Alright (Ellas McDaniel) -TAMI Show 29.10.64
                    - Get Together (Closing Jam)( ) -TAMI Show 29.10.64
                    - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR) -Paris 6.6.76
                    - Star Star (MJ/KR) -Paris 6.6.76
                    - You Gotta Move (Fred McDowell/Gary Davis) -Paris 6.6.76
                    - Happy (MJ/KR) -Paris 6.6.76
                    - Outa Space (Billy Preston/Joe Greene) -Paris 7.6.76
                    - Midnight Rambler (MJ/KR) -Paris 7.6.76
                    - Angie (MJ/KR) -Paris 4.6.76
                    - It’s Only Rock’n Roll (MJ/KR)  -Paris 6.6.76
                    - Brown Sugar (MJ/KR)  -Paris 6.6.76
                    - Jumping Jack Flash (MJ/KR) -Paris 6.6.76
                    - Street Fighting Man (MJ/KR) -Paris 6,6.76

850500C  mid-May: MICK JAGGER.
                   7" single (CBS 6213). Producers: MJ and Bill Laswell.
                   A: Lucky In Love (MJ/Carlos Alomar) -7" single version
                   B: Running Out Of Luck (MJ)
                   Line-up: see 850225B.
                   Note: Additional production and remix of side A by Francois Kevorkian
                             and Ron St. Germain.

850500D  mid-May: MICK JAGGER.
                   12" single (CBS TA 6213). Producers: MJ and Bill Laswell.
                    A: Lucky In Love (MJ/Carlos Alomar) -Extended version
                    B: Lucky In Love V (MJ/Carlos Alomar) -Dub version
                    B: Running Out Of Luck (MJ)
                    Note: Additional production and remix of Lucky In Love by Francois
                              Kevorkian and Ron St. Germain.

850519A  19th May: US radio (ABC) 'King Biscuit Flower Hour'. Willie And The Poor Boys-
                    special. Host: Bill Minkin. Incl.
                    - interview with BW
                    - I’m Mad (John Lee Hooker)
                    - Down In The Bottom (Willie Dixon)
                    Note: The listed songs are outtakes from the Willie And The Poor Boys-
                               sessions in November 1984 (see 841100D).

850525A  25th May: US TV (MTV) ‘Making Of Willie And The Poor Boys-Video’.
                    Report from the shootings (London 11. & 12.3.85) (60 min.) + concert footage.

850526A  26th May: UK radio (Radio London) ‘Echoes’, incl.
                    - interview with Chris Jagger
                    - Trouble In Mind (Richard M. Jones) -Olympic Studios 8.11.-26.11.66
                    Note: Chris Jagger plays an acetate of this rare Stones-outtake.

850600A  June: WILLIE AND THE POOR BOYS.
                   Video ‘Willie And The Poor Boys’ (Polygram 041 227 2). Directors: Eddie
                   Arno & Markus Innocenti.
                   Note: For all other info, see 850311A.

850600B  June: BOB DYLAN.
                   LP ‘Empire Burlesque’ (CBS 86313). Producer: Bob Dylan. Sound engineer: Josh
                   Abbey. Recorded in New York, Delta Sound 7/84. Incl.
                    - Clean Cut Kid (Bob Dylan)
                    Line-up: RW (gtr)/Bob Dylan (voc, gtr)/Benmont Tench (p)/John Paris (bass)/
                                   Anton Fig (dr)/Carol Dennis, Peggi Blu & Queen Esther Marrow (bvoc)
                    Note: This album also includes one song with MT (see Taylor Made Works-book
                               entry 850600A).

850602A  2nd June: Austrian TV (ORF2) ‘Clip’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Jools Holland (in Paris)

850606A  6th June: London. Promo party for the ‘Willie And The Poor Boys’-video.

850606B  6th June: UK TV (BBC) ‘Breakfast Time’, incl. report from the video shooting of
                   Willie And The Poor Boys (see 850311), incl.
                   - interview with RW (Fulham Town Hall, March 11 or 12, 1985)
                   - interview w. Andy Fairweather-Low (Fulham Town Hall, March 11 or 12, 1985)
                   - interview with Kenney Jones (Fulham Town Hall, March 11 or 12, 1985)
                   - interview with BW (Fulham Town Hall, March 11 or 12, 1985)

850600C  June: UK TV (TVS) ‘Coast To Coast’, incl.
                   - All Night Long (Clifton Chenier) -’WATPB’-video 3/85, part only
                   - interview with BW by Christopher Peacock
                   - Baby Please Don’t Go (Mary Johnson) -’WATPB’-video 3/85, part only
                   - interview with Chris Rea
                   - interview with Bob Geldof
                   - Chicken Shack Boogie (Amos Milburn) -’WATPB’-video 3/85, part only

850607A  7th June: UK TV (TV-am) ‘Good Morning Britain’, incl.
                    - interview with BW and Andy Fairweather-Low by Anne Diamond & Nick Owen
                    - Saturday Night (Roy Brown) -from ‘WATPB’-video 3/85

850608A  8th June: UK radio (BBC1) ‘Saturday Live’, incl.
                    - interview with BW and Andy Fairweather-Low by Richard Skinner

850608B  8th June: ROCKET 88. Cologne, Germany, Volksgarten, ‘Blues & Boogie Festival
                   ‘85’, incl.
                   - Little Red Rooster (Willie Dixon) -unverified
                   + more
                   Line-up: STU (p)/Jimmy Roche (gtr)/Roger Sutton (bass, voc)/& others
                   Note: Soundboard recording was made by German radio (Deutschlandfunk).

850609A  9th June: US radio (ABC) ‘King Biscuit Flower Hour’. Host: Bill Minkin. Incl.
                   - Brown Sugar (MJ/KR) -Brussels 17.10.73 (1st show)
                   - Happy (MJ/KR) -Brussels 17.10.73 (1st show)
                   - Gimme Shelter (MJ/KR) -Brussels 17.10.73 (1st show)
                   - Tumbling Dice (MJ/KR) -Brussels 17.10.73 (1st show)
                   - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR) -Brussels 17.10.73 (1st show)
                   - interview with MJ
                   - Under My Thumb (MJ/KR) -Pontiac 01.12.81
                   - Start Me Up (MJ/KR) -Largo 09.12.81
                   - Miss You (MJ/KR) -Hampton 18.12.81
                   - Shattered (MJ/KR) -live in Pontiac 01.12.81
                   - interview with KR
                   - Beast Of Burden (MJ/KR) -Lexington 29.06.78
                   - Jumping Jack Flash (MJ/KR) -Houston 18.07.78

850617A  17th June: UK TV (Sky Channel) ‘Sky Trax Magazine’, incl.
                    - interview with BW by Amanda Redington (Video Café, London, 6.6.85)

850621A  21st June: ROCKET 88. London, The Mean Fiddler
                   Line-up: STU (p)/Willie Garnett (sax)/John Picard (sax)/& others

850621B  21st June: UK TV (Channel 4) ‘Ready, Steady, Go!’. Repeat of an episode
                   from the 60’s, incl.
                   - Around And Around (Chuck Berry) -playback 20.11.64

850623A  23rd June: German TV (ARD) ‘Tempo 85’. Mick Jagger-special (45 min).
                   - interview with MJ by Jools Holland (in Paris, February)
                   - Half A Loaf (MJ) -video shootings ‘Running Out Of Luck’-movie 12/84
                   - Secrets (MJ) -video shootings ‘Running Out Of Luck’-movie 12/84

850624A  24th June: WILLIE AND THE POOR BOYS. London, Fulham Town Hall.
                   Video shootings. Director:
                   - These Arms Of Mine (Otis Redding)
                   Line-up: BW (bass)/CW (dr)/RW (sax)/Paul Rodgers (voc)/Jimmy Page (gtr)/... (sax)

850626A  26th June: German TV (ARD) ‘Musik Szene 85’, incl.
                   - short comment by KR

850628A  28th June: Norwegian radio (P1) 'Rolling Stones Utfordrer The Beatles'. Host:
                   Stein Dag Jensen. Incl.
                   - Everybody Needs Somebody To Love (Russell/Burke/Wexler) -Oslo 24.06.1965,
                       part only
                   - interview with KR & MJ (from press conference Oslo 23.06.1965)

850629A  29th June: MICK JAGGER & DAVID BOWIE. London, Westside Studios.
                   Producers: Clive Langer and Alan Winstanley. Additional producers (ca. mid - late July,
                   New York, Power Station & Atlantic Studios and Media Sound): MJ, Nile Rodgers,
                   Steve Thompson and Michael Barbiero. Sound engineers: Bob Clearmountain, Mark
                   Saunders and Stephen Benben.
                   - Dancing In The Street I (Ivy Hunter/William Stevenson/Marvin Gaye) -promovideo
                        version (without brass, the basic Westside-version)
                   - Dancing In The Street II -7" Instrumental
                   - Dancing In The Street III -7" Clearmountain Mix
                   - Dancing In The Street IV -12" Edit
                   - Dancing In The Street V -12" Steve Thompson-mix
                   - Dancing In The Street VI -12" Dub Version
                   Musicians: MJ (voc)/David Bowie (voc)/Kevin Armstrong (gtr)/G.E. Smith (gtr)/Earl
                                      Slick (gtr)/Matthew Seligman (bass)/John Regan (bass)/Neil Conti (dr)/
                                      Pedro Ortiz (perc)/Jimmy Naelen (perc)/Nac Gollehon (tp)/Stan Harrison
                                      (sax)/Lenny Pickett (sax)/Steve Nieve (keyb)/Helena Springs & Tessa
                                      Niles (bvoc)

850629B  29th - 30th June: MICK JAGGER & DAVID BOWIE. London, George V. Docks.
                    Director: David Mallet. Shootings of a promo video.
                    - Dancing In The Street 1 (Hunter/Stevenson/Gaye) -version 1, with b-roll
                         footage and non-brass-version of the song
                    - Dancing In The Street 2 (Ivy Hunter/William Stevenson/Marvin Gaye) -version
                         2, finished video with non-brass-version of the song (shown at Live Aid)
                    - Dancing In The Street 3 (Ivy Hunter/William Stevenson/Marvin Gaye) -version
                         3, finished video with finished version of the song

850630A  30th June: Swedish radio (P3) ‘Käre Keith Richards’, incl.
                   - Worried Life Blues (John Estes/Major Merriweather) -Toronto 3/77
                   - Little Queenie (Chuck Berry) -Salute!, Los Angeles 16.7.83
                   + host Bengt Andersson reads from letters which KR wrote to him
                   Note: Re-aired on Swedish Radio SR Minnen on August 20, 2008.

850700A  July: LONE JUSTICE.
                   12" single (Geffen TX 6426). Producer: Jimmy Iovine. Sound engineer: Shelly
                    Yakus. Recorded in New York City, The Power Station in August 1984.
                    [A: Sweet, Sweet Baby (Maria McKee/B. Tench/Steven Van Zandt) -Remix]
                    [B: Pass It On (Maria McKee)]
                    B: Go 'Way Little Boy (Bob Dylan)
                    Line-up: RW (gtr)/Bob Dylan (gtr)/Maria McKee (voc, harm)/Ryan Hedgecock
                                   (gtr)/Marvin Etzioni (bass, bvoc)/Don Heffington (dr)/Benmont Tench
                                   (org, p, wurlitzer)

850700B  early Summer: MICK JAGGER. New York City, unidentified studio. Producers:
                    Rick Chertoff and William Wittman. Recording with The Hooters as backing
                    band:
                    - Hard Woman III (MJ) -new single version
                   Line-up ‘Hard Woman: MJ (voc)/David Uosikkinen (dr)/Eric Bazilian (gtr)/
                                 John Milley (gtr)/Rob Miller (bass)/Rob Hyman (keyb)

850704A  4th July: US radio (NBC) 'Rock Of Your Life'. Host: Charlie Kendall. Incl.
                   - interview with BW
                   - interview with Little Richard (about the Stones)
                   - interview with MJ
                   - interview with KR
                   - interview with BJ
                   Note: Repeated in a revised and slightly shortened version on July 4, 1986.

850704B  4th - 7th July: US radio (Westwood One) 'Time On Our Side'. Host: Roger Daltrey.
                   Rolling Stones-special (six hours), incl.
                   - interview with MJ & RW by Mary Turner (Summer 1980)
                   - interview with KR by Mary Turner (Spring 1981)
                   - interview with BW by Mary Turner (Summer 1980)

850708A  8th July onwards: MICK JAGGER. New York City, S.I.R. Studios. MJ rehearses
                   with Hall & Oates (and their band) for the upcoming ‘Live Aid’-gig. Unverified.
                   - complete Live Aid-set (see 850713B)
                   + Beast Of Burden (MJ/KR) -unconfirmed
                   Line-up: MJ (voc)/Daryl Hall (keyb)/John Dates (gtr, bvoc)/G.E. Smith (gtr)/
                                  T-Bone Wolk (bass)/Mickey Curry (dr)/Charlie De Chant (sax, keyb)

850708B  8th July: US TV (ABC) ‘Good Morning America’, incl.
                    - You Never Can Tell (Chuck Berry) -from WATPB-video 03.85
                    - interview with BW by Joan Lunden (from London, via satellite)

850711A  11th July: LONNIE MACK. New York City, Lone Star Café
                    - Lonely Man (Benny Benjamin/Sol Marcus)
                    - The Things That I Used To Do (Edward Jones)
                    Line-up: KR (gtr)/RW (gtr)/Lonnie Mack (voc, gtr)/& 3-men backing band
                    Note: Soundboard recording was made.

850711B  11th July: Canadian TV (City TV) 'The New Music'. Host: Laurie Brown. Incl.
                    - interview with BW (in London)
                    Note: Aired on a later date.

850712A  12th July: MICK JAGGER & TINA TURNER. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, John F.
                    Kennedy Stadium. MJ, Tina Turner and Hall & Oates rehearse together.

850712B  12th July: BOB DYLAN. New York City, basement of Ron Wood’s house.
                    Rehearsals for the upcoming ‘Live Aid’-concert.
                    tape 1:
                    - Ballad Of Hollis Brown (Bob Dylan)
                    - Girl From The North Country (Bob Dylan)
                    - Blowin’ In The Wind (Bob Dylan)
                    - Trouble (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller) -intro, played by RW, broken off
                    tape 2:
                    - Blowin’ In The Wind 1(Bob Dylan)
                    - Baby Better Talk To Me ( ) -title unsure
                    - Ballad Of Hollis Brown 1 (Bob Dylan)
                    - Careless Ethiopians (Toots Hibbert)
                    - discussion about Mick Taylor
                    - Blowin’ In The Wind 2 (Bob Dylan)
                    - Ballad Of Hollis Brown 2 (Bob Dylan)
                    - Little Maggie/Ballad Of Hollis Brown 3 (Trad.)/(Bob Dylan)
                    - Ballad Of Hollis Brown 4 (Bob Dylan)
                    - Ballad Of Hollis Brown 5 (Bob Dylan)
                    - When The Ship Comes In 1 (Bob Dylan)
                    - When The Ship Comes In 2 (Bob Dylan)
                    - Dark Eyes 1 (Bob Dylan)
                    - Dark Eyes 2 (Bob Dylan)
                    - Dark Eyes 3/Freight Train (Bob Dylan)(Trad.)
                    - Ballad Of Hollis Brown 6 (Bob Dylan)
                    Line-up: KR (gtr, voc)/RW (gtr, voc)/Bob Dylan (gtr, voc)

850713A  13th July: US TV (MTV) ‘Live Aid’, Philadelphia, J.F.K. Stadium, backstage
                    - interview with MJ by Alan Hunter

850713B  13th July: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, John F. Kennedy Stadium, 'Live Aid' (benefit
                   concert for the starving people in Africa), incl.
                   MICK JAGGER & DAVID BOWIE:
                   - Dancing In The Street (Ivy Hunter/William Stevenson/Marvin Gaye) -world premiere
                       of the promo video (version 2)
                   MICK JAGGER:
                   - Lonely At The Top (MJ/KR)
                   - Just Another Night (MJ)
                   - Miss You (MJ/KR)
                   MICK JAGGER & TINA TURNER:
                   - State Of Shock/It’s Only Rock’n Roll (Michael Jackson/Randy Hansen)(MJ/KR)
                   Line-up: MJ (voc)/Tina Turner (voc)/Daryl Hall (keyb)/John Oates (gtr, bvoc)/
                                  G.E. Smith (gtr)/T-Bone Wolk (bass)/Mickey Curry (dr)/Charlie De
                                  Chant (sax, keyb)/Eddie Kendricks (bvoc)/David Ruffin (bvoc)
                   BOB DYLAN:
                   - Ballad Of Hollis Brown (Bob Dylan)
                   - When The Ship Comes In (Bob Dylan)
                   - Blowin’ In The Wind (Bob Dylan)
                   Line-up: KR (gtr)/RW (gtr)/Bob Dylan (gtr, voc, harm)
                   USA FOR AFRICA:
                   - We Are The World (Michael Jackson/Lionel Richie)
                   Line-up: MJ (bvoc)/Lionel Richie (voc)/Harry Belafonte (voc)/Pat Benatar (voc)/
                                  Dionne Warwick (voc)/Kenny Loggins (voc)/Patti LaBelle (voc)/& nearly
                                  everyone at J.F.K.Stadium (bvoc)
                   Note: Broadcast and televised live all over the world.
                             Released on DVD in 2004 (see 041108A).

850715A  15th July: US TV (ABC) ‘Good Morning America’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ & Tina Turner by Steve Fox (backstage at Live Aid 13.07.)

850715B  15th July: MICK JAGGER. Los Angeles. Shooting of a promo film. Director: ?.
                    Created by Digital Productions.
                    - Hard Woman (MJ)

850715C  15th July: US TV (syndicated) ‘Entertainment Tonight’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ (backstage at Live Aid, Philadelphia 13.07.)

850716A  16th July - 17th August (with breaks): New York City, RPM Studios. Producer: The
                    Glimmer Twins & Steve Lillywhite. Sound engineer: Dave Jerden.
                    Additional musicians: Jimmy Page (gtr on ‘One Hit’, 16th & 17th July)/Bobby
                    Womack (gtr on ‘Back To Zero’ & ‘Hold Back’, bvoc on ‘Harlem Shuffle’,
                    ‘Strictly Memphis’, ‘‘One Hit’)/Don Covay (bvoc on ‘One Hit’)/Jimmy Cliff
                    (bvoc on ‘Too Rude’)/Beverly D’Angelo (bvoc on ‘One Hit’)/Kirsty MacColl
                    (bvoc)/Patti Scialfa (bvoc on ‘One Hit’)/Tom Waits (bvoc on ‘Harlem Shuffle’)/
                    Chuck Leavell (keyb, synth, dr)/Ivan Neville (bass on ‘Hold Back’)/Anton Fig,
                    Charley Drayton and Steve Jordan (all dr and/or perc)/Alan Rogan (gtr)/Janice
                    Pendarvis (bvoc)/Dolette McDonald (bvoc)/John Regan (bass)/Dan Collette
                    (horns)/Philippe Saisse (keyb)/Jon Moss (dr)/Danny Kortchmar (gtr)/Paul
                    Shaffer (keyb)/Marku Ribas (perc on ‘Back To Zero’)/The Uptown Horns (brass).
                    - Baby You’re Too Much III (MJ/KR) -with Bobby Keys on sax
                    - Deep Love II (MJ/KR) -MJ on vocals; unverified
                    - Fight III (MJ/KR/RW) -instrumental
                    - Harlem Shuffle III (Bob Relf/Ernest Nelson) -finished intro, with bvoc
                    - Hold Back I (MJ/KR) -unverified
                    - Nobody’s Perfect (MJ/KR) -unverified
                    - One Hit IV (MJ/KR/RW) -nearly finished music, alternate lyrics
                    - One Hit V (MJ/KR/RW) -version IV with backing vocals
                    - Sending Out Invitations (a/k/a Invitation)(RW/Bobby Womack) -Bobby
                         Womack & Don Covay on vocals; as "side-project" The Podiums
                    - Sleep Tonight II (MJ/KR) -version I with additional guitars
                    - Strictly Memphis III (MJ/KR) -first duet-version (w. Bobby Womack)
                    - Strictly Memphis IV (MJ/KR) -version III with additional vocals
                    - Too Rude II (Lydon Roberts/Sly Dunbar/Robbie Shakespeare) -early take, much
                         shorter than take I
                    - Too Rude III (Lydon Roberts/Sly Dunbar/Robbie Shakespeare) -version II with
                         backing vocals
                    - What Am I Gonna Do With Your Love II (MJ/KR) -with additional backing
                         vocals
                    - Winning Ugly I (MJ/KR) -early version with different lyrics
                    - Winning Ugly II (MJ/KR) -early version, longer than I with additional bass

850719A  19th July: TOM WAITS. New York City, Quadrasonic Studio. Producer: Tom Waits.
                    Sound engineer: Robert Musso.
                    - Big Black Mariah (Tom Waits)
                    - Blind Love (Tom Waits) -Robert Quine on guitar, Ross Levinson on violin
                    - Good Dogwood (Tom Waits or KR/Tom Waits) -unverified
                    - Motel Girl (Tom Waits or KR/Tom Waits) -unverified
                    - Union Square (Tom Waits) -Michael Blair on drums, Ralph Carney on sax
                    + probably one more
                    Line-up: KR (gtr, bvoc)/Tom Waits (voc, gtr)/Larry Taylor (bass)/
                                   Stephen Arvizu Taylor Hodges (dr)

850725A  25th July: DON COVAY. New York City, Giant Sound Studios. Producer:?
                   Additional musicians: KR and RW.

850725B  25th July: US radio (Radio International). Mick Jagger-special (120 min.).

850728A  28th July: Austrian TV (ORF2) ‘Ohne Maulkorb Spezial’, "Jagger Richards - eine
                   Gegenüberstellung" , incl.
                   - interview with KR by Rudi Dolezal (in Paris, ca. Spring 1985)
                   - interview with MJ by Hannes Rossacher (in Paris, CBS-office, February 1985)
                   + footage from the making of 'Running Out Of Luck'-movie, Brazil 12.84

850800A  Summer?: New York City, RW’s home studio.
                    - Will You Love Me Tomorrow (Gerry Goffin/Carole King) -unverified
                    Musicians: RW, KR and Jo Wood

850800B  Summer: GUIDO TOFFOLETTI.
                   LP ‘No Compromise’ (Appaloosa AP 048). Producers: Moon Record and Guido
                   Toffoletti. Recorded in early 1984 in London, Scarf Studios. With STU on piano on:
                   - You Know The Reason Why (Guido Toffoletti)
                   - Try Just One More Time (Guido Toffoletti)
                   - Let Me Hold You Tight (Guido Toffoletti) -MT on guitar
                   - The Same Old Story (Guido Toffoletti)
                   Note: For all other info, see 840100A.

850800C  early August: NONA HENDRYX.
                   LP ‘The Heat’ (RCA PL 85465). Producers: Bernard Edwards, Jason Corsaro and
                   Nona Hendryx. Recorded in New York City, The Power Station on the 20th March
                   1985. With KR on guitar on:
                   - Rock This House (Nona Hendryx)
                   Note: For all other info see 850320B.

850800D  August: BLUES ‘N’ TROUBLE. London, Tin Pan Alley Studios.
                   Producer and sound engineer: Neil Brockbank.
                   - All My Love In Vain (Rice Miller)
                   - Clock On The Wall (Tim Elliott/Blues ‘N’ Trouble)
                   - Madison Blues (Elmore James)
                   - Red Hot (Billy Emerson)
                   - You Ain't Nothing But Fine (Sidney Simien/Floyd Soileau) -under title Fine
                        Fine Fine
                   Line-up: STU (p)/Dave Neill (gtr, voc)/John Bruce (gtr)/Tim Elliott (voc, harm)/
                                  Alan Scott (bass)/Sean Scott (dr)

850801A  1st August: US TV (NBC) ‘Late Night With David Letterman’, incl.
                    - interview with BW by David Letterman

850808A  8th August: US TV (NBC) ‘Friday Night Videos’, New York, Panavideo Studios.
                    Telerecording.
                    - interview with BW

850808B  8th August: PHANTOM, ROCKER & SLICK. New York, Media Sound Studios.
                   Producer: Steve Thompson and Michael Barbiero. Sound engineer: Michael Barbiero.
                   - My Mistake (Slim Jim Phantom/Lee Rocker)
                   Line-up: KR (gtr)/Lee Rocker (voc, bass)/Slim Jim Phantom (dr, bvoc)/
                                  Earl Slick (gtr, bvoc)

850810A  10th August (early Morning): New York City, RPM Studios. Unverified jam-session.
                    - Bring It On Home To Me (Sam Cooke)
                    - Having A Party (Sam Cooke)
                    - Your Cheatin’ Heart (Hank Williams)
                    - A Natural Man (Gerry Goffin/Carole King/Jerry Wexler)
                    - Satisfaction (MJ/KR)
                    - Time Is On My Side (Jerry Ragavoy/Jimmy Norman)
                    Line-up: KR (gtr, p voc)/RW (bass)/CW (dr)/Bobby Womack (gtr, voc)/
                                   Don Covay (voc)

850811A  11th August: Austrian TV (ORF2) ‘Ohne Maulkorb Spezial' "Hilfe die Alten kommen",
                    incl. MJ, KR and BW.

850814A  14th August: German TV (ZDF) ‘exclusiv’, incl.
                    - footage of MJ at ‘Vogue’-party in Paris

850800E  mid-August: WILLIE AND THE POOR BOYS.
                   7" single (Mercury 884 034-7). Producer: BW. Sound engineer: Stuart Epps.
                   A: Revenue Man (Johnny Paycheck)
                   A: These Arms Of Mine (Otis Redding)
                   Line-up: see 850425A.                 
                   Note: Double A-sided single.

850819A  19th August: DAVID BOWIE & MICK JAGGER.
                   7" single (EMI America EA 204). Producers: Clive Langer & Alan Winstanley
                   A: Dancing In The Street (Ivy Hunter/William Stevenson/Marvin Gaye) -
                         Clearmountain Mix
                   B: Dancing In The Street (Ivy Hunter/William Stevenson/Marvin Gaye) -Instrumental

850819B  19th August: DAVID BOWIE & MICK JAGGER.
                   12" single (EMI America 12EA 204). Producers: Clive Langer & Alan Winstanley.
                   A: Dancing In The Street (Ivy Hunter/William Stevenson/Marvin Gaye) -
                           Steve Thompson Mix
                   B: Dancing In The Street (Ivy Hunter/William Stevenson/Marvin Gaye) -Dub Version
                   B: Dancing In The Street (Ivy Hunter/William Stevenson/Marvin Gaye) -Edit
                   Note: For all other info, see 850629A.

850829A  29th August: US TV (CBS) ‘Nightwatch’, incl.
                   - interview with BW (from London via satellite)

850902A  2nd September: UK TV (Sky Channel) ‘Sky Trax Magazine’, incl.
                   - interview with BW by Amanda Redington (Video Café, London, 6.6.85)

850910A  10th September - 15th October: New York, RPM Studios & 15th November - 5th
                   December: Right Track Studios. Producers: The Glimmer Twins & Steve Lillywhite.
                   Sound engineer: Dave Jerden. Mixing and editing of the upcoming album ‘Dirty Work’.
                  - Back To Zero II (MJ/KR/Chuck Leavell) -Dirty Work-version
                  - Back To Zero III (MJ/KR/Chuck Leavell) -faded promo-version
                  - Dirty Work III (MJ/KR/RW) -Dirty Work-version
                  - Fight IV (MJ/KR/RW) -Dirty Work-version
                  - Had It With You IV (MJ/KR/RW) -’Dirty Work’-version
                  - Harlem Shuffle IV (Bob Relf/Ernest Nelson) -Dirty Work-version
                  - Harlem Shuffle V (Bob Relf/Ernest Nelson) -12" NY Mix, remixed by Steve
                       Thompson and Michael Barbiero
                  - Harlem Shuffle VI (Bob Relf/Ernest Nelson) -12" London Mix, remixed by Steve
                       Lillywhite
                  - Hold Back II (MJ/KR) -Dirty Work-version
                  - One Hit VI (MJ/KR/RW) -Dirty Work-version
                  - One Hit VII (MJ/KR/RW) -faded promo-version
                  - One Hit VIII (MJ/KR/RW) -12" London Mix, remixed by Steve Lillywhite
                  - One Hit IX (MJ/KR/RW) -12" Edit
                  - Sleep Tonight III (MJ/KR) -Dirty Work-version
                  - Too Rude IV (Lydon Roberts/Sly Dunbar/Robbie Shakespeare) -Dirty Work-version
                  - Winning Ugly III (MJ/KR) -Dirty Work-version
                  - Winning Ugly IV (MJ/KR) -7" shortened promo-version
                  - Winning Ugly V (MJ/KR) -12" London Mix, remixed by Steve Lillywhite
                  - Winning Ugly VI (MJ/KR) -12" NY Nix, remixed by Francois Kevorkian
                  Note: All singles-remixes were probably done at later dates.

850912A  12th September: UK TV (BBC2) ‘Arena’, "The Real Buddy Holly Story". Incl.
                   - interview with KR
                   - Not Fade Away (Charles Hardin Holley/Norman Petty) -NME London
                       26.4.64, part only
                   Note: Released on video in August 1986 (see 860800C).

850913A  13th September: German TV (SFB) ‘Berliner Abendschau’. Berlin ‘65-review.
                    - Stones arrival on Tegel-airport
                    - Everybody Needs Somebody To Love (Bert Russell/Solomon Burke/Jerry Wexler)
                         -Berlin 15.9.65, part only
                    - interview with Heinrich Albertz (Senator for Security and Order, 1965)
                    - interview with DJ Hans-Dieter Frankenberg

850930A  30th September: TOM WAITS.
                   LP ‘Rain Dogs’ (Island 207 085-620). Producer: Tom Waits. Incl.
                   - Big Black Mariah (Tom Waits) -KR on guitar
                   - Union Square (Tom Waits) -KR on guitar
                   - Blind Love (Tom Waits) -KR on guitar and backing vocals
                   Note: For all other info, see 850719A.

851000A  October: UK TV ( ) ‘British Pop Awards’. With BW.

851012A  12th October: ARTISTS UNITED AGAINST APARTHEID. New York City,
                   Right Track Studios. Producers: Arthur Baker and Steven Van Zandt.
                   Sound engineers: Dave Jerden and/or Keith Le Blanc.
                   - Silver And Gold (Bono Vox)
                   Line-up: KR (gtr)/RW (gtr)/Bono (voc)/Dave Jerden (perc)/Keith Le Blanc (dr)/
                                  Robert Palmer (clarinette)

851017A  17th October: European TV (Music Box) 'A Music Box Special'. A.R.M.S.-special.
                   Report from the Willie And The Poor Boys video shootings, incl.
                   - interview with Kenney Jones by Gaz Top (Fulham Town Hall 12.3.85)
                   - interview with RW & Andy Fairweather-Low by Gaz Top (Fulham Town Hall
                        12.3.85)
                   - interview with Geraint Watkins & Mickey Gee by Gaz Top (Fulham Town Hall
                        12.3.85)
                   - interview with John Entwistle by Gaz Top (Fulham Town Hall 12.3.85)
                   - interview with Chris Rea by Gaz Top (Fulham Town Hall 12.3.85)
                   - interview with BW by Gaz Top (Fulham Town Hall 12.3.85)
                   - Baby Please Don’t Go (Mary Johnson) -from WATPB-video 11.&12.03.85

851018A  18th October: BOBBY WOMACK. New York City, Beacon Theater (2nd show)
                    - It’s All Over Now (Bobby and Shirley Womack) -unverified
                    Line-up: RW (gtr)/Bobby Womack (voc, gtr)/& unidentified others

851025A  25th October: ALL STAR BAND. Los Angeles, Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre,
                   ‘30th Anniversary Of Rock’n Roll All Star Jam’.
                   BO DIDDLEY (gtr, voc)
                   - interview with RW and Bo Diddley
                   - Who Do You Love (Ellas McDaniel)
                   - Bo Diddley’s A Gunslinger (Ellas McDaniel)
                   CHUCK BERRY (gtr, voc):
                   - My Ding-A-Ling (Chuck Berry)
                   - Destination (Chuck Berry)
                   - Rock’n Roll Music (Chuck Berry)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr)/Carl Wilson, John Hammond and Carmine Grillo (gtr)/Chuck
                                  Negron, Ronnie Lane, Barbara Paige and Aniyah Shockley (bvoc)/Kenney
                                  Jones, Carmine Appice, Mitch Mitchell and Mick Fleetwood (dr, perc)/Bill
                                  Champlin (keyb)/John Mayall (keyb, harm, bvoc)/Phil Chen, John Lodge and
                                  Rudy Sarzo (bass)/Bobby Keys, Phil Kenzie, Lee Thornberg and Mike
                                  Chicowitz (horns)/Jimmy Zavala (sax, harm)
                   Note: The whole show was telerecorded by US TV (HBO) and televised on a later
                             date. It was also released on video in 1989 (Castle Hendring HEN 2188) and
                             on DVD (Pioneer Artists PA-99-564) in 1999 and on CD in 2008 (see 080718A)..

851026A  26th October: UK TV (Channel 4), incl.
                   BW at an audience with Brian Connolly.

851100A  November: MICK JAGGER.
                   7" single (CBS A 6494, Germany). Producers: Rick Chertoff and William Wittman (A),
                   MJ and Bill Laswell (B). Side A was recorded with The Hooters as backing band
                    probably in New York, early Summer 1985.
                    A: Hard Woman (MJ) -new version
                    B: Lonely At The Top (MJ/KR)
                  Line-up ‘Hard Woman (new version): MJ (voc)/David Uosikkinen (dr)/Eric
                                Bazilian (gtr)/John Milley (gtr)/Rob Miller (bass)/Rob Hyman (keyb)
                  Line-up’Lonely At The Top’: see 850225B.

851100B  November: MICK JAGGER.
                   12" single (CBS A 12.6494, Germany). Producers: Rick Chertoff and Willian Wittman
                   (A), MJ and Bill Laswell (B).
                   A: Hard Woman (MJ) -’She’s The Boss’-version
                   B: Hard Woman (MJ) -new version
                   B: Lonely At The Top (MJ/KR)

851100C  November: PHANTOM, ROCKER & SLICK.
                   LP ‘Phantom, Rocker & Slick’ (EMI America 240430 1). Producers: Steve
                   Thompson & Michael Barbiero. With KR on guitar on:
                   - My Mistake (Slim Jim Phantom/Lee Rocker)
                   Note: For all other info, 850808B.

851100D  November: ARTISTS UNITED AGAINST APARTHEID.
                   LP ‘Sun City’ (EMI 24 0467 1). Producers: Arthur Baker and Steven Van Zandt.
                   With KR and RW on guitar on:
                   - Silver And Gold (Bono Vox)
                   Note: For all other info, see 851012A.

851103A  3rd November: UK TV (LWT) ‘Sunday Sunday’, incl.
                    - interview with BW

851114A  14th November: Austrian radio (Ö3) ‘Teestunde Spezial’, incl.
                    - interview with BW

851114B  14th November: Vienna, Austria, premiere of the movie ‘Echo Park’.
                    Director: Robert Dornhelm. Musical adviser and co-producer: BW.
                    Starring: Tom Hulce, Susan Dey, Christopher Walker, Cheech Marin.
                    Note: For BW's musical contributions to the movie, see 860000F and 860600B.
                              The movie was released on video in 1986 (Vestron VA 16630).

851117A  17th November: Austrian TV (ORF2) ‘Ohne Maulkorb Spezial’, "Welcome To The
                    Boomtown". Special on ‘Echo Park’-movie, incl.
                    - interview with BW (& Terry Taylor) (BW's home, Gedding Hall)
                    - Give And Take (BW/John Wilson) -BW on keyboards, part only
                    + footage from ‘Digital Dreams’-movie

851118A  18th November: CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. London, Ronnie Scott’s (1st
                    show)

851118B  18th November: CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. London, Ronnie Scott’s (2nd
                    show)

851100F  November: UK TV (ITV) ‘Thames News’, Ronnie Scott’s-report, incl.
                   - interview with CW by Susan Crimp (Ronnie Scott's, London 18.11.)
                   - interview with MJ by Susan Crimp (Ronnie Scott's, London 18.11.)

851119A  19th November: CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. London, Ronnie Scott’s (1st
                    show)

851119B  19th November: CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. London, Ronnie Scott’s (2nd
                    show)

851119C  19th November: UK TV (ITV) ‘News At Ten’, incl.
                    Report about BW’s and CW’s meeting with Lady Diana Spencer.

851119D  19th November: New York, The China Club. Jam session. Unverified. Incl.
                    - China Girl (David Bowie/Iggy Pop)
                    - Let’s Dance (David Bowie)
                    - Gimme Some Lovin’ (Steve Winwood/Muff Winwood/Spencer Davis)
                    Line-up: RW (gtr)/David Bowie (voc)/Iggy Pop (voc)/Steve Winwood (keyb, voc)/
                                   Carlos Alomar (gtr)/Carmine Rojas (bass)/& others

851120A  20th November: UK TV (TV-am) ‘Good Morning Britain’, incl.
                   Report about BW’s and CW’s meeting with Lady Diana Spencer.

851120B  20th November: CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. London, Ronnie Scott’s (1st
                    show)

851120C  20th November: CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. London, Ronnie Scott’s (2nd
                    show)

851121A  21st November: CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. London, Ronnie Scott’s (1st
                    show)

851121B  21st November: CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. London, Ronnie Scott’s (2nd
                    show)

851121C  21st November: Swiss radio (Radio 24) ‘Musicbox’, incl.
                    - interview with Felix Aeppli (about his book ‘Heart Of Stone’)
                    - Do You Think I Really Care (MJ/KR/RW) -outtake Paris, 1.-3.78

851122A  22nd November: CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. London, Ronnie Scott’s (1st
                    show)

851122B  22nd November: CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. London, Ronnie Scott’s (2nd
                    show)

851123A  23rd November: CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. London, Ronnie Scott’s (1st
                   show)
                   - Sky Liner (Charlie Barnet)
                   - Robbins Nest (Sir Charles Thompson/Illinois Jacquet)
                   - Love Me Or Leave Me (Gus Kahn/Walter Donaldson) -Julie Dennis on vocals
                   - unknown ( )
                   - Flamingo (Ted Grouya/Edmund Anderson)
                   - Spring Can Really Hang You Up The Most (Wolf/Landesman/Algren)
                   - Lover Man (Jimmy Davis/Roger Ramirez/Jimmy Sherman)
                   - Lester Leaps In (Lester Young)

851123B  23rd November: CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. London, Ronnie Scott’s (2nd
                    show)
                    - Stompin’ At The Savoy (Benny Goodman/Chick Webb/Edgar Sampson)
                    - Prelude To A Kiss (Duke Ellington/Irving Gordon/Irving Mills)
                    - I Love Paris (Cole Porter) -Julie Dennis on vocals
                    - Midnight Sun (Lionel Hampton/Sonny Burke)
                    - Jumpin’ With Symphony Sid (Lester Young)
                    - Skylark (Hoagy Carmichael/Johnny Mercer)
                    - unknown ( )
                    - When You’re Smiling (Mark Fisher/Joe Goodwin/Larry Shay)
                    - You’ve Changed (Bill Carey/Carl Fischer) -Julie Dennis on vocals
                    - Flying Home (Benny Goodman/Lionel Hampton/S. Robin)

851123C  23rd November: BILL WYMAN. probably London, BW's home studio
                   - Spirit In the Sky I (Norman Greenbaum) -instrumental demo
                   Line-up: BW (bass, keyb)/Terry Taylor (gtr; maybe keyb)
                   Note: Officialy released in April 2013 (see 130400A).

851124A  24th November: CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. London, Albany Empire

851126A  26th November: BILL WYMAN. probably London, BW's home studio
                   - Spirit In the Sky II (Norman Greenbaum) -demo
                   Line-up: BW (bass, voc, keyb)/Terry Taylor (gtr; maybe keyb)
                   Note: Officialy released in April 2013 (see 130400A).

851130A  30th November: UK radio (BBC1) ‘Stones At The Beeb’. Host: Andy Peebles.
                   Songs from the archives of BBC, originally aired in the 60’s.
                    - Come On (Chuck Berry) -Saturday Club 23.9.63
                    - Memphis, Tennessee (Chuck Berry) -Saturday Club 23.9.63
                    - interview with BW (from 1985)
                     - Roll Over Beethoven (Chuck Berry) -Saturday Club 23.9.63
                    - Not Fade Away (Charles Holley/Norman Petty) -BBC 10.4.64 or 13.4.64
                    - Down The Road Apiece (Tony Raye) -Top Gear 1.3.65
                    - interview with Ian Grant
                    - Route 66 (Bobby Troup) -Saturday Club 19.3.64
                    - Cops And Robbers (Kent L. Harris) -Saturday Club 19.3.64
                    - You Better Move On (Arthur Alexander) -Saturday Club 19.3.64
                    - Mona (Ellas McDaniel) -Saturday Club 19.3.64
                    - Everybody Needs Somebody To Love (Bert Russell/Solomon Burke/Jerry
                         Wexler) -Top Gear 1.3.65
                    - The Last Time (MJ/KR) -Top Gear 1.3.65
                    - interview with MJ & BJ by Brian Matthew  (Top Gear 1.3.65)
                    - Mercy Mercy (Don Covay/Ron Miller) -Yeh Yeh 20.8.65
                    - interview with MJ (1964 or 1965)
                    - Cry To Me (Bert Russell) -Saturday Club 20.8.65
                    - Fannie Mae (Buster Brown) -Saturday Club 20.8.65
                    - interview with MJ (20.8.1965)
                    - Satisfaction (MJ/KR) -Yeh Yeh 20.8.65
                    - 2120 South Michigan Avenue (Nanker Phelge) -Rhythm & Blues 8.10.64
                    Note: Repeated (allegedly in a revised version) on The Stereo Sequence on
                              January 31, 1987 (see 870131A) and also on BFBS on October 10, 1987.

851130B  30th November: TINA TURNER. Charlotte, North Carolina, Coliseum
                   - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR) -unverified
                   Line-up: MJ (voc)/Tina Turner (voc)/& Tina Turner’s band

851100G  November or December: London, Hotel Savoy.
                   - interview with KR by Mat Snow
                   Note: Released on CD in December 2016 (see 161200A).

851208A  8th December: UK radio (BBC1) ‘From Punk To Present’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ

851209A  9th December: CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. London, Fulham Town Hall
                   - Stompin’ At The Savoy (Benny Goodman/Chick Webb/Edgar Sampson)
                   - Robbins Nest (Sir Charles Thompson/Illinois Jacquet)
                   - Prelude To A Kiss (Duke Ellington/Irving Gordon/Irving Mills)
                   - You’ve Changed (Bill Carey/Carl Fischer) -Julie Dennis on vocals
                   - Lester Leaps In (Lester Young)
                   - Moonglow (Will Hudson/Edgar DeLange/Irving Mills)
                   - Scrapple From The Apple (Charlie Parker)
                   - Spring Can Really Hang You Up The Most (Thomas J. Wolf Jr./Frances
                        Landesman/Nelson Algren) -Cail Dorsey on vocals
                   - Midnight Sun (Lionel Hampton/Sonny Burke)
                   - Flying Home (Benny Goodman/Lionel Hampton/Sid Robin)
                   Line-up: CW (dr)/all other musicians see 860323B
                   Note: Recorded by UK TV and televised in July 1986 in ‘Celebration Jazz’.

851210A  10th December: US TV (MTV) 'London Calling', incl.
                    - interview with BW by Steve Blacknell (while playing table tennis)

851211A  11th December: ROCKET 88. Nottingham, England, Old Vic Tavern
                   Note: Last gig of Ian ‘STU’ Stewart, who died on December 12.

851212A  12th December: Swiss TV (SRG) ‘Karussell’, incl.
                    - interview with Felix Aeppli (about his book) by Kurt Schaad
                    - Brown Sugar (MJ/KR) -Bern 25.9.73 (with dubbed music), part only
                    - Hang Fire (MJ/KR)-Cologne 4.7.82, from private video, part only
                    - She’s So Cold (MJ/KR) -London 26.6.82, part only

851214A  14th December: German radio (SWF3), incl.
                    A tribute to Ian 'STU' Stewart (who passed away on December 12, 1985)

851200A  December: UK TV (TV-am) ‘Good Morning Britain’, incl.
                   - interview with BW and Pete Townshend by Anne Diamond & Nick Owen

851220A  20th December: London, Eric Clapton’s house.
                    KR, RW, MJ and Eric Clapton jam together (unverified)

851222A  22nd December: ALL STAR BAND. London, Dominion Theatre, 'Snow Ball
                   Revue', incl.
                   - Je Suis Un Rock Star (BW) -with BW on bass and vocals; unverified
                   Note: Charity concert, put together by Pete Townshend, in aid of Chiswick
                             Women's Rescue Centre.

851224A  24th December: US radio (NBC) ‘Countdown To Christmas’. Host: Billy Crystal.
                    - interview with MJ
                    - interview with BW
                    - interview with RW

850000C  late 1985: BLUES ‘N’ TROUBLE.
                   7"-single (Ammunition Communications BNT 4). Producer and sound engineer:
                   Neil Brockbank. Recorded at London, Tin Pan Alley Studios in August. With
                   STU on piano on:
                   A: You Ain't Nothing But Fine (Sidney Simien/Floyd Soileau) -under title Fine
                          Fine Fine
                   B: [- Free To Ride (John Bruce/Dave Neill)]
                   B: Red Hot (Billy Emerson) -non-album-track
                   Line-up: STU (p)/Dave Neill (gtr, voc)/John Bruce (gtr)/Tim Elliott (voc,
                                  harm)/Alan Scott (bass)/Sean Scott (dr)
                   Note: Red Hot is not available elsewhere. See also 860000A.

850000D  1985 or 1986: VARIOUS ARTISTS.
                    2 LP's 'The Wonderful Wireless - The Ads' (Telmak TMAK 1140, -Australia).
                    Incl.
                   - MJ appeal for Australian Freedom From Hunger Campaign 1969 (recorded in
                        Summer 1969 in or near Canberra, Australia)