1986

860000A  1986: BLUES ‘N’ TROUBLE.
                   LP ‘No Minor Keys’ (Ammunition Communications BNTLP2). Producer and sound
                   engineer: Neil Brockbank. Recorded in August 1985 in London, Tin Pan Alley
                   Studios. With STU on piano on four tracks:
                  - Fine Fine Fine (Sidney Semien/Floyd C. Soileau)
                  - All My Love In Vain (Rice Miller)
                  - Clock On The Wall (Tim Elliott/Blues ‘N’ Trouble)
                  - Madison Blues (Elmore James)
                  Note: For all other info see 850800D.

860000B 1986: THE BLUES BAND.
                   LP ‘These Kind Of Blues’ (Date Records DALP 4.00160 J, -West-Germany).
                   Producer: Tom McGuiness. Incl. one track recorded around 1981 at The Nova
                   Suite, London.
                   - Bad Penny Blues (Humphrey Lyttelton)
                   Line-up: CW (dr)/STU (p)/Paul Jones (harm)/Dave Green (bass)
                   Note: Originally recorded for a never released Paul Jones solo-single.

860000C  1986: Release of the video ‘Creepers’ (Palace Virgin PVC 2075A).
                    The movie includes two tracks by BW & Terry Taylor:
                    - Valley (BW)
                    - Valley Bolero (BW)
                    Note: For more info, see 850131A & 850200A.

860000D  1986: VARIOUS ARTISTS.
                    LP ‘Blues On 2’ (BBC Records REN 610). Incl.
                    - All My Love In Vain (Rice Miller) -by Blues ‘N’ Trouble
                    Line-up: STU (p)/Dave Neill (gtr, voc)/John Bruce (gtr)/Tim Elliott (voc, harm)/
                                   Alan Scott (bass)/Sean Scott (dr)
                    Note: Taken from an unidentified BBC2 'Rhythm And Blues'-session.

860000E 1986: PSYCHIC TV. Promovideo for ‘Godstar’. Incl. archival footage of BJ.

860000F 1986: TOM HULCE.
                  7"-single (Ariola 108 261-100, -West-Germany). Producers: BW & Harald Kloser.
                  Recorded at Soundstudio Maeser, Dornbirn, Austria and Marcus Music, London.
                  A: Echo Park (Harald Kloser/Heli Burtscher)
                  B: Echo Park (Harald Kloser/Heli Burtscher) -Dance Version
                  Line-up: BW (synth, drum programming)/Tom Hulce (voc)/Bennie Bilgeri (gtr)/
                                 Heli Burtscher (bass)/Harald Kloser (keyb)/Tony Heidegger (sax)/
                                 Maggie, Miriam and Jeff (bvoc)

860000G 1986: TOM HULCE.
                  12"-single (Ariola 608 261, -West-Germany). Producers: BW & Harald Kloser.
                  Recorded at Soundstudio Maeser, Dornbirn, Austria and Marcus Music, London.
                  A: Echo Park (Harald Kloser/Heli Burtscher) -Dance Mix
                  B: Echo Park (Harald Kloser/Heli Burtscher) -L.A. Mix
                  B: Echo Park (Harald Kloser/Heli Burtscher) -Instrumental
                  Line-up: BW (synth, drum programming)/Tom Hulce (voc)/Bennie Bilgeri (gtr)/
                                 Heli Burtscher (bass)/Harald Kloser (keyb)/Tony Heidegger (sax)
                  Note: The L.A. Mix is only slightly different to the regular 7"-mix.

860100A  early January (?): US radio (WMMR) 'Live In London', incl.
                   - interview with BW by John DeBella

860108A  8th January: New York City, basement of RW’s house. RW (and maybe KR) jam with
                   members of David Letterman’s houseband. Unverified.
                   Musicians: RW (gtr), [KR?] and maybe Paul Shaffer (p)/Will Lee (bass)/David
                                      Sanborn (sax)/Sid McGinnis (gtr)/Steve Jordan (dr)

860109A  9th January: UK TV (LWT ) ‘People Do The Funniest Things’, incl.
                    - MJ and Joe Jagger explain rock climbing (from ‘BBC Seeing Sports’ 1957)

860112A  12th January: MICK JAGGER. New York City, RW’s homestudio.
                    - Peace For The Wicked I (MJ) -demo, under title ‘Soul City’; unverified
                   Musicians: MJ (voc, gtr)/RW (dr)

860123A  23rd January: ALL STAR BAND. New York City, Waldorf Astoria Hotel, ‘1st
                   ‘1st Annual Rock’n Roll Hall Of Fame’-ceremony.
                   - Speech by KR (induction of Chuck Berry)
                   - Roll Over Beethoven (Chuck Berry)
                   - Reelin’ And Rockin’ (Chuck Berry)
                   - Johnny B. Goode/Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On (Chuck Berry)(Dave
                        Williams/Sonny David)
                   - The Twist (Hank Ballard)
                   - Little Queenie (Chuck Berry)
                   - Gimme Some Lovin’ (Steve Winwood/Muff Winwood/Spencer Davis)
                   - Midnight Turning Day Blues/Matchbox (Jimmie Rodgers)(Carl Perkins)
                   - Great Balls Of Fire (Jack Hammer/Otis Blackwell) -unverified
                   - Proud Mary (John Fogerty)
                   Line-up: KR (gtr)/RW (gtr; not all songs)/Chuck Berry (gtr, voc)/Neil Young
                                  (gtr)/Jerry Lee Lewis (p, voc)/John Fogerty (gtr, voc)/Julian Lennon
                                  (perc, voc)/Billy Joel (keyb)/Chubby Checker (voc)/Sean Lennon
                                  (perc)/Steve Winwood (voc, keyb)/Paul Shaffer (p)/Will Lee
                                  (bass)/David Sanborn (sax)/Sid McGinnis (gtr)/Steve Jordan (dr)
                   Note: The whole event was professionally filmed.

860124A  24th January: US TV (HLN) ‘Headline News’. Report from Rock’n Roll Hall
                   Of Fame-ceremony. Incl.
                   - Reelin' And Rockin' (Chuck Berry) -NYC, 23.01., part only

860124B  24th January: US TV (CBS) ‘Entertainment Tonight’. Report from Rock’n
                   Roll Hall Of Fame-ceremony. Incl.
                   - Speech by KR (induction of Chuck Berry) -NYC, 23.01., part only
                   - Reelin' And Rockin' (Chuck Berry) -NYC, 23.01., part only

860124C  24th January: US TV ( ), unidentified newscast. Report from Rock’n Roll Hall
                   Of Fame-ceremony. Incl.
                   - Roll Over Beethoven (Chuck Berry) -NYC, 23.01., part only

860200A  February: Release of the video ‘British Rock: The First Wave’ (RCA RVT 10782), incl..
                   - I Wanna Be Your Man (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) -Arthur Haynes Show 7.2.64
                   - I Just Wanna Make Love To You (Willie Dixon) -NME 26.4.64
                   - Around And Around (Chuck Berry) -Ed Sullivan Show 25.10.64

860200B  February: JIMI HENDRIX.
                   CD 'Jimi Plays Monterey' (Polydor 827990-2). Incl.
                   - announcement by BJ (Monterey Pop Festival; California 18.6.67)
                   Note: Released for the first time on record in its completeness.

860207A  7th February: New York City. Shooting of a promo video. Director: Ralph Bakshi.
                   - Harlem Shuffle (Bob Relf/Ernest Nelson)

860207B  7th February: New York City. During shootings for the new promo video.
                    Recording of a promotional video for the upcoming album ‘Dirty Work’ for CBS, incl.
                    - promotion by MJ, KR, and RW (announcing ‘Dirty Work’)
                    - footage from the making of ‘Harlem Shuffle’-promovideo

860212A  12th February: New York City, RW’s house. RW and KR strum their guitars
                     together, incl. (all songs unverified):
                    - Peggy Sue (Norman Petty/Jerry Allison/Charles Hardin Holley)
                    - I’m Gonna Love You Too (Joe Mauldin/Norman Petty/Niki Sullivan)
                    - Day Tripper (John Lennon/Paul McCartney)

860215A  15th February: US TV (NBC) ‘Saturday Night Live’, New York City. Host:
                    Jerry Hall. Incl.
                    - MJ and Jerry Hall announce Stevie Ray Vaughan performing Change It
                    - cameo by MJ in a skit with Jon Lovitz and Jerry Hall
                    Note: MJ's announcement was officially released in 2007 on a Stevie Ray
                              Vaughan-compilation (see 071106A)

860223A  23rd February: THE ROLLING STONES & FRIENDS. London, 100 Club.
                  - Route 66 (Bobby Troup) -without CW; Simon Kirke on drums
                  - Down The Road Apiece (Tony Raye) -without CW
                  - Key To The Highway (William Broonzy/Charles Segar) -without CW
                  - Confessin’ The Blues (Walter Brown/Jay McShann) -without CW
                  - Mannish Boy (M. London/E. McDaniel/M. Morganfield) -without CW
                  - Bye Bye Johnny (Chuck Berry) -without CW
                  - Harlem Shuffle (Bob Relf/Ernest Nelson) -without CW
                  - Little Red Rooster (Willie Dixon)
                  - Down In The Bottom (Willie Dixon)
                  - Dust My Broom (Elmore James)
                  - Little Queenie (Chuck Berry) -without BW
                  Guest musicians: Simon Kirke (dr, from Route 66 to Harlem Shuffle)/Jack Bruce
                                                 (bass on Little Queenie)/Eric Clapton (gtr from Key To The
                                                 Highway - Bye Bye Johnny, Dust My Broom & Little Queenie)/
                                                 Jeff Beck (gtr from Bye Bye Johnny - Down In The Bottom)/
                                                 Pete Townshend (gtr, bvoc from Harlem Shuffle - Little
                                                 Queenie)/Chuck Leavell (p; not all songs)

860223B  23rd February: ROCKET 88. London, 100 Club. Concert in tribute to the late Ian
                   Stewart (STU). Partly with CW on drums.

860225A  25th February: US TV (CBS) ‘28th Annual Grammy Awards’, incl.
                    - The Stones get a Grammy for ‘Livetime Achievement’ by Eric Clapton
                        (via satellite from London, The Roof Gardens Club)
                    - speech by MJ (at The Roof Gardens Club, London)

860225B  25th February: London, Royal Garden Hotel. Press conference.
                    - interviews with TV stations all over the world

860226A  26th February: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   7“ single (CBS A 6864). Producers: The Glimmer Twins & Steve Lillywhite.
                   A: Harlem Shuffle (Bob Relf/Earl Nelson)
                   B: Had It With You (MJ/KR/RW)
                   Line-up ‘Harlem Shuffle’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/RW (gtr, bvoc)/BW (bass)/
                                  CW (dr)/Bobby Womack (bvoc)/Tom Waits (bvoc)/Chuck Leavell
                                  (org, synth)
                   Line-up ‘Had It With You’: MJ (voc, harm)/KR (gtr)/RW (gtr, sax)/CW (dr) 

860226B  26th February: US TV (ABC) ‘Good Morning America’. Grammy Awards-report.
                    - interview with MJ, KR & RW

860226C  26th February: UK radio (BBC1) ‘Janice Long Show’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Janice Long

860226D  26th February: UK TV (BBC1) ‘Six O’Clock News’, incl.
                   - interview with BW
                   - interview with Janice Long

860226E  26th February: UK radio (BBC), incl.
                   - interview with KR

860226F  26th February: US TV (NBC) ‘Today’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Boyd Matson (London, Royal Garden Hotel 25.2.86)
                   - interview with KR & BW by Boyd Matson (London, Royal Garden Hotel 25.2.86)

860227A  27th February: UK radio (BBC1) ‘Simon Bates Show’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Janice Long (same as 26.2.86)

860200C  late February or March: US TV (MTV), incl.
                   - interview with MJ (London, Royal Garden Hotel 25.2.86)

860200D  late February or early March: Austrian radio (Ö3), incl. an interview with
                   Stones-fan Hans Irker who plays his tape of
                   - Sea Of Love (George Khoury/John Phillip Baptiste) -sung a capella by KR,
                         RW and Chuck Leavell (Restaurant Matthiascellar, Vienna 02.07.1982)

860200E  late February or March  (probably): Japanese TV ( ), incl.
                   - interview with MJ (London, Royal Garden Hotel 25.2.86)

860200F  late February or March: Italian TV (Italia 1) 'Special', incl.
                   - interview with MJ (London, Royal Garden Hotel 25.2.86)

860301A  1st March: UK radio (BBC1) ‘Saturday Live’, incl.
                    - interview with BW by Andy Kershaw

860300A  early March: UK TV (Sky Channel) ‘Sky Trax - The Great Video Race’, incl.
                   - interview with KR & RW by Pat Sharp (London, Royal Garden Hotel 25.2.86)

860303A  3rd March: French TV (A2) 'Le Journal de 20 Heures', incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Philippe Manoeuvre (London, Royal Garden Hotel 25.2.86)
                   - interview with KR by Philippe Manoeuvre (London, Royal Garden Hotel 25.2.86)

860304A  4th March: UK TV (TV-am) ‘Good Morning Britain’, incl.
                   - footage of MJ in the streets of San Francisco, mid-October 1981
                   - interview with Philip Norman (Rolling Stones-biograph)

860305A  5th March: UK TV (TV-am) ‘Good Morning Britain’, incl.
                    - interview with BW, Tom Hulce, John Taylor and psychologist Peter Marsh by
                        Nick Owen and Anne Diamond

860300B  early March - early April: MICK JAGGER. St. Philip, Barbados, Blue Wave
                   Studios. Recording of demos. Musicians: MJ, G.E. Smith (gtr) and others.

860307A  7th March: UK TV (Channel 4) ‘The Tube’, incl.
                    - BJ announcing Jimi Hendrix at Monterey Pop Festival 16.6.67

860310A  10th March: US TV (CBS) ‘Entertainment Tonight’, incl..
                   - interview with MJ by Leeza Gibbons (London, Royal Garden Hotel 25.2.86)
                   - interview with BW & RW by Leeza Gibbons (Royal Garden Hotel 25.2.86)
                   - interview with KR by Leeza Gibbons (London, Royal Garden Hotel 25.2.86)

860311A  11th March: German TV (ZDF) ‘The Grammy Awards’, incl.
                    - footage through the years
                    - Stones get Lifetime Achievement-Grammy (London 25.2.86)

860316A  16th March (early morning): German TV (ARD) ‘Rockpalast’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Ken Janz (London, Royal Garden Hotel 25.2.86)
                    - interview with KR, BW, and RW by Ken Janz (London, Royal Garden Hotel 25.2.86)
                   + report from The Grammy Awards 25.2.86
                   Note: Also broadcast through many German radio stations.

860316B  16th March: Dutch TV (VOO) ‘Countdown’. Host: Adam Curry. Incl.
                   - interview with BW by Adam Curry (London, Royal Garden Hotel 25.2.86)
                   - interview with KR & RW by Adam Curry (London, Royal Garden Hotel 25.2.86)
                   - interview with MJ by Adam Curry (London, Royal Garden Hotel 25.2.86)

860318A  18th March: Canadian radio (CHUM FM), incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Roger Ashby (St. Philip, Barbados, Blue Wave Studios)

860321A  21st March: US radio (D.I.R.) ‘Scott Muni's Ticket To Ride’. Host: Ray White.
                   Incl.
                   - interview with BW
                   - interview with BJ (archival)
                   Note: A longer version of the BW-interview was aired on May 2 (see 860502A).

860323A  23rd March: CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. London, Fulham Town Hall
                   - Stomping At The Savoy (Benny Goodman/Chick Webb/Edgar Sampson)
                   - Lester Leaps In (Lester Young)
                   - Moonglow (Will Hudson/Edgar DeLange/Irving Mills)
                   - Robbins Nest (Sir Charles Thompson/Illinois Jacquet)
                   - Scrapple From The Apple (Charlie Parker)
                   - Flying Home (Benny Goodman/Lionel Hampton/Sid Robin)
                   + probably four more tracks
                   Line-up: CW (dr)/John Stevens and Bill Eyden (dr)/Jack Bruce (cello)/Stan Tracy
                                  (p)/Jim Lawless and Bill LeSage (vibes)/Dave Green and Ron Mathewson
                                  (bass)/Colin Smith, John Huckeridge, Steve Sidwell, Harry Beckett, Ted
                                  Emmett, Jimmy Deuchar and Dave Defries (tp)/Paul Rutherford, Annie
                                  Whitehead, Chris Pyne and John Picard (tb)/Don Weller, Evan Parker, Alan
                                  Skidmore, Bobby Wellins, Danny Moss and Courtney Pine (tsax)/Peter
                                  King, Ray Warleigh and Willie Garnett (asax)/Gail Thompson (bsax)/Olaf
                                  Vas (clarinet, flute)
                   Note: Soundboard recording was made by Mick McKenna, Arnold Dunn
                             and Malcolm Rodgers with the Rolling Stones Mobile Studio.

860324A  24th March: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   LP ‘Dirty Work’ (CBS 86321). Producers: The Glimmer Twins & Steve Lillywhite.
                   A: - One Hit (MJ/KR/RW)
                        - Fight (MJ/KR/RW)
                        - Harlem Shuffle (Bob Relf/Earl Nelson)
                        - Hold Back (MJ/KR)
                        - Too Rude (Lydon Roberts)
                   B: - Winning Ugly (MJ/KR)
                        - Back To Zero (MJ/KR/Chuck Leavell)
                        - Dirty Work (MJ/KR/RW)
                        - Had It With You (MJ/KR/RW)
                        - Sleep Tonight (MJ/KR)
                        - Key To The Highway (Big Bill Broonzy/Charles Segar) -STU on piano only,
                            uncredited tribute of unknown origin
                   Line-up ‘One Hit’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/RW (gtr, bvoc)/BW (bass)/
                                 CW (dr)/Jimmy Page (gtr)/Bobby Womack (bvoc)/Don Covay (bvoc)/
                                 Patti Scialfa (bvoc)/Bevery D’Angelo (bvoc)/Chuck Leavell (keyb)/
                                 John Regan (some bass)
                   Line-up ‘Fight’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/RW (gtr, bass, bvoc)/CW (dr)/Chuck
                                 Leavell (org)/Ivan Neville, Steve Jordan & Charley Drayton (bvoc)
                   Line-up ‘Harlem Shuffle’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/RW (gtr, bvoc)/BW (bass)/
                                 CW (dr)/Bobby Womack (bvoc)/Tom Waits (bvoc)/Chuck Leavell
                                 (org, synth)
                   Line-up ‘Hold Back’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr)/RW (gtr)/CW (dr)/Ivan Neville (bass)/
                                 Bobby Womack (gtr)/Chuck Leavell (org)
                   Line-up ‘Too Rude’: KR (voc, gtr)/RW (gtr, bass)/Steve Jordan (dr)/Jimmy Cliff
                                 (bvoc)/Chuck Leavell (p)
                   Line-up ‘Winning Ugly’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr)/RW (gtr)/John Regan (bass)/
                                 CW (dr)/Chuck Leavell (synth)/Janice Pendarvis and Dollette
                                 McDonald (bvoc)
                   Line-up ‘Back To Zero’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr)/RW (bass)/CW (dr)/Bobby
                                 Womack (gtr)/Chuck Leavell (org)/Marku Ribas (perc)/Philippe
                                 Saisse (keyb)/Dan Collette (tp)/Anton Fig (dr or perc)
                   Line-up ‘Dirty Work’: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/RW (gtr, bvoc)/BW (bass)/
                                 CW (dr)/Chuck Leavell (org)
                   Line-up ‘Had It With You’: MJ (voc, harm)/KR (gtr)/RW (gtr, sax)/CW (dr)
                   Line-up ‘Sleep Tonight’: KR (voc, gtr, p, bass)/RW (dr, bvoc)/Chuck
                                 Leavell (synth)/Bobby Womack and/or Don Covay (bvoc)
                   Note: It also has Alan Rogan (gtr) on at least one of the tracks.

860324B  24th March: THE ROLLING STONES.
                  12“ single (CBS TA 6864). Producers: The Glimmer Twins & Steve Lillywhite.
                   A: Harlem Shuffle (Bob Relf/Earl Nelson) -New York Mix
                   B: Harlem Shuffle (Bob Relf/Earl Nelson) -London Mix
                   B: Had It With You (MJ/KR/RW)

860324C  24th March: UK TV (Sky Channel) ‘Hot 100’, incl.
                   - interview with KR by Pat Sharp (London, Royal Garden Hotel 25.02.)

860324D  24th March: Austrian radio (Ö3), incl.
                    - interview with BW by Elisabeth Sereda

860324E  24th March: Swiss radio (DRS3), incl.
                   - interview with MJ (and maybe some other members of the Stones)

860324F  24th March: UK radio (BBC1) ‘Janice Long Show’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Janice Long (in London, 26.02.)

860331A  31st March: European TV (Music Box) ‘Stones On The Roof’, incl.
                    - interview with BW & RW (London, Royal Garden Hotel 25.02.86)
                    - interview with KR (London, Royal Garden Hotel 25.02.86)
                    - interview with MJ (London, Royal Garden Hotel 25.02.86)
                    + footage from Grammy Awards (London, The Roof Gardens 25.02.86)

860300C  March: Italian TV (Videomusic), incl.
                    - interview with BW (London, Royal Garden Hotel 25.2.86)

860400A  April: German TV (ZDF) ‘Na sowas’. Searching for fans from the 60’s., incl.
                    - footage from Münster, West Germany, 11.09.65

860403A  3rd April: Austrian radio (Ö3) 'Treffpunkt', incl.
                    - interview with KR
                   + short comment by MJ

860403B  3rd April: US radio (WNEW), incl.
                    - interview with KR (New York City, office of Rolling Stones Records)
                    Note: Maybe broadcast on a later date.

860412A  12th April: UK radio (BBC1) 'The Midnight Runner Show', "Caught In The Act:
                   The Rolling Stones". Slightly reworked repeat of US radio 'King Biscuit Flower
                   Hour' (see 850609A).
                   - 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

860400B  ca. mid-April: Antigua, West Indies.
                   - interview with KR (about Dirty Work-album)

860400C  ca. mid-April: Australian TV (Channel 9) 'Willesee'. Host: Mike Willesee. Incl.
                   - interview with KR by Neil Kerney (on Antigua)
                   Note: Aired on an unknown date.

860400D  ca. mid-April: New York City, probably at Rolling Stones office
                   - interview with RW (about Dirty Work-album)

860417A  17th & 18th April: US TV (NBC) ‘NBC News Today’, incl.
                    - interview with KR by Boyd Matson (NYC, Carlyle Hotel 02.04.)

860418A  18th April: Japanese radio ( ), incl.
                    - interview with KR (Antigua, mid-April 1986)

860420A  20th April: CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. London, Albany Empire

860420B  20th April: CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. London, Ronnie Scott’s Club

860421A  21st April: CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. London, Ronnie Scott’s Club

860422A  22nd April: CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. London, Ronnie Scott’s Club

860422B  22nd April: German TV (NDR3) ‘Formel Eins’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Stephanie Tücking (Munich, Bavaria Studios)

860423A  23rd April: Italian TV (Videomusic), incl.
                   - interview with BW (London, Royal Garden Hotel 25.2.86)
                   - interview with KR (London, Royal Garden Hotel 25.2.86) 

860423B  23rd April: CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. London, Ronnie Scott’s Club

860424A  24th April: CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. London, Ronnie Scott’s Club

860425A  25th April: CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. London, Ronnie Scott’s Club

860400D  late April: MICK JAGGER. New York City, unidentified studio. Producers: MJ,
                    Dave Stewart and Daryl Hall.
                    - Ruthless People I (MJ/Dave Stewart/Daryl Hall) -LP-version
                    - Ruthless People II (MJ/Dave Stewart/Daryl Hall) -shortened 7"-version
                    - Ruthless People III (MJ/Dave Stewart/Daryl Hall) -longer 12"-mix
                    - Ruthless People IV (MJ/Dave Stewart/Daryl Hall) -shortened movie-version
                   Note: Title track for the upcoming movie ‘Ruthless People’ (starring Bette Midler
                              and Danny De Vito, premiered in the US on June 27, 1986).

860400E  late April: MICK JAGGER. London, unidentified studio. Producers: MJ and
                   Gary Langan.
                    - I’m Ringing (MJ) -Jeff Beck on guitar
                    Note: And mixing of ‘Ruthless People’.

860400F  late April: US TV (CBS) ‘Entertainment Tonight’, incl.
                   - interview with KR by Jeanne Beker (Antigua, in April)

860501A  1st & 2nd May: Herfordshire, England, Elstree Studios. Shooting of a promo video.
                    Director: Russell Mulcahy.
                    - One Hit (MJ/KR/RW) -rehearsals
                    - One Hit (MJ/KR/RW) -promo video

860502A  2nd May: US radio (D.I.R.) ‘Scott Muni's Ticket To Ride’. Host: Scott Muni. Incl.
                   - interview with BW

860509A  9th May: UK TV (BBC1) ‘Video Jukebox’. Hosts: John Peel & John
                   Walters. Incl.
                   - footage from ‘Charlie Is My Darling’-movie 09.65
                   - interview with MJ by David Hepworth (Barbados, late March or early April)
                   - interview with director Peter Whitehead

860515A  15th May: UK radio (BBC2) ‘Rhythm & Blues’, incl.
                    - interview with BW by Paul Jones (in London)

860520A  20th May: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   7“ single (CBS A 7160). Producers: The Glimmer Twins & Steve Lillywhite.
                   A: One Hit (MJ/KR/RW) -Edit
                   B: Fight (MJ/KR/RW)
                   Line-up: see 860324A.

860520B  20th May: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   12“ single (Columbia 44-05388, US). Producers: The Glimmer Twins & Steve
                    Lillywhite.
                    A: One Hit (MJ/KR/RW) -London Mix
                    B: One Hit (MJ/KR/RW) -Edit
                    B: Fight (MJ/KR/RW)

860521A  21st May onwards: DON JOHNSON. Miami, Florida, Criteria Recording Studios.
                   Producer: Chas Sandford. Sound engineer: Gary McGachan.
                   - Heartache Away (Steve Cochran) -Bonnie Raitt on harmony vocals
                   - Love Roulette (Don Johnson/Mark Leonard) -Lenny Pickett and Earl
                        Gardner (horns), Jamie Skylar on backing vocals
                   - Streetwise (Dickey Betts/Don Johnson/Mark Leonard/Chas Sandford/Curly Smith)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Don Johnson (voc)/Stevie Ray Vaughan (gtr)/Chas Sandford
                                  (gtr, p, tamb, bvoc)/Mark Leonard (bass)/Curly Smith (dr)/Bill Champlin
                                  (org, bvoc)/Tamara Champlin (bvoc)/Dickey Betts (gtr)
                   Note: Parts of the sessions were filmed and shown in the special ‘The Heart Of Heart
                             Beat’(see 870414A).

860522A  22nd May: Australian TV (Channel 9) ‘The Meldrum Tapes’. Host: Molly
                   Meldrum.
                   - interview with BW & RW (London, Royal Garden Hotel 25.2.86)
                   - interview with MJ (London, Royal Garden Hotel 25.2.86)
                   - interview with KR (London, Royal Garden Hotel 25.2.86)

860525A  25th May: UK radio (BBC1) ‘My Top Ten’. Host: Andy Peebles. Incl.
                   - interview with KR by Andy Peebles

860525B  25th May: US radio (D.I.R.) ‘King Biscuit Flower Hour’. Host: Bill Minkin.
                   Rolling Stones-special (1 hour).

860529A  29th May: Dutch TV (VOO) ‘Countdown’, incl.
                   - interview with BW by Adam Curry (in Bussum, near Amsterdam)
                   Note: Aired on the 7th June.

860529B  29th May: European TV (Europa TV) ‘Countdown’, incl.
                   - interview with BW by Adam Curry (in Bussum, near Amsterdam)
                   Note: Aired probably on June 15. Different to (and longer than) 860529A.

860530A  30th May: Dutch radio (Radio Veronica) ‘Popjournaal’, incl.
                   - telephone-interview with BW by Jos van Berge Henegouwen

860530B  30th May: Dutch radio (Radio Veronica) ‘Countdown Café’, incl.
                    - telephone-interview with BW by Jos van Berge Henegouwen
                    Note: Longer version of the interview aired earlier in the day (see 860530A).

860530C  30th May: European TV (Music Box) 'Off The Wall'. Report from Amnesty
                    International's 25th Anniversary-party at The Roof Gardens Club, London. Incl.
                    - interview with BW, John Deacon and Brian May by Steve Blacknell
                    Note: Aired in June. BW also did a promo clip for Amnesty International.

860531A  31st May: French TV (A2) ‘Les Enfants Du Rock’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Philippe Manoeuvre (London, Royal Garden Hotel 25.2.86)
                   Note: Faked joke-interview.

860500A  May: UK TV (TV-am) ‘Good Morning Britain’, incl.
                   - interview with BW by Paul Reizin (at Royal Garden Hotel, London)
                   + interview with Marsha Hunt (about her autobiography)

860601A  1st June: New York City, RW’s house. Jam session (about half an hour).
                    - some Fats Domino-covers (all unverified)
                    Line-up: RW (gtr)/Don Covay (voc)/Mick Jones (gtr)/Paul Shaffer (p)

860602A  2nd June: German TV (ARD) ‘Musik Szene 86’, "Ein Stein spricht". Incl.
                    - interview with KR (London, Rolling Stones office, May 1986)
                    - interview with Alexis Korner (about KR; early 80’s)
                    - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR) -Hampton 18.12.81, part only
                    - interview with STU (Fall 1981 or mid-1982)
                    - Little T & A (MJ/KR) -Hampton 18.12.81, part only

860602B  2nd - 4th June: ALL STAR BAND. New Orleans. Rehearsals for the upcoming gigs.

860605A  5th June: ALL STAR BAND. New Orleans, Louisiana, Storyville Jazz Hall (two
                   shows?)
                   with JERRY LEE LEWIS:
                   - I Am What I Am (Kenneth Lovelace/Bill Taylor)
                   - Great Balls Of Fire (Jack Hammer/Otis Blackwell)
                   - Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On (Dave Williams/Sonny David)
                  RON WOOD with PAUL Shaffer:
                   - A Certain Girl (Naomi Neville) -RW and Paul Shaffer on lead vocals
                   with RAY CHARLES:
                   - I Got A Woman (Ray Charles)
                   - Drown In My Own Tears (Henry Glover)
                   with ALL STAR BAND:
                   - Lewis Boogie/Low Down Dog (Jerry Lee Lewis)(Joe Turner)
                   - Jambalaya (Hank Williams)
                   - Swanee River Rock (Ray Charles)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr)/Jerry Lee Lewis (p, voc)/Fats Domino (p, voc)/Paul Shaffer
                                  (p)/Ray Charles (p, voc)/Sugar Blue (harm)/Steve Jordan (dr, bvoc)/
                                  Simon Kirke (perc)/Roy Gaines (gtr, bvoc)/Harold Cowart (bass, bvoc)/
                                  Ken Lovelace (gtr)/Sugar Blue (harm)/Linda Gail Lewis (bvoc)/Bob
                                  Moore (bass)/Buddy Harman (dr)
                   Note: One show was filmed by US TV (Cinemax) and was televised on
                              the 29th & 31st July. It was released on video in November 1988 as ‘Fats
                              Domino & Friends' (Video Collection VC 4049) and on DVD under title
                              'Rockin' Pianos' (Medusa Entertainment 8587, -Germany) in June 2004.
                              Released in parts on CD in August 2008 (see 080801A).

860606A  6th June: CHUCK BERRY. Chicago, Illinois, Grant Park, ‘Annual Blues Festival’.
                    - Johnny B. Goode (Chuck Berry)
                    - It Hurts Me Too (Hudson Whittaker)
                    - instrumental jam ( )
                    - Reelin’ And Rockin’ (Chuck Berry)
                    Line-up: KR (gtr)/Chuck Berry (gtr, voc)/Matt ‘Guitar’ Murphy (gtr)/Thomas
                                   Palmer (bass)/K.C. (dr)/Lafayette Leake (p)/Ingrid Berry (some voc)
                    Note: A private video of these songs exist (minus the instrumental jam).

860607A  7th June: DR. JOHN. Chicago, Illinois, Billy Mulligan’s
                    KR, Dr. John and maybe Chuck Berry play together, backed by The Bobby
                    Diamond Band.

860607B  7th June: Chicago, Illinois, Checkerboard Lounge
                   KR, Junior Wells and Chuck Berry jam together.

860607C  7th June: US radio (NSBA) 'On The Radio'. Rolling Stones-special (1 hour).

860608A  8th June: ETTA JAMES. Los Angeles, Vine Street Bar
                   - Miss You (MJ/KR) -unverified
                   Line-up: KR (gtr)/Etta James (voc)/& others

860611A  11th June: KEITH RICHARDS. New York City, Panavideo Studios. Incl.
                    - slow jam 2.58
                    - blues jam #1 2.12
                    - Sleep Tonight 1 (MJ/KR) 0.42
                    - Sleep Tonight 2 (MJ/KR) 2.34
                    - Sleep Tonight 3 (MJ/KR) 1.36
                    - Sleep Tonight 4 (MJ/KR) 0.34
                    - Sleep Tonight-riffs and noodling 1.08
                    - interview with KR by Paul Shaffer
                    - Baby What You Want Me To Do 1 (Jimmy Reed) 0.22
                    - Diddley Daddy (Ellas McDaniel/Harvey Fuqua) 0.07
                    - 19th Nervous Breakdown (MJ/KR) 0.18
                    - Under My Thumb 1 (MJ/KR) 0.18
                    - Gimme Shelter (MJ/KR) 0.27
                    - One Hit (MJ/KR/RW) 0.19
                    - Start Me Up (MJ/KR) 0.20
                    - Jumping Jack Flash (MJ/KR) 0.06
                    - It Hurts Me Too (Hudson Whittaker) 0.32
                    - blues jam #2 0.23
                    - Under My Thumb 2 (MJ/KR) 0.13
                    - Satisfaction (MJ/KR) 0.35
                    - You Can’t Always Get What You Want (MJ/KR) 1.05
                    - Baby What You Want Me To Do 2 (Jimmy Reed) 0.39
                    - Baby What You Want Me To Do 3 (Jimmy Reed) 1.19
                    - Baby What You Want Me To Do 4 (Jimmy Reed) 0.05
                    - blues jam #3 0.29
                    - Baby What You Want Me To Do 5 (Jimmy Reed) 0.25
                    + Around And Around (Chuck Berry)
                    + Jam/Tumbling Dice (MJ/KR)
                    + Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR)
                    Line-up: KR (gtr, voc)/Paul Shaffer (keyb)/Marcus Miller (bass)
                    Note: Times are aproximative. For the broadcast’s content, see 860613A.

860611B  11th June: THE CLASS OF 55. Memphis, Tennessee. Shooting of a promo video.
                    - Memphis Gave Birth To Rock’n Roll (Carl Perkins)
                    Starring: RW, Carl Perkins and Jerry Lee Lewis.
                    Note: RW does not play on this song.

860611C  11th June: Memphis, Tennessee, Rumrunner’s.
                    RW and Jerry Lee Lewis play with a local band (for half an hour).

860613A  13th & 20th June: US TV (NBC) ‘Friday Night Videos’. Incl.
                    - Around And Around (Chuck Berry)
                    - interview with KR by Paul Shaffer (New York 11.6.86)
                    - One Hit (MJ/KR) -KR (on guitar and vocals) only
                    - jam/Tumbling Dice (KR/Shaffer/Miller)(MJ/KR)
                    - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR)
                    - Baby What You Want Me To Do (Jimmy Reed)
                    - blues jam (KR/Shaffer/Miller)
                    - Sleep Tonight (MJ/KR)
                    - Start Me Up (MJ/KR) -KR (on guitar) only
                    Line-up: KR (gtr, voc)/Paul Shaffer (keyb)/Marcus Miller (bass)
                    Note: Telecast in two parts.

860614A  14th June: Japanese TV (Asahi) ‘Best Hits USA’, incl.
                    - interview with KR (Antigua, mid-April 1986)

860620A  20th June: MICK JAGGER & DAVID BOWIE. London, Wembley Arena, ‘Prince
                   Of Wales Trust Concert’.
                   - Dancing In The Street (Ivy Hunter/William Stevenson/Marvin Gaye)
                   Line-up: MJ (voc)/David Bowie (voc)/Elton John (p)/Phil Collins (dr)/
                                  Eric Clapton (gtr)/Paul McCartney (gtr)/Ray Cooper (perc)/
                                  Vicki Brown, Samantha Brown, Jimmy Chambers, George
                                  Chandler and Jimmy Helms (bvoc)/Mark Knopfler (gtr)/Rick
                                  Parfitt (gtr)/Howard Jones (keyb)/Mark King (bass)/John Illsley (bass)
                   Note: The whole show was filmed. Soundboard recording was made with the
                              Pumacrest Unit.

860625A  25th June: RON WOOD (AND CHUCK BERRY). New York, The Ritz (1st show)
                   (Ooh La La/Am I Grooving You/F.U.C. Her/Love In Vain/Outlaws-
                    Around And Around/Memphis, Tennessee/Carol/Little Queenie/Havana
                    Moon/Reelin’ And Rockin’/& more)
                    Note: Set unverified, incomplete and order unsure. Chuck Berry played
                               from Around And Around onwards.
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, voc)/Chuck Berry (gtr, voc)/The Uptown Horns (brass)/& others

860625B  25th June: RON WOOD (AND CHUCK BERRY). New York, The Ritz (2nd show)
                   (Ooh La La/I Can Feel The Fire/F.U.C. Her/Roll Over Beethoven/Sweet
                    Little Sixteen/School Days/It Hurts Me Too/Brown-Eyed Handsome Man/
                    Rock’n Roll Music/Memphis, Tennessee/Maybelline/Mountain Dew/Ramblin’
                    Rose/Carol-Little Queenie/Everyday I Have The Blues/Reelin’ And Rockin’)
                    Note: Chuck Berry played from Roll Over Beethoven onwards.
                    Line-up: see 860625A.

860627A  27th June: Premiere of the movie Ruthless People, with title song by MJ, incl.
                    - Ruthless People (MJ/Dave Stewart/Daryl Hall) -shortened movie-version
                    Note: Starring Bette Middler and Danny De Vito. Directed by Jim Abrahams,
                              Jerry Zucker and David Zucker. For more info, see 860400F.

860600A  June: UK TV (Sky Channel) ‘The New Music’, incl.
                   - interview with KR by Jeanne Beker (Antigua, April 1986)
                   Note: Most probably overtaken from Canadian Much Music TV.

860600B mid-1986: VARIOUS ARTISTS.
                  LP 'Music From the Motion Picture Echo Park' (A&M SP 5119, -US). Incl.
                  - Give And Take (BW/John Wilson) -by Mike Sherwood & Julie Christensen;
                       composer credit only
                  Note: BW is credited for the whole album as music adviser, but had most
                            probably no other artistic input.

860700A  July: BOB DYLAN.
                   LP ‘Knocked Out Loaded’ (CBS 86326). Producer: Bob Dylan. Recorded
                   in July 1984 in New York City, Delta Sound Studios.
                   - Driftin’ Too Far From Shore (Bob Dylan)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr)/Bob Dylan (voc, keyb)/John Paris (bass)/Anton Fig (dr)/Peggi
                                  Blu, Annette May Thomas, Madeline Quebec, Carol Dennis and Muffy
                                  Hendrix (bvoc)

860700B  July: VARIOUS ARTISTS.
                   Soundtrack-LP ‘Ruthless People’ (Epic 70299 - US). Producers: MJ, Daryl Hall
                   and Dave Stewart. Incl.
                   - Ruthless People (MJ/Daryl Hall/Dave Stewart) -by Mick Jagger

860701A  1st July: UK TV (Sky Channel) ‘The Great Video Race’., incl.
                    - interview with KR & RW (London, Roof Gardens Club 25.2.86)

860704A 4th July: CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. Bracknell, England, Jazz Festival
                   Line-up: CW, Bill Eyden and John Stevens (dr)/Dave De Fries, Ted Emmett,
                                  Bobby Bradford, John Huckeridge, Jimmy Deuchar, Steve Sidwell,
                                  Harry Beckett (tp)/John Picard, Annie Whitehead, Chris Pyne, Mike
                                  Ohogh, Paul Rutherford (tb)/Peter King, Ray Warleigh, Willie Garnett
                                  (asax)/Stan Sulzmann, Evan Parker, Bobby Wellins, Danny Moss,
                                  Courtney Pine (tsax)/Gail Thompson (bsax)/Stan Tracey (p)/Bill Le
                                  Sage (p, vibes)/Jim Lawless (violin)/Jack Bruce (cello)/Lennie Bush
                                  and Mathewson (bass)/Gail Dorsey (voc on Midnight Sun)/Alan Cohen
                                  (arranger, conductor)

860704B  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: Repeat of 1985 (see 850704A).

860705A  5th July: US TV (MTV), London, Wembley Stadium, backstage
                   - interview with RW, BW, Rod Stewart, Ian McLagan, Ronnie Lane and Kenney
                        Jones by Jonathan …
                   Note: Aired later on an unknown date.

860705B  5th July: FACES. London, Wembley Stadium
                   - I’m Losing You (Norman Whitfield/Eddie Holland/Cornelius Grant)
                   - Twistin’ The Night Away (Sam Cooke) -joined by the brass section of Rod
                         Stewart’s band
                   - Stay With Me (RW/Rod Stewart)
                   - Band introduction
                   - We’ll Meet Again (Ross Parker/Hugh Charles) -a capella
                   - Sweet Little Rock’n Roller (Chuck Berry) -joined by Rod Stewart’s band
                   - One Last Sweet Cheerio (Trad.) -a capella
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/BW (bass)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ronnie Lane (bvoc)/Ian
                                  McLagan (keyb)/Kenney Jones (dr)/Robin Le Mesurier (gtr)
                   Note: At least parts of the reunion were filmed and televised on US VH-1 TV.

860707A  7th - 8th July: ARETHA FRANKLIN. Detroit, Michigan, United Sound Studio.
                   Producer: KR. Sound engineer: Steve Lillywhite.
                   - Jumping Jack Flash I (MJ/KR) -7" version
                   - Jumping Jack Flash II (MJ/KR) -Album Mix
                   - Jumping Jack Flash III (MJ/KR) -12" Street Mix
                   - Jumping Jack Flash IV (MJ/KR) -12" Street Mix Edit
                   - Jumping Jack Flash V (MJ/KR) -12" Beat Dub Mix
                   - Jumping Jack Flash VI (MJ/KR) -12" Master Dub Mix
                   - Jumping Jack Flash VII (MJ/KR) -Album Mix, without lead guitar, released in
                        2007 (see 071113A)

                   Line-up: KR (gtr)/RW (gtr)/Aretha Franklin (voc, p)/Steve Jordan (dr)/
                                  Chuck Leavell (keyb)/Randy Jackson (bass)/A
lan Rogan (gtr)/
                                  Margareth Branch, Brenda Corbett and Orthera Barnds (bvoc)

860709A  9th July: ARETHA FRANKLIN. Detroit, Michigan, United Sound Studio. Shooting
                   of a promo video. Director: Penny Marshall.
                   - Jumping Jack Flash (MJ/KR) -promovideo 1
                   - Jumping Jack Flash (MJ/KR) -promovideo 2, with additional movie-footage
                   Line-up/starring: KR (gtr, producer)/RW (gtr)/Aretha Franklin (voc, p)/
                                 Whoopi Goldberg (bvoc)/Steve Lillywhite (engineer)/Randy
                                  Jackson (bass)/Steve Jordan (dr)/Chuck Leavell (keyb)/Cissy &
                                  Thelma Houston (bvoc)

860712A  12th or 13th July: St. Louis, Missouri, Phoenix Club
                    KR and Chuck Berry play three songs together.

860715A  15th July: BOB DYLAN. New York City, Madison Square Garden
                    (Rainy Day Woman/Seeing The Real You At Last/Across The Borderline/
                     I And I/Band introduction/Like A Rolling Stone/Blowin’ In The Wind/
                     Unchain My Heart/Knocking On Heavens Door)
                    Line-up: RW (gtr)/Bob Dylan (voc, gtr, harm)/Tom Petty (gtr, voc)/
                                   Benmont Tench (keyb)/Mike Campbell (gtr)/Howie Epstein
                                   (bass)/Stan Lynch (dr)/Queen Esther Marrow, Carol Dennis,
                                   Eloise Sassoon and Madelyn Quebec (bvoc)
                    Note: A 1-cam pro-shot video of I And I, Like A Rolling Stone and Knocking
                              On Heavens Door exists (all songs incomplete) but RW can't be seen in it.

860716A  16th July: BOB DYLAN. New York City, Madison Square Garden
                    (Rainy Day Woman/Seeing The Real You At Last/Across The Borderline/
                     I And I/Band introduction/Like A Rolling Stone/Blowin’ In The Wind/
                     Uranium Rock/Knocking On Heavens Door)
                    Line-up: see 860715A.
                    Note: A private video of all the tracks with RW exists.

860717A  17th July: TOM PETTY & THE HEARTBREAKERS. New York City, Madison
                    Square Garden
                    - Bye Bye Johnny (Chuck Berry)
                    Line-up: RW (gtr)/Tom Petty (gtr, voc)/Benmont Tench (keyb)/Mike Campbell
                                   (gtr)/Howie Epstein (bass)/Stan Lynch (dr)

860717B  17th July: BOB DYLAN. New York City, Madison Square Garden
                    (Rainy Day Woman/Seeing The Real You At Last/Across The Borderline/
                     I And I/Band introduction/Like A Rolling Stone/Blowin’ In The Wind/
                     Shake A Hand/House Of The Rising Sun)
                    Line-up: see 860715A.

860718A  18th July: London, probably Rolling Stones-office
                   - interview with MJ by Joe Smith

860719A  19th July: CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. UK TV (BBC2) ‘Celebration Jazz’.
                    Live in London, Fulham Town Hall 9.12.85. Incl.
                    - 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)
                    - 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 (Wolf/Landesmann/Algren)
                    - Midnight Sun (Lionel Hampton/Sonny Burke)
                    - Flying Home (Benny Goodman/Lionel Hampton/Sid Robin)
                    Line-up: See 860323A.

860719B  19th July: HUBERT SUMLIN. New York City, Abilene’s
                    - Wang Dang Doodle (Willie Dixon) -unverified
                    + ca. 5 more songs (all unverified)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr)/Hubert Sumlin (gtr)/& others

860719C  19th July: CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. London, Richmond Theatre

860721A  21st July: MICK JAGGER.
                   7" single (Epic 34-06211 - US). Producers: MJ, Daryl Hall and Dave Stewart (A),
                   MJ and Gary Langan (B). Recorded in late April 1986.
                   A: Ruthless People (MJ/Daryl Hall/Dave Stewart) -edited 7" version
                   B: I’m Ringing (MJ)

860723A  23rd July: ARETHA FRANKLIN. New York, Electric Lady Studios. KR mixes for
                   Aretha Franklin’s version of ‘Jumping Jack Flash’ (recorded 7th - 8th July in Detroit).

860800A  August: BUDDY HOLLY.
                   Video ‘The Real Buddy Holly Story’ (PMI MXN 99 1126 4). Incl.
                   - interview with KR
                   - Not Fade Away (Charles Hardin Holley/Norman Petty) -NME London
                       26.4.64, part only

860811A  11th August: US radio (Westwood One) ‘Made In The Shade’. Host: Roger
                    Scott. (165 min.). Incl.
                    - interview with BW
                    - interview with MJ
                    - interview with STU
                    - interview with Giorgio Gomelsky
                    - interview with Peter Jones
                    - interview with Andrew Oldham
                    - interview with Dick Rowe
                    - interview with Pete Donchester
                    - interview with KR
                    - interview with Ron Malo
                    - interview with Jimmy Miller
                    - interview with Lewis Jones
                    - interview with Gene Pitney
                    - interview with Marshall Chess

860812A  12th August: PRINCE. London, Busby’s.
                    RW (gtr) jams with Prince on a post-concert party, incl. (both unverified):
                   - Miss You (MJ/KR)
                   - Bodyheat (Deidra Brown/Deanna Brown/Yamma Brown) -with Nile
                        Rodgers on guitar

860814A  14th August: PRINCE. London, Wembley Arena
                    - Miss You (MJ/KR)
                    Line-up: RW (gtr)/Prince (voc)/Sting (bass)/Matt Fink (keyb)/Eric Leeds (sax)/
                                   Wendy Melvoin (gtr)/Lisa Coleman (keyb)/Mico Weaver (gtr)/Matt
                                   Blistan (tp)/Mark Brown (bass)/Bobby Z. (dr)/Greg Brooks, Wally
                                   Safford and Jerome Benton (bvoc)

860814B  14th August: French TV ( ) ‘20th Century Blues’, incl.
                   - interview with KR by Robert Manthoulis (London, Fall 1968)
                   - interview with MJ (London, Fall 1968, during Performance-shootings)
                   Note: Repeat of the programme 'A L'affiche Du Monde' (see 681116A).

860822A  22nd - 25th August: Ochos Rios, Jamaica, KR’s house.
                    KR jams with Chuck Berry.

860827A  27th - 28th August: BOB DYLAN. London, Townhouse Studios. Producer:
                   Beau Hill. Incl.
                   - The Usual I (John Hiatt)
                   - The Usual II (John Hiatt)
                   - The Usual III (John Hiatt)
                   - The Usual IV (John Hiatt) -’Hearts Of Fire’-version
                   - Ride This Train (Bob Dylan)
                   - Had A Dream About You, Baby I (Bob Dylan)
                   - Had A Dream About You, Baby II (Bob Dylan)
                   - Had A Dream About You, Baby III (Bob Dylan)
                   - Had A Dream About You, Baby IV (Bob Dylan)
                   - Had A Dream About You, Baby V (Bob Dylan)
                   - Had A Dream About You, Baby VI (Bob Dylan)
                   - Had A Dream About You, Baby VII (Bob Dylan)
                   - Had A Dream About You, Baby VIII (Bob Dylan) -’Hearts Of Fire’album-
                       version
                   - Had A Dream About You, Baby IX (Bob Dylan) -’Down In The
                       Groove’-version
                   - Had A Dream About You, Baby X (Bob Dylan) -'Hearts Of Fire’ movie-
                        version, with Fiona Flanagan sharing vocals (and maybe on guitar)
                   - Night After Night (Bob Dylan) -unsure
                   - Old Five And Dimers Like Me I (Billy Joe Shaver)
                   - Old Five And Dimers Like Me II (Billy Joe Shaver)
                   - Old Five And Dimers Like Me III (Billy Joe Shaver)
                   - To Fall In Love With You (Bob Dylan)
                   Line-up: RW (bass)/Bob Dylan (voc, gtr)/Eric Clapton (gtr)/Beau Hill (keyb)/Kip
                                  Winger (bass)/Henry Spinetti (dr)

860828A  28th August: UK TV (BBC2) ‘Whistle Test’, "Working Five Years - Twenty Years
                   Hanging Around". Rolling Stones-special (45 min.), incl.
                   - arrival of The Stones at Royal Garden Hotel 25.02.86
                   - interviews with MJ, KR, RW and BW by David Hepworth (London 25.02.86)
                   - footage from photo-session (London, Royal Garden Hotel 25.02.86)
                   - footage from the Grammy Awards (London, The Roof Gardens Club 25.02.86)
                   - interview with Eric Clapton (London, The Roof Gardens Club 25.02.86)
                   - footage from the ‘One Hit’-video shootings (London 01.05.86)
                   - interview with One Hit-promofilm director Russell Mulcahy
                   - interview with MJ by David Hepworth (Barbados, late March or early April)
                   - interview with BW by David Hepworth (BW’s home, London, ca. Spring)
                   - interview with RW by David Hepworth (Elstree Studios 01.05.86)
                   - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR) -RW on guitar and vocals
                   - One Hit (MJ/KR/RW) -RW on guitar and vocals
                   - interview with KR by David Hepworth (Elstree Studios 01.05.86)
                   - interview with CW by David Hepworth (Elstree Studios 01.05.86)

860829A  29th August: ARETHA FRANKLIN.
                   7" single (Arista 108 536). Producer: KR. Sound engineer: Steve Lillywhite.
                   Side A recorded in Detroit, Michigan, United Sound Studio 7.-8.7.86.
                   A: Jumping Jack Flash (MJ/KR) -7" version
                   [B: Integrity (Aretha Franklin)]
                   Line-up side A: See 860707A.
                  Note: RW and KR on guitars on side A. Title song for the Whoopi Goldberg-
                             movie ‘Jumping Jack Flash’ (directed by Penny Marshall).

860829B  29th August: ARETHA FRANKLIN.
                  12" single (Arista AD 1 - 9529). Producer: KR. Sound engineer: Steve Lillywhite.
                   Recorded in Detroit, Michigan, United Sound Studio 7.-8.7.86.
                   A: Jumping Jack Flash (MJ/KR) -Album Mix
                   A: Jumping Jack Flash (MJ/KR) -Street Mix -with additional keyboards by Ed Terry
                   B: Jumping Jack Flash (MJ/KR) -Street Mix Radio Edit -with additional keyboards
                         by Ed Terry
                    B: Jumping Jack Flash (MJ/KR) -Master Dub Mix
                   B: Jumping Jack Flash (MJ/KR) -Beat Dub Mix
                   Note: It’s doubtful if RW and KR play on the dub-mixes. For all other info
                             see 860707A.

860900A  September: MICK JAGGER.
                   12" single (Epic 49-05931 - US). Producers: MJ, Daryl Hall and Dave Stewart (A),
                   MJ and Gary Langan (B). Recorded in late April 1986.
                   A: Ruthless People (MJ/Daryl Hall/Dave Stewart) -extended 12" version
                   B: I’m Ringing (MJ)

860900B  September: DON JOHNSON.
                   LP ‘Heartbeat’ (Epic 450103 1). Producer: Chas Sandford. Sound engineer:
                   Gary McGachan. Recorded in Miami, Florida, Criteria Recording Studios in
                   late May 1986. With RW on guitar on:
                   - Heartache Away (Steve Cochran)
                   - Love Roulette (Don Johnson/Mark Leonard) -RW on backing vocals
                   Note: For all other info see 860521A.

860919A  19th September: BOB DYLAN. Bristol, England, Colston Hall. Shootings for the
                     movie ‘Hearts Of Fire’. Director: Richard Marquand.
                    - Had A Dream About You, Baby 1 (Bob Dylan)
                    - Had A Dream About You, Baby 2 (Bob Dylan)
                    - Had A Dream About You, Baby 3 (Bob Dylan)
                    - Had A Dream About You, Baby 4 (Bob Dylan)
                    - Had A Dream About You, Baby 5 (Bob Dylan)
                    - Had A Dream About You, Baby 6 (Bob Dylan)
                    + probably more
                    Line-up: RW (bass)/Bob Dylan (gtr, voc)/Clem Clempson (gtr)/Terry Williams
                                   (dr)/Fiona Flanagan (voc, gtr)
                    Note: All takes were just mimed to playback.

860920A  20th September: BOB DYLAN. Bristol, England, Colston Hall. Shootings for the
                    movie ‘Hearts  Of Fire’. Director: Richard Marquand.
                   - Had A Dream About You, Baby 7 (Bob Dylan)
                   - Had A Dream About You, Baby 8 (Bob Dylan)
                   - Had A Dream About You, Baby 9 (Bob Dylan)
                   - Jam #1 ( )
                   - Jam #2 ( )
                   - Jam #3 ( )
                   - Had A Dream About You, Baby 10 (Bob Dylan)
                   - Jam #4 ( )
                   - Jam #5 ( )
                   - Had A Dream About You, Baby 11 (Bob Dylan)
                   - Had A Dream About You, Baby 12 (Bob Dylan)
                   + probably more
                   Line-up: RW (bass)/Bob Dylan (gtr, voc)/Clem Clempson (gtr)/Terry
                                 Williams (dr)/Fiona Flanagan (voc, gtr)
                   Note: All songs were mimed to playback, all jams were played live.
                             One day the group also played:
                             - Green Onions (Booker T. Jones/Stever Cropper/Al Jackson/Lewis
                                   Steinberg) -unverified

860920B  20st September: RICHIE HAVENS. Bristol, England, Colston Hall. Shootings
                    for the movie ‘Hearts Of Fire’. Director: Richard Marquand.
                    - Fear, Hate, Envy, Jealousy (Art Neville) -playback
                    Line-up: RW (bass)/Richie Havens (voc, gtr)/Clem Clempson (gtr)/Terry
                                   Williams (dr)

860921A  21st September: BOB DYLAN. Bristol, England, Colston Hall. Shootings for the
                   movie ‘Hearts Of Fire’. Director: Richard Marquand. With RW on bass.
                   Note: On one of the three days also an audition-scene was filmed backstage, with
                              a cameo of RW playing bass.

860926A  26th September: MICK JAGGER.
                   Video ‘Running Out Of Luck’ (CBS/Fox 3503). Director: Julien Temple.
                   Note: For all other info, see 841100G.

860900C  late September onwards: MICK JAGGER. Hilversum, Netherlands, Wisseloord
                   Studios. MJ works on his upcoming album Primitive Cool.
                   Note: See also 861000D and 861117A.

861000A  October: ARETHA FRANKLIN.
                   LP ‘Aretha’ (Arista 208 020). Producer: KR. Sound engineer: Steve Lillywhite.
                   Recorded in Detroit, United Sound Studio 7.-8.7.86. With RW and KR on guitar on
                   - Jumping Jack Flash (MJ/KR) -Album mix
                   Note: For all other info see 860707A.

861005A  5th October: UK radio (BBC1) ‘Vintage American Bandstand’.
                   Host: Annie Nightingale. Broadcast of Rolling Stones 1973 KBFH live-recordings.

861009A  9th (?) - 14th October: CHUCK BERRY. Wentzville (near St. Louis), Missouri, Chuck
                    Berry’s house. Rehearsals (and some shootings) for the upcoming movie ‘Hail! Hail!
                    Rock’N’ Roll’. Director: Taylor Hackford. Musical director and producer: KR. Incl.
                    - Come On (Chuck Berry)
                    - Carol (Chuck Berry)
                    - It Don’t Take But A Few Minutes (Chuck Berry) -a capella
                    - I’m Through With Love (Gus Kahn/Matt Malneck/Fud Livingston)
                    Line-up: KR (gtr, bvoc)/Chuck Berry (gtr, voc)/Chuck Leavell (keyb)/Joey
                                  Spampinato (bass)/Steve Jordan (dr)/Bobby Keys (sax)/Johnnie Johnson (p)

861015A  15th October: CHUCK BERRY. St. Louis, Missouri, Fox Theater. Dress-rehearsal.
                    (Jam 1/Wee Wee Hours/Wee Wee Hours [broken off]/Wee Wee Hours/Back
                     In The USA/Instrumental 1/Instrumental 2/Maybelline/Around And Around/
                     Brown-Eyed Handsome Man/Nadine/Memphis Tennessee/Almost Grown/
                     Memphis Tennessee/Johnny B. Goode/Wee Wee Hours/Jam 2/Jam 3/Jam 4)

861016A  16th October: CHUCK BERRY. St. Louis, Missouri, Fox Theater (1st show)
                    Filming and recording for the upcoming movie ‘Hail! Hail! Rock ’n’ Roll’.
                    Director: Taylor Hackford. Musical director and producer: KR.
                    - Maybelline (Chuck Berry) 2.08
                    - Around And Around 1 (Chuck Berry) 0.15
                    - Around And Around 2 (Chuck Berry) 2.16
                    - No Money Down (Chuck Berry) 2.50
                    - Back In The USA (Chuck Berry) 2.53 -Linda Ronstadt on vocals
                    - Sweet Little Sixteen (Chuck Berry) 2.25
                    - Memphis, Tennessee (Chuck Berry) 2.54
                    - Roll Over Beethoven (Chuck Berry) 2.35
                    - Brown Eyed Handsome Man (Chuck Berry) 1.58 -Robert Cray on vocals and guitar
                    - Nadine (Chuck Berry) 2.41
                    - Too Much Monkey Business (Chuck Berry) 1.55
                    - Almost Grown (Chuck Berry)
                    - Johnny B. Goode (Chuck Berry) 2.39 -Julian Lennon on vocals
                    - You Never Can Tell (Chuck Berry) 2.48
                    - Little Queenie (Chuck Berry) 4.04
                    - Jam 1  4.36
                    - Wee Wee Hours (Chuck Berry) 3.50 -Eric Clapton on guitar and vocals
                    - No Particular Place To Go (Chuck Berry) 2.06
                    - Jam 2  6.50
                    - Jam 3  3.59
                    - Jo Jo Gunne 1 (Chuck Berry) 0.27
                    - Jo Jo Gunne 2 (Chuck Berry) 0.06
                    - Jo Jo Gunne 3 (Chuck Berry) 0.49
                    - Jam 4  3.46
                    - Jo Jo Gunne 4 (Chuck Berry) 0.13
                    - Jo Jo Gunne 5 (Chuck Berry) 2.55
                    - Havana Moon (Chuck Berry) 4.02 -Eric Clapton on guitar
                    - Long Distance Call (McKinley Morganfield) 3.28 -Eric Clapton on guitar
                    - Rock’n Roll Music (Chuck Berry) 4.13 -Etta James on vocals
                    [- Jam 5  6.07] -without KR
                    - Reelin’ And Rockin’ (Chuck Berry) 12.06 -Ingrid Berry on vocals
                    Line-up: see 861009A.

861016B  16th October: CHUCK BERRY. St. Louis, Missouri, Fox Theater (2nd show)
                    Filming and recording for the upcoming movie ‘Hail! Hail! Rock ’n’ Roll’.
                    Director: Taylor Hackford. Musical director and producer: KR.
                    - Maybelline (Chuck Berry) 1.53
                    - Around And Around (Chuck Berry) 3.05
                    - No Money Down (Chuck Berry) 2.17
                    - Sweet Little Sixteen (Chuck Berry) 2.25
                    - Roll Over Beethoven (Chuck Berry) 2.46
                    - Jam 1  0.56
                    - Brown Eyed Handsome Man (Chuck Berry) 1.58 -Robert Cray on vocals and guitar
                    - Nadine (Chuck Berry) 2.21
                    - Too Much Monkey Business (Chuck Berry) 2.36
                    - Johnny B. Goode (Chuck Berry) 2.46 -Julian Lennon on vocals
                    - Almost Grown 1 (Chuck Berry) 2.20 -instrumental
                    - Almost Grown 2 (Chuck Berry) 2.35
                    - Little Queenie (Chuck Berry) 2.13
                    - Jam 2  2.09
                    - Wee Wee Hours (Chuck Berry) 4.46 -Eric Clapton on guitar and vocals
                    - Jam 3  2.24
                    [- Jam 4  2.09] -without KR
                    - Havana Moon 1 (Chuck Berry) 0.59
                    - Havana Moon 2 (Chuck Berry) 3.17
                    - Jo Jo Gunne 1 (Chuck Berry) 0.08
                    - Jo Jo Gunne 2 (Chuck Berry) 2.58
                    - Everyday I Have The Blues (Peter Chatman) 3.28 -Robert Cray on guitar
                    - Rock’n Roll Music (Chuck Berry) 3.32 -Etta James on vocals
                    - Hoochie Coochie Man (Willie Dixon) -Etta James on vocals
                    - School Days 1 (Chuck Berry) 2.51; jam-like instrumental
                    - School Days 2 (Chuck Berry) 4.41 -Ingrid Berry on vocals, Joe Walsh
                         and Eric Clapton on guitars
                    - Almost Grown (Chuck Berry) 1.29 -instrumental
                    Line-up: see 861009A.

861024A  24th October: Swiss radio (Radio 24) 'Rock'n Roll Special', "Bill Wyman wird 50".
                   Host: Walti Lutz. Co-host: Felix Aeppli. Incl.
                   - interview with BW (archival)

861025A  25th October: ROME.
                   7" single (Network Records PLOT 7 001). Producer: BW. Sound engineer:
                   Stuart Epps. Recorded probably in Summer 1986.
                   A: Keep Your Distance (Geoff Grange/Carmelo Luggeri/Terry Taylor)
                   B: Halfway To Nowhere (Geoff Grange/Carmelo Luggeri/Terry Taylor)
                   Line-up: Terry Taylor (voc, gtr, keyb)/Geoff Grange (voc)/Carmelo Luggeri (bass,
                                  keyb, gtr)

861025B  25th October?: ROME.
                  12" single (Network Records PLOT 12 001). Producer: BW. Sound engineer: Stuart
                   Epps. Recorded probably in Summer 1986.
                   A: Keep Your Distance (Grange/Luggeri/Taylor) -12" version
                   B: Keep Your Distance (Grange/Luggeri/Taylor) -7" version
                   B: Halfway To Nowhere (Geoff Grange/Carmelo Luggeri/Terry Taylor)

861025C  25th October: European TV (Music Box) ‘Off The Wall’, incl.
                   - interview with BW, Terry Taylor & Carmelo Luggeri by Steve Blacknell (at
                       Rome launch-party, London)

861025D  25th October: German TV (ARD) 'Die Sportschau', incl.
                   - footage of BW as a spectator at a F1 race in Adelaide (in 1982?)

861029A  29th October: German TV (ARD) ‘Die Sonderschau’, incl.
                    - footage from Berlin, Waldbühne-gig 15.09.65
                    - interview with Burkhardt Rausch (music-journalist) about Berlin 15.09.65

861000D  late October: MICK JAGGER. New York City, S.I.R. Studios. MJ, Jeff Beck
                   and other musicians work on MJ’s upcoming solo-album Primitive Cool.
                   Note: See also 860900C and 861117A.

861031A  31st October: CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. Berlin, West-Germany,
                   Philharmonie, ‘Jazz Festival’
                   - Stompin’ At The Savoy (Benny Goodman/Chick Webb/Edgar Sampson)
                   - Robbin’s Nest (Sir Charles Thompson/Illinois Jacquet)
                   - Lover Man (Jimmy Davis/Roger Ramirez/Jimmy Sherman)
                   - See You C.B. (Peter King)
                   - Jumpin’ With Symphony Sid (Lester Young)
                   - Midnight Sun (Lionel Hampton/Sonny Burke)
                   - Lester Leaps In (Lester Young)
                   - Flying Home (Benny Goodman/Lionel Hampton/Sid Robin)
                   Note: The whole show was recorded and filmed by German TV and radio and
                             broadcast on SFB and RIAS in early 1987 and telecast on Nord 3 in April
                             (see 870418A).

861100A  November: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   12“ single (Columbia 12CXP-7191, Canada only). Producers: The Glimmer Twins &
                    Steve Lillywhite.
                    A: Winning Ugly (MJ/KR) -London Mix
                    B: Winning Ugly (MJ/KR) -New York Mix
                    Line-up: see 860324A.

861101A  1st November: German radio (SFB) ‘S-F-Beat’. Review on the ‘Jazz Festival’, incl.
                    - Lester Leaps In (Lester Young) -Berlin 31.10.86, part only

861101B  1st November: German TV (ARD) ‘Berlin Jazz Festival’. Short live-telecast. Incl.
                    - Jumpin’ With Symphony Sid (Lester Young) -Berlin 31.10.86, part only
                    - Lester Leaps In (Lester Young) -Berlin 31.10.86, part only

861100B  early November: probably New York City.
                   - interview with CW
                   Note: Released in (probably early) 1987 on a promo cassette by CBS.

861117A  17th November - 18th December: MICK JAGGER. Hilversum, Netherlands,
                    Wisseloord Studios. Producers: MJ and Keith Diamond. Recordings for the
                    upcoming album Primitive Cool, incl. (might also come from 860900C or
                    861000D):
                    - Catch As Catch Can I (MJ) -early version
                    - Danger Up Ahead I (MJ) -under working title Long Knifes
                    - Party Doll I (MJ) -early version
                    - Radio Control I (MJ) -early version
                    - Primitive Cool I (MJ) -early version under working title What Did You Do?
                    - Shoot Off Your Mouth I (MJ) -early version under working title Lost And
                         Found
                    - Peace For The Wicked II (MJ) -unverified
                    - War Baby I (MJ) -unverified
                    + probably more
                    Musicians: MJ (voc, gtr)/Jeff Beck (gtr)/G.E. Smith (gtr)/Omar Hakim (dr)/Doug
                                       Wimbish (bass)/Jim Barber (gtr)/Keith Diamond (programming)/&  
                                       others

861120A  20th November: UK TV (Sky Channel) ‘Canada Calling’, incl.
                   - interview with CW by Jeanne Beker (probably in NYC, early November)
                   Note: Overtaken from Canadian City TV's 'The New Music' (see 861200B)

861121A  21st November: ROBERT CRAY. New York City, The Bottom Line (2nd show),
                   incl. (all unverified)
                   - False Accusation (Robert Cray/Richard Cousins/Dennis Walker)

                   - Don't Want No Woman (Don Robey)
                   - Don’t Lose Your Cool (Albert Collins) -Steve Jordan on drums
                   Line-up: KR (gtr)/Robert Cray (voc, gtr)/& others

861123A  23rd November: ERIC CLAPTON. New York City, The Ritz, incl.
                   - Cocaine (John J. Cale)
                   - Layla (Eric Clapton/Jim Gordon)
                   Line-up: KR (gtr)/Eric Clapton (voc, gtr)/Greg Phillinganes (keyb)/
                                  Nathan East (bass)/Steve Ferrone (dr)
                   Note: A soundboard recording of the complete show exists.

861129A  29th November: CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. Hartford, Connecticut,
                   Music Hall

861200A  December: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   CD 'Got Live If You Want It' (Abkco Records 74932, -US). Producer: Andrew
                   Oldham. Sound engineer: Glyn Johns. Re-release of live-album with tracks from
                    1965 & 1966 (and two studio-tracks)(see 661210A) with some different tracks,
                     mixes and between-song banter.
                   A: - Band introduction (longer than on original album)
                        - Under My Thumb (MJ/KR) -different take than on original album
                        - Get Off Of My Cloud (MJ/KR) -different mix than on original album
                         - Lady Jane (MJ/KR)
                        - Not Fade Away (Norman Petty/Charles Hardin Holley)
                        - I've Been Loving You Too Long II (Otis Redding/Jerry Butler) -outtake
                             (see 650511B), with live backing overdubbed
                        - Fortune Teller II (Allen Toussaint) -outtake (see 630709A) -with live
                             backing overdubbed; different take than on original album
                   B: - Satisfaction/The Last Time (MJ/KR)
                        - 19th Nervous Breakdown (MJ/KR)
                        - Time Is On My Side (Jerry Ragavoy/Jimmy Norman) -different take than on
                             original album
                        - I'm Alright (Ellas McDaniel)
                        - Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing In the Shadow? (MJ/KR)
                        - Satisfaction (MJ/KR) -shorter than on original album, seguing into God Save
                            The Queen outro-music

861200B  December: Canadian TV (City TV) 'The New Music', incl.
                   - interview with CW by Jeanne Beker (probably in NYC, early November)
                   - interview with BW (London 11.07.85)

861201A  1st December: CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA.
                    LP ‘Live At Fulham Town Hall’ (CBS 450 253 1). Producers: CW and John Stevens.
                    Recorded live in London, Fulham Town Hall 23.3.86 with The Rolling Stones Mobile
                    Studio by Mick McKenna, Arnold Dunn and Malcolm Rodgers. Mixed at Olympic
                    Sound Studios by Keith Grant.
                    A: - Stomping At The Savoy (Benny Goodman/Chick Webb/Edgar Sampson)
                         - Lester Leaps In (Lester Young)
                         - Moonglow (Will Hudson/Edgar DeLange/Irving Mills)
                    B: - Robbins Nest (Sir Charles Thompson/Illinois Jacquet)
                         - Scrapple From The Apple (Charlie Parker)
                         - Flying Home (Benny Goodman/Lionel Hampton/Sid Robin)
                    Note: For all other info, see 860323B.

861201B  1st December: CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. Glen Mills, (near Philadelphia),
                    Pennsylvania, Pulsations

861202A  2nd December: US TV (NBC) ‘Today’, incl.
                   - interview with CW (probably in NYC)

861202B  2nd December: CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. New York City, The Ritz

861203A  3rd December: CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA  New York City, The Ritz

861204A  4th December: CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. New York City, The Ritz
                   (Sky Liner/Robbin’s Nest/Lover Man/Moonglow/unknown 1/See You C.B./
                    unknown 2/Lester Leaps In/unknown 3/Stompin’ At The Savoy/Midnight Sun/
                    Skylark/Stardust)

861205A  5th December: CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. Boston, Massachusetts,
                   The Channel Club

861206A  6th December: CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. Toronto, Canada, Massey Hall
                   (Sky Liner/Robbin’s Nest/Lover Man/Moonglow/Prelude To A Kiss/My Foolish
                    Heart/Stompin’ At The Savoy)

861207A  7th December: CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. Toronto, Canada, Massey Hall
                   (Sky Liner/Stompin’ At The Savoy/See You C.B./Stardust/Lester Leaps In/
                    Scrapple From The Apple/Flying Home)

861213A  13th December: French TV (A2) ‘Rockreport’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Antoine de Caunes (on a Concorde-flight Paris-NYC)

861220A  20th December: THE NEVILLE BROTHERS. New York City, Giant Sound
                   Studios. Producer: Richie Zito. Sound engineer: Jim Gaines, Stephen Hart.
                   - Midnight Key (Jimmy Buffet/Will Jennings/Mike Utley)
                   Line-up: KR (gtr)/Aaron Neville (voc)/Art Neville (voc, keyb)/Charles Neville
                                  (sax)/Cyril Neville (voc, perc)/Willie Green (dr)/Daryl Johnson (bass,
                                  bvoc)/Brian Stoltz (gtr)/Branford Marsalis (sax)

861224A  24th December: Mustique, West Indies, Anglican Church.
                   MJ and David Bowie sing Christmas carols (unverified)

861228A  28th December: MICK TAYLOR. New York City, Lone Star Café. Incl.
                   - Key To The Highway (Charles Segar/Big Bill Broonzy) -KR on lead vocals
                   - Can’t You Hear Me Knocking (MJ/KR)
                   Line-up: KR (gtr, voc)/MT (gtr)/Wayne Hammond (bass)/Mike Cullen (dr)/
                                  Jon Young (keyb, voc)
                   Note: For more info, see MT861228A.

861200C  December: Dutch TV (KRO) ‘Brandpunt In De Markt’. Report on MJ’s stay in
                   Hilversum. Incl.
                   - interviews with a fan and hotel employees (about MJ's stay in Hilversum)
                   + footage of MJ walking down a street in Hilversum

861200D  December: RON WOOD. Wimbledon, England, RW’s home studio. Producers: RW
                   and  Bobby Womack. Sound engineer: Steve Lillywhite. Recordings already begun
                   earlier in 1986.
                  - Must Be Love I (RW) -demo
                  - My Rock Didn’t Roll ( ) -unverified
                  - Run Away ( ) -unverified
                  - Show Me I (Jerry Williams) -demo
                  - So High On Your Love (Bobby Womack/Harold Payne)
                  - Too Close For Comfort (Jerry Bock/Larry Holofcener/George Weiss)
                  + more
                  Musicians: RW, Bobby Womack, Jerry Williams, Frankie Miller, Jeff Beck (gtr),
                                     Simon Phillips (dr)
                  Note: Sessions were continued at Westlake Studios in early 1987 (see 870100A).

861200E  late 1986: BUDDY GUY & JUNIOR WELLS. Swiss TV (TSR), incl.
                   - Help Me (Williamson/Bass/Willie Dixon) -Montreux 28.06.1974
                     Line-up: BW (bass)/Buddy Guy (voc, gtr)/Junior Wells (voc, harm)/Terry
                                    Taylor (gtr)/Pinetop Perkins (p)/Dallas Taylor (dr)
                   Note: Rare video-footage, not released on the official VHS or DVD.