1987

870100A  early 1987: RONNIE WOOD. London, Holland Park, West Side Studios.
                   Recordings for his unreleased solo album ‘Automatic’. Producers: RW and
                   Bobby Womack. Sound engineer: Martin Adam.
                   Musicians: RW (voc, gtr)/Bobby Womack (gtr, voc)/Frank Hamilton (keyb)/
                                      Beverly Craven (bvoc)
                   Note: Recordings already begun in 1986, see 861200B.

870100B  early 1987: ROME.
                   test pressing of 7" single (Network Records PLOT 7 003). Producer: BW.
                   A: Sympathy (Geoff Grange/Carmelo Luggeri/Terry Taylor)
                   B: Listen To Your Heart (Geoff Grange/Carmelo Luggeri/Terry Taylor)
                   Line-up: Terry Taylor (voc, gtr, keyb)/Geoff Grange (voc)/Carmelo Luggeri
                                  (bass, keyb, gtr)
                   Note: Never released as a regular 7". Only test-pressings seem to exist.

870100C  early January - late February: MICK JAGGER. St. Philip, Barbados, Blue Wave
                   Studios. Producer: MJ and Dave Stewart.
                   Musicians: MJ (voc, gtr)/Dave Stewart (gtr)/Patrick Seymour (keyb)/
                                       Dean Garcia (bass)/Olle Romo (drum programming)/Simon
                                       Phillips (dr)/Harrison College Choir (bvoc on Let’s Work)
                   - Kow Tow I (MJ/Dave Stewart) -unverified
                   - Let’s Work I (MJ/Dave Stewart) -unverified
                   - Memory Motel III (MJ/KR) -new version, soundtrack for Beyond The Groove-movie
                   - Say You Will I (MJ/Dave Stewart) -unverified
                   - Throwaway I (MJ) -unverified
                   Note: The new version of Memory Motel maybe comes from a different
                             (unidentified) session.

870100D  January: DON JOHNSON.
                   12" single (Epic EPC 650203 6). Producer: Chas Sandford. Sound
                    engineer: Gary McGachan. Recorded in Miami, Criteria Sound Studios, May 1986.
                    A: Heartache Away (Steve Cochran) -RW on guitar, single edit
                    A: Love Roulette (Don Johnson/Mark Leonard) -RW on guitar and backing
                          vocals, previously released
                    B: Streetwise (Dickey Betts/Don Johnson/Mark Leonard/Chas Sandford/
                          Curly Smith) -previously unreleased; probably with RW on guitar
                    Line-up ‘Streetwise’: RW (gtr)/Don Johnson (voc)/Stevie Ray Vaughan
                                   (gtr)/Dickey Betts (gtr)/Chas Sandford (gtr)/Mark Leonard (bass)/
                                   Curly Smith (dr)/Charles Judge (keyb)/Lenny Pickett and Earl
                                   Gardner (sax)/Whoopi Goldberg (rap)/Bonnie Raitt (rap)

870100E  January: VARIOUS ARTISTS.
                   LP ‘Atlantic Blues: Piano’ (Atlantic 781694-1). With MJ on one track, produced
                   by Ahmet Ertegun and MJ in Chicago, 24.10.76.
                   - I Don’t Know (Clarence Lofton) -by Willie Mabon
                   Line-up: MJ (harm)/Willie Mabon (p, voc)/Lurrie Bell (dr)/Morris Jennings (bass)

870110A  10th January: Italian TV (Videomusic) ‘The World Music Video Awards’, incl.
                   - interview with BW (in Rome)
                   Note: Also broadcast on Sky Channel on the 12th January.

870121A  21st January: ALL STAR BAND. New York City, Waldorf Astoria Hotel,
                   2nd ‘Rock’n Roll Hall Of Fame’-ceremony. Incl.
                   - speech by KR (inducting Aretha Franklin)
                   - Stand By Me (Ben E. King/Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller) -unverfied
                   - Going To A Go Go (William Robinson/Marvin Tarplin/William P. Moore/Robert
                        Rogers) -unverified
                   - Oh Pretty Woman (Roy Orbison/Bill Dees) -KR's participation unsure
                   - Roll Over Beethoven (Chuck Berry)
                   - In The Midnight Hour (Wilson Pickett/Steve Cropper)
                   - Blue Suede Shoes (Carl Perkins)
                   - Hey! Bo Diddley (Ellas McDaniel)
                   + about seven more songs (all unverified, KR's participation unsure)
                   Musicians: KR (gtr)/Ben E. King (voc)/Smokey Robinson (voc)/Roy
                                       Orbison (voc)/Chuck Berry (gtr, voc)/Bo Diddley (gtr)/Bruce
                                       Springsteen (gtr)/Sting (gtr)/Daryl Hall (?)/Jerry Lee Lewis (?)/
                                       Carl Perkins (gtr, voc)/John Fogerty (gtr, voc)/David Sanborn
                                       (sax)/Paul Butterfield (harm)/B.B. King (gtr)/Will Lee (bass)/
                                       Sid McGinnis (gtr)/Anton Fig (dr)/& others
                   Note: The whole show was professionally filmed.

870121B  21st January: US TV (MTV) ‘News’. Incl. report on Rock’n Roll Hall Of
                   Fame-ceremony in New York City, Waldorf Astoria Hotel. Incl.
                   - Roll Over Beethoven (Chuck Berry) -part only
                   - In The Midnight Hour (Wilson Pickett/Steve Cropper) -part only
                   Note: Telecast on a later date.

870124A  24th January: UK radio (BBC1) ‘The Stereo Sequence’. Host: Johnnie Walker,
                   incl.
                   - interview with MJ by (probably) Marjorie Anderson (from BBC Women's Hour,
                        early 1967)

870131A  31st January: UK radio (BBC1) ‘The Stereo Sequence’. Host: Johnnie Walker,
                    incl. a (said to be revised version) of Stones At The Beeb (see 851130A).

870200A  February: CHUCK BERRY. New York, Giant Sound Studio. Producer: KR.
                   Sound engineer: Michael Frondelli.
                   KR mixes for the upcoming soundtrack album 'Hail! Hail! Rock ’n' Roll'.

870213A  13th February: UK TV (ITV) ‘News At Ten’. Report on the Jerry Hall-bust. Incl.
                    - interview with Jerry Hall (in Bridgetown, Barbados)
                    - interview with MJ (in Bridgetown, Barbados)

870214A  14th February: US radio (KLBJ) 'Valentine's Day Special'. Host: Ronnie Lane. Incl.
                    - wake-up call by Ronnie Lane (in Austin) to BW (in London)
                   Note: Allegedly Ronnie lane also called up RW in this programme.

870214B  ca. 14th February: US TV (Channel 11) 'News'. Newscast on the Jerry Hall-trial.

870216A  16th February: US radio (D.I.R.) 'Pioneers In Rock', "Rock'n Roll Singers", incl.
                   - interview with MJ

870216B  16th - 22nd February: US radio (NBC) ‘Legends Of Rock’. Host: Ray White. Incl.
                    - interview with MJ
                    - interview with BW
                    - interview with BJ
                    - interview with CW

870220A  20th February: UK TV (ITV) ‘News At Ten’. Report on the Jerry Hall-bust. Incl.
                   - interview with MJ (in Bridgetown, Barbados)
                   - interview with Jerry Hall (in Bridgetown, Barbados)

870226A  26th February: US TV (ABC) ‘Our World’ incl. retro-report on USA ‘72-tour.

870200B  late February onwards (until late May): MICK JAGGER. New York, Right Track
                   Studios. Mixing and overdubbing of the upcoming album Primitive Cool. Producer: MJ.
                   Sound engineer: Ed Stasium.
                   Musicians: MJ (voc, gtr, harm, autoharp, perc)/Vernon Reid (gtr)/Jimmy Rip (gtr)/
                                      Phil Ashley (keyb)/Richard Cottle (keyb)/Jim Barber (gtr)/G.E. Smith
                                      (gtr)/Jeff Beck (gtr)/Denzil Miller (keyb)/Greg Philingaines (keyb)/David
                                      Sanborn (sax)/John Faddis (tp)/Sean Keane (fiddle)/Paddy Moloney
                                      (whistle and Uileann pipes)/Ernst Hanes (gamelan)/Jocelyn Brown, Cindy
                                      Mizelle, Craig Derry and Brenda King (bvoc)
                   - Blues jam ( )
                   - Catch As Catch Can II (MJ) -single-version
                   - Danger Up Ahead II (MJ)
                   - Gangster's Moll II (MJ/KR) -solo-version

                   - Kow Tow II (MJ/Dave Stewart) -Primitive Cool-version
                   - Let’s Work II (MJ/Dave Stewart) -Primitive Cool-version
                   - Let’s Work III (MJ/Dave Stewart) -shortened single-version
                   - Let’s Work IV (MJ/Dave Stewart) -Dance Mix
                   - Let’s Work V (MJ/Dave Stewart) -Edit
                   - Party Doll II (MJ) -Primitive Cool-version
                   - Peace For The Wicked III (MJ) -Primitive Cool-version
                   - Primitive Cool II (MJ) -Primitive Cool-version
                   - Primitive Cool III (MJ) -Radio Edit
                   - Primitive Cool IV (MJ) -promofilm edit (slightly different/longer than radio edit)
                   - Radio Control II (MJ) -Primitive Cool-version
                   - Say You Will II (MJ/Dave Stewart) -Primitive Cool-version
                   - Say You Will III (MJ/Dave Stewart) -shortened single-version
                   - Say You Will IV (MJ/Dave Stewart) -Remix
                   - Say You Will V (MJ/Dave Stewart) -Instrumental Remix
                   - Shoot Off Your Mouth II (MJ) -Primitive Cool-version
                   - Throwaway II (MJ) -Primitive Cool-version
                   - Throwaway III (MJ) -Remix
                   - Throwaway IV (MJ) -Vocal Dub
                   - War Baby II (MJ) -Primitive Cool-version
                   Note: The remixes and edits were done by Steve Thompson and Michael Barbiero
                             (probably at a later date).
                             Some of the musician could have done their contributions already
                             on the two previous sessions in Hilversum or Barbados.

870200C  late February or early March: BEN E. KING. London, Palladium.
                   RW and Mick Hucknall jam with Ben E. King and his band.

870200D  late February - 7th March: KEITH RICHARDS. New York, Studio 900.
                   Producers: KR and Steve Jordan. KR begins to work on his upcoming
                   album Talk Is Cheap (mostly jam sessions, incl. with MT)

870308A  8th - 15th March: CHUCK BERRY. Los Angeles, California, Larrabee Studio.
                   KR mixes for the movie soundtrack of Hail! Hail! Rock ’n' Roll.

870319A  19th March: European TV (Super Channel/Music Box) 'Off The Wall', incl.
                    - interview with BW (London 18.3.87)

870320A  20th March: UK radio (BBC) ‘Mike Smith Show’, incl.
                   - interview with BW (taken from Music Box, see 870319A)

870324A  24th March: MICK JAGGER. New York City, Right Track Studios.
                   MJ sings Irish folksongs with bagpiper Paddy Maloney (unverified).

870324B  between 24th - 27th March: THE JORDANAIRES. Memphis, Peabody Alley
                   RW, Jerry Lee Lewis and Albert Collins play a brief set with The Jordanaires incl.
                   D.J. Fontana on drums.

870326A  26th - 29th March: BILL WYMAN & TERRY TAYLOR. London, Secret
                   Policeman’s Third Ball. With theme music by BW & Terry Taylor (played
                    from tape).                  
                    - Secret Policeman's Theme (BW/Terry Taylor) -instrumental
                   Note: Released on Virgin video 0777 7 86022 2 4 in 1987 and on DVD on
                             Shout! Factory (SF 11030) in January 2009.

870328A  28th March: French TV (A2) ‘Rockreport’, incl.
                   - interview with BW (London 18.03.)
                   Note: Same as Music Box-interview (see 870319A), but some different content.

870300B  late March - 8th April: KEITH RICHARDS. New York, Studio 900. Jamming, writing
                   and recording of demos (about 40 ideas/tracks).
                   Musicians: KR (gtr, voc)/MT (gtr)/Steve Jordan (dr)/Bernie Worrell (keyb)/Don
                                      Covay (bvoc)/& others

870404A  4th April: ORGANIZED KRYME. New York City, Quadrasonic Sound Studio.
                   Producer: Larry Blackman. KR records a guitar track for the song
                   - Waste It On Love ( ) -unverified

870404B  4th April: US radio (WKCR), Muddy Waters-special, incl.
                   - interview with KR by Brian Keizer (Studio 900, NYC 31.3.87)

870413A  13th April: London, The Champagne Exchange
                    Press conference by BW about his AIMS-project.

870414A  14th April: Danish TV ( ) ‘The Heart Of Heartbeat’. Don Johnson-special.
                    Recorded in Miami, Criteria Sound Studios in May 1986. Incl.
                    - Lean On Me (Bill Withers) -RW on piano, Don Johnson on vocals
                    - Blues jam ( ) -RW and Stevie Ray Vaughan on guitars
                    - RW and Don Johnson jam on piano
                    - RW plays on acoustic guitar
                    + other footage from the ‘Heartbeat’-sessions

870414B  14th April: Swiss radio (Radio 24) ‘Rock Radio’. Report on Zurich ‘67. Incl.
                    - interview with Felix Aeppli
                    - Paint It Black (MJ/KR) -The Hague 15.4.67
                    - Get Off Of My Cloud/Yesterday’s Papers (both MJ/KR) -Paris 11.4.67

870418A  18th April: THE CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. German TV
                    (Nord III) ‘Jazzfest Berlin ‘86’. Recorded live in Berlin, Philharmonie, 31.10.86.
                    - See You C.B. (Peter KIng)
                    - Jumping With Symphony Sid (Lester Young)
                    - Lester Leaps In (Lester Young)
                    - Flying Home (Benny Goodman/Lionel Hampton/Sid Robin)
                    Line-up: CW (dr)/Jimmy Deuchar, Colin Smith, Ted Emmett, Steve
                                   Sidwell, John Huckridge and Dave Defries (tp)/Chris Pyne,
                                   John Picard, Mike Hough and Annie Whitehead (tb)/Olaf Vas
                                   (clarinet)/Peter King, Ray Warleigh, Evan Parker, Danny Moss,
                                   Alan Skidmore, Don Weller, Jan Battermy, Gail Thompson and
                                   Bobby Wellins (sax)/Jim Lawless (vibes)/Mike Pyne (p)/Mario
                                   Castronari and Lennie Bush (bass)/Billy Eyden and John Stevens (dr)

870500A  Spring: RONNIE WOOD. Wimbledon, England, Ron Woods home studio.
                   Producers: RW and Bobby Womack. RW continues the work on his never
                   released album ‘Automatic’.
                   Additional musicians: Kirsty MacColl (boc)/Johnny Marr (gtr)/Mel Gaynor (dr)

870500B  May: LIVING COLOUR. New York City, Right Track Studio. Producer: MJ.
                   Sound engineer: Ron St. Germain.
                   - Glamour Boys I (Vernon Reid) -’Vivid’-version, MJ on backing vocals
                   - Glamour Boys II (Vernon Reid) -single-version, remixed by Ed Stasium, MJ on
                        backing vocals
                   - Which Way To America? (Vernon Reid)
                   + maybe harmonica-overdub on Broken Hearts (Vernon Reid) -produced by Ed
                        Stasium
                   Line-up: Vernon Reid (gtr)/Corey Glover (voc)/Muzz Skillings (bass)/William
                                  Calhoun (dr)

870502A  2nd May: THE STAPLE SINGERS. New York City, 20/20 Club.
                   MJ sings with The Staple Singers.

870526A  26th May - 3rd June and 6th - 11th June: Rome, Bologna, Venice, Florence
                   and Milan, Italy. RW records interviews for Italian RAI TV ‘Estate Rock’.

870529A  29th May: UK TV (BBC1) ‘Wogan’. Host: Terry Wogan.
                   - interview with BW and Spike Milligan by Terry Wogan.

870600A  June: THE NEVILLE BROTHERS.
                   LP ‘Uptown’ (EMI America 24 747 1). Producer: Richie Zito. Recorded in
                   New York City, Giants Sound Studios on the 20th December 1986. Incl.
                   - 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)/Brian Stoltz (gtr)/Daryl
                                  Johnson (bass, bvoc)/Willie Green (dr)/Branford Marsalis (sax)

870600B  June: THE JIMI HENDRIX EXPERIENCE.
                   Video ‘Jimi Plays Monterey’ (Virgin VVD 198). Directors: D.A. Pennebaker
                   & Chris Hegedus. Incl.
                   - BJ announces Jimi Hendrix Experience (Monterey Pop Festival 18.6.67)

870601A  1st June: UK TV (ITV) ‘It Was Twenty Years Ago Today’, incl.
                    - footage from the Stones ‘67 drug trials (from contemporary BBC reports)
                    - interview with George Harrison (about the Redlands-bust)
                    - interview with William Rees-Mogg

870601B  1st June: US radio (D.I.R.) 'Rock Clock'. Host: Rick Nielsen. Incl.
                    - interview with MJ
                    - interview with KR
                    - Brown Sugar (MJ/KR) -Brussels 17.10.73, 1st show
                    - Gimme Shelter (MJ/KR) -London 9.9.73
                    - Tumbling Dice (MJ/KR) -Brussels 17.10.73, 1st show

870601C  1st June: US radio (D.I.R.) 'Classic Cuts'. Host: Dave Herman. Incl.
                    - interview with KR (about Gimme Shelter & Satisfaction)

870608A  8th - 14th June & 18th June: CHUCK BERRY. New York City, Electric Lady
                   Studios. Producer: KR. Sound engineer: Michael Frondelli. KR mixes for
                   the upcoming 'Hail! Hail! Rock ’n' Roll' soundtrack-album.

870609A  9th June: Italian radio (Controradio), incl.
                   - interview with RW (in Florence)

13th June - 24th June: THE CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. US Tour.
                  Line-up: CW (dr)/Don Weller (tsax)/Olaf Vas (ssax)/Jimmy Deuchar (tp)/
                                 Alan … (tp)/John Huckeridge (tp)/Steve Sidwell (tp)/Paul … (tp)/
                                 Henry Lowther (tp)/Colin Smith (tp)/Jim Lawless (vibes)/Bill LeSage
                                 (vibes)/Paul Rutherford (tb)/Annie Whitehead (tb)/Chris Pyne (tb)/
                                 John Picard (tb)/Mike Hough (tb)/Alan Skidmore (tsax)/Peter King
                                 (asax)/Michael Payne (p)/Roy Sidwell (bsax)/Simon Picard (tsax)/Evan
                                 Parker (tsax)/Bobby Wellins (tsax)/Danny Moss (tsax)/Stan Robinson
                                 (tsax)/Ray Warleigh (asax)/Dave Green (bass)/Ron Mathewson (bass)/
                                 John Stevens (dr)/Bill Eyden (dr)

870613A  13th June: THE CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. Los Angeles, The
                    Hollywood Bowl, ‘Playboy Jazz Festival’, incl.
                    - See You, C.B. (Peter King)
                    - Jumping With Symphony Sid (Lester Young)
                    - Sono (Kenny Clarke)
                    - Charlie’s Angels (Jimmy Deuchar)
                    - Stardust (Hoagy Carmichael/Mitchell Parish)
                    - Flamingo (Ted Grouya/Edmund Anderson)
                    - Flying Home (Benny Goodman/Lionel Hampton/Sid Robin) [& reprise]
                    Note: Broadcast through US radio.

870615A  15th June: THE CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. San Francisco, California,
                    The Galleria

870618B  18th June: THE CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. Chicago, Illinois, Park West
                    (Skyliner/Stomping At The Savoy/Robbin's Nest/Points North/Thigh Boots/
                     Lester Leaps In/See You C.B./Jumping With Symphony Sid/Sono/Stardust/
                     Flamingo/Flying Home)

870621A  21st June: THE CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. Washington, D.C., The Bayou

870622A  22nd June: Italian TV (RAI) ‘Estate Rock’. Host: RW. Incl.
                    - interview with Bono by RW

870623A  23rd June: THE CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. New York City, Avery Fisher
                   Hall

870624A  24th June: Italian TV (RAI) ‘Estate Rock’. Host: RW.
                    - interview with Mick Hucknall and Tim Kellet (Simply Red) by RW

870624B  24th June: THE CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,
                   Academy Of Music, 'Mellon Jazz Festival', incl.
                    - Skyliner (Charlie Barnet)
                    - Stompin’ At The Savoy (Benny Goodman/Chick Webb/Edgar Sampson)
                    - Robbin’s Nest (Sir Charles Thompson/Illinois Jacquet)
                    - Raunchy (Don Weller)
                    - Points North (Jimmy Deuchar)
                    - Thigh Boots (Bill LeSage)
                    - Lester Leaps In (Lester Young)
                    Note: Broadcast through US radio (WPEN).

870626A  26th June: Italian TV (RAI) ‘Estate Rock’. Host: RW. Incl.
                   - interview with Duran Duran by RW

870629A  29th June: Italian TV (RAI) ‘Estate Rock’. Host: RW. Incl.
                   - RW, BW and Rick Hutton in discussion about Prince

870700A  early July: CHUCK BERRY. New York City, Electric Lady Studios. Producer:
                   KR. Sound engineer: Michael Frondelli. KR mixes for the upcoming 'Hail! Hail!
                   Rock ’n' Roll' soundtrack-album or film-soundtrack.

870701A  1st July: Italian TV (RAI) ‘Estate Rock’. Host: RW. Incl.
                    - interview with Peter Gabriel by RW

870704A  4th July: Italian TV (RAI) ‘Estate Rock’. Host: RW. Incl.
                   - RW, BW and Rick Hutton in discussion about Genesis

870704B  4th July: THE CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. Pistoia, Italy,
                   Piazza Del Duomo, ‘Bluesin ‘87’
                   (Stompin’ At The Savoy/Points North/See You C.B./Lester Leaps In/Sono/
                    Flying Home [& reprise])
                   Note: Broadcast through Italian radio.

870704C  4th July: French TV (A2) ‘Les Enfants Du Rock’, incl.
                   - footage of BW at Island Records 25th Anniversary-party (in London)
                   Note: Telecast on a later date.

870704D  4th July: European TV (MTV), incl.
                   - interview with BW (London, Pinewood Strudios, Island Records-party)
                   Note: Telecast on a later date.

870706A  6th July: Italian TV (RAI) ‘Estate Rock’. Host: RW. Incl.
                    - RW, BW and Rick Hutton in discussion about Tina Turner

870708A  8th July: Italian TV (RAI) ‘Estate Rock’. Host: RW. Incl.
                    - RW, BW and Rick Hutton in discussion about The Pretenders
                    - interview with Chrissie Hynde by RW and BW
                    - interview with Little Steven by RW

870710A  10th July: Italian TV (RAI) ‘Estate Rock’. Host: RW. Incl.
                    - RW, BW and Rick Hutton in discussion about The Eurythmics

870713A  13th July: Italian TV (RAI) ‘Estate Rock’. Host: RW. Incl.
                    - RW, BW and Rick Hutton in discussion about Dave Stewart

870715A  15th July: Italian TV  (RAI) ‘Estate Rock’. Host: RW. Incl.
                    - interview with David Bowie by RW
                    - RW, BW and Rick Hutton in discussion about David Bowie

870717A  17th July: Italian TV  (RAI) ‘Estate Rock’. Host: RW. Incl.
                    - interview with Sting by RW

870720A  20th - 23rd July: MICK JAGGER. New York City. Director: Zbigniew
                    Rybczynski. Shooting of a promovideo.
                    - Let’s Work (MJ/Dave Stewart)

870727A  27th July: TERENCE TRENT D’ARBY. London, The Marquee.
                    - Mannish Boy (Ellas McDaniel/McKinley Morganfield/Mel London)
                    - Under My Thumb (MJ/KR)
                    - Heartbreak Hotel (Mae Boren Axton/Elvis Presley/Tommy Durden)
                    Line-up: RW (gtr)/Terence Trent D’Arby (voc)/& probably Peter Glenister (gtr)/
                                   Christian Marsac (gtr)/Cass Lewis (bass)/....(dr)/Ebo Ross (bvoc)/Frank
                                   Collins (bvoc)

870727B  27th & 28th July: MICK JAGGER. London. Director: Mary Lambert.
                   Shooting of a promovideo.
                   - Say You Will (MJ/Dave Stewart)

870731A  31st July: Italian TV (RAI) ‘Estate Rock’. Host: RW. Incl.
                    - RW, BW and Rick Hutton in discussion about The Rolling Stones
                        and The Charlie Watts Orchestra

870700B  July: BILL WYMAN & TERRY TAYLOR. Gedding, England, BW’s home
                   studio in Gedding Hall. Producers: BW & Terry Taylor. Recording of a movie
                   soundtrack for Dario Argento’s film Opera. Incl.
                   - Black Notes (BW)
                   - Opera Theme (BW/Terry Taylor)
                  Note: The movie was premiered on December 19, 1987.
                             A longer version (by 13 seconds) of Opera Theme was released in 2005
                             under the title Lost Galaxy as a bonus-track to the re-release of BW's self-
                             titled (third) solo-album from 1982 (see 050824A).

870800A  late July or August: MICK JAGGER.
                     in-house CBS promo cassette 'Audio Buyways', incl.
                    - MJ talks about the upcoming Primitive Cool (New York City, July 1987)

870800B  late July - ca. 20th August: MICK JAGGER. New York City, S.I.R. Studios.
                    Tour-rehearsals.
                    possible line-up: MJ (voc, harm, gtr)/Jeff Beck (gtr)/Doug Wimbish (bass)/Phil
                                                 Ashley (keyb)/& others

870803A  3rd August: ALL STAR BAND. London, Astoria. Incl. (all unverified)
                    - Show Me (Jerry Williams)
                    - Must Be Love (RW)
                    + more (a few originals, a few covers)
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, voc)/BW (bass)/Frankie Miller (voc, gtr)/Graham Gouldman ( )/
                                   Simon Kirke (dr)

870805A  5th August: Italian TV  (RAI) ‘Estate Rock’. Host: RW. Incl.
                   Retro and resume of all ‘Estate Rock’-telecasts by RW, BW and Rick Hutton. Part 1.

870807A  7th August: Italian TV  (RAI) ‘Estate Rock’. Host: RW. Incl.
                    Retro and resume of all ‘Estate Rock’-telecasts by RW, BW and Rick Hutton. Part 2.

870810A  10th August: Japanese radio (FM Tokyo) ‘Suntory Sound Market’.
                    Note: Rebroadcast (parts only) of Time On Our Side (see 850704).

870814A  14th August: European TV (Music Box), incl.
                    - interview with MJ

870815A  15th August - early or mid-September: KEITH RICHARDS. Montreal, Canada,
                    Le Studio. Producers: KR and Steve Jordan. Sound engineer: Don Smith.
                    Musicians: KR (gtr, voc)/Steve Jordan (dr, bass)/Charlie Drayton (bass, dr)/
                                        Ivan Neville (keyb)/Waddy Wachtel (gtr)
                    - Almost Hear You Sigh I (MJ/KR/Steve Jordan) -very early version
                    - Almost Hear You Sigh II (MJ/KR/Steve Jordan) -very early version 2
                    - Breakin’ (MJ/KR)* -soloversion of Dirty Work-outtake
                    - How I Wish I (KR/Steve Jordan) -instrumental
                    - It Means A Lot I (KR/Steve Jordan) -early version with early lyrics
                    - Locked Away I (KR/Steve Jordan) -early version with guide vocals
                    - Struggle I (KR/Steve Jordan) -long early version
                    - She Put The Mark On Me (KR/Steve Jordan)*
                    - What She Wanted (KR/Steve Jordan)*
                    Note: Contents could maybe stem from another session. Songtitles marked
                              with a star are unsure.

870820A  20th August: ALL STAR BAND. Ibiza, Spain, Heartbreak Hotel
                   - A Certain Girl (Naomi Neville)
                   - Sweet Little Rock’n Roller (Chuck Berry)
                   - Private Number (Booker T. Jones/William Bell)
                   - Little Queenie (Chuck Berry)
                   - Twenty Flight Rock (Eddie Cochran/Ned Fairchild)
                   - Heartbreak Hotel (Mae B. Axton/Tommy Durden/Elvis Presley)
                   - Something Else (Eddie Cochran/Jerry Capeheart)
                   - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR)
                   - Johnny B. Goode (Chuck Berry)
                   + I Can Feel The Fire (RW) -unverified
                   + Summertime Blues (Eddie Cochran/Jerry Capeheart) -unverified
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, voc)/Simon Kirke (dr)/Denis Mediterraneo (bass)/Spike
                                  Edney (p)/Mike Thomson (voc)

870821A  21st August: BASH STREET KIDS. Lowestoft, England, Rolling Stones Mobile
                   Recording Unit. Producers: BW & Terry Taylor. Sound engineer: Mick McKenna.
                   Demo recordings with Bash Street Kids (as part of the AIMS Project).

870828A  28th August: UK TV (ITV) ‘One O’Clock News’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ by David Loyn (in London)

870828B   28th August: UK TV (ITV) ‘Six O’ Clock News’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ by David Loyn (in London)
                    Note: Basically the same as One O' Clock news (but slightly longer)

870831A  31st August: MICK JAGGER.
                   7" single (CBS 651028 -7). Producer: MJ and Dave Stewart (A), MJ (B).
                   A: Let’s Work (MJ/Dave Stewart) -shortened single version
                   B: Catch As Catch Can (MJ) -non-album B-side
                   Musicians: see 870911A.

870831B  31st August or early September: MICK JAGGER.
                  12" single (CBS 651028 -6). Producer: MJ and Dave Stewart (A, B1), MJ (B2).
                   A: Let’s Work (MJ/Dave Stewart) -Dance Remix
                   B: Let’s Work (MJ/Dave Stewart) -Edit
                   B: Catch As Catch Can (MJ) -non-album B-side

870902A  2nd September: London, unidentified place.
                   - interview with MJ by Rona Elliot (70 min.)

870908A  8th September: UK radio (BBC1) ‘Steve Wright’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Steve Wright (London, BBC Studios)

870909A  9th September: UK TV (BBC) ‘Top Of The Pops’, London. Incl.
                    - Let’s Work (MJ/Dave Stewart) -playback
                    Note: Broadcast on the 24th September.

870910A  10th September: German radio (NDR2) ‘Club’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ "by Claudia Kirst" (London, 28.08.)
                    Note: In fact the interview is by David Loyn, hijacked by Claudia Kirst and
                              wrongly credited to be coming from London, Heathrow Airport 9.9.87.

870910B  10th September: German TV (ZDF) ‘Der grosse Preis’, incl.
                    - Satisfaction (MJ/KR) -Münster 11.9.65, 1st show, part only

870911A  11th September: MICK JAGGER.
                   LP ‘Primitive Cool’ (CBS 460123-2). Producers: MJ; MJ and Keith Diamond; MJ and
                   Dave Stewart.
                   A: -Throwaway (MJ)
                        - Let’s Work (MJ/Dave Stewart)
                       - Radio Control (MJ)
                       - Say You Will (MJ/Dave Stewart)
                       - Primitive Cool (MJ)
                  B: - Kow Tow (MJ/Dave Stewart)
                       - Shoot Off Your Mouth (MJ)
                       - Peace For The Wicked (MJ)
                       - Party Doll (MJ)
                       - War Baby (MJ)
                  Basic musicians: MJ (voc, gtr, harm, autoharp, perc)/Jeff Beck (gtr)/G.E.
                       Smith (gtr)/Doug Wimbish (bass)/Phil Ashley (keyb)/Richard Cottle (keyb)/
                       Simon Phillips (dr)
                  Additional musicians: Vernon Reid (gtr)/Jimmy Rip (gtr)/Jim Barber (gtr)/
                        Dave Stewart (gtr)/Omar Hakim (dr)/Keith Diamond (programming)/
                        Olle Rommo (programming)/Pat Seymour (keyb)/Denzil Miller (keyb)/
                        Greg Philingaines (keyb)/David Sanborn (sax)/John Faddis (tp)/Sean
                        Keane (fiddle)/Paddy Moloney (whistle and Uileann pipes)/Ernst Hanes
                        (gamelan)/Dean Garcia (bass)/Jocelyn Brown, Cindy Mizelle, Craig Derry
                        and Brenda King (bvoc)/Harrison College Choir (bvoc on ‘Let’s Work’)

870911A  11th September: UK TV (Super Channel) ‘Music Box’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Sunie Fletcher (Paris, February 1985)

870912A  12th September: UK radio (BBC1) ‘The Stereo Sequence’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Johnnie Walker (London, BBC Studios, 8.9.87)

870913A  13th September: Japanese TV ( ), incl.
                    - interview with MJ (in Paris)

870914A  14th September: French radio (Europe 1) ‘Trans Europa Express’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ

870915A  15th September: UK TV (ITV) ‘The Roxy’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Kevin Sharkey (at Countdown studio, near Amsterdam)

870916A  16th September: MICK JAGGER. Dutch TV (VOO) ‘Countdown’, Bussum (near
                    Amsterdam), Netherlands. Incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Adam Curry
                    - Let’s Work (MJ/Dave Stewart) -playback in studio
                    Note: See also 871118A.

870917A  17th September: Swedish TV (TV2) ‘Rapport’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ (in Stockholm)

870917B  17th September: Swedish TV (TV1) ‘Aktuellt’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Jacob Dahlin (in Stockholm)

870918A  18th September: Dutch radio (Radio Veronica) 'Pop Journaal', incl.
                    - interview with MJ (probably Bussum 15. or 16.09.)

870918B  18th September: UK TV (BBC1) ‘Omnibus', "Getting To Dylan".
                    Report from the ‘Hearts Of Fire’-shootings, incl. footage with RW on bass:
                    - Had A Dream About You, Baby (Bob Dylan) -Bristol 19. or 20.9.86, part only

870918C  18th September: French TV (La5) ‘Bains De Minuit’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Guillaume Durand

870919A  19th September: MICK JAGGER. Swedish TV (TV1) ‘Mick Jagger i Sta’n’,
                    Stockholm.
                    - Say You Will (MJ/Dave Stewart) -playback in TV studio
                    - interview with MJ by Jacob Dahlin (in Stockholm 17.09.)
                    - Let’s Work (MJ/Dave Stewart) -playback in TV studio

870919B  19th September: Dutch radio (NCRV) 'Tussenuur Popinterview'', incl.
                    - interview with MJ (probably Bussum 15. or 16.09.)

870920A  20th September: Danish TV (DR) ‘Under Uret’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Hans Otto Bisgaard (Stockholm, Sweden 17.09.)

870922A  22nd September: German radio (Bayern3) ‘Fritz & Hits’. Host: Fritz Egner, incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Fritz Egner (Munich 22.9.1987)
                   Note: Preview. See 870928A.

870922B  22nd September: Austrian radio (Ö3) ‘Treffpunkt’, incl.
                  - interview with MJ

870923A  23rd September: MICK JAGGER.Italian TV (Tele 5) ‘Vota La Voce’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ (who gets the CAT Award) by Red Ronnie in London
                   - Con Le Mie Lacrime (MJ/KR/Danpa) -MJ a capella, part only

870924A  24th September: MICK JAGGER. French TV (TF1) ‘Rapido’, incl.
                    - Play With Fire (Nanker Phelge) -MJ (gtr, voc) and Dave Stewart (gtr)
                        live in the studio (short version, soundcheck-like)
                    - interview with MJ (in French), probably by host Antoine de Caunes
                    - Party Doll (MJ) -MJ (voc, harm, gtr) & Dave Stewart (gtr) live in the studio
                    Note: Telecast on the 26th September.

870924B  September: Norwegian TV (NRK) ‘TopPop’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Vera Kvaal (in Stockholm,17.09.)

870925A  25th September: Dutch radio (Veronica) 'Legendary Curry en Van Inkel'', incl.
                   - short interview with MJ (probably Bussum 15. or 16.09.)

870926A  26th September: UK TV (Super Channel) ‘Rockfile’, incl.
                    - interview with RW (in London)

870926B  26th September: Atlanta, Georgia, The London Brasserie
                   BW (bass), Ringo Starr (dr) and Jerry Lee Lewis (voc) & others jam together, incl.
                   - "a ca. ten-minute blues" ( ) -unverified; might be I Gotta Blues (Jerry Lee Lewis)

870927A  27th September: US radio (D.I.R.) ‘King Biscuit Flower Hour’, incl.
                    - Miss You (MJ/KR) -live in Hampton 18.12.81
                    - Hang Fire (MJ/KR) -live in Tempe 13.12.81
                    - Beast Of Burden (MJ/KR) -live in Chicago 25.11.81
                    - She’s So Cold (MJ/KR) -live in Tempe 13.12.81
                    - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR) -live in Houston 18.7.78
                    - Shattered (MJ/KR) -live in Lexington 29.6.78
                    - Tumbling Dice (MJ/KR) -live in Detroit 6.7.78
                    - Jumping Jack Flash (MJ/KR) live in Houston 18.7.78
                    - Brown Sugar (MJ/KR) -live in Brussels 17.10.73 (1st show)
                    - Happy (MJ/KR) -live in  Brussels 17.10.73 (1st show)
                    - Gimme Shelter (MJ/KR) -live in  Brussels 17.10.73 (1st show)
                    Note: These versions of Happy and Gimme Shelter were previously unaired.

870927B  27th September: UK TV (Super Channel), incl.
                   - interview with BW and Jerry Lee Lewis (Atlanta 26.09.)

870928A  28th & 29th September: German radio (Bayern3) ‘Fritz & Hits’. Host: Fritz Egner,
                   incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Fritz Egner (Munich 22.09.)
                   Note: Mick Jagger-special, aired in two parts.

870929A  29th September: French radio (NRJ), incl.
                    - interview with MJ

870929B  29th September: Spanish TV (TVE) ‘Muy Personal’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Pilar Trenes (in Madrid 25.09.)

870930A  30th September: German radio (Radio Hamburg) ‘Musik-Box’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Britta von Lojewski (Munich 22.9.1987)

870930B  30th September - 2nd October: German radio (SWR3) ‘Pop Shop - Vis-a-vis ’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Bernd Mohrhoff (Munich 22.9.1987)
                   Note: Broadcast in three short parts (one each day).

870900A  September: UK TV (Super Channel) ‘The Rock Of Europe’, incl.
                    - interview with RW (in London)

870900B  September: UK TV (Super Channel) 'Music Box', incl.
                   - interview with RW (in London)
                   - interview with a purchaser of one of RW’s paintings

870900C  September: UK TV (BBC1) ‘Midlands Today’.  Incl.
                   - footage of BW (& Eric Clapton) playing charity cricket at New Road, Worcester

870900D  late September: Spanish TV (TVE) ‘A Tope’, incl.
                  - interview with MJ (Madrid, 25.09.)

871000A  Autumn: KEITH RICHARDS. Montreal, Le Studio or New York, unidentified
                   studio. Producers: KR and Steve Jordan. Sound engineer: Don Smith. Incl.
                    - Crazy Mixed-Up World (Walter Jacobs) -unverified
                    -  I Could Have Stood You Up (KR/Steve Jordan)
                    Line-up: KR (gtr, voc)/MT (gtr)/Steve Jordan (dr, bvoc)/Bobby Keys (sax)/
                                   Johnnie Johnson (p)/Joey Spampinato (bass)/Chuck Leavell (keyb)

871001A  1st October: MICK JAGGER. Norwegian TV (NRK) ‘Vera's Vindu’, incl.
                   - Let’s Work (MJ/Dave Stewart) -playback in TV studio
                   - interview with MJ by Vera Kvaal (in Stockholm, 17.09.)
                   - Say You Will (MJ/Dave Stewart) -playback in TV studio
                   Note: Same playbacks as in 870919A, but different interview.

871003A  3rd October: CHUCK BERRY. New York City, Alice Tully Hall, ‘New York
                   Film Festival’. Premiere of the movie Hail! Hail! Rock ’n' Roll. Director:
                   Taylor Hackford. Producer of the film and album soundtracks: KR. Incl.
                   - Come On (Chuck Berry) -rehearsal at Berry’s home, Wentzville 8.-14.10.86
                   - interview with KR
                   - Carol (Chuck Berry) -rehearsal at Berry’s home, Wentzville 8.-14.10.86
                   - It Don’t Take But A Few Minutes (Chuck Berry) -rehearsal at Berry’s
                        home, Wentzville 8.-14.10.86
                   - I’m Through With Love (Gus Kahn/Matt Malneck/Fud Livingston) -
                        rehearsal at Berry’s home, Wentzville 8.-14.10.86
                   - Roll Over Beethoven (Chuck Berry) -St. Louis, Fox Theater 16.10.86, 2nd show
                   - Almost Grown (Chuck Berry) -St. Louis, Fox Theater 16.10.86, 2nd show
                   - Back In The USA (Chuck Berry) -St. Louis, Fox Theater 16.10.86, 1st show
                        -Linda Ronstadt on vocals
                   - Sweet Little Sixteen (Chuck Berry) -St. Louis, Fox Theater 16.10.86, 1st show
                   - No Money Down (Chuck Berry) -St. Louis, Fox Theater 16.10.86, 1st show
                   - Nadine (Chuck Berry) -St. Louis, Fox Theater 16.10.86, 2nd show
                   - Johnny B. Goode (Chuck Berry) -St. Louis, Fox Theater 16.10.86, 2nd show
                        -Julian Lennon on vocals
                   - Memphis, Tennessee (Chuck Berry) -St. Louis, Fox Theater 16.10.86, 1st show
                   - Little Queenie (Chuck Berry) -St. Louis, Fox Theater 16.10.86, 1st show
                   - Brown Eyed Handsome Man (Chuck Berry) -St. Louis, Fox Theater 16.10.86,
                        1st show -Robert Cray on guitar and vocals
                   - Too Much Monkey Business (Chuck Berry) -St. Louis, Fox Theater 16.10.86,
                        1st show
                   - No Particular Place To Go (Chuck Berry) -St. Louis, Fox Theater 16.10.86, 1st
                        show
                   - Wee Wee Hours (Chuck Berry) -St. Louis, Fox Theater 16.10.86, 1st & 2nd
                         show (hybrid) -Eric Clapton on guitar and vocals
                   - Rock’n Roll Music (Chuck Berry) -St. Louis, Fox Theater 16.10.86, 1st show
                        -Etta James on vocals, Robert Cray and Eric Clapton on guitars
                   - School Days (Chuck Berry) -St. Louis, Fox Theater 16.10.86, 2nd show -Ingrid
                        Berry on vocals, Eric Clapton, Robert Cray and Joe Walsh on guitars
                   Line-up: KR (gtr, bvoc)/Chuck Berry (gtr, voc)/Johnnie Johnson (p)/Joey
                                  Spampinato (bass)/Chuck Leavell (keyb)/Bobby Keys (sax)/Steve
                                  Jordan (dr)                  
                   Note: The audio comes from the shows as indicated. The video footage is most
                             probably a mix from both shows.

871003B  3rd October: German TV (ZDF) ‘P.I.T.’. Host: Peter Illmann, incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Hannes Rossacher (London 13.8.87)

871005A  5th October: BOB DYLAN.
                   7” single (CBS 651 148-7). Producer: Beau Hill. Recorded in London, Town
                   House Studios 27th - 28th August 1986. With RW on bass on side A:
                   A: The Usual (John Hiatt)
                   [B: Got My Mind Made Up (Bob Dylan)]
                   Note: Line-up see 871020E.


871007A  7th October: Swiss radio (Radio 24) ‘El Doradio’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Röbi Koller

871008A  8th October: Italian TV (Italia 1) ‘Cera un ragazzo che...’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Red Ronnie (London, in September)

871009A  9th October: Belgian TV (BRT) ‘Bingo’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Patrick De Witte (in September)
                   - Don't Look Back (Robinson/White) -with Peter Tosh, SNL 16.12.78

871009B  9th October: London, Odeon cinema (Marble Arch). Premiere of the movie
                    ‘Hearts Of Fire’, starring RW as a member of Bob Dylan’s band.

871000B  October: European TV (MTV) ‘The Week In Rock’. Report on the
                    premiere of ‘Hearts Of Fire’-movie in London with RW attending.

871009A  9th October: French TV (La5) ‘Bains De Minuit’, incl.
                    - interview with BW by Thierry Ardisson

871010B  10th October: French TV (A2) ‘Les Enfants Du Rock’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ

871014A  14th October: French TV (TV5) ‘Cargo De Nuit’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Philippe Cornet
                    Note: Re-aired on French TV5 on February 6, 1988.

871014B  14th October: US TV (ABC) ‘Good Morning America’, incl.
                    - interview with KR by Steve Fox (prob. New York City, early October)
                    - interview with Taylor Hackford (director of Hail Hail-movie)

871015A  15th October: ZIGGY MARLEY AND THE MELODY MAKERS.
                    New York, Sigma Sound Studios. Producers: Chris Frantz and Tina Weymouth.
                    Sound engineer: Glenn Rosenstein.
                    - Lee And Molly I (Ziggy Marley) -’Conscious Party’-version
                    - Lee And Molly II (Ziggy Marley) -single-version
                    Line-up: KR (gtr)/Ziggy Marley (voc)/Steve Marley (voc)/Cedella Marley and Sharon
                                   Pendergast (bvoc)/Earl ‘Chinna’ Smith (sax, gtrs)/Mulu Gessesse (gtr)/Zeleke
                                   Gessesse (bass)/Asrat Aemro Selassie (tamb, jawbone)/Raphael W’Mariam
                                   (dr, timbali)/Lenny Pickett (sax, contrabass sarrusophone)/Franklyn Waul,
                                   Melaku Retter and Dereje Mekonnen (keyb)

871015B  15th - 16th October: MICK TAYLOR. New York City, Electric Lady Studios.
                    - Blind Willie McTell (Bob Dylan)
                   Line-up: KR (gtr)/MT (gtr, voc)/Max Middleton (keyb)/Wilbur Bascomb
                                  (bass)/Steve Jordan (dr)

871016A  16th October: BOB DYLAN. London, Wembley Arena
                   - Chimes Of Freedom (Bob Dylan) -unsure
                   - Rainy Day Woman (Bob Dylan)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr)/Bob Dylan (gtr, voc)/Roger McGuinn (gtr)/Tom Petty
                                  (gtr)/Mike Campbell (gtr)/Howie Epstein (bass)/Benmont Tench
                                  (keyb)/Stan Lynch (dr)/Carolyn Dennis, Queen Esther Marrow,
                                  Madelyn Quebec (bvoc)

871017A  17th October: UK TV (Sky Channel) ‘Canada Calling’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ (in September)

871017B  17th October: US TV (CNN) ‘Showbiz This Week’, incl.
                   - interview with KR

871017C  17th + 24th October: German radio (HR3) ‘Top Time’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Daniela Baumeister (in Munich 22.09.)
                    Note: Aired in two parts.

871020A  20th October: MICK JAGGER. Los Angeles, California, The Country Club.
                   Director: Mary Lambert. Shooting of a promo video.
                    - Throwaway (MJ)
                    Also the band jammed during breaks (the first two songs are unverified):
                    - Don’t You Lie To Me (Hudson Whittaker)
                    - Little Queenie (Chuck Berry)
                    - Foxy Lady (Jimi Hendrix)
                    - Whole Lot Of Shakin' In My Heart (Frank Wilson)
                    - Little Red Rooster (Willie Dixon)
                    - Mystery Train (Herman Parker/Sam Phillips)
                    - Sex Machine (James Brown/Bobby Byrd/Ron Lenhard)
                    - Carol (Chuck Berry)
                    - Just Another Night (MJ)
                    - Miss You (MJ/KR)
                    Line-up: MJ (voc)/Jeff Beck (gtr)/Doug Wimbish (bass)/Terry Bozio
                                   (dr)/Phil Ashley (keyb)/& three female back-up singers

871020B  20th October: UK radio (BBC2) ‘Gloria Hunniford’, incl.
                   - interview with RW by Gloria Hunniford

871020C  20th October: UK radio (BBC1) ‘Janice Long’, incl.
                   - interview with RW by Janice Long

871020E  20th October: BOB DYLAN.
                   Soundtrack-LP ‘Hearts Of Fire’ (CBS 460 001-1). Producer: Beau Hill.
                   Recorded in London, Town House Studios 27th - 28th August 1986. Incl.
                   - The Usual (John Hiatt)
                   - Night After Night (Bob Dylan)
                   - Had A Dream About You, Baby I (Bob Dylan)
                   Line-up: RW (bass)/Bob Dylan (voc, gtr)/Eric Clapton (gtr)/Beau Hill
                                  (keyb)/Kip Winger (bass)/Henry Spinetti (dr)

871020F  20th & 21st October: Italian TV (Italia 1) ‘Dee Jay Television’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ (in September)

871023A  23rd October: UK TV (Channel 4) ‘The Last Resort’, incl.
                   - interview with RW by Jonathan Ross

871024A  24th October: European TV (MTV) ‘The Week In Rock’., incl.
                   - interview with BW by Chris Salewicz

871025A  25th October: Austrian TV (ORF) ‘X-Large’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Hannes Rossacher (London 13.8.87)

871027A  27th October: UK TV (BBC) ‘British News/London Plus’, incl.
                   - interview with RW by Terry … (at his home atelier in Wimbledon)

871028A  28th October: UK radio (LBC) 'News To Midday', incl.
                   - interview with RW by Steve Jones
                   + RW answering phone-calls by callers-in

871000C  October: UK-premiere of the movie ‘Eat The Rich’. Director: Tony Richardson.
                   With cameo appearance by BW (as "toilet victim").
                   Note: Also a promovideo by Motörhead (‘Eat The Rich’) includes a part
                             of BW’s cameo.

871000D  late October: US TV (CNN), incl.
                    - interview with RW (at his exhibition 'Decades' in London)

871000E  late October: UK TV (Super Channel) ‘Rock File News’, incl.
                    - interview with RW (at his exhibition 'Decades' in London)

871000F  late October: CHUCK BERRY.
                   LP ‘Hail! Hail! Rock ’n' Roll’ (MCA MCF 3411). Producer: KR. Sound engineers:
                   Michael Frondelli and Dave Hewitt. Recorded live in St. Louis, Fox Theater
                   16.10.86, 1st & 2nd show (most lead and backing vocals were redone in the
                   studio), with exception of I'm Through With Love (recorded during rehearsals
                   at Chuck  Berry's House in Wentzville (near St. Louis), ca. between Oct. 9 - 14,
                   1986.
                    - Maybelline (Chuck Berry) -16.10.86, 2nd show
                    - Around And Around (Chuck Berry) -16.10.86, 1st show
                    - Sweet Little Sixteen (Chuck Berry) -16.10.86, 1st show
                    - Brown Eyed Handsome Man (Chuck Berry) --16.10.86, 1st show; Robert Cray
                         on guitar and vocals
                    - Memphis, Tennessee (Chuck Berry) -16.10.86, 1st show
                    - Too Much Monkey Business (Chuck Berry) -16.10.86, 1st show
                    - Back In The USA (Chuck Berry) -16.10.86, 1st show; Linda Ronstadt on vocals
                    - Wee Wee Hours (Chuck Berry) -16.10.86, 1st & 2nd show; Eric Clapton on
                         guitar and vocals
                    - Johnny B. Goode (Chuck Berry) -16.10.86, 2nd show; Julian Lennon on vocals
                    - Little Queenie (Chuck Berry) -16.10.86, 1st show
                    - Rock’n Roll Music (Chuck Berry) -16.10.86, 1st show; Etta James on vocals,
                        Robert Cray and Eric Clapton on guitars
                    - Roll Over Beethoven (Chuck Berry) -16.10.86, 2nd show
                    - I’m Through With Love (Gus Kahn/Matt Malneck/Fud Livingston) -rehearsal
                    Line-up: KR (gtr, bvoc)/Chuck Berry (gtr, voc)/Johnnie Johnson (p)/Joey
                                   Spampinato (bass)/Chuck Leavell (keyb)/Bobby Keys (sax)/Steve
                                   Jordan (dr)

871100A  November: MICK JAGGER.
                   7" single (CBS 651248-7, Holland). Producers: MJ and Dave Stewart (A)/
                   MJ and Keith Diamond (B)
                   A: Say You Will (MJ/Dave Stewart) -shortened single version
                   B: Shoot Off Your Mouth (MJ) -previously released
                   Musicians: see 870911A.

871100B  November: MICK JAGGER.
                   12" single (CBS 651248-6, Holland). Producers: MJ and Dave Stewart (A, B1)/
                   MJ and Keith Diamond (B2)
                   A: Say You Will (MJ/Dave Stewart) -Remix
                   B: Say You Will (MJ/Dave Stewart) -Instrumental Remix
                   B: Shoot Off Your Mouth (MJ) -previously released

871101A  1st November: US TV (MTV) ‘News At Night’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ (L.A. 20.10.87)

871102A  2nd November: US radio (D.I.R.) ‘Mick Jagger - Under Radio Control’. Host:
                   Rona Elliot, incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Rona Elliot (London, 02.09.)

871102B  2nd - 3rd November: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. New York City, Top
                   Cat Studio. Rehearsals for the upcoming tour.
                   Line-up: See below.

871103A  3rd November: MICK JAGGER.
                   7" single (CBS THROW 1). Producers: MJ and Dave Stewart (A)/MJ and
                   Keith Diamond (B)
                   A: Throwaway (MJ) -single version
                   B: Peace For The Wicked (MJ) -previously released
                   Musicians: see 870911A.

871103B  3rd November (?): MICK JAGGER.
                  12" single (CBS THROW TI). Producers: MJ and Dave Stewart (A, B1)/
                   MJ and Keith Diamond (B2)
                   A: Throwaway (MJ) -Remix
                   B: Throwaway (MJ) -Vocal Dub
                   B: Peace For The Wicked (MJ) -previously released

871104A  4th November: German radio (SWF3) ‘Spezial’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ

4th - 25th November: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. The Gunslingers USA East
                  Coast Tour.
                  Line-up: RW (gtr, voc,)/Bo Diddley (gtr, voc, dr)/Jim Satten (gtr)/Debby
                                 Hastings (bass, bvoc)/Mike Fink (dr)/Hal Goldstein (keyb, bvoc, harm)

871104B  4th November: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. Columbus, Ohio, Newport
                   Music Hall

871105A  5th November: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. Chicago, Illinois, Riviera Night
                    Club
                    Note: With special guest Sugar Blue on harmonica

871106A  6th November: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. Detroit, Michigan, Harpo’s

871107A  7th November: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. Cleveland, Ohio, The Agora

871108A  8th November: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. Monroeville (near Pittsburgh),
                    Pennsylvania, Holiday House (1st show)

871108B  8th November: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. Monroeville (near Pittsburgh),
                    Pennsylvania, Holiday House (2nd show)

871108C  8th November: Dutch TV (VARA) ‘Buch Meets Jagger’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Boudewijn Buch (Amsterdam, mid-September)

871109A  9th November: US radio (GSN) ‘Rockline’. Host: Bob Coburn. Incl.
                   - live-interview with RW by Bob Coburn (in New York City)
                   - RW answers telephone-calls from fans
                   + Ian McLagan phoning in, talking to RW

871110A  10th November: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. Toronto, Canada, The Copa
                     (1st show)
                    (Road Runner/Diddley Daddy/Crackin’ Up/Around The Plynth-Gasoline
                     Alley-Prodigal Son-Around The Plynth/Ooh La La/Honky Tonk Women/
                     Who Do You Love/Band introduction/Money To Ronnie/Little Girl)

871110B  10th November: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. Toronto, The Copa
                     (2nd show)
                    (Diddley Daddy/Crackin’ Up/Who Do You Love/Hey! Bo Diddley/
                     Amazing Grace-Around The Plynth-Gasoline Alley-Prodigal Son-Around
                     The Plynth/Ooh La La/Honky Tonk Women/Money To Ronnie/Who Do
                     You Love 2/Crackin’ Up 2/Mona)

871111A  11th November: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. Poughkeepsie, New York,
                    The Chance

871112A  12th November: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. Boston, Massachusetts,
                    The Channel Club
                    (Bo Diddley’s A Gunslinger/Diddley Daddy/Crackin’ Up/Little Girl/
                     Around The Plynth-Gasoline Alley-Prodigal Son-Stay With Me-Amazing
                     Grace-Around The Plynth/Ooh La La/Honky Tonk Women/You Can’t
                     Judge A Book By It’s Cover/Who Do You Love/Delia-It’s All Over
                     Now/Money To Ronnie/Mona)

871113A  13th November: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. Providence, Rhode Island,
                    The Living Room
                    (Diddley Daddy/Crackin’ Up/Who Do You Love/Around The Plynth-
                     That’s All You Need-Gasoline Alley-Prodigal Son-Amazing Grace-Stay
                     With Me/Ooh La La/Hideaway/Peter Gunn Theme/Mona/Bo Diddley’s A Gunslinger)

871114A  14th November: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. Long Island, New York,
                    The Sundance

871115A  15th November: European TV (MTV) ‘The Week In Rock’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ (L.A. 20.10.87)
                    - interview with RW by Chris Salewicz (London 29.10.87)

871100C  mid-November: WILL AND THE KILL. Dallas, Texas, Hard Rock Cafe. Incl.
                   - Road Runner (Ellas McDaniel) -unsure
                   - It's All Over Now (Bobby and Shirley Womack)
                   - Ooh La La (RW/Ronnie Lane)
                   - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR)
                   + maybe more
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, voc)/William Sexton (gtr, voc)/Charlie Sexton (gtr, voc)/Alex
                                  Napier (bass)/Jeff Boaz (dr)

871100D  mid-November: DUCK DUNN & THE COOLERS. Memphis, Tennessee,
                   Peabody Skyway. RW and Joe Walsh jam with Donald ‘Duck’ Dunn
                   and his band.
                   Line-up: RW (gtr)/Donald 'Duck Dunn' (bass)/Joe Walsh (gtr)/Jim Spake (sax)/
                                  Ross Rice (gtr)/& others

871100E  mid-November: US TV (Channel 5) 'Action News 5', Tennessee, incl.
                   - short interview with RW (at book signing in Memphis)
                   + footage from the jam with Duck Dunn & The Coolers (see 871100D)

871118A  18th November: MICK JAGGER. Dutch TV (VOO) ‘Countdown’,
                    Bussum, Netherlands, incl.
                     - Say You Will (MJ/Dave Stewart) -playback in the studio, 16.09.

871119A  19th November: US radio (GSN) ‘Rockline’. Host: Bob Coburn. Incl.
                    - live-interview with MJ by Bob Coburn (in New York City)
                    - MJ answers call-ins from fans
                    Note: 2-hour special edition, aired on a Thursday for a change.

871121A  21st November: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. Newark, Delaware,
                   Stone Balloon (1st show)
                   (Diddley Daddy/Who Do You Love/Around The Plynth-Gasoline Alley-
                    Prodigal Son-Amazing Grace-Around The Plynth/Ooh La La/Honky
                    Tonk  Women/Crackin’ Up/Mona)

871121B  21st November: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. Newark, Delaware,
                   Stone Balloon (2nd show)
                   (Crackin’ Up/Road Runner/Outlaws/Ooh La La/Little Red Rooster/Honky
                    Tonk Women/Star Spangled Banner/Mona/Who Do You Love/You Can’t
                    Judge A Book By It’s Cover)

871122A  22nd November: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. Raleigh, North Carolina,
                   The Raleigh Pier (1st show)
                   (Road Runner/Crackin’ Up/It’s All Over Now/Ooh La La/Honky Tonk
                    Women/Mona/Money To Ronnie/Who Do You Love)

871122B  22nd November: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. Raleigh, North Carolina,
                   The Raleigh Pier (2nd show)
                    (Bo Diddley’s A Gunslinger/Crackin’ Up/Around The Plynth-Gasoline
                    Alley-Amazing Grace-Little Red Rooster-Prodigal Son/Honky Tonk
                    Women/I’m A King Bee)

871122C  22nd November: US TV (MTV) ‘History In Rock’, incl.
                    - interview with KR

871122D  22nd November: US TV (CBS) ‘Entertainment Tonight’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Eric Burns

871123A  23rd or 24th November: US TV (CBS) 'CBS News Nightwatch', incl.
                  - interview with RW by Charlie Rose (in Washington)

871124A  24th November: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. Washington, D.C., The
                   Bayou (1st show) incl.
                   - Who Do You Love (Ellas McDaniel)
                   - I’m A King Bee (James Moore)

871124B  24th November: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. Washington, D.C.,
                    The Bayou (2nd show) incl.
                    - Mona (Ellas McDaniel)
                    - Bring It To Jerome (Ellas McDaniel)
                    - Hey! Bo Diddley (Ellas McDaniel)

871125A  25th November: US TV (WNBC) ‘News 4 Live At Five’, incl.
                    - interview with RW by Sue Simmons (in New York City)

871125B  25th November: US TV (NBC) ‘Late Night With Letterman’, NYC, incl.
                    - RW jams with the house band
                    - interview with RW by host David Letterman
                    Note: Telerecording. Broadcast on the 27th November.

871125C  25th November: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. New York City, The Ritz
                    - Diddley Daddy (Ellas McDaniel/Harvey Fuqua)
                    - Crackin’ Up (Ellas McDaniel)
                    - I’m A Man (Ellas McDaniel)
                    - Mona (Ellas McDaniel)
                    - Around The Plynth (RW/Rod Stewart)/That’s All You Need (RW/Rod
                        Stewart)/Gasoline Alley (RW/Rod Stewart)/Amazing Grace (Trad.)/
                        Prodigal Son (Rev. Robert Wilkins)
                    - Ooh La La (RW/Ronnie Lane)
                    - Outlaws (RW/Jim Ford)
                    - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR)
                    - Who Do You Love (Ellas McDaniel)
                    - Money To Ronnie (Ellas McDaniel)               
                    - Hey! Bo Diddley (Ellas McDaniel)
                     Note: The whole event was filmed and soundboard recording was made.
                                Broadcast live through US radio (Westwood One).
                                With special guests Eddie Kendricks, David Ruffin, Sarah Dash, Carol
                                McDonald and Faith Fusillo (bvoc) on Who Do You Love and Hey! Bo Diddley.

871125D  25th November: Italian TV (RAI2) ‘TG2’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ

871130A  30th November: QUEEN.
                   Videos ‘The Magic Years, Vol. 2’ (PMI MVP 99 1155 2). Directors: Hannes
                   Rossacher & Rudi Dolezal. Incl.
                   - interview with KR (London, Rolling Stones office, May 1986)

871130B  30th November: QUEEN.
                   Videos ‘The Magic Years,  Vol. 3’ (PMI MVP 99 1156 2). Directors: Hannes
                   Rossacher & Rudi Dolezal. Incl.
                   - interview with KR (London, Rolling Stones office, May 1986)
                   - interview with MJ by Hannes Rossacher (London 13.8.87)
                   + MJ backstage at a Queen-concert (Wembley Stadium, 11. or 12.07.86)

871100F  November: Canadian TV (City TV) ‘The New Music’. Host: Laurie Brown. Incl.
                   - interview with BW (London, 11.07.85)
                   - interview with CW by Jeanne Beker (NYC, early November '86)
                   - Stomping At The Savoy (Benny Goodman/Chick Webb/Edgar Sampson)
                       -CWO, London 09.12.85, part only
                   - interview with KR by Jeanne Beker (Antigua, April '86)
                   - interview with MJ by Laurie Brown (London, September '87)
                   - interview with RW by Laurie Brown (Toronto, ca. 10.11.87)
                   - Diddley Daddy (Ellas McDaniel/Harvey Fuqua) -RW/Bo Diddley live in
                       Toronto 10.11.87, part only          
                   - interview with Tony Sanchez
                   - interview with Cathy Smith

871100G  November: SUPA FRUTAS.
                   7" single (PRT Records PYS 3). Producers: BW & Terry Taylor as Whytel
                   Production. Probably recorded on August 29, 1987 in Bury St. Edmunds with the
                   Rolling Stones Mobile Recording Unit.
                   A: We Want To Grow Like Jesus (D. Whomes)
                   B: It’s Christmas All Over The World (D. Whomes)

871100H  November or December: US TV (CBS) 'CBS News Nightwatch', incl.
                  - interview with RW by Charlie Rose

871200A  December: US TV ( ) ‘20 Years Of Rock’n Roll’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ (20th anniversary of Rolling Stone-magazine)

871200B  December: French TV ( ) ‘Music News’, incl.
                    - interview with RW (while signing his book in L.A. at Book Soup)
                    - interview with Steven Tyler (of Aerosmith)

871202A  2nd December: UK radio (Radio Piccadilly 103 FM), incl.
                   - interview with BW

871202B  2nd December: UK TV (Sky Channel) ‘Canada Calling’, incl.
                   - interview with RW by Laurie Brown (Toronto, probably 10.11.)

871202C  2nd December: German radio (RIAS2) ‘Special’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Daniela Baumeister (in Munich 22.09.)

871206A  6th December: US radio (WRIF) ‘Nightcall’, incl.
                    - interview with RW by Peter Werbe
                    + conversations of RW with callers-in

871208A  8th December: Italian TV (Italia 1) ‘Rock A Mezzanotte’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Jools Holland (Paris 1985)

871212A  12th December: Italian TV (RAI2) ‘D.O.C.’, incl.
                    - interview with RW

871213A  13th December: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. Los Angeles, California,
                    Music Machine
                    Note: Tribute To Bo Diddley-concert.

871219A  19th December: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. Miami, Florida, Woody’s On
                   The Beach

871220A  20th December: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. Miami, Florida, Woody’s On
                   The Beach
                   (Crackin’ Up/Diddley Daddy/I’m A Man/Around The Plynth-Gasoline Alley-
                    Amazing Grace-Little Red Rooster/Ooh La La/It’s All Over Now/Honky Tonk
                    Women/Mona/Who Do You Love-Star Spangled Banner/Bring It To Jerome/
                     Run Baby Run/Road Runner)
                    Note: Professional shot video footage of the following songs exists:
                              - Ooh La La (RW/Ronnie Lane)
                              - It's All Over Now (Bobby and Shirley Womack)
                              - Honky Tonk Women  (MJ/KR)

871222A  22nd December: Brazilian TV (TV Manchete) ‘Conexao Internacional’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Roberto d’Avila in French (in Paris, February 1985)
                   Note: Probably repeat of the interview (with new current promovideos edited in).

871200C  December: GOSH!.
                   7" single (PRT Records GOSH 001). Producers: Ray Santilli and Keff
                   McCulloch. Recorded in London at MBS Studios and/or PRT Studios.
                   A: The Wishing Well (Chris Copping)
                   B: The Wishing Well (Chris Copping) -instrumental version
                   Line-up: BW (bass)/Boy George, Peter Cox, Hazel O’Connor, Grace Kennedy, Dollar
                                  and Noddy Holder (voc)/dozens of artists, too numerous to mention (bvoc)/&
                                  others

871200D  December: GOSH!.
                   7" single (PRT Records GOSH R1). Producers: Ray Santilli and Keff
                   McCulloch. Recorded in London at MBS Studios and/or PRT Studios.
                   A: The Wishing Well (Chris Copping) -Remix, BW on bass
                   [B: The Wishing Well Message (Chris Copping)]

871200E  December: GOSH!.
                  12" single (PRT Records 12 GOSH
001). Producers: Ray Santilli and Keff
                   McCulloch. Recorded in London at MBS Studios and/or PRT Studios.
                   A: The Wishing Well (Chris Copping) -Message Mix, BW on bass
                   B: The Wishing Well (Chris Copping) -BW on bass
                   [B: The Wishing Well Message (Chris Copping)]
                   Line-up: see 880800A.

871200F  December: GOSH!.
                   12" single (Diapason 55.0012, -Spain). Producers: Ray Santilli and Keff
                    McCulloch. Recorded in London at MBS Studios and/or PRT Studios.
                    A: The Wishing Well (Chris Copping) -Steve Walsh Club Remix, BW on bass
                    [B: The Wishing Well Message (Chris Copping)]
                    Line-up: see 880800A.

871200G  late 1987: Australian TV (Channel 7) ‘Saturday Morning Live’, incl.
                   - interview with RW (at his exhibition)

871231A  31st December: RON WOOD ORCHESTRA. Miami, Florida, Woody’s On
                   The Beach
                    (It’s All Over Now/Am I Grooving You/Carol/Mystifies Me/Little Troublemaker/
                     The Stumble/Crackin’ Up/Take A Look At The Guy/Around The Plynth-Gasoline
                     Alley-Prodigal Son-Amazing Grace-Little Red Rooster/Truly/Ooh La La/Breathe On
                     Me/Outlaws/Rock Me Baby/I Can Feel The Fire)
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, voc)/Ian McLagan (keyb, voc)/Bobby Keys (sax)/Johnnie
                                   Lee Schell (gtr, voc)/Will McGregor (bass)/Mike Fink (dr)
                   Note: Soundboard recording was made.