1988

880000A  1988: ROME.
                   7" single (CNR Records 145.394, -Holland/Belgium). Producers: BW (A),
                   BW & Stuart Epps (B). Sound engineer: Stuart Epps.
                   A: Keep Your Distance (G. Grange/C. Luggeri/Terry Taylor) -previously released
                   B: All Systems Go (Geoff Grange/Carmelo Luggeri/Terry Taylor)
                   Line-up: Terry Taylor (voc, gtr, keyb)/Geoff Grange (voc)/Carmelo Luggeri (bass,
                                  keyb, gtr)
                   Note: For more info, see 861025A.

880000B  1988: VARIOUS ARTISTS.
                   LP ‘Argento Vivo 2’ (Cinevox Record TMDF 33.185 -Italy). Incl.
                   - Valley (BW) -by Bill Wyman & Terry Taylor
                   - Opera Theme (BW/Terry Taylor) -by Bill Wyman & Terry Taylor

880100A  January: FEARGAL SHARKEY.
                   7" single (Virgin VS 992). Producer: Danny Kortchmar. Recorded (possibly
                   between 7.10. - 10.10.87) in Los Angeles, California,  at A & M Studios.
                   A: More Love (Benmont Tench)
                   [B: A Breath Of Scandal (Feargal Sharkey)]
                   Line-up A: KR (gtr)/Feargal Sharkey (voc)/Danny Kortchmar (gtr, keyb)/Waddy
                                 Wachtel (gtr)/Bob Glaub (bass)/Steve Jordan (dr)/Mike Finnigan (org)/
                                 David Lasley and Arnold McCuller (bvoc)/Jimmy Zavala (sax, harm)

880100B  January: FEARGAL SHARKEY.
                   12" single (Virgin VS 992-12 ). Producer: Danny Kortchmar.
                    A: More Love (Benmont Tench) -with KR on guitar
                    [B: A Breath Of Scandal (Feargal Sharkey)]
                    [B: More Love (Benmont Tench) -piano version, without KR]
                    Note: For all other info, see 880100A.

880100C  January: FEARGAL SHARKEY.
                   LP ‘Wish’ (Virgin V 2500). Producer: Danny Kortchmar. Incl. KR on guitar on:
                   - More Love (Benmont Tench)
                   Note: For all other info, see 880100A.

880100D  early 1988: New York City, The China Club. Jam session. Unverified. Incl.
                   - Jumping Jack Flash (MJ/KR)
                   - Johnny B. Goode (Chuck Berry)
                   Musicians: MJ (voc)/David Bowie (voc)/Iggy Pop (voc)/& others

880100E  early 1988: GUIDO TOFFOLETTI'S BLUES SOCIETY.
                   LP 'Ways Back' (Appaloosa 122059-1). Producers: Guido Toffoletti
                   and Moon Record. Sound engineer: Nigel Palmer. Recorded in late 1984 in
                   Vicenza, Italy at Nova Studios. Incl.
                   - Route 66 (Bobby Troup)
                   - Let Me Hold You Tight (Guido Toffoletti) -MT on guitar; alternate take
                   Line-up: STU (p)/Guido Toffoletti (voc, gtr)/Massimo Fantinelli (bass)/
                                  Massimo Iannantuono (dr)

880100F  early 1988: MICK JAGGER.
                   promotional one-sided 7" single (CBS 6512657, -Spain). Producers: MJ and Dave
                   Stewart.
                   A: Throwaway (MJ) -unique promo edit version (4.27)
                   Musicians: see 870911A.

880101A  1st January: Swedish TV (TV3) ‘Alright Now! The Island 25th Birthday Party’.
                    Incl. footage of BW attending the party (Pinewood Studios, Iver Heath, 04.07.87)

880102A  2nd January: THE RON WOOD ORCHESTRA. Miami, Florida, Woody’s On
                   The Beach
                   (It’s All Over Now/Carol/Am I Grooving You/Mystifies Me/Little Troublemaker/
                     The Stumble/Ooh La La/Around The Plnyth-That’s All You Need-Gasoline Alley-
                     Prodigal-Son-Amazing Grace-Little Red Rooster/Truly/Breathe On Me/I Can Feel
                     The Fire/I’m A Man/Smokestack Lightnin’-Hoochie Coochie Man/Outlaws)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, voc)/Ian McLagan (keyb, voc)/Johnnie Lee Schell (gtr, voc)/Bobby
                                  Keys (sax)/Will McGregor (bass)/Mike Fink (dr)/Hal Goldstein (keyb)
                    Note: With special guest Art Wood (voc) on Smokestack Lightnin’-Hoochie
                              Coochie Man.

880107A  7th & 8th January: MICK TAYLOR. Miami, Florida, Woody’s On The Beach
                    - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR)
                    - Little Red Rooster (Willie Dixon)
                    - Baby What You Want Me To Do (Jimmy Reed)
                    - Dust My Blues (Elmore James)
                   Note: With special guest RW on guitar and Bobby Keys on sax. Unverified.

880108A  8th January: US radio (D.I.R.) ‘Scott Muni's Ticket To Ride’, incl.
                   - interview with RW by Scott Muni (about the Beatles)

880109A  9th January: German TV (ARD) 'Formel Eins', "200th episode", incl.
                   - short message of RW saying hello to the spectators of Formel Eins

880110A  10th January: SPICE ROOTS. Miami, Florida, Woody’s On The Beach
                    RW jams with Spice Roots.

880113A  13th January: BILLY PRESTON. Miami, Florida, Biscayne Babies
                    RW and Bobby Keys jam with Billy Preston.

880115A  15th January: BIG BANG. Miami, Florida, Woody’s On The Beach
                    RW jams with Big Bang.

880119A  19th January: US TV (syndicated) ‘PM Magazine’, incl.
                   - interview with RW & Jo Wood (San Francisco, December 1987)

880120A  20th January: ALL STAR BAND. New York City, Waldorf Astoria Hotel,
                   ‘3rd Rock’n Roll Hall Of Fame’-ceremony.
                  - MJ speech (inducting The Beatles)
                  - Twist And Shout (Philip Medley/Bert Russell)
                  - All Along The Watchtower (Bob Dylan)
                  - I Saw Her Standing There (John Lennon/Paul McCartney)*
                  - Stand By Me (Ben E. King/Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller)*
                  - Stop In The Name Of Love (Brian Holland/Eddie Holland/Lamont Dozier)
                  - Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On*/Hound Dog/Hi Ho Silver (Dave Williams/
                       Sonny David)(Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller)(Jim Diamond/Chris Parren)
                  - Barbara Ann (Fred Fassert)
                  - Born On The Bayou (John Fogerty)
                  - Like A Rolling Stone (Bob Dylan)*
                  - Satisfaction (MJ/KR)*
                  Line-up: MJ (voc, tamb)/Bob Dylan (voc, gtr)/Bruce Springsteen (voc, tamb)/
                                 Jeff Beck (gtr)/George Harrison (voc, gtr)/John Fogerty (voc, gtr)/
                                 Ben E. King (voc)/Little Richard (voc)/Mary Wilson (voc)/Mike
                                 Love (voc, tamb)/Dave Edmunds (voc, gtr)/Julian Lennon (voc)/
                                 Ringo Starr (dr)/Paul Shaffer (keyb)/Elton John (voc, p)/Billy
                                 Joel (voc, p)/Jeff Lynne (gtr)/Sid McGinnis (gtr)/Will Lee (bass)/
                                 Anton Fig (dr)/& others
                   Note: It’s not sure if MJ was involved with every song, but he surely sang
                             either lead or backing vocals on the songs marked with a star.
                             The whole event was professionally filmed.

880125A  25th January: Swedish TV (TV1) ‘Aktuellt’, incl.
                   - interview with RW by Marie Nyreröd (at his exhibition in Stockholm)

880126A  26th January: JOE SATRIANI. New York City, The Bottom Line
                   - Red House (Jimi Hendrix)
                   Line-up: MJ (voc)/Joe Satriani (gtr)/& others.
                   Note: The song was videofilmed.

880127A  27th January: US TV (syndicated) ‘Evening Magazine’, incl.
                   - interview with RW (Los Angeles, December 1987)

880129A  29th January: UK TV (Super Channel) ‘The Rock Of Europe’. Hall Of Fame-special,
                   New York City 20.01.88, incl.
                   - Satisfaction (MJ/KR) -part only
                   - part of MJ’s speech
                   - Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On (Dave Williams/Sonny David) -part only
                   - Like A Rolling Stone (Bob Dylan) -part only

880131A  31st January: European TV (MTV) ‘News’. Report on Hall Of Fame, incl.
                   - I Saw Her Standing There (Philip Medley/Bert Russell) -part only, NYC 20.1.88

880131B  31st January: ROCKET 88. UK TV (LWT) 'Boogie Woogie South Bank Show',
                  London, incl.
                  - Meade’s Boogie (Meade Lux Lewis)
                  - Boogie Woogie Prayer (Pete Johnson/Albert Ammons/Meade Lux Lewis)
                  - Roll 'Em Pete (Pete Johnson/Joe Turner)
                  Line-up: CW (dr)/Bob Hall (p)/George Green (p)/Big Joe Duskin (p)/
                                 Axel Zwingenberger (p)/Dave Green (bass)
                  Note: Recorded in January 1986. Maybe this telecast was already a repeat.

880100E  late January: KEITH RICHARDS. New York City, unidentified studio.
                   KR is doing some mixing work for ‘Talk Is Cheap’ with Tom Waits.

880100F  late January: Swedish TV (TV3) ‘Nattpatrullen’, incl.
                   - interview with RW (at his exhibition in Stockholm)

880200A  early February - 27th February: MICK JAGGER. New York City, S.I.R. Studios.
                   MJ auditions and rehearses for the upcoming Tour Of Japan.

880205A  5th February: KEITH RICHARDS. Memphis, Tennessee, Ardent Studios and/or
                   Royal Recording Studios. Producer: KR. Horn arranger: Willie Mitchell.
                   The Memphis Horns are doing a horn overdub on:
                   - Make No Mistake (KR/Steve Jordan) -Talk Is Cheap-version
                   Musicians: Ben Cauley, Jack Hale, Jimmi Kinnard, Andrew Love, Gray E. Topper,
                                      James Mitchell and Willie Mitchell (horns)

880207A  7th February: US TV (CNN) ‘One On One’, incl.
                    - interview with RW by Dennis Michael

880209A  9th February: US TV (NBC) ‘Late Night With Letterman’, New York City. Incl.
                   - interview with Jerry Hall by David Letterman
                   - Jerry Hall phonecalls MJ (at S.I.R. Studios, New York City)
                   - short phone-interview with MJ by David Letterman

880214A  14th February: TOTTA'S BLUESBAND. Gothenburg, Sweden, Yaki-Da
                    RW jams with Totta's Bluesband on some unverified blues standards and
                    - It’s All Over Now (Bobby And Shirley Womack)

880215A  15th February: MÖLA MÖLA.
                   7" single (The Mobile Label WGW1). Producers: BW and Terry Taylor (as
                   Wytel Production).
                   A: Get Ahead (Jack Hazebrook)
                   B: Let’s Make Love Together (Jack Hazebrook)
                   Line-up: Jack Hazebrook (all instruments)

880216A  16th February: UK radio (BBC Radio 4) ‘PM Show’, incl.
                    - interview with BW and Jack Hazebrook (Möla Möla)

880217A  17th February: UK TV (BBC1) ‘Wogan’. Host: Terry Wogan. Incl.
                    - interview with BW and Jack Hazebrook (Möla Möla) by Terry Wogan 

880219A  19th February: JOHNNY COPELAND. Miami, Florida, Woody’s On The Beach
                    With RW on guitar on one or more tracks.

880220A  20th February: MICK JAGGER. New York City, S.I.R. Studio. Tour-rehearsals,
                   partly filmed by Japanese TV. Incl.
                   - Miss You (MJ/KR) -part only
                   Note: Also filmed was a short message from MJ to the Japanese fans.

880220B  20th February: ALL STAR BAND. London, Royal Albert Hall
                   - Tallahassee Lassie (Frank C. Slay Jr./Bob Crewe/F. A. Picariello)
                   - Baby Come Back (Edmund Grant)
                   - Lucille (Albert Collins/Sydneyard Penniman)
                   - Baby Please Don't Go (Mary Wiliams) -Chris Rea on lead vocals
                   - Band introduction
                   - Johnny B. Goode (Chuck Berry)
                   - It’s All Over Now (Bobby and Shirley Womack)
                   - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR)
                   - Speech by organizer BW
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, voc)/BW (bass)/Ian Dury (voc)/Eddie Grant (gtr, voc)/
                                  Terence Trent D’Arby (voc)/Phil Collins (dr)/Kenney Jones (dr)/
                                  Ray Cooper (perc)/Allan Clarke (keyb)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/Simon
                                  Kirke (perc)/Kay Coleman, Geoff Grange, Caroline Bird, Zoe
                                  Nicholas & Siobian Mayer (bvoc)
                   Note: Benefit concert for the Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH).
                             The whole show was broadcast on UK BBC TV and later released
                             on video in 1989 (Odyssey Video ODY 128; omitting the song Baby
                             Please Don't Go) and on DVD (Warner Music Vision 2564 63166-2) in
                             April 2006. It was also aired on on UK radio (Radio Trent).
                             Three songs (Lucille, Honky Tonk Women & It’s All Over Now)
                             were also broadcast by US radio (Westwood One) in its series
                             'Superstars In Concert'.

880224A  24th February onwards: KEITH RICHARDS. New York City, unidentified studio.
                   KR works on Talk Is Cheap. Additional musicians: Waddy Wachtel (gtr) & others.

880225A  25th February: French TV (A2) ‘Planete Rock', incl.
                   - interview with RW (at his Decades-exhibition in London, October 1987)

880226A  26th February: German TV (ARD) ‘Formel Eins’. Report on Hall Of Fame-
                   ceremony New York City 20.01.88, incl.
                   - I Saw Her Standing There (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) -part only

880227A  27th February: German TV (WDR) ‘Musik Szene 88’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Hannes Rossacher (London, 13.08.1987)
                   + Hail Hail Rock’n Roll movie-review
                   + Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR) -coverversion by Z’Zi Labor

880228A  28th February: UK radio (BBC1) ‘Backchat’, incl.
                   - interview with BW and Jack Hazebrook (Möla Möla) in London

880228B  28th February - 5th March: MICK JAGGER. New York City, Silvercup Studios.
                   Tour-rehearsals.
                   Line-up: MJ (voc, gtr, harm)/Joe Satriani (gtr)/Jimmy Rip (gtr)/Phil Ashley
                                  (keyb)/Richard Cottle (keyb, sax)/Doug Wimbish (bass)/Simon Phillips
                                  (dr)/Bernard Fowler, Lisa Fischer, Linda Moran & Sybil Scoby (bvoc)

880229A  29th February & 7th March: US radio (NBC) 'Legends Of Rock'. Host: Ray White.
                   Rolling Stones-special in two parts. Incl.
                   - interview with MJ
                   - interview with BJ (archival)
                   - interview with KR
                   - interview with BW
                   - interview with RW
                   - interview with MT

880200B  February: ZIGGY MARLEY AND THE MELODY MAKERS.
                   LP ‘Conscious Party’ (Virgin 208930-630). Recorded 15.10.87 in New York,
                   Sigma Sound Studios. Producers: Chris Frantz and Tina Weymouth. Sound engineer:
                   Glenn Rosenstein. Incl.
                   - Lee And Molly (Ziggy Marley) -album 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)

880301A  1st March: Tokyo, Japan. Press conference by RW.
                    Note: About 1 minute of film-footage (w. RW, family & Bill German) circulates.

2nd March - 15th March: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. The Gunslingers Tour
                   Of Japan.
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, voc,)/Bo Diddley (gtr, voc, dr, perc)/Jim Satten (gtr)/Debby
                                  Hastings (bass, bvoc)/Mike Fink (dr)/Hal Goldstein (keyb, bvoc, harm)

880302A  2nd March: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. Tokyo, Japan, Live Inn
                   (Crackin’ Up/Around The Plynth-Gasoline Alley-Prodigal Son-Stay With
                    Me-That’s All You Need-Little Red Rooster/Ooh La La/Honky Tonk Women/
                    Diddley’s A Gunslinger/Who Do You Love/It’s Mine/It’s All Over Now)
                   Note: Broadcast on Japanese radio on the 12th March.

880302B  2nd March: Japanese radio (Tokyo FM), incl.
                   - interview with RW (in Tokyo)

880303A  3rd March: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. Tokyo, Japan, Yubin Chockin Hall
                   (Crackin’ Up/Mona/I’m A Man/Around The Plynth-Motherless Children-
                    Gasoline Alley-Prodigal Son-Memo From Turner-Stay With Me-Little
                    Red Rooster/Ooh La La/Honky Tonk Women/Bo Diddley’s A
                    Gunslinger/Who Do You Love/It’s All Over Now/Hey! Bo Diddley)

880304A  4th March: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. Sapporo, Japan, Kosei Nenkin Hall

880305A  5th March: Tokyo, Japan, La Foret Harajuku. Press conference.
                   RW & Bo Diddley announce more shows.

880306A  6th March: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. Tokyo, Japan, Nakano Sun Plaza
                   (Crackin’ Up/Money To Ronnie/Mona/I’m A Man/Around The Plynth-
                    Gasoline Alley-Prodigal Son-Motherless ChildrenAmazing Grace-Little
                    Red Rooster-Stay With Me/Ooh La La/Honky Tonk Women/You Can’t
                    Judge A Book By The Cover/Bo Diddley’s A Gunslinger/Who Do You
                    Love/It’s Mine/It’s All Over Now)

880307A  7th March: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. Tokyo, Japan, Nakano Sun Plaza
                   TV Recordings for ‘Super Live’. Incl.
                    - interview with Bo Diddley and Ron Wood
                    - Who Do You Love (Ellas McDaniel)
                    - Ooh La La (RW/Ronnie Lane)
                    - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR)
                    - interview with RW
                    - I’m A Man (Ellas McDaniel)
                    - Mona (Ellas McDaniel)
                    - You Can’t Judge A Book By The Cover (Ellas McDaniel)
                    - Hey! Bo Diddley (Ellas McDaniel)
                    Note: Telecast in early Summer.

880307B  7th March: Japanese TV (FNN), newscast.
                   - footage from MJ's arrival at Tokyo's Narita airport

880308A  8th March: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. Tokyo, Japan, Yubin Chockin Hall

880308B  8th March: Tokyo, Japan, Capitol Tokyu Hotel. Press conference by MJ.

880308C  8th March: Japanese radio ( ) ‘Ragical History Night’, incl.
                   - short interview bit of MJ's press conference at Capitol Tokyu Hotel

880308D  8th March: Japanese TV (FNN), newscast, incl.
                   - interview with MJ (from press conference at Capitol Tokyu Hotel)

880308E  8th March: Japanese TV ( ), newscast, incl.
                   - interview with MJ (from press conference at Capitol Tokyu Hotel)

880309A  9th March: Japanese TV ( ), "breakfast TV", incl.
                   - interview with MJ (from press conference at Capitol Tokyu Hotel, 08.03.)

880309B  9th March: Japanese radio (JOQR) ‘Bunko’, "The Day Of Jagger", incl.
                   - interview with MJ

880309C  9th March: US TV (CNN) 'Showbiz Today', incl.
                   - interview with MJ (from press conference at Capitol Tokyu Hotel)

880310A  ca. 10th - 17th March: KEITH RICHARDS. Bermuda, West Indies, Bermuda Sound
                  Recording Studios. Producer: KR and Steve Jordan. KR works on ‘Talk Is Cheap’.

880310B  10th March: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. Nagoya, Japan, Kinro Kaikan
                   (Crackin’ Up/Mona/Money To Ronnie/I’m A Man/Around The Plynth-
                    Gasoline Alley-Prodigal Son-Motherless Children-Stay With Me-Amazing
                    Grace-Around The Plynth/Buried Alive/Outlaws/Ooh La La/Honky Tonk
                    Women/Bo Diddley’s A Gunslinger/Who Do You Love/It’s Mine/It’s All
                    Over Now/Hey! Bo Diddley)

880311A  11th March: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. Osaka, Japan, Nenkin Hall
                    (Crackin’ Up/Mona/Money To Ronnie/I’m A Man/Around The Plynth-
                     That’s All You Need-Gasoline Alley-Motherless Children-Amazin Grace-
                     Prodigal Son-Stay With Me/Ooh La La/Buried Alive/Outlaws/Honky
                     Tonk Women/Bo Diddley’s A Gunslinger/Who Do You Love/It’s
                     Mine/It’s All Over Now/Hey! Bo Diddley)

880312A  12th March: US TV (CNN), 'Showbiz This Week', incl.
                    - interview with MJ (from press conference at Capitol Tokyu Hotel)

880312B  12th - 14th March: MICK JAGGER. Osaka, Japan, Expo Park Hall.Tour-rehearsals.

880313A  13th March: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. Tokyo, Japan, Nakano Sun Plaza
                    (Crackin’ Up/Mona/Money To Ronnie/I’m A Man/Around The Plynth-
                     That’s All You Need-Memo From Turner-Motherless Children-Gasoline
                     Alley-Prodigal Son-Amazing Grace-Little Red Rooster/Buried Alive/
                     Outlaws/Honky Tonk Women/Bo Diddley’s A Gunslinger/Who Do You
                     Love/It’s Mine/It’s All Over Now/Hey! Bo Diddley)

880314A  14th March: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. Tokyo, Japan, Nakano Sun Plaza
                    (Crackin’ Up/Mona/Money To Ronnie/I’m A Man/Around The Plynth-
                     Motherless Children-Gasoline Alley-Stay With Me-Amazing Grace-
                     Prodigal Son/Buried Alive/Outlaws/I Can Feel The Fire/Band
                     introduction/Honky Tonk Women/Bo Diddley’s A Gunslinger/Who Do
                     You Love/It’s Mine/It’s All Over Now/Hey! Bo Diddley)

880315A  15th March: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. Tokyo, Japan, Yubin Chockin Hall
                    (Diddley Daddy/Crackin’ Up/Mona/Money To Ronnie/I’m A Man/Around
                     The Plynth-Motherless Children-Gasoline Alley-Prodigal Son-Stay With
                     Me-Memo From Turner-Amazing Grace-Little Red Rooster/Buried
                     Alive/Outlaws/I Can Feel The Fire/Ooh La La/Honky Tonk Women/Bo
                     Diddley’s A Gunslinger/Who Do You Love/Happy Birtday Jo Wood/It’s
                     Mine/It’s All Over Now/Hey! Bo Diddley)

15th March - 28th March: MICK JAGGER. Tour Of Japan.
                   Line-up: MJ (voc, gtr, harm)/Joe Satriani (gtr)/Jimmy Rip (gtr)/Phil Ashley (keyb)/
                                  Richard Cottle (keyb, sax)/Doug Wimbish (bass)/Simon Phillips (dr)/
                                  Bernard Fowler, Lisa Fischer, Linda Moran & Sybil Scoby (bvoc)
                   Note: With special Tsutomu Yamashita
(perc) on Sympathy For The Devil &
                             Satisfaction.

880315B  15th March: MICK JAGGER. Osaka, Japan, Osakajo Castle Hall
                   (Honky Tonk Women/Throwaway/Bitch/Let’s Spend The Night Together/
                    Lonely At The Top/Beast Of Burden/Tumbling Dice/Miss You/Ruby
                    Tuesday/Just Another Night/War Baby/Lucky In Love/Harlem Shuffle/
                    Say You Will/Party Doll/Band introduction/You Can’t Always Get What
                    You Want/Radio Control/Shoot Off Your Mouth/Gimme Shelter/Start Me
                    Up/Brown Sugar/It’s Only Rock’n Roll/Jumping Jack Flash/Satisfaction/
                    Sympathy For The Devil)

880316A  16th March: MICK JAGGER. Osaka, Japan, Osakajo Castle Hall
                    (Honky Tonk Women/Throwaway/Bitch/Let’s Spend The Night Together/
                     Lonely At The Top/Beast Of Burden/Tumbling Dice/Miss You/Ruby
                     Tuesday/Just Another Night/War Baby/Harlem Shuffle/Lucky In Love/
                     Say You Will/Party Doll/Band introduction/You Can’t Always Get What
                     You Want/Radio Control/Shoot Off Your Mouth/Gimme Shelter/Start Me
                     Up/Brown Sugar/It’s Only Rock’n Roll/Jumping Jack Flash/Satisfaction/
                     Sympathy For The Devil)

880318A  18th March: MICK JAGGER. Osaka, Osakajo Castle Hall
                    (Honky Tonk Women/Throwaway/Bitch/Let’s Spend The Night Together/
                     Lonely At The Top/Beast Of Burden/Tumbling Dice/Miss You/Ruby
                     Tuesday/Just Another Night/War Baby/Harlem Shuffle/Lucky In Love/
                     Say You Will/Party Doll/Band introduction/You Can’t Always Get What
                     You Want/Radio Control/Shoot Off Your Mouth/Gimme Shelter/Start Me
                     Up/Brown Sugar/It’s Only Rock’n Roll/Jumping Jack Flash/Satisfaction/
                     Sympathy For The Devil)
                    Note: A 20-min. private video with Shoot Off Your Mouth and Start Me Up -
                              Sympathy For The Devil exists (most tracks incomplete).

880318B  18th March: Japanese radio (Nippon Hoso) ‘All Night Nippon’, "History Of Mick
                   Jagger", incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Jinsei Tsuji
                   + Miss You (MJ/KR) -rehearsals at S.I.R. Studios, 20.02.88, part only

880318C  18th March: Norwegian TV (NRK) ‘TopPop’, incl.
                    - Not Fade Away (Norman Petty/Charles Hardin Holly) -NME 26.04.1964

18th March - 26th March: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. The Gunslingers US
           West Coast Tour.
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, voc,)/Bo Diddley (gtr, voc, dr, perc)/Jim Satten (gtr)/Debby
                                 Hastings (bass, bvoc)/Mike Fink (dr)/Hal Goldstein (keyb, bvoc, harm)

880318C  18th March: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. Los Angeles, California, The Palace
                    (Crackin' Up/Mona/Money To Ronnie/I'm A Man/Around The Plynth-Motherless
                     Children-Gasoline Alley-Stay With Me-Prodigal Son-Little Red Rooster/Outlaws/
                     Ooh La La/Honky Tonk Women/Bo Diddley’s A Gunslinger/Who Do You Love?/
                     It's Mine/It's All Over Now/Hey! Bo Diddley)

880319A  19th March: MICK JAGGER. Osaka, Japan, Osakajo Castle Hall
                    - MJ announces the cancellation of the gig due to illness (postponed to March 28)

880322A  22nd March: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. Phoenix, Arizona, some parking lot

880322B  22nd March: MICK JAGGER. Tokyo, Japan, Tokyo Dome
                   (Honky Tonk Women/Throwaway/Bitch/Let’s Spend The Night Together/
                    Beast Of Burden/Tumbling Dice/Miss You/Ruby Tuesday/Just Another
                    Night/War Baby/Harlem Shuffle/Say You Will/Party Doll/Band
                    introduction/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Radio Control/
                    Gimme Shelter/Start Me Up/Brown Sugar/It’s Only Rock’n Roll/Jumping
                    Jack Flash/Sympathy For The Devil/Satisfaction)

880323A  23nd March: MICK JAGGER. Tokyo, Japan, Tokyo Dome
                   (Honky Tonk Women/Throwaway/Bitch/Let’s Spend The Night Together/
                    Beast Of Burden/Tumbling Dice/Miss You/Ruby Tuesday/Just Another
                    Night/War Baby/Harlem Shuffle/Say You Will/Party Doll/Band
                    introduction/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Radio Control/
                    Gimme Shelter/Start Me Up/Brown Sugar/It’s Only Rock’n Roll/Jumping
                    Jack Flash/Sympathy For The Devil/Satisfaction)
                    Note: With special guest star Tina Turner duetting on Brown Sugar & It’s Only Rock’n
                              Roll. The whole show was filmed by Japanese TV (see 880327B).

880323B  23rd March: Japanese TV (TV Asahi) ‘The Best Hit USA’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Katsuya Kobayashi (Osaka 10.03.88)

880323C  ca. 23rd March: US TV (CNN) ‘Prime News’, Tokyo-report, incl.
                    - Throwaway (MJ) -Tokyo 22.03.88, part only
                    - Satisfaction (MJ/KR) -Tokyo 22.03.88, part only

880324A  24th March: Italian TV (RAI1) ‘San Remo Rock’, incl.
                   - interview with BW and Chris Rea (London 20.02.88)
                   - interview with RW, Kenney Jones & Phil Collins (London 20.02.88)

880324B  24th March: German TV (RTL+) ‘7 vor 7’, MJ Tokyo-report, incl.
                   - Satisfaction (MJ/KR) -Tokyo 22.03.88, part only

880324C  24th March: UK radio (BBC1) ‘Simon Bates’, incl.
                   - phone-interview with MJ (in Tokyo) by Simon Bates

880325A  25nd March: MICK JAGGER. Nagoya, Japan, International Exhibition Hall
                   (Honky Tonk Women/Throwaway/Bitch/Let’s Spend The Night Together/
                    Beast Of Burden/Tumbling Dice/Miss You/Ruby Tuesday/Just Another
                    Night/War Baby/Harlem Shuffle/Foxy Lady/Party Doll/Band
                    introduction/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Radio Control/
                    Gimme Shelter/Start Me Up/Brown Sugar/It’s Only Rock’n Roll/Jumping
                    Jack Flash/Sympathy For The Devil/Satisfaction)

880325B  25th March: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. San Francisco, California, The Fillmore
                   Note: With special guest John Lee Hooker on one or more songs.

880326A  26nd March: MICK JAGGER. Nagoya, Japan, International Exhibition Hall
                   (Honky Tonk Women/Throwaway/Bitch/Let’s Spend The Night Together/
                    Beast Of Burden/Tumbling Dice/Miss You/Ruby Tuesday/Just Another
                    Night/War Baby/Harlem Shuffle/Foxy Lady/Party Doll/Band
                    introduction/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Gimme Shelter/
                    Start Me Up/Brown Sugar/It’s Only Rock’n Roll/Jumping Jack Flash/
                    Sympathy For The Devil/Satisfaction)

880326B  26th March: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. Los Angeles, California, Magic
                   Mountain Amusement Park

880327A  27th March: TINA TURNER. Osaka, Japan, Osakajo Castle Hall
                   - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR)
                   Line-up: MJ (voc)/Tina Turner (voc)/James Ralston (gtr)/Laurie Wisefield (gtr)/
                                  Bob Feit (bass)/Jack Bruno (dr)/Steve Scales (perc)/John Miles (keyb)/
                                  Don Snow (keyb)/Ollie Marland (keyb)/Deric Dyer (sax)

880327B  27th March (or earlier): Japanese TV ( ), trailer for Tokyo Dome-special, incl.
                   - message by MJ

880327C  27th March: MICK JAGGER. Japanese TV ( ) ‘Mick Jagger In Tokyo Dome’.
                   - footage of MJ in Japan
                   - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR) -Tokyo 22.3.88
                   - Throwaway (MJ) -Tokyo 22.3.88
                   - Tumbling Dice (MJ/KR) -Tokyo 22.3.88
                   - Miss You (MJ/KR) -Tokyo 22.3.88
                   - Just Another Night (MJ) -Tokyo 22.3.88
                   - Harlem Shuffle (Bob Relf/Earl Nelson) -Tokyo 22.3.88
                   - Party Doll (MJ) -Tokyo 22.3.88
                   - Gimme Shelter (MJ/KR) -Tokyo 22.3.88
                   - Start Me Up (MJ/KR) -Tokyo 22.3.88
                   - Brown Sugar (MJ/KR) -with Tina Turner (voc) -Tokyo 23.3.88
                   - It’s Only Rock’n Roll (MJ/KR) -with Tina Turner (voc) -Tokyo 23.3.88
                   - Jumping Jack Flash (MJ/KR) -Tokyo 22.3.88
                   - Sympathy For The Devil (MJ/KR) -Tokyo 22.3.88
                   - Satisfaction (MJ/KR) -Tokyo 22.3.88

880328A  28th March: MICK JAGGER. Osaka, Japan, Osakajo Castle Hall
                   (Honky Tonk Women/Throwaway/Bitch/Let’s Spend The Night Together/
                    Beast Of Burden/Tumbling Dice/Miss You/Ruby Tuesday/Just Another
                    Night/War Baby/Harlem Shuffle/Foxy Lady/Party Doll/Band
                    introduction/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Radio Control/
                    Shoot Off Your Mouth/Gimme Shelter/Start Me Up/Brown Sugar/It’s
                    Only Rock’n Roll/Jumping Jack Flash/Sympathy For The Devil/Satisfaction)

880330A  30th March: RON WOOD. Miami, Florida, Woody’s On The Beach
                   (Texas Shuffle/Can’t You Hear Me Knocking/Buried Alive/Outlaws/Around
                    The Plynth-Motherless Children-Gasoline Alley-Prodigal Son-Amazing Grace-
                    Little Red Rooster/Ooh La La/I Can Feel The Fire/It’s All Over Now/Honky
                    Tonk Women)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, voc)/Ian McLagan (keyb)/Bobby Keys (sax)/Simon Kirke (dr)

880331A  31st March: BUDDY GUY. Miami,  Florida, Woody’s On The Beach
                    RW (and Bobby Keys) play with Buddy Guy.

880300B  late March: US TV (syndicated) ‘Entertainment Tonight’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ (in Tokyo)

880300C  late March: KEITH RICHARDS. New York City, unidentified studio.
                   KR works with Bobby Keys (sax) on ‘Talk Is Cheap’.

880400A  April: THE DIRTY STRANGERS.
                   LP ‘The Dirty Strangers’ (Aris 805 888 -938). Producers: Prince Stash Klossowski
                   and The Dirty Strangers. Sound engineers: Andy Miller, Serge Glanzberg and Neil
                   Huckstepp. Recorded in 1987, probably in London. Incl.
                   - Thrill Of The Thrill (Alan Clayton) -with KR on guitar
                   - Baby (Alastair Symons) -with RW on guitar
                   - Easy To Please (Alan Clayton) -with RW on guitar
                   - Wide Boys & Slim Pickings (Alan Clayton/Mark Harrison) -with KR on guitar
                   - Oh Yeah! (Alan Clayton) -with KR on guitar
                   - Didn’t Want To Be An Angel (Alan Clayton) -with KR on guitar
                   - Bathing Belles (Alan Clayton) -with KR on guitar
                   - Here She Comes (Alan Clayton) -with RW on guitar
                   - Diamonds (Alan Clayton) -with KR on guitar
                   Line-up: KR (gtr)/RW (gtr)/Alan Clayton (voc)/Paul Fox (gtr, bvoc)/Ray King
                                  (bass, bvoc)/Mark Harrison (dr, perc, bvoc)/Patrick Mulvey (keyb, bvoc)
                   Add. musicians: Alastair Symons (gtr)/John Rollason (gtr)/Angie Brown (bvoc)/
                                                Mickey Gallagher (keyb)/Vic Hines (horns)/Chris Winter (harm)/
                                                Phil Spalding (bass)/Lin & JoJo (bvoc)

880400B  Spring: THE DIRTY STRANGERS. Wimbledon, England, RW’s house. Shooting
                   of two promofilms. Director: Lance Kelleher. Incl.
                   - interview with RW, Alan Clayton + 1
                   - RW presenting the video for Thrill Of The Thrill (Alan Clayton)
                   - Here She Comes (Alan Clayton) -with RW in the line-up
                   + footage from filming
                   Note: All listed stuff is available on a pro-shot ‘Making Of’-video, directed by
                             Simon Lethbridge.

880401A  1st April: Japanese TV (TV Asahi) ‘The Best Hit USA’, incl.
                    - interview with RW by Katsuya Kobayashi (in March)

880402A  2nd April: US TV (MTV) 'The Week In Rock', incl.
                   - interview with MJ (in Tokyo)
                   - Throwaway (MJ) -Tokyo 22.03.1988, part only
                   - Satisfaction (MJ/KR) -Tokyo 22.03.1988, part only

880406A  6th April: RON WOOD. Miami,  Florida, Woody’s On The Beach
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, voc)/Ian McLagan (keyb)/Bobby Keys (sax)/Simon Kirke (dr)

880406B  6th & 7th April: Japanese radio ( ) ‘Suntory Sound Market’ (in two parts).
                   - interview with MJ

880407A  7th April: RON WOOD. Miami,  Florida, Woody’s On The Beach
                   (Sweet Little Rock’n Roller/Rock’n Roll Music/Texas Shuffle/Green Onions/
                    Buried Alive/Am I Grooving You/Little Troublemaker/Crackin’ Up/Rock Me
                    Baby/Mystifies Me/Ooh La La/I Can Feel The Fire/Around The Plynth-Amazing
                    Grace-Prodigal Son-Gasoline Alley-Little Red Rooster/Truly/It’s All Over Now/
                    Outlaws/Honky Tonk Women/Brown Sugar)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, voc)/Ian McLagan (keyb, voc)/Bobby Keys (sax)/Simon
                                 Kirke (dr)/Gregg Allman (voc, org; only some songs)

880411A  11th April onwards: KEITH RICHARDS. Montserrat, West Indies, AIR Studios.
                    Producers: KR and Steve Jordan. Sound engineer: Don Smith. Recordings
                    for the upcoming album ‘Talk Is Cheap’.
                    - Big Enough I (KR/Steve Jordan) -Talk Is Cheap-version
                    - Big Enough II (KR/Steve Jordan) -Remix
                    - Big Enough III (KR/Steve Jordan) -Dub Mix
                    - Big Enough IV (KR/Steve Jordan) -Club Mix
                    - Big Enough V (KR/Steve Jordan) -OK Dub Mix
                    - How I Wish II (KR/Steve Jordan) -Talk Is Cheap-version
                    - It Means A Lot  II (KR/Steve Jordan) -Talk Is Cheap-version
                    - Locked Away II (KR/Steve Jordan) -Talk Is Cheap-version
                    - Rockawhile (KR/Steve Jordan) -Talk Is Cheap-version
                    - Struggle II (KR/Steve Jordan) -Talk Is Cheap-version
                    - Take It So Hard (KR/Steve Jordan) -Talk Is Cheap-version
                    - Whip It Up (KR/Steve Jordan) -Talk Is Cheap-version
                    - You Don’t Move Me (KR/Steve Jordan) -Talk Is Cheap-version
                    Note: Songs could have been finished on earlier sessions. The remixes of
                              Big Enough surfaced on a Virgin in-house test pressing.

880415A  15th April: UK TV (BBC1) ‘Wogan’. Host: Terry Wogan. Incl.
                    BW in the studio (for Spike Milligan’s birthday)

880416A  16th April: Japanese radio ( ) ‘Super DJ’. Host: RW. Incl.
                    RW plays favourite songs (recorded in March)

880418A  18th April - 26th April: New York City, White Plains Federal Court.
                    During a lawsuit MJ plays several demos of Just Another Night to the
                    judge, jury and other people involved in the case.

880421A  21st April: German TV (RTL) ‘Die Bilder des Tages’, incl.
                   - MJ/Patrick Alley lawsuit court-report with MJ footage (leaving court)

880422A  22nd April: RON WOOD & TOTTA'S BLUESBAND. Swedish TV (TV3)
                   ‘Nattpatrullen’. Incl.
                   - It’s All Over Now (Bobby & Shirley Womack) -part only, Gothenburg 14.2.88

880426A  26th April: US TV (CNN) ‘Showbiz Today’, MJ/Alley lawsuit-report, incl.
                   - interview with MJ (after trial in NYC, talking out of the carwindow)

880426B  26th April: UK TV (BBC1) ‘Six O’ Clock News’. MJ/Alley lawsuit-report, incl.
                   - interview with Patrick Alley (NYC, 26.04.,outside court house)
                   - interview with MJ by Michael Macmillan (NYC, 26.04., outside court house)

880426C  26th April: UK TV (BBC1) ‘Nine O’ Clock News’. MJ/Alley lawsuit-report, incl.
                    - interview with Patrick Alley (NYC, 26.04.,outside court house)
                    - interview with MJ (after trial in NYC, 26.04., talking out of the carwindow)

880427A  27th April: UK TV (BBC1) ‘Breakfast Time’, MJ/Alley lawsuit-report, incl.
                   - interview with Patrick Alley (NYC, 26.04.,outside court house)
                   - interview with MJ by Michael Macmillan (NYC, 26.04.,outside court house)

27th April - 11th May: RON WOOD & TOTTA'S BLUESBAND. Scandinavian
                  ‘Knock On Wood’ Tour.
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, voc)/Totta  Naslund (voc)/Bengt Blomgren (gtr)/Nikke
                                  Strom (bass)/Olle Niklasson (sax)/Gunnar Petersson (dr)/Bernt
                                  Andersson (keyb, voc, harm)

880427B  27th April: RON WOOD & TOTTA'S BLUESBAND. Malmo, Sweden,
                  Kramer Hard Rock Disco

880427C  27th April: German TV (SAT1) ‘Blick’, incl.
                   - lawsuit court-report with MJ footage (leaving court as winner on April 26)

880428A  28th April: RON WOOD & TOTTA'S BLUESBAND. Gothenburg, Sweden, Karen
                   (Just Like I Treat You/That Ain’t Your Business/I Live The Life I Love/It’s
                    All Over Now/Around The Plynth-Memo From Turner-Motherless
                    Children-Gasoline Alley-Amazing Grace-Prodigal Son-Little Red
                    Rooster/Before They Make Me Run/Outlaws/I Can’t Be Satisfied/Stranger
                    Blues/Last Time/Shake Your Hips/Three Hundred Pounds Of Joy/Too Late/
                    Honky Tonk Women/Double Trouble)
                    Note: The whole show (except Honky Tonk Women) circulates on
                              private video. Before They Make Me Run is basically a capella, but
                              includes some guitar riffs by RW.

880429A  29th April: RON WOOD & TOTTA'S BLUESBAND. Jonkopping, Sweden, Palais

880430A  30th April: RON WOOD & TOTTA'S BLUESBAND. Salen, Sweden,
                    Hogfjallshotellet

880430B  30th April: UK TV (Sky Channel) ‘The New Music’. Rolling Stones-special. Host:
                   Laurie Brown. Incl.
                   - interview with CW by Jeanne Beker (NYC, early November '86)
                   - interview with BW (London, 11.07.85)
                   - interview with KR by Jeanne Beker (Antigua, April '86)
                   - interview with MJ by Laurie Brown (Paris, 25.09.1987)
                   - interview with RW by Laurie Brown (Toronto, ca. 10.11.87)
                   - interview with Tony Sanchez
                   - interview with Cathy Smith

880430C  30th April: Australian TV (Channel 9) ‘Saturday Morning Live’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ (26.04., NYC, after MJ/Patrick Alley lawsuit)

880500A  May: KEITH RICHARDS. New York City, The Hit Factory & Atlantic Studios.
                   Producer: KR and Steve Jordan. Sound engineer: Don Smith.
                   Mixing of the album ‘Talk Is Cheap’. Incl.
                   - Big Enough II (KR/Steve Jordan) -Remix
                   - Make No Mistake II (KR/Steve Jordan) -7" edit
                   - Make No Mistake III (KR/Steve Jordan) -12" extended version
                   - Struggle III (KR/Steve Jordan) -12" promo edit

880500B  May: ERIC CLAPTON.
                   6 LP box ‘Crossroads’ (Polydor 835261-1). Incl.
                   - cover-artwork by RW
                   + Sign Language (Bob Dylan) -RW on guitar, previously released, see 760307A

880500C  early May: European TV (MTV) ‘The Week In Rock’. Lawsuit-report.
                    - interview with MJ

880500D  May: Release of the video ‘Sixties Mix’ (Stylus Music SVO 85511). Incl.
                   - It’s All Over Now (Bobby and Shirley Womack) -TAMI show 29.10.64
                   + Jumping Jack Flash (MJ/KR) -promofilm 28.04.68

880502A  2nd May: RON WOOD & TOTTA'S BLUESBAND. Norköping, Sweden,
                   Palace Blueprint

880503A  3rd May: RON WOOD & TOTTA'S BLUESBAND. Örebrö, Sweden, Brunnsparken
                   (Just Like I Treat You/That Ain’t Your Business/It’All Over Now/I Live The Life I
                    Love/Double Trouble/Around The Plynth-Memo From Turner-Gasoline Alley-
                    Prodigal Son-Little Red Rooster/I Can’t Be Satisfied/Black Limousine/That’s The
                    Truth/Honky Tonk Women/Shake Your Hips/Outlaws)

880504A  4th May: RON WOOD & TOTTA'S BLUESBAND. Stockholm, Sweden,
                    Daily News Café
                    (Just Like I Treat You/That Ain’t Your Business/It’All Over Now/I Live The
                     Life I Love/Double Trouble/I Can’t Be Satisfied/Around The Plynth-Memo
                     From Turner-Amazing Grace-Gasoline Alley-Motherless Children-Little Red
                     Rooster/Baby What You Want Me To Do/Black Limousine/That’s The Truth/
                     Honky Tonk Women/Before They Make Me Run/Shake Your Hips/Outlaws)
                    Note: A professional shot video of the whole show exists. 

880505A  5th May: RON WOOD & TOTTA'S BLUESBAND. Uppsala, Sweden,
                   Daily News Café
                   (Just Like I Treat You/That Ain’t Your Business/It’All Over Now/Double
                    Trouble/I Can’t Be Satisfied/Around The Plynth-That’s All You Need-
                    Memo From Turner-Amazing Grace-Gasoline Alley-Motherless Children-
                    Little Red Rooster/Baby What You Want Me To Do/Too Late/Black
                    Limousine/That’s The Truth/Honky Tonk Women)

880506A  6th May: RON WOOD & TOTTA'S BLUESBAND. Stockholm, Sweden,
                   M/S Birka Princess. TV recordings.
                   - Just Like I Treat You (Willie Dixon) -part only
                   - That’s The Truth (Joseph Benjamin Hutto)
                   - Around The Plynth (RW/Rod Stewart)/Gasoline Alley (RW/Rod
                        Stewart)/Little Red Rooster (Willie Dixon)
                   - interview with RW
                   - Black Limousine (MJ/KR/RW)
                   Note: Telecast on Swedish TV (TV1) ‘Birka Rock’ on the 17.09.88

880507A  7th May: German TV (ZDF) ‘P.I.T.’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Hannes Rossacher (London, 13.08.1987)
                   - Throwaway (MJ) -part only, live in Nagoya 26.03.88
                   - Satisfaction (MJ/KR) -part only, live in Nagoya 26.03.88

880508A  8th May: RON WOOD & TOTTA'S BLUESBAND. Trondheim, Norway,
                   Studentersamfundet
                   (Just Like I Treat You/That Ain’t Your Business/It’All Over Now/Double
                    Trouble/Around The Plynth-That’s All You Need-Amazing Grace-
                    Motherless Children-Memo From Turner-Gasoline Alley-Prodigal Son-
                    Little Red Rooster/I Can’t Be Satisfied/Black Limousine/Shake Your
                    Hips/Honky Tonk Women/Seven Days/Outlaws)
                    Note: A 45 min. private video of the show exists (all songs incomplete), incl.
                               - RW arriving with a van at his hotel in Trondheim
                               - RW at the hotel-reception in Trondheim
                               - Just Like I Treat You (Willie Dixon)
                               - That Ain’t Your Business (James Moore/Jay D. Miller)
                               - It’s All Over Now (Bobby and Shirley Womack)
                               - Double Trouble (Otis Rush)
                               - slide medley/Little Red Rooster (see above/Willie Dixon)
                               - I Can’t Be Satisfied (Mckinley Morganfield)
                               - Black Limousine (MJ/KR/RW)
                               - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR)
                               - Seven Days (Bob Dylan)
                               - Outlaws (RW/Jim Ford)

880508B  8th May: RON WOOD & TOTTA'S BLUESBAND. Scandinavian TV
                    (TV Scandinavia) ‘Nightflight’. Incl.
                    - Black Limousine (MJ/KR/RW) -Stockholm, Sweden 4.5.88

880510A  10th May: RON WOOD & TOTTA'S BLUESBAND. Oslo, Norway, Sardine’s
                    (Just Like I Treat You/That Ain’t Your Business/It’All Over Now/That’s The
                     Truth/Double Trouble/Around The Plynth-Motherless Children-Gasoline
                     Alley-Prodigal Son-Little Red Rooster/I Can’t Be Satisfied/Black Limousine/
                     Outlaws/Shake Your Hips/Honky Tonk Women/Sweet Little Rock’n Roller)

880511A  11th May: RON WOOD & TOTTA'S BLUESBAND. Stockholm, Sweden,
                    Daily News Café
                    (Just Like I Treat You/That Ain’t Your Business/It’All Over Now/I Live The
                     Life I Love/Double Trouble/Around The Plynth-Motherless Children-Baby What
                     You Want Me To Do-Gasoline Alley-Little Red Rooster/I Can’t Be Satisfied/
                     Black Limousine/That’s The Truth/Seven Days/Outlaws/Honky Tonk Women/
                     Sweet Little Rock’n Roller)
                     Note: A professional shot video of the whole show exists.

880512A  12th May: UK TV (TV-am) ‘Good Morning Britain’, incl.
                    - interview with BW

880513A  13th May: Norwegian radio ( ) ‘Friis’, incl.
                    - interview with RW

880515A  15th May: RON WOOD & TOTTA'S BLUESBAND. Scandinavian TV
                    (TV Scandinavia) ‘Nightflight’. Filmed live in Stockholm, Sweden 4.5.88.
                    - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR)
                    - interview with RW & Totta (& Nikke)
                    - Slide guitar medley/Little Red Rooster (/Willie Dixon) -part only
                    - Just Like I Treat You (Willie Dixon)
                    - It’s All Over Now (Bobby and Shirley Womack)

880527A  27th - 30th May: US radio (USPN) 'Silver Anniversary Special'. Host: Randy Kotz.
                   - speech of MJ (inducting the Beatles) -HOF NYC 20.01.88
                   - interview with MJ
                   - interview with KR
                   - interview with BW
                   - interview with RW
                   - interview with Bobby Womack (about It's All Over Now)

880530A  30th May: BOB DYLAN.
                   LP ‘Down In The Groove’ (CBS 460267 1). Producers: Beau Hill (Had A Dream
                   About You Baby) & Bob Dylan & Mark Knopfler (Death Is Not The End). Incl.
                   - Had A Dream About You, Baby II (Bob Dylan) -with RW on bass
                   + Death Is Not The End (Bob Dylan) -maybe with MT on guitar
                   Line-up ‘Dream’: RW (bass)/Bob Dylan (voc, gtr)/Eric Clapton (gtr)/Kip Winger
                                (bass)/Beau Hill (keyb, producer)/Henry Spinetti (dr)/Mitchell Froom (keyb)
                   Note: Had A Dream About You, Baby was recorded in London, Townhouse Studios
                             27th - 28th August 1986. This version is different to the version released on the
                             Hearts Of Fire-soundtrack in October 1987.
                   Line-up ‘Death’: MT (gtr)/Bob Dylan (gtr, voc, harm)/Clydie King (bvoc)/Alan Clarke
                                (keyb)/Robbie Shakespeare (bass)/Sly Dunbar (dr)/Full Force (bvoc)
                   Note: It’s not sure if MT plays on this take (recorded in Spring 1983), see
                             MT830411A), maybe it’s Mark Knopfler as the sleeve notes claim.

880600A  June: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY.
                   CD ‘Live At The Ritz’ (JVC/Victor VDPZ-1329 -Japan). Producers: RW
                   and Martin Adam. Recorded live in New York, The Ritz, 25.11.87.  Incl.
                    - I’m A Man (Ellas McDaniel)
                    - Crackin’ Up (Ellas McDaniel)
                    - Hey! Bo Diddley (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)
                   - Money To Ronnie (Ellas McDaniel)
                   - Who Do You Love (Ellas McDaniel) -CD-only bonus-track
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, voc,)/Bo Diddley (gtr, voc, dr, perc)/Jim Satten (gtr)/Debby Hastings
                                  (bass, bvoc)/Mike Fink (dr)/Hal Goldstein (keyb, bvoc, harm)
                   Note: With special guests Eddie Kendricks, David Ruffin, Sarah Dash, Carol
                             McDonald and Faith Fusillo (bvoc) on Who Do You Love and Hey! Bo Diddley.

880603A  3rd June: UK TV (BBC1) ‘AIMS’. 30-minute special, incl.
                   - interview with BW (in London)

880621A  21st June: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. Miami, Florida, Woody’s On
                   The Beach
                   (Mona/Ooh La La/Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On/Seven Days/Too Late/
                    Black Limousine/Diddley Daddy/Money To Ronnie/You Can’t Judge A
                    Book By The Cover/Lord Have Mercy)

880622A  22nd June: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. Miami, Florida, Woody’s On
                   The Beach
                   (Crackin' Up/I’m A Man/Money To Ronnie/Around The Plynth-Prodigal Son-
                    Gasoline Alley-Little Red Rooster/Too Late/Honky Tonk Women/Black
                    Limousine/Bo Diddley’s A Gunslinger/You Can’t Judge A Book By The
                    Cover/It’s All Over Now/Hey, Bo Diddley!)

28th June - 16th July: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. The Gunslingers European Tour.
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, voc,)/Bo Diddley (gtr, voc, dr, perc)/Jim Satten (gtr)/Debby
                                  Hastings (bass, bvoc)/Mike Fink (dr)/Hal Goldstein (keyb, bvoc, harm)

880628A  28th June: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. London, Hammersmith Odeon
                   (Crackin’ Up/Money To Ronnie/I’m A Man/Around The Plynth-Memo
                    From Turner-That’s All You Need-Gasoline Alley-Prodigal Son-Motherless
                    Children-Little Red Rooster/Ooh La La/It’s Too Late/Seven Days/Outlaws/
                    Who Do You Love/Hey Bo Diddley/It’s Mine/It’s All Over Now)

880630A  30th June: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. Milan, Italy, Rollin’ Stone

880630B  30th June: UK radio (BBC1) ‘The Story Of Atlantic’. Host: Andy Peebles. Incl.
                    - interview with Ahmet Ertegun (about signing The Stones)
                    - interview with KR by Pete Frame
                    - interview with Jim Dickinson (about recording Wild Horses)

880600B  late June: Italian TV (RAI1) ‘La Notte Rock’, incl.
                   - interview with RW and BW (London 20.02.88)
                   - Johnny B. Goode (Chuck Berry) -London 20.02.88
                   - It’s All Over Now (Bobby and Shirley Womack) -London 20.02.88
                   - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR) -London 20.02.88

880600C  June and/or July: probably London, unidentified studio
                   MJ works on demos with RW (gtr), CW (dr), Jimmy Rip (gtr) and Doug Wimbish
                   (bass), incl.
                   - What Kind Of World Is This? (MJ) -unverified

880700A  July: LIVING COLOUR.
                   LP ‘Vivid’ (Epic EPC 460758 1). Producers: MJ (and Ed Stasium: ‘Broken Hearts’).
                   Sound engineers: Ron St. Germain and Ed Stasium/Paul Hamingson (‘Broken Hearts’).
                   MJ-productions recorded in May 1987.
                   - Broken Hearts (Vernon Reid) -MJ on harmonica, Dennis Diamond (barker)
                   - Glamour Boys I (Vernon Reid) -MJ on backing vocals
                   - Which Way To America? (Vernon Reid)
                   Line-up: Vernon Reid (gtr, bvoc)/Corey Glover (voc)/Muzz Skillings (bass, bvoc)/
                                   William Calhoun (dr, perc, bvoc)

880701A  1st July: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. Pistoia, Italy, Piazza Del Duomo,
                    ‘Bluesin’-festival
                    (Crackin’ Up/Do You Wanna Rock’n Roll/Around The Plynth-Memo
                      From Turner-Motherless Children-Gasoline Alley-Little Red Rooster/
                      Ooh La La/It’s Too Late/Black Limousine/I’m A Man/Hey! Bo Diddley
                      [restarted twice]/Money To Ronnie/It’s All Over Now)
                     Note: A private video of the whole show exists. Also the whole show was
                               recorded by Italian RAI2-TV and telecast on the 8th January 1989.

880702A  2nd July: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. Rome, Italy, Palazzo Dell ‘Eur
                   (I’m A Man/Crackin’ Up/Around The Plynth-That’s All You Need-
                    Motherless Children-Amazing Grace-Prodigal Son-Little Red Rooster/
                    Outlaws/Honky Tonk Women/Who Do You Love/Money To Ronnie/
                    Hey! Bo Diddley/It’s All Over Now/Do You Wanna Rock’n Roll)

880702B  2nd July: US TV (Channel 7) ‘Fan Club’. Tribute to Mick Jagger.

880700B  early July: European TV (MTV) ‘MTV News’, incl. report on a charity
                   cricket match in Ripley, Surrey, with footage of BW (03.07.88)

880705A  5th July: UK TV (Sky Channel) ‘The New Music’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Laurie Brown (Paris, 25.09.1987)                                

880708A  8th July: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. Wiesen, Austria, Jazz Festival
                   (Crackin’ Up/Mona/I’m A Man/Around The Plynth-Memo From Turner-
                    Motherless Children-Gasoline Alley-Little Red Rooster/Outlaws/Black Limousine/
                    Bo Diddley Is A Gunslinger/Hey Bo Diddley/Money To Ronnie/It’s All Over Now)
                    Note: A private video of the whole show exists.

880709A  9th July: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. Nuremberg, West-Germany,
                   Volkspark am Dutzendteich, ‘Out In The Green’-festival
                    (Crackin’ Up/I’m A Man/Around The Plynth-Memo From Turner-Motherless
                     Children-Gasoline Alley-Prodigal Son-Little Red Rooster/Ooh La La/Honky
                     Tonk Women/Money To Ronnie/Hey Bo Diddley/It’s All Over Now)
                    Note: Complete show recorded by German radio (Radio Gong) and
                              maybe broadcast on a later date.

880710A  10th July: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. Frauenfeld, Switzerland,
                    Grosse Allmend Pferderennbahn, ‘Out In The Green’-festival
                    (Crackin’ Up/I’m A Man/Around The Plynth-Amazing Grace-Prodigal
                     Son-Gasoline Alley-Motherless Children-Little Red Rooster/Ooh La La/
                     Honky Tonk Women/Hey Bo Diddley/Mona/It’s All Over Now)

880711A  11th July onwards: MICK JAGGER. London, unidentified studio.
                    First rehearsals (and auditions?) for the upcoming Australian tour.

880711B  11th July onwards: MICK JAGGER. London, unidentified rehearsal studio.
                   Shooting of a promofilm. Director: not identified.
                   - Primitive Cool (MJ)

880712A  12th July: MICK JAGGER. Australian TV (Channel 9) 'Today' incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Richard Wilkins (via satellite from London 11.7.88)
                   - I’m A King Bee (James Moore) -rehearsals in London 11.7.88, part only
                   Line-up: MJ (voc, harm)/Jimmy Rip (gtr)/Joe Satriani (gtr)

880712B  12th July: MICK JAGGER. Australian TV (Channel 10) 'Good Morning
                   Australia', incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Basia Bonkowski (via satellite from London 11.7.88)
                   - I’m A King Bee (James Moore) -rehearsals in London 11.7.88, part only
                   Line-up: MJ (voc, harm)/Jimmy Rip (gtr)/Joe Satriani (gtr)

880712C  12th July: MICK JAGGER. Australian TV (Channel 7) '7 News', incl.
                   - interview with MJ (via satellite from London 11.7.88)
                   - I’m A King Bee (James Moore) -rehearsals in London 11.7.88, part only
                   Line-up: MJ (voc, harm)/Jimmy Rip (gtr)/Joe Satriani (gtr)

880712D  12th July: MICK JAGGER. Australian TV (Channel 10) 'Eyewitness News', incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Basia Bonkowski (via satellite from London 11.7.88)
                   - I’m A King Bee (James Moore) -rehearsals in London 11.7.88, part only
                   Line-up: MJ (voc, harm)/Jimmy Rip (gtr)/Joe Satriani (gtr)

880712E  12th July: MICK JAGGER. Australian TV (Channel 9) 'MTV Australia' incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Richard Wilkins (via satellite from London 11.7.88)
                   - I’m A King Bee (James Moore) -rehearsals in London 11.7.88, part only
                   Line-up: MJ (voc, harm)/Jimmy Rip (gtr)/Joe Satriani (gtr)

880713A  13th July: Swiss TV (TSI) ‘Il Quotidiano’, incl.
                   - interview with RW by Edi Schwager (Frauenfeld 10.07.)

880715A  15th July: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. Madrid, Spain, Sala Universal
                    (Crackin’ Up/Road Runner/Money To Ronnie/Around The Plynth-
                     Motherless Children-Gasoline Alley-Prodigal Son-Little Red Rooster/
                     Ooh La La/Seven Days/Black Limousine/Outlaws/Honky Tonk Women/
                     Diddley Daddy/I’m A Man/Hey Bo Diddley/It’s Mine/Mona/It’s All Over Now)

880715B  15th July: Spanish TV (TVE) 'Musical 2000', incl.
                   - Crackin’ Up (Ellas McDaniel) -Madrid 15.07.88, part only
                   Note: Aired on an unknown date.

880716A  16th July: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. Giessen, West-Germany,
                   VFB-Stadion, ‘Out In The Green’-festival
                   (Crackin’ Up/I’m A Man/Mona/Around The Plynth-Amazing Grace-
                    Prodigal Son-Gasoline Alley-Little Red Rooster/Ooh La La/Black
                    Limousine/Seven Days/Honky Tonk Women/Hey Bo Diddley/It’s All Over Now)
                    Note: Soundboard recording was made by German HR3 radio.

880716B  16th July: Australian TV (Channel 9) ‘Saturday Morning Live’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ (via satellite from London 11.07.88)

880726A  26th July: PRINCE. London, Camden Palace, after-concert-party, incl.
                   - Miss You (MJ/KR)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr)/Prince (voc)/Miko Weaver (gtr)/Matt Fink (keyb)/Boni
                                  Bojer (org, bvoc)/Eric Leeds (sax, bvoc)/Matt Blistan (tp, bvoc)/
                                  Levi Searcher Jr. (bass)/Sheila E. (dr, bvoc)/Cathy Glover (bvoc)
                   Note: The song was filmed and partly aired on BBC1 TV in 1991 (see 911213A).

880726B  26th July: MICK JAGGER. Australian TV (Channel 9) 'MTV Australia' incl.
                  - interview with MJ by Richard Wilkins (via satellite from London 11.7.88)

880800A  August: FACES.
                   Video ‘Video-Biography 1969 - 1974’ (The Video Collection VC 4053).
                   - Three Button Hand Me Down (Ian McLagan/Rod Stewart) -Sounds For
                       Saturday, BBC 1.4.72
                   - It’s All Over Now (Bobby & Shirley Womack) -Roundhouse 6.5.72
                   - Gasoline Alley (RW/Rod Stewart) -dubbed picture mix
                   - Maggie May (Rod Stewart/Martin Quittenton) -Top Of The Pops 9.71
                   - I’m Losing You (Whitfield/Holland/Grant) -London, Roundhouse 6.5.72
                   - I Feel So Good (William Broonzy) -London, Roundhouse 6.5.72
                   - Memphis, Tennessee (Chuck Berry) -Pop Gala, Dutch TV, March 1973
                   - Stay With Me (RW/Rod Stewart) -London, Roundhouse 6.5.72
                   - Miss Judy’s Farm (RW/Rod Stewart) -Sounds For Saturday, BBC 1.4.72
                   - That’s All You Need (RW/Rod Stewart) -London, Roundhouse 6.5.72
                   - I’d Rather Go Blind (Bill Foster/Ellington Jordan) -Kilburn 23.12.74
                   - True Blue (RW/Rod Stewart) -Pop Gala, Dutch TV, March 1973
                   [- You Wear It Well (Rod Stewart/Martin Quittenton) -(fake, =Rod live 1976)]
                   - Angel (Jimi Hendrix) -London, Kilburn 23.12.74
                   - Cindy Incidentally (RW/Rod Stewart) -Pop Gala, Dutch TV, March 1973
                   - Pool Hall Richard (RW/Rod Stewart) -dubbed picture mix
                   - Sweet Little Rock’n Roller (Chuck Berry) -London, Kilburn 23.12.74
                   - You Can Make Me Dance, Sing Or Anything (RW/Rod Stewart/Kenny
                        Jones/Ian McLagan/Tetsu Yamauchi) -London, Kilburn 23.12.74
                   - True Blue (RW/Rod Stewart) -part only, London, Roundhouse 6.5.72
                   Note: With KR on guitar on I’d Rather Go Blind and Sweet Little Rock’n Roller.

880803A  3rd August: Swiss radio (El Doradio), incl.
                   - interview with RW (Frauenfeld 10.7.88)

880800B  mid-August: Pocé sur Cisse, France, La Fourchette (MJ’s homestudio).
                   MJ, RW and CW work on demos.

880820A  20th August: US radio (D.I.R.) ‘Scott Muni's World Of Rock’, incl.
                   - interview with RW (and Howard Jones) by Scott Muni (London, June)

880822A  22nd August: ARETHA FRANKLIN.
                   Video 'Aretha Franklin - The Queen Of Soul' (Video Encore, -US). Incl.
                   - interview with KR (probably in NYC in 1987)
                   Note: This might also be the airing date from US TV, telecast in the  'American
                              Masters'-series.

880825A  25th August - 9th September: MICK JAGGER. Nicasio (near San Francisco),
                   California, Skywalker Ranch. Tour-rehearsals for the upcoming Australasian tour.
                   Incl. most probably (all unverified):
                   - Deep Down Under (MJ/Jimmy Rip/Joe Satriani)

                   - Stomp (MJ)
                   - What Kind Of World Is This? (MJ)
                   Line-up, see below.

880800C  late August or early September: Australian TV (Channel 9/MTV), incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Richard Wilkins (MJ probably via satellite from Skywalker
                       Ranch)

880831A   31st August: KEITH RICHARDS. Los Angeles, California, Ren-Mar Studios.
                    Shooting of a promovideo. Director: Larry Williams.
                    - Take It So Hard (KR/Steve Jordan)

880900A  September: LIVING COLOUR.
                   EP (Epic LCLG 6). Producers: MJ (& Ed Stasium).
                   A: Glamour Boys (Vernon Reid) -Remix, previously unreleased
                   [A: Middle Man (Vernon Reid/Corey Glover) -live version]
                   [B: Cult Of Personality (Reid/Glover/Calhoun/Skillings) -live version]
                   [B: Open Letter (Vernon Reid) -Vivid-version]
                   Line-up: MJ (bvoc)/Vernon Reid (gtr, bvoc)/Corey Glover (voc)/Muzz
                                  Skillings (bass, bvoc)/William Calhoun (dr, perc, bvoc)

880900B  September: LIVING COLOUR.
                   12” single (Epic LCLT 6). Producers: MJ (& Ed Stasium).
                   A: Glamour Boys (Vernon Reid) -Remix, previously unreleased
                   [A: Cult Of Personality (Reid/Glover/Calhoun/Skillings) -live version]
                   [B: Memories Can’t Wait (David Byrne/Jerry Harrison)-Vivid-version]

880900C  September: MICK JAGGER.
                   7" single (CBS 652975 7 -Australia only). Producers: MJ & Keith Diamond (A)/
                   Rick Chertoff & William Wittman (B)
                   A: Primitive Cool (MJ) -Radio Edit
                   B: Hard Woman (MJ) -7" version

880900D  September: MICK JAGGER.
                   12" single (CBS 652975 6 -Australia only).
                   A: Primitive Cool (MJ) -album version
                   B: Kow Tow (MJ/Dave Stewart) -album version
                   B: Hard Woman (MJ) -album version

880900E  September: Release of the video ‘Rock’n Roll The Greatest Years: ‘63’
                   (The Video Collection VC4054). Incl.
                   - I Wanna Be Your Man (Lennon/McCartney) -Scheveningen 08.08.64, dubbed

880900F  September: Release of the video ‘Rock’n Roll The Greatest Years: ‘67’
                   (The Video Collection VC4058). Incl.
                   - Let’s Spend The Night Together (MJ/KR) -TAMI show 29.10.64, with
                       dubbed soundtrack

880900G  September (until 13.9.): BILL WYMAN. London, Audio One Studios.
                    Producers: BW and Terry Taylor. Additional musicians: Ray Cooper (perc) and most
                    probably Terry Taylor (gtr). BW is working on his upcoming solo-album ‘Stuff’.

880900H  early September: US TV (MTV) ‘MTV News’, incl.
                   - interview with KR (Los Angeles, Ren-Mar Studios Hollywood)
                   Note: Aired before September 7. Repeated on European MTV on Sept. 11.

880913A  13th September: Sydney, Bilson’s Restaurant. Press conference by MJ.

880913B  13th September: Australian TV (Channel 10) ‘Eyewitness News’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Sandra Odorisio (press conference Sydney, 13.09.)

880913C  13th September: Australian TV (Channel 9) ‘Graham Kennedy's News Show’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Tracy Dow(?) (press conference Sydney, 13.09.)
                    - Satisfaction (MJ/KR) -Bandstand Special 17.02.66, part only

880914A  14th September: Australian TV (Channel 10) ‘Good Morning Australia’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ (from press conference Sydney, 13.09.)
                    - arrival of MJ on Sydney’s airport
                    - I’m A King Bee (James Moore) -rehearsal, London 7/88, part only

880914B  14th September: Australian TV (Channel 9) 'Today.', incl.
                    - interview with MJ by a female blonde (press conference Sydney, 13.09.)

880914C  14th September: Australian TV (Channel 7) '11.A.M.', incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Maurice Parker (press conference Sydney, 13.09.)

880915A  15th September: MICK JAGGER. Sydney, Hordern Pavillion. Rehearsals.

880915B  15th September: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. Italian TV (RAI1) ‘La Notte
                    Rock’. Incl.
                    - interview with RW and Bo Diddley (Pistoia 1.7.88)
                    - Crackin’ Up (Ellas McDaniel) -part only, Pistoia 1.7.88
                    - Do You Wanna Rock’n Roll (Ellas McDaniel?) -part only, Pistoia 1.7.88

880916A  16th September: MICK JAGGER. Sydney, Hordern Pavillion. Soundcheck.
                    Line-up see below. Incl.
                    - harmonica improvisation 1 by MJ
                    - harmonica improvisation 2 by MJ
                    + some in-between song chatter of MJ during the band’s soundcheck
                    Note: Soundboard recording was made.

880916B  16th September: MICK JAGGER. Sydney, Hordern Pavillion. Tour-rehearsals.
                    Line-up see below. Incl.
                    (Throwaway/Just Another Night/Lonely At The Top/Honky Tonk Women/
                     Miss You/Tumbling Dice/Radio Control/Ruby Tuesday/Can’t You Hear
                     Me Knocking/Harlem Shuffle/Lucky In Love/Primitive Cool/War Baby/
                     You Can’t Always Get What You Want/One Hit/Foxy Lady/Beast Of Burden/
                     Party Doll/Wild Colonial Boy/What Kind Of World Is This?/Shoot Off Your
                     Mouth/Gimme Shelter/Start Me Up/Brown Sugar/It’s Only Rock’n Roll/
                     Jumping Jack Flash)
                    Note: Soundboard recording was made.

880917A  ca. 17th September: Australian TV (Channel 9), some newscast, incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Richard Wilkins (Sydney, Hordern Pavillion)

880917B  17th September: Australian TV (Channel 9) ‘MTV Exclusive’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Richard Wilkins (Sydney, Hordern Pavillion)
                   - MJ playing keyboards (Sydney, Hordern Pavillion, during tour-rehearsals)

880917B  17th September: MICK JAGGER. Sydney, Hordern Pavillion. Tour-rehearsals.
                    Line-up see below. Incl.
                    (Throwaway [broken off]/Throwaway [broken off]/Sympathy For The Devil/
                    Tumbling Dice 1 [broken off]/Tumbling Dice 2 [broken off]/Beast Of Burden/
                    Bitch/Going Down 1/harmonica by MJ/Goin’ Down 2/I’m A King Bee 1 [broken
                    off]/I’m A King Bee 2/Rip This Joint/Tighten Up [broken off]/Jam [with MJ?])
                    Note: Soundboard recording was made.

17th September - 5th November: MICK JAGGER. Australasian Tour.
                   Line-up: MJ (voc, gtr, harm)/Joe Satriani (gtr)/Jimmy Rip (gtr)/Doug Wimbish
                                  (bass)/Simon Phillips (dr)/Phil Ashley (keyb)/Susie Davis (keyb, gtr)/
                                  Bernard Fowler, Carol Kenyon, Valerie Scott and Jenny Douglas (bvoc)

880917C  17th September: MICK JAGGER. Sydney, Australia, Kardomah Café
                    (Honky Tonk Women/Foxy Lady/Brown Sugar/It’s Only Rock’n Roll/& three more)
                     Note: Surprise warm-up gig. The band played support for The Johnnys
                               and were announced as The Brothers Of Sodom.

880919A  ca. 19th September: Australian radio (FM 104) ‘FM Spotlight’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ (Sydney 14.09.)

880920A  20th September: MICK JAGGER. Brisbane, Australia, Boondal Entertainment
                   Center. Tour-rehearsals. Incl.
                   (Throwaway/Honky Tonk Women/Miss You/Tumbling Dice/Radio Control/
                    Ruby Tuesday/Can’t You Hear Me Knocking/Harlem Shuffle/Lucky In Love/
                    Primitive Cool/War Baby/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/One Hit/
                    Foxy Lady/Beast Of Burden/Party Doll/Wild Colonial Boy/What Kind Of World
                    Is This?/Bitch/Gimme Shelter/Start Me Up/Brown Sugar/It’s Only Rock’n Roll/
                    Jumping Jack Flash/Satisfaction)
                    Note: Soundboard recording was made.
 
880921A  21st and/or 22nd September: Brisbane, Australia. Press conference by MJ.

880922A  22nd September: MICK JAGGER. Brisbane, Australia, Boondal
                   Entertainment Center
                   (Throwaway/Just Another Night/Lonely At The Top/Honky Tonk Women/
                    Miss You/Tumbling Dice/Radio Control/Ruby Tuesday/Can’t You Hear
                    Me Knocking/Harlem Shuffle/Lucky In Love/Primitive Cool/War Baby/
                    You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Band introduction/One Hit/
                    Foxy Lady/Beast Of Burden/Party Doll/Wild Colonial Boy/What Kind
                    Of World Is This?/Bitch/Gimme Shelter/Start Me Up/Brown Sugar/It’s
                    Only Rock’n Roll/Jumping Jack Flash/Sympathy For The Devil/Satisfaction)

880923A  23rd September: MICK JAGGER. Brisbane, Australia, Boondal
                   Entertainment Center
                   (Throwaway/Just Another Night/Lonely At The Top/Honky Tonk Women/
                    Miss You/Tumbling Dice/Radio Control/Ruby Tuesday/Can’t You Hear
                    Me Knocking/Harlem Shuffle/Lucky In Love/Primitive Cool/War Baby/
                    You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Band introduction/One Hit/
                    Foxy Lady/Beast Of Burden/Party Doll/Wild Colonial Boy/What Kind
                    Of World Is This?/Bitch/Gimme Shelter/Start Me Up/Brown Sugar/It’s
                    Only Rock’n Roll/Jumping Jack Flash/Sympathy For The Devil/Satisfaction)

880923B  23rd September: Australian TV ( ) "Scuttlebutt". Brisbane-report, incl.
                    - It’s Only Rock’n Roll (MJ/KR) -Brisbane 22.9.88, part only
                    - Throwaway (MJ) -Brisbane 22.9.88, part only
                    - interview with MJ (Brisbane 22.9., after the show)

880923C  23rd September: Australian TV (Channel 9) ‘National Nine News’, incl.
                    - Throwaway (MJ) -Brisbane 22.9.88, part only
                    - It’s Only Rock’n Roll (MJ/KR) -Brisbane 22.9.88, part only

880923D  23rd September: Australian TV (Channel 7) ‘Night News’, incl.
                   - Throwaway (MJ) -Brisbane 22.9.88, part only

880923E  23rd September: TOOTS & THE MAYTALS. Miami, Florida, Woody’s On
                   The Beach. RW (gtr) jams with Toots & The Maytals. Incl.
                    - unknown 1 ( )
                    - unknown 2 ( )
                    - unknown 3 ( )
                    - Reggae Got Soul (Toots Hibbert)
                    - Take Me Home Country Roads (John Denver/Bill Danoff/Taffy Nivert)
                    - Funky Kingston (Toots Hibbert)
                    Line-up: RW (gtr)/Toots Hibbert (voc)/& The Maytals (all other instruments)

880924A  24th September: RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY. German radio (HR3)
                   ‘Toptime In Concert’. Broadcast of the complete RW/Bo Diddley Giessen
                   16.7.88-gig (omitting Ooh La La).

880924B  24th September: Australian TV (Channel 9) ‘Hey Hey It’s Saturday’, incl.
                    - Throwaway (MJ) -Brisbane 22.9.88, part only
                    - interview with MJ by Molly Meldrum (Brisbane 23.09.)
                    - It’s Only Rock’n Roll (MJ/KR) -Brisbane 22.9.88, part only

880924C  24th September: Australian TV (Channel 9/MTV), newscast, incl.
                   - Throwaway (MJ) -Brisbane 22.9.88, part only
                   - It’s Only Rock’n Roll (MJ/KR) -Brisbane 22.9.88, part only

880924D  24th September: US TV (MTV) ‘The Week In Rock’, incl.
                    - interview with KR by Kurt Loder (NYC, mid-September)
                    - footage of ‘Take It So Hard’ video-shootings, L.A. 31.08.88
                    Note: The interview was also aired on MTV Europe on September 29.

880925A  25th September: French TV (La Cinq) 'Journal', incl.
                   - interview with KR (in Paris)

880926A  26th September: MICK JAGGER. Sydney, Australia, Entertainment Center, incl.
                   (Throwaway/Just Another Night/Lonely At The Top/Honky Tonk Women/
                    Miss You/Tumbling Dice/Radio Control/Ruby Tuesday/Can’t You Hear
                    Me Knocking/Harlem Shuffle/Lucky In Love/Primitive Cool/War Baby/
                    You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Band introduction/One Hit/Foxy
                    Lady/Party Doll/Wild Colonial Boy/What Kind Of World Is This?)

880926B  26th September: German radio (Bayern 3) ‘Stars, Fritz und Hits’, incl.
                   - interview with KR by Fritz Egner (Munich 25.9.1988)

880926C  26th September: German radio (NDR2) ‘Club’, incl.
                   - interview with KR by Peter Urban (preview, see 880927E)

880927A  27th September: Australian TV (ABC) 'Television News', incl.
                   - Throwaway (MJ) -Sydney, 26.09., part only

880927B  27th September: Australian TV (Channel 10) 'Good Morning Australia', incl.
                   - Throwaway (MJ) -Sydney, 26.09., part only

880927C  27th September: Australian TV (Channel 9) 'National Nine News', incl.
                   - interview with Jerry Hall
                   - Throwaway (MJ) -Sydney, 26.09., part only

880927D  27th September: MICK JAGGER. Sydney, Australia, Entertainment Center
                    (Throwaway/Just Another Night/Lonely At The Top/Honky Tonk
                     Women/Miss You/Tumbling Dice/Radio Control/Ruby Tuesday/Can’t
                     You Hear Me Knocking/Harlem Shuffle/Lucky In Love/Primitive
                     Cool/War Baby/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Band
                     introduction/One Hit/Foxy Lady/Party Doll/Wild Colonial Boy/
                     Bitch/Rip This Joint/Gimme Shelter/Start Me Up/It’s Only Rock’n
                     Roll/Jumping Jack Flash/Sympathy For The Devil/Satisfaction)

880927E  27th September: Swedish radio (P3) ‘Avsminkat’, incl.
                    - interview with KR by Janeric Sundquist (in New York City)

880927F  27th September: German radio (NDR2) ‘Club’, incl.
                    - interview with KR by Peter Urban (Munich 25.9.1988)

880928A  28th & 29th September: UK radio (BBC1) ‘Simon Bates Show’, incl.
                    - interview with KR by Simon Bates (in some small hotel in central London)

880929A  29th September: MICK JAGGER. Sydney, Australia, Entertainment Center
                   (Throwaway/Just Another Night/Lonely At The Top/Honky Tonk Women/
                    Miss You/Tumbling Dice/Radio Control/Ruby Tuesday/Can’t You Hear
                    Me Knocking/Harlem Shuffle/Lucky In Love/Primitive Cool/War Baby/
                    You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Little Red Rooster/Band
                    introduction/One Hit/Foxy Lady/Party Doll/Wild Colonial Boy/Bitch/
                    Rip This Joint/Gimme Shelter/Start Me Up/Brown Sugar/It’s Only
                    Rock’n Roll/Jumping Jack Flash/Satisfaction)

880929B  29th September: UK TV (TV-am) ‘Good Morning Britain’, incl.
                   - interview with RW (and Patrick MacNee & Rusty Schweickart) by Richard Keys
                       and Kathy Rochford

880929C  29th September: UK TV (BBC1) ‘Breakfast Time’, incl.
                    - interview with KR

880930A  30th September & 3rd - 7th October: German radio (SWF3) ‘Pop Shop',
                    "Vis-a-vis", incl.
                   - interview with KR by Evi Seibert (Munich Hilton, 25.09.)
                   Note: Aired in six short daily parts

880900J  late September: Australian TV (Channel 9) ‘Good Morning Australia’, incl.
                   - interview with Jerry Hall
                   - MJ’s arrival on Sydney airport
                   - Throwaway (MJ) -Sydney, 26.9.88, part only

880900K  late September or October: Australian TV (Channel 10) ‘Good Morning 
                    Australia’, incl.
                    - interview with Joe Satriani
                    - Throwaway (MJ) -Sydney, 26.09., part only

880900L  late September or October: German radio (SWF3) ‘Pop Shop', "Sechzehn", incl.
                   - interview with KR by Evi Seibert (Munich Hilton, 25.09.)

880900M  late September or October: Japanese TV (NHK) ‘Sound Plaza’, incl.
                  - interview with KR (& Steve Jordan)(in New York City)

881000A  October: KEITH RICHARDS.
                   7" single (Virgin VS 1125). Producer: KR & Steve Jordan.
                   A: Take It So Hard (KR/Steve Jordan)
                   B: I Could Have Stood You Up (KR/Steve Jordan)
                   Line-up: see 881003A.

881000B  October: KEITH RICHARDS.
                   12" single (Virgin VST 1125). Producer: KR & Steve Jordan.
                    A: Take It So Hard (KR/Steve Jordan)
                    B: I Could Have Stood You Up (KR/Steve Jordan)
                    B: It Means A Lot (KR/Steve Jordan)

881000C  October: KEITH RICHARDS.
                   12" promo-single (Virgin VST 1125). Producer: KR & Steve Jordan.
                   A: Struggle (KR/Steve Jordan) -edit
                   A: Struggle (KR/Steve Jordan)
                   B: Make No Mistake (KR/Steve Jordan) -edit

881001A  1st October: MICK JAGGER. Sydney, Australia, Entertainment Center

881001B  1st October: Australian TV (ABC) ‘The Factory’. Sydney-report, incl.
                   - Throwaway (MJ) -Sydney, 26.9.88, part only

881001C  1st (?) October: Australian TV (Channel 9) ‘Hey Hey It’s Saturday’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Molly Meldrum (in Brisbane, 23.09.)
                   Note: Second part of the interview, see 880924B.

881001D  1st October: US TV (MTV) ‘The Week In Rock’, incl.
                    - interview with KR by Kurt Loder (NYC, mid-September; about John Lennon)

881002A  2nd October: MICK JAGGER. Sydney, Australia, Entertainment Center

881003A  3rd October: KEITH RICHARDS.
                  LP ‘Talk Is Cheap’ (Virgin V 2554). Producers: KR & Steve Jordan.
                  Recorded between March 1987 and May 1988 at Studio 900, New York;
                  Le Studio, Montreal; Air Studios, Monserrat; The Hit Factory, New York;
                  House Of Music, New York; Ardent Studios, Memphis; Bermuda Sound
                  Recording Studios, Bermuda; Atlantic Studios, New York and Royal Recording
                  Studio, Memphis.
                  A: - Big Enough (KR/Steve Jordan)
                       - Take It So Hard (KR/Steve Jordan)
                       - Struggle (KR/Steve Jordan)
                       - I Could Have Stood You Up (KR/Steve Jordan)
                       - Make No Mistake (KR/Steve Jordan)
                       - You Don’t Move Me (KR/Steve Jordan)
                  B: - How I Wish (KR/Steve Jordan)
                       - Rockawhile (KR/Steve Jordan)
                       - Whip It Up (KR/Steve Jordan)
                       - Locked Away (KR/Steve Jordan)
                          - It Means A Lot (KR/Steve Jordan)
                  Line-up ‘Big Enough’: KR (voc, gtr, perc)/Steve Jordan (dr, bvoc, perc)/
                                Bootsy Collins (bass)/Maceo Parker (asax)/Bernie Worrell (org)/
                                Sarah dash (bvoc)
                  Line-up ‘Take It So Hard’: KR (voc, gtr)/Steve Jordan (bass, bvoc)/Waddy
                                Wachtel (gtr)/Charley Drayton (dr)/Ivan Neville (p, keyb)
                  Line-up ‘Struggle’: KR (voc, gtr)/Steve Jordan (dr, bvoc)/Waddy Wachtel
                                (gtr)/Charley Drayton (bass)/Ivan Neville (keyb)
                  Line-up ‘I Could Have Stood You Up’: KR (voc, gtr)/MT (gtr)/Steve Jordan
                               (dr, bvoc)/Johnnie Johnson (p)/Chuck Leavell (org)/Bobby Keys (sax)/
                               Joey Spampinato (bass)
                  Line-up ‘Make No Mistake’: KR (voc, gtr)/Steve Jordan (dr, congas, bvoc)/
                                Charley Drayton (bass)/Bernie Worrell (org, clavinet)/The Memphis
                                Horns (brass)/Sarah Dash (voc)
                  Line-up ‘You Don’t Move Me’: KR (voc, gtr)/Steve Jordan (dr, bvoc, perc)/
                                 Waddy Wachtel (gtr)/Charley Drayton (bass, bvoc)/Bernie Worrell
                                 (org)/Stanley Dural (accordion)
                  Line-up ‘How I Wish’: KR (voc, gtr)/Steve Jordan (dr, bvoc)/Waddy Wachtel
                                (gtr)/Charley Drayton (bass)/Ivan Neville (p, keyb)/Patti Scialfa (bvoc)
                  Line-up ‘Rockawhile’: KR (voc, gtr)/Steve Jordan (dr, bvoc)/Waddy Wachtel
                                (gtr)/Joey Spampinato (bass)/Bernie Worrell (clavinet)/Sam Butler,
                                 Charley Drayton & Sarah Dash (bvoc)/Stanley Dural (accordion)
                  Line-up ‘Whip It Up’: KR (voc, gtr)/Steve Jordan (dr, bvoc)/Waddy Wachtel
                                (gtr)/Charley Drayton (bass, bvoc)/Bobby Keys (bsax, tsax)/Patti
                                 Scialfa (bvoc)
                  Line-up ‘Locked Away’: KR (voc, gtr)/Steve Jordan (dr, bvoc)/Waddy Wachtel
                                (gtr)/Charley Drayton (bass, bvoc)/Ivan Neville (p, keyb)/Stanley Dural
                                (accordion)/Michael Doucet (violin)
                  Line-up ‘It Means A Lot’: KR (voc, gtr)/Steve Jordan (dr, bvoc)/Waddy Wachtel
                                (gtr)/Charley Drayton (bass)/Ivan Neville (keyb) 

881003B  3rd October: Norwegian radio (NRK P2) 'Riff '88', incl.
                   - interview with KR

881004A  4th October: New York City, NBC Studios. KR and Tom Hanks tape a promo
                   spot for the upcoming Saturday Night Live-show (see 881008A).

881004B  4th October: Australian TV (Channel 7) ‘Night News’, incl.
                   - interview with Jerry Hall
                   - Throwaway (MJ) -Sydney, 26.9.88, part only

881005A  ca. 5th October: Australian TV (Channel 10) 'Good Morning Australia', incl.
                   - MJ arrival in Sydney 11.09.
                   - Throwaway (MJ) -Sydney, 26.9.88, part only
                   - interview with Jerry Hall

881006A  6th October: MICK JAGGER. Melbourne, Australia, International Tennis Center
                   (Throwaway/Just Another Night/Honky Tonk Women/Miss You/
                    Tumbling Dice/Radio Control/Ruby Tuesday/Can’t You Hear Me
                    Knocking/Harlem Shuffle/Lucky In Love/Primitive Cool/War Baby/You
                    Can’t Always Get What You Want/Band introduction/One Hit/Foxy
                    Lady/Party Doll/Wild Colonial Boy/Winning Ugly/Lonely At The Top/
                    Gimme Shelter/Start Me Up/Brown Sugar/It’s Only Rock’n Roll/
                    Jumping Jack Flash/Satisfaction)

881007A  7th October: MICK JAGGER. Melbourne, Australia, International Tennis Center
                   (Throwaway/Just Another Night/Honky Tonk Women/Miss You/
                    Tumbling Dice/Radio Control/Ruby Tuesday/Can’t You Hear Me
                    Knocking/Harlem Shuffle/Lucky In Love/Primitive Cool/War Baby/
                    You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Band introduction/One Hit/
                    Foxy Lady/Party Doll/Wild Colonial Boy/What Kind Of World Is
                    This?/Bitch/Gimme Shelter/Start Me Up/Brown Sugar/It’s Only Rock’n
                    Roll/Jumping Jack Flash/Satisfaction)

881007B  7th October: UK TV (ITV) ‘Night Network’, incl.
                    - interview with RW by Annie Nightingale

881000E  early October: KEITH RICHARDS. New York City, American Sound Studio.
                   Rehearsals for the upcoming Saturday Night Live-show. Incl.
                    - Take It So Hard (KR/Steve Jordan)
                    - Struggle (KR/Steve Jordan)
                    - It Means A Lot (KR/Steve Jordan)

881008A  8th October: KEITH RICHARDS. US TV (NBC) ‘Saturday Night Live’, incl.
                    - Take It So Hard (KR/Steve Jordan)
                    - short skit with host Tom Hanks
                    - Struggle (KR/Steve Jordan)
                    Note: Telecast live from New York, NBC Studios, Studio 8H.

881008B  8th October: UK radio (BBC1) ‘The Saturday Sequence’, incl.
                   - interview with KR by Roger Scott (London, late September)

881008C  8th October: US radio (WNEW) ‘World Of Rock’, incl.
                   - phone-interview with MJ by Scott Muni

881009A  9th October: Austrian TV (ORF2) ‘X-Large’, incl.
                    - footage of ‘Take It So Hard’ video-shootings, L.A. 31.08.88                   
                    - interview with KR (Los Angeles, 31.08.)

881010A  10th October: MICK JAGGER. Perth, Australia, Burswood Superdome

881010B  10th October: German radio (NDR2) ‘Off Beat’. Host: Peter Urban. Incl.
                   - interview with KR

881011A  11th October: Australian TV (Channel 7) ‘Night News’. Perth-report, incl.
                   - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR) -Perth 10.10.88, part only
                   - interviews with angry fans
                   - interview with (local promoter) Paul Gadenne

881011B  11th October: Australian TV (Channel 9) ‘Graham Kennedy's News Show’.
                    Perth-report, incl.
                    - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR) -Perth 10.10.88, part only
                    - interview with Fred Botica (radio announcer)
                    - interview with (local promoter) Paul Gadenne

881011C  11th October: MICK JAGGER. Perth, Australia, Burswood Superdome

881014A  14th October: MICK JAGGER. Melbourne, Australia, International Tennis Center
                   (Just Another Night/Throwaway/Honky Tonk Women/Miss You/
                    Tumbling Dice/Radio Control/Ruby Tuesday/Can’t You Hear Me
                    Knocking/Harlem Shuffle/Lucky In Love/Primitive Cool/War Baby/
                    You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Band introduction/One Hit/
                    Foxy Lady/Party Doll/Wild Colonial Boy/Get Off Of My Cloud/Bitch/
                    Gimme Shelter/Start Me Up/Brown Sugar/It’s Only Rock’n Roll/
                    Jumping Jack Flash/Satisfaction)

881015A  15th October: MICK JAGGER. Melbourne, Australia, International Tennis Center
                   (Just Another Night/Throwaway/Honky Tonk Women/Miss You/
                    Tumbling Dice/Radio Control/Ruby Tuesday/Can’t You Hear Me
                    Knocking/Harlem Shuffle/Lucky In Love/Primitive Cool/War Baby/
                    You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Band introduction/One Hit/
                    Foxy Lady/Party Doll/Wild Colonial Boy/Get Off Of My Cloud/Bitch/
                    Gimme Shelter/Start Me Up/Brown Sugar/It’s Only Rock’n Roll/
                    Jumping Jack Flash/Satisfaction)
                    Note: The whole show was filmed by Australian TV (Channel 9).

881016A  16th October: U2. London, Dominion Theatre, ‘Smile Jamaica’-benefit. Incl.
                   - When Love Comes To Town (Bono/U2)
                   - Love Rescue Me (Bob Dylan/Bono/U2)
                   Line-up: KR (gtr, voc)/Bono (voc, gtr, harm)/The Edge (gtr)/Larry Mullen Jr. (dr)/
                                  Adam Clayton (bass)/Ziggy Marley & The Melody Makers (bvoc on Love
                                  Rescue Me only)/The Rumour Horn Section (brass on Love Recue Me)
                   Note: The whole show was telecast through UK TV. Soundboard recording
                              was made by Andy Rose with the Fleetwood Mobile.

881016B  16th October: UK radio (BFBS) 'Night Flight', incl.
                   - interview with KR by Alan Bangs (Munich, Hotel Hilton 25.09.)

881017A  17th October: Madrid, Spain. Press conference by KR.

881017A  17th or 18th October: Spanish TV (TVE3), incl.
                   - interview with KR (in Madrid)
                   Note: Aired on an unknown later date.

881018A  18th October: MICK JAGGER. Melbourne, Australia, International Tennis
                   Center, incl.
                   (Can’t You Hear Me Knocking/Harlem Shuffle/Lucky In Love/War Baby/
                    You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Band introduction/One Hit/
                    Foxy Lady/Party Doll/Wild Colonial Boy/Get Off Of My Cloud/Gimme
                    Shelter/Start Me Up/Brown Sugar/Rip This Joint/Jumping Jack Flash/
                    Satisfaction)

881018B  18th  & 19th October: Japanese radio (FM Tokyo) ‘Sound Market’ (in two parts).
                    - interview with KR
 

881019A  19th October: MICK JAGGER. Melbourne, Australia, Richmond Corner Hotel
                    (Going Down/Bitch/Honky Tonk Women/I Just Wanna Make Love To
                     You/Lonely At The Top/Little Red Rooster/Brown Sugar/Rip This Joint/
                     It’s Only Rock’n Roll/Foxy Lady)
                    Note: The whole show was filmed by Australian TV (Channel 9).
                              The group was announced as The Brothers Of Sodom.

881019C  19th October: Rome, Italy. Press conference by KR.

881020A  20th October: Australian TV (Channel 9) ‘Graham Kennedy's News Show’.        
                   Richmond-report, incl.
                   - Bitch (MJ/KR) -Richmond Corner Hotel 19.10.88, part only

881021A  21st October: MICK JAGGER. Sydney, Australia, Entertainment Center
                   (Throwaway/Just Another Night/Honky Tonk Women/Miss You/
                    Tumbling Dice/Radio Control/Ruby Tuesday/Can’t You Hear Me
                    Knocking/Harlem Shuffle/Lucky In Love/Primitive Cool/War Baby/
                    You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Little Red Rooster/Band
                    introduction/One Hit/Foxy Lady/Party Doll/Wild Colonial Boy/Get Off
                    Of My Cloud/Bitch/Gimme Shelter/Start Me Up/Brown Sugar/It’s Only
                    Rock’n Roll/Jumping Jack Flash/Satisfaction)

881022A  22nd October: Oslo, Norway, Grand Hotel. Press conference by KR.

881022B  22nd October: UK radio (BBC1) ‘The Saturday Sequence’, incl.
                   - interview with RW by Roger Scott (London, late September)
                   + So High On Your Love (Bobby Womack/Harold Payne) -RW-track of
                         late 1986/early 1987, unreleased until 1998

881022C  22nd October: Italian TV (RAI1) ‘Prisma’, incl.
                   - interview with KR (Rome 20.10.88)

881022D  22nd October: Spanish TV (TVE1) ‘Rockopop’, "Un Pirata Encatador", incl.
                   - interview with KR (in Madrid 17. or 18.10.)

881022E  22nd October: French TV (A2) ‘Planete Rock’, incl.
                   - interview with KR (Paris 25.09.88)

881022F  22nd October: Australian TV (Channel 9) ‘MTV Exclusive’, incl.
                  - interview with MJ by Richard Wilkins (Sydney 21.10.)

881023A  23rd October: MICK JAGGER. Adelaide, Australia, Thebarton Theater

881023B  23rd October: Norwegian TV (NRK) ‘Sondagsrevyen’, incl.
                   - interview with KR by Ragnar Auglaend (Oslo 22.10.88)
                   - footage of Oslo 24.06.65

881024A  24th October: UK TV (BBC1) 'Breakfast Time', incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Christopher Morris (in Sydney, probably 21.10.)
                   - Just Another Night (MJ) -Melbourne 15.10., part only
                   - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR) -Melbourne 15.10., part only

881026A  26th October: US TV (MTV) ‘Keith Richards - Rolling On’, incl.
                   - interview with KR by Kurt Loder (NYC, 04.10.88)
                   - interview with KR (Los Angeles, 31.8.88)
                   - footage from Take It So Hard-video shooting (Los Anegeles 31.08.88)
                   - Jam ( ) -L.A., Ren-Mar Studios 31.08., during Take It So Hard video shoot
                   - interview with KR by Kurt Loder (NYC, mid-September 1988)
                   - interview with Waddy Wachtel (Los Angeles, 31.8.88)
                   - interview with Ivan Neville (Los Angeles, 31.8.88)
                   - Take It So Hard (KR/Steve Jordan) -SNL rehearsals, 4th (?) October, part only
                   - Struggle (KR/Steve Jordan) -SNL rehearsals, 4th (?) October, part only
                   Note: Repeated on European MTV on 6th November.

881028A  28th October: US radio (WNEW), New York City, Hard Rock Café
                   - interview with KR

881029A  29th October: MICK JAGGER. Australian TV (Channel 9) ‘Deep Down Under’.
                   - Deep Down Under (MJ/Jimmy Rip/Joe Satriani) -recorded probably in San
                        Francisco 25.08. - 09.09.88, filmed in the Australian outback in mid-October
                   - Just Another Night (MJ) -Melbourne 15.10.88
                   - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR) -Melbourne 15.10.88
                   - Miss You (MJ/KR) -Melbourne 15.10.88
                   - Radio Control (MJ) -Melbourne 15.10.88
                   - Ruby Tuesday (MJ/KR) -Melbourne 15.10.88
                   - Lonely At The Top (MJ/KR) -Richmond 19.10.88
                   - Little Red Rooster (Willie Dixon) -Richmond 19.10.88
                   - It’s Only Rock’n Roll (MJ/KR) -Richmond 19.10.88
                   - War Baby (MJ) -Melbourne 15.10.88
                   - You Can’t Always Get What You Want (MJ/KR) -Melbourne 15.10.88
                   - Band introduction -Melbourne 15.10.88
                   - Foxy Lady (Jimi Hendrix) -Melbourne 15.10.88
                   - Party Doll (MJ) -Melbourne 15.10.88
                   - Wild Colonial Boy (Trad.) -Melbourne 15.10.88
                   - Gimme Shelter (MJ/KR) -Melbourne 15.10.88
                   - Start Me Up (MJ/KR) -Melbourne 15.10.88
                   - Brown Sugar (MJ/KR) -Melbourne 15.10.88
                   - Jumping Jack Flash (MJ/KR) -Melbourne 15.10.88
                   - Satisfaction (MJ/KR) -Melbourne 15.10.88
                   - Stomp (MJ) -recorded probably in San Francisco 25.08. - 09.09.88, filmed
                         in the Australian outback in mid-October

881029B  29th October: Australian TV (Channel 9) ‘MTV Exclusive’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Richard Wilkins (Sydney 21.10.)
                   - screening of KR ‘Rolling On’-special (see 881106A)

881029C  29th October: UK radio (BBC1) ‘The Marquee - The First 30 Years’. Part 1, incl.
                   - interview with MJ
                   - interview with CW
                   - interview with BW
                   Note: Repeated on the 1st November.

881030A  30th October: MICK JAGGER. Jakarta, Indonesia, Stadion Utama Senayan
                   (Honky Tonk Women/Just Another Night/Throwaway/Miss You/Tumbling Dice/
                    Radio Control/Ruby Tuesday/Can’t You Hear Me Knocking/Harlem Shuffle/
                    Lucky In Love/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Band introduction/One
                    Hit/Foxy Lady/Party Doll/Angie/Get Off Of My Cloud/Bitch/Gimme Shelter/
                    Start Me Up/Brown Sugar/It’s Only Rock’n Roll/Jumping Jack Flash/
                    Satisfaction)

881000D  October (?): Australian TV (Channel 9) ‘Hey Hey It’s Saturday’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Molly Meldrum (in Brisbane 23.09.)
                   Note: Some outtakes of the interview (about Prince & Dickie Knee).

881101A  1st November: Swedish TV (TV2) ‘I Am What I Am’, incl.
                   - interview with RW (ca. mid-1986)
                   Note: Airing of a Canadian Jerry Lee Lewis-documentary of 1987, probably
                             first aired in Canada and/or the US in 1987 or ealier in 1988. Released on
                             VHS (Charly Video VID JAM 21) in 1989.

881101B  1st November: Italian TV (RAI1) ‘La Notte Rock’, incl.
                    - interview with KR (Rome 20.10.)

881101C  1st & 8th November: US radio (Media American Radio) ‘Up Close’. Host: Dan
                    Neer. Two parts. Incl.
                    - interview with KR
                    - interview with BW
                    - interview with MJ
                    - interview with RW
                    - interview with Bruce Springsteen

881102A  2nd November: RONNIE WOOD. Miami, Florida, Woody’s On The Beach

881100A  early November: New Zealandian TV (NZTV) ‘Top Half’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Dylan Taite (Auckland, Ferry Building, Harbourside Ocean
                       Bar Grill, November 2 or 3)

881100B  early November: New Zealandian TV (NZTV) ‘Network News’, incl.
                   - arrival on Wellington Rongotai Airport 08.02.65
                   - footage of fans in Auckland 11.02.73
                   - interview with MJ by Dylan Taite (Auckland, Ferry Building, Harbourside Ocean
                       Bar Grill, November 2 or 3)

881103A  3rd November: MICK JAGGER. Auckland, New Zealand, Gluepot Café

881103B  3rd November: RAY CHARLES. Miami, Florida, Woody’s On The Beach
                    - Then We'll Be Home (Sadye Shepard)
                    - unidentified ( ) -with The Raelets on vocals
                    - Then I'll Be Over You/I Can’t Stop Loving You (Ben Peters)(Don Gibson)
                    - Lay Around And Love On You (David Gillon/Bobby Bland)
                    - What’d I Say (Ray Charles)
                    - I Can’t Stop Loving You (Don Gibson) -reprise
                    Line-up: RW (gtr)/Ray Charles (voc, p)/The Raelets (bvoc)/& others

881103C  ca. 3rd - 9th November: KEITH RICHARDS AND THE X-PENSIVE
                    WINOS. New York City, unidentified studio. Tour-rehearsals. Line-up, see below.

881105A  5th November: MICK JAGGER. Auckland, New Zealand, Western Springs Stadium
                   (Just Another Night/Throwaway/Honky Tonk Women/Miss You/Tumbling
                    Dice/Radio Control/Ruby Tuesday/Can't You Hear Me Knocking/Harlem
                    Shuffle/Lucky In Love/War Baby/You Can't Always Get What You Want/
                    Little Red Rooster/Band introduction/One Hit/Foxy Lady/Party Doll/Hard
                    Woman/Sex Machine/Bitch/Gimme Shelter/Start Me Up/Brown Sugar/
                    It's Only Rock'n Roll/Jumping Jack Flash/Satisfaction)
                   Note: A private video of the whole show exists.

881106A  6th November: Austrian TV (ORF2) ‘X-Large’, incl.
                   - interview with KR (in Los Angeles, at some West Hollywood hotel, 15.09.)

881108A  8th November: JERRY LEE LEWIS. Miami, Florida, Woody’s On The Beach
                    With RW on guitar.

881109A  9th November: JERRY LEE LEWIS. Miami, Florida, Woody’s On The Beach
                   (Johnny B. Goode/Over The Rainbow/Hang Up My Rock’n Roll Shoes/Boogie
                    Woogie Rockin’ Man/Midnight Turning Day Blues/Shake, Rattle & Roll/Walk
                    A Mile In My Shoes/Little Queenie/High School Confidential/Hey Baby/Real
                    Wild Child/Break Up-Hound Dog/Great Balls Of Fire/Breathless)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr)/Jerry Lee Lewis (voc, p)/Bobby Keys (sax)/& others

881110A  10th November: WILLIE DIXON. Miami, Florida, Woody’s On The Beach
                    - The Seventh Son (Willie Dixon)
                    - You Shook Me/Rock Me Baby (Willie Dixon)(B.B. King/Joe Josea)
                    - Spoonful (Willie Dixon)
                    - I’m Ready (Willie Dixon)
                    - Wang Dang Doodle (Willie Dixon)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr)/Wille Dixon (voc)/Bobby Keys (sax)/& others
                   Note: A professional shot video is reported to exist.

881112A  12th & 19th November: US radio (D.I.R.) ‘Scott Muni's World Of Rock’, incl.
                   - interview with KR by Scott Muni
                   Note: Aired in two parts in the World Of Rock-shows #19 and #20.

881113A  13th November: US TV (MTV) ‘The Week In Rock’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Richard Wilkins (Melbourne, October ‘88)
                    - Just Another Night (MJ) -Melbourne 10/88, part only
                    - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR) -Melbourne 10/88, part only

881115A  mid- or late November: New Zealandian TV (NZ TV2) 'Radio With Pictures', incl.
                  - interview with MJ by Dick Rivers (Auckland, Ferry Building, Harbourside Ocean
                      Bar Grill, November 2 or 3)

881118A  18th - 23rd November: KEITH RICHARDS AND THE X-PENSIVE
                    WINOS. Atlanta, unidentified venue. Tour-rehearsals. Line-up, see below.

881120A  20th November: US radio (D.I.R.) ‘King Biscuit Flower Hour’. Host: Bill Minkin.
                   Incl.
                   - Brown Sugar (MJ/KR) -Rotterdam 13.10.73
                   - Street Fighting Man (MJ/KR) -Brussels 17.10.73, 1st show
                   - Gimme Shelter (MJ/KR) -Brussels 17.10.73, 1st show
                   - Happy (MJ/KR) -Brussels 17.10.73, 1st show
                   - Tumbling Dice (MJ/KR) -Brussels 17.10.73, 1st show
                   - Dancing With Mr. D (MJ/KR) -Brussels 17.10.73, 1st show
                   - Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (MJ/KR) -London 09.09.73
                   - Angie (MJ/KR) -Brussels 17.10.73, 1st show
                   - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR) -Brussels 17.10.73, 1st show
                   - Midnight Rambler (MJ/KR) -Brussels 17.10.73, 1st show; edit
                   Note: The first two tracks were unaired until then.

881121A  21st November: US radio (Westwood One) ‘Off The Record’, incl.
                   - interview with KR by Mary Turner
                   Note: Repeated on April 3, 1989.

881121B  21st November: Italian TV (Videomusic). Keith Richards-special, incl.
                    - interview with KR by Rick Hutton (Rome 20.10.88)

24th November - 17th December: KEITH RICHARDS AND THE X-PENSIVE
                 WINOS. US Tour.
                  Line-up: KR (gtr, voc)/Waddy Wachtel (gtr, bvoc)/Ivan Neville (keyb,
                                 bvoc, guitar on Happy, bass on I Could Have Stood You Up/
                                 Charley Drayton (bass, bvoc, dr on Take It So Hard)/Steve
                                 Jordan (dr, bvoc, bass on Take It So Hard)/Bobby Keys (sax)/
                                 Sarah Dash (bvoc, lvoc on Time Is On My Side and partly on
                                 Make No Mistake, perc)

881124A  24th November:KEITH RICHARDS. Atlanta, Georgia, Fox Theater
                   (Take It So Hard/How I Wish/I Could Have Stood You Up/Too Rude/
                    Before They Make Me Run/You Don’t Move Me/Make No Mistake/
                    Time Is On My Side/Big Enough/Whip It Up/Band introduction/Locked
                    Away/Struggle/Happy/Connection/Rockawhile/It Means A Lot)
                    Note: The whole show minus It Means A Lot was privately filmed.

881125A  25th November: KEITH RICHARDS. Memphis, New Daisy Club. Soundcheck.
                   - Time Is On My Side (Jerry Ragavoy/Jimmy Norman)

881125B  25th November: KEITH RICHARDS. Memphis, Tennessee, New Daisy Club
                   (Take It So Hard/How I Wish/I Could Have Stood You Up/Before They
                    Make Me Run/Too Rude/You Don’t Move Me/Make No Mistake/
                    Time Is On My Side/Whip It Up/Locked Away/Struggle/Happy/
                    Connection/Rockawhile/It Means A Lot)

881127A  27th November: KEITH RICHARDS. Washington, Constitution Hall. Soundcheck.
                    - Time Is On My Side (Jerry Ragavoy/Jimmy Norman)
                    - Jams ( )

881127B  27th November: KEITH RICHARDS. Washington, D.C., Constitution Hall
                   (Take It So Hard/How I Wish/I Could Have Stood You Up/Before They
                    Make Me Run/Too Rude/You Don’t Move Me/Make No Mistake/
                    Time Is On My Side/Big Enough/Whip It Up/Band introduction/Locked
                    Away/Struggle/Happy/Connection/Rockawhile/It Means A Lot)
                    Note: A video of the whole show exists.

881127C  27th November: Italian TV (Italia 1) ‘Be-Bop-A-Lula’, incl.
                    - interview with KR by Red Ronnie (about John Lennon; Rome 20.10.88)

881128A  28th November: ZIGGY MARLEY AND THE MELODY MAKERS.
                   7" single (Virgin VS 1148, -Australia). Recorded 15.10.87 in New York City,
                   Sigma Sound Studios. Producers: Chris Frantz and Tina Weymouth.
                   Sound engineer: Glenn Rosenstein.
                   A: Lee And Molly (Ziggy Marley) -remixed edit, with KR on guitar
                   [B: Dreams Of Home (Ziggy Marley)]
                   Line-up: see 880200B.

881128B  28th November: US radio (D.I.R.) ‘Rockline’. Host: Bob Coburn. Incl.
                   - interview with KR by Bob Coburn (in New York City)
                   - KR answers questions by callers-in

881128C  28th November: KEITH RICHARDS. New York City. More tour-rehearsals.

881129A  29th November:. KEITH RICHARDS. New York City, Beacon Theater
                   (Take It So Hard/How I Wish/I Could Have Stood You Up/Before They
                    Make Me Run/Too Rude/I Wanna Be Your Man/You Don’t Move Me/
                    Make No Mistake/Time Is On My Side/Big Enough/Whip It Up/Locked
                    Away/Little T & A/Struggle/Happy/Connection/Rockawhile/It Means A Lot)
                   Note: A video of the whole show exists.

881201A  1st December: U2.
                   12“ single (Island Records 12 IS 402). Producer: Jimmy Iovine. With KR
                    on guitar on Love Rescue Me, recorded live in London 16.10.88.
                    [A: Angel Of Harlem (Bono/U2)]
                    [B: A Room At The Heartbreak Hotel (Bono/U2)]
                    B: Love Rescue Me (Bono/Bob Dylan/U2)
                    Line-up and notes: see 881016A.

881201B  1st December: KEITH RICHARDS. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Tower Theater
                   (Take It So Hard/How I Wish/I Could Have Stood You Up/Before They
                    Make Me Run/Too Rude/I Wanna Be Your Man/You Don’t Move Me/
                    Make No Mistake/Time Is On My Side/Whip It Up/Locked Away/
                    Band introduction/Little T & A/Struggle/Happy/Connection/
                    Rockawhile/It Means A Lot)
                   Note: A video of the whole show exists.

881202A  2nd December: KEITH RICHARDS. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Tower Theater
                   (Take It So Hard/How I Wish/I Could Have Stood You Up/Before They
                    Make Me Run/Too Rude/I Wanna Be Your Man/You Don’t Move Me/
                    Make No Mistake/Time Is On My Side/Big Enough/Whip It Up/Locked
                    Away/Little T & A/Struggle/Happy/Connection/Rockawhile/It Means A Lot)

881204A  4th December: KEITH RICHARDS. Boston, Massachusetts, Orpheum Theater, incl.
                   (Before They Make Me Run/Too Rude/I Wanna Be Your Man/You Don’t
                    Move Me/Make No Mistake/Time Is On My Side/Big Enough/Whip It
                    Up/Locked Away/Little T & A/Struggle/Happy/Connection/Rockawhile/
                    It Means A Lot)

881204B  4th December: Italian TV (Italia 1) ‘Be-Bop-A-Lula’, incl.
                   - interview with KR by Red Ronnie (Rome 20.10.88)
                   - Be-Bop-A-Lula (Gene Vincent/Tex Davis) -KR on piano and vocals
                   - bluesy flamenco-improvisation (KR on guitar)

881204C  4th December: Italian TV (RAI 1) ‘TG1 Sette’, incl.
                   - interview with KR (Rome 20.10.88)

881205A  5th December: KEITH RICHARDS. Boston, Massachusetts, Orpheum Theater
                   (Take It So Hard/How I Wish/I Could Have Stood You Up/Before They
                    Make Me Run/Too Rude/I Wanna Be Your Man/You Don’t Move Me/
                    Make No Mistake/Time Is On My Side/Big Enough/Whip It Up/Locked
                    Away/Little T & A/Struggle/Happy/Connection/Rockawhile/It Means A Lot)

881205  5th December: US TV (MTV) ‘MTV News’, incl.
                  - interview with KR (in New York City, 29. or 30.11.)
                  - interview with Steve Jordan
                  - interview with Waddy Wachtel
                  - Time Is On My Side (J. Ragavoy/J. Norman) -Washington 27.11.88, part only
                  + footage from autographing session at Tower Records, New York City 30.11.
                  Note: Also aired in European MTV's 'The Week In Rock' on December 10.

881207A  7th December: KEITH RICHARDS. Cleveland, Ohio, Music Hall
                   (Take It So Hard/How I Wish/I Could Have Stood You Up/Before They
                    Make Me Run/Too Rude/I Wanna Be Your Man/You Don’t Move Me/
                    Make No Mistake/Time Is On My Side/Big Enough/Whip It Up/Locked
                    Away/Little T & A/Struggle/Happy/Connection/Rockawhile/It Means A Lot)
                    Note: A 75 min. private video exists, containing:
                              (Take It So Hard/How I Wish/I Could Have Stood You Up/Before
                               They Make Me Run/Too Rude/I Wanna Be Your Man/You
                                Don’t Move Me/Time Is On My Side/Big Enough/Whip It Up/
                                Locked Away/Little T & A/Struggle/Happy)

881208A  8th December: KEITH RICHARDS. Detroit, Michigan, Fox Theater
                   (Take It So Hard/How I Wish/I Could Have Stood You Up/Before They
                    Make Me Run/Too Rude/I Wanna Be Your Man/You Don’t Move Me/
                    Make No Mistake/Time Is On My Side/Big Enough/Whip It Up/Locked
                    Away/Little T & A/Struggle/Happy/Connection/Rockawhile/It Means A Lot)

881210A  10th December: KEITH RICHARDS. Chicago, Illinois, Aragon Ballroom
                   (Take It So Hard/How I Wish/I Could Have Stood You Up/Before They
                    Make Me Run/Too Rude/I Wanna Be Your Man/You Don’t Move Me/
                    Make No Mistake/Time Is On My Side/Big Enough/Whip It Up/Locked
                    Away/Little T & A/Struggle/Happy/Connection/Rockawhile/It Means A Lot)

881213A  13th December: KEITH RICHARDS. Oakland, California, Henry J. Kaiser Arena
                   (Take It So Hard/How I Wish/I Could Have Stood You Up/Before They
                    Make Me Run/Too Rude/I Wanna Be Your Man/You Don’t Move Me/
                    Make No Mistake/Time Is On My Side/Big Enough/Whip It Up/Locked
                    Away/Little T & A/Struggle/Happy/Connection/Rockawhile/It Means A Lot)
                   Note: A 1-hour private video of this show exists.

881214A  14th December: KEITH RICHARDS. Los Angeles, Universal Amphitheater
                   (Take It So Hard/How I Wish [re-started]/I Could Have Stood You Up/
                    Before They Make Me Run/Too Rude/I Wanna Be Your Man/You
                    Don’t Move Me/Make No Mistake/Time Is On My Side/Big Enough/
                    Whip It Up/Locked Away/Little T & A/Struggle/Happy/Connection/
                    Rockawhile/It Means A Lot)

881214B  14th December: US TV (NBC) 'Channel 4 News'. L.A.14.12.88-report, incl.
                     - I Wanna Be Your Man (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) -part only
                     - Whip It Up (KR/Steve Jordan) -part only
                     - Take It So Hard (KR/Steve Jordan) -part only

881215A  15th December: KEITH RICHARDS. Los Angeles, Hollywood Palladium
                    (Take It So Hard/How I Wish/I Could Have Stood You Up/Before They
                     Make Me Run/Too Rude/I Wanna Be Your Man/You Don’t Move Me/
                     Make No Mistake/Time Is On My Side/Big Enough/Whip It Up/Locked
                     Away/Little T & A/Struggle/Happy/Connection/Rockawhile/It Means A Lot)
                     Note: Soundboard recording was made by Don Smith with The Record
                               Plant Truck. Most of the show was filmed by Tony Eaton and his crew.

881217A  17th December: THE DIRTY STRANGERS. London, The Mean Fiddler
                   With special guest RW (gtr) on
                   - Milkshake Mademoiselle (Jack Hammer)
                   Note: A private video of the song exists.

881217B  17th December: KEITH RICHARDS. East Rutherford, New Jersey, Brendan Byrne
                   Arena
                    (Take It So Hard/How I Wish/I Could Have Stood You Up/Crazy Mixed
                     Up World/Before They Make Me Run/Too Rude/I Wanna Be Your
                     Man/You Don’t Move Me/Make No Mistake/Time Is On My Side/Big
                     Enough/Whip It Up/Locked Away/Little T & A/Struggle/Happy/
                     Connection/Rockawhile/Run Rudolph Run/It Means A Lot)
                     Note: With special guest Johnnie Johnson (p) on I Could Have Stood You Up,
                               Crazy Mixed Up World and Run Rudolph Run.
                               A one-hour private video exists, containing:
                               (Take It So Hard/How I Wish/Too Rude/You Don’t Move Me/
                                Make No Mistake/Time Is On My Side/Big Enough/Locked
                                Away/Little T & A/Struggle/Happy/It Means A Lot)

881219A  19th December: DON COVAY. Miami, Florida, Woody’s On The Beach
                    - Sookie Sookie (Don Covay/Steve Cropper)
                    - Don Covay Boogie (Don Covay/Jon Tiven/Sally Tiven)
                    - Mercy Mercy/”Happy Birthday Woody’s On The Beach” (Don Covay/
                         Ronald Miller)
                    - Chain Of Fools (Don Covay)
                    - Long Tall Shorty (Don Covay/Herb Abramson)
                    - Hi-Heel Sneakers (Robbert Higginbotham)
                    - Lucille (Albert Collins/Richard Penniman)
                    - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR)
                    - It's Better To Have (Don Covay)
                    - Barefootin’/Satisfaction (Robert Parker)(MJ/KR)
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, voc)/Don Covay (voc)/& others

881223A  23rd December: UK TV (BBC2) ‘Entertainment USA’, incl.
                   - interview with KR by Jonathan King (in December, in New York City)

881225A  25th December: UK TV (LWT) ‘One More Audience With Dame Edna’, incl.
                   - short interview with BW (who is sitting in the audience) by Dame Edna

881230A  30th December: Finnish TV (YLE) ‘Rockstop’, incl.
                   - interview with KR by Heli Nevakare (Oslo, Norway 22.10.88)
                   - footage of Turku-Pori-gig 25.6.65