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)
                   - 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)/& five unidentified back-up singers
                   Note: Benefit concert for the Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH).
                             The whole show was broadcast on UK BBC TV (and later released
                             on video by Odyssey) and on UK Radio Trent.
                             Three songs (Lucille, Honky Tonk Women & It’s All Over Now) were also
                             broadcast by US Westwood One radio (‘Superstars In Concert’-series).

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 plays with Buddy Guy.

880300B  late March: US TV (NBC) ‘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.

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 (MTV) 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)

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)

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 16.7.88)

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 Studio.
                    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) -The Hague 8.8.64, 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’.

880904A  4th September: European TV (MTV) ‘News’. Report on a charity cricket
                    match in Surrey, with footage of BW (and Stephen Wyman) 03.07.88

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) ‘National Nine News’, 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

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, 26.9.88, part only

880927B  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)

880927C  27th September: Swedish radio (P3) ‘Avsminkat’. Host: Janeric Sundquist. Incl.
                    - interview with KR (in New York City)

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

880927E  27th September: European TV (MTV) ‘The Week In Rock’, incl.
                    - interview with KR
                    - footage of ‘Take It So Hard’ video-shootings, L.A. 31.8.88

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

880929C  29th September: European TV (MTV) ‘News’, 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 25.9.1988)
                   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 9) ‘Good Morning 
                    Australia’, incl.
                    - interview with Joe Satriani
                    - Throwaway (MJ) -Sydney, 26.9.88, part only

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. 

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 or 4th October: Norwegian radio ( ) 'Riff '88', incl.
                   - interview with KR

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

881004C  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) ‘Stereo Sequence’, incl.
                   - interview with KR by Roger Scott

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

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.

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

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.

881019B  19th October: Austrian TV (ORF2) ‘X-Large’, incl.
                    - interview with KR (Ren-Mar Studios, Los Angeles, 31.08.1988)

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) ‘Saturday Sequence’, incl.
                   - interview with RW by Steve Wright
                   + 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’, incl.
                   - interview with KR (in Madrid)

881022E  22nd October: French TV (A2) ‘Planete Rock’, incl.
                   - interview with KR (Paris 25.9.)

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 (Oslo 22.10.88)
                   - footage of Oslo 24.6.65

881026A  26th October: US TV (MTV) ‘Keith Richards - Rolling On’. Incl.
                    - interview with KR (Los Angeles, 31.8.88)
                    - rehearsals for Take It So Hard-video (KR/Steve Jordan)(L.A. 31.8.88)
                    - interview with Waddy Wachtel (Los Angeles, 31.8.88)
                    - interview with Ivan Neville (Los Angeles, 31.8.88)
                    + footage thru the years
                    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 25.8. - 9.9.88, 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 25.8. - 9.9.88, 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 (BBC2) ‘The Marquee - The First 30 Years’. Part 1, incl.
                    - interview with MJ
                    - interview with CW
                    - interview with BW

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)
                   Note: A professional shot video of the last two songs exists.

881000F  late October: Spanish TV (Catalan TV) ‘Un Pirata Encatador’, incl.
                   - interview with KR (Madrid, 17th or 18th October)

881101A  1st November: Swedish TV (TV2) ‘I Am What I Am’. Incl.
                    - interview with RW (about Jerry Lee Lewis)

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

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.

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.

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’.
                   - 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.
                    - interview with KR (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’. Preview to 4.12., incl.
                   - interview with KR by Red Ronnie

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.
                   - phone-interview with KR by Bob Coburn (from 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 (Rome 20.10.88) by Red Ronnie
                    - Be-Bop-A-Lula (Gene Vincent/Tex Davis) -KR on piano and vocals
                    - bluesy flamenco-improvisation (KR on guitar)

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)

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)

881210B  10th December: European TV (MTV) ‘The Week In Rock’, incl.
                    - interview with KR
                    - interview with Waddy Wachtel
                    - Time Is On My Side (Jerry Ragavoy/Jimmy Norman) -Washington 27.11.88, pt. only
                    + signing at Tower Records, New York 30.11.88

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), newscast. 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: US TV (CBS) ‘Entertainment Tonight’, incl.
                    - interview with KR (in December)
                    Note: Repeated by British BBC TV on the 28th December.

881225A  25th December: UK TV (LWT) ‘One More Audience With Dame Edna’.
                    With BW in the audience.

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

881200A  late 1988: Japanese TV (NHK) ‘Sun Plaza’, incl.
                   - interview with KR