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1996

960101A  1st January: US radio (Westwood One) ‘Up Close‘, incl.
                    - interviews with The Rolling Stones by Paul Sexton
                    Note: Part 1. Part 2 was broadcast on the 8th January.

960101B  1st January: UK TV (ITV) ‘Sound Bites ‘96‘, incl.
                    - interview with CW

960115A  15th January: US radio ( ) ‘In The Studio‘. Stripped-special, incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Red Beard
                    - interview with KR by Red Beard

960120A  20th or 27th January: LITTLE RICHARD. UK TV (Channel 4) 'The White
                   Room', incl.
                   - All Around The World (Otis Blackwell/Li'l Millet)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr)/Little Richard (p, voc)/& unknown band

960205A  5th February: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   Promotional CD-single (Virgin DPRO-11075, -USA). Producers: Don Was &
                   The Glimmer Twins.
                   - Wild Horses (MJ/KR) -Tokyo 3.-5.3.95; edit
                   - I’m Free (MJ/KR) -Lisboa, 23.-26.7.95; Stripped-version
                   - Wild Horses (MJ/KR) -Tokyo 3.-5.3.95; Stripped-version

960205B  5th February: THE BEATLES.
                   CD-single (EMI CDR 6425). Producer: George Martin. With an
                   previously unreleased alternate take of Yellow Submarine with BJ
                   on percussion and joining in in the free-for-all-chorus.
                   [- Real Love (John Lennon)]
                   [- Baby’s In Black (John Lennon/Paul McCartney)]
                   - Yellow Submarine (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) -alternate take 1.6.66
                   [- Here, There And Everywhere (John Lennon/Paul McCartney)]
                   Line-up: BJ (perc, bvoc)/John Lennon (gtr, bvoc)/Paul McCartney (bass,
                                  bvoc)/George Harrison (tamb, bvoc)/Ringo Starr (dr, voc)/
                                  Marianne Faithfull, Patti Harrison, George Martin, Neil
                                  Aspinall, Mal Evans (bvoc)/& unidentified brass band

960210A  10th February: US TV (VH-1) ‘One To One’, incl.
                    - interview with KR by Anthony De Curtis (at home, Jamaica, November 1995)

960217A  17th February: German TV (WDR) ‘The Who - 30Years Of Max R’n’B’, incl.
                    - interview with KR

960200A  February: French TV (M6) ‘Zone Interdite’, incl.
                    - footage of RW, Jo Wood and Bobby Keys at the Carnival De Rio

960300A  early March: MICK JAGGER. London, Matrix Mason Rouge Studios.
                   Producer: Philip Glass?. Sound engineer: Chris Kimsey. Recordings for the
                   movie Bent.
                   - The Streets Of Berlin (Philip Glass/Martin Sherman)
                   Line-up: MJ (voc)/Matt Clifford (p)

960311A  11th March: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   CD-single (Virgin VSCDT 1578). Producers: Don Was & The Glimmer Twins.
                   - Wild Horses (MJ/KR) - studio recording, Tokyo 3.-5.3.95
                   - Live With Me (MJ/KR) -live in London 19.7.95; previously unreleased
                   - Tumbling Dice (MJ/KR) -live in Paris 3.7.95; previously unreleased
                   - Gimme Shelter (MJ/KR) -live in Amsterdam 26.5.95; previously unreleased
                   Note: Tumbling Dice starts with 48 seconds of an backstage rehearsal, recorded
                              in Amsterdam on May 26 or 27, 1995.

960319A  19th March: THE BEATLES.
                    2 CD’s ‘Anthology 2’ (EMI CDPCSP 728). Producer: George Martin. Incl.
                    - You Know My Name (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) -alternate version
                    Line-up: BJ (alto sax)/John Lennon (voc, gtr)/Paul McCartney (bass, voc)/
                                   Ringo Starr (dr) & many other instruments dubbed over.
                    Note: BJ's part was recorded on the 8th June 1967 (see 670608A).

960300B  March: MICK JAGGER. Atlanta, unknown studio. Producer: Dallas Austin.
                   Recording of demo tracks.

960300C  March: KEITH RICHARDS & THE X-PENSIVE WINOS. near Ocho Rios,
                   Jamaica, KR’s house. Recording of demo tracks.

960500A  May: BO DIDDLEY.
                   CD ‘A Man Amongst Men’ (EastWest 0630-14817-2). Producer: Mike Vernon.
                   Overdubs by KR recorded in late 1995 in New York City. Contributions by RW
                   around 26th November 1995 at Sallins Studio, Dublin, Ireland. Incl.
                   - Bo Diddley Is Crazy (Ellas McDaniel) -KR on guitar, John Rosenberg on guitar,
                       The Shirelles on backing vocals and speech by Johnnie ‘Guitar’ Watson
                   - Hey Baby (Ellas McDaniel) -RW on guitar, Billy Boy Arnold on harmonica,
                       John Rosenberg on guitar, The Shirelles on backing vocals
                   - I Can’t Stand It (RW/Ellas McDaniel) -RW on guitar, Dave Bronze on bass,
                       Wayne P. Sheehy on drums, Jerry Portnoy on harmonica, Johnny ‘Guitar’
                       Watson on vocoder
                   - A Man Amongst Men (Ellas McDaniel) -RW on guitar, Johnnie Johnson on
                       piano, Billy Boy Arnold on harmonica
                   - Oops! Bo Diddley (Ellas McDaniel) -RW on guitar, Richie Sambora on guitar,
                       The Shirelles on backing vocals
                   Basic line-up: Bo Diddley (voc, gtr)/Debby Hastings (bass)/Tom Major (dr)/Dave
                                            Keyes (org)/Nunzio Signore (gtr)/Mike Vernon (perc)

960502A  2nd May: UK TV (BBC) ‘Airport’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ (on Heathrow Airport, London)

960506A  ca. 6th May: Sao Paulo, Brazil.
                   Press conference by RW (about his art exhibition)

960508A  8th May: Sao Paulo, Brazil, house of Luis Osvaldo Pastore.
                    RW (gtr), Bobby Keys (sax), Jorge Mautner (violin) and others jam together.

960510A  ca. 10th May: Buenos Aires, Argentina, Gallery Praxis.
                    Press conference by RW (about his art exhibition)

960500A  mid-May: Argentinian TV (TeLeFe) 'Hola Susana', incl.
                   - interview with RW by Susana Gimenez

960500B  mid-May: Argentinian TV (Canal 13) 'Badia', incl.
                   - interview with RW & Juanse by Juan Alberto Badia and … (in Buenos Aires)

960518A  18th May: Brazilian TV (Rede Cultura) 'Metropolis', incl.
                   - interview with RW (in Sao Paolo 6.5.1996)

960500C  May: Argentinian TV (TeLeFe) 'Videomatch', incl.
                   - interview with RW by Figuretti (in hotel lobby Buenos aires, ca. May 9)

960500D  May: Argentinian TV (TeLeFe) 'Videomatch', incl.
                   - interview with RW by Figuretti (at press conference Buenos aires, ca. May 10)

960600A  June: JIMMY RIP.
                   CD ‘Way Past Blue’ (House Of Blues Music Company HOBmc 7001087004-2).
                   Producers: Jimmy Rip and Rob Jacobs. MJ’s overdubs were recorded in Basel,
                   Switzerland, most probably in late July 1995 with the Rolling Stones Mobile 2.
                   Sound engineer: Pierre De Beauport. Incl.
                   - Mojo (Jimmy Rip)
                   - Insanity Please (Jimmy Rip)
                   Line-up Mojo: MJ (harm)/Jimmy Rip (gtr, voc, perc)/Larry David (bvoc, perc)/
                                  Erika Anderson, Dylan Hundley, Sherrie Rose and Rob Jacobs (bvoc)/
                                  Denny Croy, Max Bangwell and Dave Lee Bartel (perc)
                  Line-up Insanity: MJ (bvoc)/Jimmy Rip (gtr, voc)/Dave Lee Bartel (gtr)/Denny
                                  Croy (bass)/Larry David (harm)/Max Bangwell (dr)

960600B  June: ROCK THERAPY.
                  CD-single (EMI 7243 8 83089 2 2). Producer: Andy Hill. Sound engineers: Nick
                  Griffiths & Brian Tench. Recorded at Comforts Place Studio, Surrey, England in
                  April/May in aid of the Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy Centre.
                  - Reaching Out (Andy Hill/Don Black)
                  - Reaching Out (Andy Hill/Don Black) -instrumental
                  Musicians: CW (dr)/Jeff Beck (gtr)/Brian May (gtr)/Andy Fairweather-Low (gtr)/
                                      Paul Rodgers (voc)/Lulu (voc)/Pure Strings (strings)/Sam Brown (keyb)/
                                      Shara Nelson (voc)

960600C  probably Spring: CHARLIE WATTS QUINTET. London, shooting of
                   promofilms. Director: Lisa Harney.
                    - In The Still Of The Night (Cole Porter)
                    - I’ve Got A Crush On You (George and Ira Gershwin)

960605A  5th June: UK TV (GMTV), unknown newscast, incl.
                    - interview with CW (in London, at Ray's Jazz Shop)
                    - interview with Ray Smith (in London, owner of Ray's Jazz Shop)

960610A  10th June: CHARLIE WATTS QUINTET.
                   CD ‘Long Ago & Far Away’ (Pointblank Records VPBCD 36). Producer: ?.
                   Sound engineer: Andy Bradfield. Recorded at Olympic Sound Studios, London
                   from mid-January 1996 onwards.
                   - I’ve Got A Crush On You (George and Ira Gershwin)
                   - Long Ago (Ira Gershwin/Jerome Kern)
                   - More Than You Know (William Rose/Edward Eilscu/Vincent Youmans)
                   - I Should Care (Sammy Cahn/Axel Stordahl/Paul Weston)
                   - Good Morning Heartache (Irene Higginbotham/Ervin Drake/Dan Fisher)
                   - Someday (Louis Armstrong)
                   - I Get Along Without You Very Well (Hoagy Carmichael)
                   - What’s New? (Johnny Burke/Bob Haggart)
                   - Stairway To The Stars (Mitchell Parrish/Matt Malneck/Frank Signorelli)
                   - In The Still Of The Night (Cole Porter)
                   - All Or Nothing At All (Jack Lawrence/Arthur Altman)
                   - I’m In The Mood For Love (Jimmy McHugh/Dorothy Fields)
                   - In A Sentimental Mood (Duke Ellington/Mann Kurtz/Irving Mills)
                   - Never Let Me Go (Jay Livingstone/Ray Evans)
                   Line-up: CW (dr)/Peter King (sax)/Brian Lemon (p)/Gerard Presencer (tp, flugel
                                  horn)/David Green (double bass)/Bernard Fowler (voc)/Louis Jardin
                                  (perc)/The London Metropolitan Orchestra (strings, wind)

960611A  11th June: French TV (Canal +) ‘Nulle Part Ailleurs’, incl..
                    - interview with CW

960600A  ca. mid-June: West Wittering, England, Redlands
                    - interview with KR by a female interviewer (ca. 120 min.)

960622A  22nd June: UK radio (BBC2) ‘Steve Wright's Saturday Show', incl.
                    - interview with BW by Steve Wright and … (female co-host)
 
960624A  24th June: German TV (VH-1) ‘VH-1 News’, incl.
                    - interview with CW by Alan Bangs

960626A  26th June: CHARLIE WATTS QUINTET.
                   CD ‘Long Ago & Far Away’ (Pointblank Records VJCP 25240, -Japan).
                   Japanese release with two bonus tracks:
                   - Nearness Of You (Hoagy Carmichael/Ned Washington)
                   - Please Don’t Ever Leave Me (Peter King/Chan Parker)
                   Note: For all other info see 960610A.

960629A  29th June: BOB DYLAN. London, Hyde Park, ‘Prince Of Wales Trust Concert’
                   - Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat (Bob Dylan)
                   - All Along The Watchtower (Bob Dylan)
                   - Positively 4th Street (Bob Dylan)
                   - Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues (Bob Dylan)
                   - Silvio (Bob Dylan)
                   - Seven Days (Bob Dylan)
                   - Highway 61 Revisited (Bob Dylan)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr)/Bob Dylan (voc, gtr, harm)/Al Kooper (keyb)/Bucky Baxter    
                                  (gtr, pedal steel, bvoc)/John Jackson (gtr, bvoc)/Tony Garnier (bass)/
                                  Winston Watson (dr)

                   Note: The whole show was telerecorded and aired in various countries.

960600A  probably June or July: Italian TV (Odeon) ‘Cowboy Mambo’, incl.
                   - interview with CW

4th - 15th July: CHARLIE WATTS QUINTET. North America Tour.
                   Line-up: CW (dr)/ Peter King (sax)/Brian Lemon (p)/Gerard Presencer (tp,
                                  flugelhorn)/David Green (double bass)/Bernard Fowler (voc)

960704A  4th July: CHARLIE WATTS QUINTET. Montreal, Canada, Place des Arts, ‘Jazz
                    Festival’

960705A  5th July onwards (about a week): Glasgow, Scotland. Shootings for the movie
                    Bent. Director: Sean Mathias. Starring: MJ, Lothaire Bluteau, Clive Owen,
                    Brian Webber, Ian McKellen and Jude Law. Incl.
                    - The Streets Of Berlin (Philip Glass/Martin Sherman) -performed by MJ
                    Note: For more info, see 960300A.

960706A  6th July: CHARLIE WATTS QUINTET. Toronto, Canada, Massey Hall

960710A  10th July: CHARLIE WATTS QUINTET. US TV (CBS) ‘Late Night With David
                    Letterman’, New York City, Ed Sullivan Theater.
                    - What’s New? (Johnny Burke/Bob Haggart)

960711A  11th July: CHARLIE WATTS QUINTET. New York City, The Supper Club
960713A  13th July: CHARLIE WATTS QUINTET. San Francisco, California, Fillmore Auditorium
960715A  15th July: CHARLIE WATTS QUINTET. Los Angeles, California, Henry Fonda Theater

960723A  23rd July: CHARLIE WATTS QUINTET. London, Shepherds Bush Empire

960724A  24th July: DRED ROOTSTER FEAT. BABI FLOYD.
                   CD ‘One Blood’ (Transbeat TBCP-1001, -Japan). Producers: Babi Floyd, Charlie
                   Drayton & Rob Crocker (Three Three Productions). Sound engineer: Cal Farney.
                   KR’s overdubs were recorded at his home studio in Ocho Rios, Jamaica. Incl.
                   - Done By You (Babi Floyd)
                   - Rainy Days And Mondays (Paul Williams/Roger Nichols) -Mark Ledford on
                        trumpet and backing vocals
                   - Natural Mystic (Bob Marley)
                   + "One Blood" Dub (Babi Floyd) –with some talking of KR at the start of the track
                   Line-up: KR (gtr)/Babi Floyd (voc)/Ronnie Drayton (gtr)/Will Lee (bass)/Steve
                                  Jordan (perc)/Charlie Drayton (dr, perc)/Phillip Woo (keyb, harm)

960800A  August: Barbados, West Indies, Blue Wave Studios. MJ and KR record demos
                   and swap ideas for the upcoming Bridges To Babylon-album. Unconfirmed.

960809A  9th August: USA. Premiere of the movie 'Basquiat'. Director: Julian Schnabel.
                   Incl. a previously unreleased track by Keith Richards, recorded at Long View
                   Farm, North Brookfield, Massachusetts, between 25th - 28th May, 1981.
                   - The Nearness Of You (Hoagy Carmichael/Ned Washington) by Keith Richards

960900A  September: RONNIE WOOD & BOB DYLAN. St. Kildare, Ireland,
                   Sandymount Studios (RW’s home studio). Producer: RW. Jamming and
                   recording of demos for Bob Dylan’s upcoming album Time Out Of My
                   Mind, some of them later used for RW’s upcoming albums, incl.
                   - Interfere I (RW) -instrumental, Wood On Canvas-version
                   - Interfere II (RW) -Scotty Moore on guitar, D.J. Fontana on drums, Ian
                        Jennings on upright bass; instrumental, Not For Beginners-version
                   - King Of Kings (Bob Dylan) -Not For Beginners-version
                   + about 11 more tracks (all unverified)
                   Musicians: RW (gtr)/Bob Dylan (gtr, voc)/Ian McLagan (keyb)/Willie Weeks (bass)
 
960900B  Summer: RONNIE WOOD. St. Kildare, Ireland, Sandymount Studios
                   (RW’s home studio). Producer: RW. Incl.
                    - I Don’t Know What You’ve Got (Don Covay) -Bernard Fowler on vocals
                    - I'm A Little Mixed Up (Betty James/Edward Johnson) -Bernard Fowler sharing
                         vocals
                    - R U Behaving Yourself? I (RW) -unverified early version without overdubs
                    - You Really Got A Hold On Me (William ‘Smokey’ Robinson) -RW on vocals
                    Musicians: RW (gtr, voc)/Ian McLagan (keyb)/Willie Weeks (bass)/Andy
                                        Newmark (dr)

960900C  Summer: UK TV (BBC2) ‘Dancing In The Street - A Rock And Roll History’, incl.
                    - interview with BW (at Sticky Fingers Restaurant, London)
                    Note: Released on video (BBCV6525) on May 5, 1998.

960905A  5th September: Dutch TV (RTL5) ‘Hart Van De Stad’, incl.
                    - interview with BW by Patty Brard (London, Sticky Fingers Restaurant)
 
960909A  9th September: German TV (VH-1) ‘1 zu 1’.
                    - interview with CW by Alan Bangs (Hamburg, Germany, June 1996)

960916A  16th September: UK radio (GLR) ‘Mark Lamarr’, incl.
                    - interview with RW, Art Wood & Ted Wood by Mark Lamarr
                    - Shame Shame Shame (Jimmy Reed) -live in the studio
                    - Hoochie Coochie Man (Willie Dixon) -live in the studio
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Art Wood (voc)/Ted Wood (harm)

960900D  September: UK TV (Super Channel) ‘The Selina Scott Show’, incl.
                   - interview with BW by Selina Scott (London, 14.3.96)

960900E  late September and/or early October: Silver Lake, California, Hilltop Studio (home
                   studio of The Dust Brothers). MJ works on songs with the Dust Brothers.

961014A  14th October: THE ROLLING STONES/(VARIOUS ARTISTS).
                   CD ‘The Rolling Stones Rock And Roll Circus’ (abkco Records 1268-2).
                   Producers: Jimmy Miller, Jody Klein & Lenne Allik. Sound engineer: Glyn Johns.
                   Recorded at Intertel Studios, Wembley, Middlesex, December 11-12, 1968. Incl.
                   - Mick Jagger’s introduction of Rock And Roll Circus
                   - Mick Jagger’s introduction of Jethro Tull
                   - Keith Richards’ introduction of The Who
                   - Charlie Watts’ introduction of Marianne Faithfull
                   - Mick Jagger’s and John Lennon’s introduction of The Dirty Mac
                   - Yer Blues (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) by The Dirty Mac
                   - Whole Lotta Yoko (Yoko Ono) by Yoko Ono, Ivry Gitlis and The Dirty Mac
                   - Jumping Jack Flash (MJ/KR)
                   - Parachute Woman (MJ/KR)
                   - No Expectations (MJ/KR)
                   - You Can’t Always Get What You Want (MJ/KR)
                   - Sympathy For The Devil (MJ/KR)
                   - Salt Of The Earth (MJ/KR)

961014B  14th October: THE ROLLING STONES/(VARIOUS ARTISTS).
                    Video ‘The Rolling Stones Rock And Roll Circus’ (abkco 634 590-3).
                    Director: Michael Lindsay-Hogg. Filmed at Intertel Studios, Wembley,
                    Middlesex, December 11-12, 1968. Incl.
                     - Mick Jagger’s introduction of Rock And Roll Circus
                    - Mick Jagger’s introduction of Jethro Tull
                    - Keith Richards’ introduction of The Who
                    - Charlie Watts’ introduction of Marianne Faithfull
                    - Mick Jagger’s and John Lennon’s introduction of The Dirty Mac
                    - Yer Blues (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) by The Dirty Mac
                    - Whole Lotta Yoko (Yoko Ono) by Yoko Ono, Ivry Gitlis and The Dirty Mac
                    - Jumping Jack Flash (MJ/KR)
                    - Parachute Woman (MJ/KR)
                    - No Expectations (MJ/KR)
                    - You Can’t Always Get What You Want (MJ/KR)
                    - Sympathy For The Devil (MJ/KR)
                    - Salt Of The Earth (MJ/KR)

961100A  November: THE END.
                   LP ‘In The Beginning’ (Tenth Planet TP025). Producers: BW/BW & Glyn Johns.
                   Sound engineer: Glyn Johns. Incl. never before released tracks recorded
                   between August 1965 - November 1967:
                   A: - I Can’t Get Any Joy (Dave Brown/Colin Giffin)
                        - Hey Little Girl (Dave Brown/Colin Giffin)
                        - Lost Without You (Dave Brown/Colin Giffin/Williams)
                        - Baby Stay Like You Are (Dave Brown/Colin Giffin)
                        - It Won’t Be Long (Dave Brown/Colin Giffin)
                        - She Believed Me (Dave Brown/Colin Giffin/Williams)
                        - I Got Wise (Dave Brown/Colin Giffin)
                        - You’re So Right (Dave Brown/Colin Giffin)
                   B: - You Better Believe It Baby (Joe Tex)
                        - You Must Do Something (Don Covay/Ronnie Miller) -under title Please Do
                             Something
                       - Why (Dave Brown/Colin Giffin)
                       - Yo-Yo (Dave Brown/Colin Giffin)
                       - Searching For My Baby (Dave Brown/Colin Giffin)
                       - Daddy Loves Baby (Don Covay)
                       - I Can’t Believe It (Colin Giffin/Dave Brown/Williams)
                       - We’ve Got It Made I (Dave Brown/Colin Giffin/Nicky Graham)
                       - Shades Of Orange (BW/Peter Gosling) -CW on tabla; alternate take
                       Musicians: Colin Giffin (gtr, voc)/Dave Brown (bass, voc)/Nicky Graham
                                           (org, voc)/Roger Groom (dr)/Chris Winters (dr)/Hugh Attwooll (dr)/
                                           John Horton (sax)/Gordon Smith (sax)

961101A  1st November: French TV (Canal +) ’30 Ans De Rock & Folk’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ (in Los Angeles)

961104A  4th November: US radio ( ) ‘BBC Classic Tracks’, incl.
                    - Tumbling Dice (MJ/KR) -live in Washington 1.8.94
                    - You Got Me Rocking (MJ/KR) -live in Washington 1.8.94
                    + classic BBC-tracks from the 60’s

961100A  late November - 17th December: New York City, Dangerous Music Studios
                   and Weston, Connecticut, KR’s home studio. The Stones start working on the
                   upcoming album Bridges To Babylon.

961200A  December: MOON’S TRAIN.
                   CD ‘Moon’s Train’ (Inakustik INAK 11004 CD, Germany). Producer: BW.
                   Sound engineers: Glyn Johns, Alan Florence. Never released tracks recorded
                   between September 1965 - Summer 1967. Incl.
                   - The Life I Lead (BW/Peter Gosling)
                   - Say What I Mean (Tony Chapman/Peter Gosling)
                   - Telephone Talker (BW/Peter Gosling)
                   - Bakerman (BW/Peter Gosling)
                   - I Get Excited (BW/Peter Gosling)
                   - Home And Dry (BW/Peter Gosling)
                   - Marriage Is For Old Folks (Leon Carr/Mort Shuman)
                   - Nervous (BW/Peter Gosling)
                   - I’m Not The Marrying Kind (BW/Peter Gosling)
                   - You Got Me (BW/Cade/Peter Gosling)
                   - My Town (BW/Peter Gosling)
                   - What’s That You Got (BW/Peter Gosling)
                   - Wait For Me (BW/Peter Gosling)
                   - My Love For You (BW/Peter Gosling)
                   - Gotta Catch Me A Woman (Tony Chapman/Peter Gosling)
                   - It’s In My Mind (Tony Chapman/Peter Gosling)
                   - Moanin’ (Bobby Timmons)
                    Musicians: Peter ‘Moon’ Gosling (voc, org)/Peter Frampton or Ian Dibben (gtr)/
                                       Pete Attwood (bass)/Malcolm Penn (dr)/Ken Leamon (sax)/Alex
                                       Brown (tp)/P.P. Arnold (bvoc)

961224A  24th December: Swedish radio (P3) 'Rolling Stones'. Hosts: Hakan Persson and
                   Stefan Wermelin. Rolling Stones-special, incl.
                   - interview with MJ (archival)
                   - interview with CW by Klaes Burling (Stockholm 01.04.1965)
                   - interview with BJ by Klaes Burling (Stockholm 01.04.1965)
                   - interview with BW (archival)