2000

000200A  February: MICK JAGGER. Paris, France, Twin Studios. MJ & Matt Clifford
                   record demos for the upcoming album Godess In The Doorway, incl.
                   - Dancing In The Starlight (MJ/Matt Clifford) -unverified
                   - Gun (MJ/Matt Clifford) -unverified
                   - Shout Like A Man (MJ) -unverified early version of Everybody Getting High
                   Note: Other sources list this session in May (8.-12.5.). 

000200B  mid-February: U2. Dublin, Ireland, (probably) Windmill Lane Recording.
                   Producers: U2 with Daniel Lanois and Brian Eno.
                   - Stuck In A Moment You Can't Get Out Of (U2) -unverified early version
                   Line-up: MJ (bvoc)/Bono (voc)/The Edge (gtr)/Adam Clayton (bass)/Larry
                                  Mullen Jr. (dr)/Elizabeth Jagger (bvoc)

000303A  3rd March: UK TV (ITV) ‘The Brit Awards’, London, Earls Court.
                   RW & Thora Birch handing out the Best Soundtrack-Award.
                   Note: Telecast on the 4th March.

000328A  28th March: LES PAUL. New York City, Iridium Jazz Club. Incl.
                    - improvised blues "Blues In E" (KR)
                    Line-up: KR (gtr, voc)/Les Paul (gtr)/Lou Pallo (gtr)/Nicki Parrot (upright bass)
                    Note: The song in question was filmed and released in 2007 (see 070814A).

000330A  30th March: UK TV (ITV) ‘ITV News’.
                   MJ opens the Mick Jagger Centre at his old school in Dartford.

000330B  30th March: UK TV (BBC) ‘BBC News’.
                   MJ opens the Mick Jagger Centre at his old school in Dartford.

000331A  31st March: THE RHYTHM KINGS. UK TV (BBC1) ‘Watchdog’. Incl.
                    - Groovin’ (Edward Brigati/Felix Cavaliere)

                    Line-up: BW (bass)/Beverley Skeete (voc)/& others

000403A  3rd April: RONNIE WOOD.
                   CD (+ bonus-CD) ‘Live And Eclectic’ (Burning Airlines PILOT 70).

                   Official but probably unauthorized live album from RW’s 1992 US tour.

                   - Show Me (Jerry Williams) -Electric Lady Studios, New York City 2.11.92
                   - Flying (RW/Rod Stewart/Ronnie Lane) -Electric Lady Studios, N.Y.C. 2.11.92
                   - Testify (G. Clinton/D. Taylor) -Electric Lady Studios, New York City 2.11.92
                   - Pretty Beat Up (MJ/KR/RW) -Electric Lady Studios, New York City 2.11.92
                   - Always Wanted More (RW/B. Fowler) -Electric Lady Studios, N.Y.C. 2.11.92
                   - Breathe On Me (RW) -Electric Lady Studios, New York City 2.11.92
                   - Silicone Grown (RW/Rod Stewart) -Electric Lady Studios, N.Y.C. 2.11.92
                   - Black Limousine (MJ/KR/RW) -Electric Lady Studios, New York City 2.11.92
                   - Little Red Rooster (Willie Dixon) -Electric Lady Studios, New York City 2.11.92
                   - Stay With Me (RW/Rod Stewart) -Electric Lady Studios, New York City 2.11.92
                   - Josephine (RW/Bernard Fowler) -San Diego, California 16.11.92
                   - I'm Losing You (Whitfield/Holland/Grant) -San Diego, California 16.11.92
                   - It's Only Rock'n Roll (MJ/KR) -San Diego, California 16.11.92
                   Bonus-CD:
                   - Flying (RW/Rod Stewart/Ronnie Lane) -San Diego, California 16.11.92
                   - Silicone Grown (RW/Rod Stewart) -San Diego, California 16.11.92
                   - Stay With Me (RW/Rod Stewart) -San Diego, California 16.11.92
                   - Somebody Else Might (RW/Bernard Fowler) -The Ritz, N.Y.C. 31.10.92
                   - I Can Feel The Fire (RW) -The Ritz, New York City 31.10.92
                   Note: The recordings from The Ritz are audience recordings! All songs on

                              this CD-set were already available on a variety of bootlegs. It is very

                              doubtful that RW authorized this release.

000405A  5th April: THE RHYTHM KINGS. European TV (VH-1), London, Nomis
                   Rehearsal Studios. Filming of three songs (played live):
                   - Groovin’ (Edward Brigati/Felix Cavaliere)
                   - Tell You A Secret (BW/Terry Taylor)
                   - Walking One & Only (Dan Hicks)
                   + interview with BW

000408A  8th April: THE RHYTHM KINGS. German TV (RTL) ‘Millionär gesucht! - Die
                    SKL-Show’, Munich, Germany. Incl.

                     - interview with BW by Günther Jauch
                     - Groovin’ (Edward Brigati/Felix Cavaliere) -playback

                     Line-up: BW (bass)/Beverley Skeete (voc)/Albert Lee (gtr)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/

                                    Graham Broad (dr)/Janice Hoyt (bvoc)/Frank Mead (flute)

000409A  9th April: THE RHYTHM KINGS.
                   CD ‘Bootleg Kings - Live In Europe’ (Ripple Records RIPCD 001). Producers:

                   BW and Terry Taylor (as “The Dirt Boys”). Recorded live in Europe in 1998.

                   Live-album, only sold through merchandising.

                   - Let The Good Times Roll (Sam Theard/Fleccie Moore) -Copenhagen 21.10.98

                   - Stagger Lee (Trad. arr.: BW/Gary Brooker) -Copenhagen 21.10.98

                   - Mystery Train (Herman Parker/Sam Phillips) -Paris 12.10.98

                   - Rockin' Pneumonia And The Boogie Woogie Flu (Huey Smith/John Vincent)
                        -Cologne
15.10.98
                   - Hit The Road Jack/Fever (Percy Mayfield)(John Davenport/Eddie Cooley)

                        -Copenhagen 21.10.98

                   - Georgia On My Mind (Hoagy Carmichael) -Oslo 24.10.98

                   - Land Of 1000 Dances/Tequila (Chris Kenner/Fats Domino)(Chuck Rio) -Copenhagen

                        21.10.98

                   - Good Golly Miss Molly (Robert Blackwell/John Marascalco) -Copenhagen 20.10.98

                   - Tear It Up (Johnny and Dorsey Burnette/Paul Burlison) -Copenhagen 21.10.98

                   Line-up: BW (bass)/Gary Brooker (keyb, voc)/Georgie Fame (keyb, voc)/

                                  Martin Taylor (gtr)/Albert Lee (gtr, voc)/Graham Broad (dr)/

                                  Beverley Skeete (voc)/Frank Mead (asax)/Nick Payn (tsax)/Keeley

                                  Coburn and Melanie Redmond (bvoc)

                    Note: Tour souvenir album, no bootleg. BW does not play on Georgia On My Mind.

9th - 30th April: THE RHYTHM KINGS. European Tour.
                  Line-up: BW (bass)/Gary Brooker (keyb, voc)/Georgie Fame (keyb, voc)/Terry

                                 Taylor (gtr, bvoc)/Martin Taylor (gtr)/Albert Lee (gtr, voc)/Graham

                                 Broad (dr)/Beverley Skeete (voc)/Frank Mead (asax, flute, harm)/

                                 Nick Payn (tsax, flute, harm)/Janice Hoyte (voc)

000409B  9th April: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Roth, Germany, Mehrzweckhalle

000410A  10th April: THE RHYTHM KINGS.
                   Single-CD “Groovin’ “ (Roadrunner Records RR 2104-3). Producers: BW and
                   Terry Taylor.
                    - Groovin’ (Edward Brigati/Felix Cavaliere)
                    - Can’t Get My Rest At Night (J. David Ray) -MT on guitar
                    - Gambler’s Lament (BW/Terry Taylor) -non-album-track
                    Line-ups ‘Groovin’ & ‘Can’t Get My Rest At Night’: see 000515A.
                    Line-up ‘Gambler’s Lament’: BW (bass)/Terry Taylor (voc, gtr)/Graham Broad
                                  (dr)/Chris Rea (gtr)/Dave Hartley (p)/Beverley Skeete & Janice Hoyt (bvoc)

000410B  10th April: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Munich, Germany, Colosseum

000411A  11th April: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Hamburg, Germany, Fabrik
                   (Let The Good Times Roll/Walking One And Only/Jitterbug Boogie/Groovin’/

                    Melody/Jump, Jive & Wail/Rhythm King/Lead Me To The Water/I Put A Spell

                    On You/Anyway The Wind Blows/Mood Swing/Baby Workout/Mystery Train/

                    I’ll Be Satisfied/Tear It Up/Band introduction/Hello Little Boy/Little Queenie)

000412A  12th April: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Krefeld, Germany, Bibericher Saal
                   (Let The Good Times Roll/Walking One And Only/Jitterbug Boogie/Groovin’/
                    Melody/Jump, Jive & Wail/Rhythm King/Lead Me To The Water/I Put A Spell
                    On You/Anyway The Wind Blows/Mood Swing/Baby Workout/Mystery Train/
                    I’ll Be Satisfied/Tear It Up/Hello Little Boy/Band introduction/Little Queenie)

000412B  12th April: German radio (SWR1) ‘Leute’. Host: Wolfgang Heim.
                    - interview with BW

000413A  13th April: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Offenbach, Germany, Capitol

000414A  14th April: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Leonberg, Germany, Stadthalle

000414B  14th April: UK radio (BBC2) ‘Steve Wright In The Afternoon’, London.
                    - interview with BW by Steve Wright (London 4.4.2000)

000416A  16th April: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Amsterdam, Holland, Paradiso

000417A  17th April: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Dutch radio ( ), Hilversum, Holland.
                   Broadcast of two songs live:
                   - Groovin’ (Edward Brigati/Felix Cavaliere)
                   - Melody (MJ/KR)
                   Taping of three songs for a future broadcast in late April:
                   - Jitterbug Boogie (BW/Terry Taylor)
                   - I Put A Spell On You (Jalacy Hawkins)
                   - Jump, Jive & Wail (Louis Prima)

000418A  18th April - late July: Bletchley Park, England; Netherlands; Scotland and Milton
                   Keynes, Elstree Studios. Shootings for the movie Enigma. Producers: MJ for
                   Jagged Films and Lorne Michaels for Broadway Video. Director: Michael Apted.
                   Starring: Dougray Scott, Kate Winslet. Also with MJ and Elizabeth Jagger as extras.

000418B  between 18th April - late July: Bletchley Park, England.
                   - interview with MJ (probably outside Bletchley Park; dressed in a uniform)
 
000419A  19th April: THE RHYTHM KINGS. UK TV (ITV) ‘GM TV’, London, incl.
                    - interview with BW by Fiona Phillips
                    - Groovin’ (Edward Brigati/Felix Cavaliere)

000419B  19th April: UK radio (Jazz FM), London, incl.
                    - interview with BW by Mike Read

000420A  20th April: UK radio (BBC2) ‘Arts Programme’, incl.
                    - interview with BW by Sheridan Morley (London 18.4.2000)

000421A  21st April: UK TV (SKY) ‘Sky Satellite News’, incl.
                    - interview with BW by Georgie Arnold (London 18.4.2000)

000421B  21st April : THE RHYTHM KINGS. UK TV (LWT) ‘The Brian Conley Show’,
                   Teddington. Incl.

                   - interview with BW by Brian Conley

                   - Hole In The Wall (BW/Terry Taylor) -playback with live vocals

                   Line-up: BW (bass)/Terry Taylor and Martin Taylor (gtr)/Gary Brooker (keyb,

                                  voc)/Brian Conley (voc)/Frank Mead (sax)/Beverley Skeete & Janice

                                  Hoyte (bvoc)/Graham Broad (dr)

                   Note: Telecast on the 22nd April.

000422B  22nd April: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Dutch TV (RTL4) ‘Barend En Van Dorp',
                   Amsterdam (?), Holland, incl.
                   - interview with BW
                   - Let The Good Times Roll (Sam Theard/Fleccie Moore)

                   - Groovin’ (Edward Brigati/Felix Cavaliere)

                   Line-up: BW (bass)/Gary Brooker (keyb, voc)/Georgie Fame (keyb, voc)/

                                  Terry Taylor (gtr)/Martin Taylor (gtr)/Albert Lee (gtr, bvoc)/Graham

                                  Broad (dr)/Beverley Skeete (voc)/Frank Mead (asax, flute)/

                                  Nick Payn (tsax, flute)/Janice Hoyt (bvoc)

000423A  23rd April: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Rotterdam, Holland, Nighttown
000424A  24th April: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Groningen, Holland, Oosterport

000425A  25th April: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Bonn, Germany, Brückenforum, incl.
                   (Let The Good Times Roll/Walking One And Only/Jitterbug Boogie/Groovin’/
                     Melody/Jump, Jive & Wail/Lead Me To The Water/I Put A Spell On You/
                     I’m Ready/Baby Workout/Mystery Train)
                     Note: The whole show was recorded by German WDR radio and partly
                                broadcast on the 4th June. Without Martin Taylor.

000426A  26th April: THE RHYTHM KINGS. German TV (SWR) ‘Ohne Filter’, SWR
                   Studios, Baden Baden. Telerecording. Incl.

                   (Let The Good Times Roll/Walking One And Only/Jitterbug Boogie/Melody/
                     Jump, Jive & Wail/Lead Me To The Water/I Put A Spell On You/Anyway The
                     Wind Blows/Baby Workout/Mystery Train/Hello Little Boy/Groovin’/Tear It Up)
                   Note: Telecast on the 25th August (lacking 'Lead Me To The Water').
                              Released on official DVD in October 2001. Less Martin Taylor.

000427A  27th April: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Kaiserslautern, Germany, Kulturzentrum
                   Kammgarn (less Martin Taylor)

000428A  28th April: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Leipzig, Germany, Haus am Auensee (less
                   Martin Taylor)

                   (Let The Good Times Roll/Walking One And Only/Jitterbug Boogie/Groovin’/

                    Melody/Jump, Jive & Wail/Motorvatin’ Mama/Lead Me To The Water/I Put

                    A Spell On You/Anyway The Wind Blows/I’m Ready/Hit The Road Jack/

                    Baby Workout/Mystery Train/I’ll Be Satisfied/Hello Little Boy/Band

                    introduction/Tear It Up/Land Of 1000 Dances)

000430A  30th April: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Edinburgh, Scotland, Corn Exchange, ‘Blues
                   2000 Festival’

000400A  April: HUBERT SUMLIN. Dover, New Jersey, Showplace Studios and/or
                   Connecticut at Studio L (probably Keith Richards homestudio). Producer:
                   Rob Fraboni. Sound engineer: Ben Elliott. Recording of a Muddy Waters-
                   tribute, released in January 2005 on the CD ‘About Them Shoes’ (see 050125A).
                   - Still A Fool (McKinley Morganfield) -KR on guitar and lead vocals
                   - I Love The Life I Live (Willie Dixon) -KR on guitar and backing vocals
                   - This Is The End, Little Girl (Hubert Sumlin) -KR on guitar
                   Musicians: KR (gtr, voc)/Hubert Sumlin (gtr, voc)/George Receli (dr, voc)/
                                      Blondie Chaplin (bass, perc, bvoc)/Mudcat Ward (bass)/David
                                      Maxwell (p)/Paul Oscher (harm)/Paul Nowinski (bass)

000500A  May: MICK JAGGER. Richmond, Surrey, Norfolk Lodge (MJ’s homestudio)
                   Songwriting sessions for the upcoming album Goddess In The Doorway, incl.
                   - Brand New Set Of Rules (MJ) -unverified early demo
                   - If Things Could Be Different (MJ) -unverified early demo
                   - Lucky Day (MJ) -unverified early demo

000502A  2nd May: THE RHYTHM KINGS. UK TV (BBC2) ‘Later…With Jools Holland’,
                   London. Host: Jools Holland. Incl.
                   - interview with BW by Jools Holland
                   - Hit The Road Jack (Percy Mayfield) -intro only; with Youssou N’Dour, Primal
                       Scream and Coldplay
                   - Hole In The Wall (BW/Terry Taylor)
                   - Melody (MJ/KR)
                   Line-up: BW (bass)/Terry Taylor and Martin Taylor (gtr)/Gary Brooker (keyb,
                                  voc)/Georgie Fame (keyb,voc)/Nick Payn and Frank Mead (sax)/
                                  Beverley Skeete (voc)/Janice Hoyte (bvoc)/Graham Broad (dr)
                   Note: Telecast on the 6th May.

000503A  3rd May: London, Putney, The Halfmoon. Memorial concert for Joe Seabrook, incl.
                   - Susie Q (Dale Hawkins/Stanley J. Lewis) 
                   - Hoochie Coochie Man (Willie Dixon) -Art Wood on vocals
                   - Got My Mojo Working (Preston Foster) -Chris Jagger on vocals
                   + one more blues standard (all songs unverified)
                    Line-up: KR (gtr)/RW (bass)/Bruce Watson (gtr)/Mark Brzezicki (dr)/Spike
                                   Edney (keyb)/& more members of the The SAS Band

000506A  6th May: UK radio (BBC World) ‘Steve Wright’, incl.
                    - interview with BW by Steve Wright (London 4.4.2000)

000508A  8th May: UK radio (The Wave 105), incl.
                    - interview with BW by Mark Collins

000508B  8th May: UK radio (Forth AM), incl.
                    - interview with BW by Scott Wilson

000513A  13th May: UK radio (BBC2) ‘Jonathan Ross Show’, incl.
                    - interview with BW by Jonathan Ross

000514A  14th May: UK radio (Capitol Gold) ‘OK On Air’, incl.
                    - interview with BW by Mike Sweeney (London 20.4.2000)
                    Note: Repeated on the 18th May.

000515A  15th May: THE RHYTHM KINGS.
                   CD “Groovin’“ (Papillion Records BTFLYCD 0003). Producers: BW and
                   Terry Taylor. Sound engineer: Stuart Epps. Recorded at Snake Ranch Studios,
                   London in about three days in December 1999. Some songs (especially 'Can’t
                   Get My Rest At Night') were most probably recorded at earlier sessions in
                   1994 and 1995.
                   - Tell You A Secret (BW/Terry Taylor)
                   - Groovin’ (Edward Brigati/Felix Cavaliere)
                   - Rough Cut Diamond (BW/Terry Taylor)
                   - Mood Swing (Nial Toner/Wendy Buckner/Keith Sewell)
                   - Hole In The Wall (BW/Terry Taylor)
                   - Can’t Get My Rest At Night (J. David Ray)
                   - I Put A Spell On You (Jalacy Hawkins)
                   - Tomorrow Night (BW)
                   - I Want To Be Evil (Lester Judson/Raymond Taylor)
                   - Rhythm King (Georgie Fame)
                   - Daydream (John Sebastian)
                   - Oh Baby (Barbara Lynn Ozen)
                   - Streamline Woman (BW/Terry Taylor)
                   - Yesterdays (Jerome Kern/Otto Harbach)
                   Line-up ‘Tell You A Secret’: BW (bass)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/Graham Broad (dr)/
                                Andy Fairweather-Low (gtr)/Adrian Byron Burns (voc)/Ray Cooper        
                                (perc)/Nick Payn (harm, horns)/Frank Mead (horns)/Beverley Skeete,
                                Sara Skeete & Anita Kelsey (bvoc)
                   Line-up ‘Groovin’’: BW (bass)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/Graham Broad (dr)/
                                Beverley Skeete (voc)/Dave Hartley (p)/Georgie Fame (org)/Martin
                                Taylor (gtr)/Tommy Emmanuel (gtr)/Frank Mead & Nick Payn (flute,
                                horns)/Ray Cooper (perc)/Sara Skeete & Anita Kelsey (bvoc)
                   Line-up ‘Rough Cut Diamond’: BW (bass)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/Graham Broad
                                (dr)/Dave Hartley (p)/Georgie Fame (voc, org)/Tommy Emmanuel (gtr)/
                                Frank Mead & Nick Payn (horns)/Ray Cooper (perc)/Jerry Portnoy
                                (harm)/Beverley Skeete & Janice Hoyte (bvoc)
                   Line-up ‘Mood Swing’: BW (bass)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/Henry Spinetti (dr)/
                                Dave Hartley (p)/Albert Lee (voc, gtr)/Ray Cooper (perc)/Gerry Hogan
                                (pedal steel)/Chris Hall (accordion)/Beverley Skeete & Janice Hoyte (bvoc)
                   Line-up ‘Hole In The Wall’: BW (bass)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/Graham Broad (dr)/
                                Gary Brooker (voc)/Georgie Fame (p)/Tommy Emmanuel (gtr)/Frank
                                Mead & Nick Payn (horns)/Ray Cooper (perc)/Beverley Skeete, Sara
                                Skeete & Anita Kelsey (bvoc)
                   Line-up ‘Can’t Get My Rest At Night’: BW (bass)/MT (gtr)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/
                                Graham Broad (dr)/Georgie Fame (voc)/Melanie Redmond, Keeley
                                Coburn, Susie Webb & Zoe Nicholas (bvoc)
                   Line-up ‘I Put A Spell On You’: BW (bass)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/Graham Broad
                                (dr)/Georgie Fame (p)/Gary Brooker (org)/Tommy Emmanuel (gtr)/
                                Beverley Skeete (voc)/Martin Taylor (gtr)/Frank Mead (sax)/Nick Payn
                                (flute)/Ray Cooper (perc)/Janice Hoyte (bvoc)
                   Line-up ‘Tomorrow Night’: BW (bass)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/Graham Broad (dr)/
                                Georgie Fame (voc, org)/Anthony Kerr (vibes)/Martin Taylor (gtr)/
                                Frank Mead & Nick Payn (horns)/Ray Cooper (perc)/Dave Hartley
                                (p)/Beverley Skeete & Janice Hoyte (bvoc)
                   Line-up ‘I Want To Be Evil’: BW (bass)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/Graham Broad
                                (dr)/Beverley Skeete & Janice Hoyte (voc)/Tommy Emmanuel (gtr)/
                                Martin Taylor (gtr)/Frank Mead & Nick Payn (horns, flutes)/Eddie
                                Hession (accordion)/Dave Hartley (p)
                   Line-up ‘Rhythm King’: BW (bass)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/Graham Broad (dr)/
                                Georgie Fame (voc, org)/Gary Brooker (p)/Tommy Emmanuel (gtr)/
                                Martin Taylor (gtr)/Albert Lee (gtr)/Frank Mead & Nick Payn
                                (horns)/Ray Cooper (perc)/Beverley Skeete & Janice Hoyte (bvoc)
                   Line-up ‘Daydream’: BW (bass)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/Graham Broad (dr)/
                                Gary Brooker (voc)/Georgie Fame (org)/Tommy Emmanuel (gtr)/
                                Dave Hartley (p)/Frank Mead & Nick Payn (horns)/Ray Cooper
                                (perc)/Beverley Skeete & Janice Hoyte (bvoc)
                   Line-up ‘Oh Baby’: BW (bass)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/Graham Broad (dr)/
                                Georgie Fame (org)/Beverley Skeete (voc)/Dave Hartley (p)/Albert
                                Lee (gtr)/Frank Mead, Nick Payn & Nick Pentelow (horns)/Susie
                                Webb, Melanie Redmond, Keeley Coburn & Zoe Nicholas (bvoc)
                   Line-up ‘Streamline Woman’: BW (bass)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/Graham Broad (dr)/
                                Georgie Fame (voc, org)/Tommy Emmanuel (gtr)/Albert Lee (gtr)/
                                Frank Mead & Nick Payn (horns)/Ray Cooper (perc)/Beverley Skeete,
                                Sara Skeete & Anita Kelsey (bvoc)
                   Line-up ‘Yesterdays’: BW (bass)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/Graham Broad (dr)/
                                Beverley Skeete (voc)/Dave Hartley (p)/Martin Taylor (gtr)

000517A  17th May: THE RHYTHM KINGS. London, The Embassy Rooms
                    Line-up: BW (bass)/Terry Taylor and Martin Taylor (gtr)/Gary Brooker (keyb,
                                   voc)/Georgie Fame (keyb,voc)/Nick Payn and Frank Mead (sax)/
                                   Beverley Skeete (voc)/Janice Hoyte (bvoc)/Graham Broad (dr)

000519A  19th May: UK radio (Capitol Gold) ‘OK On Air’, incl.
                    - interview with BW & Terry Taylor by Mike Osman

000522A  22nd May: UK radio (GLR), incl.
                    - interview with BW

000522B  22nd May: UK radio (BBC Scotland), incl.
                    - interview with BW

000523A  23rd May: CHARLIE WATTS JIM KELTNER PROJECT.
                  CD ‘Charlie Watts Jim Keltner Project’ (CyberOctave cocd 48695, -USA).
                  Producers: CW & Philippe Chauveau. Recorded in Spring/Summer 1997 in Los
                  Angeles, California, Ocean Way Recording Studios and in Paris, France, Twin
                  Studios in November 1998.
                  - Shelly Manne (CW/Jim Keltner)
                  - Art Blakey (CW/Jim Keltner)

                  - Kenny Clarke (CW/Jim Keltner) -violins by Marek Czerwiawski

                  - Tony Williams (CW/Jim Keltner/MJ) -MJ on keyboards

                  - Roy Haynes (CW/Jim Keltner)

                  - Max Roach (CW/Jim Keltner) -Remy Vignolo on string bass

                  - Airto (CW/Jim Keltner/Emmanuel Sourdeix) -Kenny Aronoff and George C.

                       Recile on percussion, Remy Vignolo on string bass

                  - Billy Higgins (CW/Jim Keltner)

                  - The Elvin Suite (CW/Jim Keltner/Blondie Chaplin) -KR on guitar, Blondie Chaplin on

                        vocals, Kenny Aronoff and George C. Recile on percussion, Remy Vignolo on

                        string bass

                  Musicians: CW (dr)/Jim Keltner (perc, dr, sequenced sounds, guitar compost,

                                    svc vocals)/Philippe Chauveau (perc, programming, string arrangements,

                                    keyboards)/Emmanuel Sourdeix (piano, programming)

000525A  25th May: THE RHYTHM KINGS. UK radio (BBC2) ‘Paul Jones Show’, Hayes,
                   England, Beck Theatre. Host. Paul Jones. Live-broadcast.
                    - Let The Good Times Roll (Sam Theard/Fleccie Moore)
                    - Jump, Jive & Wail (Louis Prima)
                    - Melody (MJ/KR)
                    - Walking One & Only (Dan Hicks)
                    - I Put A Spell On You (Jalacy Hawkins)
                    - Band introduction
                    - Hole In The Wall (BW/Terry Taylor)
                    Line-up: see 3.6.2000.
                    Note: Another part of the gig was broadcast on the 8th June.

000526A  26th May: THE RHYTHM KINGS. German TV (FAB) ‘Kuno’s’, incl.
                   - Jitterbug Boogie (BW/Terry Taylor) -Hamburg 11.4.2000, part only
                   - interview with BW by Kuno Dreysse
                   - Jump, Jive & Wail (Louis Prima) -Hamburg 11.4.2000, part only
                   - Stuff (BW/Terry Taylor) -Hamburg 10.10.97, part only
                   - Melody (MJ/KR) -Hamburg 11.4.2000, part only
                   - Groovin’ (Edward Brigati/Felix Cavaliere) -Hamburg 11.4.2000, part only

000527A  27th May: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Billund, Denmark, ‘Jelling 2000 Music Festival’

000528A  28th May: UK TV (Carlton TV), incl.
                   - interview with BW

000601A  1st June: UK radio (BBC2) 'Hope I Die Before I Get Old'. Host: Mark Radcliffe.
                    BJ-special.

3rd June - 3rd July: THE RHYTHM KINGS. British Tour.
                  Line-up: BW (bass)/Gary Brooker (keyb, voc)/Georgie Fame (keyb, voc)/Terry
                                 Taylor (gtr, bvoc)/Martin Taylor (gtr)/Albert Lee (gtr, voc)/Henry
                                 Spinetti (dr)/Beverley Skeete (voc)/Frank Mead (asax, flute, harm)/
                                 Nick Payn (tsax, flute, harm)/Janice Hoyte (voc)
                   Note: Martin Taylor played only the shows from 18th June onwards!

000603A  3rd June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Eastbourne, England, Congress Theatre
000604A  4th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Bath, England, Theatre Royal (1st show)

000604B  4th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Bath, England, Theatre Royal (2nd show)

000604C  4th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. German radio (WDR2) ‘Roxy’.
                   Broadcast of parts from the Rhythm Kings-gig in Bonn 25.4.2000. Incl.

                    (Let The Good Times Roll/Walking One And Only/Jitterbug Boogie/Groovin’/

                      Melody/Jump, Jive & Wail/Lead Me To The Water/I Put A Spell On You/

                      I’m Ready/Baby Workout/Mystery Train)

000605A  5th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Croydon, England, Fairfield Hall
000606A  6th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Llandudno, Wales, North Wales Theatre

000607A  7th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS . Northampton, England, Derngate

000608A  8th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. UK radio (BBC2) ‘Paul Jones Show’. Host. Paul
                   Jones. Incl.

                   - Motorvatin’ Mama (BW) -Hayes 25.5.2000

                   - Anyway The Wind Blows (John J. Cale) -Hayes 25.5.2000

                   - Baby Workout (Alonzo Tucker/Jackie Wilson) -Hayes 25.5.2000

                   - Tear It Up (Johnny and Dorsey Burnette/Paul Burlison) -Hayes 25.5.2000

000609A  9th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Brentwood, England, Leisure Centre
000610A  10th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Malvern, England, Malvern Theatre

000612A  12th June: US TV (Syndicated) ‘Entertainment Tonight’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ

000613A  13th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Basingstoke, England, The Anvil, incl.
                   (Let The Good Times Roll/Walking One And Only/Jitterbug Boogie/Rhythm
                    King/Groovin’/Jump, Jive & Wail/Lead Me To The Water/Anyway The Wind
                    Blows/I Put A Spell On You/Hello Little Boy/Hit The Road Jack/I’m Ready/
                    Mystery Train/Tell You A Secret/Tear It Up/Band introduction/Baby Workout/
                    Hole In The Wall)

000614A  14th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Hemel Hempstead, England, Dacorum Pavilion

000614B  14th June: UK radio (BBC2) 'Seven Days That Rocked The World'. Host: Stuart
                    Maconie. Altamont-documentary, incl.
                    - interview with MJ
                    - interview with KR
                    - interview with BW 

000615A  15th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Ipswich, England, The Regent
000616A  16th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Lowestoft, England, Marine Theatre
000618A  18th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. London, England, The Roadhouse
000619A  19th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Manchester, England, Bridgewater Hall
000620A  20th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Ayr, Scotland, Gaiety Theatre
000621A  21st June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Glenrothes, Scotland, Rothes Hall
000623A  23rd June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Reading, England, Hexagon Centre

000624A  24th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. London, England, Lewisham Theatre
                   (Let The Good Times Roll/Walking One And Only/Jitterbug Boogie/Groovin’/
                    Melody/Jump, Jive & Wail/Lead Me To The Water/Anyway The Wind Blows/
                    I Put A Spell On You/Hello Little Boy/Hit The Road Jack/I’m Ready/Mystery Train/
                    Tell You A Secret/Tear It Up/Band introduction/Baby Workout/Hole In The Wall)

000625A  25th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Kings Lynn, England, Corn Exchange

000625B  25th June: US TV (CNN) ‘World Beat’, incl.
                   - interview with RW

000626A  26th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Cambridge, England, Corn Exchange
000627A  27th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Leicester, England, De Montfort Hall
000628A  28th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Canterbury, England, Marlowe Theatre
000629A  29th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Chichester, England, Pump Bottom Farm,
                   'Blues On The Farm'-festival

000702A  2nd July: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Bristol, England, Colston Hall
000703A  3rd July: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Newcastle, England, Opera House

000706A  6th July: UK radio (BBC2) 'Johnnie Walker'. Incl.
                   - interview with CW by Johnnie Walker

000710A  10th July: CHARLIE WATTS JIM KELTNER PROJECT.
                   2 CD’s ‘Charlie Watts Jim Keltner Project’ (CyberOctave VHOCDX69). Producers:
                   CW & Philippe Chauveau.
                   The UK version includes a bonus CD with the following remixes :
                   - The Elvin Suite (CW/Jim Keltner/Blondie Chaplin) -Coldcut Remix For Helen Dawn
                   - Airto (CW/Jim Keltner/Emmanuel Sourdeix) -Restless Soul 2gether 4ever Mix
                   - Airto (CW/Jim Keltner/Emmanuel Sourdeix) -Restless Soul Moonshine Mix
                   - Airto (CW/Jim Keltner/Emmanuel Sourdeix) -Modaji Contemporary Mix
                   - Max Roach (CW/Jim Keltner) -J Flava 2000 Mix
                   - Airto (CW/Jim Keltner/Emmanuel Sourdeix) -Eat Static feat. Will White & Stuart
                       Zender Remix
                   Note: For all other info about the album, see 000523A.

000700A  July: CHARLIE WATTS JIM KELTNER PROJECT.
                   Double-12” promo-single (CyberOctave VHOLPDJ69). Producers: CW & Philippe
                   Chauveau.
                   A: Airto (CW/Jim Keltner/Emmanuel Sourdeix) -Restless Soul 2gether 4ever Mix
                   A: Airto (CW/Jim Keltner/Emmanuel Sourdeix) -Modaji Legacy Mix
                   B: Airto (CW/Jim Keltner/Emmanuel Sourdeix) -Restless Soul Moonshine Mix
                   C: Airto (CW/Jim Keltner/Emmanuel Sourdeix) -Modaji Contemporary Mix
                   C: Airto (CW/Jim Keltner/Emmanuel Sourdeix) -Modaji Contemporary Beats
                   D: Airto (CW/Jim Keltner/Emmanuel Sourdeix) -Restless Soul Electro Acoustic Mix
                   D: Airto (CW/Jim Keltner/Emmanuel Sourdeix) -Restless Soul Moonshine Bonus Beats

000716A  16th July: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Peer, Belgium, ‘Rhythm & Blues Festival’
                   (Let The Good Times Roll/Walking One And Only/Jitterbug Boogie/Groovin’/
                    Melody/Jump, Jive & Wail/Lead Me To The Water/Anyway The Wind Blows/
                    Hit The Road Jack/I Put A Spell On You/Hello Little Boy/Tell You A Secret/Band
                    introduction/Baby Workout/Land Of 1000 Dances)
                   Note: Less Martin Taylor & Albert Lee. 

000722A  22nd July: UK radio (BBC2) ‘The Chess Story’. Host Marshall Chess. Incl.
                   - interview with BW
                   - interview with KR
                   Note: Part 1. Part 2 was broadcast on the 29th July.

000804A  4th August: THE RHYTHM KINGS. German TV (SWR) ‘Ohne Filter’, incl.
                   - Jitterbug Boogie (BW/Terry Taylor) -Baden Baden 26.4.2000
                   - interview with BW by Cherno Jobatey
                   - Melody (MJ/KR) -Baden Baden 26.4.2000
                   - Tear It Up (Johnny and Dorsey Burnette/Paul Burlison) -Baden Baden 26.4.2000,
                        part only

000805A  5th August: UK radio (BBC2) ‘Stone Alone - The Charlie Watts Story’.
                   Host: Stuart Maconie. Incl.
                   - interview with CW
                   - interview with KR
                   - interview with Dave Green
                   - interview with Gerard Presencer

000806A  6th August: US TV (VH-1) ‘Peter Frampton-special’, incl.
                    - interview with BW

000811A  11th August: New York City, The Film Forum. Premiere of the restored/2 min.
                    longer version of the movie Gimme Shelter (see 701206A).

000814A  14th August: German TV (ONYX) ‘ONYX Spezial’, incl.
                   - interview with BW (London 05.04.2000)
                   - interview with Georgie Fame (London 05.04.2000)
                   - Groovin’ (Edward Brigati/Felix Cavaliere) -London 05.04.2000; part only
                   - interview with Beverley Skeete (London 05.04.2000)
                   - Tell You A Secret (BW/Terry Taylor) -London 05.04.2000; part only

000817A  17th August: US TV (Bravo). Roy Orbison-special, incl.
                    - interview with BW

000819A  19th August: German radio (DLF) ‘Klassik-Pop-et cetera’, incl.
                    - interview with BW

000820A  20th August: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Ross On Wye, England, ‘Ross International
                   Festival’ (less Albert Lee)

000822A  22nd August: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Birmingham, England, The Jam House (less
                   Albert Lee)

000825A  25th August: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Gosport, England, Fort Brockhurst,
                  ’Gosport Summer Festival’ (less Albert Lee)
                   (Let The Good Times Roll/Walking One And Only/Jitterbug Boogie/Melody/
                    Lead Me To The Water/Anyway The Wind Blows/Hit The Road Jack/I Put A
                    Spell On You/Hello Little Boy/Hole In The Wall/Band introduction/Land Of
                    1000 Dances-Tequila-Land Of 1000 Dances)

000829A  29th August: UK radio (BBC2) ‘The Sixties’. Host: Julian Pettifer. Incl.
                   - interview with MJ
                   - interview with KR

000900A  September: CARLO LITTLE ALLSTARS. Twickenham, Gateway
                   Studios. Recordings for the album 'Never Stop Rockin’' (see 090112A), incl.
                   - Country Line Special (Cyril Davies) -Matthew Fisher on piano
                   - Midnight Special (Trad., arr. by Huddie Ledbetter) -Art Wood on vocals,
                          Johnny Cassanova on piano, Geraint Watkins on piano accordion, some
                          unknown on backing vocals
                   Line-up: RW (gtr)/Carlo Little (dr)/Rick Brown (bass)/Eddie Armer (harm)/
                                  Alex Chanter (gtr)

000919A  19th September: DON COVAY.
                   CD ‘Adlib’ (Cannonball Records CBD 29116, -US). With cover artwork by RW.

000922A  22nd September: RONNIE WOOD. UK TV (Channel 4) ‘Shine On’, Air Studios,
                   Hampstead, London. Tribute to John Lennon’s 60th birthday-special. Incl.
                   - interview with RW by Jo Whiley
                   - Jealous Guy (John Lennon) -by RW (gtr, voc) with Jesse Wood (gtr), Jools
                       Holland (p) & The Jools Holland Rhythm & Blues Orchestra
                   - Long Lost John (Trad.) -by Lonnie Donegan with RW on guitar and others
                   - All You Need Is Love (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) - by RW (gtr, bvoc) and
                        an All Star Band incl. Noel Gallagher (voc, gtr), Kelly Jones (bvoc), Johnny
                        Marr (gtr), Roisin Murphy (voc) & The Jools Holland Rhythm & Blues
                        Orchestra
                   Note: Telecast on the 30th September.

001006A  6th October: US radio (MJI Broadcasting). John Lennon-documentary incl.
                    - interview with MJ

001007A  7th October: JOHNNIE JOHNSON. New York City, Chicago B.L.E.W.S.
                    (1st show). KR jams with Johnnie Johnson. Incl. (all unverified):
                    - Carol (Chuck Berry)
                    - Tanqueray (KR/Johnnie Johnson)
                    - Johnny B. Goode (Chuck Berry)
                    - Key To The Highway (William Broonzy/Charles Segar)
                    + more
                    Line-up: KR (gtr, voc)/Johnnie Johnson (p, voc)/Jimmie Vivino (gtr)/& others

001007B  7th October: JOHNNIE JOHNSON. New York City, Chicago B.L.E.W.S.
                   (2nd show). KR jams with Johnnie Johnson. Incl. (all unverified):
                    - Reelin’ And Rockin’ (Chuck Berry)
                    + more
                    Line-up: KR (gtr)/Johnnie Johnson (p, voc)/Jimmie Vivino (gtr)/& others

001014A  14th October: UK TV (BBC2) ‘Pass The Mic’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Luke Hyams

001017A  17th October: VARIOUS ARTISTS.
                    DVD ‘Music Scene - The Best Of 1969 - 1970’ (MPI Home Video 6334). Incl.
                    - four ads made by The Rolling Stones for this programme in Summer 1969.

001023A  23rd October: TOM JONES.
                   DVD ‘An Audience With Tom Jones’ (Granada Media GVD 006). Incl.
                   - interview with BW (asking a question from the audience)

001000A  October: BLONDIE CHAPLIN. Toronto, Canada, unknown studio or maybe
                   some studio in New York City. Producers: Rob Fraboni, Blondie Chaplin,
                   Keith Lentin. Recordings for Blondie Chaplin's unreleased album 'Fragile Thread'.
                   Incl.
                   - Don't Ask Me (Blondie Chaplin?) -maybe with KR and/or RW on guitar
                   - Where Should I Always Be (Blondie Chaplin?) -maybe with KR and/or RW on
                        guitar
                   - Buteh Hey! (Blondie Chaplin?) -maybe with KR and/or RW on guitar
                   - When I'm Walking (Blondie Chaplin?) -maybe with KR and/or RW on guitar
                   - We Hurt (Blondie Chaplin?) -maybe with KR and/or RW on guitar
                   - Fish Out Of Water (Blondie Chaplin?) -maybe with KR and/or RW on guitar
                   - 52 Letters (Blondie Chaplin?) -maybe with KR and/or RW on guitar
                   - Cry For Help (Blondie Chaplin?) -maybe with KR and/or RW on guitar
                   - You Got The Magic (Blondie Chaplin?) -maybe with KR and/or RW on guitar
                   - Stop The Rain (Blondie Chaplin?) -maybe with KR and/or RW on guitar
                   - Semolina (Blondie Chaplin) -maybe with KR and/or RW on guitar
                   - When We Break (Blondie Chaplin?) -maybe with KR and/or RW on guitar
                   - Love You Til I Die (Blondie Chaplin?) -maybe with KR and/or RW on guitar
                   - Follow Your Heart (Blondie Chaplin?) -maybe with KR and/or RW on guitar
                  Musicians: KR (gtr)/RW (gtr)/Blondie Chaplin (voc, gtr)/Keith Lentin (bass)/
                                     Anton Fig (dr)/Chuck Leavell (keyb)/Bobby Keys (sax)/Morris
                                     Goldberg (tin whistle) 

001029A  29th October: CHRIS JAGGER. London, The Harrington House
                   MJ (voc), RW (washboard; maybe also gtr), BW (bass), Michael Kamen (keyb)
                   and Dave Stewart (gtr) jam with Chris Jagger and his band. Incl.
                   - Little Red Rooster (Willie Dixon) -unverified
                   - Bo Diddley (Ellas McDaniel) -unverified
                   + more

001100A  ca. November: ART WOOD. Probably London, unidentified studio.
                   Recordings with RW, Ray Majors, Mick Aory, Keith Grant and Don Craine.

001102A  2nd November: UK TV (Channel 4) ‘The Big Breakfast’, incl.
                   BW at the premiere of the movie Almost Famous.

001100B  November: Los Angeles, California. Shootings for the movie The Man From Elysian
                   Fields. Director: George Hickenlooper. Starring: MJ, Andy Garcia, Jason Robards,
                   Julianna Margulies, James Coburn, Olivia Williams and Anjelica Houston.
                   Note: Premiered in January 2002 (see 020110A). 

001111A  11th November: UK internet radio (Music Choice), incl.
                    - interview with CW

001114A  14th November: THE ROLLING STONES.
                    DVD ‘Gimme Shelter’ (Criterion Collection 99). Re-release of the classic movie
                    from 1970 (see 701206A), fully restored, with new bonus material:
                    - Prodigal Son (Rev. Robert Wilkins) -live in New York City 27. 11.69
                    - Little Queenie (Chuck Berry) -live in New York City 28.11.69, 1st show
                    - Carol (Chuck Berry) -live in New York City 28.11.69, 2nd show
                    - Little Queen Of Spades (Robert Johnson) -MJ on guitar and vocals; backstage
                         New York City 27. or 28.11.69
                    - footage from the Ya Ya's-mixing sessions, London Jan./Feb. 1970, mixing
                         Little Queenie (Chuck Berry)
                    + running commentary by the directors Albert Maysles and Charlotte Zwerin
                    + complete four-hour KSAN broadcast of 7.12.69 (about the Altamont-festival)
                    + three different Gimme Shelter-trailers
                    + photos from the Altamont-festival 6.12.69 by photographers Bill Owens and
                          Beth Sunflower 

001116A  16th November: New York City, Neil Simon Theatre. Special charity play of the
                    Broadway musical The Music Man.
                    Starring: KR, Richie Sambora and Hootie & the Blowfish. Unverified.

001117A  17th November: US TV (ABC) ‘Beatles Revolution’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ
                    - interview with KR

001121A  21st November: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   Video ‘Gimme Shelter’ (Criterion/Homevision GIM 10). Re-release of the classic
                   movie from 1970 (see 701206A), fully restored, with bonus material, incl.
                   - Prodigal Son (Rev. Robert Wilkins) -live in New York City 27.11.69
                   - Little Queenie (Chuck Berry) -live in New York City 28.11.69, 1st show
                   - Carol (Chuck Berry) -live in New York City 28.11.69, 1st show
                   - footage from the Get Yer Ya Ya’s Out-mixing sessions, London Jan./Feb. 1970,
                       mixing Little Queenie (Chuck Berry)
                   Note: The version of Carol is different to the one on the DVD (see 001114A)!

001121B  21st November: ALL STAR BAND. London, Mandarin Oriental Hotel
                   - It’s All Over Now (Bobby and Shirley Womack)
                   + two more songs (both unverified)
                   Musicians: BW (bass)/RW (gtr, voc)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/Frank Skinner (voc)/
                                      Tramper Price (keyb)/Tewe Henare (dr)
                   Note: A private video of It's All Over Now exists.
                             Charity-gig for The Peter Cook Foundation.

001121C  21st November: TINA TURNER.
                   DVD ‘The Best Of Tina Turner - Celebrate!’ (Eagle Vison EREDV132). Incl.
                   - interview with BW (probably London, Summer 1999)
                   - interview with KR (1992 or earlier, taken from The Girl From Nutbush-special)
                   - State Of Shock/It’s Only Rock’n Roll (Michael Jackson/Randy Hansen)
                        (MJ/KR) -Live Aid 13.7.85, part only

001122A  22nd November: ART WOOD’S ALL STARS. Twickenham, England, The Eel
                   Pie Club, Cabbage Patch Pub. RW jams with his brother’s All Stars on:
                   - Down In The Bottom (Willie Dixon)
                   - I Wouldn’t Put My Guitar Down (Eddie Clearwater)
                   - My Babe (Willie Dixon)
                   - You Gotta Move/Hoochie Coochie Man (Fred McDowell/Rev. Gary Davis)
                        (Willie Dixon)
                   - Blueberry Hill (Al Lewis/Vincent Rose/Larry Stock)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, voc)/Art Wood (voc)/Tom Nolan (gtr, voc)/Ray Majors (gtr)/
                                  Rick Brown (bass)/Spike (el p)/Mick Avory (dr)/Carlo Little (dr)/
                                  Eddy Armour (harm)/Rik Biddulph (harm)

001127A  27th November: US radio (Westwood One) ‘Off The Record’. Host: Joe Benson.
                   - interview with MJ
                   - interview with KR

001130A  30th November: UK TV (BBC) ‘This Is Your Life’. Special on Vinnie Jones, incl.
                    - interview with RW

001208A  8th December: US TV (Syndicated) ‘Entertainment Tonight’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ