2001

010101A  1st January: UK TV (BBC1) ‘Top Of The Pops - The True Story’, incl.
                    - interview with KR

010102A  2nd January: UK radio (BBC2) ‘Melly Talks Jazz’, incl.
                    - interview with CW by George Melly

010100A  January: MICK JAGGER. New York City, unknown studio. Recording of demos.
                   Musicians: MJ (voc, gtr)/Rich Robinson (gtr)/Rob Thomas (voc)/& others

010122A  22nd January: Park City, Utah, Sundance Film Festival. Premiere of the movie
                   Enigma, produced by MJ and Lorne Michaels. Director: Michael Apted.

                   Starring: Dougray Scott, Kate Winslet, MJ (as an extra).

010200A  February: MICK JAGGER. Richmond, Surrey, Norfolk Lodge (MJ’s homestudio)
                   Songwriting sessions for the upcoming album Goddess In The Doorway, partly with
                   guests Dave Stewart and Bryan Adams. Incl.
                   - Goddess In The Doorway (MJ/Matt Clifford) -unverified early demo 

010210A  10th February: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Italian TV (RAI1) ‘Stasera Pago Io’.
                    - I Put A Spell On You (Jalacy Hawkins)

                    - interview with BW by Fiorello

                    - BW sings Happy Birthday to Little Tony

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

                                   Gary Brooker (org)/Frank Mead (sax)/Graham Broad (dr)

010214A  14th February: CHARLIE WATTS QUINTET. London, 100 Club, benefit gig
                    Line-up: CW (dr)/Dave Green (bass)/Harry Beckett (tp)/Brian Lemon (p)/Paul

                                   Rutherford (tb)

010223A  23rd February: US TV (TLC) ‘Mick Jagger: The Ultimate Performer’. Incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Michael Lindsay-Hogg (in 1997)
                   - interview with Keith Altham
                   - interview with Paul Kantner
                   - interview with Albert Maysles
                   - interview with MT
                   - interview with Paul Jones
                   - interview with Marshall Chess
                   - interview with Giorgio Gomelsky
                   - interview with Chris Dreja
                   - interview with Tony Calder
                   - interview with Gered Mankowitz
                   - interview with Ian Anderson
                   - interview with Michael Lindsay-Hogg
                   - interview with Nicholas Roeg
                   - interview with Bob Geldof
                   + Stones/Jagger-footage through the years

010224A  24th February: Paris, France, La Cité De La Musique
                    - interview with BW by Frédéric Lecomte
                   + BW answers questions from the audience

                   Note: As part of a Rolling Stones movie-festival held from 23.-25. February.

010225A  25th February: UK radio (BBC Radio 4) ‘Desert Island Discs’, incl.
                   - interview with CW by Sue Lawley
                   + CW plays his favourite records:
                    Charlie Parker - Out Of Nowhere
                    Frank Sinatra - Night And Day
                    Stravinsky - Dance Of The Coachmen And Grooms
                    Tony Hancock/Sidney James - The Reunion Party
                    Duke Ellington - Jack The Bear  
                    Vaughn Williams - Lark Ascending (played by Nigel Kennedy &
                                                                             Birmingham Symphony Orchestra)
                    John Arlott - Jim Laker
                    Fred Astaire - The Way You Look Tonight

                   Note: Repeated on the 2nd March (and on BBC6 on June 3, 2011).

010200B  February: RONNIE LANE.
                   CD & VCD ‘Rocket 69’ (Burning Airlines/NMC Music PILOT 69). Recorded

                   live in Cologne, Germany on the 19th March 1980 for German WDR TV. Incl.

                  - Catmelody (Ronnie Lane/Kit Lambert)

                  - Flags And Banners (Ronnie Lane/Rod Stewart)

                  - Annie Had A Baby (Henry Glover/Lois Mann)

                  - How Come (Ronnie Lane/Kevin Westlake)

                  - You’re So Rude (Ronnie Lane/Ian McLagan)
                  - I’m Ready (Dave Batholomew/Al Lewis/Sylvester Bradford)

                  - Lad’s Got Money (Ronnie Lane)

                  - Kuschty Rye (Ronnie Lane)

                  - Rocket 69 (Henry Glover/Lois Mann)

                  - Man Smart, Woman Smarter (Norman Span)
                  - You Never Can Tell (Chuck Berry)

                  - One For The Road (Ronnie Lane)

                  + the complete set in visual form on acompanying CD-Rom

                  Line-up: STU (p)/Ronnie Lane (gtr, voc)/Henry McCullough (gtr, voc)/

                                 Charlie Hart (accordion, voc)/Chrissie Stewart (bass)/Bruce

                                 Rowland (dr)/George and Raymond Carless (sax)
                  Note: Released on DVD in January 2013 (see 130125A).

010304A  4th March: US TV (VH-1) 'Behind The Music: Rod Stewart', incl.
                   - interview with RW
                   + Faces-footage through the years

010306A  6th March: KEITH RICHARDS/ALL STAR BAND. New York City, Beacon
                   Theater, ‘Music For The Planet’-benefit for the Rainforest Alliance, incl.
                   - Key To The Highway (William Broonzy/Charles Segar)
                   - Runnin’ Too Deep (KR/Steve Jordan)
                   - Happy (MJ/KR) -Jim Horn on sax
                   - Rock’n Roll Music (Chuck Berry) -closing jam with Southside Johnny, Keb'
                        Mo' & Jackson Browne on vocals and Levon Helm on drums
                   Line-up: KR (gtr, voc)/Dr. John (p)/Kim Wilson (harm)/Larry Taylor (bass)/
                                  Steve Jordan (dr)/Babi Floyd (bvoc)

010313A  13th March: THE RUTLES.
                   DVD ‘All You Need Is Cash’ (Rhino Video R2 976641, -USA). Director:
                   Neil Innes. US TV Beatles-parody, filmed in 1977 (see 780300A) with
                   additional bonus footage incl. outtakes with MJ.
                   Starring: MJ (as himself), RW (as Hell's Angel), Bianca Jagger, Eric Idle,
                                  John Belushi, Dan Aykroyd, Bill Murray, Gilda Radner & others

010317A  17th March: UK TV (BBC2) ‘Walk On By: The History Of The Popular Song’, incl.
                    - Satisfaction (MJ/KR) -KR on acoustic guitar

010319A  19th March: ALL STAR BAND. New York City, Waldorf-Astoria Hotel ‘16th
                   Annual
Rock’n Roll Hall Of Fame Induction Dinner’, incl. (all unverified):
                    - KR inducts Johnnie Johnson and James Burton

                    - Me And Julio Down By The Schoolyard (Paul Simon)

                    - Do It Again (Walter Becker/Donald Fagan)

                    - Could You Be Loved (Bob Marley)

                    - Get Up, Stand Up (Bob Marley/Peter Tosh)

                    - Rockabilly instrumental ( )

                    - Everybody Needs Somebody To Love (Bert Russell/Solomon Burke/Jerry Wexler)

                    Musicians: KR (gtr)/James Burton (gtr)/Robbie Robertson (gtr)/Brian May (gtr)/
                                       Joe Perry (gtr)/Solomon Burke (voc)/Paul Simon (voc, gtr)/Bono
                                       (voc)/Mary J. Blige (voc)/Melissa Etheridge (voc)/Kid Rock (voc)/
                                       Johnny Johnson (p)/Marc Anthony (bvoc)/Jann Wenner (bvoc)/&
                                       many others

010328A  28th March: RONNIE WOOD & ROD STEWART. Richmond, Surrey, RW’s
                   home studio. Recording of a new track:

                   - You Strum And I’ll Sing (RW)

                   Line-up: RW (gtr, voc, keyb, dr; probably bass)/Rod Stewart (voc)

010329A  29th March: ROD STEWART. UK TV (BBC1) ‘Parkinson’, London, incl.
                   - Maggie May (Rod Stewart/Martin Quittenton)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr)/Rod Stewart (voc)/& others
                   Note: Aired on the 31st March.

010331B  31st March: UK TV (BBC2) ‘Walk On By: The Story Of The Popular Song’, incl.
                    - interview with KR

                    - blues improvisations ( ) -KR on acoustic guitar

010300A  March - May: KEITH RICHARDS. New Jersey and/or New York and/or
                   Connecticut, KR's basement studio. Recording of solo tracks.

                   Additional musicians: Blondie Chaplin (gtr or keyb), Bobby Keys (sax), George
                                                         Recile (dr)

010414A  14th April: UK TV (BBC2) ‘Walk On By: The Story Of The Popular Song’, incl.
                    - interview with KR

                    - Satisfaction (MJ/KR) -KR on acoustic guitar [repeat]

010400A  April: SHERYL CROW. New York, unknown studio
                    KR works on Sheryl Crows upcoming album incl.
                    - High Or Low (MJ/KR) -unverified

010423A  23rd April: JOHN PHILLIPS.
                   CD ‘Pay, Pack And Follow’(Eagle Records EAG CD 171). Producers: The Glimmer

                   Twins. Sound engineers: Keith Harwood, Harvey Goldberg.

                   Recorded in late August & September 1976 (and sporadically until early 1977) in

                   London, Olympic Sound Studios & Island Studios and 16th August - September 1977

                   in New York City, Media Sound Studios. (Working titles: 'Phillips 77' and 'Half Stoned').
                   Remixed version with overdubs (see also 080909A). Incl.

                   - Mr. Blue (John Phillips)

                   - She's Just 14 (John Phillips) -John Regan on bass, Sid McGinnis on guitar

                   - Wilderness Of Love (John Phillips) -Paul Shaffer on keyboards, Sid McGinnis on

                        guitar

                   - Oh Virginia (John Phillips)

                   - Sunset Boulevard (John Phillips)

                   - Pussycat (John Phillips)

                   - Zulu Warrior (John Phillips/Mick Jagger) - Rebop Kwaku Baah on percussion, Laura

                         and Michelle Phillips on backing vocals

                   - Very Dread (John Phillips)

                   - 2001 (John Phillips)

                   Musicians: KR (gtr, bvoc, bass)/MT (gtr)/MJ (bvoc)/RW (bass)/John
Phillips (voc, gtr,
                                       keyb)/Jean Roussell (keyb)/James Biondillo (strings)/Ollie
E. Brown (perc)/
                                       Mike Driscoll (dr)/David Wooford (bass)/Yogi Horton (dr)/Chris Spedding
(gtr)/
                                       John Kito (keyb)/Debra Dobkin (perc)/Jeb Guthrie (perc)
/Charles Giodano (keyb)
                  Note: The ending of Pussycat includes 30 seconds of You Gotta Move (Fred McDowell/

                             Rev. Gary Davis), played by KR on guitar.
                             Also an advanced version of this album was released in early 2001 incl.
                             - Boys From The South (John Phillips)
                             with possible participation of KR on guitar (Eagle Records WK8475ADV).

010423B  23rd April: BILL WYMAN’S RHYTHM KINGS.
                   Double-CD ‘Double Bill’ (Roadrunner Records 22 200862). Producers: BW &
                   Terry Taylor. Sound engineer: Stuart Epps. Most songs recorded in England at
                   Snake Ranch Studios, London on eight days in late November/early December
                   2000, some are leftovers from sessions at various studios in London in 1994/95.
                   - Long Walk To DC (Homer Banks/Marvell Thomas)
                   - Hot Foot Blues (Marc Benno)
                   - Hit That Jive Jack (John Alston/Skeets Tolbert)
                   - Love Letters (Edward Heyman/Victor Young)
                   - Love’s Down The Drain (BW/Terry Taylor)
                   - I Can’t Dance (Clarence Williams/Charles Gains)
                   - Snap Your Fingers/What A Friend We Have In Jesus (Grady Martin/Alexander
                         Zanetis)(Trad. arr. by BW/Georgie Fame)
                   - Get In The Kitchen (BW/Terry Taylor)
                   - Boogie Woogie All Night Long (Louis Jordan)
                   - Do You Or Don’t You/I Wanna Know (Nellie Lutcher)(Georgie Fame)
                   - Trust In Me (Milton Ager/Jean Schwartz/Ned Wever)
                   - Turn On Your Lovelight (Tom Malone/Tom Scott)
                   - The Joint Is Jumping (Andy Razaf/Thomas Waller/James Johnson)
                   - Brownskin Girl (BW/Terry Taylor)
                   - Tired & Sleepy (Eddie Cochran/Hank Cochran/Jerry Capeheart)
                   - Lonely Blue Boy (Benjamin Weisman/Fred Wise)
                   - Bye Bye Blues (Fred Hamm/Dave Bennett/Bert Lown/Chauncey Gray)
                   - Where’s The Money (Dan Hicks)
                   - Jellyroll Fool (BW/Terry Taylor)
                   - Jealous Girl (BW/Terry Taylor)
                   - My Handy Man (Andy Razaf/Eubie Blake)
                   - Rollin’ & Stumblin’ (BW/Terry Taylor)
                   - Keep On Truckin’ (BW/Terry Taylor)
                   - Breakin’ Up The House (Henry Glover/Lois Mann)
                   Line-up ‘Long Walk To DC‘: BW (bass)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/Graham Broad (dr)/
                                  Beverley Skeete (voc)/Dave Hartley (p)/Georgie Fame (org, bvoc)/Albert
                                 Lee (gtr)/Tommy Emmanuel (gtr)/Frank Ricotti (perc)/Gary Brooker &
                                 Janice Hoyte (bvoc)
                   Line-up ‘Hot Foot Blues‘: BW (bass)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/Graham Broad (dr)/
                                 Gary Brooker (p, voc)/Georgie Fame (org)/Albert Lee (gtr)/Tommy
                                 Emmanuel (gtr)/Frank Ricotti (perc)/Frank Mead & Nick Payn (horns)/
                                  Beverley Skeete, Sara Skeete, Anita Kelsey & Janice Hoyte (bvoc)
                   Line-up ‘Hit That Jive Jack‘: BW (bass)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/Graham Broad (dr)/
                                 Dave Hartley (p)/Georgie Fame (org, voc)/Martin Taylor (gtr)/Frank
                                 Ricotti (perc)/Beverley Skeete & Janice Hoyte (bvoc)
                   Line-up ‘Love Letters‘: BW (bass)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/Graham Broad (dr)/George
                                 Harrison (gtr)/Beverley Skeete (voc)/Dave Hartley (p)/Georgie Fame (org)/                        
                                 Tommy Emmanuel (gtr)/Frank Ricotti (perc)/Janice Hoyte (bvoc)
                   Line-up ‘Love’s Down The Drain‘: BW (voc, bass)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/Graham
                                 Broad (dr)/Dave Hartley (p)/Georgie Fame (org)/Tommy Emmanuel
                                 (gtr)/Frank Ricotti (perc)/Frank Mead (sax)/Nick Payn (harm)/Beverley
                                 Skeete & Janice Hoyte (bvoc)
                   Line-up ‘I Can’t Dance‘: BW (bass)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/Graham Broad (dr)/
                                 Dave Hartley (p)/Georgie Fame (org, voc)/Martin Taylor (gtr)/Frank
                                 Ricotti (perc)/Frank Mead & Nick Payn (horns)/Beverley Skeete & Janice
                                 Hoyte (bvoc)
                   Line-up ‘Snap Your Fingers‘: BW (bass)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/Graham Broad (dr)/
                                 Beverley Skeete (voc)/Gary Brooker (p)/Georgie Fame (org)/Albert Lee
                                 (gtr)/Tommy Emmanuel (gtr)/Frank Ricotti (perc)/Frank Mead & Nick
                                 Payn (horns)/Janice Hoyte (bvoc)
                   Line-up ‘Get In The Kitchen‘: BW (bass)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/Graham Broad (dr)/
                                 Dave Hartley (p)/Andy Fairweather-Low (gtr, voc)/Ray Cooper (perc)/
                                 Beverley Skeete & Janice Hoyte (bvoc)
                   Line-up ‘Boogie Woogie All Night Long‘: BW (bass)/Terry Taylor (gtr, bvoc)/
                                 Graham Broad (dr)/Gary Brooker (p, voc)/Georgie Fame (org)/Andy
                                 Fairweather-Low (gtr)/Frank Mead & Nick Payn (horns)/Beverley
                                 Skeete & Janice Hoyte (bvoc)
                   Line-up ‘Do You Or Don’t You‘: BW (bass)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/Graham Broad
                                 (dr)/Dave Hartley (p)/Georgie Fame (org, voc)/Martin Taylor (gtr)/Pete
                                 Beachill, Andy Macintosh & Derek Watkins (horns)/Martin Ditcham
                                 (perc)
                   Line-up ‘Trust In Me‘: BW (bass)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/Graham Broad (dr)/Georgie
                                 Fame (org)/Chris Rea (gtr)/Beverley Skeete (voc)/Martin Taylor (gtr)/
                                 Frank Ricotti (perc)/Frank Mead & Nick Payn (horns)/Janice Hoyte (bvoc)
                   Line-up ‘Turn On Your Lovelight‘: BW (bass)/Terry Taylor (gtr, bvoc)/
                                 Graham Broad (dr)/Gary Brooker (p, voc)/Georgie Fame (org)/Andy
                                 Fairweather-Low (gtr)/Frank Ricotti (perc)/Frank Mead & Nick Payn
                                 (horns)/Beverley Skeete & Janice Hoyte (bvoc)
                   Line-up ‘The Joint Is Jumping‘: BW (bass)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/Graham Broad
                                 (dr, perc)/Georgie Fame (voc)/Martin Taylor (gtr)/Dave Hartley (p)/
                                 Frank Mead, Nick Payn & Nick Pentelow (horns)
                   Line-up ‘Brownskin Girl‘: BW (voc, bass)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/Graham Broad (dr)/
                                 Albert Lee (gtr)/Frank Ricotti (perc)/Dave Hartley (p)/Beverley Skeete,
                                 Melanie Redmond, Keeley Coburn & Zoe Nicholas & Janice Hoyte (bvoc)
                   Line-up ‘Tired & Sleepy‘: BW (bass)/Terry Taylor (gtr, bvoc)/Graham Broad
                                 (dr)/Albert Lee (voc, gtr)/Tommy Emmanuel (gtr)/Frank Ricotti (perc)/
                                 Dave Hartley (p)
                   Line-up ‘Lonely Blue Boy‘: BW (bass, bvoc)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/Graham Broad
                                 (dr)/Gary Brooker (p, voc)/Georgie Fame (org)/Andy Fairweather-Low
                                 (gtr, bvoc)/Martin Taylor (mandolin)/Frank Ricotti (perc)
                   Line-up ‘Bye Bye Blues‘: BW (bass)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/Graham Broad (dr)/
                                 Georgie Fame (org)/Tommy Emmanuel (gtr)/Ray Cooper (perc)/Frank
                                 Mead & Nick Payn (horns)/Dave Hartley (p)/Beverley Skeete, Sara Skeete
                                 & Anita Kelsey (voc)
                   Line-up ‘Where’s The Money‘: BW (bass)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/Graham Broad
                                 (dr)/Dave Hartley (p)/Georgie Fame (org, voc)/Albert Lee (gtr)/Frank
                                 Mead & Nick Payn (horns)/Beverley Skeete & Janice Hoyte (bvoc)
                   Line-up ‘Jellyroll Fool‘: BW (voc, bass)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/Graham Broad (dr)/
                                 Albert Lee (gtr)/Frank Ricotti (perc)/Dave Hartley (p)/Geoff Grange (harm)
                   Line-up ‘Jealous Girl‘: BW (bass)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/Graham Broad (dr)/
                                 Georgie Fame (voc, org)/Martin Taylor (gtr)/Dave Hartley (p)/
                                 Frank Mead, Nick Payn & Nick Pentelow (horns)/Melanie Redmond,
                                 Keeley Coburn, Zoe Nicholas, Beverley Skeete & Janice Hoyte (bvoc)
                   Line-up ‘My Handy Man‘: Beverley Skeete (voc)/Martin Taylor (gtr)/Dave
                                 Hartley (p)
                   Line-up ‘Rollin’ & Stumblin’‘: BW (bass)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/Graham Broad (dr)/
                                 Adrian Byron Burns (voc)/Geoff Grange (harm)/Dave Hartley (p)/
                                 Tommy Emmanuel (gtr)/Frank Ricotti (perc)/Beverley Skeete, Sara
                                 Skeete & Anita Kelsey (bvoc)
                   Line-up ‘Keep On Truckin’‘: BW (bass)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/Graham Broad (dr)/
                                 Dave Hartley (p)/Georgie Fame (voc)/Frank Ricotti (perc)/Frank Mead &
                                 Nick Payn (horns)/Melanie Redmond, Keeley Smith & Sonia Jones (bvoc)
                   Line-up ‘Breakin‘ Up The House’: BW (bass)/Terry Taylor (gtr, bvoc)/Graham
                                 Broad (dr)/Gary Brooker (p, voc)/Georgie Fame (org)/Albert Lee (gtr)/
                                 Andy Fairweather-Low (gtr)/Frank Mead & Nick Payn (horns)/Frank
                                 Ricotti (perc)/Beverley Skeete & Janice Hoyte (bvoc)

010423C  23rd April: UK radio (BBC2) ‘Steve Wright’, incl.
                   - interview with BW by Steve Wright

010426A  26th April: US TV (TNT) ‘New York Knicks vs. Toronto Raptors’.
                   - KR and Patti Richards shown in the audience at Madison Square Garden

                   - interview with KR

010430A  30th April: SHERYL CROW. New York City, The Shine
                   With special guest KR on four songs:

                   - Drift Away (Mentor Williams) -Kid Rock on lead vocals

                   - Love Hurts (Boudleaux Bryant)

                   - Not Fade Away (Charles Hardin Holley/Norman Petty)

                   - Ain’t That A Shame (Antoine Domino/Dave Bartholomew)

                   Line-up: KR (gtr, bvoc)/Sheryl Crow (voc, gtr)/Peter Stroud (gtr)/Tim Smith (bass)/

                                 Jeremy Stacey (dr)

010400B  late April: MICK JAGGER. Miami, Florida, Roxie Studios. Producer: Lenny
                   Kravitz. Sound engineer: Henry Hirsch.
                   - God Gave Me Everything I (MJ/Lenny Kravitz) -with Lenny Kravitz; album-
                        version
                   - God Gave Me Everything II (MJ/Lenny Kravitz) -Dan The Automator Remix
                   - God Gave Me Everything III (MJ/Lenny Kravitz) -Call Out Hook
                   - God Gave Me Everything IV (MJ/Lenny Kravitz) -radio edit with solo
                   - God Gave Me Everything V (MJ/Lenny Kravitz) -radio edit without solo
                   Line-up: MJ (voc, harm)/Lenny Kravitz (gtr, bass, dr, tamb, bvoc)/Craig Ross
                                 (gtr)/Matt Knobel (protools)
                   Note: The remixes were done later in 2001.                  
                             The two radio edits are only available on an internal Virgin-promo.
 
010500A  May: US TV (VH-1). NRBQ-documentary, incl.
                   - interview with KR
                   Note: Aired on a later (unknown) date.

010502A  2nd May: BILL WYMAN’S RHYTHM KINGS.
                   CD ‘Bootleg Kings - Ride Again’ (Ripple Records RIPCD 002). Producers: The

                   Dirt Boys (= BW & Terry Taylor). Sound engineer: Stuart Epps. Live-album,

                   only sold through merchandising.

                   - I’m Ready (Pearl King/Ruth Durand/Joe Robichaux) -live in Leicester 27.6.2000
                   - Lead Me To The Water (Gary Brooker) -live in Canterbury 28.6.2000

                   - Baby Workout (Alonzo Tucker/Jackie Wilson) -live in Northampton 7.6.2000

                   - Jump, Jive & Wail (Louis Prima) -live in Leicester 27.6.2000

                   - Mystery Train (Herman Parker/Sam Phillips) -live in Cambridge 25.6.2000

                   - I’ll Be Satisfied (Barry Gordy Jr./Tyran Carlo) -live in Northampton 7.6.2000

                   - Hello Little Boy (Ruth Brown) -live in Glenrothes 21.6.2000

                   - Baby You Got What It Takes (Brook Benton/Clyde Otis/Murray Stein) -live in
                        Canterbury 26.6.99; Graham Broad on drums
                   - Georgia On My Mind (Hoagy Carmichael) -live in Canterbury 26.6.99

                   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)/Janice Hoyt (voc)/

                                  Frank Mead (sax, perc)/Nick Payn (sax, flute, harm)

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

2nd May - 20th May: BILL WYMAN’S 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)/Janice Hoyt (voc)/

                                 Frank Mead (sax, perc)/Nick Payn (sax, flute, harm)

                   Note: With Mike Sanchez on keyboards and vocals instead of Gary Brooker

                              from 14th May onwards.

010502B  2nd May: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Cheltenham, England, ‘International Jazz Festival’
                   (1st show)

010502C  2nd May: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Cheltenham, England, ‘International Jazz Festival’

                   (2nd show)

010503A  3rd May: Dutch KLM Airline in-flight entertainment channel
                    - interview with BW

010503B  3rd May: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Amsterdam, Holland, The Paradiso
                   (Let The Good Times Roll/Walking One And Only/It Should’ve Been Me/Love

                    Letters/Melody/Jump, Jive & Wail/I Put A Spell On You/This Little Girls’s

                    Gone Rockin’/Hit The Road Jack/I’m Ready/Breaking Up The House/Mystery

                    Train/Lipstick, Powder & Paint/Baby Workout/Tear It Up/Hole In The Wall)

                   Note: Broadcast by Dutch radio (BNN Live Radio 2), lacking the song Keep Your

                             Shirt On (Gary Brooker).

010504A  4th May: Dutch radio (Radio 2), Hilversum
                    - interview with BW by Hans Schiffers

010504B  4th May: Dutch radio (Radio 3), Hilversum
                    - interview with BW by Herman Dales

010504C  4th May: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Ospel (near Tilburg), Holland, ‘Moulin Blues
                    Festival’

010505A  5th May: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Esbjerg, Denmark, ‘Tobakken Blues Festival’

010506A  6th May: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Stavanger, Norway, Konserthus

010506B  6th May: French TV (Canal Jimmy) ‘Top Bab’, incl.
                    - interview with BW by Philippe Manoeuvre

010506C  6th May: UK TV (BBC1) ‘Wine, Women & Song’. Rod Stewart-special, incl.
                    - interview with RW

                    - interview with Rod Stewart

                    - interview with Ian McLagan

                    - interview with Kenney Jones

                    + lots of Faces and Jeff Beck Group-footage through the years

010507A  7th May: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Oslo, Norway, Konserthus
010509A  9th May: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Veijle, Denmark, Music Theater

010510A  10th May: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Aarhus, Denmark, Train Club

010511A  11th May: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Copenhagen, Denmark, Tivoli
                   (Let The Good Times Roll/Jitterbug Boogie/Walking One And Only/Jump, Jive &
                    Wail/Melody/Love Letters/Lead Me To The Water/Cats Eyes/This Little Girls’s
                    Gone Rockin’/I Put A Spell On You/Tell You A Secret/I’m Ready/Mystery Train/
                    Breaking Up The House/Tear It Up/Band introduction/Hole In The Wall)

010511B  11th May: US TV (ABC) ‘Wingspan’. Paul & Linda McCartney-documentation, incl.
                    - footage of RW at Wings-party at Empire Ballroom, London 8.11.71

010512A  12th May: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Gävle, Sweden, Konserthus
                   (Let The Good Times Roll/Jitterbug Boogie/Walking One And Only/Jump,
                    Jive & Wail/Melody/Love Letters/Lead Me To The Water/Anyway The Wind
                    Blows/This Little Girls’s Gone Rockin’/I Put A Spell On You/Tell You A Secret/
                    I’m Ready/Hit The Road Jack/Mystery Train/Breaking Up The House/Tear It Up/
                    Band introduction/Hole In The Wall)

010514A  14th May: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Hamburg, Germany, Grosse Freiheit
                   (Let The Good Times Roll/Jitterbug Boogie/Walking One And Only/Jump, Jive &

                    Wail/Melody/Love Letters/Chicken Shack Boogie/This Little Girls’s Gone Rockin’/

                    Anyway The Wind Blows/I Put A Spell On You/Tell You A Secret/I’m Ready/

                    Mystery Train/Breaking Up The House/Tear It Up/Band introduction/Baby Workout/

                    Hole In The Wall)

                    Note: First show with Mike Sanchez (keyb, voc) instead of Gary Brooker.

010515A  15th May: Cologne, Germany, some hotel room
                    - filmed interview with BW

010515B  15th May: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Cologne, Germany, E-Werk
                   (Let The Good Times Roll/Jitterbug Boogie/Walking One And Only/Jump, Jive &

                    Wail/Melody/Love Letters/Chicken Shack Boogie/This Little Girls’s Gone Rockin’/

                    Anyway The Wind Blows/I Put A Spell On You/Tell You A Secret/I’m Ready/

                    Mystery Train/Breaking Up The House/Tear It Up/Band introduction/Baby Workout/

                    Hole In The Wall)

010500A  mid-May - early June: MICK JAGGER. Los Angeles, Third Stone Studios; Los
                   Angeles, Rumbo Studios; Los Angeles, Drive By Studios. Producers: MJ & Marti
                   Frederiksen. Sound engineer: Rich Chycki. Recordings for the upcoming album
                   Goddess In The Doorway, incl.
                   - Dancing In The Starlight (MJ/Matt Clifford) -album-version
                   - Don’t Call Me Up (MJ) -album-version
                   - Everybody Getting High I (MJ) -album-version
                   - Everybody Getting High II (MJ) -Solaris Remix
                   - Everybody Getting High III (MJ) -Solaris Remix (incl. Performance-film sample)
                   - Everybody Getting High IV (MJ) -Solaris Remix Instrumental aka No Vocal Pass
                   - Everybody Getting High V (MJ) -TLA Mix
                   - Too Far Gone (MJ) -album-version
                   - Visions Of Paradise I (MJ/Matt Clifford/Rob Thomas) -album version
                   - Visions Of Paradise II (MJ/Rob Thomas/Matt Clifford) -radio edit
                   - Visions Of Paradise III (MJ/Rob Thomas/Matt Clifford) -Sensual Mix
                   - Visions Of Paradise IV (MJ/Rob Thomas/Matt Clifford) -Call Out Hook 1
                   - Visions Of Paradise V (MJ/Rob Thomas/Matt Clifford) -Call Out Hook 2
                   - Visions Of Paradise VI (MJ/Rob Thomas/Matt Clifford) -Purple Dogg Mix
                   - Visions Of Paradise VII (MJ/Rob Thomas/Matt Clifford) -Purple Dogg Re-Work
                   - Visions Of Paradise VIII (MJ/Rob Thomas/Matt Clifford) -Rock Mix
                   Musicians: MJ (voc, gtr,)/Marti Frederiksen (gtr, bass, dr, programming, bvoc)/
                                      Chris Frederiksen (bass)/Joe Perry (gtr)/Matt Clifford (keyb, synth,
                                      bvoc, programming, mellotron)/Lenny Castro (perc)/Jim Keltner
                                      (dr)/Kenny Aronoff (dr)/Steve Knightley (cello-mandolin)/Ian
                                      Thomas (dr)/Phil Spalding (bass)/Mikal Reid (loop programming)/
                                      Milton McDonald (gtr)
                   Note: The Purple Dogg mixes and the Rock of 'Visions Of Paradise' and the four
                             remixes of
                             'Everybody Getting High' are only available on a internal Virgin-promos.
                              Rob Thomas vocal overdub and Kyle Cook’s guitar overdub on 'Visions
                              Of Paradise' were recorded at Chiswick Studios, London in June.

010516A  16th May: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Lichtenfels, Germany, Stadthalle
010517A  17th May: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Nonantola (near Modena), Italy, Vox Club

010518A  18th May: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Milan, Italy, Teatro Smeraldo
                    (Let The Good Times Roll/Jitterbug Boogie/Anyway The Wind Blows /Jump,

                     Jive & Wail/Melody/Love Letters/Chicken Shack Boogie/This Little Girls’s

                     Gone Rockin’/Walking One And Only/I Put A Spell On You/Tell You A

                     Secret/I’m Ready/Hit The Road Jack/Mystery Train/Breaking Up The House/

                     Tear It Up/Hole In The Wall)

010519A  19th May: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Zagreb, Croatia, Sports Hall, incl.
                    (Anyway The Wind Blows /Jump, Jive & Wail/Love Letters/Melody/Chicken

                     Shack Boogie/This Little Girls’s Gone Rockin’/Walking One And Only/

                     I Put A Spell On You/Tell You A Secret/I’m Ready/Mystery Train/Breaking

                     Up The House/Tear It Up/Band introduction/Baby Workout/Hole In The Wall)

                    Note: Webcast live in the internet.

010520A  20th May: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Graz, Austria, The Orpheum
                    (Let The Good Times Roll/Jitterbug Boogie/Walking One And Only /Jump,

                     Jive & Wail/Love Letters/Melody/Chicken Shack Boogie/This Little Girls’s

                     Gone Rockin’/Anyway The Wind Blows/I Put A Spell On You/Tell You A

                     Secret/I’m Ready/Hit The Road Jack/Mystery Train/Breaking Up The House/

                     Tear It Up/Band introduction/Baby Workout/Hole In The Wall)

010522A  22nd May: VARIOUS ARTISTS.
                   DVD ‘Music Scene - The Best Of 1969 - 1970, Vol. 2’ (MPI Home Video, -US). 
                   Incl. four ads made by The Rolling Stones for this programme in Summer 1969

010522B  22nd May: Los Angeles, California, Beverley Hills Hilton, ‘18th Annual
                   ASCAP Pop Awards’. Incl. Tom Waits getting the Founders Award, introduced
                   by KR-speech from videotape (recorded at his home in Connecticut).

23rd May - 4th July: BILL WYMAN’S RHYTHM KINGS. UK Tour.
                  Line-up: BW (bass)/Mike Sanchez (keyb, voc)/Georgie Fame (keyb, voc)/

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

                                 Graham Broad (dr)/Beverley Skeete (voc)/Janice Hoyt (voc)/

                                 Frank Mead (sax, perc)/Nick Payn (sax, flute, harm)

010523A  23rd May: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Reading, England, Hexagon Theatre (less Martin
                   Taylor)

010524A  24th May: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Malvern, England, Forum Theatre (less Martin

                   Taylor)

010525A  25th May: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Newcastle, England, Opera House (less Martin

                   Taylor)

010526A  26th May: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Perth, Scotland, City Hall, ‘Festival Of Arts’ (less

                   Martin Taylor)

010527A  27th May: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Aberdeen, Scotland, Music Hall (less Martin

                   Taylor)

010529A  29th May: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Ayr, Scotland, Gaiety Theatre

010530A  30th May: UK TV (BBC2 Scotland) ‘The Point’, Ayr, Scotland, incl.
                    - interview with BW by Julyan Sinclair

                    Note: Aired on the 5th June.

010530B  30th May: UK radio (BBC Leeds).
                    - phone-interview (from tour bus) with BW by Peter Levey

010530C  30th May: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Bradford, England, Pennington’s
                   (Let The Good Times Roll/Jitterbug Boogie/Walking One And Only /Jump,
                     Jive & Wail/Baby Workout/Love Letters/Chicken Shack Boogie/This Little
                     Girls’s Gone Rockin’/Anyway The Wind Blows/Melody/I Put A Spell On
                     You/Tell You A Secret/Lipstick, Powder & Paint/Mystery Train/Breaking
                     Up The House/Tear It Up/Band introduction/I’m Ready/Hole In The Wall)

010600A  June and other months: RONNIE WOOD. London, RW’s basement studio.
                    Producers: RW & Mark Wells. Co-producer: Martin Wright. Recording of

                    solotracks for his upcoming album ‘Not For Beginners’ (see 011119A). Incl.

                    - Be Beautiful (RW) -new version of Interludings (see Woodwork 720721A)

                    - Heart, Soul And Body (RW)

                    - Hypershine (RW) -instrumental

                    - Leaving Here (Eddie Holland/Lamont Dozier/Brian Holland)

                    - Real Hard Rocker (RW)
                    - R U Behaving Yourself? II (RW) -with overdubs; Not For Beginners version
                    - So You Wanna Be A Rock‘n Roll Star (Chris Hillman/Roger McGuinn) -under

                         title Rock n’ Roll Star

                    - This Little Heart (RW)

                    - Whadd’ya Think (RW) -Kelly Jones on lead vocals

                    - Wake Up You Beauty (RW)

                    - Wayside (RW) -instrumental

                    + more

                    Musicians: RW (gtr, voc, harm, keyb, dr, pedal steel)/Jesse Wood (gtr)/Leah

                                       Wood (voc)/Mark Wells (bass)/Martin Wright (dr, perc)

010601A  1st June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Brentwood, England, Leisure Centre

010602A  2nd June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Basingstoke, England, The Anvil
                   (Let The Good Times Roll/Jitterbug Boogie/Walking One And Only /Jump,
                     Jive & Wail/Baby Workout/Love Letters/Chicken Shack Boogie/This Little
                     Girls’s Gone Rockin’/Anyway The Wind Blows/Melody/I Put A Spell On
                     You/Tell You A Secret/Lipstick, Powder & Paint/Mystery Train/Cat's Eyes/
                     Breaking Up The House/Tear It Up/Band introduction/Hole In The Wall)

010603A  3rd June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Bath, England, Theatre Royal (1st show)
010603B  3rd June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Bath, England, Theatre Royal (2nd show)

4th - 16th June: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. Residency at Ronnie Scott’s, London
                 Line-up: CW (dr)/Peter King (asax)/Julian Arguelles (bsax)/Evan Parker (tsax)/

                                Gerard Presencer (tp, flugelhorn, el p)/Henry Lowther (tp, flugelhorn)/Mark

                                Nightingale (tb)/Luis Jardim (perc)/Anthony Kerr (vibes)/David Green (bass)/

                                Brian Lemon (p)

010604A  4th June: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. London, Ronnie Scott’s (1st show)
                   (Main Stem/Bemsha Swing/Anthony's Dice/The Ballad/Introduction 1/
                    Tin Tin Deo/Introduction 2)

010604B  4th June: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. London, Ronnie Scott’s (2nd show)

010604C  4th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. London, The Roadhouse

010605A  5th June: UK radio (Radio Solent).
                   - phone-interview with BW

010605B  5th June: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. London, Ronnie Scott’s (1st show)
010605C  5th June: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. London, Ronnie Scott’s (2nd show)

010605D  5th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Guildford, England, Civic Hall
                   Note: With special guest Gary Brooker (voc, keyb) on some songs.

010606A  6th June: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. London, Ronnie Scott’s (1st show)
010606B  6th June: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. London, Ronnie Scott’s (2nd show)

010607A  7th June: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. London, Ronnie Scott’s (1st show)

010607B  7th June: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. London, Ronnie Scott’s (2nd show)

010608A  8th June: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. London, Ronnie Scott’s (1st show)

010608B  8th June: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. London, Ronnie Scott’s (2nd show)

010608C  8th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. London, Lewisham Theatre
                    (Let The Good Times Roll/Jitterbug Boogie/Walking One And Only /Jump,

                     Jive & Wail/Baby Workout/Love Letters/Anyway The Wind Blows/Chicken

                     Shack Boogie/This Little Girls’s Gone Rockin’/Cat's Eyes/Melody/I Put A Spell

                     On You/Tell You A Secret/Mystery Train/Breaking Up The House/Tear It Up/

                     Band introduction/I’m Ready/Hole In The Wall)

010609A  9th June: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. London, Ronnie Scott’s (1st show)
010609B  9th June: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. London, Ronnie Scott’s (2nd show)

010609C  9th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Worthing, England, Assembly Hall

010610A  10th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Southampton, England, The Mayflower
                    (Let The Good Times Roll/Jitterbug Boogie/Walking One And Only /Jump,
                     Jive & Wail/Baby Workout/Love Letters/Anyway The Wind Blows/Chicken
                     Shack Boogie/This Little Girls’s Gone Rockin’/Hit The Road Jack/Melody/
                     I Put A Spell On You/Tell You A Secret/Mystery Train/Breaking Up The
                     House/Tear It Up/Band introduction/I’m Ready/Hole In The Wall)

010611A  11th June: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. London, Ronnie Scott’s (1st show)
010611B  11th June: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. London, Ronnie Scott’s (2nd show)

010611C  11th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Leicester, England, De Montfort Hall

010612A  12th June: CHICO HAMILTON.
                   CD ’Foreststorm’ (Koch Jazz KOC-CD-7870). Producer: Chico Hamilton.
                   Co-producer David Merrill. Sound engineer: Adam Brown. Recorded at Olympic
                   Sound Studios, London in December 2000. Incl.
                   - Here Comes Charlie Now (Chico Hamilton)
                   Line-up: CW (dr)/Chico Hamilton (dr, voc)/Erik Lawrence (saxes, flute)/Paul
                                  Ramsey (bass)/Cary DeNigris (gtr)/Evan Schwam (sax)

010612B  12th June: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. London, Ronnie Scott’s (1st show)
                    - Main Stem (Duke Ellington)

                    - Bemsha Swing (Denzil Best/Thelonious Monk)

                    - Anthony's Dice (Gerard Presencer)

                    - Roll 'Em, Charlie (Peter King)

                    - The Ballad (Gerry Mulligan?)

                    - Band introduction

                    - Tin Tin Deo (Walter Fuller/Dizzy Gillespie)

                    Note: Broadcast live in a BBC webcast, incl. interview with CW.

010612C  12th June: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. London, Ronnie Scott’s (2nd show)
                    - Sunset And The Mocking Bird (Duke Ellington)

                    - Little Willie Leaps (Miles Davis)

                    - Airto (CW/Jim Keltner/Emmanuel Sourdeix)

                    - Chasing Reality (Gerard Presencer)

                    - Faction (MJ/KR/Gerard Presencer)
                    - Band introduction

                    - The Elvin Suite (CW/Jim Keltner/Blondie Chaplin)

                    - Take The A-Train (Billy Strayhorn)

                    Note: Broadcast live in a BBC webcast.
                              Faction is a reworking of Satisfaction.

010612D  12th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Edinburgh, Scotland, Usher Hall

010613A  13th June: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. London, Ronnie Scott’s (1st show)
010613B  13th June: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. London, Ronnie Scott’s (2nd show)

010614A  14th June: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. London, Ronnie Scott’s (1st show)

010614B  14th June: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. London, Ronnie Scott’s (2nd show)

010614C  14th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Truro, England, Hall For Cornwall

010615A  15th June: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. London, Ronnie Scott’s (1st show)
010615B  15th June: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. London, Ronnie Scott’s (2nd show)

010615C  15th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Barnstable, England, Queen’s Theatre

010616A  16th June: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. London, Ronnie Scott’s (1st show)
                   (Main Stem/Bemsha Swing/Anthony's Dice/Roll ’Em, Charlie/Polka Dots And
                    Moon Beams/Introduction 1/Tin Tin Deo/Introduction 2)

010616B  16th June: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. London, Ronnie Scott’s (2nd show)
                    (Sunset And The Mocking Bird/Little Willie Leaps/Airto/Chasing Reality/
                     Faction/Band introduction/The Elvin Suite/Take The A-Train)

010616C  16th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Holme Lacy, Wales, Warner’s Hotel

010600B  probably mid-June: UK TV (Sky Channel) 'Sky News', incl.
                   - interview with CW by Georgie Arnold (at Ronnie Scott's)

010600C  mid-June - mid-July: MICK JAGGER. London, Metropolis Studios. Producers:
                   MJ, Matt Clifford & Chris Potter. Sound engineers: Max Heyes; Chris Potter.
                   Recordings for the upcoming album Goddess In The Doorway, incl.
                   - Brand New Set of Rules (MJ) -album-version
                   - Disease (MJ/Rob Thomas) -Rob Thomas on vocals; unverified
                   - Goddess In the Doorway I (MJ/Matt Clifford) -instrumental single-version
                   - Goddess In the Doorway II (MJ/Matt Clifford) -album-version
                   - Gun (MJ/Matt Clifford) -album-version
                   - If Things Could Be Different (MJ) -Japanese album bonus-track
                   - Joy (MJ) -Bono on vocals; album-version
                   - Lucky Day (MJ) -album-version
                   + hidden bonus track (MJ?)
                   Musicians: MJ (voc, gtr, harm, perc)/Matt Clifford (keyb, synth, pedal steel,
                                      bvoc, programming, mellotron, perc)/Pete Townshend (gtr)/
                                      Reeves Gabrels (gtr)/Ruby Turner (bvoc)/Elizabeth and Georgia
                                      May Jagger (bvoc)/Max Heyes (dr programming)/Tatiana Okou
                                      (bvoc)/Paul Clarvis (perc)/Mick Dolan (gtr)/Steve Sidwell (tp)/
                                      Chris White (sax)/Neil Sidwell (tb)/Patsy Gamble (sax)
                   Note: Bono’s vocal overdub on Joy was recorded in Heidkamp (near Cologne),
                             Germany, at Haus Lerbach in Bono’s hotel room.

010617A  17th June: UK radio (BBC2) ‘Sunday Supplement’, London, incl.
                    - interview with BW by Michael Parkinson

010617B  17th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. High Wycombe, England, Swan Theatre
010618A  18th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Norwich, England, Theatre Royal

010619A  19th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Canary Wharf, London, Cabot Hall

010621A  21st June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Tunbridge Wells, England, Assembly Hall (less

                   Martin Taylor)

010622A  22nd June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Croydon, England, Fairfield Hall (less Martin

                   Taylor)

010623A  23rd June: UK radio (BBC Sheffield).
                  - interview with BW

010623B  23rd June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Sheffield, England, City Hall (less Martin Taylor)

010625A  25th June: Spanish radio ( ).
                   - phone- interview with BW (from London)

010626A  26th June: UK radio (Radio Aylesbury) ‘Mix 96’, incl.
                   - interview with BW by Chris Bloomer

010626B  26th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Aylesbury, England, Civic Centre (less Martin
                   Taylor)

010627A  27th June: UK radio (XFM) ‘Bob Geldof Marquee Show’, incl.
                   - interview with BW by Des Show

010628A  28th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Milton Keynes, England, The Stables
010629A  29th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Milton Keynes, England, The Stables

010630A  30th June: Spanish radio ( ), Barcelona, incl.
                   - interview with BW by Jordi

010630B  30th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Cardiff, Wales, St. David’s Hall

010701A  1st July: UK radio (BBC Bristol), incl.
                    - interview with BW by Keith Warmington

010701B  1st July: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Bristol, England, Colston Hall
010702A  2nd July: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Buxton, England, Opera House

010703A  3rd July: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Salisbury, England, City Hall
                    (Let The Good Times Roll/Jitterbug Boogie/Walking One And Only /Jump,
                     Jive & Wail/Melody/Love Letters/Anyway The Wind Blows/Chicken Shack
                     Boogie/This Little Girls’s Gone Rockin’/Hit The Road Jack/Boom Boom/
                     Baby Workout/I Put A Spell On You/Tell You A Secret-Shake Your Hips-
                     Tell You a Secret/Mystery Train/Breaking Up The House/Tear It Up/Hole In
                     The Wall)


010704A  4th July: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Manchester, England, Bridgewater Hall, incl.
                    (Let The Good Times Roll/Jitterbug Boogie/Walking One And Only /Jump,
                     Jive & Wail/Melody/Love Letters/Anyway The Wind Blows/Chicken Shack
                     Boogie/This Little Girls’s Gone Rockin’/Hit The Road Jack/Boom Boom/
                     I Put A Spell On You/Tell You A Secret-Shake Your Hips-Tell You a Secret/
                     Mystery Train/Breaking Up The House/Tear It Up)

010707A  7th July: UK TV (Channel 4) ‘Cricket’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ

010707B  7th July: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Montreux, Switzerland, Auditorium 
                   Stravinsky, ‘Jazz & Blues Festival’ (less Martin Taylor)
                   (Let The Good Times Roll/Jitterbug Boogie/Walking One And Only/Jump,
                   Jive & Wail/Baby Workout/Chicken Shack Boogie/Boom Boom/Melody/
                   I Put A Spell On You/Tell You A Secret/Mystery Train/Tear It Up/Hole In
                   The Wall)
                   Note: The whole show was telerecorded by Swiss TSR2 TV and shown in parts
                              on November 10 on the programme ‘Festivite’. Released officially on DVD
                              on February 3, 2017 (see 170203A).

010707C  7th July: Swiss TV (SF1) ‘Tagesschau’, incl.
                    - interview with BW (Montreux, backstage before the show)

010708A  8th July: Spanish TV (Tele 5), telerecording of
                   - interview with BW (in La Coruna)

8th - 13th July: BILL WYMAN’S RHYTHM KINGS. Tour of Spain.
                  Line-up: BW (bass)/Gary Brooker (keyb, voc)/Georgie Fame (keyb, voc)/Terry
                                 Taylor (gtr, bvoc)/Albert Lee (gtr, voc)/Graham Broad (dr)/Beverley Skeete
                                 (voc)/Janice Hoyt (voc)/Frank Mead (sax, perc)/Nick Payn (sax, flute, harm)

010708B  8th July: THE RHYTHM KINGS. La Coruna, Spain, Palacio De Congresos
                    (Let The Good Times Roll/Jitterbug Boogie/Walking One And Only/Jump,
                     Jive & Wail/Melody/Love Letters/Anyway The Wind Blows/This Little
                     Girls’s Gone Rockin’/Baby Workout/I Put A Spell On You/Tell You A
                     Secret/Mystery Train/Breakin’ Up The House/Tear It Up)

010709A  9th July: Madrid, Spain, FNAC building. Press conference by BW.
                    Note: Attending TV executives were among others TVE News, El Informal
                              Tele 5 and Tele Madrid News.

010710A  10th July: Spanish radio ( ), Madrid
                    - live-interview with BW

010710B  10th July: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Madrid, Spain, Patio del Cuartel de Condeduque
                    (Let The Good Times Roll/Jitterbug Boogie/Walking One And Only/Jump,
                     Jive & Wail/Melody/Boom Boom/Chicken Shack Boogie/This Little Girls’s
                     Gone Rockin’/Hit The Road Jack/Baby Workout/I Put A Spell On You/
                     Tell You A Secret/Mystery Train/Breakin’ Up The House/Anyway The Wind
                     Blows/Tear It Up/Band introduction/Hole In The Wall)
                    Note: With special guest Mike Sanchez (voc, keyb), substituting for Gary
                              Brooker on the songs ‘Boom Boom’ and ‘Chicken Shack Boogie’.

010711A  11th July: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Malaga, Spain, Teatro Cervantes
                    Note: With special guest Lonnie Donegan (gtr, voc) on ‘Frankie & Johnnie’.

010712A  12th July: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Murcia, Spain, Auditorio de San Javier, ‘Jazz
                    Festival’

010712A  12th July: UK radio (BBC2) ‘Real Wild Child’. Special on MJ & KR. Host: Stuart
                    Maconie. Incl.
                    - interview with MJ

010713A  13th July: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Barcelona, Spain, Razmataz Club
                    (Let The Good Times Roll/Jitterbug Boogie/Walking One And Only/Jump,
                     Jive & Wail/Melody/Anyway The Wind Blows/Good Golly Miss Molly/
                     This Little Girls’s Gone Rockin’/Hit The Road Jack/Baby Workout/
                     I Put A Spell On You/Tell You A Secret/Mystery Train/Breakin’ Up The
                     House/Tear It Up/Band introduction/I’m Ready/Hole In The Wall)

010713B  13th July: MICK JAGGER. Heidkamp (near Cologne), Germany, Haus Lerbach
                    (Bono’s hotel room). Producers: MJ & Matt Clifford. Bono records a vocal
                    overdub on
                    - Joy (MJ) -see 010600B

010714A  14th July: UK radio (BBC2) ‘The History Of The Marquee’ (part 1), incl.
                    - interview with CW
                    - interview with BW
                    Note: Part 2 was aired on July 21.

010715A  15th July: BOB DYLAN. Kilkenny, Ireland, Nowlan Park, ‘Smithwicks Festival'
                    - Maggie's Farm (Bob Dylan)
                    - Ballad Of A Thin Man (Bob Dylan)
                    - Tombstone Blues (Bob Dylan)
                    - Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again (Bob Dylan)
                    - Just Like A Woman (Bob Dylan)
                   - The Wicked Messenger (Bob Dylan)
                    - Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat (Bob Dylan)
                    - Like A Rolling Stone (Bob Dylan)
                    - All Along The Watchtower (Bob Dylan)
                    - Highway 61 Revisited (Bob Dylan)
                    Line-up: RW (gtr)/Bob Dylan (gtr, voc, harm)/Larry Campbell (gtr, pedal
                                   steel)/Charlie Sexton (gtr)/Tony Garnier (bass)/David Kemper (dr) 

010720A  20th July: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Samso, Denmark, ‘Blues Festival’

010720B  20th July: Swiss TV (Star TV) ‘Star News’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ

010721A  21st July: MICK JAGGER. New York City, unknown studio. Producers: MJ, Jerry
                   Duplessis & Wyclef Jean. Sound engineer: Andy Grassi.
                   - Hideaway I (MJ) -album-version
                   - Hideaway II (MJ) -MC Mix
                   Musicians: MJ (voc, gtr)/Wyclef  Jean (gtr)/Matt Clifford (keyb)/Robert Aaron
                                      (keyb, flute, horn)/Jerry Duplessis (bass)/Serge Tsai (protools)
                   Note: The MC Mix is only available on an internal Virgin promo-disc.

010722A  22nd July: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Wiesen, Austria, 'Jazz Festival'
                   (Let The Good Times Roll/Jitterbug Boogie/Anyway The Wind Blows/Jump,
                    Jive & Wail/Melody/Baby Workout/Good Golly Miss Molly/This Little Girl’s
                    Gone Rockin’/Hit The Road Jack/Melody/I Put A Spell On You/Tell You A
                    Secret/Mystery Train/Tear It Up/Band introduction/Hole In The Wall)
                   Note: The whole show was recorded by Austrian Radio (Ö1). Four songs were
                             aired the same evening:
                             - Jitterbug Boogie (BW/Terry Taylor)
                             - Anyway The Wind Blows (John J. Cale)
                             - Jump, Jive & Wail (Louis Prima)
                             - Baby Workout (Alonzo Tucker/Jackie Wilson)

010725A  25th July: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Nice, France, ‘Jazz Festival’
                   Note: With Mike Sanchez (keyb, voc) substituting for Georgie Fame.
                              The show was filmed by French TV.

010727A  27th July: French TV (TV3).
                   - interview with BW (in Cognac, France)

010727B  27th July: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Cognac, France, ‘Blues Passions’-festival
                   (Let The Good Times Roll/Jitterbug Boogie/Walking One And Only/Jump,
                    Jive & Wail/Melody/Love Letters/Anyway The Wind Blows/Good Golly Miss
                    Molly/This Little Girl’s Gone Rockin’/Hit The Road Jack/Baby Workout/I Put
                    A Spell On You/Tell You A Secret/Mystery Train/Breakin’ Up The House/Tear
                    It Up/Band introduction/Hole In The Wall)

010729A  29th July: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Cambridge, England, Cherry Hinton Hall,
                   ‘Folk Festival’
                   Note: At least parts of the show were professionally recorded by BBC2 (see
                             010801A)

010730A  30th July: Probably London, BW’s home. BW films three spots for his website.

010731A  31st July: US radio (Westwood One).
                   - interview with BW by Jeff Gonzer

010731B  31st July: London, Queen Elizabeth Hall, ‘BBC Jazz Awards’.
                   - CW hands out an award
                   Note: Broadcast on UK radio (BBC2) on the 6th August.

010700A  late July: MICK JAGGER. New York City, unknown studio. Producers: MJ &
                   Matt Clifford (& Danny Saber). Sound engineer: Max Heyes.
                    - Blue (MJ) -single version
                    Musicians: MJ (voc, gtr)/Matt Clifford (keyb, bvoc, perc)/Doug Wimbish
                                       (bass)/Will Calhoun (dr)
                    Note: Probably the final recording for the album Goddess In The Doorway.
                              Mixing (from 22nd July onwards) was done in New York City, Miami
                              and Los Angeles.

010801A  1st August: UK radio (BBC2).
                    - interview with BW (Cambridge 29.7.01)
                    - Jitterbug Boogie (BW/Terry Taylor) -Cambridge 29.7.01
                    - Hole In The Wall (BW/Terry Taylor) -Cambridge 29.7.01

3rd August - 24th August: BILL WYMAN’S RHYTHM KINGS. US 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)/Janice Hoyt (voc)/
                                 Frank Mead (sax, perc)/Nick Payn (sax, flute, harm)

010803A  3rd August: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Atlantic City, New Jersey, Trump Marina
                   (Let The Good Times Roll/Jitterbug Boogie/Walking One And Only/Jump, Jive
                    & Wail/Melody/Love Letters/Anyway The Wind Blows/This Little Girl’s Gone
                    Rockin’/Hit The Road Jack/Baby Workout/I Put A Spell On You/Mystery Train/
                    Breakin’ Up The House/Tear It Up/Band introduction/Hole In The Wall)

010805A  5th August: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Alexandria, Virginia, Birchmere
                   (Let The Good Times Roll/Jitterbug Boogie/Walking One And Only/Jump, Jive
                    & Wail/Baby Workout/Anyway The Wind Blows/This Little Girl’s Gone
                    Rockin’/Hit The Road Jack/Melody/I Put A Spell On You/Mystery Train/
                    Breakin’ Up The House/Tear It Up/Band introduction/Hole In The Wall)

010807A  7th August: ANNIE LEIBOVITZ.
                    DVD 'Annie Leibovitz' (Image Entertainment, -US), incl.
                    - interview with MJ (ca. 1993)

010807B  7th August: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Uncasville, Connecticut, Mohegan Sun
                    Casino, Wolf Den 

010808A  8th August: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Worcester, Massachusetts, Mechanics Hall
                   (Let The Good Times Roll/Jitterbug Boogie/Walking One And Only/Jump, Jive
                    & Wail/Baby Workout/Anyway The Wind Blows/Breakin’ Up The House/This
                    Little Girl’s Gone Rockin’/Hit The Road Jack/Melody/I Put A Spell On You/
                    Mystery Train/Tear It Up/Band introduction/Hole In The Wall)

010809A  9th August: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Albany, New York, Tricentennial Park,
                     ‘Alive At Five Festival’

010809B  9th August: US TV (FOX) ‘Fox News’, incl.
                    - interview with BW
                    + footage of the Albany-show

010810A  10th August: THE RHYTHM KINGS. New York City, Town Hall
                   (Let The Good Times Roll/Jitterbug Boogie/Walking One And Only/Jump, Jive
                    & Wail/Baby Workout/Anyway The Wind Blows/Good Golly Miss Molly/
                    This Little Girl’s Gone Rockin’/Melody/I Put A Spell On You/Hit The Road
                    Jack/Midnight Special/Mystery Train/Breakin’ Up The House/Tear It Up/
                    Band introduction/I’m Ready)
                   Note: With special guest Odetta (voc) on 'Midnight Special'. 

010810B  10th August: US TV (VH-1).
                    - interview with BW
                    + footage from the Town Hall-show of the same day

010811A  11th August: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Lake Harmony, Pennsylvania, ‘Poconos
                   Music Gathering On The Mountain’

010812A  12th August: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, M Club
010813A  13th August: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Harrisburgh, Pennsylvania, Sunoco
                    Performance Theater

010814A  14th August: US radio (WXKR), Toledo, Ohio.
                    - interview with BW by John Rockford & Mike Macintyre

010815A  15th August: US radio (WPCN), Cleveland, Ohio.
                    - interview with BW

010815B  15th August: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Cleveland, Ohio, Rock’n Roll Hall Of Fame

010815C  15th August: US radio ( ), ‘Rockline’.
                    - interview with BW by Bob Coburn (?) and callers-in

010816A  16th August: Canadian TV (CFPL London TV 15), London.
                    - interview with BW

010816B  16th August: Canadian TV (Much Music TV), London.
                    - interview with BW

010816C  16th August: THE RHYTHM KINGS. London, Canada, Harris Park,
                    ‘International Blues Festival’
                    Note: With Mike Sanchez (keyb) substituting for Georgie Fame.

010817A  17th August: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Windsor, Canada, Ciociaro Club
                    Note: With Mike Sanchez (keyb) substituting for Georgie Fame. Also with
                               special guest Johnnie Johnson (p) on 'Route 66' and 'Stormy Monday Blues'.
                               The whole show was videotaped.

010818A  18th August: US TV (T44 TV), Chicago, Illinois.
                    - interview with BW by Casey Mitchell

010818B  18th August: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Chicago, Illinois, Park West Club
                   (Let The Good Times Roll/Jitterbug Boogie/Walking One And Only/Jump, Jive
                    & Wail/Baby Workout/Anyway The Wind Blows/Breakin’ Up The House/
                    This Little Girl’s Gone Rockin’/Hit The Road Jack/Melody/I Put A Spell On You/
                    Tell You A Secret/Mystery Train/Tear It Up/Band introduction/I’m Ready)

010820A  20th August: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Minneapolis, Minnesota, Zoological
                   Gardens Amphitheater, ‘Music In The Zoo’
                   (Let The Good Times Roll/Jitterbug Boogie/Walking One And Only/Jump, Jive
                    & Wail/Baby Workout/Anyway The Wind Blows/Breakin’ Up The House/
                    This Little Girl’s Gone Rockin’/Hit The Road Jack/Melody/I Put A Spell On You/
                    Tell You A Secret/Mystery Train/Tear It Up/Band introduction/Hole In The Wall)
 
010821A  21st August: US radio (Radio America) ‘Doug Stephan's Good Day USA’.
                    - phone-interview with BW by Rich McFadden
                    Note: Aired on the 24th August.

010821B  21st August: US radio (WKLH), Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
                   - interview with BW by Downstairs Dan

010822A  22nd August: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Potawatomi
                   Bingo Casino, Northern Lights Theater

010824A  24th August: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Memphis, Tennessee, Mud Island Park,
                   'Great Southern Beer Festival'

010827A  27th August: Memphis, Tennesse, Sun Studios. Press conference by BW.

010827B  27th August: US TV (WBHQ), Memphis.
                   - interview with BW by Valerie Calhoun

010827C  27th August: US TV (WPTY/WLMT), Memphis.
                   - interview with BW

010828A  28th August: US radio (WMPS) ‘The Pig’, Memphis.
                   - interview with BW by Alexandra Enzer

010828B  28th August: US TV (Library Channel), Memphis.
                   - interview with BW by Denise DuBois Taylor

010828C  28th August: US radio (WKNO) ‘Checking On The Arts’, Memphis.
                   - interview with BW & Richard Havers by Darrel Snodgrass

010828D  28th August: US radio (WREC) ‘The Book Gallery’, Memphis.
                   - phone-interview with BW by Michelle Buckalow

010828E  28th August: US TV (Arts & Entertainment Channel). Muddy Waters-special.
                   - interview with BW by Robert Gordon (in Memphis)

010830A  30th August: US radio (KRZZ) ‘The Blues Brunch’, Wichita.
                   - phone-interview with BW (from Memphis) by Robb Morrison

010830B  30th August: US radio (WYSO), Ohio.
                   - phone-interview with BW (from Memphis) by Nic Mikunas

010830C  30th August: US in-flight TV (North West Airlines) ‘Ovation’, Memphis.
                   - interview with BW by Chan Phillips

010904A  4th September: US TV (NBC) ‘Late Night With Conan O' Brien’
                   - interview with BW by Conan O’ Brien
                   Note: Aired on the 5th September.

010906A  6th September: US TV (MTV) ‘Video Music Awards’, New York City,
                   Metropolitan Opera House.
                   - MJ hands out the Best Video Of The Year-award
                   - interview with MJ and Britney Spears by Kurt Loder

010907A  7th September: German TV (ZDF) ‘Morgenmagazin’. Incl.
                   - short interview with MJ (entering Video Music Awards, N.Y.C. 6.9.2001)

010911A  11th September: RONNIE SPECTOR. Weston, Connecticut, Room Called L
                   (KR's home basement-studio). KR and Ronnie Spector working on a song:
                    - Love Affair ( ) -unverified

010911B  11th September: UK radio (BBC2) ’Bird Lives’. Host: CW.
                    Note: Five-part series. Parts 2 - 5 were broadcast on 18th and 25th September
                              & 2nd and 11th October.

010917A  17th September: VARIOUS ARTISTS.
                    DVD ‘The Old Grey Whistle Test’ (BBC DVD 1073). Incl.
                    - interview with MJ (25.4.72)
                    - interview with KR by Bob Harris (1.10.74)

010918A  18th September: London, Dorling Kindersley-offices in the Strand
                    - filmed interview with BW for the Dorling Kindersley-website

010918B  18th September: French TV (TF1) ‘People’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ

010924A  24th September: London, Odeon Cinema Leicester Square
                   British premiere of the movie ‘Enigma’, with MJ, RW, BW and Prince
                   Charles attending (among others).
                   Note: Shown in various newscasts on UK TV.

010925A  25th September: VARIOUS ARTISTS.
                  CD 'Timeless' (Lost Highway Records 170 239 2). Producers: KR & Rob Fraboni.
                  Sound engineer: Ben Elliot. Recorded in  Weston, Connecticut, Room Called L
                  (KR's home basement-studio) in May 2001. Tribute to Hank Williams-album, incl.
                  - You Win Again (Hank Williams) -by Keith Richards
                  Line-up: KR (gtr, voc)/Blondie Chaplin (p)/George Recile (dr)/Paul Nowinski
                                 (bass)/Lou Pallo (gtr)/Craig Dreyer (sax)/Tim Ovimette (tp)/John
                                 Pirruccello (steel gtr)

010926A  26th September: UK radio (BBC) ‘The Robert Elms Show’, incl.
                   - interview with BW by Robert Elms (about Bluess Odyssey-book)

010900A  September: BILL WYMAN.
                   Double-CD ‘Bill Wyman Compendium’ (Koch Records 8056, -USA).
                   Compilation album, incl. all tracks of BW’s three solo albums and eight
                   previously unreleased bonus tracks:
                   - Wine & Wimmen II (BW) -instrumental;  28.11.73 Elektra Studios, Los Angeles
                   - Just A Matter Of Time (BW) -4.12.73, Bolic Studios, Inglewood
                   - If You Got The Feelin’ (BW) -instrumental; 11.12.73 Bolic Studios, Inglewood
                   - Five Card Stud (BW) -instrumental; 9.12.73 Bolic Studios, Inglewood
                   - High Flying Bird (BW) -instrumental; 1.8.74 Criteria Studios, Miami
                   - Back To School Again (BW) -instrumental; 3.8.74 Criteria Studios, Miami
                   - Can't Put Your Picture Down (BW) -4.8.73 Criteria Studios, Miami
                   - Love Is Such A Wonderful Thing (BW) -9.8.74 Criteria Studios, Miami
                   Line-up ‘Wine And Wimmen’: BW (bass)/Joe Lala (congas)/Dallas Taylor
                                 (dr)/Jackie Clark (gtr)/Kenny Kristian (gtr)/Duane Smith (clavinet)
                   Line-up ‘Just A Matter Of Time’: BW (voc, clavinet)/Danny Kortchmar (gtr)/
                                  Dallas Taylor (dr)/Jackie Clark (gtr)/Duane Smith (el p, ARP bass)
                   Line-up ‘If You Got The Feelin’’: BW (bass)/Danny Kortchmar (gtr)/Joe Lala
                                 (perc)/Dallas Taylor (dr)/Jackie Clark (gtr)/Leon Russell (p)/Jay
                                 Wilding (org)/John McCuen (gtr)
                   Line-up ‘Five Card Stud’: BW (gtr)/Danny Kortchmar (gtr)/Joe Lala
                                 (perc)/Dallas Taylor (dr)/Wayne Perkins (bass)/Leon Russell (p)
                   Line-up ‘High Flying Bird’: BW (bass)/Danny Kortchmar (gtr)/Dallas Taylor
                                 (dr)/Paul Harris (p, org)
                   Line-up ‘Back To School Again’: BW (bass)/Danny Kortchmar (gtr)/Dallas
                                 Taylor (dr)/Paul Harris (p, org)
                   Line-up ‘Can't Put Your Picture Down’: BW (voc, org)/Danny Kortchmar (gtr)/
                                 Dallas Taylor (dr)/Terry Taylor (gtr)
                   Line-up ‘Love Is Such A Wonderful Thing’: BW (voc, bass)/Danny Kortchmar
                                 (gtr)/Dallas Taylor (dr)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/Hubie Heard (p)
                   Note: Two more outtakes (Moneymaker & Dog Snapper Blues) were first
                             intended to be on this compilation, but were sorted out in the last minute. 

011000A  early October: MICK JAGGER.
                   promotional single (Virgin DPRO 16481). Producer: Lenny Kravitz.  Sound engineer:
                   Henry Hirsch. Recorded in Miami, Florida, Roxie Studios in late April 2001.
                   - God Gave Me Everything (MJ/Lenny Kravitz) -album version
                   - God Gave Me Everything (MJ/Lenny Kravitz) -Call Out Hook
                   Line-up: MJ (voc, harm)/Lenny Kravitz (gtr, bass, dr, tamb, bvoc)/Craig Ross (gtr)/
                                  Matt Knobel (protools)

011001A  1st October: THE ROLLING STONES.
                    4 CD's 'As It Happened' (Chrome Dreams CIS2002). Interview-disc-set, incl.
                    - interviews with MJ
                    - interviews with BJ
                    - interview with KR
                    - interview with CW
                    - interview with BW
                    - interview with RW

011002A  2nd October: DWIGHT YOAKAM.
                   CD ‘South Of Heaven, West Of Hell’ (Warner Brothers 48012). Incl.
                   - What’s Left Of Me (MJ/Dwight Yoakam) -composer credit only!

011003A  3rd October: UK radio (BBC) ‘London Live’, incl.
                   - interview with BW (Sticky Fingers Café, London)

011004A  4th October: UK radio (Capital Radio) ‘Classical Gold’, incl.
                   - interview with BW by Mike Sweeney (London 25.9.01)
                   Note: Aired in three parts.

011005A  5th October: RONNIE WOOD. UK TV (ITV) ‘Lily Live’, London, incl.
                   - interview with RW
                   - Leaving Here (Eddie Holland/Lamont Dozier/Brian Holland)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, voc)/Jesse Wood (gtr)/Leah Wood (bvoc)/Mark Wells (bass)/
                                  Martin Wright (dr)

011006A  6th October: ALL STAR BAND. Bob Geldof’s home, Kent, England.
                   Jam-sessions at Geldof's 50th birthday, incl. (all unverified):
                   - Miss You (MJ/KR)
                   - Like A Rolling Ston (Bob Dylan)
                   - Route 66 (Bobby Troup)
                   Line-up: MJ (voc)/BW (bass)/Bob Geldof (harm)/Gary Kemp (gtr)/Roger
                                  Taylor (dr)

011006B  6th October: US radio (Westwood One) 'Off The Record'. Host: Joe Benson. Incl.
                   - interview with BW
                   - interview with KR
                   - interview with MJ

011010A  10th October: UK radio (BBC Radio York) ‘The Gerry Scott Show’, incl.
                    - interview with BW by Gerry Scott (about Blues Odyssey-book)

011010B  10th October: UK radio (BBC Northern Ireland)
                    - interview with BW by John Benett (about Blues Odyssey-book)

011010C  10th October: UK radio (BBC Radio Stoke) ‘The Den Siegertsz Show’, incl.
                    - live-interview with BW by Den Siegertsz (about Blues Odyssey-book)

011010D  10th October: UK radio (BBC Radio Derby) ‘Mid-Morning Show’, incl.
                    - interview with BW by John Holmes (about Blues Odyssey-book)

011010E  10th October: UK radio (BBC Radio Suffolk), incl.
                    - interview with BW by Steven Foster (about Blues Odyssey-book)

011010F  10th October: UK radio (RTE Radio One) ‘Rattlebag’, incl.
                    - interview with BW by Miles Dungan (about Blues Odyssey-book)

011011A  11th October: UK radio (BBC Radio Northampton) ‘Bernie Keith Show’, incl.
                    - interview with BW by Bernie Keith (about Blues Odyssey-book)

011011B  11th October: UK radio (BBC Radio Newcastle) ‘Julia Hankin Show’, incl.
                    - interview with BW by Julia Hankin (about Blues Odyssey-book)

011012A  12th October: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. Cardiff, Wales, Sherman Theatre
                   Note: Probably aired (at least in parts) on BBC2 on October 15 and later also on
                             BBC3's 'Best Of Jazz'-programme.

011013A  13th October: UK radio (BBC Radio Scotland) ‘Janice Forsyth Show’, incl.
                    - interview with BW by Janice Forsythe (taped 10.10.01)

011015A  15th October: UK radio (BBC Nottingham)
                    - interview with BW by Brian Tansley (taped 10.10.01)

011000A  October: MICK JAGGER. Los Angeles, California. Shooting of a promofilm.
                   Director: Mark Romanek. Starring: MJ, Lenny Kravitz & Shannon Sossamon.
                   - God Gave Me Everything (MJ/Lenny Kravitz) 

011000B  October: KR and ca. 60 other celebrities record a public service announcement
                    in the wake of the terrorism act in New York City. To be aired in radio and
                    classrooms.

011016A  16th October: UK radio (BBC Radio Cambridge) ‘Arts East’
                    - interview with BW by Mandy Morton (Cambridge; Blues Odyssey-book)

011016B  16th October: UK radio (BBC Radio Cambridge) ‘Drive Time’
                    - interview with BW (Cambridge; about Blues Odyssey-book)

011018A  18th October: US TV (VH-1) ‘VH-1/Vogue Fashion Awards’, New York City,
                    Hammerstein Ballroom, incl.
                    - MJ hands out the Leading Man Of The Year-award to Jim Carrey
                    Note: Aired on the 23rd October.

011018B  18th October: Scottish TV (STV) ‘Scotland Today’, incl.
                   - interview with BW by Louise White (in Glasgow, Blues Odyssey-book)

011018C  18th October: Scottish TV (STV) ‘STV News’, incl.
                   - interview with BW by Karen Greenshields (in Glasgow, Blues Odyssey-book)

011019A  19th October: MICK JAGGER & KEITH RICHARDS. New York City,
                    Madison Square Garden. Rehearsals. (See 011020A).

011019B  19th October: UK TV (BBC) ‘Top Of The Pops’. Special edition, incl.
                    - interview with KR

011020A  20th October: MICK JAGGER & KEITH RICHARDS. New York City,
                   Madison Square Garden, ‘The Concert For New York City’.
                   - Salt Of The Earth (MJ/KR)
                   - Miss You (MJ/KR)
                   Line-up: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, voc)/Paul Shaffer (keyb)/Felicia Collins (gtr)/
                                  Sid McGinnis (gtr)/Will Lee (bass)/Anton Fig (dr)/Alan Chez (tp)/
                                  Tom Malone (tb)/Bruce Kapler (sax)/Nikki Richards, Elaine Caswell &
                                  Curtis King (bvoc)
                   Note: Broadcast live on VH-1 TV and many more TV & radio stations all over
                             the world. See also 011127A & 020129A. 

011021A  21st October: US TV (CNN) ‘Headline News’, incl.
                   - interview with KR (backstage at MSG, 20.10.)

011026A  26th October: US TV (ABC) ‘Radio Music Awards’, incl.
                   - footage from the upcoming documentation Being Mick (to be aired
                       22.11.2001 on ABC TV)

011027A  27th October: UK TV (ITV) ‘Frank Skinner Show’, incl.
                   - interview with BW by Frank Skinner (taped 26.10.01)
                   + BW plays bass on the closing song with the Ronnie Verrell Band

011029A  29th October: BILL WYMAN’S RHYTHM KINGS.
                   DVD 'In Concert - Ohne Filter' (Inakustik INAK 6506-2, -Germany). Filmed
                   live in Baden Baden, Germany, 26th April 2000. Incl.
                   (Let The Good Times Roll/Walking One And Only/Jitterbug Boogie/Melody/
                    Jump, Jive & Wail/I Put A Spell On You/Anyway The Wind Blows/Baby
                    Workout/Mystery Train/Hello Little Boy/Groovin’/Tear It Up)
                   Line-up: BW (bass)/Gary Brooker (keyb, voc)/Georgie Fame (keyb, voc)/Terry
                                  Taylor (gtr, bvoc)/Albert Lee (gtr, voc)/Graham Broad (dr)/Beverley
                                  Skeete (voc)/Frank Mead (asax, flute, harm)/Nick Payn (tsax, flute,
                                  harm)/Janice Hoyte (voc)

29th October - 3rd November: CHARLIE WATTS & HIS TENTET. Tokyo-dates.
                  Line-up: CW (dr)/Peter King (sax)/Julian Arguelles (sax)/Alan Barnes (bsax,
                                 clarinette)/Gerard Presencer (tp, flugelhorn)/Luis Jardim (perc, voc on
                                 ‘Tin Tin Deo’)Henry Lowther (tp, flugelhorn)/Mark Nightingale (tb)/
                                 Anthony Kerr (vibraphone)/David Green (contrabass)/Brian Lemon (p) 

011029B  29th October: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. Tokyo, Japan, The Blue Note
                   (1st show)
011029C  29th October: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. Tokyo, Japan, The Blue Note
                   (2nd show)

011030A  30th October: VARIOUS ARTISTS.
                    DVD ‘American Roots Music’ (Palm Pictures Palm DVD 3039). Incl.
                    - interview with KR (about Robert Johnson and Muddy Waters)

011030B  30th October: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. Tokyo, Japan, The Blue Note
                    (1st show)
011030C  30th October: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. Tokyo, Japan, The Blue Note
                    (2nd show)
011031A  31st October: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. Tokyo, Japan, The Blue Note
                     (1st show)
011031B  31st October: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. Tokyo, Japan, The Blue Note
                     (2nd show) 

011101A  1st November: US TV (Bravo) ‘Bill Wyman's Blues Odyssey’, Blues-special, incl.
                    - interview with BW by Clarke Peters
                    - Too Late (Willie Dixon) -The Rhythm Kings, live
                    - unidentified blues (Tampa Red) -by BW (voc) and Terry Taylor (gtr)
                    - Let The Good Times Roll (Fleccie Moore/Sam Theard) -The Rhythm Kings, live
                    - Mystery Train (Sam Parker/Herman Phillips) -The Rhythm Kings, live
                    - interview with B.B. King by BW
                    - interview with Buddy Guy by BW
                    - interview with William Morganfield by BW
                    - interview with Mike Love
                    - interview with Sam Phillips
                    - interview with Mick Fleetwood
                    - interview with Otis Rush
                    - interview with Sam Parker
                    Note: Released on DVD by October 2002 (see 021009A).

011101B  1st November: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. Tokyo, Japan, The Blue Note
                     (1st show)
011101C  1st November: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. Tokyo, Japan, The Blue Note
                     (2nd show)

011102A  2nd November: German radio (WDR) ‘Radio 1 Live’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ (live in Cologne, Germany) by Steffi Klaus

011102B  2nd November: German TV (ARD) ‘Brisant’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ (in Cologne, Germany) 

011102C  2nd November: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. Tokyo, Japan, The Blue Note
                    (1st show)
011102D  2nd November: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. Tokyo, Japan, The Blue Note
                    (2nd show) 

011103A  3rd November: German radio (WDR) ‘Radio 1 Live’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ (Cologne, Germany 2.11.01) by Miriam Pielhau

011103B  3rd November: UK radio (BBC2) ‘Jonathan Ross Show’, incl.
                   - interview with BW by Jonathan Ross

011103C  3rd November: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. Tokyo, Japan, The Blue Note
                   (1st show)
                   (Mainstem/Anthony’s Dice/Faction/Roll ‘Em Charlie/Body And Soul/Band
                     introduction/Tin Tin Deo/Take The A Train/Things Ain’t What They Used To Be)

011103D  3rd November: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. Tokyo, Japan, The Blue Note
                   (2nd show)
                   (Sunset And The Mocking Bird/Little Willie Leaps/Chasing Reality-Faction/
                     Band introduction/Airto/The Elvin Suite/Take The A Train)

011105A  5th November: MICK JAGGER.
                   Single-CD (Virgin VUSCD231). Producers: Lenny Kravitz; MJ & Matt  Clifford.
                   Sound engineers: Henry Hirsch; Max Heyes.
                   - God Gave Me Everything (MJ/Lenny Kravitz)
                   - Blue (MJ/Matt Clifford) -non-album-track
                   - Goddess In The Doorway (MJ/Matt Clifford) -instrumental version
                   Line-ups ‘God Gave Me Everything’ & ‘Goddess In The Doorway’: see 011112A.
                   Line-up ‘Blue’: see 010700A.

6th - 11th November: CHARLIE WATTS & HIS TENTET. New York City-dates.
                 Line-up: CW (dr)/Peter King (sax)/Julian Arguelles (sax)/Alan Barnes (sax, clarinette)/
                                Gerard Presencer (tp, flugelhorn, el p)/Henry Lowther (tp, flugelhorn)/
                                Mark Nightingale (tb)/Luis Jardim (perc)/Anthony Kerr (vibes)/David
                                Green (bass)/Brian Lemon (p)

011106A  6th November: CHARLIE WATTS. New York City, The Blue Note (1st show)
011106B  6th November: CHARLIE WATTS.  New York City, The Blue Note (2nd show)
011107A  7th November: CHARLIE WATTS. New York City, The Blue Note (1st show)
011107B  7th November: CHARLIE WATTS.  New York City, The Blue Note (2nd show)

011107C  7th November: UK radio (BBC2) ‘Bright Lights, Big City’. Blues-special.
                   Host: BW. Part one. Incl.
                   - interview with Lonnie Donegan by BW (recorded in London, 8.10.01)
                   Note: Series in eight parts. To be broadcast on Wednesdays until December 26.

011108A  8th November: CHARLIE WATTS. New York City, The Blue Note (1st show)
011108B  8th November: CHARLIE WATTS.  New York City, The Blue Note (2nd show)
011109A  9th November: CHARLIE WATTS. New York City, The Blue Note (1st show)
011109B  9th November: CHARLIE WATTS.  New York City, The Blue Note (2nd show)

011109C  9th November: US TV (MTV) ‘Total Request Live’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ

011110A  10th November: UK radio (BBC Radio 4) ‘French Cricket’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Nick Clarke

011110B  10th November: CHARLIE WATTS. New York City, The Blue Note (1st show)
011110C  10th November: CHARLIE WATTS.  New York City, The Blue Note (2nd show)

011110D  10th November: US radio (WW1) ‘Goddess In The Doorway World Premiere’
                    - interview with MJ

011111A  11th November: RONNIE WOOD. Richmond, England, Richmond Theatre,
                    ‘Night Of Nights’ (unverified):
                     - Richmond (RW/Ronnie Lane)
                    - Whadd’ya Think (RW)
                     - Ooh La La (RW/Ronnie Lane)
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, voc)/Jesse Wood (gtr)/Mark Wells (gtr)/Martin Wright
                                   (tamb, bvoc)

011111B  11th November: CHARLIE WATTS. New York, The Blue Note (1st show)
011111C  11th November: CHARLIE WATTS.  New York, The Blue Note (2nd show)

011111D  11th November: French radio (RTL)
                    - interview with MJ (in French; Paris, Plaza Athenee 5.11.2001)

011112A  12th November: MICK JAGGER.
                   CD ‘Goddess In The Doorway’ (Virgin VJCP 68350, -Japan). Producers: MJ,
                   Matt Clifford & Chris Potter; MJ & Marti Frederiksen; MJ, Jerry Duplessis &
                   Wyclef Jean; Lenny Kravitz. Recorded in various studios in Spring and Summer.
                   - Visions of Paradise (MJ/Matt Clifford/Rob Thomas)
                   - Joy (MJ)
                   - Dancing in the Starlight (MJ/Matt Clifford)
                   - God Gave Me Everything (MJ/LennyKravitz)
                   - Hide Away (MJ)
                   - Don't Call Me Up (MJ)
                   - Goddess in the Doorway (MJ/Matt Clifford)
                   - Lucky Day (MJ)
                   - Everybody Getting High (MJ)
                   - Gun (MJ/Matt Clifford)
                   - Too Far Gone (MJ)
                   - If Things Could Be Different (MJ) -Japan-only bonustrack
                   - Brand New Set of Rules (MJ)
                   + hidden bonus track (MJ/Matt Clifford?)
                   Line-up ‘Visions Of Paradise’: MJ (voc, gtr)/Matt Clifford (p, keyb, bvoc)/Rob
                                 Thomas (bvoc)/Marti Frederiksen (gtr, snare loop, bvoc)/Kyle Cook
                                 (gtr)/Phil Spalding (bass)/Ian Thomas (dr)/Lenny Castro (perc)/Mikal
                                 Reid (loop programming)/Steve Knightley (cello-mandolin)
                   Line-up ‘Joy’: MJ (voc, gtr, perc)/Bono (voc)/Matt Clifford (p, keyb, synth,
                                  bvoc)/Pete Townshend (gtr)/Phil Spalding (bass)/Ian Thomas (dr)/
                                  Ruby Turner (bvoc)
                    Line-up ‘Dancing in the Starlight’: MJ (voc, gtr)/Matt Clifford (p, keyb bass,
                                  bvoc)/Marti Frederiksen (gtr, bvoc)/Kenny Aronoff (dr)/Lenny Castro
                                  (perc)/Milton McDonald (gtr)/Ruby Turner (bvoc)
                    Line-up ‘God Gave Me Everything’: MJ (voc, harm)/Lenny Kravitz (gtr, bass, dr,
                                  tamb, bvoc)/Craig Ross (gtr)/Matt Knobel (protools)
                    Line-up ‘Hideaway’: MJ (voc, gtr)/Wyclef  Jean (gtr)/Matt Clifford (keyb)/Robert
                                  Aaron (keyb, flute, horn)/Jerry Duplessis (bass)/Serge Tsai (protools)/
                                  Ruby Turner (bvoc)
                   Line-up ‘Don't Call Me Up’: MJ (voc, gtr)/Matt Clifford (p, keyb)/Jim Keltner
                                 (dr)/Marti Frederiksen (gtr, bvoc)/Chris Frederiksen (bass)/Lenny
                                 Castro (perc)/Steve Knightley (cello-mandolin)
                   Line-up ‘Goddess in the Doorway’: MJ (voc, gtr)/Matt Clifford (keyb, mellotron
                                 strings, drum programming)/Max Heyes (dr programming)/Tatiana Okou
                                 (bvoc)/Phil Spalding (bass)/Ian Thomas (dr)/Paul Clarvis (perc)/Steve
                                 Knightley (cello-mandolin)
                   Line-up ‘Lucky Day’: MJ (voc, gtr, harm)/Matt Clifford (keyb, mellotron strings)/
                                 Phil Spalding (bass)/Ian Thomas (dr)/Mick Dolan (gtr)/Steve Sidwell
                                 (tp)/Chris White (tsax)/Neil Sidwell (tb)/Patsy Gamble (bsax)
                   Line-up ‘Everybody Getting High’: MJ (voc, gtr)/Joe Perry (gtr)/Matt Clifford 
                                 (p, keyb programming)/Marti Frederiksen (dr)/Kenny Aronoff (Indian
                                 dr)/Phil Spalding (bass)/Mikal Reid (loop programming)/Ruby Turner
                                 (bvoc)
                   Line-up ‘Gun’: MJ (voc, gtr, perc)/Pete Townshend (gtr)/Matt Clifford (keyb,
                                 mellotron, drum programming)/Phil Spalding (bass)/Ian Thomas (dr)/
                                 Max Heyes (drum programming)
                    Line-up ‘Too Far Gone’: MJ (voc, gtr)/Joe Perry (gtr)/Matt Clifford (p, keyb)/
                                  Marti Frederiksen (bass, gtr, bvoc)/Jim Keltner (dr)/Lenny Castro
                                  (perc)
                   Line-up ‘If Things Could Be Different’: MJ (voc, gtr)/Matt Clifford (keyb,
                                 pedal steel, org, perc, bvoc)/Phil Spalding (bass)/Ian Thomas (dr)/
                                 Mick Dolan (gtr)/Steve Knightley (gtr, cello-mandolin)
                   Line-up ‘Brand New Set Of Rules’: MJ (voc, gtr)/Matt Clifford (keyb,
                                 mellotron strings, bvoc)/Phil Spalding (bass)/Ian Thomas (dr)/
                                 Mick Dolan (gtr)/Elizabeth and Georgia May Jagger (bvoc)
                   Line-up hidden bonus-track: MJ (voc) & probably Matt Clifford (p)
                   Note: The hidden bonus track starts about 2 minutes after the last track ('Brand
                             New Set Of Rules’) has ended. It’s some piano sounds in a bar-like
                             environment with MJ mumbling some undecipherable words over them. 

011112B  12th November: US TV (PBS) ‘American Roots Music’, incl.
                    - interview with KR

011112C  12th November: Italian radio (RAI1) ‘Hobo’, incl.
                     - interview with MJ by Massimo Cotto (London, Mandarin Hotel)
                     Note: Part 1. Parts 2 - 5 were aired from November 13 - 16.

011114A  14th November: German TV (VIVA) ‘Fast Forward’
                    - interview with MJ by Charlotte Roche (Cologne, Germany)

011114B  14th November: UK radio (BBC2) ‘Bright Lights, Big City’. Blues-special.
                    Host: BW. Part two. Incl.
                    - interview with Georgie Fame by BW (recorded in London, 29.10.01)

011114C  14th November: UK TV (Sky One) ‘Lorraine’.
                    - interview with BW (Sticky Fingers Restaurant, London, 6.11.01)

011115A  15th November: MICK JAGGER. Los Angeles, California, El Rey Club
                    - God Gave Me Everything 1 (MJ/Lenny Kravitz)
                    - Visions of Paradise (MJ/Matt Clifford/Rob Thomas)
                    - Lucky Day (MJ)
                    - Everybody Getting High (MJ)
                    - Respectable (MJ/KR)
                    - Miss You (MJ/KR)
                    - God Gave Me Everything 2 (MJ/Lenny Kravitz)
                    Line-up: MJ (voc, gtr, harm)/Matt Clifford (keyb)/Bernard Fowler (bvoc)/
                                   & others
                     Note: The complete show was filmed for the upcoming Being Mick-special.

011115B  15th November: US TV (ABC) ‘Primetime Thursday’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Elizabeth Vargas

011116A  16th November: Dutch TV (NED3) ‘Barend & Witteman’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Sonja Barend (Amsterdam, Holland 3.11.2001)

011119A  19th November: RONNIE WOOD.
                   CD ‘Not For Beginners’ (SPV Records 085-72762, Germany). Producers: RW;
                    RW & Mark Wells. Sound engineers: Eoghan McCarron (1996 tracks), Mark
                    Wells (2001 tracks). Recorded in 1996 in Sandymount Studio (RW’s home
                    studio), St. Kildare, Ireland and in 2001 in London in RW’s basement studio.
                    - Wayside (RW)
                    - Rock‘n Roll Star (Chris Hillman/Roger McGuinn)
                    - Whadd'ya Think (RW)
                    - This Little Heart (RW)
                    - Leaving Here (Eddie Holland/Lamont Dozier/Brian Holland)
                    - Hypershine (RW)
                    - R U Behaving Yourself? (RW)
                    - Be Beautiful (RW)
                    - Wake Up You Beauty (RW)
                    - Interfere (RW)
                    - Real Hard Rocker (RW)
                    - Heart, Soul And Body (RW)
                     - King Of Kings (Bob Dylan)
                    Line-up ‘Wayside’: RW (gtr, p, dobro)/Mark Wells (bass)/Martin Wright (dr,
                                  perc)
                    Line-up ‘Rock‘n Roll Star’: RW (gtr, voc, pedal steel)/Jesse Wood (gtr)/Mark
                                  Wells (bass)/Martin Wright (dr, voc)
                    Line-up ‘Whadd’ya Think’: RW (gtr, voc, harm, pedal steel)/Kelly Jones (voc)/
                                  Jesse Wood (gtr)/Mark Wells (gtr)
                    Line-up ‘This Little Heart’: RW (gtr, voc, bass, p)/Leah Wood (voc)/Martin
                                  Wright (dr, bvoc)
                    Line-up ‘Leaving Here’: RW (gtr, voc, org)/Jesse Wood (gtr)/Leah Wood (bvoc)/
                                 Mark Wells (bass)/Martin Wright (dr, perc)
                    Line-up ‘Hypershine’: RW (gtr, mandolin)/Jesse Wood (gtr)/Mark Wells (bass)/
                                  Martin Wright (dr, perc)
                    Line-up ‘R U Behaving Yourself?’: RW (gtr, voc)/Ian McLagan (keyb)/Willie
                                  Weeks (bass)/Andy Newmark (dr)/Martin Wright (bvoc)
                    Line-up ‘Be Beautiful’: RW (gtr, voc, dr, pedal steel)/Jesse Wood (gtr)/Martin
                                  Wright (perc)
                     Line-up ‘Wake Up You Beauty’: RW (gtr, voc, pedal steel)/Jesse Wood (gtr)/
                                   Leah Wood (bvoc)/Mark Wells (bass, gtr)/Martin Wright (dr, voc)
                     Line-up ‘Interfere’: RW (gtr)/Bob Dylan (gtr)/Ian McLagan (p)/Willie Weeks
                                  (bass)/Scotty Moore (gtr)/D.J. Fontana (dr)/Ian Jenning (upright bass)
                     Line-up ‘Real Hard Rocker’: RW (gtr, voc, p, harm)/Mark Wells (bass)/Martin
                                  Wright (dr)
                     Line-up ‘Heart, Soul & Body’: RW (gtr, voc, harm)/Mark Wells (bass)/Martin
                                  Wright (dr)
                     Line-up ‘King Of Kings’: RW (gtr)/Bob Dylan (gtr)
                     Note: For more exact recording dates, see 960900A + B and 010600A.

011119B  19th November: UK radio (BBC2).
                    - interview with MJ

011119C  19th November: Internet/WWW (AOL).
                    - internet live-chat with MJ

011119D  19th November: German/Austrian/Swiss TV (3SAT) ‘Kulturzeit’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ (in London)

011119E  19th November: US TV (Sundance) ‘The Man Who Bought Mustique’, incl.
                    - footage of MJ

011121A  21st November: UK radio (BBC2) ‘Bright Lights, Big City’. Blues-special.
                   Host: BW. Part three. Incl.
                   - interview with Tom McGuiness by BW (recorded in London, 8.10.01)

011120A  20th November: German TV (ZDF) ‘Leute heute’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ (in Cologne)

011121A  21st November: MARIANNE FAITHFULL.
                    DVD ‘Dreaming My Dreams’ (Image Entertainment 9613, -US). Director:
                    Michael Collins, incl.
                    - interview with KR
                    Note: First shown on US VH-1 TV in May 1999 (see 990523A).

011122A  22nd November: UK TV (Channel 4) and US TV (ABC) ‘Being Mick’.
                   60-minute MJ-documentary, directed by Kevin MacDonald. Incl.
                     - MJ attending MTV Video Music Awards-show, New York City 6.9.2001
                    - MJ at his home in France demoing Gun, probably February 2000
                    - Rolling Stones-meeting in London, ca. Summer 2001
                    - recording Brand New Set Of Rules in London with Georgia May and Liz Jagger
                    - attending Elton John’s party with Liz, meeting up with Kate Winslet there
                    - visiting the Enigma-set
                    - recording Joy with Bono in Heidkamp, Germany 13.7.2001
                    - composing ?
                    - checking out London studio which digitalises Stones-outtakes from the 70’s
                    - recording Too Far Gone in Los Angeles, May or June 2001
                    - attending a test-screening for Enigma
                    - footage from Harrington House, London with RW 5.11.2000
                    - Dead Flowers (MJ/KR) -London with MJ & Liz Jagger (voc), Matt Clifford (p)
                    - recording God Gave Me Everything with Lenny Kravitz in Miami, April 2001
                    - Hickory Wind (Gram Parsons/Bob Buchanan) –MJ on piano and vocals
                    - recording Gun with Pete Townshend in London
                    - recording Hideaway with Wyclef Jean in New York City 21.7.2001
                    - Enigma premiere in London 24.9.2001
                    - Don’t Call Me Up (MJ) -closing; MJ on guitar and vocals, Matt Clifford on piano
                    + lots of private footage (on holidays, seeing the doctor, exercising, voting, ...)
                    + God Gave Me Everything (MJ/Lenny Kravitz) -live in L.A. 15.11.2001
                   Note: Released on DVD in April 2002 (see 020424A).

011123A  23rd November: French TV (TF1) ‘Le Journal’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ

011124A  24th November: CHARLIE WATTS & HIS TENTET. Barcelona, Spain,
                   La Cova Del Drac Jazzroom

011126A  26th November: UK radio (BBC5), incl.
                   - interview with BW (Sticky Fingers Restaurant, London)

011126B  26th November: US TV (NBC), incl.
                   - interview with BW (Sticky Fingers Restaurant, London)

011127A  27th November: VARIOUS ARTISTS.
                   Double-CD ‘The Concert For New York City’ (Columbia C2K 86270, USA).
                   Producers: Don DeVito, Chuck Plotkin, Bob Clearmountain, Thom Cadley.
                   Recorded live in New York, Madison Square Garden 20.10.2001. Incl.
                   - Miss You (MJ/KR) -by Mick Jagger & Keith Richards
                   - Salt Of The Earth (MJ/KR) -by Mick Jagger & Keith Richards
                   Line-up: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, voc)/Paul Shaffer (keyb)/Felicia Collins (gtr)/
                                  Sid McGinnis (gtr)/Will Lee (bass)/Anton Fig (dr)/Alan Chez (tp)/
                                  Tom Malone (tb)/Bruce Kapler (sax)/Nikki Richards, Elaine Caswell &
                                  Curtis King (bvoc)

011128A  28th November: UK radio (BBC2) ‘Bright Lights, Big City’. Blues-special.
                   Host: BW. Part four. Incl.
                   - interview with Muff Winwood by BW (recorded in London, 29.10.01)

011128B  28th November: UK TV ( ) ‘Jukebox Heroes’.
                   - interview with BW about John Leyton (London)
                   Note: Aired on a later date.

011130A  30th November: French TV (Canal Jimmy) 'Rock Press Club', incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Philippe Manoeuvre

011100A  November: RONNIE WOOD.
                   Promotional interview CD (Steamhammer SPV 80000083). Incl.
                   - interview with RW by Mariella Frostrup (about Not For Beginners,
                       at RW's home, Kingston Hill, Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey, 31.10.)
                   + enhanced bonus material (biography, photos, album cover)

011202A  2nd December: German TV (SAT1) ‘Stars 2001 - Die Aids Gala’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Kai Pflaume (via satellite from Los Angeles)

011202B  2nd December: MICK JAGGER. US TV (VH-1) ‘My VH-1 Music Awards '01’,
                   Los Angeles, California, Shrine Auditorium.
                   - God Gave Me Everything (MJ/Lenny Kravitz)
                   Line-up: MJ (voc, harm)/Lenny Kravitz (gtr, bvoc)/Craig Ross (gtr)/Jack Daley
                                  (bass)/Cindy Blackman (dr)

011200A  early December: MICK JAGGER.
                   promotional CD single (Virgin DPRO-16462, -US). Producers: MJ & Marti
                   Frederiksen. Sound engineer: Rich Chycki.
                   - Visions Of Paradise (MJ/Rob Thomas/Matt Clifford) -radio edit
                   - Visions Of Paradise (MJ/Rob Thomas/Matt Clifford) -album version
                   - Visions Of Paradise (MJ/Rob Thomas/Matt Clifford) -call out hook 1
                   - Visions Of Paradise (MJ/Rob Thomas/Matt Clifford) -call out hook 2
                   Line-up: MJ (voc, gtr)/Matt Clifford (p, org, bvoc)/Rob Thomas (bvoc)/Kyle
                                  Cook (gtr)/Marti Frederiksen (gtr, bvoc, snare loop)/Phil Spalding
                                  (bass)/Ian Thomas (dr)/Lenny Castro (perc)/Steve Knightley (cello-
                                  mandolin)/Mikal Reid (loop programming)

011204A  4th December: MICK JAGGER.
                   promotional CD ‘Interview Disc’ (Virgin Rec. America DPRO-16496).
                   Produced by Why Not Associates. Includes 43 interview segments with MJ,
                   done by Paul King in London, The Met Bar, 4.10.2001.

011205A  5th December: UK radio (BBC2) ‘Bright Lights, Big City’. Blues-special.
                   Host: BW. Part five. Incl.
                   - interview with Stan Webb by BW (recorded in London, 29.10.01)

011205B  5th December: Irish radio (Today FM) ‘Pet Sounds’, incl.
                   - interview with RW by Tom Dunne

8th - 12th December: RONNIE WOOD. Some Dublin/London-gigs.
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, voc, harm)/Jesse Wood (gtr)/Leah Wood (voc)/Mark Wells
                                   (bass)/Martin Wright (dr, perc, voc)/Tramper Price (keyb, bvoc)/Vinnie
                                   Karslake (voc, tamb)/Slash (gtr; voc; not all songs)/Frankie Gavin
                                   (fiddle; not all songs)

011208A  8th December: RONNIE WOOD. Dublin, Ireland, Vicar Street
                   (Rock'n 'Roll Star/Mystifies Me/Leaving Here/This Little Heart/Breathe On Me/
                    Whadd’ya Think/Ooh La La/Band introduction/Testify/Am I Groovin You/
                    Wayside/Flying/Hey Negrita/Take A Look At The Guy/Little Red Rooster/
                    Just Like Anything-Paradise City/Miss You/Far East Man/Jealous Guy/Crotch
                    Music/It’s Only Rock 'n' Roll/Around The Plynth-Gasoline Alley-That's All You
                    Need-Amazing Grace-Prodigal Son/Stay With Me)

011208B  8th December: MICK JAGGER. US TV (NBC) ‘Saturday Night Live’, New
                   York City. Host: Hugh Jackman. Incl.
                   - God Gave Me Everything (MJ/Lenny Kravitz)
                   - skit with Jimmy Fallon (who plays MJ’s image in a dressing room mirror)
                   - Visions Of Paradise (MJ/Rob Thomas/Matt Clifford)
                   - skit with Maya Rudolph (as Donatella Versace, MJ as Karl Lagerfeld)
                   + ending credits (shaking hands with the cast)
                   Line-up: MJ (voc, harm)/Matt Clifford (keyb)/Bernard Fowler (bvoc, tamb)/&
                                  unidentified backing band (gtr; gtr; bass; dr)
                   Note: Before the actual show there was a run through of the show with all songs
                             and skits played for a first time.

011208C  8th December: Swiss TV (SF1) ’10 vor 10’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ

011209A  9th December: French TV (France 2) ’Le Journal de 20h’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ

011210A  10th December: London, Harrington House.
                    Press conference by RW, Leah Wood and Jesse Wood.

011210B  10th December: German radio (DLF) ‘Rock et cetera’, “Stone Alone”.
                   - interview with MJ by Christiane Rebmann (London, Mandarin Oriental Hotel)

011211A  11th December: RONNIE WOOD. London, Shepherds Bush Empire
                    (Hey Negrita/Rock'n 'Roll Star/This Little Heart/Whadd’ya Think/Ooh La La/
                     Testify/Am I Groovin You/ Flying/Far East Man/Jealous Guy/Leaving Here/
                     Take A Look At The Guy/Mystifies Me/Miss You/Little Red Rooster/Just Like
                     Anything-Paradise City/Crotch Music/It’s Only Rock 'n' Roll/Around The
                     Plynth-Gasoline Alley-Stay With Me)
                    Note: With special guest Andrea Corr (voc, flute) on ‘Ooh La La’, ‘Far East
                              Man’ and ‘It’s Only Rock’n Roll’. Slash played from ‘Testify’ onwards.
                              The whole show was professionally filmed and in most parts released
                              on DVD in 2002 (see 021014B).
                              Parts of the show were also filmed on private video.

011212A  12th December: RONNIE WOOD. London, CC Club
                    (Leaving Here/This Little Heart/Whadd’ya Think/Ooh La La/Testify/
                     Am I Groovin You/ Flying/Far East Man/Miss You/Little Red Rooster/
                     Just Like Anything-Paradise City/Crotch Music/It’s Only Rock 'n' Roll/
                     Around The Plynth-Gasoline Alley-Prodigal Son/Stay With Me)
                    Note: With special guest Andrea Corr (voc, flute) on ‘Ooh La La’, ‘Far East
                              Man’ and ‘It’s Only Rock’n Roll’. Slash played from ‘Testify’ onwards.

011212B  12th December: Mexican TV (Canal de las Estrellas), incl.
                    - interview with MJ

011212C  12th December: UK radio (BBC2) ‘Bright Lights, Big City’. Blues-special.
                    Host: BW. Part six. Incl.
                    - interview with Jack Bruce by BW (recorded in London, 6.11.01)

011213A  13th December: US radio (National Public Radio/NPR) 'Morning Edition', incl.
                    - interview with BW by Renee Montagne (London, BBC’s Bush House 1.11.01)

011214A  14th December: RONNIE WOOD. UK TV (BBC1) ‘Friday Night With
                    Jonathan Ross’, incl.
                    - interview with RW by Jonathan Ross
                    - This Little Heart (RW)
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, voc)/Jesse Wood (gtr)/Leah Wood (voc)/Mark Wells (bass)/
                                   Martin Wright (dr)

011217A  17th December: UK radio (BBC World Service). Host: BW.
                    BW plays some favourite songs.

011219A  19th December: UK radio (BBC2) ‘Bright Lights, Big City’. Blues-special.
                    Host: BW. Part seven. Incl.
                    - interview with Wilco Johnson by BW (recorded in London, 6.11.01)

011223A  23rd December: Dutch TV (TMF). Rolling Stones-special.

011224A  24th December: US TV (VH-1) ‘Goddess In The Doorway’, MJ-special, incl.
                    - interview with MJ
                    - God Gave Me Everything (MJ/Lenny Kravitz) -live Los Angeles 15.11.2001
                    - Visions of Paradise (MJ/Matt Clifford/Rob Thomas) -live Los Angeles
                         15.11.2001
                    - Everybody Getting High (MJ) -live Los Angeles 15.11.2001

011225A  25th December: European TV (EuroNews) ‘Cult’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ (L.A. 15.11.01)

011226A  26th December: UK radio (BBC2) ‘Bright Lights, Big City’. Blues-special.
                   Host: BW. (Final) part eight . Incl.
                   - interview with Dick Heckstall-Smith by BW (recorded in London, 6.11.01)

011229A  29th December: UK TV (ITV1) ‘Classic Albums’, incl.
                   - interview with KR (about Elvis' first album)

011231A  31st December: RONNIE WOOD. UK TV (BBC2) ‘Jools' 9th Annual
                   Hootenanny’, incl.
                   - Little Queenie (Chuck Berry) -with Slash on guitar
                   - My Sweet Lord (George Harrison) -with Beverley Knight, Sam Brown, John
                         Cale & David Gray on vocals
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, voc)/Jools Holland (p, voc)/& The Jools Holland Rhythm &
                                  Blues Orchestra
                   Note: Airing date. Recorded on the 12th December in London.