2004

040101A  1st January: UK radio (BBC2) ‘Rhythm & Blues”, incl.
                    - interview with BW by Paul Jones (about Alexis Korner).

040117A  17th January: UK radio (Jazz FM) ‘Behind The Mike”. Host: BW.
                    BW plays his favourite jazz and blues songs.

20th - 25th January: BILL WYMAN’S RHYTHM KINGS. British Tour (2nd leg).
                 Line-up: BW (bass, voc)/Georgie Fame (voc, org)/Mike Sanchez (p, voc)/Terry
                                Taylor (gtr, bvoc)/Albert Lee (gtr, voc)/Graham Broad (dr)/Beverly
                                Skeete (voc)/Frank Mead (sax, perc)/Nick Payn (sax, flute, harm)/

040120A  20th January: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Portsmouth, England, Guildhall
                   (I Got A Woman/Jitterbug Boogie/Jump, Jive & Wail/Baby Workout/Kiddio/
                    Down In The Bottom/You Never Can Tell/Mule Skinner Blues/Days Like This/
                    I’ll Be Satisfied/Race With The Devil/Hit The Road Jack/Mockingbird/Real
                    Wild Child/Pink Champagne/Flat Foot Sam/Comin' Home Baby/Lights
                    Out/I Put A Spell On You/Tell You A Secret/Band introduction/Je Suis Un
                    Rock Star/Chicken Shack Boogie/Tear It Up)

040121A  21st January: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Plymouth, England, Pavilion

040122A  22nd January: US TV (MTV2) ‘Hong Kong Rocks’, incl.
                   - Angie (MJ/KR) -Hong Kong 7.11.2003
                   - interview with MJ (in Hong Kong)
                   - interview with KR (in Hong Kong)
                   - It’s Only Rock’n Roll (MJ/KR) -Hong Kong 7.11.2003

040122B  22nd January: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Bournemouth, England, Pavilion
                   (I Got A Woman/Jitterbug Boogie/Jump, Jive & Wail/Baby Workout/Kiddio/
                    Down In The Bottom/You Never Can Tell/Mule Skinner Blues/Days Like This/
                    Jump Back Baby/I’ll Be Satisfied/Race With The Devil/Hit The Road Jack/
                    Mockingbird/Real Wild Child/Pink Champagne/Comin' Home Baby/Lights
                    Out/I Put A Spell On You/Tell You A Secret/Band introduction/Je Suis Un
                   Rock Star/Chicken Shack Boogie/Tear It Up)
                  Note: The whole show was professionally filmed (see 040524A).

040123A  23rd January: Leicester, England, De Montfort Hall. Backstage.
                    - interview with BW by Dieter Hoffmann & Adrian Turner

040123B  23rd January: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Leicester, England, De Montfort Hall, incl.
                   (I Got A Woman/Jitterbug Boogie/Jump, Jive & Wail/Baby Workout/Kiddio/
                    Down In The Bottom/You Never Can Tell/Mule Skinner Blues/Days Like This/
                    Jump Back/I’ll Be Satisfied/Race With The Devil/Hit The Road Jack/
                    Mockingbird/Comin' Home Baby/Pink Champagne/Flat Foot Sam)


040124A  24th January: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Ipswich, England, Regent Theatre

040125A  25th January: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Salford Quays, England, The Lowry
                   (I Got A Woman/Jitterbug Boogie/Jump, Jive & Wail/Baby Workout/Kiddio/
                    Down In The Bottom/You Never Can Tell/Mule Skinner Blues/Days Like This/
                    Jump Back Baby/I’ll Be Satisfied/Race With The Devil/Hit The Road Jack/
                    Mockingbird/Pink Champagne/Comin' Home Baby/Flat Foot Sam/Real Wild
                    Child/I Put A Spell On You/Tell You A Secret/Band introduction/Je Suis Un
                   Rock Star/Chantilly Lace/Tear It Up)
                  Note: The whole show was professionally filmed (see 040524A).

040100A  January: BILL WYMAN’S RHYTHM KINGS.
                   DVD ‘Live At The Embassy Rooms’ (Ripple Records). Filmed live at
                   Embassy Rooms, London on June 24, 1999. Incl.
                   (Let The Good Times Roll/Walking One And Only/Too Late/Motorvatin’
                    Mama/Walking On My Own/Melody/Jump, Jive & Wail/Heartbreaker/
                    Green River/Spooky/Anyway The Wind Blows/Comin' Home Baby/Baby You
                    Got What It Takes/Bad To Be Alone/Mystery Train/I’ll Be Satisfied/Tear
                    It Up/Baby Workout/Land Of 1000 Dances)
                   Note: Only released through BW's webshop for a very short period of time.
                              Re-released (incomplete, but in a wider distribution with bonus-footage) in
                              2017, see 170203A.

12th - 14h Febrary: BILL WYMAN’S RHYTHM KINGS. France Gigs.
                 Line-up: BW (bass, voc)/Georgie Fame (voc, org)/Mike Sanchez (p, voc)/Terry
                                Taylor (gtr, bvoc)/Albert Lee (gtr, voc)/Graham Broad (dr)/Beverly
                                Skeete (voc)/Frank Mead (sax, perc)/Nick Payn (sax, flute, harm)

040212A  12th February: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Istres, France, L’Usine

040212B  12th February: UK radio (BBC2) ‘Memories Of The Blues’. Part 1. Incl.
                    - interview with RW by George Melly
                    - interview with BW by George Melly
                    Note: Also in parts 2 - 6, which were aired on a weekly shedule.

040213A  13th February: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Firminy, France, Le Majestic
040214A  14th February: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Cleon, France, Centre Culturel

040226A  26th February: ROD STEWART. New York City, Madison Square Garden. Incl.
                   - Around The Plynth (RW/Rod Stewart) -intro by RW only
                   - Stay With Me (RW/Rod Stewart)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Jeff Golub (gtr)/Conrad Korsch (bass)/
                                  Henry Hey (keyb)/David Palmer (dr)/Don Kirkpatrick (gtr)/Chuck
                                  Kentis (keyb)/Esther Nicholson, Natasha Pearce & Julie Delgardo (bvoc)
                   Note: A private video of both songs exists.

040227A  27th February: US TV (PBS) ‘The Charlie Rose Show’, incl.
                   - interview with RW by Charlie Rose (New York City)
                   Note: Released on DVD in 2006 (see 060815B)

040300A  March: PEOPLE BAND.
                   CD 'People Band 1968' (Emanem 4102). Producer: CW. Recorded in London,
                   Olympic Sound Studios, 1.10.68, with exception of 'Home Trio' which was
                    recorded at Mel Davis' home studio. Re-release with three bonus-tracks:
                   - Home Trio (People Band) -Lyn Dobson on sax; previously appended to Part 1
                   - Part 1 (People Band)
                   - Part 2 (People Band)
                   - Conduction 1 (People Band) -previously unreleased
                   - Skip To Part 3 (People Band) -previously unreleased
                   - Part 3 (People Band)
                   - Conduction 2 (People Band) -previously unreleased
                   - Part 4 (People Band)
                   - Part 5 (People Band)
                   - Conduction 3 (People Band) -previously appended to Part 5
                   - Part 6 (People Band)
                   Line-up: George Khan (tsax, flute)/Terry Day (dr, asax)/Mel Davis (p, tb, cello)/
                                  Eddie Edem (tp, congas)/Tony Edwards (dr, djembi)/Mike Figgis
                                  (flugelhorn, acgtr)/Frank Flowers (double bass)/Terry Holman (double
                                  bass, one-string thing-a-phone)/Russel Hardy (p, keyb)

040302A  2nd March: DB BOULEVARD. San Remo, Italy, ‘Festival Di San Remo’
                   - Bastera (Alessio Ventura/R. Palo/D. Benedetti)
                   Line-up: BW (bass)/Alessio Ventura (voc)/Roxy (gtr)/Diego Braggio (keyb)/
                                  Alfred Azetto (keyb)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/& unknown string orchestra
                   Note: Telecast live on Italian Rai Uno TV.

040303A  3rd March: BLUES BROTHERS BAND. San Remo, Italy, Morgana Pub, incl.
                    - Sweet Home Chicago (Robert Johnson) -unverified
                    Line-up: BW (bass)/Steve Cropper (gtr)/Lou Marini (tb)/John Tropea (gtr)/
                                   Alan Rubin (tp)/John Paparozzi (voc, harm)/Eddie Floyd (voc)

040304A  4th March: DB BOULEVARD. San Remo, Italy, ‘Festival Di San Remo’
                   - Bastera (Alessio Ventura/R. Palo/D. Benedetti)
                   Line-up: BW (bass)/Alessio Ventura (voc)/Roxy (gtr)/Diego Braggio (keyb)/
                                  Alfred Azetto (keyb)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/& unknown string orchestra
                   Note: Telecast live on Italian Rai Uno TV.

040305A  5th March: DB BOULEVARD. San Remo, Italy, ‘Festival Di San Remo’
                   - Bastera (Alessio Ventura/R. Palo/D. Benedetti)
                   Line-up: BW (bass)/Alessio Ventura (voc)/Roxy (gtr)/Diego Braggio (keyb)/
                                  Alfred Azetto (keyb)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/& unknown string orchestra
                   Note: As part of a music competition BW played on three days with DB Boulevard.
                             Telecast live on Italian Rai Uno TV.


040305B  5th March: UK TV (BBC4) ‘Gram Parsons - Fallen Angel’, incl.
                   - interview with KR

040310A  10th March: French radio (France Inter) ‘Le Fou De Roi’’, incl.
                    - interview with BW by Stephane Bern

040315A  15th March: ALL STAR BAND. New York City, Waldorf Astoria Hotel,
                    ‘19th Annual Rock’n Roll Hall Of Fame’-ceremony, incl.
                    - speech by KR (inducting ZZ Top)
                    - speech by MJ (inducting Rolling Stone-magazine founder Jann Wenner)
                    - Sweet Little Rock’n Roller (Chuck Berry)
                    - Feelin’ Alright (Dave Mason)
                    + maybe more
                    Musicians: KR (gtr)/Dave Mason (voc, gtr)/Billy Gibbons (gtr, bvoc)/Jackson
                                        Browne (gtr, voc)/Tom Petty (gtr, voc)/Kid Rock (voc)/The Dells
                                        (bvoc)/Dusty Hill (bass)/Steve Winwood (el p, voc)/Jim Capaldi
                                        (perc)/Jeff Lynne (gtr)/Anton Fig (dr)/Paul Shaffer (musical
                                        director)/& others
                    Note: Parts of the ceremony were aired on US TV (VH-1) on March 21.

040315B  15th March: BILL WYMAN’S RHYTHM KINGS. London, Royal Albert
                    Hall, ‘One Generation 4 Another’
                    - I Got A Woman (Ray Charles)
                    - Flat Foot Sam (Oscar Wills)
                    - Kiddio (Brook Benton/Clyde Otis)
                    - Baby Workout (Alonzo Tucker/Jackie Wilson)
                    - Too Late (Willie Dixon) -Paul Carrack on vocals
                    - How Long (Paul Carrack) -Paul Carrack on vocals
                    - Hi-Heel Sneakers (Robert Higginbotham) -Paul Carrack on vocals
                    - Bring It On Home To Me (Sam Cooke) -Paul Carrack on vocals
                    - Let The Good Times Roll (Sam Theard/Fleccie Moore) -Roger Chapman on vocals
                    - Drive (Ric Ocasek) -Roger Chapman on vocals
                    - Bring It On Home (Willie Dixon) -Roger Chapman on vocals
                    - Comin' Home Baby (Bob Dorough/Ben Tucker) -Peter Green on guitar
                    - Black Magic Woman (Peter Green) -Peter Green on guitar
                    - When You Got A Good Friend (Robert Johnson) -Eric Clapton on guitar
                    - Little Queen Of Spades (Robert Johnson) -Eric Clapton on guitar
                    - Reconsider Baby (Lowell Fulson) -Eric Clapton on guitar
                    - Riot In Cell Block #9 (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller) -Bob Geldof on vocals
                    - Route 66 (Bobby Troup) -Bob Geldof on vocals
                    - I Put A Spell On You (Jalacy Hawkins)
                    - Stagger Lee (Trad., arr. by BW/Gary Brooker) -Gary Brooker on vocals
                    - Lead Me To The Water (Gary Brooker) -Gary Brooker on vocals
                    - Land Of 1000 Dances (Chris Kenner/Antoine Domino) -with everybody joining in
                    Line-up: BW (bass)/Georgie Fame (voc, org)/Mike Sanchez (p)/Terry
                                   Taylor (gtr)/Graham Broad (dr)/Beverly Skeete (voc)/Frank Mead
                                   (sax)/Nick Payn (sax, flute)
                    Note: Charity concert in aid for Lord Taverner’s Charity.


 040319A  19th March: UK TV (Sky Channel) ‘Sports News’, incl.
                     - MJ as spectator at a cricket match in Port Of Spain, Trinidad
                     + possibly interview with MJ by David Gower

040324A  24th March: UK radio (BBC London) ‘Breakfast Show’, incl.
                    - interview with CW by Danny Baker

040326A  26th March: Los Angeles, California. Premiere of the movie ‘Mayor Of The
                   Sunset Strip’. Director: George Hickenlooper. With a cameo of MJ as himself.

040330A  30th March: THE STEREOPHONICS. London, Royal Albert Hall, incl.
                    - Handbags And Gladrags (Mike D’Abo)
                    - Don’t Let Me Down (John Lennon/Paul McCartney)
                    - Ooh La La (RW/Ronnie Lane)
                    Line-up: RW (gtr)/Kelly Jones (voc, gtr)/Richard Jones (bass)/Steve Gorman (dr)
                    Note: Charity concert in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust.
                              The concert was professionally filmed.

040401A  1st April: JOOLS HOLLAND & HIS RHYTHM & BLUES ORCHESTRA.
                    London, Royal Albert Hall, incl.
                    - Ooh La La (RW/Ronnie Lane) -unverified
                    Line-up: RW (voc, gtr)/Jesse Wood (gtr)/Leah Wood (bvoc)/Jools Holland (p)/
                                   & Jools Holland’s Rhythm & Blues Orchestra (all other instruments)
                    Note: Charity concert in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust.

5th - 17th April: 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, voc on Tin Tin Deo)/Anthony
                                 Kerr (vibraphone)/David Green (bass)/Tom Cawley (p)/Iain Dixon (tsax,
                                 ssax, bass clarinette)/Andy Wood (tb)

040405A  5th April: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. London, Ronnie Scott’s (1st show)
040405B  5th April: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. London, Ronnie Scott’s (2nd show)

040406A  6th April: TOOTS AND THE MAYTALS.
                   CD ‘True Love’ (V2 Records 63881-27186-2, -US). Producer: Richard Feldman.
                   Sound engineer: Charles Martinez. Recorded in New York City, Dangerous
                   Music Studios in May 2003. Incl.
                   - Careless Ethoipians (Frederick Hibbert)
                   Line-up: KR (gtr, bvoc)/Toots Hibbert (org, voc)/Paul Douglas (dr)/Jackie Jackson
                                  (bass)/Charles Farquharson (keyb)/Dwight Pickney (gtr)/Dean Fraser
                                  (sax)/David Madden (tp)/Ronald Robinson (tb)/Sticky (perc)/Leba
                                  Thomas & Jenieve Hibbert Bailey (bvoc)

040406B  6th April: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. London, Ronnie Scott’s (1st show)
040406C  6th April: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. London, Ronnie Scott’s (2nd show)
040407A  7th April: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. London, Ronnie Scott’s (1st show)
040407B  7th April: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. London, Ronnie Scott’s (2nd show)

040408A  8th April: VARIOUS ARTISTS. London, Royal Albert Hall, ‘Ronnie Lane
                   Memorial’
                   - Ooh La La (RW/Ronnie Lane) -by RW & Slim Chance
                   - Had Me A Real Good Time (RW/Rod Stewart/Ronnie Lane) -by RW & The
                        Jones Gang
                   - Around The Plynth/Stay With Me (both: RW/Rod Stewart) -by RW & The
                       Jones Gang

                   Line-up ‘Ooh La La’: RW (voc, gtr)/Paul Weller (gtr, voc)/Sam Brown (voc)/
                                 Chrissy Stewart (bass)/Henry McCulloch (gtr)/Charlie Hart (fiddle,
                                 accordion)/Alun Davies (gtr)/Dan Dugmore (dr)/Geraint Watkins (p,
                                 accordion)
                   Line-up on all other songs: RW (gtr)/Kenney Jones (dr)/Robert Hart (voc)/Rick
                                Wills (bass)/Dave Colwell (gtr)/Gary Grainger (gtr)/Jerry Portnoy (harm)
                   Note: The whole show was professionally filmed.

040408B  8th April: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. London, Ronnie Scott’s (1st show)
040408C  8th April: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. London, Ronnie Scott’s (2nd show)
040409A  9th April: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. London, Ronnie Scott’s (1st show)
040409B  9th April: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. London, Ronnie Scott’s (2nd show)
040410A  10th April: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. London, Ronnie Scott’s (1st show)
040410B  10th April: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. London, Ronnie Scott’s (2nd show)
040412A  12th April: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. London, Ronnie Scott’s (1st show)
040412B  12th April: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. London, Ronnie Scott’s (2nd show)
040413A  13th April: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. London, Ronnie Scott’s (1st show)
040413B  13th April: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. London, Ronnie Scott’s (2nd show)
040414A  14th April: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. London, Ronnie Scott’s (1st show)
040414B  14th April: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. London, Ronnie Scott’s (2nd show)
040415A  15th April: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. London, Ronnie Scott’s (1st show)
040415B  15th April: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. London, Ronnie Scott’s (2nd show)
040416A  16th April: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. London, Ronnie Scott’s (1st show)
040416B  16th April: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. London, Ronnie Scott’s (2nd show)

040417A  17th April: German TV (ZDF) ’50 Jahre Rock!’, incl.
                    - interview with BW by Thomas Gottschalk (in Hannover)

040417B  17th April: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. London, Ronnie Scott’s (1st show)
040417C  17th April: CHARLIE WATTS & TENTET. London, Ronnie Scott’s (2nd show)

040427A  27th April: ALL STAR BAND. New Orleans, Louisiana, Saenger Theatre
                   - The Things That I Used To Do (Edward Jones) -unverified
                   - I’m Ready (Sylvester Bradford/Antoine Domino/Al Lewis)
                   Line-up: KR (gtr, voc)/Walter Washington (gtr)/Ivan Neville (p)/Steve Jordan
                                 (dr)/Earl Palmer (dr)/& Poppa Funk's Boys (all other instruments)
                   Note: Filmed by Michael Murphy for the upcoming documentary film ‘Make It
                             Funky’, released on DVD in September 2005 (see 050927B).

040429A  29th April: UK radio (BBC) 'Simon Mayo'.
                  - interview with BW by Simon Mayo (in London, BBC Broadcasting House)

040400A  late April onwards: MICK JAGGER/DAVE STEWART. London, Abbey Road
                   Studios. Producers: MJ & Dave Stewart. Sound engineers: David Tickle, Steve
                   McLaughlin, Peter Cobbin. MJ and Dave Stewart work on the soundtrack of the
                   upcoming movie ‘Alfie’, incl.:
                   - Alfie (Burt Bacharach/Hal David) -Joss Stone on vocals
                   - Aim Higher (MJ/Dave Stewart) -unverified
                   - Blind Leading The Blind I (MJ/Dave Stewart)
                   - Blind Leading The Blind II (MJ/Dave Stewart) -acoustic version
                   - Counting The Days (MJ/Dave Stewart) -instrumental
                   - Jack The Lad (MJ/Dave Stewart) -instrumental
                   - Let’s Make It Up (MJ/Dave Stewart)
                   - Lonely Without You This Christmas (MJ/Dave Stewart) -MJ & Joss Stone
                       on vocals
                   - New York Hustle (MJ/Dave Stewart) -instrumental
                   - Old Habits Die Hard I (MJ/Dave Stewart) -early version
                   - Old Habits Die Hard II (MJ/Dave Stewart) -album version
                   - Old Habits Die Hard III (MJ/Dave Stewart) -promo edit of album version
                   - Old Habits Die Hard IV (MJ/Dave Stewart) -duet by MJ & Sheryl Crow
                   - Old Habits Die Hard V (MJ/Dave Stewart) -duet by MJ & Sheryl Crow,
                         promo edit
                   - Old Habits Die Hard VI (MJ/Dave Stewart) -reprise
                   - Old Habits Die Hard VII (MJ/Dave Stewart) -La Acoustic Version

                   - Oh Nikki (MJ/Dave Stewart) -instrumental
                   - Standing In The Rain (MJ/Dave Stewart) -instrumental
                   - Wicked Time (MJ/Dave Stewart/Nadirah Seid/Burt Bacharach/Hal David) -
                         MJ, Nadz and Joss Stone on vocals
                   Musicians: MJ (voc, gtr, harm, perc)/Dave Stewart (gtr)/Ally McErline (gtr)/
                                      Chris Sharrock (dr)/Yolanda Charles (bass)/Mike Rowe (keyb, p)/
                                      Sam Stewart (gtr)/Ned Douglas (programming)/Adrien Cooke (org)/
                                      Raymond Anger (org)/Jesse Davey (gtr)/Robin Davey (bass)/Virgil
                                      Donati (dr)/Jeff Bova (org, p)/John Powell (p)/Steve Donelly (gtr)/
                                      James Pearson (p)/Beverly Skeete (voc)/Katy Perry, Kaya Jones,
                                      Royce Nelson, Claudia Fontaine & Faye Simpson (bvoc)/The Kick
                                      Horns (brass)
                    Note: 'Blind Leading The Blind' is no new song, it was alredy recorded by MJ
                               and Dave Stewart in 1994 and released in 1995 (see 950206A).

040429A  29 April: MICK JAGGER/DAVE STEWART. London, Abbey Road Studios.
                   Directors: MJ, Dave Stewart & Charles Shyer. Shooting of a promo film.
                   - Old Habits Die Hard (MJ/Dave Stewart)

040501A  1st May: IAN MCLAGAN & THE BUMP BAND. London, The Mean Fiddler
                    - Little Girl (RW/Ian McLagan)
                    - Cindy Incidentally (RW/Rod Stewart/Ian McLagan)
                    - You're So Rude (Ian McLagan/Ronnie Lane)
                    - Mystifies Me (RW)
                    - Glad And Sorry (Ronnie Lane)
                    - What 'Cha Gonna Do About It (Brian Potter/Ian Samwell)
                    - Ooh La La (RW/Ronnie Lane) -RW on lead vocals
                    - All Or Nothing (Ronnie Lane/Steve Marriott)
                    - Sweet Little Rock 'n Roller (Chuck Berry) -Kenney Jones on drums
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, voc)/Ian McLagan (keyb, voc)/'Scrappy' Jud Newcomb
                                   (gtr)/Simon Edwards (bass)/Don Harvey (dr)


040503A  3rd May: WADDY WACHTEL. Los Angeles, California, The Joint
                   - I've Got News For You (Roy Alfred) -unverified
                    - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR) -unverified
                    Line-up: KR (gtr)/Waddy Wachtel (gtr)/Bernard Fowler (voc)/& othe
rs

040505A  5th May: WILLIE NELSON & FRIENDS. Los Angeles, California, Wiltern
                    Theater. Rehearsals, incl.
                    - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR) -unverified
                    + the songs played at the set (see 040505B).
                    Line-up: KR (gtr, voc)/Willie Nelson (voc, gtr)/Jerry Lee Lewis (p, voc)/Merle
                                   Haggard (gtr)/Bernard Fowler (bvoc)/Nils Lofgren (gtr)/Jim Keltner
                                   (dr)/& many others

040505B  5th May: WILLIE NELSON & FRIENDS. Los Angeles, California, Wiltern
                   Theater. Incl.
                   - We Had It All (Troy Seals/Donny Fritts) -KR and Willie Nelson on lead vocals
                   - Trouble In Mind (Richard M. Jones) -Jerry Lee Lewis and Willie Nelson on
                        lead vocals
                   - Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On (Dave Williams/Sonny David) -Kid Rock and
                        Willie Nelson on lead vocals
                   Line-up: KR (gtr, voc)/Willie Nelson (voc, gtr)/Jerry Lee Lewis (p, voc)/Merle
                                  Haggard (gtr)/Jimmy Rip (gtr)/Nils Lofgren (gtr)/Jim Keltner (dr)/
                                  Biff Watson (gtr)/Kenny Lovelace (gtr)/Hutch Hutchinson (bass)/
                                  Jim Cox (keyb)/Greg Leisz (pedal steel)/Dave Woodford (sax)/Bill
                                  Churchville (tp)/Garrett Atkins (tb)/Bernard Fowler, Maxine Waters
                                  Willard, Julia Waters Tilman & Stacie Michelle (bvoc)

                    Note: The whole show was filmed by USA Network and was aired on US
                              TV on May 31.

040505C  5th May: UK radio (BBC2) 'Steve Wright In The Afternoon'.
                    - interview with BW by Steve Wright (London, BBC Broadcasting House)
                    Note: Aired on the 7th May.

040505D  5th May: UK radio (Radio Wave).
                    - interview with BW by Gary Parker (London, Wise Buddah Studios)
                    Note: Aired on the 7th May.

040505E  5th May: UK radio (Classic Gold Radio), Northampton.
                    - interview with BW by John Griffin (London, Wise Buddah Studios)

040505F  5th May: UK radio (Northsound Radio), Scotland.
                    - interview with BW by Martin Ingram (London, Wise Buddah Studios)

040505G  5th May: UK radio (Mix 96 Radio), Buckinghamshire.
                    - interview with BW by Richard Carr (London, Wise Buddah Studios)

040505H  5th May: UK radio (Radio Forth), Scotland.
                    - live-interview with BW by Scott Wilson (London, Wise Buddah Studios)

040507A  7th May: Belgian radio (Classic 21).
                    - phone-interview with BW (from London)

040507B  7th May: German radio (Hamburg Live).
                    - phone-interview with BW by Dr. Volker Behrens (from London)

040507C  7th May: German radio (WDR).
                    - phone-interview with BW by Beate Schmies (from London)

040507D  7th May: Belgian radio (AWN).
                    - phone-interview with BW by Alsons Winhart (from London)

040510A  10th May: BILL WYMAN’S RHYTHM KINGS.
                   CD 'Just For A Thrill' (R And M Records RAMCD007). Producers: BW & Terry
                   Taylor. Sound engineers: Brian Tench, Stuart Epps. Recorded in various studios in
                    England from 1994 - 2003, mainly at Snake Ranch Studios, London.
                    - Disappearing Nightly (Spencer Bohren) -recorded 16.1.2002
                    - Roll 'Em Pete (Pete Johnson/Joe Turner) -recorded 14.1.2002
                    - Down Home Girl (Jerry Leiber/Artie Butler) -recorded 16.1.2002
                    - Mississippi Flyer (BW/Terry Taylor) -recorded 15.1.2002
                    - That's How Heartaches Are Made (Bob Halley/Ben Raleigh) -recorded 18.1.2002
                    - Booty Ooty (Johnny Watson) -recorded 16.4.2003
                    - Cadillac Woman (Trad.?) -recorded 15.1.2002
                    - Town Living (BW/Terry Taylor) -recorded 2.2.1995
                    - This Ain't United Nations (BW/Terry Taylor) -recorded 2.6.1994
                    - Memphis Woman (BW/Terry Taylor) -recorded 26.7.1994
                    - Taxman (George Harrison) -recorded 4.12.2002, remixed on 17.1.2004
                    - Just For A Thrill (Lil Hardin Armstrong/Don Raye) -recorded 18.1.2002
                    - Cry Baby (Norman Meade/Bert Russell) -recorded 3.12.1999
                    - You Don't Know What You Mean To Me (Eddie Floyd/Steve Cropper) -recorded
                         23.11.1999
                    Line-up 'Disappearing Nightly': BW (bass, perc)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/Graham Broad
                                  (dr)/Mark Knopfler (gtr)/Albert Lee (gtr, voc)/Georgie Fame (org)/Chris
                                  Stainton (p)/Beverly Skeete & Linzi Hunter (bvoc)
                    Line-up 'Roll 'Em Pete': BW (bass)/Terry Taylor (gtr, bvoc)/Graham Broad
                                  (dr)/Mike Sanchez (voc)/Axel Zwingenberger (p)/Frank Mead & Nick
                                  Payn (horns)/Sid Gould (tp)/Beverly Skeete & Linzi Hunter (bvoc)
                    Line-up 'Down Home Girl': BW (bass)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/Graham Broad (dr)/
                                  Albert Lee (gtr)/Georgie Fame (voc, org)/Chris Stainton (p)/Frank Mead &
                                  Nick Payn (horns)/Frank Ricotti (perc)/Beverly Skeete (bvoc)
                    Line-up 'Mississippi Flyer': BW (bass)/Terry Taylor (gtr, bvoc)/Graham Broad
                                  (dr)/Albert Lee (gtr, voc)/Axel Zwingenberger (p)/Georgie Fame (org)/
                                  Ian Siegal (gtr)//Beverly Skeete & Linzi Hunter (bvoc)
                    Line-up 'That's How Heartaches Are Made': BW (bass, perc)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/
                                  Graham Broad (dr)/Albert Lee (gtr)/Georgie Fame (org)/Chris Stainton
                                  (p)/Frank Mead (horns)/Nick Payn (flute)/Beverly Skeete (voc)/Linzi
                                  Hunter & Mike Sanchez (bvoc)
                    Line-up 'Booty Ooty': BW (bass, keyb)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/Graham Broad (dr)/
                                  Mike Sanchez (voc)/Tim Cansfield (gtr)/Chris Stainton (p)/Frank Mead &
                                  Nick Payn (horns)/Sid Gould (tp)/Brice Winston (sax)/Frank Ricotti (perc)/
                                  Beverly Skeete (bvoc)
                    Line-up 'Cadillac Woman': BW (bass)/Terry Taylor (gtr, bvoc)/Graham Broad
                                  (dr)/Albert Lee (gtr)/Georgie Fame (org)/Tim Cansfield (gtr)/Axel
                                  Zwingenberger (p)/Frank Mead & Nick Payn (horns)/Brice Winston
                                  (sax)/Beverly Skeete & Linzi Hunter (bvoc)
                    Line-up 'Town Living': BW (voc, bass)/Terry Taylor (gtr, dobro)/Graham Broad (dr)/
                                  Chris Stainton (p)/Nick Payn (harm)/Beverly Skeete & Linzi Hunter (bvoc)
                    Line-up 'This Ain't United Nations': BW (bass)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/Graham Broad
                                  (dr)/Chris Stainton (p)/Nick Payn (harm, horns)/Frank Mead (horns)/
                                  Beverly Skeete (voc)
                    Line-up 'Memphis Woman': BW (bass)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/Graham Broad (dr)/
                                  Chris Stainton (p)/Ian Siegal (voc)/Andy Fairweather-Low (gtr)/Frank
                                  Mead (harm)
                  Line-up 'Taxman': BW (bass, voc, perc)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/Tommy Emmanuel
                                 (gtr)/Mike Sanchez (p, bvoc)/Graham Broad (dr, perc)/Nick Payn &
                                 Frank Mead (horns)/Beverly Skeete (voc)
                    Line-up 'Just For A Thrill': BW (bass)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/Graham Broad (dr)/
                                  Georgie Fame (voc, org)/Chris Stainton (p)/Frank Mead & Nick Payn
                                  (horns)/Beverly Skeete & Linzi Hunter (bvoc)
                    Line-up 'Cry Baby': BW (bass)/Terry Taylor (gtr, bvoc)/Graham Broad (dr)/
                                  Georgie Fame (org)/Dave Hartley (p)/Martin Taylor (gtr)/Beverly
                                  Skeete (voc)/Frank Ricotti (perc)/Mike Sanchez (bvoc)
                  Line-up 'You Don't Know...': BW (bass, perc)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/Tommy Emmanuel
                                 (gtr)/Mike Sanchez (voc)/Chris Stainton (p)/Graham Broad (dr)/Nick Payn
                                 & Frank Mead (horns)/Sid Gould (tp)/Beverly Skeete (voc)/Linzi Hunter (bvoc)
                  Note: The version of 'Taxman' is different to the previously released version on
                            the George Harrison tribute-album (see 030225A).
                            The Japanese version of the album includes two bonus tracks ('Melody' & 
                            'Jitterbug Boogie'), both taken from previously released Bootleg Kings-CD's
                            (see 020505A & 030612A).

040510B  10th May: THE JEFF BECK GROUP.
                   CD 'Beck-Ola' (EMI 7243 5 78750 2 8). Producer: Mickie Most. Sound
                   engineer: Martin Birch. Incl. complete album (see RW 690630A) plus four
                   previously unreleased bonus tracks:
                   - Sweet Little Angel (Hudson Whittaker) -outtake New York City 19.11.68;
                        Micky Waller on drums
                   - Throw Down A Line (Hank Marvin) -outtake London 7.2.1969
                   - All Shook Up (Elvis Presley/Otis Blackwell) -early version
                   - Jailhouse Rock (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller) -early version
                   Line-up: RW (bass)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Jeff Beck (gtr)/Nicky Hopkins (p)/
                                  Tony Newman (dr)

 040510C  10th May: UK radio (BBC Radio Scotland).
                     - live-interview with BW (London, BBC Broadcasting House)

040510D  10th May: UK radio (BBC Radio Northern Ireland).
                     - live-interview with BW by Steven Nolan (London, BBC Broadcasting House)

040510E  10th May: UK radio (BBC Radio Lincolnshire).
                     - live-interview with BW (London, BBC Broadcasting House)

040510F  10th May: UK radio (BBC GMR Radio Manchester).
                    - interview with BW (London, BBC Broadcasting House)
                    Note: Aired on the 11th May

040510G  10th May: UK radio (BBC Wiltshire Sound Radio).
                    - interview with BW (London, BBC Broadcasting House)

040510H  10th May: UK radio (BBC Radio Northampton).
                    - interview with BW (London, BBC Broadcasting House)

040510I  10th May: UK radio (BBC Radio Derby).
                   - interview with BW by Shane O'Connor (London, BBC Broadcasting House)

040510J  10th May: UK radio (BBC Radio Sheffield).
                   - live-interview with BW (London, BBC Broadcasting House)

040510K  10th May: UK radio (BBC Radio Merseyside).
                    - interview with BW by Billy Butler (London, BBC Broadcasting House)
                    Note: Aired on the 13th May

040510L  10th May: UK radio (BBC Radio H&W).
                    - live-interview with BW by Katie Smith (London, BBC Broadcasting House)

040510M  10th May: UK radio (BBC Radio Leeds).
                    - live-interview with BW by Bob Walmsley (London, BBC Broadcasting House)

040510N  10th May: UK radio (BBC Radio WM).
                    - live-interview with BW by Danny Kelly (London, BBC Broadcasting House)

040511A  11th May: UK radio (BBC Radio Wales).
                    - interview with BW (London, BBC Broadcasting House)

040511B  11th May: UK radio (BBC Radio Humberside).
                    - interview with BW (London, BBC Broadcasting House)

040511C  11th May: UK radio (BBC Radio Kent).
                    - live-interview with BW (London, BBC Broadcasting House)

040511D  11th May: UK radio (Capitol Radio).
                    - interview with BW by Kid Jensen (London)

040511E  11th May: Swedish radio (Red Hot Rock Radio).
                    - phone-interview with BW by Ritchie Adams (from London)

040511F  11th May: UK radio (LBC).
                    - phone-interview with BW by Penny Smith (LBC Studios, London)

040515A  15th May: UK radio (BBC2) 'Jonathan Ross'.
                    - live-interview with BW by Jonathan Ross (London, BBC Broadcasting House)

040517A  17th May: Dutch TV (Pulse TV) .
                    - interview with BW by Reinout Oerlemans (in Scheveningen, Holland)

040518A  18th May: Dutch radio (Radio 2) .
                    - interview with BW  (in Amsterdam, Holland)

040521A  21st May: Fairfield, Connecticut, The Boxcar
                   KR (gtr) jams with David Honeyboy Edwards (gtr) and Rocky Lawrence (gtr)

040521B  21st May: UK radio (BBC) 'Saturday Night Rock'n Roll'.
                   - interview with BW by Geoff Barker (London, BBC Broadcasting House)

040524A  24th May: BILL WYMAN’S RHYTHM KINGS.
                   DVD ‘Let The Good Times Roll’ (Classic Pictures DVD 7084X). Filmed live
                   on the England-tour 22. & 25.1.2004. Director: Robert Garofalo. Incl.
                   Rockin' The Roots (live in Salford Quays 25.01.2004):
                   - I Got A Woman (Ray Charles)
                   - Jitterbug Boogie (BW/Terry Taylor)
                   - Jump, Jive & Wail (Louis Prima)
                   - Baby Workout (Alonzo Tucker/Jackie Wilson)
                   - Kiddio (Brook Benton/Clyde Otis)
                   - Down In The Bottom (Willie Dixon)
                   - Comin' Home Baby (Bob Dorough/Ben Tucker)
                   - Flat Foot Sam (Oscar Wills)
                   - Real Wild Child (Johnny O Keefe/Johnny Greenan/Dave Owens)
                   - Lights Out (Seth David/Malcolm Rebenack)
                   - Tear It Up (Johnny & Dorsey Burnette/Paul Burlison)
                   Let The Good Times Roll (live in Bournemouth 22.01.2004):
                   - You Never Can Tell (Chuck Berry)
                   - Mule Skinner Blues (Jimmie Rodgers/George Vaughn)
                   - Days Like This (Mose Allison)
                   - Jump Back (Rufus Thomas)
                   - I'll Be Satisfied (Barry Gordy Jr./Tyran Carlo)
                   - Race With The Devil (Gene Vincent/Tex Davis)
                   - Hit The Road Jack (Percy Mayfield)
                   - Pink Champagne (Joe Liggins)
                   - I Put A Spell On You (Jalacy Hawkins)
                   - Tell You A Secret (BW/Terry Taylor)
                   - Chicken Shack Boogie (Amos Milburn)
                   + On The Road (30-minute tour documentary)

040526A  26th May: German radio (BFBR), Osnabrück.
                   - phone-interview with BW by Henny Smith (from London)

040527A  27th & 28th May: BILL WYMAN'S RHYTHM KINGS. London, Ritz Studios.
                    Tour-rehearsals.
                    Line-up: see below.

040530A  30th May: German radio (WDR2 and DLF).
                    - interview with BW by Beate Schmies (Ramada Treff Hotel, Siegen, Germany)

040530B  30th May: German radio (WDR).
                    - interview with BW by Thomas Steinberg (Ramada Treff Hotel, Siegen, Germany)

30th May - 31st July: BILL WYMAN'S RHYTHM KINGS. European Tour.
                 Line-up: BW (bass, voc)/Andy Fairweather-Low (voc, gtr)/Mike Sanchez (p,
                                voc)/Albert Lee (gtr, voc)/Terry Taylor (gtr, bvoc)/Graham Broad (dr)/
                                Beverly Skeete (voc)/Frank Mead (sax, perc)/Nick Payn (sax, flute, harm)

040530C  30th May: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Siegen, Germany, Ginsberger Heide, 'Kultur Pur'

040531A  31st May: JOHN LEE HOOKER.
                   DVD 'Come And See About Me - The Definitive DVD' (Eagle Vision EREDV
                   341). Incl.
                   - Boogie Chillen' (John Lee Hooker) -with The Rolling Stones, Atlantic City 19.12.89


040601A  1st June: German radio (Radio harmony.fm).
                    - interview with BW (Kongresshalle, Giessen, Germany)
                    Note: Unaired.

040601B  1st June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Giessen, Germany, Kongresshalle
040602A  2nd June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Mannheim, Germany, Alte Feuerwache

040603A  3rd June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Mechernich-Satzvey, Germany, Burg Satzvey
                   (I Got A Woman/Jump, Jive & Wail/Baby Workout/If I Can't Have You/Jitterbug
                    Boogie/Mule Skinner Blues/Roll 'Em Pete/You Never Can Tell/Taxman/Hit The
                    Road Jack/Race With The Devil/I'll Be Satisfied/Disappearing Nightly/Flat Foot Sam)
                   Note: The listed songs were broadcast by German SWR1 radio on the 20th June
                              and 11th July.


040604A  4th June: THE CHARLATANS. London, Carling Hammersmith Apollo
                    With special guest RW on guitar on (all unverified):
                     - Stay With Me (RW/Rod Stewart)
                     - Sproston Green (Jon Baker/Martin Blunt/Tim Burgess/Rob Collins)
                     - Just Lookin' (Martin Blunt/Jon Brookes/Tim Burgess/Rob Collins/Michael
                          Collins)
                     Line-up: RW (gtr)/Tim Burgess (voc)/Mark Collins (gtr)/Jon Brookes (dr)/
                                    Martin Blunt (bass)/Tony Rogers (keyb)

040604B  4th June: German TV (SR3) 'Aktueller Bericht'.
                   - interview with BW by Susanne Kirchhofer (Domicil Leidinger, Saarbrücken)

040604C  4th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Saarbrücken, Germany, Kongresshalle

040605A  5th June: German TV (SWR3) 'Guestbook'.
                    - interview with BW, Beverly Skeete & Mike Sanchez by Natascha Walter
                       (Kulturzentrum, Mainz, Germany)

040605B  5th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Mainz, Germany, Kulturzentrum
                    Note: Without Albert Lee.
                              The first three songs were filmed by German SWR3 TV.

040607A  7th June: Luxemburgian radio (Radio Luxembourg) 'Morning Show'.
                    - interview with BW by Jim Kent (Hotel Threeland, Pétange, Luxemburg)

040607B  7th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Pétange, Luxemburg, Centre Sportif
                    Note: Without Albert Lee.

040608A  8th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Amsterdam, Holland, Paradiso
                   (I Got A Woman/Jump, Jive & Wail/Baby Workout/If I Can't Have You/Jitterbug
                    Boogie/Bright Lights, Big City/Mule Skinner Blues/Roll 'Em Pete/You Never
                    Can Tell/Taxman/Hit The Road Jack/Race With The Devil/I'll Be Satisfied/
                    I Shall Not Be Moved/Down In The Bottom/Flat Foot Sam/Don't Lie To Me/
                    Booty Ooty/Real Wild Child/I Put A Spell On You/5 Months, 2 Weeks, 2 Days/
                    Band introduction/Tell You A Secret/Tear It Up)


040609A  9th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Liège, Belgium, Forum

 040610A  10th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Osnabrück, Germany, Stadthalle, incl.
                     (I Shall Not Be Moved/Down In The Bottom/Flat Foot Sam/Don't Lie To Me/
                      Booty Ooty/Real Wild Child/I Put A Spell On You/Tell You A Secret/Band
                      introduction/5 Months, 2 Weeks, 2 Days/Tear It Up)


040611A  11th June: German TV (SR3) 'Saarlight Show'. Incl.
                    - interview with BW by Wolfgang Weiss (Saarbrücken, Germany 4.6.04)


040611B  11th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Braunschweig, Germany, Eissporthalle
040612A  12th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Nordborg, Denmark, 'Nordalsfestival'

040612B  12th June: UK TV (BBC Four) 'Why I Hate The Sixties', incl.
                    - interview with MJ (Summer 1968, originally shown in 680910A).

040613A  13th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Hamburg, Germany, Markthalle
                    (I Got A Woman/Jump, Jive & Wail/Baby Workout/If I Can't Have You/Jitterbug
                     Boogie/Bright Lights, Big City/Mule Skinner Blues/Honky Tonk Train Blues/
                     Roll 'Em Pete/You Never Can Tell/Taxman/Hit The Road Jack/Race With The
                     Devil/I'll Be Satisfied/I Shall Not Be Moved/Down In The Bottom/Flat Foot Sam/
                     Don't Lie To Me/Booty OotyReal Wild Child//I Put A Spell On You/Tell You A
                     Secret/Band introduction/Tear It Up)
                    Note: With special guest Axel Zwingenberger (p) on 'Honky Tonk Train Blues'
                               and 'Roll 'Em Pete'.


040614A  14th June: CHARLIE WATTS & THE TENTET.
                   Double-CD 'Watts At Scott's' (Sanctuary Black Box CD BBJ3000). Producers:
                   CW & Dave Green. Sound engineer: Miles Ashton. Recorded live between June
                   12 - 14, 2001 in London at Ronnie Scott's.

                   CD 1:
                   - Main Stem (Duke Ellington)
                   - Bemsha Swing (Thelonius Monk/Denzil Best)
                   - Anthony's Dice (Gerard Presencer)
                   - Roll 'Em, Charlie (Peter King)
                   - What's New? (Bob Haggart)
                   - Body And Soul (Johnny Green)
                   - Here's That Rainy Day (Jimmy Van Heusen)
                   - Tin Tin Deo (Walter Fuller/Chano Pozo)
                   CD2:
                   - Sunset And The Mockingbird (Duke Ellington)
                   - Little Willie Leaps (Miles Davis)
                   - Airto II (CW/Jim Keltner/Emmanuel Sourdeix/Peter King)
                   - Chasing Reality (Gerard Presencer)
                   - Faction (MJ/KR/Gerard Presencer)
                   - Band introduction by CW
                   - Elvin's Song (CW/Jim Keltner/Blondie Chaplin/Peter King)
                   - Take The A-Train (Billy Strayhorn)
                   Note: Faction is basing on Satisfaction, Airto II on Airto and Elvin's Song
                             on The Elvin Suite.


040615A  15th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Berlin, Germany, Sendesaal des RBB
                   (I Got A Woman/Jump, Jive & Wail/Baby Workout/If I Can't Have You/Jitterbug
                    Boogie/Bright Lights, Big City/Mule Skinner Blues/Roll 'Em Pete/You Never
                    Can Tell/Taxman/Hit The Road Jack/Race With The Devil/I'll Be Satisfied/
                    I Shall Not Be Moved/Down In The Bottom/Flat Foot Sam/Real Wild Child/
                    Booty Ooty/Don't Lie To Me/I Put A Spell On You/Tell You A Secret/Band
                    introduction/5 Months, 2 Weeks, 2 Days/Tear It Up)
                   Note: Aired by German radio (RBB Radio Eins) on August the 18th.

040616A  16th June: German TV (Eurosport) 'Euro 2004', incl.
                    - interview with BW (about soccer/football)

040617A  17th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Bolzano, Italy, Stadttheater
                    Note: Without Albert Lee.

040618A  18th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Wörgl, Austria, Komma

040618B  18th June: Austrian TV (Tirol TV), incl.
                    - interview with BW by Adriane Gomper (backstage in Wörgl, Austria)


040619A  19th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Ulm, Germany, Friedrichsau, 'Ulmer Zelt 2004'
                   (I Got A Woman/Jump, Jive & Wail/Baby Workout/If I Can't Have You/Jitterbug
                    Boogie/Bright Lights, Big City/Mule Skinner Blues/Roll 'Em Pete/You Never
                    Can Tell/Taxman/Hit The Road Jack/Race With The Devil/I'll Be Satisfied/I Shall
                    Not Be Moved/Down In The Bottom/Flat Foot Sam/Real Wild Child/Booty Ooty/
                    Don't Lie To Me/I Put A Spell On You/Tell You A Secret/Band introduction/
                    5 Months, 2 Weeks, 2 Days/Tear It Up)


040620A  20th June: THE CHARLATANS. London, Finsbury Park, 'Fleadh Festival'
                    With special guest RW on guitar on (both unverified):
                     - Stay With Me (RW/Rod Stewart)
                     - Just Lookin' (Martin Blunt/Jon Brookes/Tim Burgess/Rob Collins/Michael
                          Collins)
                     Line-up: RW (gtr)/Tim Burgess (voc)/Mark Collins (gtr)/Jon Brookes (dr)/
                                    Martin Blunt (bass)/Tony Rogers (keyb)

040620B  20th June: BOB DYLAN. London, Finsbury Park, 'Fleadh Festival'
                   With special guest RW on guitar on:
                    - Down Along The Cove (Bob Dylan)
                    - It's All Over Now Baby Blue (Bob Dylan)
                    - Lonesome Day Blues (Bob Dylan)
                    - Maggie's Farm (Bob Dylan)
                    - Desolation Row (Bob Dylan)
                    - Seeing The Real You At Last (Bob Dylan)
                    - Positively 4th Street (Bob Dylan)
                    - Tweedle Dee And Tweedle Dum (Bob Dylan)
                    - High Water (Bob Dylan)
                    - Highway 61 Revisited (Bob Dylan)
                    - Not Dark Yet (Bob Dylan)
                    - Honest With Me (Bob Dylan)
                    - Boots Of Spanish Leather (Bob Dylan)
                    - Summer Days (Bob Dylan)
                    - Like A Rolling Stone (Bob Dylan)
                    Line-up: RW (gtr)/Bob Dylan (voc, keyb, harm)/Larry Campbell (gtr, pedal
                                   steel)/Stu Kimball (gtr)/Tony Garnier (bass)/George Recile (dr)
                    Note: A private video of all tracks (bar the last one) exists.


040620C  20th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Spielberg, Austria, Stadthalle


040620D  20th June: Austrian TV (ATV), incl.
                    - interview with BW by Michael Cencic (Spielberg, Austria)


040622B  22nd June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Nuremberg, Germany, Hirsch

040623A  23rd June: US TV (PBS) 'American Masters', "Hank Williams: Honky Tonk
                   Blues", incl.
                   - interview with KR

040623B  23rd June: JEFF BECK. London, Royal Albert Hall, incl.
                    two songs with special guest RW on guitar on:
                    - Cissy Strut (Ziggy Modeliste/Art Neville/Leo Nocentelli/George Porter Jr.)
                    - People Get Ready (Curtis Mayfield) -Imogen Heap on vocals
                    Line-up: RW (gtr)/Jeff Beck (gtr)/Jan Hammer (keyb)/Michael Mondesir (bass)/
                                   Mark Mondesir (dr)
                    Note: A private video of the whole show exists.

040623C  23rd June: Austrian radio (Ö3) 'Hitradio', incl.
                    - phone-interview with BW by Wolfgang Domniter (from Nuremberg, Germany)


040624A  24th June: JEFF BECK. London, Royal Albert Hall, incl.
                    two songs with special guest RW on guitar on:
                    - Cissy Strut (Ziggy Modeliste/Art Neville/Leo Nocentelli/George Porter Jr.)
                    - People Get Ready (Curtis Mayfield) -Imogen Heap on vocals
                    Line-up: RW (gtr)/Jeff Beck (gtr)/Jan Hammer (keyb)/Michael Mondesir (bass)/
                                   Mark Mondesir (dr)
                    Note: A private video of the whole show exists.

040624B  24th June: French radio (Radio Bleu), incl.
                   - interview with BW (Grand Hotel, Avignon, France)

040624C  24th June: French radio (Radio Nostalgia), incl.
                    - interview with BW (Grand Hotel, Avignon, France)


040624D  24th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Avignon, France, Le Rouge Gorge
040625A  25th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Collombey-le-Grand (near Montreux),
                   Switzerland, 'Le Yukon Bike Show'

040626A  26th June: ROD STEWART. London, The Mall, 'Olympic Torch Concert'. Incl.
                   - Stay With Me (RW/Rod Stewart)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Jeff Golub (gtr)/Conrad Korsch (bass)/
                                  Henry Hey (keyb)/David Palmer (dr)/Don Kirkpatrick (gtr)/Chuck
                                  Kentis (keyb)/Esther Nicholson, Natasha Pearce & Julie Delgardo (bvoc)
                   Note: Aired by UK TV (BBC).


040626B  26th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Verdun, France, 'Festival Musiques Et Terrasses'

040628A  28th June: FACES.
                   4 CD-boxset 'Five Guys Walk Into A Bar...' (Warner Brothers/Rhino Records
                    8122-78223-2). Compilation of album tracks, singles A- & B-sides, rarities
                    and previously unreleased studio-, live-, radio-, TV- and rehearsal-tracks.
                    Incl. the following previously unreleased tracks:
                   - Jealous Guy (John Lennon) -Ooh La La-outtake, Sept. - Nov. 1972
                   - Evil (Willie Dixon) -rehearsal, London Summer 1969
                   - Maggie May (Rod Stewart/Martin Quittenton) -BBC Top Gear 28.9.71
                   - Cindy Incidentally (RW/Rod Stewart/Ian McLagan) -alternate version from
                        Ooh La La-sessions, London September - November 1972
                   - Maybe I'm Amazed (Paul McCartney) -BBC TV 26.10.71
                   - Insurance (RW/Ronnie Lane) -Ooh La La-outtake, Sept. - Nov. 1972
                   - Wyndlesham Bay (RW/Rod Stewart/Ian McLagan ) -early version of 'Jodie',
                        Ooh La La-sessions, London September - November 1972
                   - I Can Feel The Fire (RW) -live in San Bernardino 7.3.75
                   - Come See Me Baby (RW/Rod Stewart/Ian McLagan) -Ooh La La-outtake
                   - You’re My Girl (D. Cooper/B. Beatty/E. Shelby) -BBC In Concert 1.4.73
                   - Shake, Shudder, Shiver (RW/Ronnie Lane) -rehearsal, London Summer 1969
                   - Miss Judy’s Farm (RW/Rod Stewart) -BBC In Concert 1.4.73
                  - I Don't Want To Be Right (H. Banks/C. Hampton/R. Jackson) -Ooh La La-
                        outtake, London September - November 1972
                   - Take A Look At The Guy (RW) -live in San Bernardino 7.3.75
                   - Bad’n Ruin (Rod Stewart/Ian McLagan) -BBC Disco 2, 19.4.71
                   - Cut Across Shorty (M. Wilkin/W. P. Walker) -BBC Sunday Concert 13.5.71
                   - I’m Losing You (N. Whitfield/E. Holland/C. Grant) -BBC TV 26.10.71
                   - I'd Rather Go Blind (B. Foster/E. Jordan) -live in San Bernardino 7.3.75
                   - Hi-Heel Sneakers/Everybody Needs Somebody To Love (R. Higginbotham)
                        (B. Russell/S. Burke/J. Wexler) -outtake, AIR Studios, 27.1.75
                   - Gettin' Hungry (Brian Wilson/Mike Love) -outtake, AIR Studios, 27.1.75
                   - Too Bad (RW/Rod Stewart) -live in Tampa, 30.4.72
                   - Rock Me (Ian McLagan) -outtake, AIR Studios, 27.1.75
                   - Angel (Jimi Hendrix) -BBC In Concert 1.4.73
                   - Stay With Me (RW/Rod Stewart) -BBC TV 26.10.71
                   - The Stealer (Paul Kossoff/Andy Fraser/Paul Rodgers) -BBC In Concert 1.4.73
                   - Around The Plynth/Gasoline Alley (both: RW/Rod Stewart) -BBC Top Gear
                        15.9.70
                   - Miss Judy’s Farm (RW/Rod Stewart) -BBC TV 26.10.71
                   - Love In Vain (Robert Johnson) -BBC John Peel's Sunday Concert 13.5.71
                   - My Fault (RW/Rod Stewart/Ian Mclagan) -BBC Radio 1 Club 12.2.73
                   - I Feel So Good (William Broonzy) -rehearsal, London Summer 1969
                   - Flying (RW/Rod Stewart/Ronnie Lane) -BBC Dave Lee Travis Show 10.3.70

040628B  28th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. London, John Henry's Rehearsal Studio.
                   Rehearsals for the upcoming charity show in Liverpool. With special guest
                   Roger Chapman (voc) on some songs.

040629A  29th June: ART WOOD'S ALLSTARS. Twickenham, England, The Eel
                   Pie Club, Cabbage Patch Pub. RW jams with his brother’s band. All songs
                   unverified:
                   - My Babe (Willie Dixon)
                   - Hi-Heel Sneakers (Robert Higginbotham)
                   - Everybody Needs Somebody To Love (J. Russell/B. Berns/S. Burke)
                   - Shame, Shame, Shame (Jimmy Reed)
                   - Chicago Calling (Cyril Davies)
                   - Midnight Special (Huddie Ledbetter)
                   - Kansas City (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr)/Art Wood (voc)/Ray Majors (gtr)/Keith Grant (bass)/
                                  Don Craine (gtr)/Mark Freeman (dr)/John O' Leary (harm)

040629B  29th June
: VARIOUS ARTISTS.
                   2 DVD's 'Toronto Rocks' (Rhino Home Video, USA). Filmed live in Toronto,
                   30.7.2003 at Downsview Park. Incl. the following Rolling Stones-footage:
                   - Start Me Up (MJ/KR)
                   - Ruby Tuesday (MJ/KR)
                   - Miss You (MJ/KR) -with Justin Timberlake sharing lead vocals
                   - Rock Me Baby (B.B. King/Joe Josea) -with Angus & Malcolm Young on guitars
                   - Satisfaction (MJ/KR)
                   - Jumping Jack Flash (MJ/KR)
                   + MJ & Justin Timberlake rehearsing for their duet
                   + Burton Cummings introducing himself to MJ and Rush's Neil Peart
                   + Charlie Watts discussing drums

040629C  29th June: HONEYBOY EDWARDS.
                    DVD 'Honeyboy' (Free Range Pictures, -US). Director: Scott Taradash.
                    Documentary about David 'Honeyboy' Edwards, incl.
                    - interview with KR (probably at his house in Weston, Connecticut, 2002)
                    Note: For more info see 021030C.

040701A  1st July: Austrian TV ( ).
                    - newscast from BW's book signing at Morawa bookstore in Vienna


040702A  2nd July: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Vienna, Austria, Wiener Staatsoper
                   (I Got A Woman/Jump, Jive & Wail/Baby Workout/Jitterbug Boogie/Bright Lights,
                    Big City/Mule Skinner Blues/Roll 'Em Pete/If I Can't Have You /You Never
                    Can Tell/Taxman/Hit The Road Jack/Race With The Devil/I Shall Not Be
                    Moved/Flat Foot Sam/Real Wild Child/I Put A Spell On You/Tell You A
                    Secret/Tear It Up)


040705A  5th July: UK TV (ITV), incl.
                   - interview with BW (on a train from London to Liverpool)


040705B  5th July: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Liverpool, England, Kings Dock Big Top Arena,
                   'Unicef's 50 Years Of Rock'n Roll', incl.
                   (Band introduction-I Got A Woman/Jump, Jive & Wail/Pink Champagne/Taxman/
                    You Never Can Tell/Baby Workout/Jitterbug Boogie/Bright Lights, Big City/Roll
                     'Em Pete/Mystery Train/Let The Good Times Roll/My Baby Left Me/Flat Foot Sam/
                     I Shall Not Be Moved/Race With The Devil/Days Like This/I Put A Spell On You/
                     Tell You A Secret/Tear It Up)
                   Note: With special guests Georgie Fame (org, voc) on the entire show; Roger
                             Chapman (voc) on 'Let The Good Times Roll' and 'My Baby Left Me';
                             and Martin Taylor (gtr) on 'Tear It Up'.
                             Telecast on UK TV (ITV) in two parts on December 9 and 16.

040706A  6th July: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Chichester, England, Chichester Cathedral

040707A  7th July: UK TV (Channel 5) 'Mick's Girls'. Special about MJ's wifes and girlfriends. 

040709A  9th July: ALL STAR BAND. Santa Barbara, California, Santa Barbara Bowl,
                   'A Tribute To Gram Parsons'-concert.
                   - Love Hurts (Boudleaux Bryant) -duet with Norah Jones
                   - Hickory Wind (Bob Buchanan/Gram Parsons) -Jim Lauderdale on guitar and
                        some vocals
                  - In My Hour Of Darkness (Gram Parsons) -KR on guitar only; Susan Marshall
                      and The House Of Blues Gospel Choir on vocals
                   - Wild Horses (MJ/KR) -Steve Earle and Jim Lauderdale on some vocals
                   Musicians: KR (gtr, voc)/James Burton (gtr)/Al Perkins (steel gtr)/Colin Cripps
                                      (gtr)/Skip Edwards (keyb)/Tony Furtado (gtr)/Doug Pettibone (gtr)/
                                      Easy Pickens (gtr)/Dusty Wakeman (bass)/Dave Raven (dr)/& others

040709B  9th July: Irish radio (RTE 2FM) 'Gerry Ryan Show', incl.
                    - phone-interview with BW by Gareth O'Connorhan (from London)


040709C  9th July: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Winthorp, England, The Country Showground,
                    'Americana Festival'

040710A  10th July: ALL STAR BAND. Los Angeles, California, Universal Amphitheater,
                    'A Tribute To Gram Parsons'-concert. With KR on guitar and vocals on:
                    - Love Hurts (Boudleaux Bryant) -duet with Norah Jones
                    - Hickory Wind (Bob Buchanan/Gram Parsons) -Jim Lauderdale on guitar and
                         some vocals
                    - In My Hour Of Darkness (Gram Parsons) -KR on guitar only; Susan Marshall
                        and The House Of Blues Gospel Choir on vocals
                    - Wild Horses (MJ/KR) -Steve Earle and Jim Lauderdale on some vocals

                    Line-up: see 040709A.
                    Note: The complete show was filmed and telecast on US TV (IDemand) on the
                              15th November as a pay-per-view-special.


040711A  11th July: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Mirande, France, 'Festival De Country Music'
040713A  13th July: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Pont Audemer, France, 'Festival D'Eté'

040716A  16th July: UK radio (BBC Radio London) 'Danny Baker's Breakfast Show', incl.
                    - interview with BW by Danny Baker (BBC Studios, London)

040716B  16th July: UK TV (BBC) 'News', incl.
                    - interview with BW (BBC Studios, London)


040717A  17th July: THE RHYTHM KINGS. London, Southwark Park, 'The Event 2004'
                   Note: With special guest Roger Chapman (voc) on 'Let The Good Times Roll',
                             My Baby Left Me' and 'Burlesque'


040720A  20th July: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Galyway, Ireland, Radisson SAS Hotel,
                    'Galway Arts Festival'
040721A  21st July: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Dublin, Ireland, Vicar Street

040723A  23rd July: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Southampton, England, Fleming Park Leisure
                   Centre, 'Eastleigh Summer Festival'

040725A  25th July: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Caernarfon, Wales, Caernarfon Castle, 'Big Buzz'
                   Note: Broadcast live on BBC Radio Wales.

040726A  26th July: MUDDY WATERS/BUDDY GUY & JUNIOR WELLS.
                   DVD 'Messin' With The Blues' (Classix Pictures DVD7082X). Filmed live in
                   Montreux, June 28, 1974. Incl.
                   BW with Buddy Guy & Junior Wells:
                   - Messing With The Kid (Mel London)
                   - Hoodoo Man Blues (Junior Wells)
                   - When You See The Tears From My Eyes (Buddy Guy/Junior Wells)
                   - Ten Years Ago (Buddy Guy)
                   BW with Muddy Waters:
                   - Hoochie Coochie Man (Willie Dixon)
                   - Mannish Boy (Ellas McDaniel/McKinley Morganfield/Mel London)
                   - The Same Thing (Willie Dixon)
                   - Got My Mojo Working (Preston Foster) [+reprise]
                   + interview with Buddy Guy by BW (ca. 2003 or 2004)
                   + interview with Big Bill Morganfield by BW (ca. 2003 or 2004)
                   Note: For all other info see 740628A & B.

040727A  27th July: London, BW's home.
                    - interview with BW by Sherry Daly for the upcoming DVD-release of The
                         Rolling Stones Rock'n Roll Circus                    

040727B  27th July: Serbian radio (Radio 100), incl.
                    - phone-interview with BW by Bogomir Mijatovich (from London)

040727C  27th July: Italian radio (RAI1), incl.
                   - phone-interview with BW by Paolo De Angeles (from London)

040727D  27th July: MINIMAL CHIC FEAT. MATT GOSS. London, streets of London,
                    near Chalk Farm. Shooting of a promo video, with cameo appearance of BW.
                   - I Need The Key (Matt Goss)


040731A  31st July: Unknown film team, Koblenz, Germany, Hotel Contel
                    - interview with BW for an upcoming blues special

040731B  31st July: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Rengsdorf, Germany, Waldfestplatz, '24.
                    Rengsdorfer Rock & Blues Festival'


040810A  10th August: TRIUMPH THE INSULT COMIC DOG.
                    DVD 'Late Night With Conan O' Brian - Triumph The Insult Comic Dog'
                    (Lion Gate Films, -US). Incl.
                    - short interview with MJ by Triumph (Video Music Awards, NYC 6.9.2001)


040827A  27th August: TOOTS & THE MAYTALS. Los Angeles, California, Greek
                   Theater. With special guest RW on guitar on (unverified):
                   - Pressure Drop (Toots Hibbert)
                   + more


040830A  30th August: ROD STEWART. Los Angeles, California, Hollywood Bowl
                    With special guest RW on guitar on:
                    - Stay With Me (RW/Rod Stewart)
                    - Every Picture Tells A Story (RW/Rod Stewart)
                    - You Wear It Well (Rod Stewart/Martin Quittenton)
                    - I'm Losing You (Norman Whitfield/Eddie Holland/Cornelius Grant)
                    - I'd Rather Go Blind (Bill Foster/Ellington Jordan)
                    - Maggie May/Gasoline Alley (Rod Stewart/Martin Quittenton)(RW/Rod Stewart)
                    - Havin' A Party/Twistin' The Night Away (both: Sam Cooke) -Ruby Stewart on
                         backing vocals
                    - Ooh La La (RW/Ronnie Lane) -RW on lead vocals
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, voc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ian McLagan (keyb; only some
                                   songs)/Jeff Golub (gtr)/Conrad Korsch (bass)/Henry Hey (keyb)/David
                                   Palmer (dr)/Don Kirkpatrick (gtr)/J'Anna Jacoby (mandolin)/Katja
                                   Rieckermann (sax)/Chuck Kentis (keyb)/Esther Nicholson, Natasha
                                   Pearce & Julie Delgado (bvoc)

040903A  3rd September: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Villeneuve, France, Les Béziers

040905A  5th September: UK TV (ITV) 'The South Bank Show'. Ronnie Wood-special, incl.
                   - various interviews with RW by Melvin Bragg (ca. February '04 in London, NYC
                        and Ireland)
                   - interview with Jimmy White by Melvin Bragg
                   - interview with Art Wood by Melvin Bragg
                   - Hoochie Coochie Man (John Lee Hooker) -RW (gtr) & Art Wood (voc)
                   - various showcases on piano, guitar and bass by RW
                   - interview with Rod Stewart by Melvin Bragg
                   - interview with Elizabeth Jagger & Theodora Richards
                   - interview with Jools Holland by Melvin Bragg
                   - interview with Jo Wood by Melvin Bragg
                   + lots of footage through the years


040906A  6th September: WILLIE AND THE POOR BOYS.
                   DVD ‘Willie And The Poor Boys’ (Classic Pictures DVD 7092X). Filmed in London,
                   Fulham Town Hall, 11th - 12th March, 1985. Directors: Eddie Arno & Markus
                   Innocenti. Idea and musical director: BW. Incl.
                   - Poor Boy Boogie (BW/Andy Fairweather-Low)
                   - You Never Can Tell (Chuck Berry)
                   - Chicken Shack Boogie (Amos Milburn)
                   - Let’s Talk It Over (Trad. arr. by BW)
                   - All Night Long (Clifton Chenier)
                   - Saturday Night (Roy Brown)
                   - Baby Please Don’t Go (Mary Johnson)
                   + bonus-footage of the rehearsals and backstage scenes
                   + interview with BW
                   + interview with RW
                   Line-up: BW (bass, voc)/CW (dr)/RW (sax)/Andy Fairweather-Low (gtr, voc)/
                                  Mickey Gee (gtr)/Geraint Watkins (p, voc, accordion)/Terry Taylor
                                  (perc)/Kenney Jones (perc, dr)/Henry Spinetti (perc)/Mel Collins
                                  (sax)/Raphael Ravenscroft (sax)

040908A  8th September: ROD STEWART. New York City, Radio City Music Hall,
                    'Fashion Rocks'. With special guest RW (gtr, bvoc) on:
                   - Maggie May (Rod Stewart/Martin Quittenton)
                   - Stay With Me (RW/Rod Stewart)

                   Line-up: RW (gtr, voc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Jeff Golub (gtr)/Conrad Korsch
                                  (bass)/Henry Hey (keyb)/David Palmer (dr)/Don Kirkpatrick (gtr)/
                                  J'Anna Jacoby (mandolin)/Katja Rieckerman (sax)/Chuck Kentis
                                  (keyb)/Esther Nicholson, Natasha Pearce & Julie Delgado (bvoc)

                   Note: Aired on US Fox TV on September, 26.

040911A  11th September: THE RHYTHM KINGS. London, Dorchester Hotel, The Ballroom


040921A  21st September: WILLIE NELSON & FRIENDS.
                   CD 'Outlaws And Angels' (Lost Highway Records 602498627327). Producer:
                   James Stroud. Recorded live in Los Angeles on May the 5th,  2004. With KR
                   on guitar on:
                   - We Had It All (Troy Seals/Donny Fritts) -KR and Willie Nelson on lead vocals
                   - Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On (Dave Williams/Sonny David) -Kid Rock and
                        Willie Nelson on lead vocals
                   Line-up: see 040505B.


040921B  21st September: German TV (MDR) 'Heisse Rhythmen, kalter Krieg'.
                   Documentary about the German Democratic Republic & the Stones.


040924A  24th September: BILL WYMAN’S RHYTHM KINGS.
                   Hybrid CD 'Struttin' Our Stuff' (Inakustik INAK 5506 SACD, -Germany). Producer:
                   Michael Au. Recorded live in Baden Baden, Germany, 26th April 2000. Incl.
                   - Let The Good Times Roll (Sam Theard/Fleccie Moore)
                   - Walking One And Only (Dan Hicks)
                   - Jitterbug Boogie (BW/Terry Taylor)
                   - Groovin’ (Edward Brigati/Felix Cavaliere)
                   - Melody (MJ/KR)
                   - Jump, Jive & Wail (Louis Prima)
                   - Lead Me To The Water (Gary Brooker) -previously unreleased
                   - I Put A Spell On You (Jalacy Hawkins)
                   - Anyway The Wind Blows (John J. Cale)
                   - Baby Workout (Alonzo Tucker/Jackie Wilson)
                   - Mystery Train (Herman Parker/Sam Philips)
                   - Hello Little Boy (Ruth Brown)
                   - Tear It Up (Johnny & Dorsey Burnette/Paul Burlison)
                   Line-up: BW (bass)/Gary Brooker (keyb, voc)/Georgie Fame (keyb, voc)/Terry
                                  Taylor (gtr, bvoc)/Albert Lee (gtr, voc)/Graham Broad (dr)/Beverly
                                  Skeete (voc)/Frank Mead (asax, flute, harm)/Nick Payn (tsax, flute,
                                  harm)/Janice Hoyte (voc)


040924B  24th September: VARIOUS ARTISTS. London, Wembley Arena, '50th
                   Anniversary Of Fender Stratocaster'. Incl.:
                   - That'll Be The Day (Norman Petty/Buddy Holly) -The Crickets with RW on
                         guitar
                   - Ooh La La (RW/Ronnie Lane) -RW on guitar and vocals
                   - Stay With Me (RW/Rod Stewart) -All Star Band with RW on guitar
                   Musicians: RW (gtr, voc)/Leah Wood (bvoc)/Paul Rodgers (voc)/David Gilmour
                                      (gtr)/Joe Walsh (gtr)/Hank Marvin (gtr)/Albert Lee (gtr)/Brian May
                                      (gtr)/Phil Manzanera (gtr)/Mike Rutherford (gtr)/Sonny Curtis (gtr,
                                      voc)/Jerry Allison (dr)/Gary Moore (gtr)/& many others
                   Note: Benefit concert in aid of Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy Centre, London.
                             The whole show was filmed and released on DVD in May 2005 (see
                             050502A).

040927A  27th September: BILL WYMAN’S RHYTHM KINGS.
                   CD-single (R & M Records RAMCDS003). Producers: Producers: BW & Terry
                   Taylor. Sound engineers: Brian Tench, Stuart Epps.
                   - That's How Heartaches Are Made (Bob Halley/Ben Raleigh)
                   - I Know (Barbara George) -previously unreleased

040927B  27th September: UK TV (BBC Millbank), incl.
                   - interview with BW by Peter Levy


040927C  27th September: US TV ( ) 'Entertainment Tonight', incl. a segment with MJ

040929A  29th September: UK radio (Swindon FM Radio), incl.
                   - interview with BW by Simon Hawkins


040930A  30th September: New York City, Essex House. Press conference by MJ and Dave
                   Stewart about their upcoming soundtrack for the movie 'Alfie' (see 040400A).

041001A  1st October: UK radio (BBC Three Counties Radio), incl.
                    - interview with BW by Justin Dealey

041001B  1st October: UK radio (BBC Radio Nottingham), incl.
                    - interview with BW by John Holmes

041001C  1st October: UK radio (BBC Radio Oxford), incl.
                    - interview with BW by Danny Cox

041001D  1st October: UK radio (Mix 107), incl.
                    - interview with BW by Colin Besley

041001E  1st October: UK radio (Wave 105 FM), incl.
                    - interview with BW by Nick Wright

041001F  1st October: UK radio (BBC Radio Cumbria), incl.
                    - interview with BW by Tony James

041001G  1st October: UK radio (BBC Radio Leeds), incl.
                    - interview with BW by Daragh Cochran

041001H  1st October: UK radio (BBC Radio Gloucester), incl.
                    - interview with BW by John Rockley

041002A  2nd - 4th October: BILL WYMAN’S RHYTHM KINGS. Ritz Studios, Putney,
                   London. Rehearsals.
                   Note: With special guesr Eddie Floyd (voc) on four songs.

5th October - 8th November: BILL WYMAN’S RHYTHM KINGS. British Tour.
                 Line-up: BW (bass, voc)/Mike Sanchez (p, voc)/Terry Taylor (gtr, bvoc)/Albert
                                Lee (gtr, voc)/Graham Broad (dr)/Beverly Skeete (voc)/Frank Mead
                                (sax, perc)/Nick Payn (sax, flute, harm)
                 Note: With special guest Eddie Floyd (voc) on four numbers each night.

041005A  5th October: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Bristol, England, Colston Hall
041006A  6th October: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Malvern, England, Forum Theatre

041007A  7th October: BILL WYMAN'S RHYTHM KINGS. London, Royal Festival Hall
                   With special guest RW (gtr on eight songs, all unverified):
                   - Roll Em Pete (Pete Johnson/Joe Turner)
                   - Soul Man (David Porter/Isaac Hayes) -Eddie Floyd on vocals
                   - 634-5789 (Eddie Floyd/Steve Cropper) -Eddie Floyd on vocals
                   - You Never Can Tell (Chuck Berry)
                   - Flat Foot Sam (Oscar Wills)
                   - Raise Your Hand (Eddie Floyd/Steve Cropper/Alvertis Isbell) -Eddie Floyd on
                        vocals
                   - Knock On Wood (Eddie Floyd/Steve Cropper) -Eddie Floyd on vocals
                   - Tear It Up (Johnny and Dorsey Burnette/Paul Burlison)
                   Line-up: BW (bass, voc)/Mike Sanchez (p, voc)/Terry Taylor (gtr, bvoc)/Albert
                                  Lee (gtr, voc)/Graham Broad (dr)/Beverly Skeete (voc)/Frank Mead
                                  (sax, perc)/Nick Payn (sax, flute, harm)


041008A  8th October: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Buxton, England, Opera House
041009A  9th October: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Edinburgh, Scotland, Playhouse Theatre
                   Note: With special guest Martin Taylor (gtr) on a few songs.


041010A  10th October: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Aberdeen, Scotland, Music Hall
                    Note: With special guest Martin Taylor (gtr) on a few songs.

041011A  11th October: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Newcastle, England, City Hall

041012A  12th October: THE ROLLING STONES/(VARIOUS ARTISTS).
                    DVD ‘The Rolling Stones Rock And Roll Circus’ (Abkco Films, - US).
                    Director: Michael Lindsay-Hogg. Filmed at Intertel Studios, Wembley,
                    Middlesex, December 11-12, 1968. Incl. the contents of the original
                    Rock'n Roll Circus-film (see 961014B) and the following bonus footage:
                    + Yer Blues (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) -KR on bass; 4 camera angles
                    + audio commentaries by MJ, KR and BW and many others
                    + backstage footage of MJ, John Lennon & Yoko Ono

 
041013A  13th October: ROD STEWART. London, Royal Albert Hall
                   With special guest RW on two songs:
                   - Stay With Me (RW/Rod Stewart)
                    - Maggie May/Gasoline Alley (Rod Stewart/Martin Quittenton)(RW/Rod Stewart)
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Jeff Golub (gtr)/Conrad Korsch (bass)/
                                  Henry Hey (keyb)/David Palmer (dr)/Don Kirkpatrick (gtr)/J'Anna Jacoby
                                  (mandolin)/Katja Rieckerman (sax)/Charles 'Chuck' Kentis (keyb)/Esther
                                  Nicholson, Natasha Pearce & Julie Delgado (bvoc)
                    Note: Aired on UK TV (BBC1) 'One Night With Rod Stewart' on the 23rd
                              October. Released officially on DVD on December 7 on J Records.

041013B  13th October: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Blackpool, England, Opera House
041014A  14th October: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Hull, England, City Hall

041016A  16th October: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Milton Keynes, England, The Stables
                    (1st show)
041016B  16th October: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Milton Keynes, England, The Stables
                    (2nd show)


041018A  18th October: MICK JAGGER/DAVE STEWART.
                   Soundtrack-CD 'Alfie' (Virgin Records 7243 8 63934 2 5, -US). Producers: MJ
                   & Dave Stewart. Recorded at Abbey Road Studios, London, probably from
                   April 2004 onwards. Incl.
                   - Old Habits Die Hard (MJ/Dave Stewart)
                   - Blind Leading The Blind (MJ/Dave Stewart) -acoustic version
                   - New York Hustle (MJ/Dave Stewart)
                   - Let’s Make It Up (MJ/Dave Stewart)
                   - Wicked Time (MJ/Dave Stewart/Nadirah Seid/Burt Bacharach/Hal David) -
                         MJ, Nadz and Joss Stone on vocals
                   - Lonely Without You This Christmas (MJ/Dave Stewart) -MJ & Joss Stone
                       on vocals
                   - Jack The Lad (MJ/Dave Stewart)
                   - Oh Nikki (MJ/Dave Stewart)
                   - Blind Leading The Blind (MJ/Dave Stewart)
                   - Standing In The Rain (MJ/Dave Stewart)
                   - Counting The Days (MJ/Dave Stewart)
                   - Old Habits Die Hard (MJ/Dave Stewart) -reprise
                   - Alfie (Burt Bacharach/Hal David) -Joss Stone on vocals
                   - Old Habits Die Hard (MJ/Dave Stewart) -MJ & Sheryl Crow on vocals
                   Note: For all other info 040400A.


041018B  18th October: UK radio (BBC2) 'Steve Wright In The Afternoon', incl.
                    - interview with MJ and Dave Stewart by Steve Wright

041018C  18th October: New York City, Ziegfield Theater. Premiere of Alfie, incl.
                    - various red carpet interviews with MJ

041019A  19th October: WILLIE NELSON & FRIENDS.
                    DVD 'Outlaws And Angels' (Eagle Vision EREDV418). Filmed live in Los
                    Angeles on May the 5th,  2004. Incl.
                    - We Had It All (Troy Seals/Donny Fritts) -KR and Willie Nelson on lead vocals
                    - Trouble In Mind (Richard M. Jones) -Jerry Lee Lewis and Willie Nelson on
                         lead vocals
                    - Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On (Dave Williams/Sonny David) -Kid Rock and
                         Willie Nelson on lead vocals
                    + Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR) -some footage of the rehearsals on May 5.
                    Note: For line-up see 040505B.


041020A  20th October: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Liverpool, England, Royal Court

041020B  20th October: ART WOOD'S ALL STARS. Twickenham, England, The Eel
                   Pie Club, Cabbage Patch Pub. RW jams with his brother’s band. All songs
                   unverified:
                   - Smokestack Lightning (Chester Burnett) -Mark Freeman on drums
                   - My Babe (Willie Dixon) -Mick Avory on drums
                   - Midnight Special (Huddie Ledbetter) -RW on some vocals
                   - Hoochie Coochie Man (Willie Dixon)
                   - Sweet Little Rock'n Roller (Chuck Berry)
                   Musicians: RW (gtr, some voc)/Art Wood (voc)/Keith Grant (bass)/Don Craine
                                      (gtr)/Mick Green (gtr)/Lloyd Green (steel gtr)/Mark Freeman (dr)
                                      Mick Avory
(dr)

041021A  21st October: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Stoke-on-Trent, England, Victoria Hall
041022A  22nd October: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Croydon, England, Fairfield Hall
041023A  23rd October: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Coventry, England, Warwick Arts Theatre
041024A  24th October: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Oxford, England, New Theatre

041025A  25th October: MICK JAGGER/DAVE STEWART.
                   CD-single (Virgin Records VSCDX 1887). Producers: MJ & Dave Stewart.
                   - Old Habits Die Hard (MJ/Dave Stewart) -album version
                   - New York Hustle (MJ/Dave Stewart)
                   - Old Habits Die Hard (MJ/Dave Stewart) -La Acoustic Version
                   + Old Habits Die Hard (MJ/Dave Stewart) -promo video (& making of-footage)


041000A  October: MICK JAGGER/DAVE STEWART.
                   promotional CD-single (Virgin Records). Producers: MJ & Dave Stewart.
                   - Old Habits Die Hard (MJ/Dave Stewart) -edit version

041025B  25th October: UK TV (MTV) 'Making The Movie'. The making of Alfie. Incl.
                   - interview with MJ
                   - interview with Dave Stewart


041026A  26th October: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Southend-On-Sea, England, Cliff's Pavilion

041027A  27th October: US TV (A&E Biography) 'Rod Stewart', incl.
                   - interview with RW
                   + Faces-footage through the years

041027B  27th October: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Dorking, England, Dorking Halls Theatre
041028A  28th October: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Basingstoke, England, The Anvil
041029A  29th October:
THE RHYTHM KINGS. Norwich, England, Theatre Royal
041031A  31st October: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Cornwall, England, Hall For Cornwall

041000B  Autumn: US TV (CBS) 'CBS News', incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Jennifer Niejadlik (about Alfie-soundtrack)

041101A  1st November: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   2 CD's 'Live Licks' (Virgin Records 07243 8 75186 2 9
). Producers: The
                   Glimmer Twins & Don Was. Recorded live on the Licks 2002/2003 World
                   Tour. Incl.
                   CD1:
                   - Brown Sugar (MJ/KR) -
New York City 18.1.2003
                   - Street Fighting Man (MJ/KR) -Twickenham 24.8.2003
                   - Paint It Black (MJ/KR) -Twickenham 24.8.2003
                   - You Can't Always Get What You Want (MJ/KR) -Twickenham 24.8.2003
                   - Start Me Up (MJ/KR) -New York City 18.1.2003
                   - It's Only Rock'n Roll (MJ/KR) -New York City 18.1.2003
                   - Angie (MJ/KR) -New York City 18.1.2003
                   - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR) -New York City 18.1.2003
                   - Happy (MJ/KR) -New York City 18.1.2003
                   - Gimme Shelter (MJ/KR) -New York City 18.1.2003
                   - Satisfaction (MJ/KR) -New York City 18.1.2003
                   CD2:
                   - Neighbours (MJ/KR) -Paris 11.7.2003
                   - Monkey Man (MJ/KR) -New York City 18.1.2003
                   - Rocks Off (MJ/KR) -Twickenham 24.8.2003
                   - Can't You Hear Me Knocking (MJ/KR) -Los Angeles 4.11.2002
                   - That's How Strong My Love Is (Roosevelt Jamison) -Paris 11.7.2003
                   - The Nearness Of You (Hoagy Carmichael/Ned Washington) -Paris 11.7.2003
                   - Beast Of Burden (MJ/KR) -Los Angeles 4.11.2002
                   - When The Whip Comes Down (MJ/KR) -New York City 18.1.2003
                   - Rock Me Baby (William Broonzy/Arthur Crudup) -Los Angeles 4.11.2002
                   - You Don't Have To Mean It (MJ/KR) -Los Angeles 4.11.2002
                   - Worried About You (MJ/KR) -Paris 11.7.2003
                   - Everybody Needs Somebody To Love (Bert Russell/Solomon Burke/
                        Jerry Wexler) -Los Angeles 4.11.2002
 

041101B  1st November: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Cheltenham, England, Town Hall

041101C  1st November: US radio ( ) 'In The Studio' (Let It Bleed-special), incl.
                    - interview with BW
                    - interview with MT


041102A  2nd November: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Nottingham, England, Royal Concert Hall

041103A  3rd November: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   2 CD's 'Live Licks' (Virgin Records VJCP-68700, -Japan). Producers: The
                   Glimmer Twins & Don Was. Japanese version with same contents as 041101A
                   + If You Can't Rock Me (MJ/KR) -New York City 18.1.2003
                   Note: Japan-only bonus-track!


041103B  3rd November: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Ipswich, England, Regent Theatre
041105A  5th November: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Northampton, England, Derngate Theatre
041106A  6th November: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Harrogate, England, International Centre


041106B  6th November: US radio ( ) 'Off The Record', incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Joe Benson
                   - interview with KR by Joe Benson
                   - interview with BW by Joe Benson


041107A  7th November: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Llandudno, Wales, North Wales Theatre

041108A  8th November: VARIOUS ARTISTS.
                   4 DVD-box 'Live Aid' (W/S/M R2 970383). Filmed live in Philadelphia
                   13.7.1985, incl.
                   - Just Another Night (MJ) -by Mick Jagger
                   - Miss You (MJ/KR) -by Mick Jagger
                   - State Of Shock/It’s Only Rock’n Roll (Jackson/Hansen)(MJ/KR) -by Mick      
                        Jagger & Tina Turner
                   - Blowin’ In The Wind (Bob Dylan) -by Bob Dylan with KR and RW on guitars
                   - We Are The World (Jackson/Richie) -by USA For Africa with MJ on vocals
                   + Dancing In The Street (Hunter/Stevenson/Gaye) -by Mick Jagger & David
                       Bowie; promo video
                   Note: For all other infos, see 850713B.


041108B  8th November: THE RHYTHM KINGS. High Wycombe, England, Swan Theatre


041111A  11th November: Swiss radio (Radio Basilisk), incl.
                    - interview with BW by Michi Wieland (Ramada Plaza Hotel, Basel)

041111B  11th November: Swiss TV (Tele Basel), incl.
                    - interview with BW by Jean-Christophe Nigon (Ramada Plaza Hotel, Basel)

041111C  11th November: London, Hackney Empire, 'UK Hall Of Fame'-ceremony.
                    - RW accepts the induction of The Rolling Stones on behalf of the group
                    Note: Aired on the 14th November on UK TV (Channel 4).


041111D  11th November: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Basel, Switzerland, Festivalhalle
                   (I Got A Woman/Jump, Jive & Wail/Jitterbug Boogie/I'll Be Satisfied/Kiddio/
                    Just Your Fool/Taxman/Roll 'Em Pete/You Never Can Tell/Race With The Devil/
                    Six Days On The Road/Drown In My Own Tears/Hit The Road Jack/Flat Foot
                    Sam/I Put A Spell On You/Tell You A Secret/Tear It Up)
                   Note: Shown live on Swiss TV (AVO).

041113A  13th November: THE BEACH BOYS. London, Hammersmith Apollo, incl.
                    - Barbara Ann (Fred Fassert) -unverified
                    - Surfin' USA (Chuck Berry/Brian Wilson) -unverified
                    Line-up: BW (bass)/Mike Love (voc)/Bruce Johnston (keyb, voc)/John Cowsill
                                  (keyb, voc)/Mike Kowalski (dr)/Adrian Baker (gtr, voc)/Tim Bonhomme
                                  (keyb, voc)/Scott Totten (gtr, voc)

041100A  November: 
Pocé sur Cisse, France, La Fourchette (MJ’s homestudio).
                   Producers: Don Was & The Glimmer Twins. 2 or 3 weeks of recording sessions.
                   Note: Probably without RW.


041127A  27th November: UK TV and radio (various local channels).
                    - interview with BW (Colchester, Castle Museum)

041129A  29th November - 1st December: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Putney, London, Ritz 
                   Studios. Rehearsals.
                   Note: With Scotty Moore (gtr) on December 1.
                             Parts of the rehearsals on November 30 were filmed.


041202A  2nd December: THE RHYTHM KINGS WITH SCOTTY MOORE. London,
                    Abbey Road Studios. Rehearsals and some filmings with special guest Eric
                    Clapton (gtr).

041202B  2nd December: Whistler, Canada, 'Whistler Film Festival'. Premiere of the
                   "mockumentary"-film 'The Papal Chase' (director: Kenny Hotz), incl.
                   - footage of all four Stones leaving Masonic Temple, Toronto, 26. or 27.7.2002

041203A  3rd December: THE RHYTHM KINGS WITH SCOTTY MOORE. London,
                   Abbey Road Studios, 'The Guitar That Rocked The World', incl.
                    - Just Because (Lloyd Price) -without Scotty Moore; unverified
                    - Blue Moon Of Kentucky (Bill Monroe) -with Mark Knopfler on guitar and vocals
                    - My Baby Left Me (Arthus Crudup) - Mike Sanchez on vocals
                    - Heartbreak Hotel (Mae Boren Axton/Elvis Presley/Tommy Durden) -RW on guitar,
                         Steve Gibbons on vocals
                    - Trying To Get To You (Charles Singleton/Rose McCoy) -without Scotty Moore,
                         Albert Lee on vocals
                    - Baby Let's Play House (Arthur Gunter) -with Mark Knopfler on guitar and vocals
                    - All Shook Up (Otis Blackwell/Elvis Presley) -Mike Sanchez on vocals
                    - Lawdy Miss Clawdy (Lloyd Price) -Mike Sanchez on vocals
                    - Blue Moon (Richard Rodgers/Lorenz Hart) -with Martin Taylor on guitar
                    - Heartbreak Hotel (Mae Boren Axton/Elvis Presley/Tommy Durden) -with Martin
                         Taylor on guitar
                    - Don't (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller) -with David Gilmour on guitar and vocals; without
                         Scotty Moore
                    - Jailhouse Rock (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller) -RW on guitar, Steve Gibbons on vocals
                    - Good Rocking Tonight (Roy Brown) -RW on guitar, Paul Ansell on vocals
                    - Baby I Don't Care (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller) -without Scotty Moore, Albert Lee on
                         vocals
                    - Blue Suede Shoes (Carl Perkins) -RW on guitar, Albert Lee on vocals
                    - Hound Dog (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller) -RW on guitar, Albert Lee on vocals,
                        with everyone joining in
                    Basic line-up: BW (bass)/Scotty Moore (gtr)/Terry Taylor (gtr, bvoc)/Albert Lee
                                            (gtr, voc)/Mike Sanchez (keyb, voc)/Graham Broad (dr)Beverly
                                            Skeete (bvoc)/Frank Mead & Nick Payn (horns)

041207A  7th December: ROD STEWART.
                   DVD 'One Night Only! Live At Royal Albert Hall ' (J Records/BMG 82876 65682 9).
                   Filmed live in London 13.10.2004.
                   With special guest RW on guitar and backing vocals two songs:
                   - Stay With Me (RW/Rod Stewart)
                   - Maggie May/Gasoline Alley (Rod Stewart/Martin Quittenton)(RW/Rod Stewart)
                   + rehearsal and backstage footage with RW
                   + short interview with RW
                   Note: For all other info, see 041013A.

041208A  8th December: THE CHARLATANS. London, Shepherds Bush Empire
                   With special guest RW on:
                    - You're So Pretty (M. Blunt/J. Brookes/T. Burgess/M. Collins/T. Rogers)
                    - North Country Boy 1 (M. Blunt/J. Brookes/T. Burgess/M. Collins/R. Collins)
                    - Flying 1 (RW/Rod Stewart/Ronnie Lane)
                    - Cindy Incidentally (RW/Rod Stewart)
                    - Man Needs To Be Told (M. Blunt/J. Brookes/T. Burgess/M. Collins/T. Rogers)
                    - Ooh La La (RW/Ronnie Lane)
                    - Feel The Pressure (M. Blunt/J. Brookes/T. Burgess/M. Collins/T. Rogers)
                    - Dance (MJ/KR/RW)
                    - Stay With Me 1 (RW/Rod Stewart)
                    - North Country Boy 2 (M. Blunt/J. Brookes/T. Burgess/M. Collins/R. Collins)
                    - Flying 2 (RW/Rod Stewart/Ronnie Lane)
                    - Stay With Me 2 (RW/Rod Stewart)
                    - Sproston Green (Jon Baker/Martin Blunt/Tim Burgess/Rob Collins)
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Tim Burgess (voc)/Mark Collins (gtr)/Jon Brookes (dr)/
                                   Martin Blunt (bass)/Tony Rogers (keyb)
                    Note: The whole show was professionally filmed. Charity concert for                  

                              'Hero2Hero'


041209A  9th December: THE RHYTHM KINGS. UK TV (ITV) '50 Years Of Rock'n Roll'.
                   Recorded live in Liverpool, on the 5th July, part 1, incl.
                   (Band introduction-I Got A Woman/Jump, Jive & Wail/Pink Champagne/Taxman/
                   You Never Can Tell/Baby Workout/Jitterbug Boogie/Bright Lights, Big City/Roll
                   'Em Pete)

041216A  16th December: THE RHYTHM KINGS. UK TV (ITV) '50 Years Of Rock'n Roll'.
                    Recorded live in Liverpool, on the 5th July, part 2, incl.
                    (Mystery Train/Let The Good Times Roll/Burlesque/My Baby Left Me/
                     Flat Foot Sam/I Shall Not Be Moved/Race With The Devil/Days Like This/
                     I Put A Spell On You/Tell You A Secret/Tear It Up)

041221A  21st December: THE HOTHOUSE FLOWERS. Naas, Ireland, Time Bar
                    With special guest RW (gtr) on:
                    - a 10-minute blues jam (unverified encore)
                    Line-up: RW (gtr)/Fiachna O’ Braonain (gtr)/Liam O’ Maonlai (voc?)/
                                   Peter O’ Toole (bass)/Dave Clarke (dr)

040000A  2004: CHRIS JAGGER. Unidentified studio in Sussex, England.
                   - The DJ Blues (Chris Jagger) -MJ on harmonica
                   Probable line-up: MJ (harm, voc)/Chris Jagger (voc, gtr)/Charlie Hart (p)/Jim
                                  Mortimore (gtr)/Paul Emile (bass)/Malcolm Mortimore (dr)
                   Note: To be released on Chris Jagger's upcoming album 'Act Of Faith' in
                             March 2006.