2009

090109A  9th January: UK TV (ITV) 'ITV News', incl.
                    - interview with BW and Mark Knight

090109B  9th January: THE RHYTHM KINGS. London, Battersea Evolution Centre
                    - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR) -BW on lead vocals
                    - You Never Can Tell (Chuck Berry) -BW on lead vocals
                    + How Deep Is Your Love (Barry Gibb/Robin Gibb/Maurice Gibb) -Robin Gibb,
                         Lulu, Melanie C, Beverley Knight, Valeriya and Mark Knight on vocals; BW
                         only handclapping
                    Line-up: BW (bass)/Georgie Fame (org)/Graham Broad (dr)/Albert Lee (gtr)/
                                   Terry Taylor (gtr)/Chris Stainton (keyb)/Geraint Watkins (p)/Dave
                                   Bronze (bass)/Frank Mead, Nick Payn & Matt Winch (horns)/Beverley
                                   Skeete, Gina Foster and Peter Howarth (bvoc)
                    Note: Charity concert in aid of The Outward Bound Trust and Sunseeker
                              International Charitable Trust.

090112A  12th January: CARLO LITTLE ALLSTARS.
                   CD 'Never Stop Rockin'' (Angel Air Records SJPCD283). Producers: Carlo
                   Little & Eddie Armer. Recorded in September 2000 in Twickenham at
                   Gateway Studios. Incl.
                  - Midnight Special (Trad., arr. by Huddie Ledbetter) -Art Wood on vocals,
                         Johnny Cassanova on piano, Geraint Watkins on piano accordion, some
                         unknown on backing vocals
                  - Country Line Special (Cyril Davies) -Matthew Fisher on piano
                  Line-up: RW (gtr)/Carlo Little (dr)/Rick Brown (bass)/Eddie Armer (harm)/
                                 Alex Chanter (gtr)

090116A  16th January: Canadian radio (CKUA Radio Network) 'Nacht'l Blues', incl.
                    - interview with BW by Holger Petersen (at Sticky Fingers, London)
                    Note: Aired on the 31st January.

090116B  16th January: Canadian radio (CBC Radio One) 'Saturday Night Blues', incl.
                    - interview with BW by Holger Petersen (at Sticky Fingers, London)
                    Note: Aired in two parts on February 28 and March 7.

090116C  16th & 17th January: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Probably London, Ritz Studios.
                    Tour-rehearsals.

20th January – 2nd February: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Dutch Tour.
                  Line-up: BW (bass, voc)/Georgie Fame (org, voc)/Graham Broad (dr)/Albert Lee
                                 (gtr, voc)/Terry Taylor (gtr, bvoc)/Frank Mead & Nick Payn (horns)/
                                 Beverley Skeete (voc)/Geraint Watkins (p, voc)

090120A  20th January: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Hengelo, Holland, Rabotheater

090121A  21st January: German TV (DW-TV) 'Euromaxx', incl.
                    - interview with BW by Bettina Lehnert (in Hamburg)

090121B  21st January: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Hamburg, Germany, Heiligengeistfeld,
                    'The Rock'n Roll Circus'

090122A  22nd January: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Hamburg, Germany, Heiligengeistfeld,
                   'The Rock'n Roll Circus'

090123A  23rd January: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Zwolle, Holland, Odeon De Spiegel
090124A  24th January: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Franeker, Holland, Theater De
                    Koornbeurs

090125A  25th January: Dutch TV (Omroep Gelderland), Apeldoorn, Holland
                   - interview with BW by Rianne Tol (at CODA-Museum, Appeldoorn)

090125B  25th January: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Apeldoorn, Holland, Gigant!

090127A  27th January: Dutch TV (PZC), incl.
                   - interview with BW (in Eindhoven)

090127B  27th January: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Middelburg, Holland, Stadsschouwburg
090128A  28th January: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Eindhoven, Holland, Muziekcentrum
                    Frits Philips

090129A  29th January: Heerlen, Netherlands, backstage or hotel lobby
                   - interview with BW

090129B  29th January: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Heerlen, Holland, PLT - Theater Heerlen
090130A  30th January: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Groningen, Holland, De Oosterpoort

090100A  probably January - May (with breaks): RONNIE WOOD. Los Angeles, House
                   Of Blues Studios; Burbank, Bay 7 Studios; Los Angeles, Sage & Sound
                   Recording Studios; Los Angeles, Steakhouse Studio; Los Angeles, Capitol
                   Studios; Los Angeles, Drive-by Studios. Studio-sessions for his upcoming
                   album 'I Feel Like Playing' (released September 24, 2010 on Eagle Records).
                   Producers: RW & Bernard Fowler (as An Even Mo Krapp Production)
                   with additional production work by Bob Rock and Danny Saber. Incl.
                   - 100% (RW/Bernard Fowler)
                   - Catch You (RW/Bernard Fowler/Paul Hyde/Bob Rock)
                   - Fancy Pants I (RW/Bernard Fowler) -early version; nearly instrumental
                   - Fancy Pants II (RW/Bernard Fowler) -album-version
                   - Forever II (RW) -album-version    
                   - I Don’t Think So I (RW) -album-version
                   - I Don’t Think So II (RW) -alternate version
                   - I Gotta See I (RW/Bernard Fowler) -early version with Bernard Fowler on
                        lead vocals
                   - I Gotta See II (RW/Bernard Fowler) -album version
                   - Lucky Man I (RW/Eddie Vedder/Bob Rock/Paul Hyde) -album-version
                   - Lucky Man II (RW/Eddie Vedder/Bob Rock/Paul Hyde) -Radio Edit
                   - Spoonful I (Willie Dixon) -early version
                   - Spoonful II (Willie Dixon) -album-version
                   - Sweetness My Weakness (RW/Bernard Fowler)
                   - Tell Me Something I (RW) -album-version
                   - Tell Me Something II (RW) -alternate version
                   - Thing About You (RW/Billy Gibbons)
                   - Why You Wanna Go And Do A Thing Like That For I (RW/Kris
                        Kristofferson) -early version; instrumental
                   - Why You Wanna Go And Do A Thing Like That For (RW/Kris
                        Kristofferson) -album-version
                   Musicians: RW (gtr, bass, voc, keyb, harm), Bernard Fowler (voc),
                                       Waddy Wachtel (gtr), Ian McLagan (keyb), Flea (bass), Rick
                                       Rosas (bass), Darryl Jones (bass), Blondie Chaplin (bvoc), Billy
                                       Gibbons (gtr), Slash (gtr), Bobby Womack (bvoc), Steve Ferrone
                                       (dr), Ivan Neville (keyb), Jim Keltner (dr), L.A. Symphony
                                       Orchestra (strings), Johnny Ferraro (dr), Skip McDonald (bvoc),
                                       Kevin Gibbs (bvoc), Saranella Bell (bvoc), Bob Rock (gtr)

090201A  1st February: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Haarlem, Holland, Philharmonie
                   Note: With special guest Robin Nolan (gtr) on three songs:
                              - Minor Swing (Django Reinhardt)
                              - Hit The Road Jack (Percy Mayfield)
                              - Tear It Up (Johnny Burnette/Dorsey Burnette/Paul Burlison) -unverified

090202A  2nd February: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Hoorn, Holland, Schouwburg Het Park

090205A  5th February: UK TV (ITV) 'Piers Morgan On Monte Carlo', incl.
                    - interview with BW by Piers Morgan

090207A  7th February: Dutch TV (NED2) 'Museumgasten', incl.
                    - interview with BW by Hind and Ad Visser (CODA-Museum, Appeldoorn
                        25.1.2009)

090208A  8th February: UK TV (BBC1) 'BAFTA Awards', London, Royal Opera House, incl.
                   - speech by MJ (presenting the Best Film-award)

090200A  February: RONNIE WOOD & ROB SKIPPER. RW's home in North London
                   - Bankrobber (Joe Strummer/Mick Jones)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr)/Rob Skipper (voc, fiddle)
                   Note: A short private film of this exists.

090221A  21st February: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Denbigshire, Wales, private venue
                   Note: Private concert at the 60th birthday of Peter Neumark.
                             With special guest Katie Wyman (bvoc) on Land Of 1000 Dances.

090224A  24th February: German TV (SAT1) 'Frühstücksfernsehen', incl.
                  - footage of MJ (at Oscar after-show party of Vanity Fair in Los Angeles 23.2.09)

090228A  28th February: BERNARD FOWLER. Los Angeles, The Joint, incl.
                   - Little Red Rooster (Willie Dixon)
                   - Flying (RW/Rod Stewart/Ronnie Lane) -unverified; Blondie Chaplin on
                        vocals
                   Line-up: RW (gtr)/Bernard Fowler (voc)/Tariq Akoni (gtr)/David Goodstein
                                  (dr)/Daniel Pearson (bass)/Dimitri Brown (gtr)

090302A  2nd March: STARSAILOR.
                  7" single (Virgin VS 1984). Producer: Steve Osborne. Recorded in London,
                   at Doghouse Studio in late April 2008.
                   [A: Tell Me It's Not Over (Starsailor)]
                   B: All The Plans (Starsailor) -single version
                   Line-up: RW (gtr)/James Walsh (voc, gtr)/James Stelfox (bass)/Ben Byrne
                                  (dr)/Barry Westhead (p, org)

090310A  10th March: ROD STEWART.
                   CD & DVD ‘Unplugged…And Seated’ (Warner Brothers R2 514095, -US).
                   Producer: Patrick Leonard. Director: Milton Lage. Recorded live in
                   Los Angeles, California, Universal Studios 5.2.93. Incl. a previously
                   unreleased bonus-DVD with the following tracks:
                  - Cut Across Shorty (Marijohn Wilkin/Wayne P. Walker)
                  - Reason To Believe (Tim Hardin)
                  - Every Picture Tells A Story (RW/Rod Stewart)
                  - Maggie May (Rod Stewart/Martin Quittenton)
                  - People Get Ready (Curtis Mayfield)
                  - Mandolin Wind (Rod Stewart)
                  - Stay With Me (RW/Rod Stewart)
                  - Havin’ A Party (Sam Cooke)
                  Line-up: RW (gtr)/Rod Stewart (voc, banjo)/Jim Cregan (gtr)/Jeff Golub (gtr)/
                                 Carmine Rojas (bass)/Charles Kentiss (p, org)/Kevin Savigar (p, org,
                                 accordion)/Phil Parlapiano (mandolin, accordion)/Don Teschner
                                 (violin, gtr, mandolin)/Dorian Holly, Darryl Phinnessee and Fred
                                 White (bvoc)
                   Note: For all other info, see 930205A, 930505A and 930521A.

090321A  21st March: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Girona, Spain, Sala La Mirona, 'Black
                  Music Festival'
                  Line-up: BW (bass, voc)/Georgie Fame (org, voc)/Graham Broad (dr)/
                                 Terry Taylor (gtr, bvoc)/Frank Mead & Nick Payn (horns)/
                                 Beverley Skeete (voc)/Geraint Watkins (p, voc)

090404A  4th April: US TV (Fuse TV) '24th Annual Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame
                  Induction Ceremony', Cleveland, Ohio, Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame &
                  Museum, Rock Hall, incl.
                  - speech by RW (inducting Bobby Womack)
                  - interview with RW & Bobby Womack
                  - It's All Over Now (BobbyWomack/Shirley Womack)
                  - Train Kept A-Rollin' (Tiny Bradshaw/Howard Kay/Lois Mann)
                  - Jailhouse Rock (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller)
                  Line-up 'IAON': RW (gtr)/Bobby Womack (voc)/Sid McGinnis (gtr)/Will
                                 Lee (bass)/Anton Fig (dr)/Paul Shaffer (keyb)/. . . (bvoc)
                  Line-up 'Train': RW (gtr)/James Hetfield (gtr, voc)/Joe Perry (gtr)/Jeff Beck
                                 (gtr)/Jimmy Page (gtr)/Kirk Hammett (gtr)/Flea (bass)/Jason
                                 Newsted (bass)/Robert Trujillo (bass)/Lars Ulrich (dr)
                  Line-up 'J. Rock': RW (gtr)/Wanda Jackson (voc)/Roseanne Cash (voc)/Jeff
                                 Beck (gtr)/Will Lee (bass)/D.J. Fontana (dr)/Paul Shaffer (keyb)/
                                 Bobby Womack (voc)/Little Anthony & The Imperials (voc)

090409A  9th April: THE ABC OF BOOGIE WOOGIE. Dorset, The Tivoli Theatre
                   Line-up: CW (dr)/Ben Waters (p)/Axel Zwingenberger (p)/Chris Jagger
                                  (gtr, voc, washboard)/Geoff Gascoigne (bass)/Derek Nash (sax)/
                                  Willie Garnett (sax)

090413A  13th April: THE DIRTY STRANGERS.
                   Download-only-single (Track Records/i-tunes UK).
                    - She's A Real Botticelli (KR/Alan Clayton/John Proctor/George Butler) –
                        with KR on piano; see 090504A
                    - Diamonds (Alan Clayton) -Buried Treasure Mix; KR on guitar; see
                          880400A.

090413B  13th April: THE ABC OF BOOGIE WOOGIE. London, The Bull's Head
                   Line-up: CW (dr)/Ben Waters (p)/Axel Zwingenberger (p)/Chris Jagger
                                  (gtr, voc, washboard)/Geoff Gascoigne (bass)/Derek Nash (sax)/
                                  Willie Garnett (sax)/Jools Holland (p, voc; some songs at the end
                                  of the show)

090427A  ca 27th April: Belgium TV ( ).
                    - interview with BW
                    Note: To be aired on a later date.

090130A  30th April: German TV (1 Festival) 'Vinyl', "Die Bill Wyman Story", incl.
                   - interview with BW by Joerg Sonntag (in Hamburg 21.1.2009)
                   - A New Fashion (BW/Terry Taylor) -BW solo, Musikladen 15.4.82
                   - I Got A Woman (Ray Charles) -BW's Rhythm Kings, Hamburg 21.1.09
                   - Shake Your Hips (James Moore) –Stones, Montreux May 1972

090501A  1st May: UK TV (BBC4) 'Blues Britannia: Can Blue Men Sing The 
                    Whites?', incl.
                    - interview with KR
                    - interview with BW

090504A  4th May: THE DIRTY STRANGERS.
                   CD 'West 12 To Wittering' (Track Records TRA 1061). Producers: Alan
                   Clayton & Pete Brown (except for Real Botticelli which was produced by
                   Brian James). Recorded in London, maybe in August 2007. Incl.
                   - Ain't That Too Much (Gene Vincent) -with KR on piano
                   - South Of The River (Alan Clayton/John Proctor/George Butler) -with RW
                        on guitar
                   - All Away (Alan Clayton/John Proctor/George Butler) -with KR on piano,
                         Joe Brown on banjo
                   - Bad Girls (KR/Alan Clayton/Alastair Symons) -with KR on piano
                   - She's A Real Botticelli (KR/Alan Clayton/John Proctor/George Butler) –
                        with KR on piano
                   - Survival Dance (Alan Clayton) -with KR on piano, Chris Winter on
                         harmonica
                   - Gold Cortina (Alan Clayton/George Butler) -with RW on guitar
                   Line-up: Alan Clayton (gtr, voc)/John Proctor (bass)/George Butler (dr)/Pete
                                  Brown (gtr, bvoc, perc)

090500A  May: THE DIRTY STRANGERS.
                   Download-only-track (Track Records/Nokia Music Store).
                    - Oh Yeah! (Alan Clayton) -Buried Treasure Mix; KR on guitar; see
                         880400A.

090508A  8th May: THE INSECTS. Los Angeles, California, Club Nokia, incl.:
                   - Instrumental ( ) -unverified
                   - For Your Love (Graham Gouldman) -unverified
                   - All Day And All Of The Night (Ray Davies)
                   - Ooh La La (RW/Ronnie Lane)
                   - Spoonful (Willie Dixon)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Anthony Kiedis (voc)/Flea (bass)/Chad Smith (dr)/
                                  Ivan Neville (keyb)/Josh Klinghoffer (gtr)
                   Note: Charity-gig for the MusiCares MAP Fund.

090511A  11th May: THE ABC OF BOOGIE WOOGIE. Bognor Regis, England,
                   Alexandra Theatre
                   Line-up: CW (dr)/Ben Waters (p)/Axel Zwingenberger (p)/Chris Jagger
                                  (gtr, voc, washboard)/Geoff Gascoigne (bass)/Derek Nash (sax)/
                                  Willie Garnett (sax)

090512A  12th May: THE ABC OF BOOGIE WOOGIE. Farnham, England,
                    Farnham Maltings, Great Hall
                    Line-up: see above.

090513A  13th May: THE ABC OF BOOGIE WOOGIE. Great Bardfield, England,
                    The Bardfield Centre
                    Line-up: see above, plus Julian Webster Greaves (sax) and Dave Green
                                   (double bass)

090516A  16th May: UK TV (Sky Arts) 'Blueseum Of Fine Arts', "Chris Jagger - I Got
                    The Blues In Austin", incl.
                    - backstage-footage of MJ, Chris Jagger, James Jagger, Chuck Leavell and
                        Willie 'Pinetop' Perkins (Austin 22.10.2006)
                    Note: This 30-minute documentary was also screened on the Orlando Film
                               Festival in early November 2010.

090516B  16th May: US radio (Westwood One) 'Off The Record'. Host: Joe Benson.
                    - interview with MJ
                    - interview with BW
                    - interview with KR

090518A  18th May: THE DIRTY STRANGERS.
                    Download-only-track (Track Records/Nokia Music Store).
                     - Wide Boys & Slim Pickings (Alan Clayton/Mark Harrison) -Buried
                          Treasure Mix; KR on guitar; see 880400A.

090518B  18th May: THE DIRTY STRANGERS.
                    Download-track (Track Records/i-tunes). Producer: Brian James.
                    - She's A Real Botticelli (KR/Alan Clayton/John Proctor/George Butler) -
                         Zodiac Youth Do-Wah-Dee-Dee Mix; with KR on piano

090518C  18th May (?): THE DIRTY STRANGERS.
                    Download-only-track (Track Records).
                     - Didn't Want To Be An Angel (Alan Clayton) -Buried Treasure Mix; KR
                         on guitar; see 880400A.

090500B  May (?): THE DIRTY STRANGERS.
                   Promotional CD-single (Track Records 00020). Producer: Brian James.
                   - She's Real Botticelli (KR/Alan Clayton/John Proctor/George Butler) -
                        Album Mix; with KR on piano
                   - She's Real Botticelli (KR/Alan Clayton/John Proctor/George Butler) -
                        Youth Radio Mix; with KR on piano
                   - She's Real Botticelli (KR/Alan Clayton/John Proctor/George Butler) -
                        Zodiac Youth Mix;  with KR on piano
                   - She's Real Botticelli (KR/Alan Clayton/John Proctor/George Butler) -
                        Youth Dub Mix; composer credit only (piano not audible)

090519A  19th May: New York City, The Knitting Factory
                    KR attends a Bernard Fowler-gig.
                    Note: A private video with footage of KR (and Patti Hansen) exists.

090613A  13th June: THE ABC OF BOOGIE WOOGIE. London, England, 100 Club
                   Line-up: CW (dr)/Ben Waters (p)/Axel Zwingenberger (p)/Chris Jagger
                                  (gtr, voc, washboard)/Dave Green (bass)/Derek Nash (sax)/Willie
                                  Garnett (sax)/Charlie Hart (accordion)/Maxwell Hamish (voc)

090620A  20th June: THE RHYTHM KINGS. London, The Millennium Hotel, 'The
                   Heritage Foundation Annual Awards And Summer Ball'

090625A  25th June: UK TV (BBC One) 'The One Show', incl.
                   - interview with BW by Adrian Chiles and Christine Bleakley

090629A  29th June: Norwegian TV (VGTV), incl.
                   - interview with RW by Ida Anna Haugen (at arrival in Norway)

090630A  30th June: SLASH AND FRIENDS. Kristiansand, Norway, 'Quart Festival'
                   - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR)
                   - Stay With Me (RW/Rod Stewart) -RW on vocals
                   - Knocking On Heavens Door (Bob Dylan) -Fergie on backing vocals
                   - It's Only Rock'n Roll (MJ/KR) -unverified
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Slash (gtr)/John 5 (gtr)/Chris Chaney (bass)/Jason
                                   Bonham (dr)/Franky Perez (voc)/Teddy Andreadis (keyb)

090603A  3rd July: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   2 DVD's 'Shine A Light (Collector's Box)' (Geneon Entertainment GNBF-
                   7546, -Japan). Director: Martin Scorsese. Incl. the following unique bonus
                   footage:
                   - interviews with all four Stones (Berlin 8.2.2008)
                   + footage from the Berlinale/Berlin Film Festival 8.2.2008
                   Note: For all other info see 080207C.

090606A  6th July: UK radio (BBC Scotland) 'Songlines' (about Satisfaction), incl.
                   - interview with KR
                   - interview with MJ

090707A  7th July: UK radio (BBC4) 'John Mayall's Blues Adventures', incl.
                   - interview with BW

090616A  16th July: UK TV (Sky Channel) 'Skysports', incl.
                    - footage of MJ and CW at test match at Lord's Cricket Ground, London

090720A  20th July: RHYTHMS DEL MUNDO.
                   CD 'Classics' (APE 2710218). Producer: Kenny Young. Incl. one remixed
                   track of the Rolling Stones, originally recorded and released in Fall 1964:
                   - Under The Boardwalk (Arthur Resnick/Kenny Young) by The Rolling Stones;
                        remix
                   Possible line-up: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/Harold Lopez-Nussa (p)/Frank Rubio
                                   (bass)/Demetrio Muniz (tb)/Thommy Lowry Garcia (tp)/Carlos Alvarez
                                   Guerra (tb)/Tomas Ramos (perc)/Kenny Young (perc)/Amadito Valdez
                                   (timbales)/Jorge Chicoy (gtr)/Pucho Lopez (p)/Barbarito Torres (laud)

090700A  July: probably Cote D'Azur, South of France, BW's home
                   - BW message to the Variety Club (Children Charity)

090811A  11th August: PEARL JAM. London, Shepherds Bush Empire, incl.
                    - All Along The Watchtower (Bob Dylan)
                    Line-up: RW (gtr)/Eddie Vedder (voc)/Stone Gossard (gtr)/Mike McCready
                                   (gtr)/Jeff Ament (bass)/Matt Cameron (dr)
                    Note: Broadcast on French radio (Radio 21).

090817A  17th August: VARIOUS ARTISTS.
                   DVD 'All You Need Is Love - Vol. 14: All Along The Watchtower' (Tony
                   Palmer TPDVD142). TV-series from 1977, directed by Tony Palmer, incl.:
                   - Stones backstage in Fort Collins 19.07.75 (with Elton John)
                   - Stones live-footage from 19.07.75 (with Sympathy For The Devil by
                        Bryan Ferry dubbed over)
                   - interview with BW (probably Fort Collins, 19.07.75)
                   - interview with tour manager Peter Rudge (probably Fort Collins, 19.07.75)
                   Note: For more info see 770500A.

090829A  29th August: US radio (Westwood One) 'Off The Record', incl.
                    - interview with BW by Joe Benson

090800A  late August: JERRY LEE LEWIS.
                   Download-single (Verve Forecast/Universal, -US). Producers: Steve Bing &
                   Jim Keltner.
                   - Mean Old Man (Kris Kristofferson)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr)/Jerry Lee Lewis (voc, p)/Kenny Lovelace (gtr)/
                                  Rick Rosas (bass)/Jim Keltner (dr)

090901A  1st September: THE ABC OF BOOGIE WOOGIE. London, England,
                    Royal Festival Hall, The Purcell Room
                    Line-up: CW (dr)/Ben Waters (p)/Axel Zwingenberger (p)/Dave Green 
                                   (bass)/Derek Nash (sax)/Willie Garnett (sax)/Hamish Maxwell
                                   (voc)/Jools Holland (p, voc; probably only some songs)

090901B  1st September: VARIOUS ARTISTS.
                    Music game 'Guitar Hero V' (Activision), incl.:
                    - Sympathy For The Devil (MJ/KR) -by The Rolling Stones; slightly longer,
                         with definite ending) (see 680604A)

090902A  2nd September: THE ABC OF BOOGIE WOOGIE. Milton Keynes,
                   England, The Stables
                   Line-up: CW (dr)/Ben Waters (p)/Axel Zwingenberger (p)/Dave Green 
                                  (bass)/Derek Nash (sax)/Willie Garnett (sax)/Hamish Maxwell (voc)

090902B  2nd September: German radio ( ), incl.
                   - interview with BW by Walter Fischer (London, Sticky Fingers Café)

090903A  3rd September: THE ABC OF BOOGIE WOOGIE. Crawley, England,
                   The Hawth Theatre
                   Line-up: See above.

090903B  3rd September: UK TV (BBC South East) 'Today'
                   - interview with CW by Claudia Sermbezis (backstage in Crawley)

090904A  4th September: THE ABC OF BOOGIE WOOGIE. Southampton,
                   England, The Concorde Club
                   Line-up: See above.

090907A  7th September: BANDAGED. London, Abbey Road Studios
                   Recording of a charity-single for the Children In Need-project with BW on bass:
                   - All You Need Is Love (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) -Full Track
                   - All You Need Is Love (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) -Chapel Edit
                   - All You Need Is Love (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) -Pudsey Mix
                   - All You Need Is Love (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) -Goodnight Mix
                   Note: Parts of the sessions were filmed and used for a promo film in
                             which BW also sings backing vocals.
                             For all other info see 091109A and 091109B.

090911A  11th September: internet video-stream (YouTube/Repertoire Records).
                    - interview with BW by Chris … (London, Sticky Fingers, May 2009)

22nd - 24th September: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Denmark-Tour.
                 Line-up: BW (bass, voc)/Georgie Fame (org, voc)/Graham Broad (dr)/
                                Terry Taylor (gtr, bvoc)/Frank Mead & Nick Payn (horns)/
                                Beverley Skeete (voc)/Geraint Watkins (p, voc)

090922A  22nd September: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Copenhagen, Denmark, Falconer Salen

090922B  22nd September: THE ABC OF BOOGIE WOOGIE. UK TV (BBC2)
                   'Later Live...With Jools Holland', London, incl.
                   - interview with CW by Jools Holland
                   - unknown boogie woogie-song 1 ( )
                   Line-up: CW (dr)/Ben Waters (p)/Axel Zwingenberger (p)/Jools Holland 
                                  (p)/Dave Green (bass)

090923A  23rd September: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Aarhus, Denmark, Musikhuset

090924A  24th September: BLACK SWAN EFFECT. Dublin, Ireland, BT2-shop
                   RW plays three tracks with his son's band in the window of a
                   clothes shop as part of the Arthur Day-celebrations.
                   - Winter Sun (Dominic Greensmith/Gareth Hale)
                   - Rat In A Cage (Dominic Greensmith/Gareth Hale)
                   - Come Home (Dominic Greensmith/Gareth Hale)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr)/Jesse Wood (bass)/Dominic Greensmith (dr)/Gareth Hale
                                  (gtr, voc)/John Hogg (gtr)
                  
090924B  24th September: BLACK SWAN EFFECT. Dublin, Ireland, Vicar Street
                   RW plays with his son's band in the streets of Dublin as part of the Arthur
                   Day-celebrations, incl.
                   - Come Home (Dominic Greensmith/Gareth Hale)
                   + maybe more
                   Line-up: see above.

090924A  24th September: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Esbjerg, Denmark, Musikhuset

090925A  25th September: THE ABC OF BOOGIE WOOGIE. UK TV (BBC2)
                   'Later Live...With Jools Holland', London, incl.
                   - Later...-intro music by The ABC Of Boogie Woogie, Gang Of Four
                       and many others
                   - interview with CW by Jools Holland (different to September 22)
                   - unknown boogie woogie-song 2 ( )
                   - unknown boogie woogie-song 1 ( ) -different take to September 22
                   Line-up: CW (dr)/Ben Waters (p)/Axel Zwingenberger (p)/Jools Holland 
                                  (p)/Dave Green (bass)

090926A  26th September: Australian radio (ABC Radio National) 'Not Fade Away -
                   The Rolling Stones'. Host: Clinton Heylin. Incl.
                   - interviews with all four Stones
                   - interview with BW (ca. 1993)
                   - interview with BJ (mid-60's)

090926B  26th September: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Lahnstein, Germany, Stadthalle 
                   Lahnstein, '29. Lahnsteiner Bluesfestival'
                   Line-up: BW (bass, voc)/Graham Broad (dr)/Albert Lee (gtr)/Terry Taylor
                                  (gtr, bvoc)/Frank Mead & Nick Payn (horns)/Beverley Skeete
                                  (voc)/Geraint Watkins (p, voc)

090928A  28th September: ROD STEWART.
                   4 CD-box 'The Rod Stewart Sessions 1971-1998' (Rhino 8122 79853 8).
                   Incl. twelve early and alternate tracks from Rod Stewart's sessions with
                   RW on guitar and bass from 1970 - 1974:
                   - Maggie May (Rod Stewart/Martin Quittenton) -early version
                   - Seems Like A Long Time (Ted Anderson) -alternate version
                   - Italian Girls (RW/Rod Stewart) -early version
                   - You Wear It Well (Rod Stewart/Martin Quittenton) -early version
                   - Lost Paraguayos (RW/Rod Stewart) -alternate version
                   - I’d Rather Go Blind (Bill Foster/Ellington Jordan) -alternate version
                   - Angel (Jimi Hendrix) -alternate version
                   - Think I’ll Pack My Bags (RW) -early version of 'Mystifies Me'
                   - Farewell (Rod Stewart/Martin Quittenton) -early version
                   - Girl From The North Country (Bob Dylan) -alternate version
                   - A Natural Man (Gerry Goffin/Carole King/Jerry Wexler) -alternate version
                   - So Tired (Rod Stewart) -early version
 
090928B  28th September: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   DVD ‘Gimme Shelter’ (Warner Brothers Entertainment Z1 75597). 2nd
                   re-release of the classic movie from 1970 (see 701206A), fully restored,
                   with the same bonus material as the first re-release from November 2000
                   (see 001114A) plus
                    - Brown Sugar (MJ/KR) -MJ on guitar and vocals; backstage New York
                         City 27. or 28.11.69
                    Note: MJ sings his new (embryonic) composition to Ike & Tina Turner.

091000A  Autumn: THE ROLLING STONES. New York City, One East Studio; Los
                   Angeles, Henson Recording Studios; Los Angeles, The Village; Los Angeles,
                   Mix This! and London, unidentified studio. Mixing, editing and overdubbing
                   of Exile On Main St.-leftovers and alternate takes (originally recorded
                   between 1970 and 1971). Incl.
                   - All Down The Line II (MJ/KR) -alternate take
                   - Dancing In The Light II (MJ/KR) -new vocals, guitar and percussion by MJ
                   - Following The River II (MJ/KR) -new vocals, guitar and percussion by MJ,
                       additional strings arrangement by David Campbell
                   - Good Time Woman (MJ/KR)
                   - I'm Not Signifying II (MJ/KR) -new vocals and harmonica by MJ
                   - Loving Cup II (MJ/KR) -alternate take
                   - Pass The Wine (Sophia Loren) II (MJ/KR) -new vocals and guitar by MJ,
                       additional backing vocals by Lisa Fisher and Cindy Mizelle
                   - Plundered My Soul II (MJ/KR) -album version, new vocals and guitar by
                        MJ, new guitar by MT, additional backing vocals by Lisa Fisher and
                        Cindy Mizelle
                   - Plundered My Soul III (MJ/KR) -radio mix of version II
                   - So Divine (Aladdin Story) III (MJ/KR) -new vocals by MJ, new addional
                        guitar by KR
                   - Soul Survivor I (MJ/KR) -alternate take; KR on lead vocals
                   - Title 5 (MJ/KR) -take 1; instrumental
                   Musicians: MJ (voc, gtr, perc, harm)/KR (gtr)/MT (gtr)/Lisa Fisher &
                                      Cindy Mizelle (bvoc)/David Campbell (strings arrangement)

091001A  1st October: US radio (WNGZ-FM), New York City, incl.
                    - phone-interview with BW by Kyle McCurry (from Gedding)

091004A  4th October: THE RHYTHM KINGS. German TV (SWR3) 'After Midnight - Das
                   beste vom 29. Lahnsteiner Bluesfestival 2009', incl. the following footage from
                   Lahnstein 26.9.2009:
                   - BW is given the Louis Armstrong Blues Award by promoter Fritz Rau
                   - Tear It Up (Johnny and Dorsey Burnette/Paul Burlison)
                   - Johnny B. Goode (Chuck Berry)
                   - I Put A Spell On You (Jalacy Hawkins)
 
091012A  12th October: THE ABC OF BOOGIE WOOGIE. Hamburg, Germany, St.
                    Pauli Theater
                    Line-up: CW (dr)/Ben Waters (p)/Axel Zwingenberger (p)/Jools Holland 
                                   (p)/Dave Green (bass)/Lila Ammons (p, voc)

15th - 18th October: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Dutch and Belgian-Tour.
                  Line-up: BW (bass, voc)/Graham Broad (dr)/Terry Taylor (gtr, bvoc)/Frank
                                 Mead & Nick Payn (horns)/Beverley Skeete (voc)/Geraint Watkins
                                 (p, voc)/Eddie Floyd (voc; only some songs)

091015A  15th October: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Zoetermer, Holland, De Boerderij
091016A  16th October: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Breda, Holland, Mezz

091017A  17th October: US TV (Spike TV) 'Scream 2009', Los Angeles, Greek Theater
                    - KR gets the Rock Immortal-award from Johnny Depp

091017B  17th October: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Leeuwarden, Holland, Muziekcentrum
                    Schaaf
091018A  18th October: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Brugge, Belgium, Schouwburg

091019A  19th October: THE ROLLING STONES.
                    Book with DVD 'On Camera, Off Guard 1963 - 69' (Anova Books, England,
                    ISBN 078-1-86205-868-2). Incl.the following DVD-content:
                    - silent super 8 live-footage from Luton 9.9.64
                    - silent super 8 pre-show-footage from Bournemouth 18.7.65
                    - silent super 8 rehearsal-footage from London, Palladium 1.8.65

091024A  24th October: THE RHYTHM KINGS/FACES. London, probably
                   Ritz Studios. Rehearsals for next day's gig.

091025A  25th October: THE RHYTHM KINGS. London, England, Royal Albert
                  Hall, 'Helping The Heart Of Music'
                  Line-up: BW (bass, voc)/Georgie Fame (org, voc)/Graham Broad (dr)/Albert Lee
                                 (gtr, voc)/Terry Taylor (gtr, bvoc)/Frank Mead & Nick Payn (horns)/
                                 Beverley Skeete (voc)/Geraint Watkins (p, voc)/Yan Akkerman (voc;
                                 only on some songs)/Mel C (voc; only on some songs)/Mick Hucknall 
                                 (voc; only on some songs)/Andy Fairweather-Low  (gtr, voc; only on
                                 some songs)

091025B  25th October: FACES. London, England, Royal Albert Hall, 'Helping
                   The Heart Of Music'
                    - Cindy Incidentally (RW(Rod Stewart/Ian McLagan) -unverified
                    - Ooh La La (RW/Ronnie Lane)
                    - Stay With Me (RW/Rod Stewart)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/BW (bass)/Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/Kenney
                                   Jones (dr)/Mick Hucknall (voc)/Andy Fairweather-Low (gtr, voc)
                    Note: Charity concert in aid for PRS for Music Members Benevolent Fund.

091025C  25th October: ALL STAR BAND. London, England, Royal Albert Hall,
                   'Helping The Heart Of Music'
                   - Stay With Me (RW/Rod Stewart)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr)/BW (bass)/Ian McLagan (el p)/Kenney Jones (dr)/
                                  Mick Hucknall (voc)/Andy Fairweather-Low (gtr)/Albert Lee (gtr)/
                                  Kiki Dee, Mel C, Feargal Sharkey, Paul Carrack (bvoc)/Georgie
                                  Fame (org)/Graham Broad (dr)/ Frank Mead & Nick Payn (horns)
                                  and many others
                   Note: Charity concert in aid for PRS for Music Members Benevolent Fund.

091027A  27th October: THE RHYTHM KINGS. London, probably Ritz Studios.
                   Tour-rehearsals.

28th October - 6th December: BILL WYMAN'S RHYTHM KINGS. UK Tour.
                  Line-up: BW (bass, voc)/Georgie Fame (org, voc)/Graham Broad (dr)/Albert Lee
                                 (gtr, voc)/Terry Taylor (gtr, bvoc)/Frank Mead & Nick Payn (horns)/
                                 Beverley Skeete (voc)/Geraint Watkins (p, voc)/Gary U.S. Bonds (voc;
                                 only some songs)

091028A  28th October: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Newcastle, England, City Hall
091029A  29th October: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Hull, England, City Hall
091030A  30th October: THE RHYTHM KINGS. High Wycombe, England, The Swan

091030B  30th October: U2. New York City, Madison Square Garden, 'The 25th
                   Anniversary Rock'n Roll Hall Of Fame Concert', incl.
                    - Gimme Shelter (MJ/KR) -with Fergie on vocals, Bono on guitar,
                         Will.I.Am on keyboards
                    - Stuck In A Moment That You Can't Get Out Of (U2)
                    Line-up: MJ (voc)/Bono (voc)/The Edge (gtr)/Adam Clayton (bass)/Larry
                                   Mullen Jr. (dr)
                    Note: The whole show was professionally filmed by US HBO TV. It was
                              officially released on DVD (see 100928A) and CD (see 101102A) in
                              Autumn 2010.
 
091031A  31st October: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Cambridge, England, Corn Exchange

091102A  2nd November: UK radio (BBC6), incl.
                   - interview with RW (on red carpet, at Classic Rock Awards, London)

091102B  2nd November: London, England, Park Lane Hotel, 'Classic Rock Magazine                 
                   Roll Of Honor Awards'
                   - RW gets Outstanding Contribution Award handed from Pete Townshend
                   Note: The whole event was professionally filmed.          

091102C  2nd November: THE RHYTHM KINGS. King's Lynn, England, Corn
                    Exchange

091103A  3rd November: THE ROLLING STONES.
                    3 CD's + 1 DVD 'Get Yer Ya Ya's Out! (40th Anniversary Edition)' (Abkco
                    02392 -US). Newly remastered edition with the original album on disc 1 (see
                    700904B), tracks by supporting acts B.B. King and Ike & Tina Turner on
                    disc 3, a DVD with footage and outtakes from the Gimme Shelter-shootings
                    and five previously unreleased live-tracks on disc 2:
                   - Prodigal Son (Rev. Robert Wilkins) -New York City 28.11.69, 2nd show
                   - You Gotta Move (Fred McDowell/Rev. Gary Davis) -New York City
                         28.11.69, 2nd show
                   - Under My Thumb (MJ/KR) -New York City 27.11.69
                   - I'm Free (MJ/KR) -New York City 27.11.69
                   - Satisfaction (MJ/KR) -New York City 28.11.69, 1st show
                   DVD-contents:
                   - backstage-footage with Jimi Hendrix (MSG, New York City 27.11.69 )
                   - Prodigal Son (Rev. Robert Wilkins) -New York City 27.11.69
                   - You Gotta Move (Fred McDowell/Rev. Gary Davis) -New York 27.11.69
                   - Your Angel Steps Out Of Heaven (Jack Ripley) -KR on piano only, Muscle
                        Shoals Studios, Florence, Alabama; probably 4.12.69
                   - photo-shooting for Ya Ya's-cover with MJ & CW (Gravelly Hill Interchange,
                        near Birmingham, England, probably February 1970)
                   - Under My Thumb/I'm Free (both: MJ/KR) -New York 28.11.69, 1st show
                   - Satisfaction (MJ/KR) -New York City 27.11.69
                   - Stones waiting for the helicopter to Altamaont, together with members of
                       Grateful Dead, probably San Francisco, 6.12.69
                   Note: Released in Europe and other parts of the world on November 30.

091103B  3rd November: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Norwich, England, Theatre Royal
091104A  4th November: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Ipswich, England, Corn Exchange
091106A  6th November: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Bournemouth, England, Pavilion
091107A  7th November: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Truro, England, Hall For Cornwall
091108A  8th November: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Salisbury, England, City Hall

091109A  9th November: BANDAGED.
                   CD-single (Absolute/TOGs Calendar CDTOG1). Producer: AD Chivers.
                   BW's part recorded in London, at Abbey Road Studios on Sept. 7 (see 090907A).
                   - All You Need Is Love (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) -Full Track
                   - All You Need Is Love (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) -Pudsey Mix; with Midge
                        Ure on guitar
                   - All You Need Is Love (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) -Chapel Edit
                   Note: For more info, see 091109B.

091109B  9th November: BANDAGED.
                   2 CD's 'Bandaged Together' (Absolute/TOGs Calendar). Producer: AD Chivers.
                   BW's part recorded in London, at Abbey Road Studios on September 7 (see
                   090907A). Incl.
                   - All You Need Is Love (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) -Full Track
                   - All You Need Is Love (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) -Goodnight Mix
                   Line-up: BW (bass)/Nick Mason (dr)/Brian May (gtr)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/
                                  Jason Rebello (p)/Harry Chivers (tamb)/Midge Ure, Sharon Corr, Lee
                                  Mead, Hayley Westenra, Paloma Faith, Clare Teal, Cara Dillon, Bailey
                                  Tzuke, Red Hurley, Terry Wogan, Finbar Furey, Ade Edmondson, Troy
                                  Donockley, Andy Dinan. Peter Gabriel, Hugh Cornwell, Anthony Head,
                                  Beth Rowley, Heather Small, Imelda May, Bryan Ferry (voc)/Everyone
                                  else and their dog (brass, strings, bvoc)
                   Note: Benefit-album for the Children In Need-project.

091109C  9th November: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Swansea, England, Grand Theatre
091111A  11th November: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Preston, England, Guildhall
091112A  12th November: THE RHYTHM KINGS. New Brighton, England, The                  
                     Floral Pavilion
091113A  13th November: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Birmingham, England, Town Hall
091114A  14th November: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Basingstoke, England, The Anvil

091115A  15th November: THE ROLLING STONES.
                    Download-EP (Promotone B.V. under exclusive licence to Universal
                    International Music B.V.):
                    - Wild Horses (MJ/KR) -audio; Sticky Fingers-version
                    - Wild Horses (MJ/KR) -audio; Stripped-version
                    - Wild Horses (MJ/KR) -video; Knebworth 21.8.76, previously unreleased

091115B  15th November: UK radio (BBC2) 'Sounds Of the 70's', incl.
                    - phone-interview with BW by Johnnie Walker (recorded earlier in Autumn)

091116A  16th November: THE ABC OF BOOGIE WOOGIE. London, England,
                    The Bull's Head
                    Line-up: CW (dr)/Ben Waters (p)/Axel Zwingenberger (p)/Dave Green 
                                   (bass)/Derek Nash (sax)/Willie Garnett (sax)

091116B  16th November: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Gateshead, England, The Sage

091117A  17th November: THE ABC OF BOOGIE WOOGIE. Wimborne, England,
                    The Tivoli
                    Line-up: see above.

091117B  17th November: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Aberdeen, Scotland, Music Hall

091118A  18th November: THE ABC OF BOOGIE WOOGIE. Lyme Regis, England,
                    Marine Theatre
                    Line-up: see above.

091118B  18th November: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Glasgow, Scotland, Royal Concert Hall
                    Note: With special guest Martin Taylor (gtr) on the encores.

091119A  19th November: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Dunfermline, Scotland, Alhambra
                     Theatre
091121A  21st November: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Malvern, England, Forum Theatre
091122A  22nd November: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Cheltenham, England, Town Hall
091124A  24th November: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Harrogate, England, International
                    Centre
091125A  25th November: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Manchester, England, Bridgewater
                     Hall
091126A  26th November: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Bristol, England, Colston Hall
091128A  28th November: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Barnstable, England, Queen's
                    Theatre

091129A  29th November: VARIOUS ARTISTS.
                   9 DVD-box 'Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Museum Live' (Time Life 24943-X,
                   -US). Incl:
                   - MJ inducts The Beatles (New York 20.1.88)
                   - I Saw Her Standing There (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) -New York 20.1.88
                   - Pete Townshend inducts The Rolling Sones (NYC 18.1.89)
                   - speeches by MJ, KR, RW, MT (New York 18.1.89)
                   - Satisfaction (MJ/KR) -New York 20.1.88
                   - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR) -New York 18.1.89
                   - KR inducts Leo Fender (New York 15.1.92)
                   - KR inducts ZZ Top (New York 15.3.04)
                   - Start Me Up (MJ/KR) -New York 18.1.89
                   - KR backstage with ZZ Top and Kid Rock (New York 15.3.04)
                   - KR inducts The Ronettes (New York 12.3.07)
                   - I Can't Turn You Loose (Otis Redding) -New York 18.1.89
                    - Feelin’ Alright (Dave Mason) -New York 15.3.04
                    - Sweet Little Rock’n Roller (Chuck Berry) -New York 15.3.04
                   - Train Kept A-Rollin' (T. Bradshaw/H. Kay/L. Mann) -Cleveland 4.4.09
                   - Train Kept A-Rollin' (Bradshaw/Kay/Mann) -rehearsal; Cleveland 4.4.09
                   - Big River (Johnny Cash) -New York 15.1.92
                   - Stand By Me (Ben E. King/Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller) -New York 20.1.88
                   - Roll Over Beethoven (Chuck Berry) -New York 23.1.86
                   - River Deep, Mountain High (Spector/Greenwich/Barry) -New York 18.1.89
                   - Shout (O’ Kelly Isley/Ronald Isley/Rudolph Isley) -New York 15.1.92
                   - The Twist (Hank Ballard) -New York 23.1.86
                   - All Along The Watchtower (Bob Dylan) -New York 15.1.92
                   - Green Onions (Jones/Crooper/Jackson/Steinberg) -New York 15.1.92
                   - RW inducts Bobby Womack (New York 4.4.09)
                   - KR inducts Chuck Berry (New York 23.1.1986)
 
091129B  29th November: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Plymouth, England, Theatre Royal
091201A  1st December: THE RHYTHM KINGS. London, England, Cadogan Hall
091202A  2nd December: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Southend, England, Cliff's Pavilion
091203A  3rd December: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Dorking, England, Halls
091204A  4th December: THE RHYTHM KINGS. St. Albans, England, Arena

091205A  5th December: UK radio (BBC2) 'Shedding Hippie Blood', Altamont-special,
                   incl.
                   - short interview with KR (from BBC-archives)
                   - interview with Ron Schneider
                   - interview with Sam Cutler
                   - interview with Jo Bergman
                   - interview with Chip Monck 
                   - interview with Albert Maysles
                   - short interview with MJ (from BBC-archives)

091205B  5th December: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Leicester, England, De Montfort
                     Hall
091206A  6th December: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Milton Keynes, England, The Stables

091207A  7th December: UK radio (BBC2) 'Jools Holland', incl.
                   - Jools Sig Tune (Jools Holland) -instrumental intro music
                   - interview with Peter J. Silvester by Jools Holland
                   - interview with Axel Zwingenberger by Jools Holland
                   - Suitcase Blues (Albert Ammons)
                   - interview with CW by Jools Holland
                   - Blue Pill Boogie (Axel Zwingenberger) -improvised and titled on the spot
                   - interview with Lila Ammons by Jools Holland
                   - Don't Advertise Your Man (Rosa Henderson) -Lila Ammons on vocals
                   - Doing The Boogie Woogie (Albert Ammons) -Lila Ammons on vocals
                   Line-up: CW (dr)/Jools Holland (p)/Axel Zwingenberger (p)/Dave Swift
                                  (bass)/Mark Flanagan (gtr)/Gilson Lavis (?)/Phil Veacock (sax)/
                                  Lisa Grahame (sax)

091207B  7th December: US radio ( ) 'In The Studio', "Let It Bleed 40th Anniversary".
                    Host: Red Beard. Incl.
                    - interview with BW
                    - interview with MT

091209A  9th December: London, Dorchester Hotel
                    - interview with MJ by Carlo Antonelli

091219A  19th December: Belgian TV (VRT1 ) 'Vlaanderen Vakantieland', incl.
                    - interview with BW by Andrea Croonenbergh (at Sticky Fingers, London)

091227A  27th December: Irish radio (RTE Radio 1) 'Miriam Meets', incl.
                    - interview with Frankie Gavin (about recording with RW)
                    + If You Love Me (Marguerite Monnot/Geoffrey Parsons) -Frankie Gavin
                        premiers a previously unreleased DeDannan-studiotrack with RW on lap steel