2011

110100A  2010 or early 2011: BW's home (either Gedding Hall or London).
                   BW shoots five spots for the upcoming (but cancelled) Rolling Stones-exhibition
                   at Victoria & Albert Museum, London (due February 2011)

110110A  10th January: UK radio (Absolute Radio) 'The Ronnie Wood Show'. Host:

                    RW. Show #38. Incl.
                    - Nowhere To Run (Brian & Eddie Holland/Lamont Dozier) -RW on guitar (some
                         riffs only)
                    - Let's Go Out Tonight (John Lee Hooker) -RW plays guitar along to John Lee
                         Hooker's studio version of the song
                    - Gasoline Alley (RW/Rod Stewart) -RW on guitar (some slide-riffs only)
                    - Far Away Eyes (MJ/KR) -RW sings along to The Rolling Stones' studio
                         version of the song (last chorus only)
                    - The Man In Me (Bob Dylan) -RW plays guitar along to Bob Dylan's
                          studio version of the song

110111A  11th January: UK radio (Absolute Radio) 'The Christian O'Connell Breakfast
                    Show', incl.
                    - interview with RW by Christian O'Connell
                    Note: Also streamed on the Absolute Radio-website.

14th January - 4th February. BILL WYMAN'S RHYTHM KINGS. European Tour.
                   Line-up: BW (bass, voc)/Georgie Fame (org, voc)/Graham Broad (dr, bvoc)/
                                  Albert Lee (gtr, voc)/Andy Fairweather-Low (gtr, voc)/Frank Mead
                                  (sax, harm, voc, perc)/Nick Payn (sax, flute, bvoc)/Beverley Skeete
                                  (voc)/Geraint Watkins (p, voc, accordion)

110114A  14th January: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Venlo, Holland, Theatre De Maaspoort

110117A  17th January: Dutch radio (Haarlem 105) 'Haarlem Luncht', incl.

                    - phone-interview with BW

110117B  17th January: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Ijmuiden, Holland, Stadsschouwburg
                    Velsen

110118A  18th January: Dutch TV (Nederland 1) 'KoffieMAX', incl.
                    - interview with BW by Myrna Goossen

110118B  18th January: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Hengelo, Holland, Rabotheater
110119A  19th January: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Heerlen, Holland, Parkstad Limburg
                    Theaters
110120A  20th January: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Nijmegen, Holland, De Vereeniging

110121A  21st January: UK radio (Absolute Radio) 'The Ronnie Wood Show'. Host:
                   RW. Show #39. Incl.
                   - Woman You Need Love (Willie Dixon) -RW plays guitar along to the studio
                         recording of  Muddy Waters
                   - Guitar Shuffle (William Broonzy) -RW on guitar
                   - I Don't Think So (RW) -RW plays guitar along to his own studio recording
                   - Just A Gigolo (Irving Caesar/Julius Brammer/Leonello Casucci) -RW sings
                         and claps along to the studio recording of Louis Prima

110121B  21st January: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Hamburg, Germany, Fabrik
                   (Band introduction/I Got A Woman/Jump, Jive & Wail/Sweet Soul Music/
                    Chicken Shack Boogie/All Night Long/Harlem Shuffle/Hit The Road Jack/
                    That's Rock'n Roll/Just Your Fool/It's Raining/Run Through The Jungle/
                    You Never Can Tell/It's A Man's World/Jitterbug Boogie/Three Cool Cats/
                    Out Demons Out/Route 66/Anyway The Wind Blows/I Just Want To Make
                    Love To You/Just For A Thrill/I'll Be Your Baby Tonight/I'm Ready/
                    I Put A Spell On You/Honky Tonk Women/Days Like This/Tear It Up)

110122A  22nd January: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Malmo, Sweden, Konserthus
110123A  23rd January: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Gothenburg, Sweden, Konserthuset
110124A  24th January: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Stockholm, Sweden, Berwaldhallen

110124B  24th January: German TV (NDR3) 'Kulturjournal', incl.
                    - interview with BW (in Hamburg)

110125A  25th January: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Vasteras, Sweden, Konserthus
110126A  26th January: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Linkoping, Sweden, Konsert & Kongress

110128A  28th January: UK radio (Absolute Radio) 'The Ronnie Wood Show'. Host:
                   RW. Show #40. Incl.
                   - Going To A Go Go (William Robinson/Marvin Tarplin/William P.
                        Moore/Robert Rogers) -RW on guitar (some riffs only)
                   - That Time (Regina Spektor) -RW plays guitar along to the studio recording
                       of Regina Spektor
                   - Mandolin Wind (Rod Stewart) -RW on guitar (some riffs only)
                   - Hammerhead (Jeff Beck/Jason Rebello) -RW on guitar (some riffs only)
                   - Handle With Care (George Harrison/Bob Dylan/Jeff Lynne/Tom Petty/Roy
                       Orbison) -RW on guitar (some riffs only)
                   - If Loving You Is Wrong (Carl Hampton/Homer Banks/Ray Jackson) -RW plays
                        guitar along to the studio recording of Luther Ingram

110128B  28th January: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Osnabrück, Germany, Osnabrückhalle
110129A  29th January: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Veldhoven, Holland, Theater De Schalm
110130A  30th January: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Rijswijk, Holland, De Rijswijkse
                   Schouwburg
110201A  1st February: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Stadskanaal, Holland, Theater Geert Teis
110202A  2nd February: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Hoorn, Holland, Schouwburg Het Park
110203A  3rd February: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Esch, Luxembourg, Rockhal

110204A  4th February: UK radio (Absolute Radio) 'The Ronnie Wood Show'. Host:
                   RW. Show #41. Incl.
                   - Smokey Joe's Café (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller) -RW plays guitar along to the
                       studio recording of The Coasters
                   - Mannish Boy (McKinley Morganfield/Ellas McDaniel/Mel London) -RW on
                        guitar (intro only)
                   - Guitar Man (Jerry Reed) -RW plays guitar along to the studio recording of
                       Duane Eddy

110204B  4th February: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Aarberg, Switzerland, Hotel-Restaurant
                    Krone

110211A  11th February: UK radio (Absolute Radio) 'The Ronnie Wood Show'. Host:
                    RW. Temporary co-host: Ana Araujo. Show #42. Incl.
                    - Let The Good Times Roll (Fleecie Moore/Sam Theard) -RW on guitar (some
                         riffs only)
                    - Breathe On Me (RW) -RW on guitar and vocals
                    - Party Doll (Buddy Knox/Jimmy Bowen) -RW plays guitar along to the studio
                        recording of Buddy Knox
                    - Buona Sera (Carl Sigman/Peter DeRose) -RW sings along to the studio
                        recording of Louis Prima

110200A  February onwards: SUPERHEAVY. Los Angeles, California, Jim Henson Studios.
                   MJ & Dave Stewart finish about 16 songs for their upcoming SuperHeavy-project
                   (begun in Summer 2008 and recorded in L.A. at Henson Studios, in Miami at
                   Circle House Studios, on board of the boat Octopus while cruising the Mediterranean,
                   Red and Ionian Seas and in Hollyood at Panchathan Studios). Producers: MJ & Dave
                   Stewart. Sound engineers: Clif Norrell, Eric Lue Young & many others. Incl.
                   - Beautiful People I (MJ/D. Marley/J. Stone/D. Stewart/A.R. Rahman) -album
                       version
                   - Beautiful People II (MJ/Marley/Stone/Stewart/Rahman) -promo edit
                   - Common Ground (MJ/Damian Marley/Joss Stone/Dave Stewart)
                   - Energy I (MJ/Damian Marley/Joss Stone/Dave Stewart) -album version
                   - Energy II (MJ/Damian Marley/Joss Stone/Dave Stewart) -radio edit
                   - Hey Captain (MJ/Damian Marley/Joss Stone/Dave Stewart)                  
                   - I Can’t Take It No More (MJ)
                   - I Don’t Mind (MJ/Damian Marley/Joss Stone/Dave Stewart)
                   - Miracle Worker I (MJ/Marley/Stone/Stewart/Rahman) -album version
                   - Miracle Worker II (MJ/D. Marley/J. Stone/D. Stewart/A.R. Rahman) -Chris
                       Lord-Alge Radio Mix
                   - Miracle Worker III (MJ/D. Marley/J. Stone/D. Stewart/A.R. Rahman) -Damian
                       "Jr. Gong" Marley Main Mix - Radio Edit
                   - Miracle Worker IV  (MJ/D. Marley/J. Stone/D. Stewart/A.R. Rahman) -Ashley
                       Beedle's Warbox Remix
                   - Mihaya (A.R. Rahman/Damian Marley/Joss Stone)
                   - Never Gonna Change I (MJ/Dave Stewart) -album version
                   - Never Gonna Change II (MJ/Dave Stewart) -acoustic version
                   - New Born Baby (SuperHeavy) -unverified
                   - One Day One Night (MJ/D. Marley/J. Stone/D. Stewart/A.R. Rahman)
                   - Rock Me Gently (Damian Marley/Joss Stone/Dave Stewart)
                   - Run Me Down (SuperHeavy) -unconfirmed
                   - Satyameva Jayathe I (A.R. Rahman/Damian Marley/Joss Stone) -album version
                   - Satyameva Jayathe II (A.R. Rahman/Damian Marley/Joss Stone) -radio edit
                   - Soul Music (SuperHeavy) -unverified
                   - Superheavy (MJ/D. Marley/J. Stone/D. Stewart/A.R. Rahman)
                   - Unbelievable (MJ/D. Marley/J. Stone/D. Stewart/A.R. Rahman)
                   - Warring People (MJ/Damian Marley/Joss Stone/Dave Stewart /A.R. Rahman)
                   - World Keeps Turning (MJ/Damian Marley/Joss Stone/Dave Stewart)
                   + about 10 other tracks
                      Musicians: MJ (voc, gtr, harm)/Dave Stewart (gtr)/Joss Stone (voc)/Damian
                                         Marley (voc, programming)/A.R. Rahman (keyb, programming,  
                                         voc)/Shiah Coore (bass)/Courtney Diedrick (dr)/Mike Rowe (keyb)/
                                         Anne Marie Calhoun (violin, strings)/Anna Stafford (violin)/Leon
                                         Mobley (perc)/Christian Lohr (keyb)/Hollie Farris (tp)/Jeff Watkins
                                         (sax)

110200B  February: MICK JAGGER FEAT. RAPHAEL SAADIQ. Los Angeles,
                   California, unknown rehearsal space, incl.
                   - Everybody Needs Somebody To Love (B. Russell/S. Burke/J. Wexler) -rehearsal
                    Line-up: MJ (voc)/Raphael Saadiq (gtr)/& Raphael Saadiq's band incl.
                                   Terrance Taplin (tb) and Jamelle Williams (tp)
                   Note: Professionally filmed and streamed on MJ's website.

110213A  13th February: MICK JAGGER FEAT. RAPHAEL SAADIQ. Los Angeles,
                   California, Staples Center, '53rd Annual Grammy Awards', incl.
                    - Everybody Needs Somebody To Love (B. Russell/S. Burke/J. Wexler)
                    Line-up: MJ (voc)/Raphael Saadiq (gtr)/& Raphael Saadiq's band incl.
                                   Terrance Taplin (tb) and Jamelle Williams (tp)
                    Note: Aired live on US TV (CBS).

110215A  15th February: MICK JAGGER FEAT. RAPHAEL SAADIQ.
                    Download-only (I-tunes USA/The Recording Company).
                     - Everybody Needs Somebody To Love (Bert Russell Berns/Solomon Burke/
                          Jerry Wexler) -live in Los Angeles 13.2.2011 (see 110213A); audio
                     - Everybody Needs Somebody To Love (Bert Russell Berns/Solomon Burke/
                          Jerry Wexler) -live in Los Angeles 13.2.2011 (see 110213A); video

110218A  18th February: UK radio (Absolute Radio) 'The Ronnie Wood Show'. Host:
                    RW. Show #43. Incl.
                    - It's Gonna Work Out Fine (J. Micheal Lee/Joe Seneca/Rose Marie McCoy/
                         Sylvia McKinney) -RW on guitar (some riffs only)
                    - Grounds For Divorce (Guy Garvey) -RW plays guitar along to the studio
                        recording of Elbow
                   - If You Gotta Make A Fool Of Somebody (Rudy Clark) -RW sings along to
                        the studio recording of James Ray
                   - Sally May (John Lee Hooker) -RW plays guitar along to the studio recording
                        of John Lee Hooker
                   - Spoonful (Willie Dixon) -RW on guitar (some riffs only)

110218B  18th February: UK TV (BBC4) 'Toots And The Maytals: Reggae Got Soul'. Incl.
                    - interview with KR by Bill Murphy (NYC, Bowery Hotel, June 2010)

110225A  25th February: UK radio (Absolute Radio) 'The Ronnie Wood Show'. Host:
                    RW. Show #44. Incl.
                    - Feelin’ Alright (Dave Mason) -RW on guitar and vocals
                    - Infekshun (RW) -RW on guitar (intro only)
                    - Ain’t That Loving You Baby (Jimmy Reed) -RW sings and plays guitar along to
                         the studio recording of Jimmy Reed
                    - Ain’t That Loving You Baby (Jimmy Reed) -RW on guitar and vocals
                    - Sing Me Back Home (Merle Haggard) -RW on guitar (some riffs only)

110228A  28th February: US radio (The Classics) 'Keith Richards - A Rock'n Roll Life'.
                   Host: Steve Downes. Incl.
                    - interview with KR
                    - interview with RW
                    - interview with MJ
                    - interview with CW

110301A  1st March: UK TV (Sky Arts HD) 'Ronnie Wood - Fame In The Frame', incl.
                    - interview with RW (at RW's home near London)
                    + RW in conversation with John Myatt, who is doing a painting of RW

110304A  4th March: UK radio (Absolute Radio) 'The Ronnie Wood Show'. Host: RW.
                   Show #45. Incl.
                   - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR) -RW on guitar (some riffs only)
                   - Dead Flowers (MJ/KR) -RW on guitar and vocals
                   - Talkin' 'Bout You (Chuck Berry) -RW on guitar and vocals
                   - Talkin' 'Bout You (Chuck Berry) -RW plays guitar along to the studio version
                       of Chuck Berry
                   - The Things That I Used To Do (Edward Jones) -RW on guitar (some licks only)
                   - Milk Cow Blues (Kokomo Arnold) -RW plays percussion along to the studio
                       version of Elvis Presley
                   - Milk Cow Blues (Kokomo Arnold) -RW on guitar (some riffs only)

110307A  7th March: BEN WATERS.
                   promotional CD-single (Eagle Records, -France). Producer: Ben Waters.
                   - Watching The River Flow (Bob Dylan) -radio edit
                   Line-up: MJ (voc, harm)/KR (gtr)/RW (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)/Ben Waters (p)/
                                  Jools Holland (org)/Willie Garnett (sax)/Alex Garnett (sax)/Don Weller
                                  (sax)/Tom Waters (asax)/Dave Swift (tamb)
                   Note: For all other info, see 110406A.

7th March - 7 April: THE ABC & D OF BOOGIE WOOGIE. European Tour Gigs.
                   Line-up: CW (dr)/Ben Waters (p, voc)/Axel Zwingenberger (p)/Dave Green 
                                  (bass)

110307B  7th March: THE ABC & D OF BOOGIE WOOGIE. Wimborne, England, Tivoli
                    Theatre

110309A  9th March: THE ABC & D OF BOOGIE WOOGIE. London, England, The
                    Ambassadors Theatre, 'Boogie 4 Stu' (1st show), incl. (some are unverified):
                    - Roll 'Em Pete (Pete Johnson/Joe Turner) -Hamish Maxwell on lead vocals
                    - Cherry Red (Pete Johnson/Joe Turner) -Hamish Maxwell on lead vocals
                    - Drowning In My Own Tears (Henry Glover) -Mick Hucknall on lead vocals
                    - Roomin' House Boogie (Amos Milburn) -Ben Waters on lead vocals
                    - Worried Life Blues (John Estes/Major Merriweather) -RW on lead vocals
                    - You Never Can Tell (Chuck Berry) -BW on lead vocals
                    - Shake, Rattle And Roll (William Calhoun) -Hamish Maxwell on lead
                         vocals
                    - Don't You Lie To Me (Hudson Whittaker) -Shakin' Stevens on lead
                         vocals, Martyn Hope on guitar
                    - Bring It On Home To Me (Sam Cooke) -Mick Hucknall on lead vocals
                    - Down The Road Apiece (Tony Raye) -Jools Holland on lead vocals and piano
                    - Can I Get A Witness (Brian Holland/Lamont Dozier/Eddie Holland) -Mick
                          Hucknall on lead vocals
                    Note: With special guests RW (gtr, voc), BW (bass, voc), MT (gtr), Mick
                              Hucknall (voc), Jools Holland (p, voc), Tom Waters (sax), Don Weller (sax),
                              Willie Garnett (sax), Shakin' Stevens (voc), Martyn Hope (gtr), Hamish
                              Maxwell (voc)

110309B  9th March: THE ABC & D OF BOOGIE WOOGIE. London, England, The
                    Ambassadors Theatre, 'Boogie 4 Stu' (2nd show) incl. (some are unverified):
                    - Roll 'Em Pete (Pete Johnson/Joe Turner) -Hamish Maxwell on lead vocals
                    - Cherry Red (Pete Johnson/Joe Turner) -Hamish Maxwell on lead vocals
                    - Drowning In My Own Tears (Henry Glover) -Mick Hucknall on lead vocals
                    - Roomin' House Boogie (Amos Milburn) -Ben Waters on lead vocals
                    - Worried Life Blues (John Estes/Major Merriweather) -RW on lead vocals
                    - You Never Can Tell (Chuck Berry) -BW on lead vocals
                    - Shake, Rattle And Roll (William Calhoun) -Hamish Maxwell on lead
                         vocals
                    - Don't You Lie To Me (Hudson Whittaker) -Shakin' Stevens on lead
                         vocals, Martyn Hope on guitar
                    - Bring It On Home To Me (Sam Cooke) -Mick Hucknall on lead vocals
                    - Down The Road Apiece (Tony Raye) -Jools Holland on lead vocals and piano
                    - Little Queenie (Chuck Berry) -Ben Waters on lead vocals
                    - Can I Get A Witness (Brian Holland/Lamont Dozier/Eddie Holland) -Mick
                          Hucknall on lead vocals
                    - Hi-Heel Sneakers (Robert Higginbotham) -Mick Hucknall on lead vocals
                    Note: With special guests RW (gtr, voc), BW (bass, voc), MT (gtr), Mick
                              Hucknall (voc), Jools Holland (p, voc), Tom Waters (sax), Don Weller (sax),
                              Willie Garnett (sax), Shakin' Stevens (voc), Martyn Hope (gtr), Hamish
                              Maxwell (voc)

110311A  11th March: UK radio (Absolute Radio) 'The Ronnie Wood Show'. Host: RW.
                   Show #46. Incl.
                    - Tracks Of My Tears (William Robinson) -RW on guitar (intro only)
                    - interview with Mary Wilson by RW
                    - Yes We Can Can (Allen Toussaint) -RW plays guitar and Mary Wilson sings
                        along to the studio version of The Pointer Sisters
                    - Brown Sugar (MJ/KR) -RW plays guitar along to the studio version
                      of The Rolling Stones
                    Note: Part of the show was filmed and streamed on ronniewoodradio.com.
 
110312A  12th March: RONNIE WOOD.
                    3 LP's 'I Feel Like Playing - Live At The Ambassadors' (SHPRWLPBOX1).
                    Recorded live in London, at Ambassadors Theatre, 19.10.2010, 2nd show.
                    A: - Introduction
                         - Thing About You (RW/Billy Gibbons)
                         -100 % (RW/Bernard Fowler)
                    B: - Why You Wanna Go And Do A Thing Like That For? (RW/K. Kristofferson)
                         - Lucky Man (RW/Eddie Vedder/Bob Rock/Paul Hyde)
                         - I Gotta See (RW/Bernard Fowler)
                    C: - Spoonful (Willie Dixon)
                         - Sweetness My Weakness (RW/Bernard Fowler)
                         - Forever (RW)
                     D: - Tell Me Something (RW)
                          - Fancy Pants (RW/Bernard Fowler)
                          - Debris (Ronnie Lane)
                     E: - Night Time (Bob Feldman/Jerry Goldstein/Richard Gottehrer)
                         - Around The Plynth/Prodigal Son (RW/Rod Stewart)(Rev. Robert Wilkins)
                     F: - Stay With Me (RW/Rod Stewart)
                        - Jumping Jack Flash (MJ/KR)
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, voc, harm)/Adam Greene (gtr)/Jesse Wood (bass)/Andy
                                   Newmark (dr)/Andy Wallace (keyb)/Bernard Fowler (voc)/Beverley
                                   Knight (voc)/Mica Paris (voc)

110314A  14th March: THE ABC & D OF BOOGIE WOOGIE. Hannover, Germany,
                    Hangar No. 5

110315A  15th March: German TV (NDR) 'Hallo Niedersachsen', incl.
                    - interview with CW (& Dave Green) by Christoph Hamann (Hannover 14.3.2011)

110315B  15th March: THE ABC & D OF BOOGIE WOOGIE. Hamburg, Germany,
                    St. Pauli Theater
                    (fast instrumental/Roll 'Em Pete #1/Got An Uncle In Harlem/Roomin' House
                     Boogie/Cadillac Boogie/fast instrumental/fast instrumental/Honky Tonk Train
                     Blues/slow instrumental/Lady Be Good/mid-tempo instrumental/Sympathy For
                     The Drummer/slow instrumental/fast instrumental/Shake, Rattle & Roll/Roll
                     'Em Pete #2/fast instrumental/fast instrumental)

110315C  15th March: VARIOUS ARTISTS.
                    Download-tracks (i-tunes US/Direct Holdings Americas Inc.) 'The Best Of Rock
                    And Roll Hall Of Fame Live', incl. the following All Star Band-jams:
                    - I Saw Her Standing There (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) -with MJ; NYC 20.1.88
                    - Satisfaction (MJ/KR) -with MJ; New York 20.1.88
                    - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR) -with MJ, KR, RW & MT; New York 18.1.89
                    - Start Me Up (MJ/KR) - with MJ, KR, RW & MT; New York 18.1.89
                    - Train Kept A-Rollin' (T. Bradshaw/H. Kay/L. Mann) -with RW; Cleveland 4.4.09
                    Note: Previously released on DVD (see 091129A). Some of the tracks were later
                              released on CD (see 111101A).

110317A  17th March: THE ABC & D OF BOOGIE WOOGIE. Southampton, England,
                    The Brook
                    Note: With special guests Tom Bowler (gtr) and Julian Phillips (p).

110318A  18th March: UK radio (Absolute Radio) 'The Ronnie Wood Show'. Host: RW.
                    Show #47. Incl.
                    - Black Limousine (MJ/KR/RW) -RW on guitar (intro only)
                    - Three Button Hand Me Down (Rod Stewart/Ian McLagan) -RW on guitar
                         (some riffs only)
                    - Rough Mix (Pete Townshend/Ronnie Lane) -RW plays guitar along to the
                        studio version of Pete Townshend & Ronnie Lane
                    - Jolene (Dolly Parton) -RW plays guitar along to the studio version of Dolly
                        Parton
                    - Jolene (Dolly Parton) -RW on guitar (some riffs only)
                    - Almost Hear You Sigh (MJ/KR/Steve Jordan) -RW plays guitar along to
                         the studio version of The Rolling Stones
                    - All Night Till Daylight (R. Lewis/Tommy Cowan) -RW plays guitar along
                         to the studio version of Jacob Miller
                    - Johnny Too Bad (Derrick Crooks/Hylton Beckford/Sydney Crooks/Trevor
                         Wilson/Winston Bailey) -RW sings and plays guitar along to the studio
                         version of The Slickers

110321A  21st March: THE ABC & D OF BOOGIE WOOGIE. Weiz, Austria, Kunsthaus

110322A  22nd March: THE ABC & D OF BOOGIE WOOGIE. Amstetten, Austria,
                   Johann-Pölz-Halle

110324A  24th March: ALL STAR BAND. Moscow, Russia, 'The Naked Heart
                    Foundation's 5th Anniversary Gala'                 
                    - Run Through The Jungle (John Fogerty) -unverified
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, voc)/Johnny Marr (gtr, voc)/Andy Newmark (dr)/Andy
                                   Wallace (keyb)/Nile Marr (gtr)/Jesse Wood (bass)

110324B  24th March: Ridgefield, Connecticut, Playhouse
                   KR visits Peter Wolf & The Midnight Travelers backstage
                   Note: A private film of this was streamed on Peter Wolf's website.

110325A  25th March: UK radio (Absolute Radio) 'The Ronnie Wood Show'. Host: RW.
                   Show #48. Incl.
                   - Red Beans And Rice (Cropper/Dunn/Jackson/Jones) -RW on guitar (intro only)
                   - Long Distance Call (McKinley Morganfield) -RW plays guitar along to
                        the studio version of Muddy Waters
                  - Long Distance Call (McKinley Morganfield) -RW on guitar (some riffs only)
                  - Coming Home (Bonnie and Delaney Bramlett) -RW on guitar (intro only)
                  - Mercedes Benz (Bob Neuwirth/Janis Joplin/Mike McClure/Mack McClure) -
                       RW sings along to the studio version of Janis Joplin (last refrain only)
                  - Dead Flowers (MJ/KR) -RW sings and claps along to the studio version of
                       The Rolling Stones (last refrain only)

110327A  27th March: US radio (Westwood One) 'Off The Record'. Host: Joe Benson. Incl.
                    - interview with KR
                    - interview with MJ

110328A  28th March: THE ABC & D OF BOOGIE WOOGIE. Imst, Austria, Stadtsaal

110328B  28th March: Finnish radio (YLE Radio Suomi) 'Bluesministeri', incl.
                    - phone-interview with CW by Esa Kuloniemi

110329A  29th March: Austrian TV (ORF) 'Tirol heute', incl.
                    - interview with CW (backstage in Imst 28.3.2011) by Martin Sailer
                    + footage from the concert in Imst 28.3.2011

110330A  30th March: THE ABC & D OF BOOGIE WOOGIE. Vienna, Austria, Metropol
                   (Route 66/fast instrumental/Got An Uncle In Harlem/Cadillac Boogie/Chicken
                    Shack Boogie/mid-tempo instrumental/The Sheik Of Araby/Band introduction/
                    fast instrumental/slow instrumental/Lady Be Good/slow instrumental/Sympathy
                    For The Drummer/Boogie Woogie Country Girl/slow instrumental/Roll 'Em Pete/
                    fast instrumental/Shake, Rattle And Roll)
                   Note: With special guest Andy Lee Lang (voc, p) on Shake, Rattle And Roll.

110331A  31st March: THE ABC & D OF BOOGIE WOOGIE. Vienna, Austria, Metropol
                   (fast instrumental/Route 66/Got An Uncle In Harlem/Roll 'Em Pete/fast
                    instrumental/The Sheik Of Araby/Band introduction/fast instrumental/mid-tempo
                    instrumental/Lady Be Good/slow instrumental/Sympathy For The Drummer/
                    How Long Blues/fast instrumental/fast instrumental/fast instrumental)

110401A  1st April: UK radio (Absolute Radio) 'The Ronnie Wood Show'. Host: RW.
                   Show #49. Incl.
                   - some flamenco-like riffs by RW on guitar
                   - Proud Mary (John Fogerty) -RW plays guitar along to the live-version (New
                       York November 1969) of Ike & Tina Turner
                   - Don't Mess With Cupid (Deanie Parker/Eddie Floyd/Steve Cropper) -RW on
                        guitar (some licks only)
                   - Don't Fight It (Steve Cropper/Wilson Pickett) -RW plays guitar along to the
                        studio version of Wilson Pickett

110401B  1st April: THE ABC & D OF BOOGIE WOOGIE. Vienna, Austria, Metropol
                   (Route 66/Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On/Got An Uncle In Harlem/Cadillac
                    Boogie/mid-tempo instrumental/The Sheik Of Araby/mid-tempo instrumental/
                    Lady Be Good/slow instrumental/Sympathy For The Drummer/Roomin' House
                    Boogie/Shake, Rattle And Roll/slow instrumental/fast instrumental/Roll 'Em Pete/
                    slow instrumental/mid-tempo instrumental)

110403A  3rd April: THE ABC & D OF BOOGIE WOOGIE. Helsinki, Finland, Tavastia
                    Klubi

110405A  5th April: THE ABC & D OF BOOGIE WOOGIE. Barcelona, Spain, Luz De Gas
                   Note: With special guests August Tharrats (p) and Lluis Coloma (p) on a few songs.

110405B  5th April: podcast (winglessangels.com) 'Episode 2'. Host: Michael Kuelker. Incl.
                    - interview with KR by Roger Steffens (Los Angeles, early 2010)
                    - interview with KR by Bill Murphy (New York City, June 2010)

110400A  April: BEN WATERS.
                   promotional DVD/EPK 'Boogie 4 Stu' (Eagle Records 1014412EAG). Incl.
                   - interview with CW & Ben Waters (Vienna 31.3.2011)
                   - fast instrumental ( ) -by The ABC&D Of Boogie Woogie; soundcheck Vienna,
                       between 30.03. - 01.04.2011
                   - Bring It On Home To Me (Sam Cooke) -by Rocket 88; Montreux 21.7.1984

110406A  6th April: BEN WATERS.
                    CD 'Boogie 4 Stu - A Tribute To Ian Stewart' (Ward Records VQCD-10270, -
                    Japan). Producer: Ben Waters. Mixed by Glyn Johns. Mainly recorded in London
                    in February 2010 at Helicon Mountain Studios. KR recorded his part in New York
                    City at One East Studios in fall 2010 and MJ recorded his part at his homestudio in
                    Pocé sur Cisse, France at La Fourchette in 2010. Incl.
                    - Roomin' House Boogie (Amos Milburn) -KR on guitar, BW on bass
                    - Worried Life Blues (John Estes/Major Merriweather) -RW on vocals and guitar,
                         KR on vocals, CW on drums
                    - Boogie For Stu (Ben Waters/Jools Holland) -CW on drums
                    - Make Me A Pallet (Trad.) -CW on drums
                    - Midnight Blues (Trad.) -CW on drums
                    - Watching The River Flow (Bob Dylan) -MJ on vocals and harmonica, KR on
                         guitar, RW on guitar, BW on bass, CW on drums
                     - Roll 'Em Pete (Pete Johnson/Joe Turner) -CW on drums
                     - Bring It On Home To Me (Sam Cooke) -Rocket 88 live in Montreux 21.07.84;
                          STU on piano
                     - Kidney Stew (Eddie Vinson/Leona Blackman) -Japan-only bonus-track; CW on
                         drums
                     - Chicago Calling (Cyril Davies) -Japan-only bonus-track; Rocket 88 live in
                         Montreux 21.07.84; STU on piano
 
110406A  6th April: THE ABC & D OF BOOGIE WOOGIE. Barcelona, Spain, Luz De Gas
                   (Roll 'Em Pete/Cadillac Boogie/Got An Uncle In Harlem/Shake, Rattle And Roll/
                    Honky Tonk Train Blues/Rhapsody In Blue/Jump And Jive/slow instrumental/
                    Lady Be Good/blues instrumental/Sympathy For The Drummer/Route 66/Down
                    The Road Apiece/mid-tempo instrumental/fast instrumental/fast instrumental)

110407A  7th April: THE ABC & D OF BOOGIE WOOGIE. Barcelona, Spain, Luz De Gas
                   (Route 66/Cadillac Boogie/Got An Uncle In Harlem/fast instrumental/Jeannie
                    Jeannie Jeannie/mid-tempo instrumental/Rhapsody In Blue/Honky Tonk Train
                    Blues/slow instrumental/Lady Be Good/blues instrumental/Sympathy For The
                    Drummer/mid-tempo instrumental/fast instrumental/slow instrumental/Roll 'Em
                    Pete/fast instrumental/Shake, Rattle And Roll)
      
110408A  8th April: UK radio (Absolute Radio) 'The Ronnie Wood Show'. Host: RW.
                   Show #50. Incl.
                    - Wake Up Little Susie (Boudleaux Bryant/Felice Bryant) -RW on guitar (some
                         riffs only)
                    - Corinna (Taj Mahal/Jesse Ed Davis) -RW on guitar and vocals
                    - Innocent People Cry (Gregory Isaacs) -RW on guitar (some riffs only)

110415A  15th April: UK radio (Absolute Radio) 'The Ronnie Wood Show'. Host: RW.
                    Show #51. Incl.
                    - Good Times (Harry Vanda/George Young) -RW on guitar (some riffs only)
                    - Rock With You (Rod Temperton) -RW plays guitar along to the studio
                         version of Michael Jackson
                    - Hide Away (Freddie King/Sonny Thompson) -RW plays guitar along to the
                         studio version of Freddie King
                    - Hide Away (Freddie King/Sonny Thompson) -RW on guitar
                    - Edit (Regina Spektor) -RW plays guitar along to the studio version of Regina
                        Spektor

110420A  20th April: UK TV (ITV) 'Daybreak', incl.
                    - interview with BW and Ben Waters

110422A  22nd April: UK radio (Absolute Radio) 'The Ronnie Wood Show'. Host: RW.
                   Show #52. One-year-anniversary-show, incl.
                    - Celebration (Kool & The Gang/Ronald Bell) -RW plays guitar and sings along
                         to the studio version of Kool & The Gang
                    - Havin’ A Party (Sam Cooke) -RW sings and plays guitar along to the
                         studio version of Sam Cooke
                    - Johnny B. Goode (Chuck Berry) -RW on guitar (intro only)
                    - Layla (Eric Clapton/Jim Gordon) -RW on guitar (intro only)

110422B  22nd April: internet-stream (keithrichards.com)
                   - a message by KR to the people in Japan

110429A  29th April: UK radio (Absolute Radio) 'The Ronnie Wood Show'. Host: RW.
                   Co-host: Flea. Show #53. Incl.
                   - Jam 1 ( ) -RW and Flea on bass-guitars
                   - RW in conversation with Flea
                   - Jam 2 ( ) -RW and Flea on bass-guitars
                   - Red Beans & Rice (Steve Cropper/Donald Dunn/Al Jackson/Booker T. Jones)
                        -RW on guitar, Flea on bass (some riffs only)
                   - Spoonful (Willie Dixon) -RW on guitar and vocals, Flea on bass
                   Note: Part of the show was filmed and streamed on ronniewoodradio.com.

110506A  6th May: UK radio (Absolute Radio) 'The Ronnie Wood Show'. Host: RW.
                   Show #54. Incl.
                   - Ooh La La (RW/Ronnie Lane) -RW on guitar (intro only)
                   - It's My Life, Baby (Don Robey/Ferdinand Robinson) -RW on guitar (some
                        riffs only)
                   - It's My Life, Baby (Don Robey/Ferdinand Robinson) -RW plays guitar along
                        to the studio version of Johnny Winter
                   - At Last (Harry Warren/Mack Gordon) -RW plays guitar along to the studio
                        version of Etta James
                   - At Last (Harry Warren/Mack Gordon) -RW on guitar (some licks only)

110507A  7th May: THE RHYTHM KINGS. London, Grosvernor House Hotel, 'Bunbury's
                   Big 25th Birthday Ball'

110507B  7th May: Anaheim, California, Disneyland. Premiere of the movie 'Pirates Of The
                   Caribbean: On Stranger Tides'. Director: Rob Marshall. Starring: Johnny Depp,
                   Penélope Cruz, Ian McShane, Geoffrey Rush and KR. KR's part was filmed at
                   Pinewood Studios, Iver Heath (near London), England in September 2010.
                   Note: KR (and Patti Hansen) attended the premiere, which was filmed by many
                             news stations.

110500A  May: various newscasts (about 'Pirates Of The Caribbean: On Stranger Tides'), incl.
                   - interview with KR & Johnny Depp (London, September 2010)

110509A  9th May: London, Grosvenor House, 'Sony Radio Academy Awards'.
                   RW wins Sony Gold Award (Music Radio Personality Of The Year 2011)
                   Note: Privately and semi-professional filmed.

110511A  11th May: US TV (NBC) 'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon', incl.
                    - interview with KR by Jimmy Fallon (in New York City)

110513A  13th May: UK radio (Absolute Radio) 'The Ronnie Wood Show'. Host: RW.
                    Show #55. Incl.
                    - some improvised riffs (RW) -RW on guitar
                    - The Ballad of Jed Clampett (a/k/a Theme From Beverly Hillbillies) (Paul
                        Henning) -RW on guitar (intro only)
                    - Sophronie (Alton Delmore) -RW on guitar (some riffs only)

110517A  17th May: Dutch TV (VARA) 'De Wereld Draait Door', incl.
                    - interview with BW by Frank Evenblij

110520A  20th May: UK radio (Absolute Radio) 'The Ronnie Wood Show'. Host: RW.
                   Show #56. Co-host: Robbie Robertson. Incl.
                   - RW in conversation with Robbie Robertson
                   - Forty-Four (Chester Burnett) -RW plays guitar along to the studio
                       version of Howlin' Wolf

110522A  22nd May: UK radio (BBC6) 'Cerys On 6', incl.
                    - interview with BW by Cerys Matthews

110527A  27th May: UK radio (Absolute Radio) 'The Ronnie Wood Show'. Host: RW.
                   Show #57. Incl.
                   - some improvised riffs with lots of reverb (RW on guitar)
                   - Good Golly Miss Molly (John Marascalco) -RW plays guitar along to the
                        studio version of Little Richard
                   - Gasoline Alley (RW/Rod Stewart) -RW plays guitar along to the studio
                        version of Rod Stewart
                   - The Hunter (Al Jackson, Jr./Booker T. Jones/Donald Dunn/Junior Wells/
                        Steve Cropper) -RW on guitar (some riffs only)
                   - No Money Down (Chuck Berry) -RW plays guitar along to the studio
                        version of Chuck Berry

110529A  29th May: German TV (RTL) and TV stations around the world:
                   MJ as guest at the F1 Grand Prix Race  in Monte Carlo, Monaco.

110602A  2nd June: German TV (SWR) '60 Jahre Messe auf dem Killesberg', incl.
                   - Jumping Jack Flash (MJ/KR) -Stuttgart 20.9.70, part only
                   + arrival of the Stones on Stuttgart airport in September 1970

110603A  3rd June: UK radio (Absolute Radio) 'The Ronnie Wood Show'. Host: RW.
                   Show #58. Incl.
                   - Emotional Rescue (MJ/KR) -RW on guitar (some riffs only)
                   - Run Through The Jungle (John Fogerty) -RW on guitar (some riffs only)
                   - Mockingbird (Charlie & Inez Foxx) - RW plays guitar along to the studio
                        version of Aretha Franklin
                   - Mockingbird (Charlie & Inez Foxx) -RW on guitar (some riffs only)

110604A  4th June: THE JONES GANG. Bramley, England, Wintershall Estate, incl.
                    - one unverified song
                    Line-up: RW (gtr)/Kenney Jones (dr)/Rick Wills (bass)/... (gtr)… (voc)
                    Note: Charity concert in aid of the Heart And Stroke Trust Endeavour.

110604B  4th June: ROGER TAYLOR. Bramley, England, Wintershall Estate, incl.
                    - Voodoo Child (Jimi Hendrix)
                    Line-up: RW (gtr)/Roger Taylor (voc, tamb)/Spike Edney (keyb)/Steve Stroud
                                   (bass)/Rufus Taylor (dr)/Jason Falloon (gtr)
                    Note: Charity concert in aid of the Heart And Stroke Trust Endeavour.

110604C  4th June: Culver City, California, Sony Pictures Studios, '5th Annual Guys
                   Choice Awards'-ceremony, incl.
                    - KR gets the Brass Balls-award, handed out through Robert De Niro
                    Note: To be aired on US TV (Spike TV) on June 10.

110606A  6th June: London, Vue Westfield Cinema, The Atrium
                   RW and Ana Araujo attend the premiere of the movie Larry Crowne.

110610A  10th June: MADELEINE PEYROUX.
                    CD 'Standing On The Rooftop' (Embracy Records 00602527734668).
                    Producer: Craig Street. Sound engineer: Matthew Cullen. Incl.
                     - The Kind You Can't Afford (BW/Madeleine Peyroux)
                     - Leaving Home Again (BW/Madeleine Peyroux)
                     Note: Composer credits only. BW does not play on the album.

110610B  10th June: UK radio (Absolute Radio) 'The Ronnie Wood Show'. Host: RW.
                    Show #59. Incl.
                    - Maybelline (Chuck Berry) -RW on guitar (intro only)
                    - blues improvisation (RW) -RW on guitar
                    - Do The Reggay (Toots Hibbert) -RW plays guitar along to the studio
                         version of Toots & The Maytals
                    - Sister Morphine (MJ/KR/Marianne Faithfull) -RW on guitar (some riffs only)
                    - Tracks Of My Tears (William Robinson) -RW on guitar (some riffs only)

110613A  13th June: UK radio (BBC London) 'Robert Elms', incl.
                    - interview with CW by Robert Elms (at BBC Recording House)

110617A  17th June: UK radio (Absolute Radio) 'The Ronnie Wood Show'. Host: RW.
                   Show #60. Incl.
                   - Why Don't We Do It In The Road? (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) -RW plays
                        guitar along to the studio version of The Beatles
                   - Why Don't We Do It In The Road? (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) -RW on
                        guitar and vocals
                   - Guitar Shuffle (Big Bill Broonzy) -RW on guitar
                   - When I Been Drinking (Big Bill Broonzy) -RW plays guitar along to the
                        studio version of Big Bill Broonzy & Washboard Sam
                   - When I Been Drinking (Big Bill Broonzy) -RW on guitar and vocals
                   - Vigilante Man (Woody Guthrie) -RW plays guitar along to the studio version
                        of Ry Cooder
                   - Vigilante Man (Woody Guthrie) -RW on guitar and vocals
                   - Sending Out Invitations (RW/Bobby Womack) -RW on guitar and vocals

110619A  19th June: UK radio (BBC3) 'Jazz Line-Up', incl.
                    - interview with CW (and Axel Zwingenberger) by Julian Joseph (London, BBC
                        Recording House, 13.6.2011)

110622A  22nd June: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   SACD 'It's Only Rock'n Roll' (Universal UIGY-9069, -Japan). Incl.
                   - Fingerprint File (MJ/KR) -slower mix
                   + Time Waits For No One (MJ/KR) -slightly longer (drum-out); previously
                         unreleased on CD

110623A  23rd June: UK TV (BBC) 'BBC Breakfast', incl.
                   - interview with RW, Kenney Jones and Mick Hucknall by Bill Turnbull and
                      Sian Williams

110624A  24th June: UK radio (Absolute Radio) 'The Ronnie Wood Show'. Host: RW.
                   Show #61. Co-host: Rod Stewart. Incl.
                   - Cocaine Blues (Trad.) -RW on guitar, Rod Stewart on guitar and vocals
                   - RW in conversation with Rod Stewart
                   - History Lesson (RW) -RW on guitar and vocals, Rod Stewart on vocals
                   + RW plays a part of a newly recorded demo, probably called History Lesson

110624B  24th June: THE ABC & D OF BOOGIE WOOGIE. London, Pizza Express
                   (1st show)
110624C  24th June: THE ABC & D OF BOOGIE WOOGIE. London, Pizza Express
                   (2nd show)
110625A  25th June: THE ABC & D OF BOOGIE WOOGIE. London, Pizza Express
                   (1st show)
110625B  25th June: THE ABC & D OF BOOGIE WOOGIE. London, Pizza Express
                   (2nd show)
                   Line-up: CW (dr)/Ben Waters (p, voc)/Axel Zwingenberger (p)/Dave Green 
                                  (bass)/Lila Ammons (voc)

110626A  26th June: UK radio (Absolute Radio), incl.
                   - interview with RW by Ben Jones (backstage at Hyde Park)

110626B  26th June: ROD STEWART. London, Hyde Park, 'Hard Rock Calling'. Incl.
                   - Maggie May (Rod Stewart/Martin Quittenton) -re-started
                   - Stay With Me (RW/Rod Stewart)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Paul Warren (gtr)/Don Kirkpatrick
                                  (gtr)/Conrad Korsch (bass)/Dave Palmer (dr)/Matt O'Connor (perc)/
                                  Chuck Kentis (keyb)/Janna Jacoby Harrold (mandolin, tamb)

110627A  27th June: podcast (winglessangels.com) 'Episode 3'. Host: Michael
                   Kuelker. Incl.
                   - interview with KR by Roger Steffens (Los Angeles, early 2010)
                   - interview with KR by Bill Murphy (New York City, June 2010)

110628A  28th June: B.B. KING. London, Royal Albert Hall
                   RW jams with B.B. King, Slash and other guests for about 45 minutes:
                   - Sweet Sixteen (Joe Josea/Riley King)
                   - The Thrill Is Gone (Rick Darnell/Roy Hawkins)
                   - Guess Who (Arthur Freed/Burton Lane)
                   - When The Saints Go Marchin' In (Trad.)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr)/B.B. King (gtr, voc)/Slash (gtr)/Susan Tedeschi (gtr, voc)/
                                  Derek Trucks (gtr)/Mick Hucknall (voc)/James "Boogaloo" Bolden
                                  (tp)/Stanley Abernathy (tp)/Walter King (sax)/Melvin Jackson (sax)/
                                  Charlie Dennis (gtr)/Reggie Richards (bass)/Ernest Vantrease (keyb)/
                                 Tony Coleman (dr)
                   Note: The complete show was professionally filmed and recorded and released
                              in March 2012 (see 120319A).

110629A  29th June: THE FACES. Ewhurst, Surrey, Kenney Jones' house.
                  Rehearsals. Incl.
                  - Maybe I'm Amazed (Paul McCartney) -instrumental
                  - Flying (RW/Rod Stewart/Ronnie Lane)
                  Note: These two songs were professionally filmed by Genesis Publications Ltd..
                  Line-up: see below.

110629B  29th June: SUPERHEAVY. Los Angeles, Paramount Studios. Director: Dave Stewart.
                   Shooting of a promovideo.
                   - Miracle Worker (Damian Marley)

110630A  30th June: Los Angeles, California, Henson Studios
                   Press conference by MJ and SuperHeavy

110701A  1st July: THE FACES. UK TV (BBC2) 'The Rob Brydon Show', London,
                    Teddington Studios. Incl.:
                    - interview with RW and Mick Hucknall by Rob Brydon
                    - Cherry, Cherry (Neil Diamond) -RW on guitar, Rob Brydon on guitar and
                         vocals
                    - Ooh La La (RW/Ronnie Lane)
                    - I’d Rather Go Blind (Bill Foster/Ellington Jordan) -unverified (unaired)
                    - Stay With Me (RW/Rod Stewart)
                    Line-up 'Ooh La La': RW (gtr)/Mick Hucknall (voc)/Rob Brydon (gtr, voc,
                                  whistling)
                    Line-up 'Stay With Me': RW (gtr, bvoc)/Ian McLagan (p, bvoc)/Kenney
                                  Jones (dr)/Mick Hucknall (voc)/Glen Matlock (bass, bvoc)/Jesse
                                  Wood (gtr)
                    Note: Aired in two parts on the 12th August and 2nd September.

110701B  1st July: UK radio (Absolute Radio) 'The Ronnie Wood Show'. Host: RW.
                    Show #62. Incl.
                    - instrumental improvisation (RW) -RW on guitar and harmonica
                    - Superfly (Curtis Mayfield) -RW on guitar (some riffs only)
                    - I Can Help (Billy Swan) -RW on guitar (some riffs only)
                    - Running On Empty (Jackson Browne) -RW plays guitar along to the live
                        version of Jackson Browne

2nd - 30th July: THE FACES. Various festival-gigs.
                  Line-up: RW (gtr, voc)/Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/Kenney Jones (dr)/Mick
                                 Hucknall (voc, gtr)/Glen Matlock (bass, bvoc)/Jesse Wood (gtr)

110702A  2nd July: THE FACES. near Banbury, England, The Great Tew Park, 'Cornbury
                   Festival'

110704A  4th July: US radio (syndicated) 'The Classics', "Rolling Stones Update". Host:
                   Steve Downes. Incl.
                   - interviews with all four Stones
                   - interview with BW

110706A  6th July: UK radio (BBC2) 'Steve Wright In The Afternoon', incl.
                    - interview with BW by Chris Tarrant

110707A  7th July: SUPERHEAVY.
                   Download-single (Universal Music). Producers: MJ & Dave Stewart.
                   - Miracle Worker (Damian Marley) -Chris Lord-Alge Radio Mix
                   - Miracle Worker (Damian Marley) -Damian "Jr. Gong" Marley Main Mix -
                       Radio Edit
                   Musicians: MJ (voc, gtr)/Dave Stewart (gtr, voc)/Damian Marley (voc)/Joss
                                      Stone (voc)/A.R. Rahman (keyb, voc)/Shiah Coore (bass)/Courtney
                                      Diedrick (dr)

110708A  8th July: UK radio (Absolute Radio) 'The Ronnie Wood Show'. Host: RW.
                   Show #63. Incl.
                   - Love Her With A Feeling (Hudson Whittaker) -RW plays guitar along to the
                       studio version of Tampa Red
                   - You Can't Always Get What You Want (MJ/KR) -RW on guitar (some licks
                       only)
                   - Deep Feeling (Chuck Berry) -RW on guitar (some riffs only)
                   - Baby Can I Hold You (Tracy Chapman) -RW on guitar (some licks only)
                   - Baby Can I Hold You (Tracy Chapman) -RW plays guitar along to the studio
                       version of Tracy Chapman
                   - Sing Me Back Home (Merle Haggard) -RW sings and claps along to the
                       studio version of The Flying Burrito Brothers
                   - I Don't Think So (RW) -RW plays guitar along to the studio version of his
                       own song
                   - 5446 That's My Number (Toots Hibbert) -RW plays guitar along to the studio
                       version of Toots & The Maytals
                   - 5446 That's My Number (Toots Hibbert) -RW on guitar and vocals

110708B  8th July: Weert, Netherlands, Evenemententerrein, 'Bospop Rock Festival'.
                   Backstage footage of RW & MT.
                   Note: Privately filmed.

110708B  8th July: THE FACES. Weert, Netherlands, Evenemententerrein, 'Bospop
                   Rock Festival'
                   (Miss Judys Farm/Had Me A Real Good Time/Silicone Grown/Maybe I'm
                    Amazed/Ooh La La/Cindy Incidentally/I'm Losing You/I'd Rather Go Blind/
                    Pool Hall Richard/Tin Soldier/All Or Nothing/Stay With Me)
                    Note: A private video of the show exists.

110709A  9th July: THE FACES. Werchter, Belgium, Festivalpark, 'TW Classic'
                   (Miss Judys Farm/Had Me A Real Good Time/Silicone Grown/Maybe I'm
                    Amazed/Ooh La La/Cindy Incidentally/I'm Losing You/I'd Rather Go Blind/
                    Too Bad/Pool Hall Richard/Tin Soldier/All Or Nothing/Stay With Me)
                    Note: A private video of the show exists.

110715A  15th July: UK radio (Absolute Radio) 'The Ronnie Wood Show'. Host: RW.
                    Show #64. Incl.
                    - Bring It Up (James Brown/Nat Jones) -RW on guitar (some riffs only)
                    - I’d Rather Go Blind (Bill Foster/Ellington Jordan) -RW plays guitar along to
                        the studio version of Etta James

110716A  mid-July: internet video-sharing website (YouTube)
                   - message by RW (saying thank you to fans whilst strumming the guitar)

110720A  20th July: UK TV (BBC2) 'Botham: The Legend of '81', incl.
                   - interview with MJ

110722A  22nd July: UK radio (Absolute Radio) 'The Ronnie Wood Show'. Host: RW.
                   Show #65. Incl.
                    - Sex Machine (James Brown/Bobby Byrd/Jack Lenhoff) -RW on guitar
                        (some riffs only)
                    - Beast Of Burden (MJ/KR) -RW on guitar (some riffs only)
                    - Cupid (Jack Johnson) -RW on guitar (some riffs only)
                    - Vigilante Man (Woody Guthrie) -RW on guitar and vocals
                    - Going Down (Don Nix) -RW on guitar (some riffs only)
                    - Shake (Sam Cooke) -RW plays guitar along to the studio version of
                         Sam Cooke
                    - Shake (Sam Cooke) -RW on guitar and vocals

110723A  23rd July: THE FACES. Ewhurst, England, Hurtwood Park, 'Polo Rocks'

110723B  23rd July: UK TV (Sky Arts) 'Hard Rock Calling - Rod Stewart', incl.
                    - Stay With Me (RW/Rod Stewart) -live at Hyde Park 26.6.2011

110724A  24th July: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Bury St. Edmunds, England, Abbey Gardens,
                   'Abbey Fest - Midsummer Picnic Concert'
                    Line-up: BW (bass, voc)/Georgie Fame (org, voc)/Graham Broad (dr, bvoc)/
                                   Terry Taylor (gtr, voc)/Andy Fairweather-Low (gtr, voc)/Frank Mead
                                   (sax, harm, voc, perc)/Nick Payn (sax, flute, bvoc)/Beverley Skeete
                                   (voc)/Geraint Watkins (p, voc, accordion)

110725A  25th July: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Skegness, England, Embassy Theatre
                    Line-up: see above.

110729A  29th July: UK radio (Absolute Radio) 'The Ronnie Wood Show'. Host: RW.
                   Show #66. Co-host: Ian McLagan. Incl.
                    - Ooh La La (RW/Ronnie Lane) -RW & Ian McLagan on guitar and vocals
                    - RW in conversation with Ian McLagan

110730A  30th July: THE FACES. Niigata, Japan, Naeba Ski Resort, 'Fuji Rock Festival '11'
                   (Miss Judy's Farm/Had Me A Real Good Time/Silicone Grown/Ooh La La/
                     I Wish It Would Rain/Maybe I'm Amazed/Flying/Debris/Around The Plynth-
                     That's All You Need-Gasoline Alley-Prodigal Son-Mona-Down Payment
                     Blues-The Jack-Around The Plynth/Cindy Incidentally/I'm Losing You/I'd
                     Rather Go Blind/Too Bad/Pool Hall Richard/Tin Soldier/All Or Nothing/
                     Stay With Me)

110801A  1st August: VARIOUS ARTISTS.
                    CD 'Live At Cornbury (EMI Records Ltd. CDLHN90). Recorded live in
                    Banbury, England on July, the 2nd. Incl.
                    - Stay With ME (RW/Rod Stewart) by The Faces
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/Kenney Jones (dr)/Mick
                                   Hucknall (voc)/Glen Matlock (bass, bvoc)/Jesse Wood (gtr)

110800A  August: MAROON 5 FEAT. CHRISTINA AGUILERA. Release of promo
                   video to their track 'Moves Like Jagger'. Director: Jonas Akerlund). Incl.
                   archive footage of MJ.

110802A  2nd August: UK radio (BBC2) 'The Queen Of Soul: The Legend Of Aretha
                   Franklin'. Host: Paul Sexton. Part 2, incl.
                   - interview with MJ

110805A  5th August: UK radio (Absolute Radio) 'The Ronnie Wood Show'. Host: RW.
                   Show #67. Incl.
                   - Just Walk In My Shoes (Helen & Kay Lewis) -RW plays guitar along to the
                       studio version of Gladys Knight & The Pips
                   - All Or Nothing (Steve Marriott/Ronnie Lane) -RW on guitar (intro only)
                   - All Or Nothing (Steve Marriott/Ronnie Lane) - RW plays guitar along to the
                        studio version of the Small Faces
                   - The Wind Cries Mary (Jimi Hendrix) -RW on guitar (some riffs only)
                   - Just Kissed My Baby (Art Neville/George Porter Jr./Leo Nocentelli/Joseph
                       Modeliste) -RW on guitar (some riffs only)
                   + some improvised instrumental (while telling a story about Janis Joplin)

110805B  5th & 12th August: US radio (Westwood One) 'The Beatle Years'. Host: Bob
                   Malik. Beatles/Stones-special in two parts. Incl.
                   - interview with KR
                   - interview with John Lennon
                   - interview with Andrew Oldham
                   - interview with BW
                   - interview with Paul McCartney
                   - interview with Nicky Hopkins
                   - interview with MJ

110807A  7th August: Polish internet TV (onet.pl), incl.
                   - report from Arabian Horse Days, at Janow Podlaski Stud, Poland with footage
                       of CW (and Shirley Watts)

110810A  10th August: US TV (ESPN) 'Willow Cricket Live', Birmingham, Edgbaston
                    Cricket Ground, incl.
                    - live-interview with MJ & A.R. Rahman by Harsha Bhogle

110812A  12th August: UK radio (Absolute Radio) 'The Ronnie Wood Show'. Host: RW.
                    Show #68. Co-host: Mick Hucknall. Incl.
                    - One Of Us Must Know (Bob Dylan) -RW on guitar, Mick Hucknall on vocals
                    - Funky Broadway (Arlester Christian) -RW plays guitar and Mick Hucknall
                        sings along to the studio version of Dyke & The Blazers
                   - Further On Up The Road (Joe M. Veasey) -RW plays guitar and Mick
                        Hucknall sings along to the studio version of Bobby Bland
                    - Tin Soldier (Steve Marriott/Ronnie Lane) - RW plays guitar and Mick
                        Hucknall sings along to the studio version of the Small Faces

110812B  12th August: UK TV (Sky) 'Sky News', incl.
                    - interview with MJ

110812C  12th August: THE FACES. UK TV (BBC2) 'The Rob Brydon Show', London,
                    Teddington Studios. Incl.:
                    - interview with RW and Mick Hucknall by Rob Brydon
                    - Ooh La La (RW/Ronnie Lane)
                    - Stay With Me (RW/Rod Stewart)
                    Line-up 'Ooh La La': RW (gtr)/Mick Hucknall (voc)/Rob Brydon (gtr, voc,
                                  whistling)
                    Line-up 'Stay With Me': RW (gtr, bvoc)/Ian McLagan (p, bvoc)/Kenney
                                  Jones (dr)/Mick Hucknall (voc)/Glen Matlock (bass, bvoc)/Jesse
                                  Wood (gtr)

110813A  13th August: IVAN NEVILLE'S DUMSTAPHUNK. Edgartown (on Martha's
                   Vineyard), Massachusetts, Nectar's. KR jams with Ivan Neville's band (unsure).    
                   Line-up: KR (gtr)/Ivan Neville (keyb, voc)/Ian Neville (gtr)/Nick Daniels
                                  (bass)/Tony Hall (bass)/Raymond Weber (dr)

110813B  13th August: US radio (The Classics) 'Live In Concert'. Host: Lisa Berigan.
                    Incl. eight live-tracks from Rio De Janeiro, February 18, 2006.

110815A  15th August: SUPERHEAVY.
                   CD-single (Universal International India Pvt Ltd. 06025 278 0747, -India).
                   Producers: MJ & Dave Stewart.
                   - Miracle Worker (MJ/D. Marley/J. Stone/D. Stewart/A.R. Rahman) -Chris
                        Lord-Alge Radio Mix
                   - Miracle Worker (MJ/D. Marley/J. Stone/D. Stewart/A.R. Rahman) -Damian
                       "Jr. Gong" Marley Main Mix - Radio Edit
                   - Satyameva Jayathe (Rahman/Marley/Stone) -album version
                   - Satyameva Jayathe (Rahman/Marley/Stone) -Radio Edit

110817A  17th August: BRAD PAISLEY. London, O2 Arena
                    - Let The Good Times Roll (Sam Theard/Fleecie Moore)
                    - Alcohol (Brad Paisley) -with Darius Rucker sharing vocals
                    Line-up: RW (gtr)/Brad Paisley (gtr, voc)/Gary Hooker (gtr)/Randle Currie 
                                   (steel gtr)/Kendal Marcy (keyb)/Justin Williamson (fiddle)/Kenny
                                   Lewis (bass)/Ben Sesar (dr)

110819A  19th August: UK radio (Absolute Radio) 'The Ronnie Wood Show'. Host: RW.
                    Show #69. Incl.
                    - Hey Joe (Billy Roberts) -RW on guitar and vocals
                    - The Sweetest Taboo (Sade Adu/H.F. Adu/Martin Ditcham) -RW plays guitar
                         along to the studio version of Sade
                    - Should I Stay Or Should I Go? (Joe Strummer/Mick Jones/Paul Simonon/
                         Topper Headon) -RW plays guitar along to the studio version of The Clash
                    - Help Me (Sonny Boy Williamson/Ralph Bass/Willie Dixon) -RW plays guitar
                         along to the studio version of Sonny Boy Williamson II

110826A  26th August: UK radio (Absolute Radio) 'The Ronnie Wood Show'. Host: RW.
                   Show #70. Incl.
                    - Good Morning Little Schoolgirl (Sonny Boy Williamson I) -RW on guitar and
                         vocals

110800B  August/September: Le Fork Studios, Pocé sur Cisse, France, La Fourchette (MJ’s
                   homestudio)(MJ; voc, harm, handclaps, maybe gtr; August); New York City,
                   Electric Lady Studios (KR; gtr, maybe p; September); Los Angeles, Berkeley St.
                   Studios (Don Was?, bass, handclaps, maybe editing; before September);
                   probably (near) London, maybe RW's homestudio (RW; pedal steel; September
                   2011). Recording of overdubs for the upcoming Some Girls deluxe edition (see
                   111117A). Producers: The Glimmer Twins & Don Was.
                   Original recordings were done in Paris, Pathe Marconi Studios between 10th
                   October 1977 - 2nd March 1978, with exception for Tallahassee Lassie (RCA
                   Studios, Los Angeles, 23rd August - 8th September 1978) and We Had It All
                   (Paris, Pathe Marconi Studios 10th June - 19th October 1979). Incl.
                   - Don't Be A Stranger II (MJ/KR) -with new lyrics/vocals, additional bass by
                       Don Was and additional percussion by Matt Clifford
                   - Do You Think I Really Care III (MJ/KR) -with new vocals and partly new
                        lyrics
                   - I Love You Too Much VI (MJ/KR) -with partly new lead vocals and some
                        new guitar parts
                   - Keep Up Blues II (MJ/KR) -version I with new vocals and lyrics
                   - No Spare Parts II (MJ/KR) -with new lead vocals and pedal steel guitar
                   - No Spare Parts III (MJ/KR) -edit version of II, used for the promo video
                   - Petrol Blues II (MJ/KR) -shortened and cleaned-up version I
                   - So Young III (MJ/KR) -totally remixed 1993-version with new backing vocals
                   - So Young IV (MJ/KR) -Piano Version
                   - Tallahassee Lassie II (Frank C. Slay Jun./Bob Crewe/F.A. Picariello) -
                         version I with additional handclaps by MJ, Don Was & Joghn Fogerty
                   - When You're Gone III (MJ/KR/RW) -version II with new vocals and harmonica
                   - You Win Again II (Hank Williams) -with new lead and backing vocals

110902A  2nd September: UK TV (BBC4) 'When Rock Goes Acoustic', incl.:
                    - interview with KR

110902B  2nd September: UK radio (Absolute Radio) 'The Ronnie Wood Show'. Host:
                   RW. Show #71. Co-host: Damien Hirst. Incl.
                    - short improvisation 1 "John Lennon" (RW) -RW on guitar and vocals
                    - short improvisation 2 "Sylvia" (RW) -RW on guitar and vocals
                    - Hey Negrita (MJ/KR) -RW on guitar (intro only)

110902C  2nd September: UK TV (BBC2) 'The Rob Brydon Show', incl.:
                    - interview with RW and Mick Hucknall by Rob Brydon
                    - Cherry, Cherry (Neil Diamond) -RW on guitar, Rob Brydon on guitar and
                         vocals
                    Note: Previously unaired footage, recorded on July 1 (see 110701B)

110906A  6th September: London, Royal Opera House, 'GQ Men Of The Year Awards'.
                   KR recieves the Writer Of The Year Award (handed out by Johnny Depp), incl.
                   - interview with KR (on the red carpet, while entering the Opera House)

110906B  6th September: podcast (winglessangels.com) 'Episode 4'. Host: Michael
                    Kuelker. Incl.
                    - interview with KR (either in L.A., early 2010 or NYC, June 2010)

110907A  7th September: THE ABC & D OF BOOGIE WOOGIE. London, 606 Club

110908A  8th September: THE ABC & D OF BOOGIE WOOGIE. London, 606 Club

110909A  9th September: UK radio (Absolute Radio) 'The Ronnie Wood Show'. Host:
                   RW. Show #72. Co-host: Toots Hibbert. Incl.
                    - Monkey Man (Toots Hibbert) -RW plays guitar along to the studio version
                        of Toots & The Maytals
                    - Israelites (Desmond Dekker) -RW plays guitar along to the studio version
                        of Desmond Dekker
                    - 5446 That's My Number (Toots Hibbert) -RW on guitar and some vocals,
                        Toots Hibbert on bass and vocals
                    - Reconsider Baby (Lowell Fulson) -RW plays guitar along to the studio
                        version of Lowell Fulson
                    - Reconsider Baby (Lowell Fulson) -RW and Toots Hibbert on guitars

110909B  9th September: German TV (ZDF) 'Aspekte', incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Michael Stefanowski (in London, September 8)

110909C  9th September: TOOTS & THE MAYTALS. London, O2 Academy.
                    RW (gtr) jams with Toots & The Maytals on:
                    - Monkey Man (Toots Hibbert)

110910A  10th September: German TV (SWR3) 'Landesschau', incl.
                    - interview with CW

110913A  13th September: Dutch TV (NOS) 'Nieuwsuur', incl.
                    - interview with MJ & Dave Stewart (in London, September 8)

110914A  14th September: UK radio (BBC2) 'Simon Mayo Drivetime', incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Simon Mayo (recorded some days earlier in London)

110916A  16th September: SUPERHEAVY.
                    CD 'SuperHeavy' (Universal International Music 2782118). Producers: MJ &
                    Dave Stewart. CD Deluxe-version incl.
                    - Superheavy (MJ/Marley/Stone/Stewart/Rahman)
                    - Unbelievable (MJ/Marley/Stone/Stewart/Rahman)
                    - Miracle Worker (MJ/Marley/Stone/Stewart/Rahman)
                    - Energy (MJ/Marley/Stone/Stewart) -MJ on harmonica
                    - Satyameva Jayathe (Rahman/Marley/Stone)
                    - One Day One Night (MJ/Marley/Stone/Stewart/Rahman)
                    - Never Gonna Change (MJ/ Dave Stewart)
                    - Beautiful People (MJ/Marley/Stone/Stewart/Rahman)
                    - Rock Me Gently (Marley/Stone/Stewart)
                    - I Can’t Take It No More (MJ)
                    - I Don’t Mind (MJ/Marley/Stone/Stewart)
                    - World Keeps Turning (MJ/Stone/Marley/Stewart)
                    - Mihaya (Rahman/Stone/Marley) -Deluxe-version bonus-track
                    - Warring People (MJ/Marley/Stone/Stewart/Rahman) -Deluxe-version bonus-track
                    - Common Ground (MJ/Marley/Stone/Stewart) -Deluxe-version bonus-track
                    - Hey Captain (MJ/Marley/Stone/Stewart) -Deluxe-version bonus-track
                    Musicians: MJ (voc, gtr, harm)/Dave Stewart (gtr)/Joss Stone (voc)/Damian
                                       Marley (voc, programming)/A.R. Rahman (keyb, programming,  
                                       voc)/Shiah Coore (bass)/Courtney Diedrick (dr)/Mike Rowe (keyb)/
                                       Anne Marie Calhoun (violin, strings)/Anna Stafford (violin)/Leon
                                       Mobley (perc)/Christian Lohr (keyb)/Hollie Farris (tp)/Jeff Watkins
                                       (sax)
                    Note: For all other recording infos, see 110200A.

110916B  16th September: SUPERHEAVY.
                    Download-album 'SuperHeavy' (i-tunes US/Universal International Music B.V.).
                    Producers: MJ & Dave Stewart. Album (as 110916A) plus special bonus-track:
                     - Miracle Worker (MJ/Marley/Stone/Stewart/Rahman) -Ashley Beedle's
                         Warbox Remix

110916C  16th September: UK TV (BBC1) 'BBC Breakfast', incl.
                     - interview with MJ by Charlie Stayt (in London)

110916D  16th September: UK radio (Absolute Radio) 'The Ronnie Wood Show'. Host:
                    RW. Show #73. Incl.
                    - Who Do You Love (Ellas McDaniel) -RW on guitar (some riffs only)
                    - Hey Negrita (MJ/KR) - RW plays guitar along to the studio version of
                        The Rolling Stones
                    - Hey Negrita (MJ/KR) -RW on guitar (some riffs only)
                    - Why You Wanna Go And Do A Thing Like That For (RW/Kris
                        Kristofferson) -RW plays guitar along to his own studio version

  110920A  20th September: UK radio (Absolute Radio) 'Geoff Lloyd's Hometime Show', incl.
                      - interview with MJ by Geoff Lloyd (in London, at Doncaster Hotel)

110921A  21st September: SUPERHEAVY.
                   CD 'SuperHeavy' (Universal UICA-1060, -Japan). Producers: MJ & Dave
                   Stewart. Album (as 110916A) plus special Japan-only bonus-track:
                    - Never Gonna Change (MJ/ Dave Stewart) -Acoustic Version

 110921B  21st September: US TV (ABC) 'Good Morning America', incl.
                    - interview with MJ, Dave Stewart, Joss Stone (and A.R. Rahman) by Robin
                       Roberts (in New York City, Dream Downtown Hotel, Electric Room)

110921C  21st September: US TV (ABC) 'Nightline', incl.
                     - interview with MJ, Dave Stewart, Joss Stone (and A.R. Rahman) by Robin
                        Roberts (in New York City, Dream Downtown Hotel, Electric Room)
                     Note: Partly different interview-bits than above.

110922A  22nd September: UK TV (BBC1) 'BBC Breakfast', incl.
                    - interview with BW by Charlie Stayt and Sian Williams

110922B  22nd September: US radio (KBCO) 'BCO Morning Show', incl.
                    - phone-interview with MJ by Bret Saunders (from New York)

110923A  23rd September: UK radio (Absolute Radio) 'The Ronnie Wood Show'. Host:
                   RW. Show #74. Incl.
                   - improvisation seguing into The Jack (RW)(Angus Young/Malcolm Young) -
                       RW on guitar
                   - Before You Accuse Me (Ellas McDaniel) -RW plays guitar along to the
                        studio version of Bo Diddley
                   - Before You Accuse Me (Ellas McDaniel) -RW on guitar (some riffs only)
                   - Stormy Monday (Aaron 'T-Bone' Walker) -RW on guitar (some licks only)
                   - I'll Take You There (Alvertis Isbell) -RW plays harmonica along to the
                        studio version of The Staple Singers
                   - Bring It On Home To Me (Willie Dixon) -RW plays harmonica along to the
                       studio version of Sonny Boy Williamson
                   - Shake Your Moneymaker (Elmore James) -RW on guitar and vocals
                   - Cream (Prince) -RW on guitar (some licks only)

110924A  24th September: Dutch TV (VPRO) 'Andere Tijden'.
                    Documentary on the concert in Scheveningen, Holland on August, 8, 1964, incl.
                    - It's All Over Now (Bobby Womack/Shirley Womack) -Scheveningen 8.8.64,
                        soundcheck or rehearsal, part only (with dubbed sound)

110927A  27th September: THE ABC & D OF BOOGIE WOOGIE. Milan, Italy, Blue
                   Note (1st show)
110927B  27th September: THE ABC & D OF BOOGIE WOOGIE. Milan, Italy, Blue
                   Note (2nd show)
110928A  28th September: THE ABC & D OF BOOGIE WOOGIE. Milan, Italy, Blue
                   Note (1st show)
110928B  28th September: THE ABC & D OF BOOGIE WOOGIE. Milan, Italy, Blue
                   Note (2nd show)

110929A  29th September: US radio (Q104.3) 'Rock'n Roll Morning Show', incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Jim Kerr

110929B  29th September: THE ABC & D OF BOOGIE WOOGIE. Milan, Italy, Blue
                   Note (1st show)
110929C  29th September: THE ABC & D OF BOOGIE WOOGIE. Milan, Italy, Blue
                   Note (2nd show)

110929C  late September: internet (rockol.it), Milan, Italy, Blue Note (backstage)
                   - interview with CW, Axel Zwingenberger, Ben Waters and Dave Green 

110930A  30th September: THE ABC & D OF BOOGIE WOOGIE.  Italian radio (Radio
                   Monte Carlo) 'Monte Carlo Nights'. Broadcast of two songs from Milan, probably
                   recorded 29.9.11, 2nd show:
                   - Let the Good Times Roll (Sam Theard/Fleecie Moore)
                   - Down the Road Apiece (Don Raye)

110930B  30th September: UK radio (Absolute Radio) 'The Ronnie Wood Show'. Host:
                   RW. Show #75. Co-host: Steve Cropper. Incl.
                    - Hip Hug Her (Al Jackson, Jr./Booker T. Jones/Donald Dunn/Steve Cropper) -
                         RW and Steve Cropper on guitars
                    - Dock Of The Bay (Otis Redding/Steve Cropper) -RW on guitar, Steve
                         Cropper on guitar and vocals
                    - Little Red Rooster (Wilie Dixon) -RW on guitar and vocals, Steve Cropper on
                          guitar
                    - Little Red Rooster (Wilie Dixon) -RW on harmonica and  Steve Cropper on
                          guitar play along to the studio version of Howlin' Wolf
                    - Ninety Nine And One Half (Wilson Pickett) -RW on guitar, Steve Cropper on
                          guitar and vocals
                    - Water (Eddie Floyd/Steve Cropper) -RW on guitar, Steve Cropper on guitar
                          and vocals

110930B  30th September: London, The Arts Club, Club Nouveau
                   RW (gtr) jams with Mark Ronson, Paloma Faith and others

110900A  late September or early October: WILL.I.AM. New York City, unidentified
                   studio. Vocal producer: Jimmy Iovine. (Backing track produced in Los Angeles,
                   The Record Plant by Will.I.Am, Audiobot & Dallas Austin). MJ records a vocal
                    track on:
                    - Go Home (William Davis/Kenny Oliver/Dallas Austin) -feat. Wolfgang Gartner;
                         without Jennifer Lopez
                   - T.H.E. I (William Davis/Kenny Oliver/Dallas Austin) -Main Version
                   - T.H.E. II (William Davis/Kenny Oliver/Dallas Austin) -Single Edit, explicit,
                       a/k/a Radio Edit
                   - T.H.E. III (William Davis/Kenny Oliver/Dallas Austin) -Single Edit, clean mix
                   - T.H.E. IV (William Davis/Kenny Oliver/Dallas Austin) -Ultimix
                   - T.H.E. V (William Davis/Kenny Oliver/Dallas Austin) -Z-Trip Remix
                   - T.H.E. VI (William Davis/Kenny Oliver/Dallas Austin) -Sidney Samson Remix
                   - T.H.E. VII (William Davis/Kenny Oliver/Dallas Austin) -R3hab Vs. The Eye
                       Remix
                   Line-up: MJ (voc)/Will.I.Am (voc, synth, drum programming)/Jennifer Lopez
                                  (voc)/Josh Lopez (gtr)/Audiobot (synth, drum programming)

111001A  1st October: internet (YouTube). Exclusive upload of:
                    - interview with MJ, Dave Stewart, Joss Stone & A.R. Rahman by Anthony
                       Fantano (in New York City)

111001B  1st October: ZALON THOMPSON. London, The Arts Club, Club Nouveau
                    - Let's Get It On (Marvin Gaye/Ed Townshend)
                    Line-up: RW (gtr)/Zalon Thompson (voc)/& others

111002A  2nd October: THE ABC & D OF BOOGIE WOOGIE. Paris, France, New
                   Morning (1st show)

111002B  2nd October: THE ABC & D OF BOOGIE WOOGIE. Paris, France, New
                   Morning (2nd show)
                   (Worried Life Blues/Chicken Shack Boogie/Evolution Blues/Boogie Woogie
                    Country Girl-Little Queenie/New Morning Blues/Honky Tonk Train Blues/
                    fast instrumental/mid-tempo instrumental/Sympathy For The Drummer/Shake,
                    Rattle And Roll/slow instrumental/fast instrumental/Lady Be Good/mid-tempo
                    instrumental/fast instrumental)

111002C  2nd October: US radio (Sirius) 'Spectrum'. Host: Mark Goodman. Incl.
                    - interview with MJ

111003A  3rd October: BILL WYMAN'S RHYTHM KINGS.
                   CD 'Live Communication' (Repertoire Records REP 5170). Recorded live in
                   Dorking, 5th March 2008. Mixed by Neil Pyzer and additionally by Chris
                   Kimsey. Incl.
                   - She's Looking Good (Rodger Collins)
                   - Unchain My Heart (Teddy Powell/Bobby Sharp)
                   - All Night Long (Clifton Chenier)
                   - Drown In My Own Tears (Henry Glover)
                   - That's Better For Me (John Henry)
                   - Harlem Shuffle (Bob Relf/Earl Nelson)
                   - Louisiana 1927 (Randy Newman)
                   - Show Me (Joe Tex)
                   - Too Late (Willie Dixon)
                   - I Don't Need No Doctor (Nick Ashford/Valerie Simpson/Jo Armstead)
                   - Johnny B Goode (Chuck Berry)
                   - That Is Rock & Roll (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller)
                   [- Crying In The Rain (Howard Greenfield/Carole King) -probably without BW]
                    Line-up: BW (bass, voc)/Beverley Skeete (voc)/Dennis Locorriere (gtr, voc)/
                                   Albert Lee (gtr, voc)/Terry Taylor (gtr, voc)/Geraint Watkins (keyb,
                                   voc)/Graham Broad (dr)/Frank Mead & Nick Payn (horns)

111003B  3rd October: THE ABC&D OF BOOGIE WOOGIE. St. Germain en Laye,
                   France, Théâtre A. Dumas, 'L'Estival 2011'

111003C  3rd October: US radio (Sirius) 'Classic Rewind', incl.
                    - interview with MJ

111004A  4th October: THE ROLLING STONES. Selected cinemas around the world.
                   Premiere of the movie 'Some Girls Live In Texas'. Director: Lynn Lenau.
                   Filmed live in Fort Worth, July 18, 1978. Incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Paul Sexton (London, August 2011)
                   - Let It Rock (Chuck Berry)
                   - All Down The Line (MJ/KR)
                   - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR)
                   - Star Star (MJ/KR)
                   - When The Whip Comes Down (MJ/KR)
                   - Beast Of Burden (MJ/KR)
                   - Miss You (MJ/KR)
                   - Just My Imagination (Norman Whitfield/Barrett Strong)
                   - Shattered (MJ/KR)
                   - Respectable (MJ/KR)
                   - Far Away Eyes (MJ/KR)
                   - Love In Vain (Robert Johnson)
                   - Tumbling Dice (MJ/KR)
                   - Happy (MJ/KR)
                   - Sweet Little Sixteen (Chuck Berry)
                   - Brown Sugar (MJ/KR)
                   - Jumping Jack Flash (MJ/KR)
                   Note: Released on DVD & CD on November 18 (see 111118C).

111004B  4th October: French TV (France 3) 'Culturebox', incl.
                   - interview with CW (in Paris, 2.10.2011)
                   - Roomin' House Boogie (Amos Milburn) -Paris 2.10.2011, part only

111005A  5th October: THE ABC&D OF BOOGIE WOOGIE. Endersbach, Germany,
                   Jahnhalle

111007A  7th October: UK radio (Absolute Radio) 'The Ronnie Wood Show'. Host:
                   RW. Show #76. Incl.
                   - Guitar Shuffle (William Broonzy) -RW on guitar
                   - Mustang Sally (Bonny Rice) -RW on guitar and vocals
                   - Burying Ground (McKinley Morganfield) -RW plays harmonica along to the
                        studio version of Johnny 'Big Moose' Walker
                   - Burying Ground (McKinley Morganfield) -RW on guitar (some licks only)

111007B  7th October: Peruvian TV (TV Peru) 'En Vivo', incl. newscast on
                   - MJ arriving in Lima at Aeropuerto Internacional Jorge Chávez
                   Note: Also a short private film of MJ arriving in Lima exists.

111009A  9th October: Peruvian TV (TV Peru) 'Panorama', incl. newscast on
                   - MJ spending another day in Lima (with film footage)
                   Note: It also exists a private film of MJ visiting Museo Larco.

111010A  10th October: VARIOUS ARTISTS.
                    Book with accompanying CD 'Der Große Schneidewind' (Klöpfer + Meyer
                    GmbH + Co. KG, -Germany. ISBN 978-3-86351-018-3). Incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Günter Schneidewind (Stuttgart 27.5.99)
                    Note: The accompanying CD is only included in the hardback edition of the book.

111010B  10th October: internet stream (The Telegraph), incl.
                    - interview with RW (at Paul McCartney's wedding reception, London 9.10.)

111012A  12th - 14th October: Peruvian TV ( ), various newscasts
                    MJ visiting Cusco/Machu Picchu.

111014A  14th October: UK radio (Absolute Radio) 'The Ronnie Wood Show'. Host:
                    RW. Show #77. Co-host: Bobby Gillespie. Incl.
                    - I'm A Hog For You Baby (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller) -RW on guitar and vocals
                    - It Ain't Right (Walter Jacobs) -RW plays guitar along to the studio version of
                        Ike & Tina Turner
                    - It Ain't Right (Walter Jacobs) -RW on guitar and vocals, Bobby Gillespie on
                         vocals
                    - Beast Of Burden (MJ/KR) -RW plays guitar along to the studio version of The
                         Rolling Stones

111000B  mid-October: SUPERHEAVY.
                   promotional CD-single (Universal). Producers: MJ & Dave Stewart.
                   - Energy (MJ/Marley/Stone/Stewart) -album version
                   - Energy (MJ/Marley/Stone/Stewart) -radio edit; previously unreleased

17th October - 2nd December: BILL WYMAN'S RHYTHM KINGS. UK Tour.
                   Line-up: BW (bass, voc)/Georgie Fame (org, voc)/Graham Broad (dr, bvoc)/
                                  Albert Lee (gtr, voc)/Frank Mead (sax, harm, voc, perc)/Nick Payn
                                  (sax, flute, bvoc)/Beverley Skeete (voc)/Geraint Watkins (p, voc,
                                  accordion)/Mary Wilson (voc; some songs)

111017A  17th October: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Swansea, England, Grand Theatre
111018A  18th October: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Southport, England, Southport Theatre
111019A  19th October: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Leicester, England, De Montfort Hall

111021A  21st October: TOM WAITS.
                   CD 'Bad As Me' (Anti Records 7151-2). Producers: Tom Waits & Kathleen
                   Brennan. KR's parts recorded in New York City in early 2011. Incl.
                   - Chicago (Tom Waits/Kathleen Brennan) -KR on guitar
                   - Satisfied (Tom Waits/Kathleen Brennan) -KR on guitar
                   - Last Leaf (Tom Waits/Kathleen Brennan) -KR on guitar and vocals
                   - Hell Broke Luce (Tom Waits/Kathleen Brennan) -KR on guitar
                   Musicians: KR (gtr, voc)/Tom Waits (voc, gtr, p, banjo, pump org, perc)/
                                      Marc Ribot (gtr)/Larry Taylor (gtr, bass)/Casey Waits (dr)/
                                      Clint Maedgen (sax)/Ben Jaffe (tb, clarinet, tuba)/Charlie
                                      Musselwhite (harm)/Les Claypool (bass)/Gino Robair (perc)/
                                      Patrick Warren (keyb)/James Whiton (bass)/Will Bernard (gtr)/
                                      Flea (bass)/Chris Grady (tp)

111021B  21st October: UK radio (Absolute Radio) 'The Ronnie Wood Show'. Host:
                   RW. Show #78. Incl.
                   - Man With The Golden Arm (Elmer Bernstein/Sylvia Fine) -RW on guitar
                        (some riffs only)
                   - Boom Boom (John Lee Hooker)-RW plays guitar along to the studio version
                        of John Lee Hooker
                   - Dead Flowers (MJ/KR) -RW plays guitar along to the studio version of The
                        Rolling Stones

111021C  21st October: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Dorking, England, Dorking Halls
111022A  22nd October: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Llandudno, Wales, Venue Cymru
111023A  23rd October: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Milton Keynes, England, Milton Keynes
                   Theatre
111024A  24th October: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Manchester, England, Bridgewater Hall

111025A  25th October: JOHNNY DEPP. New York City, The Hiro Ballroom
                   - Key To The Highway (William Broonzy/Charles Segar)
                  Line-up: KR (gtr, voc)/Johnny Depp (gtr)/Jimmie Woods (harm, voc)/Joe
                                 Sublett (sax)/Michael Barsimanto (dr)/J.J. Holiday (gtr)/Randy Jacobs
                                 (gtr)/Will MacGregor (bass)/Michael Murphy (p)

111026A  26th October: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Birmingham, England, Town Hall
111027A  27th October: THE RHYTHM KINGS. King's Lynn, England, Corn Exchange

111028A  28th October: UK radio (Absolute Radio) 'The Ronnie Wood Show'. Host:
                   RW. Show #79. Incl.
                   - Louie Louie (Richard Berry) -RW on guitar (some riffs only)
                   - The Weight (Robbie Robertson) RW on guitar (slide intro only)
                   - Ain’t That Loving You Baby (Jimmy Reed) -RW on harmonica
                   - Jimmy Reed-style blues -RW on guitar

111028B  28th October: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Haverhill, England, Sturmer Hall
111029A  29th October: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Gateshead, England, The Sage
111030A  30th October: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Glasgow, Scotland, Theatre Royal

111031A  31st October: THE ABC & D OF BOOGIE WOOGIE. Zürich, Switzerland,
                   Kaufleuten

111031B  31st October: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Perth, Scotland, Concert Hall

111031C  late October: US radio (WDFU) 'Sounds Of Blue', incl.
                   - interview with BW by Bob Putingano

111101A  1st November: THE ROLLING STONES.
                    2 DVD's 'All 6 Ed Sullivan Shows' (SOFA Entertainment B0015967-09 , -US).
                    All filmed in New York City for US CBS TV. Incl.
                    - Around And Around (Chuck Berry) -25th October 1964
                    - Time Is On My Side (Jerry Ragavoy/Jimmy Norman) -25th October 1964
                    - interview with MJ by Ed Sullivan (25th October 1964)
                    - The Last Time (MJ/KR) -2nd May 1965
                    - Little Red Rooster (Willie Dixon) -2nd May 1965
                    - Everybody Needs Somebody To Love (Russell/Burke/Wexler) -2nd May 1965
                    - 2120 South Michigan Avenue (Nanker Phelge) -2nd May 1965
                    - Satisfaction (MJ/KR) -13th February 1966
                    - As Tears Go By (MJ/KR/Andrew Oldham) -13th February 1966
                    - 19th Nervous Breakdown (MJ/KR) -13th February 1966
                    - Paint It Black (MJ/KR) -11th September 1966
                    - Lady Jane (MJ/KR) -11th September 1966
                    - Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing In The Shadow? (MJ/KR)
                       -11th September 1966
                    - Ruby Tuesday (MJ/KR) -15th January 1967
                    - Let's Spend The Night Together (MJ/KR) -15th January 1967
                    - Gimme Shelter (MJ/KR) -18th November 1969
                    - Love In Vain (Robert Johnson) -18th November 1969
                    - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR) -18th November 1969
                    - interview with MJ by Ed Sullivan (18th November 1969)

111101B  1st November: VARIOUS ARTISTS.
                    3 CD's (Time Life Entertainment) 'The Best Of Rock And Roll Hall Of
                    Fame + Museum Live', incl. the following All Star Band-jams:
                    - Train Kept A-Rollin' (T. Bradshaw/H. Kay/L. Mann) -with RW; Cleveland 4.4.09
                    - I Saw Her Standing There (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) -with MJ; NYC 20.1.88
                    - Satisfaction (MJ/KR) -with MJ; New York 20.1.88

111101C  1st November: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Aberdeen, Scotland, Music Hall

111102A  2nd November: THE ABC & D OF BOOGIE WOOGIE. Dessau, Germany,
                   Marienkirche
                   (Down The Road Apiece/Somebody Done Changed The Lock On My Door/
                    What'd I Say/Got An Uncle In Harlem/Little Queenie/mid-tempo instrumental/
                    Honky Tonk Train Blues/fast improvisation/blues improvisation/Lady Be Good/
                    mid-tempo instrumental/Sympathy For The Drummer/Shake, Rattle And Roll/
                    mid-tempo instrumental/slow instrumental/Route 66/mid-tempo instrumental/
                    Roll 'Em Pete)

111103A  3rd November: internet-only video-promotion by Google Music (via YouTube):
                   - interview with KR (about Brussels '73; NYC, September 2011)
                   - interview with MJ (about Brussels '73, Amboise, France, August 2011)

111103B  3rd November: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Sheffield, England, City Hall

111104A  4th November: UK radio (Absolute Radio) 'The Ronnie Wood Show'. Host:
                   RW. Show #80. Co-host: Kelly Jones. Incl.
                   - Cigarettes And Whisky (Trad.) -RW on guitar and vocals
                   - Playin' On My Mind (RW) -RW on guitar and vocals, Kelly Jones on vocals
                   - My Babe (Wilie Dixon) -RW on harmonica (some bars only)
                   - Don't Let Me Down (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) -RW on guitar and
                        backing vocals, Kelly Jones on guitar and vocals

111104B  4th November: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Hull, England, City Hall
111105A  5th November: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Harrogate, England, International Centre
111106A  6th November: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Buxton, England, Opera House

111106B  6th November: UK TV (Sky Arts 1) 'Living The Life: Stephen Fry Meets Bill
                   Wyman'.
                   - BW in conversation with Stephen Fry (London, Gore Hotel 19.7.2010)
                   Note: Released on DVD in March 2012 (see 120312A).

111107A  7th November: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Birmingham, England, Town Hall

111108A  8th November: London, The Arts Club, Club Nouveau
                   RW jams with members of Red Hot Chili Peppers
                   Line-up: RW (gtr)/Flea (bass)/Josh Klinghoffer (gtr)/Chad Smith (dr)

111108B  8th November: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Basingstoke, England, The Anvil

111108C  8th November: New York City, Mandarin Oriental Hotel
                   - KR gets the Norman Mailer Award for 'Life', handed by Bill Clinton
                   + KR's acceptance speech
                   Note: At least this part of the ceremony was filmed.

111110A  10th November: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Guildford, England, G-Live

111111A  11th November: UK radio (Absolute Radio) 'The Ronnie Wood Show'. Host:
                    RW. Show #81. Co-host: Alice Cooper. Incl.
                    - Something Else (Eddie Cochran/Sharon Sheeley) -RW on guitar and Alice
                         Cooper on (some) vocals
                    - Thriller (Rod Temperton) -RW plays guitar along to the studio version of
                         Michael Jackson
                    - Little Queenie (Chuck Berry) -RW on guitar (some licks only)
                    - Little Queenie (Chuck Berry) -RW plays guitar and Alice Cooper sings along
                         to the studio version of Chuck Berry
                    - Wake Up Little Susie (Boudleaux & Felice Bryant) -RW on guitar and vocals,
                         Alice Cooper on vocals
                    - Claudine (MJ/KR) -RW on guitar and vocals, Alice Cooper on (some) vocals

111111B  11th November: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Poole, England, Lighthouse
111112A  12th November: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Norwich, England, Theatre Royal

111113A  13th November: ROLLING STONES.
                   Download-single (I-tunes/Universal Music International).
                    - No Spare Parts (MJ/KR) -previously unreleased
                    - Before They Make Me Run (MJ/KR) -Some Girls-version

111113B  13th November: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Aylesbury, England, Waterside Theatre

111114A  14th November: RONNIE WOOD.
                    CD 'I Want You To Hear This' (Sally Humphries Prod. SHPRWCDBOX1).
                    - In the Beginning (= words by RW #1)
                    - Playin' On My Mind (RW) -with Kelly Jones on vocals
                    - I Don’t Think So (RW) -The Early Sessions-version; previously released
                   - Why You Wanna Go And Do A Thing Like That For (RW/Kris
                        Kristofferson) -The Early Sessions-version; previously released
                   - Fancy Pants (RW/Bernard Fowler) -The Early Sessions-version; previously
                        released
                   - Worried Life Blues (John Estes/Major Merriweather) -live in London 9.3.2011,
                        2nd show
                    - Thanks For Your Support (= words by RW #2)
                    - Bonus Chat (= words by RW #3)
                   Line-up 'Worried Life Blues': RW (gtr, voc)/CW (dr)/BW (bass)/MT (gtr)/Ben
                                 Waters (p)/Axel Zwingenberger (p)/Dave Green (upright bass)/Willie
                                 Garnett, Don Weller & Tom Waters (sax)

111114B  14th November: BEN WATERS BAND. London, The Bull's Head, incl.
                    - Worried Life Blues (John Estes/Major Merriweather)
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, voc)/Ben Waters (p)/Richard Hymas (bass)/Ady
                                   Milward (dr)/Clive Ashley (sax)/… (sax)/… (tb)

111115A  15th November: VARIOUS ARTISTS.
                   Download-only album 'Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Live, Volume 1: 1986 -
                   1991' (Direct Holdings Americas Inc., -US). Incl. four previously unreleased
                    live recordings from the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame-inductions in New York
                    City, Waldorf Astoria Hotel. Incl.
                    - Little Queenie (Chuck Berry) -by Jerry Lee Lewis; with KR on guitar;
                        23.1.1986
                    - Midnight Turning Day Blues (Jimmie Rodgers) -by Jerry Lee Lewis; with
                        KR and  RW on guitars; 23.1.1986
                    - Blue Suede Shoes (Carl Perkins) -by Carl Perkins; with KR on guitar;
                        21.1.1987
                    - Uptight (Sylvia Moy/Henry Cosby/Stevie Wonder) -by Stevie Wonder; MJ
                         on backing vocals and KR, RW & MT on guitars; 18.1.1989
                    + I Saw Her Standing There (Lennon/McCartney) -New York City 20.1.88
                    + Satisfaction (MJ/KR) -New York City 20.1.88
                    + Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR) -New York City 18.1.89
                    + River Deep, Mountain High (Spector/Greenwich/Barry) -New York 18.1.89
                    + Start Me Up (MJ/KR) -New York City 18.1.89
                    Note: The latter four were already released officially on DVD in 2009 (see
                              091129A).

111115B  15th November: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Bristol, England, Colston Hall
111116A  16th November: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Salisbury, England, City Hall

111117A  17th November: THE ROLLING STONES.
                    Download-album 'The Brussels Affair '73' (Promotone B.V. BGDDRS67).
                    Recorded live in Brussels, Belgium, October 17, 1973 by Andy Johns with the    
                    Rolling Stones Mobile Recording Unit. Remixed by Bob Clearmountain.
                    - Brown Sugar (MJ/KR) -1st show
                    - Gimme Shelter (MJ/KR) -2nd show
                    - Happy (MJ/KR) -2nd show
                    - Tumbling Dice (MJ/KR) -2nd show
                    - Star Star (MJ/KR) -2nd show
                    - Dancing With Mr. D. (MJ/KR) -1st show
                    - Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (MJ/KR) -2nd show
                    - Angie (MJ/KR) -2nd show
                    - You Can’t Always Get What You Want (MJ/KR) -2nd show
                    - Midnight Rambler (MJ/KR) -1st show
                    - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR) -2nd show
                    - All Down The Line (MJ/KR) -2nd show
                    - Rip This Joint (MJ/KR) -2nd show
                    - Jumping Jack Flash (MJ/KR) -2nd show
                    - Street Fighting Man (MJ/KR) -1st show
                    Line-up: MJ (voc, harm)/KR (gtr, voc)/MT (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)/
                                   Billy Preston (p, org, clavinet, bvoc)/Trevor Lawrence (sax)/
                                   Steve Madaio (tp, tb, perc)
                    Note: MT's guitar solo in All Down The Line was taken from the 1st show.

111117B  17th November: US radio (Sirius XM) 'My Favourite 45's'. Host: BW.
                    BW plays favourite electric blues songs.

111118A  18th November: THE ROLLING STONES.
                    2 CD's 'Some Girls' (Universal Music 278 924-3). Producers: The Glimmer
                    Twins. Deluxe version with 12 previously unreleased bonus tracks, produced
                     by The Glimmer Twins with Chris Kimsey & Don Was. Original recordings
                     were done in Paris, Pathe Marconi Studios between 10th October 1977 - 2nd
                     March 1978, with exception for Tallahassee Lassie (RCA Studios, Los Angeles,
                     23rd August - 8th September 1978) and We Had It All (Paris, Pathe Marconi
                     Studios 10th June - 19th October 1979). Overdubs were recorded by MJ in
                     August 2011 at Le Fork Studios, Pocé sur Cisse, France, La Fourchette (MJ’s
                     homestudio) with sound engineers Matt Clifford and Kris Sharma and by KR in
                     New York City, Electric Lady Studios and Los Angeles, Berkeley St. Studios,
                     probably in September 2011. Mixed by Bob Clearmountain. Incl.
                     - Claudine (MJ/KR)
                     - So Young (MJ/KR)
                     - Do You Think I Really Care (MJ/KR)
                     - When You're Gone (MJ/KR/RW)
                     - No Spare Parts (MJ/KR)
                     - Don't Be A Stranger (MJ/KR)
                     - We Had It All (Troy Seals/Donny Fritts)
                     - Tallahassee Lassie (Frank C. Slay Jun./Bob Crewe/F.A. Picariello)
                     - I Love You Too Much (MJ/KR)
                     - Keep Up Blues (MJ/KR)
                     - You Win Again (Hank Williams)
                     - Petrol Blues (MJ/KR)
                     Line-up 'Claudine': MJ (voc, gtr)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/RW (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW
                                   (dr)/STU (p)
                     Line-up 'So Young': MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/RW (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)/
                                   STU (p)/Chuck Leavell (p; solo only)
                     Line-up 'Do You Think I Really Care': MJ (voc, gtr)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/RW (gtr,
                                   pedal steel)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)/STU (p)
                     Line-up 'When You're Gone': MJ (voc, gtr, harm)/KR (gtr)/RW (gtr)/BW
                                  (bass)/CW (dr)
                     Line-up 'No Spare Parts': MJ (voc, el p, gtr, tamb)/KR (p)/RW (gtr, pedal
                                   steel)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)
                     Line-up 'Don't Be A Stranger': MJ (voc, perc)/KR (gtr, perc)/RW (gtr)/BW
                                   (marimbas)/CW (dr)/Sugar Blue (harm)/Don Was (bass)/Matt
                                   Clifford (perc)
                     Line-up 'We Had It All': KR (gtr, p, voc)/RW (pedal steel)/BW (bass)/CW
                                   (dr)/Sugar Blue (harm)
                     Line-up 'Tallahassee Lassie': MJ (voc, handclaps)/KR (gtr)/RW (gtr)/BW
                                   (bass)/CW (dr)/STU (p)/John Fogerty & Don Was (handclaps)
                     Line-up 'I Love You Too Much': MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/RW (gtr)/BW
                                   (bass)/CW (dr)
                     Line-up 'Keep Up Blues': MJ (voc, harm)/KR (gtr)/RW (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW
                                   (dr)
                     Line-up 'You Win Again': MJ (voc, gtr)/KR (gtr, el p)/RW (pedal steel)/BW
                                   (bass)/CW (dr)/STU (p)
                     Line-up 'Petrol Blues': MJ (voc, p)/STU (dr)

111118B  18th November: THE ROLLING STONES.
                    Download album 'Some Girls' (I-tunes/Promotone B.V./Universal Music).
                    Producers: The Glimmer Twins. Deluxe version with 13 previously unreleased
                    bonus tracks, produced by The Glimmer Twins with Chris Kimsey & Don Was.
                    Incl. elsewhere unavailable 13th bonus track:
                     - So Young (MJ/KR) -Piano Version
                    Line-up: MJ (voc)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)/STU (p)/Chuck Leavell (p)

111118C  18th November: THE ROLLING STONES.
                    DVD + CD 'Some Girls Live In Texas '78' (Eagle Vision ERDVCD065GV).
                    Filmed live in Fort Worth, Texas on July 18, 1978. Director: Lynn Lenau.
                    Soundtrack remastered by Bob Clearmountain.
                    - Let It Rock (Chuck Berry)
                    - All Down The Line (MJ/KR)
                    - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR)
                    - Star Star (MJ/KR)
                    - When The Whip Comes Down (MJ/KR)
                    - Beast Of Burden (MJ/KR)
                    - Miss You (MJ/KR)
                    - Just My Imagination (Norman Whitfield/Barrett Strong)
                    - Shattered (MJ/KR)
                    - Respectable (MJ/KR)
                    - Far Away Eyes (MJ/KR) -Doug Kershaw on fiddle
                    - Love In Vain (Robert Johnson)
                    - Tumbling Dice (MJ/KR)
                    - Happy (MJ/KR)
                    - Sweet Little Sixteen (Chuck Berry)
                    - Brown Sugar (MJ/KR)
                    - Jumping Jack Flash (MJ/KR)
                    + interview with MJ by Paul Sexton (London, August 2011)
                    + "The Tomorrow Show"-skit with MJ (as himself) and Dan Aykroyd (as Tom
                           Snyder) -Saturday Night Live, New York City 7.10.1978
                    + Beast Of Burden (MJ/KR) -Saturday Night Live, New York City 7.10.1978
                    + Respectable (MJ/KR) -Saturday Night Live, New York City 7.10.1978
                    + Shattered (MJ/KR) -Saturday Night Live, New York City 7.10.1978
                    + US ABC TV '20/20'-clip, June 20th, 1978 (see 780620A)
                    Line-up: MJ (voc, gtr, p)/KR (gtr, voc)/RW (gtr, pedal steel)/BW (bass)/
                                   CW (dr)/STU (p)/Ian McLagan (p, org, bvoc)

111118D  18th November: UK radio (Absolute Radio) 'The Ronnie Wood Show'. Host:
                    RW. Show #82. Incl.
                    - No Spare Parts (MJ/KR) -RW plays guitar along to the studio version of
                        The Rolling Stones
                    - I'll Go Crazy (James Brown) -RW plays guitar along to the live (at the
                        Apollo) version of James Brown

111118E  18th November: THE RHYTHM KINGS. London, England, Cadogan Hall
111119A  19th November: THE RHYTHM KINGS. London, England, Cadogan Hall

111120A  20th November: UK radio (BBC2) 'Sounds Of The 70's'. Host: Johnnie Walker.
                    - interview with RW & CW by Johnnie Walker (London, Doncaster Hotel,
                        mid-October)

111120B  20th November: UK radio (BBC6) 'The Huey Show'. Host: Huey Morgan.
                    - interview with RW by Huey Morgan (London, Doncaster Hotel, mid-October)

111120C  20th November: US TV (ABC) 'American Music Awards', Los Angeles. Incl.
                   a performance by Will.I.Am and Jennifer Lopez with pre taped footage of MJ.
                    - T.H.E. (Will.I.Am William Davis/Kenny Oliver/Dallas Austin)

111120D  20th November: WILL.I.AM.
                   Download-single (I-tunes USA/Interscope Records). Producers: Will.I.Am,
                   Audiobot, Dallas Austin & Jimmy Iovine. For all other info, see 110900A.
                   - T.H.E. (William Davis/Kenny Oliver/Dallas Austin) -single edit, clean mix
                   - T.H.E. (William Davis/Kenny Oliver/Dallas Austin) -single edit, explicit
                   Line-up: MJ (voc)/Will.I.Am (voc, synth, drum programming)/Jennifer Lopez
                                  (voc)/Josh Lopez (gtr)/Audiobot (synth, drum programming)

111120E  20th November: Canadian Radio ( ) 'Legends Of Classic Rock', incl.
                    - interview with RW

111120F  20th November: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Plymouth, England, Theatre Royal

111121A  21st November: US radio (KBCO) 'BCO Morning Show', incl.
                    - phone-interview with KR by Bret Saunders

111121B  21st November: US radio (Sirius XM) 'My Favourite 45's'. Host: BW.
                   BW plays favourite 50's and rock'n roll songs.

111122A  22nd November: Margate, England, Winter Gardens. Backstage.
                   BW video message for 100th Anniversary of Margate's Winter Gardens

111122B  22nd November: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Margate, England, Winter Gardens

111122C  22nd November: US radio (NPR) 'World Café', incl.
                    - interview with MJ by David Dye (about Some Girls)
                    - interview with KR by Michaela Majoun (about Some Girls)

111122D  22nd November: US radio (NPR) 'World Café', incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Michaela Majoun (about Superheavy)
                    - interview with Dave Stewart by Michaela Majoun (about Superheavy)

111123A  23rd November: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Brighton, England, Brighton Dome

111125A  25th November: UK radio (Absolute Radio) 'The Ronnie Wood Show'. Host:
                   RW. Show #83. Incl.
                   - Got To Get You Off My Mind (Dolores Burke/J.B. Moore/Solomon Burke) -
                        RW on guitar and vocals

111125B  25th November: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Malvern, England, Forum Theatre

111126A  26th November: US radio (The Classics) 'Live In Concert'. Host: Lisa Berigan.
                   Incl. nine live-tracks from New York City, January 18, 2003.

111126B  26th November: THE RHYTHM KINGS. New Brighton, England, Floral
                  Pavilion
111127A  27th November: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Bradford, England, St. George's Hall
111129A  29th November: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Cambridge, England, Corn Exchange
111130A  30th November: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Southend, England, Cliff's Pavilion
111201A  1st December: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Ipswich, England, Regent Theatre

111202A  2nd December: UK radio (Absolute Radio) 'The Ronnie Wood Show'. Host:
                   RW. Show #84. Incl.
                   - Dance To The Music (Sylvester Stewart) -RW on guitar (some licks only)
                   - You Can't Always Get What You Want (MJ/KR) -RW plays guitar along to
                       the studio (single-)version of The Rolling Stones
                   - Dance To The Music (Sylvester Stewart) -RW on guitar (some more licks)
                   - Dance To The Music (Sylvester Stewart) -RW plays guitar along to the studio
                       version of Sly & The Family Stone
                   - Badge (Eric Clapton/George Harrison) -RW plays guitar along to the live (at
                       the Rainbow) version of Eric Clapton
                   - Guitar Boogie (Arthur Smith) -RW on guitar
                   - Slim Harpo-like harmonica instrumental by RW
                   - Blues Hangover (James Moore/Jerry West) -RW plays harmonica along to the
                       studio version of Slim Harpo
                   - Don't Be A Stranger  (MJ/KR) -RW plays guitar along to the studio version of
                       The Rolling Stones

111202B  2nd December: THE RHYTHM KINGS. Watford, England, Colosseum

111205A  5th December: PAUL MCCARTNEY. London, O2 Arena
                    - Get Back (John Lennon/Paul McCartney)
                    Line-up: RW (gtr)/Paul McCartney (voc, bass)/Paul ‘Wix’ Wickens (keyb)/
                                   Brian Ray (gtr)/Rusty Anderson (gtr)/Abe Laboriel Jr. (dr)

111206A  6th December: US radio (Joyride Media) 'The Rolling Stones Some Girls'. Host:
                   Anthony De Curtis. Incl.
                    - interview with KR
                    - interview with MJ
                    - interview with RW

111206B  6th December: PAUL MCCARTNEY.
                   DVD 'The Love We Make' (Eagle Rock Entertainment EREDV914). Director:
                   Albert Maysles. Incl.
                   - footage of MJ & KR (backstage at MSG, New York City 20.10.2001)

111206C  6th - 8th December: THE ROLLING STONES. London, Snake Ranch Studios
                   KR, CW, RW, BW, MJ (December 8 only) and Ben Waters (p) jam together.

111209A  9th December: UK radio (Absolute Radio) 'The Ronnie Wood Show'. Host:
                   RW. Show #85. Co-host: Mark Ronson. Incl.
                    - I'm So Green (Damo Suzuki/Holger Czukay/Irmin Schmidt/Jaki Liebezeit/
                         Michael Karoli) -RW plays guitar along to the studio version of Can

111214A  14th December: WILL.I.AM. Premiere of a promo video, directed by Rich Lee,
                    shot in Fall 2011 in Los Angeles and London. Starring: MJ, Will.I.Am &
                    Jennifer Lopez:
                    - T.H.E. (William Davis/Kenny Oliver/Dallas Austin)

111216A  16th December: UK radio (Absolute Radio) 'The Ronnie Wood Show'. Host:
                    RW. Show #86. Best-of-2011-show, only some new content.

111219A  19th December: THE ROLLING STONES. Premiere of a promo video,
                    directed by Mat Whitecross, compiled out of archive footage:
                    - No Spare Parts (MJ/KR)
                    Note: Using an edit version of the song.

111224A  24th December: US radio (Sirius XM) 'My Favourite 45's'. Host: BW.
                   BW plays favourite 60's songs.

111225A  25th December: UK radio (BBC6) 'The First Time'. Host: Matt Everitt.
                    - interview with CW by Matt Everitt

111228A  28th December: Dutch TV (NTR) 'Top 2000', incl.
                    - interview with CW & RW by Leo Blokhuis (London, October 2011)

111228B  28th December: VARIOUS ARTISTS (incl. Will.i.am feat. MJ & Jennifer
                   Lopez)
                   Promotional CD 'Ghetto Jams Vol. 40' (Swirl Records GHETTO40CD, -US).
                   Incl. the otherwise unavailable remix (remixed by Ghetto Jams Crew) of
                  - T.H.E. (William Davis/Kenny Oliver/Dallas Austin) -Hardest Party Ever

111230A  30th December: VARIOUS ARTISTS (incl. Will.i.am feat. MJ & Jennifer
                   Lopez)
                   Promotional CD 'Urban + Club 158' (XMIX XU-158 CD, -US). Incl. the
                   otherwise unavailable remix (remixed by DJ Wild Bill) of
                   - T.H.E. (William Davis/Kenny Oliver/Dallas Austin) -Remix

111200A  late 2011: SUPERHEAVY.
                   promotional CD-single (Universal Music UMUSIC1897). Incl.
                   - Beautiful People (MJ/Marley/Stone/Stewart/Rahman) -edit