Woodwork 1971

Note: All entries (if not noted otherwise) are from Faces.

710100A  January: FACES. Newbury, England, Stargroves, Rolling Stones Mobile Record
                   Unit. Producers: Faces. Sound engineer: Martin Birch. Incl.
                   - Bad’n Ruin' (Rod Stewart/Ian McLagan) -Longplayer-version
                   - Tell Everyone I (Ronnie Lane) -alternate, take 1; Ronnie Lane on lead vocals
                   - Tell Everyone II (Ronnie Lane) -Longplayer-version

710115A  15th January: FACES. German TV (WDR) ‘Swing In - The Faces Live At The
                    Marquee’. Filmed live in London on the 7th December 1970.
                    - Devotion (Ronnie Lane)
                    - You’re My Girl (Dick Cooper/Beth Beatty/Ernie Shelby)
                    - Flying (RW/Ronnie Lane/Rod Stewart)
                    - Too Much Woman-Street Fighting Man-Too Much Woman (Ike Turner-
                         MJ/KR-Ike Turner)
                    - Maybe I’m Amazed (Paul McCartney)
                    - Gasoline Alley/Around The Plynth (both: RW/Rod Stewart)

710115B  15th January: Woolaston, England, Nags Head -cancelled
710116A  16th January: London, London School Of Economics -cancelled
710117A  17th January: Cheltenham, England, Town Hall -cancelled 

710120A  20th  January: Newcastle, England, City Hall
710122A  22nd January: Nottingham, England, Trent Polytechnic
710123A  23rd January: Bradford, England, University
710124A  24th January: Croydon, England, The Greyhound

710126A  26th January: Paris, France, La Taverne De L’Olympia
                   Note: The show was professionally filmed by French TV (see 710213B)

710129A  29th January: Exeter, England, University
710130A  30th January: London, England, Westfield College Hampstead
710131A  31st January: Bournemouth, England, Winter Gardens
710201A  1st February: London, England, The Marquee

710200A  early February: ASHTON, GARDNER + DYKE.
                   LP ‘The Worst Of Ashton, Gardner + Dyke’ (Capitol E-ST 563). Producer: Tony
                   Ashton. Recorded in 1970 in London at De Lane Lea Recording Studios. Incl.
                   - Mister Freako (Tony Ashton)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr)/Tony Ashton (keyb, voc)/Kim Gardner (bass)/Roy Dyke
                                  (dr)/Brian Cole (steel gtr)/Rosetta Hightower, Madeline Bell and
                                  P.P.Arnold (bvoc)
                   Note: Probably to contractual reasons Ron Wood is credited as Romulus
                             Woodworth.

710200B  February: ROD STEWART.
                   7“ single (Mercury 73175, -US). Producers: Rod Stewart and Lou Reizner.
                   A: My Way Of Giving (Ronnie Lane/Steve Marriott) -edit
                   B: Dirty Old Town (Ewan McColl)
                   Line-up: see 700911A. 

5th February - 3rd April: FACES. 3rd US Tour.
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ronnie Lane (bass, voc)/
                                  Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/Kenney Jones (dr)

710205A  5th February: Richmond, Virginia, Mosque Auditorium
710206A  6th February: Boone, North Carolina, Apalachian Teacher's College
710207A  7th February: Salem, Virginia, Civic Auditorium
710209A  9th February: Boston, Massachusetts, Music Hall Theatre
710210A  10th February: Jersey City, New Jersey, Stanley Theater (1st show)
710210B  10th February: Jersey City, New Jersey, Stanley Theater (2nd show)

710212A  12th February: Dania (near Miami), Florida, Pirates World Amusement Park
                   (You’re My Girl/Too Much Woman-Street Fighting Man-Too Much Women/
                     Maybe I’m Amazed/Country Comfort/Flying/Cut Across Shorty/Around
                     The Plynth-Country Honk-An Old Raincoat Won’t Ever Let You Down-
                     Gasoline Alley-Around The Plynth/It’s All Over Now/I Feel So Good)
                    Note: Soundboard recording was made.

710213A  13th February: Dania (near Miami), Florida, Pirates World Amusement Park

710213B  13th February: FACES. French TV (A2?), ‘Pop 2’, Paris, La Taverne de
                    L’Olympia. Filmed on the 26th January. Incl.
                    - Maybe I’m Amazed (Paul McCartney) -incomplete
                    - Flying (RW/Rod Stewart/Ronnie Lane) -incomplete
                    - Around The Plynth/Gasoline Alley (both: RW/Rod Stewart) -incomplete
                    - Love In Vain (Robert Johnson)
                    - It’s All Over Now (Bobby and Shirley Womack) -incomplete
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ronnie Lane (bass, voc)/
                                   Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/Kenney Jones (dr)

710216A  16th February: New York City, Fillmore East

710217A  17th February: New York City, Fillmore East
                   (Sweet Lady Mary/You’re My Girl/Too Much Woman/Maybe I’m Amazed/It’s
                    All Over Now/I’m Losing You/Love In Vain/Around The Plynth-An Old Raincoat
                    Won’t Ever Let You Down-Gasoline Alley-Around The Plynth/Three Button
                    Hand Me Down/Country Comfort)

710218A  18th February: Port Chester, New York, Capitol Theatre
710220A  20th February: Bloomington, Minnesota, Metropolitan Sports Center
710221A  21st February: St. Louis, Missouri, Kiel Opera House
710223A  23rd February: Detroit, Michigan, Cobo Hall
710225A  25th February: Knoxville, Tennessee, Civic Auditorium
710227A  27th February: New Orleans, Louisiana, A Warehouse
710228A  28th February: Gaithersburg, Maryland, Shady Grove Music Fair

710200C  February: FACES.
                   LP ‘Long Player’ (Warner Brothers WB K 46064). Producers: Faces.
                   Sound engineers: Mike Bobak, Martin Birch & Dave Palmer.
                   A: - Bad’n Ruin (Rod Stewart/Ian McLagan)
                        - Tell Everyone (Ronnie Lane)
                        - Sweet Lady Mary (RW/Rod Stewart/Ronnie Lane)
                        - Richmond (Ronnie Lane)
                        - Maybe I’m Amazed (Paul McCartney)
                    B: - Had Me A Real Good Time (RW/Rod Stewart/Ronnie Lane) –album version;
                              Bobby Keys on sax, Harry Beckett on trumpet
                        - On The Beach (RW/Ronnie Lane)
                        - I Feel So Good (Big Bill Broonzy)
                        - Jerusalem (Trad.)
                    Note: 'Maybe I’m Amazed' and 'I Feel So Good' were recorded live in New
                              York at Fillmore East on the 10th November 1970 with the Electric
                               Lady Mobile Record Unit with sound engineer Dave Palmer.
                               'Bad’n Ruin' and 'Tell Everyone' were recorded with the Rolling Stones
                               Mobile Record Unit by Martin Birch at Mick Jagger’s house in Newbury
                               (Stargroves) in January 1971, 'On The Beach' was recorded on a Revox at
                               Ronnie Lane’s house and all the remaining tracks were recorded in Morgan
                               Sound Studios, Willesden, London with sound engineer Mike Bobak in
                               August, September and December 1970.

710310A  10th March: Los Angeles, California, Forum
                    (You’re My Girl/Too Much Woman-Street Fighting Man-Too Much Woman/
                     Maybe I’m Amazed/It’s All Over Now/I’m Losing You/Love In Vain/
                     Around The Plynth-Stay With Me-An Old Raincoat Won’t Ever Let You Down-
                     Gasoline Alley-Around The Plynth/I Feel So Good/Country Comfort)

710311A  11th March: Berkeley, California, Community Theater
710312A  12th March: Fresno, California, Convention Center, Selland Arena

710313A  13th March: Sacramento, California, Cal Expo Amphitheater
                    (It’s All Over Now/I’m Losing You/Love In Vain/Around The Plynth-An Old
                     Raincoat Won’t Ever Let You Down-Stay With Me-Richmond-Gasoline Alley-
                     Around The Plynth/I Feel So Good)

710314A  14th March: Denver, Colorado, Coliseum
               
710315A  mid-March: FACES. Los Angeles, Sunset Sound Studios. Producers: Faces.
                   Sound engineer: Bill Lazarus. Incl.
                   - Maybe I’m Amazed (Paul McCartney) -7"-version
                   + one more

710318A  18th March: San Diego, California, Sports Arena
                    (You’re My Girl/Too Much Woman-Street Fighting Man-Too Much
                     Woman/Maybe I’m Amazed/It’s All Over Now/I'm Losing You/Love In
                     Vain/Around The Plynth-An Old Raincoat Won’t Ever Let You Down-
                     Gasoline Alley-Around The Plynth/I Feel So Good)

710320A  20th March: Santa Clara, California, Fairground
                   (You’re My Girl/Too Much Woman-Street Fighting Man-Too Much
                    Woman/Maybe I’m Amazed/It’s All Over Now/Love In Vain/Around
                    The Plynth-An Old Raincoat Won’t Ever Let You Down-Gasoline Alley)

710321A  21st March: Portland, Oregon, Memorial Coliseum
710322A  22nd March: Tacoma, Washington, University
710323A  23rd March: Edmonton, Canada, Kinsmen Field House
710324A  24th March: Vancouver, Canada, PNE Agrodome.
710327A  27th March: Houston, Texas, Sam Houston Coliseum
710328A  28th March: Fort Worth, Texas, Will Rogers Auditorium
710330A  30th March: Atlanta, Georgia, Civic Center
710402A  2nd April: Port Chester, New York, Capitol Theatre
710403A  3rd April: Port Chester, New York, Capitol Theatre

710406A  6th April: FACES.
                   7“ single (Warner Brothers WB 16078 -France). Producers: Faces.
                   Sound engineer: Bill Lazarus (side A). Side A was recorded at Sunset Sound
                   Studios, Los Angeles in mid-March.
                   A: Maybe I’m Amazed (Paul McCartney)
                   B: Oh Lord I’m Browned Off (RW/Ronnie Lane/Ian McLagan/Kenney Jones)
                   Note: Maybe I’m Amazed is a studio version, different to the version on Long
                             Player (which is live).

710411A  11th April: Purley, England, Orchid Ballroom
710414A  14th April: Düsseldorf, West-Germany, Rheinhalle
710415A  15th April: Hamburg, West-Germany, Musikhalle, grosser Saal

710416A  16th April:  Frankfurt, West-Germany, Volksbildungsheim

710417A  17th April: Munich, West-Germany, Circus Krone-Bau
                    (Country Comfort/You’re My Girl/Maybe I’m Amazed/Too Much Woman/
                     It’s All Over Now/I’m Losing You/Love In Vain/Around The Plynth-
                     Stay With Me-An Old Raincoat Won’t Ever Let You Down-Gasoline Alley-
                     Around The Plynth/Had Me A Real Good Time)

710420A  20th April: FACES. UK radio (BBC) ‘Sounds Of The Seventies’,
                   London, Kensington House, Studio T1. Host: Bob Harris.
                    - Had Me A Real Good Time (RW/Rod Stewart/Ronnie Lane)
                    - Love In Vain (Robert Johnson)
                    - Oh Lord I’m Browned Off (RW/Ronnie Lane/Ian McLagan/Kenney Jones)
                    - Maybe I’m Amazed (Paul McCartney)
                    Note: Broadcast on the 3rd May.

710422A  22nd April: FACES. UK TV (BBC2) ‘Disco 2’, London, incl.
                    - Tell Everyone (Ronnie Lane)
                    - Sweet Lady Mary (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart/Ronnie Lane)
                    - Bad’n Ruin (Rod Stewart/Ian McLagan)
                    Note: The Faces sang live to prepared backing tracks.

710424A  24th April: Nottingham, England, University

710428A  28th April: FACES. UK TV (BBC) ‘Top Of The Pops’, London, incl.
                   - Richmond (Ronnie Lane) -live
                   - Bad’n Ruin (Rod Stewart/Ian McLagan) -live vocals on prepared backing track
                   Line-up ‘Richmond’: RW (dobro)/Rod Stewart (upright bass)/Ronnie Lane
                                  (voc, dobro)
                   Line-up ‘Bad’n Ruin’: RW (gtr)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ronnie Lane (bass)/Ian
                                  McLagan (keyb)/Kenney Jones (dr)
                   Note: Aired on the 29th April.

710429B  29th April: London, Chalk Farm, The Roundhouse
710430A  30th April: Lancaster, England, University

710501A  1st May: JOHN BALDRY.
                   LP ‘It Ain’t Easy’ (Warner Brothers WB K 46088). Producer: Rod Stewart.
                   Sound engineer: Mike Bobak. Recorded at Morgan Sound Studios, Willesden,
                   London in January 15, 17, 27, 29 and February 4, 1971.
                   - Don’t Try To Lay No Boogie-Woogie On The King Of Rock’n Roll (Jeff
                        Thomas) -Alan Skidmore on sax, Lesley Duncan, Madeline Bell, Kay Garner,
                        Liza Strike, Doris Troy, Tony Burrows, Tony Hazzard and Roger Cook on
                        backing vocals.
                   - It Ain’t Easy (Ron Davies) -Maggie Bell on backing vocals
                   - Morning, Morning (Tuli Kupferberg) -Ray Jackson on mandolin
                   - I’m Ready (Willie Dixon)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr)/John Baldry (voc, gtr)/Sam Mitchell (gtr, dobro)/
                                   Ian Armitt (p)/Rick Brown (bass)/Micky Waller (dr)
                    Note: The album contains also a cover version of the Faces first single 'Flying',
                               but without RW playing on it (produced by Elton John).

710501B  1st May: London, London School Of Economics
710506A  6th May: Watford, England, Colosseum
710507A  7th May: Brighton, England, Sussex Sports Centre
710508A  8th May: Leicester, England, Polytechnic, 'May Ball'

710512A  12th January: UK TV (ITV) 'ITN News', incl.
                   - footage of RW, Ronnie Lane & Kenney Jones leaving Heathrow for MJ's wedding

710513A  13th May: FACES. UK radio (BBC) ‘John Peel’s Sunday Concert’, London,
                    Paris Cinema.
                    (You’re My Girl/Cut Across Shorty/Love In Vain/Bad’n Ruin/It’s All Over Now/
                      Had Me A Real Good Time/I’m Losing You)
                     Note: Broadcast on the 23rd May.

710515A  15th May: London, Crystal Palace, ‘Garden Party’
710516A  16th May: Croydon, England, The Greyhound
710518A  18th May: Birmingham, England, Town Hall
710520A  20th May: Cheltenham, England, Town Hall
710521A  21st May: Loughborough, England, University, Edward Herbert Building
710522A  22nd May: Liverpool, England, Stadium
710523A  23rd May: Hanley, England, Victoria Hall
710524A  24th May: Brighton, England, College Of Education
710526A  26th May: Bournemouth, England, Winter Gardens
710527A  27th May: Wollaston, England, Nag’s Head
710528A  28th May: Newcastle, England, Mayfair Ballroom a/k/a Fillmore North

710530A  30th May: Croydon, England, The Greyhound

710531A  31st May: Langelsheim, Germany, 'Freedom Festival'

710700A  July: DONOVAN.
                   Double-LP ‘HMS Donovan’ (Dawn DNLD 4001). Producer: Mickie Most.
                   Incl. one song recorded in London, Advision Studios in Ma
y 1969 (see 690516A)
                   with The Jeff Beck Group:
                   - Homesickness (Donovan Leitch)
                   Line-up: RW (bass)/Donovan Leitch (gtr, voc)/Jeff Beck (gtr)/Nicky Hopkins (p)/
                                  Micky Waller (dr)
                  Note: Unsure! Conflicting sources say this song could be from another session
                             without RW on bass.

710702A  2nd July: Aylesbury, England, Friars Club
710703A  3rd July: Kingston, England, Polytechnic

710709A  9th July: ROD STEWART.
                   LP ‘Every Picture Tells A Story’ (Mercury 6338063). Producer: Rod Stewart.
                   Sound engineer: Mike Bobak. Recorded at Morgan Sound Studios, Willesden,
                   London in January, April and early May 1971 (except 'I’m Losing You', which
                   was cut at Olympic Sound Studios, London). Incl.
                   - Every Picture Tells A Story (RW/Rod Stewart) -Maggie Bell and
                        John Baldry on backing vocals
                   - Seems Like A Long Time (Ted Anderson) -Madeline Bell and Doris Troy on
                        backing vocals.
                   - That’s Alright (Arthur Crudup) -Sam Mitchell on guitar
                   - Tomorrow Is Such A Long Time (Bob Dylan) -Dick Powell on violin
                   - Maggie May (Rod Stewart/Martin Quittenton) -Ray Jackson on mandolin,
                        Ian McLagan on organ.
                   - Mandolin Wind (Rod Stewart) -Ray Jackson on mandolin, Sam Mitchell
                        on guitar
                   - I’m Losing You (Norman Whitfield/Eddie Holland/Cornelius Grant) -genuine
                        Faces-line-up.
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, bass, pedal steel, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc, gtr)/Martin
                                  Quittenton (gtr)/Andy Pyle (bass)/Danny Thompson (bass)/Micky
                                  Waller (dr)/Pete Sears (p)
                   Note: RW does not play on Amazing Grace and Reason To Believe.

9th July - 7th August: FACES. 4th US Tour.
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ronnie Lane (bass, voc)/
                                  Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/Kenney Jones (dr)

710709B  9th July: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, The Spectrum
710710A  10th July: Cleveland, Ohio, Public Auditorium
710711A  11th July: Minneapolis, Minnesota,Auditorium
710713A  13th July: Quebec City, Canada, Colisée De Quebec
710714A  14th July: Milwaukee, Wisconsin,
Auditorium, Bruce Hall
710716A  16th July: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Syria Mosque

710717A  17th July: Dayton, Ohio, Hara Arena
                   (Three Button Hand Me Down/Maybe I'm Amazed/Country Comforts/Love
                    In Vain/Had Me A Real Good Time-Every Picture Tells A Story/Around The
                    Plynth-An Old Raincoat Won't Ever Let You Down-Gasoline Alley-Around
                    The Plynth)

710718A  18th July: Toledo, Ohio, Sports Arena
710720A  20th July: Chicago, Illinois, Kinetic Circus Playground
710721A  21st July: Chicago, Illinois, Auditorium Theater
710723A  23rd July: Dania (near Miami), Florida, Pirates World Amusement Park
710724A  24th July: Orlando, Florida, Sports Stadium
710725A  25th July: New Orleans, Louisiana, A Warehouse
710727A  27th July: San Antonio, Texas,
Municipal Auditorium
710728A  28th July: Houston, Texas, Sam Houston Coliseum
710729A  29th July: Wichita, Texas, Sgt. Pepper

710730A  30th July: Long Beach, California, Long Beach Arena, incl.
                   (Three Button Hand Me Down/Maybe I’m Amazed/When Will I Be Loved/
                    Country Comfort/Maggie May/It's All Over Now/Too Much Woman/I'm
                    Losing You/Around The Plynth-An Old Raincoat Won't Ever Let You Down-
                    Gasoline Alley-Around The Plynth/Had Me A Real Good Time-Every Picture
                    Tells A Story)

710731A  31st July: Salt Lake City, Utah, Salt Palace
710801A  1st August: Berkeley, California, Community Theater
710804A  4th August: Edwardsville, Illinois, Mississippi River Festival
710805A  5th August: Atlanta, Georgia, Municipal Auditorium

710806A  6th August: ROD STEWART.
                   7“ single (Mercury 6052097). Producer: Rod Stewart. Sound engineer: Mike Bobak.
                   A: Maggie May (Rod Stewart/Martin Quittenton) -Ray Jackson on mandolin
                         and Ian McLagan on organ.
                   [B: Reason To Believe (Tim Hardin)]
                   Note: First copies of the single had side A on side B and vice versa
                   Line-up side A: see 710709A.

710806B  6th August: Boston, Massachusetts, Common
710807A  7th August: Washington, D.C., National Guard Armory

710818A  18th August: ROD STEWART. UK TV (BBC) ‘Top Of The Pops’, London.
                    Host: Tony Blackburn. First performance of Maggie May.
                    - Maggie May (Rod Stewart/Martin Quittenton)
                    Line-up: RW (gtr)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/Kenney
                                   Jones (dr) and maybe Rodney Bingenheimer (bass)
                    Note: Aired on August 19. Re-aired on September 16 and October 14.

710822A  22nd August: Bilzen, Belgium, ‘Jazz Festival’
710827A  27th August: Newcastle, England, Mayfair

710829A  29th August: Weeley (near Clacton-On-Sea), England, ‘Weeley Festival’, incl.
                  - Had Me A Real Good Time/Every Picture Tells A Story (both: RW/Rod Stewart)

710904A  4th September: Vienna, Austria, Stadthalle ‘The Sensational British Superstar
                    Festival'
710905A  5th September: London, Queen Elizabeth Hall (1st show)
710905B  5th September: London, Queen Elizabeth Hall (2nd show) 

710918A  18th September: London, Oval Cricket Ground, ‘Goodbye Summer'
                   (Three Button Hand Me Down/When Will I Be Loved/Maybe I’m Amazed/
                     Stay With Me/It’s All Over Now/Country Comfort/Around The Plynth/
                     Maggie May/I’m Losing You/Had Me A Real Good Time-Every Picture
                     Tells A Story)
                    Note: Composers of 'When Will I Be Loved' are Don & Phil Everly.
                              Concert in aid of famine relief for Bangla Desh (supporting The Who).

710928A  28th September: FACES. UK radio (BBC) ‘Top Gear’, London, Maida Vale,
                    Studio #4. Host: John Peel.
                    - Stay With Me (RW/Rod Stewart)
                    - Miss Judy’s Farm (RW/Rod Stewart)
                    - Maggie May (Rod Stewart/Martin Quittenton)
                    Note: Broadcast on the 6th October.

710929A  29th September: ROD STEWART. UK TV (BBC) ‘Top Of The Pops’,
                    London, BBC Television Centre. Second performance of Maggie May.
                    - Maggie May (Rod Stewart/Martin Quittenton)
                    Line-up: RW (gtr)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/Kenney
                                   Jones (dr)Ronnie Lane (bass)/John Peel (mandolin)
                   Note: Aired on September 30. Re-aired on October 7 and 28 and on December 27.

710930A  30th September: MARSHA HUNT.
                    LP ‘Woman Child’ (Track Records 2410101). Producer: Kit Lambert.
                    Recorded in August 1969 in London, IBC Studios. Incl.
                    - Desdemona (Marc Bolan) -maybe with RW on bass
                    - Keep The Customer Satisfied (Paul Simon) -maybe with RW on bass
                    - Wild Thing (Chip Taylor)
                    Line-up 'Wild Thing': RW (bass)/Marsha Hunt (voc)/Pete Townshend (gtr)/
                                                        Ian McLagan (org)/Kenney Jones (dr)

711008A  8th October: Bournemouth, England, Starkers Royal Ballroom
711016A  16th October: Leeds, England, University, Refectory Hall

711020A  20th October: ROD STEWART. UK TV (BBC) ‘Top Of The Pops’,
                   London, BBC Television Centre. Third performance of Maggie May.
                   - Maggie May (Rod Stewart/Martin Quittenton)
                   Line-up: RW (keyb)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ronnie Lane (dr)/Ian McLagan
                                  (gtr)/Kenney Jones (bass)
                   Note: Aired on October 21. Re-aired on November 4.

711022A  22nd October: Birmingham, England, Kinetic Circus
711025A  25th October: Manchester, England, Free Trade Hall

711026A  26th October: London, Paris Theatre
                    (Three Button Hand Me Down/Maybe I’m Amazed/Too Much Woman-Street
                     Fighting Man-Too Much Woman/Miss Judy’s Farm/Love In Vain/Stay With Me/
                     I'm Losing You)
                   Note: Filmed by BBC TV and aired on the 1st April 1972 (see 720401A).
                             Some of the tracks were later released on the Faces-boxset in May 2004.

711100A  November: ROD STEWART.
                   7“ single (Mercury 73244, -US). Producer: Rod Stewart. Sound engineer:
                   Mike Bobak.
                   A: I’m Losing You (Norman Whitfield/Eddie Holland/Cornelius Grant) -single
                         edit (version 1) -credited to Rod Stewart with Faces
                   B: Mandolin Wind (Rod Stewart) -album-version

711100B  November: ROD STEWART.
                   7“ single (Mercury 6052116, -Germany). Producer: Rod Stewart. Sound engineer:
                   Mike Bobak.
                   A: I’m Losing You (Norman Whitfield/Eddie Holland/Cornelius Grant) -single
                         edit (version 1)
                   B: Mandolin Wind (Rod Stewart) -single-edit

711100C  November: ROD STEWART.
                   7“ single (Mercury 6052111-1, -France). Producer: Rod Stewart. Sound engineer:
                   Mike Bobak.
                   A: I’m Losing You (Norman Whitfield/Eddie Holland/Cornelius Grant) -single
                         edit (version 2)
                   B: Every Picture Tells A Story (RW/Rod Stewart) -single-edit

711105A  5th November: Groningen, Holland, Martinihal (cancelled)
711106A  6th November. Rotterdam, Holland, Ahoy (cancelled)

711108A  8th November: UK TV ( ), newscast, incl.
                   - RW attends a party by The Wings in London at Empire Ballroom

711110A  10th November: Sunderland, England, Fillmore
711113A  13th November: Bath, England, Pavilion

711117A  17th November: FACES.
                   LP ‘A Nod Is As Good As A Wink To A Blind Horse’ (Warner Brothers
                   WB 2524, -US). Producers: Glyn Johns and the Faces. Sound engineer: Glyn Johns.
                   Recorded at Olympic Sound Studios, London from late August - October.
                    A: - Miss Judy’s Farm (RW/Rod Stewart)
                        - You’re So Rude (Ian McLagan/Ronnie Lane) -RW on harmonica
                        - Love Lives Here (RW/Rod Stewart/Ronnie Lane)
                        - Last Orders Please (Ronnie Lane) -RW on acoustic bass, Ronnie Lane on
                              dobro
                        - Stay With Me (RW/Rod Stewart)
                   B: - Debris (Ronnie Lane) -Ronnie Lane on dobro
                        - Memphis, Tennessee (Chuck Berry) [under title: Memphis]
                        - Too Bad (RW/Rod Stewart)
                        - That’s All You Need (RW/Rod Stewart) -unidentified player (under the
                              pseudonym Harry Fowler) on steel drums
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ronnie Lane (bass, voc)/
                                   Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/Kenney Jones (dr)
                    Note: Released in the UK on the 10th December (Warner Brothers WB K 56006).

23rd November - 17th December: FACES.  5th US Tour.
                 Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ronnie Lane (bass, voc)/
                                Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/Kenney Jones (dr)

711123A  23rd November: St. Louis, Missouri, Kiel Auditorium
711124A  24th November: Canton, Ohio, Memorial Civic Center
711126A  26th November: New York City, New York, Madison Square Garden
711128A  28th November: San Diego, California, Sports Arena

711130A  30th November: San Bernardino, California, Swing Auditorium
                    (Three Button Hand Me Down/Miss Judy’s Farm/It’s All Over Now/
                     Maybe I’m Amazed/Memphis, Tennessee/Country Comfort/Too Bad/
                     Stay With Me/ That’s All You Need-Gasoline Alley-That’s All You Need/
                     Maggie May/I’m Losing You/I Feel So Good/Every Picture Tells A Story)

711201A  1st December: Seattle, Washington, Center Coliseum

711203A  3rd December: FACES.
                   7“ single (Warner Brothers WB K 16136). Producers: Glyn Johns and the Faces.
                   Sound engineer: Glyn Johns.
                   A: Stay With Me (RW/Rod Stewart)
                   B: Debris (Ronnie Lane)

711203B  3rd December: Vancouver, Canada, P.N.E. Coliseum
711204A  4th December: Des Moines, Iowa, Veterans Memorial Auditorium
711205A  5th December: Omaha, Nebraska, Civic Auditorium

711208A  8th December: Detroit, Michigan, Cobo Hall
                    (You're My Girl-Three Button Hand Me Down/Miss Judy's Farm/It's All Over
                     Now/Maybe I'm Amazed/Too Bad/Memphis, Tennessee/Country Comfort/Stay
                     With Me/That's All You Need-Gasoline Alley-That's All You Need/Maggie May/
                    I'm Losing You/I Feel So Good)
                    Note: With special guest David Ruffin (voc) on I'm Losing You.

711209A  9th December: Toronto, Canada, Maple Leaf Gardens
711210B  10th December: Montreal, Canada, Forum
711212A  12th December: Baltimore, Maryland, Civic Center
711214A  14th December: Williamsburg, Virginia, College Of William & Mary
711215A  15th December: Charlottesville, Virginia, University

711216A  16th December: Buffalo, New York, Memorial Auditorium, incl.
                   (It's All Over Now/Miss Judy's Farm/Maybe I'm Amazed/Too Bad/I Feel
                    So Good/That's All You Need-True Blue-That's All You Need)
                   Note: Soundboard recording was made. Songs most probably in wrong order.

711217A  17th December: Chicago, Illinois, International Amphitheater