Woodwork 1972

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

720105A  5th January: FACES. UK TV (BBC) ‘Top Of The Pops’, London.
                    - Stay With Me (RW/Rod Stewart) -taken from Sounds For Saturday 26.10.71
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ronnie Lane (bass, bvoc)/Ian
                                   McLagan (p)/Kenney Jones (dr)
                    Note: A repeat of the Faces-segment was aired on January 20.

720206A  6th February: Hemel Hempstead, England, Dacorum Pavilion
720207A  7th February: Brighton, England, Top Rank Suite

720210A  10th February: London, The Rainbow
720211A  11th February: London, The Rainbow
720212A  12th February: London, The Rainbow
                    Note: At least one of the shows was professionally filmed by BBC 2, incl.
                              - I’m Losing You (Norman Whitfield/Eddie Holland/Cornelius Grant)   
                              - Memphis, Tennessee (Chuck Berry) -unaired
                              - Stay With Me (RW/Rod Stewart) -see 720215A
                              Also at least one of the shows had special guest Rick Grech (fiddle) on
                              Country Comfort.

720215A  15th February: FACES. UK TV (BBC2) ‘The Old Grey Whistle Test’, incl.
                    - Stay With Me (RW/Rod Stewart) -live at London Rainbow, 10. - 12.2.1971
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ronnie Lane (bass, bvoc)/Ian
                                   McLagan (p)/Kenney Jones (dr)

720217A  17th February: FACES. UK radio (BBC) ‘In Concert’, London, Paris
                    Theatre. Host: John Peel.
                    (You're My Girl [intro only]/Three Button Hand Me Down/Miss Judy’s
                      Farm/Memphis, Tennessee/Give Me The Moonlight [a capella]-Too Bad/
                      Last Orders Please/Devotion/That’s All You Need-Country Honk-Gasoline
                     Alley-That’s All You Need/I’m Losing You/Stay With Me/Had Me A Real
                     Good Time-Underneath The Arches [a capella]-Every Picture Tells A Story)
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, voc; probably bass on Last Orders Please)/Rod Stewart
                                   (voc)/Ronnie Lane (bass, voc)/Ian McLagan (p, org, voc)/Kenney
                                   Jones (dr, voc)
                    Note: Broadcast on the 26th February.

720219A  19th February: Dublin, Ireland, National Stadium -cancelled
720225A  25th February: Rotterdam, Holland, De Doelen
720226A  26th February: Groningen, Holland, Martinihal

720200A  February: JOHN BALDRY.
                   LP ‘Everything Stops For Tea’ (Warner Brothers WB K 46160).
                   With cover artwork by Ron Wood.

720305A  5th March: Sunderland, England, Fillmore North, Top Rank Suite

10th - 12th March: FACES. Short Germany Tour.
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ronnie Lane (bass, voc)/Ian McLagan
                                  (keyb, bvoc/Kenney Jones (dr)

720310A  10th March: Offenbach, West-Germany, Stadthalle
720311A  11th March: Berlin, West-Germany, Deutschlandhalle
720312A  12th March: Düsseldorf, West-Germany, Philipshalle

720329A  29th March: German TV (NDR) ‘Sympathy For The Devil’. Incl.
                    - Love In Vain (Robert Johnson) -live in Hamburg 15.4.1971, part only
                    + backstage footage of Faces (at Hamburg's Musikhalle 15.4.71)
                   Note: Re-aired in 1977, 1992 and 2005.

720401A  1st April: FACES. UK TV (BBC2) ‘Sounds For Saturday - The Music Of The
                    Faces’, London, Paris Theatre.
                    - Three Button Hand Me Down (Rod Stewart/Ian McLagan)
                    - Maybe I’m Amazed (Paul McCartney)
                    - Too Much Woman-Street Fighting Man-Too Much Woman (Ike
                        Turner-MJ/KR-Ike Turner)
                    - Miss Judy’s Farm (RW/Rod Stewart)
                    - Love In Vain (Robert Johnson)
                    - Stay With Me (RW/Rod Stewart)
                    - I’m Losing You (Norman Whitfield/Eddie Holland/Cornelius Grant)
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ronnie Lane (bass, voc)/
                                   Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/Kenney Jones (dr)
                    Note: Telerecorded on the 26th October 1971.

720403A  3rd April: Vega Baja, Puerto Rico, ‘Mar Y Sol Pop Festival’
                   (It's All Over Now/Miss Judy's Farm/Maybe I'm Amazed/Maggie May/Memphis,
                    Tennessee/Too Bad/Country Comforts/That's All You Need-Country Honk-
                    Gasoline Alley-That's All You Need/Stay With Me/I'm Losing You)
                   Note: Soundboard recording was made.

21st April - 30th April: FACES.  ‘Rock’n Roll Circus’ - short (6th) US tour.
                  Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ronnie Lane (bass, voc)/
                                 Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/Kenney Jones (dr)

720421A  21st April: Memphis, Tennessee, Mid-South Coliseum
720422A  22nd April: Clemson, South Carolina, Clemson University, Little John Coliseum
720424A  24th April: Louisville, Kentucky, Kentucky Fair EXPO Center, Freedom Hall
720425A  25th April: Auburn, Alabama, Memorial Coliseum
720426A  26th April: Jacksonville, Missouri, Veterans Memorial Coliseum
720428A  28th April: Hollywood, Florida, Sportatorium
720429A  29 April: Charlotte, North Carolina, Memorial Stadium

720430A  30th April: Tampa Bay, Florida, Stadium
                   (It’s All Over Now/Miss Judy’s Farm/Maybe I’m Amazed/Too Bad/
                    Memphis, Tennessee/Love In Vain/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: Soundboard recording was made.

720500A  May & mid-September- November: RON WOOD & RONNIE LANE. London,
                    Olympic Sound Studios. Producer and sound engineer: Glyn Johns.
                    Recordings for the soundtrack of the movie ‘Mahoney’s Last Stand’.
                    - Car Radio (RW/Ronnie Lane) -Pete Townshend on percussion
                    - Chicken Wire (RW/Ronnie Lane)
                    - Chicken Wired (RW/Ronnie Lane)
                    - From The Late To The Early (RW/Ronnie Lane) -Benny Gallagher on bass
                    - Hay Tumble (RW/Ronnie Lane) -Micky Waller on percussion
                    - I’ll Fly Away (trad. arr. by RW/Ronnie Lane) -Glyn Johns and Billy
                         Nicholls on vocals
                    - Just For A Moment I (RW/Ronnie Lane) -instrumental
                    - Just For A Moment II (RW/Ronnie Lane)
                    - Just For A Moment III (RW/Ronnie Lane)
                    - Mona - The Blues (RW/Ronnie Lane)
                    - Rooster’s Funeral (RW/Ronnie Lane)
                    - Title One (RW/Ronnie Lane)
                    - Tonight’s Number (RW/Ronnie Lane) -Kenney Jones on drums,
                         Pete Townshend on guitar
                    - Woody’s Thing (RW/Ronnie Lane) -STU on piano
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, harm, voc, bass)/Ronnie Lane (bass, voc, gtr, perc, banjo)/
                                   Ian McLagan (p, harmonium)/Bruce Rowland (dr, voc)/
                                   Rick Grech (violin, dr, bass)/Bobby Keys & Jim Price (brass)
                    Note: Recordings were finished in Spring 1976 at Olympic Sound Studios.
                              The album was released in September 1976 (see 760900A). 

720506A  6th May: FACES. London, Chalk Farm, The Roundhouse
                    - It’s All Over Now (Bobby and Shirley Womack)
                    - I’m Losing You (Norman Whitfield/Eddie Holland/Cornelius Grant)
                    - Roll Over Beethoven-Lawdy Miss Clawdy-I Feel So Good (Chuck Berry-Lloyd
                         Price/Big Bill Broonzy-Chuck Berry)
                    - Three Button Hand Me Down (Rod Stewart/Ian McLagan)
                    - Maggie May (Rod Stewart/Martin Quittenton)
                    - That’s All You Need (RW/Rod Stewart)
                    - Stay With Me (RW/Rod Stewart)
                    - True Blue (RW/Rod Stewart)
                    Note: The whole show was filmed by Peter Clifton and these songs later surfaced in
                               various films and videos.

72052727th May: Bardney, Lincolnshire, England, ‘Great Western Festival’

720528A  28th May: London, Coliseum, 'The Faces In Charity'-concert.
                   Note: Benefit-gig in aid for the Sir Malcolm Sargent Cancer Fund For Children.

720531A  31st May: Manchester, England, Free Trade Hall (cancelled)
720602A  2nd June: Glasgow, Scotland, Green's Playhouse (cancelled)
720605A  5th June: Cramley, England, festival
720618A  18th June: Manchester, England, Free Trade Hall
720625A  25th June: Glasgow, Scotland, Green's Playhouse

1st - 10th July: FACES. 7th US tour/Rock & Roll Circus Summer Tour.
                 Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ronnie Lane (bass, voc)/
                                Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/Kenney Jones (dr)

720701A  1st July: Boston, Massachusetts, Garden
                    (It's All Over Now/Miss Judy's Farm/Memphis, Tennessee/Maggie May/
                     Stay With Me/Angel/True Blue/Too Bad/That's All You Need-Gasoline Alley-
                     That's All You Need/I'm Losing You/Maybe I'm Amazed/Had Me A Real Good
                     Time-One Last Sweet Cheerio-Every Picture Tells A Story/I'd Rather Go Blind)

720702A  2nd July: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Spectrum
720703A  3rd July: Akron, Ohio, Rubber Bowl
720705A  5th July: Ann Arbor, Michigan, Chrisler Arena
720706A  6th July: Syracuse, New York, War Memorial Auditorium
720708A  8th July: Long Pond, Pennsylavania, International Pocono Raceway, festival
720709A  9th July: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Civic Arena
720710A  10th July: Hartford, New York, Dillon Center

720700A  July: JOHN CALE.
                    LP ‘The Academy In Peril’ (Reprise K 44212). Producer: John Cale.
                    Recorded at Air Recording Studios, London in January or February. Incl.
                    - The Philosopher (John Cale)
                    Line-up: RW (gtr)/John Cale (p)

720721A  21st July: ROD STEWART.
                   LP ‘Never A Dull Moment’ (Mercury 6499 153). Producer: Rod Stewart. Sound
                   engineer: Glyn Johns (‘True Blue’) at Olympic Sound Studios, London and Mike Bobak
                   (all other tracks) at Morgan Sound Studios, Willesden, London. Recorded between
                   March and May 1972. Incl.
                   - True Blue (RW/Rod Stewart) -genuine Faces line-up, plus the sound of Rod's
                        Lamborghini
                   - Lost Paraguayos (RW/Rod Stewart) -with unidentified brass-section
                   - Italian Girls (RW/Rod Stewart) -Dick Powell on violin, Pete Sears on piano, Mr.
                       Bibbs on balalaika
                   - Angel (Jimi Hendrix) -Nii Moi ‘Speedy’ Acquaye on congas, Ronnie Lane on bass
                   - Interludings (RW) -instrumental, RW only
                   - You Wear It Well (Rod Stewart/Martin Quittenton) -Dick Powell on violin, Ray
                       Jackson on mandolin
                   - I’d Rather Go Blind (Bill Foster/Ellington Jordan) -Pete Sears on bass
, horns
                        arranged by Jimmy Horowitz

                   - Twistin’ The Night Away (Sam Cooke) -Ronnie Lane on bass
                   Basic line-up: RW (gtr, bass)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Micky Waller (dr)/Martin Quittenton
                                            (gtr)/Ian McLagan (org, p, xylophone)

720722A  22nd July: Nottingham, England, 'Goose Fair Festival' (cancelled)
720728A  28th July: Devizes, England, Corn Exchange, Starkers Club
720729A  29th July: Southampton, England, Guildhall
720731A  31st July: Trentham, England, Trentham Gardens Ballroom
(cancelled)
720801A  1st August: Nottingham, England, Sherwood Rooms

720804A  4th August: ROD STEWART.
                   7“ single (Mercury 6052 171). Producer: Rod Stewart. Sound engineer: Mike Bobak.
                   A: You Wear It Well (Rod Stewart/Martin Quittenton)
                   B: Lost Paraguayos (RW/Rod Stewart)
                   Line-up: see 720721A.

720805A  5th August - November and January - February (on and off): FACES. London,
                   Olympic Sound Studios. Producer and sound engineer: Glyn Johns (sound engineer
                   for vocal overdubs in February: Phil Chapman). Recordings for the upcoming album
                   'Ooh La La'. Incl.
                   - Anymore For Anymore I (Ronnie Lane) -Anymore For Anymore bonus-track
                   - Anymore For Anymore II (Ronnie Lane) -Mahoney’s Last Stand-bonus track
                   - Blue Monday (Antoine Domino/Dave Bartholomew) -unverified
                   - Borstal Boys I (RW/Rod Stewart/Ian McLagan) -Rehearsal; see 150828A
                   - Borstal Boys II (RW/Rod Stewart/Ian McLagan) -Ooh La La-version
                   - Cindy Incidentally I (RW/Rod Stewart/Ian McLagan) -early version
                   - Cindy Incidentally II (RW/Rod Stewart/Ian McLagan) -alternate boxset-version
                   - Cindy Incidentally III (RW/Rod Stewart/Ian McLagan) -Ooh La La-version
                   - Come See Me Baby (RW/Rod Stewart/Ian McLagan) -boxset-version
                   - Dishevelment Blues (RW/Rod Stewart/Ronnie Lane/Ian McLagan/
                         Kenney Jones) -New Musical Express flexisingle-version
                   - Fall For You (Curtis Mayfield?) -unverified
                   - Flags And Banners I (Ronnie Lane/Rod Stewart) - instrumental, Mahoney’s
                        Last Stand-bonus track, under title C&W Number
                   - Flags And Banners II (Ronnie Lane/Rod Stewart) -instrumental
                   - Flags And Banners III (Ronnie Lane/Rod Stewart) -Ooh La La-version
                   - Fly In The Ointment I (RW/Ian McLagan/Ronnie Lane/
                         Kenney Jones) -instrumental, Neemoi ‘Speedy’ Aquaye on percussion
                  -  Fly In The Ointment II (RW/Ian McLagan/Ronnie Lane/Kenney Jones)
                         -instrumental, Neemoi ‘Speedy’ Aquaye on percussion; Ooh La La-version
                   - Glad And Sorry I (Ronnie Lane) -Rehearsal; see 150828A
                   - Glad And Sorry II (Ronnie Lane) -Ooh La La-version
                   - If I’m On The Late Side I (Rod Stewart/Ronnie Lane) -early version
                   - If I’m On The Late Side II (Rod Stewart/Ronnie Lane) -Ooh La La-version
                   - Instrumental ( )
                   - Insurance (RW/Ronnie Lane) -instrumental; Mahoney’s Last Stand-bonus track
                   - Just Another Honky I (Ronnie Lane) -instrumental, Mahoney’s Last Stand-
                        bonus track, under title Safety Pin Queen
                   - Just Another Honky II (Ronnie Lane) -instrumental, Mahoney’s Last Stand-
                        bonus track, under title Safety Pin Queen
                   - Just Another Honky III (Ronnie Lane) -Ooh La La-version
                   - My Fault I (RW/Rod Stewart/Ian Mclagan) -early version
                   - My Fault II (RW/Rod Stewart/Ian Mclagan) -Mahoney’s Last Stand-
                        bonus track
                   - My Fault III (RW/Rod Stewart/Ian Mclagan) -Ooh La La-version
                   - Ooh La La I (RW/Ronnie Lane) -instrumental
                   - Ooh La La II (RW/Ronnie Lane) -Ooh La La-version
                   - Silicone Grown I (RW/Rod Stewart) -Rehearsal; see 150828A
                   - Silicone Grown II (RW/Rod Stewart) -Ooh La La-version
                   - Skewiff I (RW/Ian McLagan/Ronnie Lane/Kenney Jones) -instrumental
                   - Skewiff II (RW/Ian McLagan/Ronnie Lane/Kenney Jones) -instrumental,
                       single B-side-version
                   - Wyndlesham Bay (RW/Rod Stewart/Ian McLagan ) -early version of 'Jodie'
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, voc, bass)/Rod Stewart (voc, gtr)/Ronnie Lane (bass, voc,
                                  gtr, tamb)/Ian McLagan (p, org, harmonium)/Kenney Jones (dr, perc)

720807A  7th August: Trentham (near Stoke-on-Trent), England, Trentham Gardens Ballroom

720812A  12th August: Reading, England, Thames-side Arena, ‘Reading Festival’
                   (Memphis, Tennessee/Miss Judy's Farm/Angel/Stay With Me/True Blue/I'd Rather
                    Go Blind/Too Bad/That's All You Need/I'm Losing You/Twistin' The Night
                    Away/Maggie May)

720816A  16th August: ROD STEWART. UK TV (BBC) ‘Top Of The Pops’, London. Incl.
                     - You Wear It Well (Rod Stewart/Martin Quittenton)
                     Line-up: RW (gtr)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ian McLagan (org)/Ronnie Lane (bass)/
                                    Kenney Jones (dr)/Martin Quittenton (gtr)/Dick Powell (violin)
                     Note: Aired on the 17th August. Repeated on the 31st August.

19th August - 11th September: FACES. 8th US tour.
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ronnie Lane (bass, voc)/
                                   Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/Kenney Jones (dr)

720819A  19th August: Dallas, Texas, Cotton Bowl
720820A  20th August: Atlanta, Georgia, Braves Stadium
720822A  22nd August: Wichita, Kansas, Cessna Stadium
720823A  23rd August: Denver, Colorado, Coliseum

720825A  25th August: Los Angeles, California, Hollywood Bowl
                   (I’m Losing You/Miss Judy’s Farm/Memphis, Tennessee/Maggie May/
                    Stay With Me/Angel/Too Bad/I’d Rather Go Blind/That’s All You Need-
                    Gasoline Alley-True Blue-That’s All You Need/Maybe I’m Amazed/
                    Twistin’ The Night Away/One Last Sweet Cheerio [a capella]/I Feel So Good)

720826A  26th August: San Diego, California, Sports Arena 

720827A  27th August: Los Angeles, California, Hollywood Palladium

720829A  29th August: Las Vegas, Nevada,Valley Stadium, incl.
                    (It's All Over Now/Miss Judy's Farm/Memphis, Tennessee/Maggie May/
                     Stay With Me/Angel)

720830A  30th August: Oakland, California, Coliseum
720901A  1st September: Portland, Oregon, Memorial Coliseum

720902A  2nd September: Seattle, Washington, Center Coliseum
                   (It's All Over Now/Miss Judy's Farm/Memphis, Tennessee/Maggie May/
                    Stay With Me/Angel/Too Bad/I'd Rather Go Blind/That's All You Need-
                    True Blue-That's All You Need /Maybe I'm Amazed/I'm Losing You/
                    Twistin' The Night Away/One Last Sweet Cheerio [a capella])

720906A  6th September: Detroit, Michigan, Cobo Arena
720907A  7th September: Toronto, Canada, Maple Leaf Gardens
720908A  8th September: Baltimore, Maryland, Civic Center
720911A  11th September: New York City, Madison Square Garden

721021A  21st October: Weston-super-Mare, England, Winter Gardens
721022A  22nd October: Birmingham, England, Kinetic Circus, Mayfair

721029A  29th October: London, Wembley Empire Pool, 'The Wembley Festival Of Music'
                   Note: Benefit-gig in aid for Star's Organisation For Spastics. 

721110A  10th November: ROD STEWART.
                   7“ single (Mercury 6052 198). Producer: Rod Stewart. Sound engineer: Mike Bobak.
                   A: Angel (Jimi Hendrix)
                   B: What Made Milwaukee Famous (Glenn Sutton)
                   Line-up side A: RW (gtr)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ronnie Lane (bass)/Ian McLagan
                                          (xylophone)/Micky Waller (dr)/Nii Moi ‘Speedy’ Acquaye (conga)
                   Line-up side B: RW (bass)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Pete Sears (p)/Micky Waller (dr)/
                                          Ray Jackson (mandolin)/Gordon Huntley (pedal steel)/... (female bvoc)
                   Note: Side B comes from the May-sessions at Morgan Studios, Willesden, London and
                              was previously only released on the cassette-version of 'Never A Dull Moment'.

721115A  15th November: ROD STEWART. UK TV (BBC) ‘Top Of The Pops’, London.  Incl.
                     - Angel (Jimi Hendrix)
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ian McLagan (xylophone, bongos)/
                                   Kenney Jones (dr)
                    Note: Ronnie Lane was missing in the line-up - he was sending a cardboard
                              cut-out of himself instead. Aired on the 16th and 30th November.

721204A  4th & 5th December: FACES.  London, Wood Green, Fishmongers Arms.
                    Tour rehearsals. Incl.
                    - Crazy Horses (Alan Osmond/Wayne Osmond/Merrill Osmond) -unverified

7th - 23rd December: FACES. British Tour.
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ronnie Lane (bass, voc)/
                                  Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/Kenney Jones (dr)

721207A  7th December: Dundee, Scotland, Caird Hall, incl.
                    (It’s All Over Now/Memphis, Tennessee/Maggie May/Stay With Me/Angel/
                     True Blue/I’d Rather Go Blind/Maybe I’m Amazed/I’m Losing You/
                     That’s All You Need-Gasoline Alley-That’s All You Need/I Feel So Good-
                     Roll Over Beethoven-Blue Suede Shoes-Lawdy Miss Clawdy)

721208A  8th December: Newcastle, England, City Hall

721209A  9th December: ALL STAR BAND. London, The Rainbow (1st show)
                   - Pinball Wizard (Pete Townshend) -unverified
                   Line-up: RW (gtr)/Rod Stewart (voc)/& others
                   Note: Charity concert.

721209B  9th December: ALL STAR BAND. London, The Rainbow (2nd show)
                   - Pinball Wizard (Pete Townshend) -unverified
                   Line-up: RW (gtr)/Rod Stewart (voc)/& others
                   Note: Charity concert.

721210A  10th December: Blackpool, England, Opera House
721212A  12th December: Liverpool, England, Stadium
721214A  14th  December: Leeds, England, Town Hall
721216A  16th  December: London, Brixton Sundown

721217A  17th  December: London, Edmonton Sundown
721218A  18th  December: London, Edmonton Sundown
                    Note: Both shows were recorded by Ron Nevison with the Lane Mobile Studio.

721221A  21st December: ROD STEWART. UK TV (BBC) ‘Top Of The Pops’, London.
                    - You Wear It Well (Rod Stewart/Martin Quittenton)
                    Note: Aired on the 25th December. Rod Stewart was backed by the Faces.

721222A  22nd  December: Sheffield, England, City Hall
721223A  23rd December: Manchester, England, Free Trade Hall 

720000A  1972: GERRY LOCKRAN.
                   LP ‘Wun’ (Polydor 2383 122). Producer: Bruce Rowland. Recorded in London,
                   Island Studios. Incl.
                   - Stop On The Red (Gerry Lockran)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr)/Gerry Lockran (voc)/Neil Hubbard (gtr)/Alan Spenner (bass)/
                                  Bruce Rowland (dr)