Woodwork 1973

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

730100A  early January: ERIC CLAPTON. Richmond, England, The Wick (RW’s house).
                   About one week of rehearsals for the two upcoming concerts on the 13th January.
                   Line-up: see 730113B.

730112A  12th January: ERIC CLAPTON. Guildford, Civic Hall. Dress rehearsal.
                    Line-up: see 730113B.

730113A  13th January: ERIC CLAPTON. London, Rainbow Theatre (1st show)
                    - Layla (Eric Clapton/Jim Gordon)
                    - Badge (Eric Clapton/George Harrison)
                    - Blues Power (Eric Clapton/Leon Russell)
                    - Nobody Knows You When You’re Down And Out (Jimmy Cox)
                    - Roll It Over (Eric Clapton/Bobby Whitlock)
                    - Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad (Eric Clapton/Bobby Whitlock)
                    - Little Wing (Jimi Hendrix)
                    - Bottle Of Red Wine (Eric Clapton/Bobby Whitlock)
                    - After Midnight (John J. Cale)
                    - Bell Bottom Blues (Eric Clapton)
                    - Presence Of The Lord (Eric Clapton)
                    - Tell The Truth (Eric Clapton/Bobby Whitlock)
                    - Pearly Queen (Steve Winwood/Jim Capaldi)
                    - Let It Rain (Eric Clapton/Bonnie Bramlett)
                    - Crossroads (Robert Johnson)
                    Line-up: see 730113B.

730113B  13th January: ERIC CLAPTON. London, Rainbow Theatre (2nd show)
                    - Layla 1 (Eric Clapton/Jim Gordon)
                    - Badge (Eric Clapton/George Harrison)
                    - Blues Power (Eric Clapton/Leon Russell)
                    - Nobody Knows You When You’re Down And Out (Jimmy Cox)
                    - Roll It Over (Eric Clapton/Bobby Whitlock)
                    - Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad (Eric Clapton/Bobby Whitlock)
                    - Little Wing (Jimi Hendrix)
                    - Bottle Of Red Wine (Eric Clapton/Bobby Whitlock)
                    - Presence Of The Lord (Eric Clapton)
                    - Tell The Truth (Eric Clapton/Bobby Whitlock)
                    - Pearly Queen (Steve Winwood/Jim Capaldi)
                    - Key To The Highway (Charles Segar/Big Bill Broonzy)
                    - Let It Rain (Eric Clapton/Bonnie Bramlett)
                    - Crossroads (Robert Johnson)
                    - Layla II (Eric Clapton/Jim Gordon)
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Eric Clapton (gtr, voc)/Pete Townshend (gtr, bvoc)/
                                   Steve Winwood (keyb, bvoc)/Rick Grech (bass)/Rebop (perc)/
                                   Jim Capaldi (dr)/Jimmy Karstein (dr)
                    Note: Both shows were professionally recorded by Glyn Johns with the Lane
                              Mobile Studio.

730207A  7th February: FACES. UK TV (BBC) ‘Top Of The Pops’, London.
                    - Cindy Incidentally (RW/Rod Stewart/Ian Mclagan)
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ronnie Lane (bass, bvoc)/
                                  Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/Kenney Jones (dr)
                     Note: Aired on the 8th February.

730208A  8th February: FACES. UK radio (BBC) ‘In Concert’, London, Paris Theatre
                   (Silicone Grown/Cindy Incidentally/Angel/Memphis, Tennesse/True Blue/
                    I’d Rather Go Blind/You're My Girl/Twistin' The Night Away/It's All Over Now/
                    Miss Judy's Farm/Maybe I'm Amazed/Three Button Hand Me Down/
                    I’m Losing You)
                   Note: The show was not broadcast, due to The Faces sounding too drunk.
                              It was finally aired by mistake in January 2003 on BBC6 Digital.

730212A  12th February: FACES. UK radio (BBC) ‘Radio 1 Club’, London. Incl.
                   - Cindy Incidentally (RW/Rod Stewart/Ian Mclagan)
                   - Borstal Boys (RW/Rod Stewart/Ian McLagan)
                   - My Fault (RW/Rod Stewart/Ian McLagan)
                   + maybe more
                   Note: Aired on the 1st March.

730216A  16th February: FACES.
                   7“ single (Warner Brothers WB K 16247). Producer and sound engineer: Glyn Johns.
                   A: Cindy Incidentally (RW/Rod Stewart/Ian Mclagan)
                   B: Skewiff (RW/Ian McLagan/Ronnie Lane/Kenney Jones)

730224A  24th February: FACES. UK TV (LWT) ‘Russell Harty Plus’, London.
                    - Cindy Incidentally (RW/Rod Stewart/Ian Mclagan)

730309A  9th March: Voorburg, Netherlands, Sporthal De Vliegermolen. Backstage.
                    - One Last Sweet Cheerio (Trad.) -a capella
                    Note: Filmed by Dutch VARA TV.

730310A  10th March: Voorburg (near The Hague), Netherlands, Sporthal De Vliegermolen,
                    'Pop Gala '73', incl.
                    (Memphis, Tennessee/True Blue/Cindy Incidentally/Borstal Boys/Stay With
                     Me/Angel/You Wear It Well-Maggie May/Twistin’ The Night Away)
                    Note: All songs filmed by Dutch VARA TV and were partly aired on Dutch TV
                             on May 11 and August 3. Three more tracks (Memphis, True Blue & Cindy
                             Incidentally) and the backstage a capella (see 730310A) were shown on
                             Dutch TV (VARA) on December 5, 2009 (and repeated in 2013).
                             Borstal Boys was telecast at an unidentified date on Slowenian TV (SLO 2)
                             Parts of the show were also aired on Dutch radio (VARA Hilversum 1) on
                             March 14.
                             Some of the tracks were also released on the Faces 'Video Biography' (see
                             880800A).

730314A  14th March: FACES. Dutch radio (VARA Hilversum 1), incl. live-tracks from
                    Voorburg, Netherlands, Sporthal De Vliegermolen 10.03.:
                    - Stay With Me (RW/Rod Stewart)
                    - Angel (Jimi Hendrix)
                    - You Wear It Well-Maggie May (Both: Rod Stewart/Martin Quittenton)
                    - Twistin’ The Night Away (Sam Cooke)

730316A  16th March: FACES. Dutch TV (VARA) ‘Popgala’, incl. live-tracks from
                    Voorburg, Netherlands, Sporthal De Vliegermolen 10.03.1973, possible tracks:
                    - Stay With Me (RW/Rod Stewart)
                    - Angel (Jimi Hendrix)
                    - You Wear It Well-Maggie May (Both: Rod Stewart/Martin Quittenton)
                     - Twistin’ The Night Away (Sam Cooke)
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ronnie Lane (bass, bvoc)/
                                   Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/Kenney Jones (dr)
                    Note: The listed songs might also come from the subsequent telecasts of
                              Popgala-tracks on May 11 (or August 3, which showed highlights from
                              the two previous telecasts).

730401A  1st April: FACES. UK radio (BBC) ‘In Concert’, London, Paris Theatre.
                    Host: John Peel.
                    (Silicone Grown/Cindy Incidentally/Memphis, Tennessee/If I’m On The Late Side/
                     My Fault/The Stealer/Borstal Boys/Angel/Stay With Me/You’re My Girl/
                     True Blue/Twistin’ The Night Away/Miss Judy’s Farm/Jealous Guy/Too Bad)
                    Note: Broadcast on the 21st April.
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, voc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ronnie Lane (bass, bvoc)/
                                   Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/Kenney Jones (dr)

730405A  5th April: FACES.
                   7“ flexi disc (New Musical Express SFI 139). Producer and sound engineer:
                   Glyn Johns.
                   A: Medley: Fly In The Ointment-My Fault-Borstal Boys-Silicone Grown-Ooh La La
                   B: Dishevelment Blues (RW/Rod Stewart/Ronnie Lane/Ian McLagan/Kenney Jones)
                  Note: Given away for free with the 5th April-issue of ‘New Musical Express’.
                             For authors of the medley, see ‘Ooh La La’-album (730413A).

730405B  5th April: Leicester, England, Odeon
730408A  8th April: Bristol, England, Hippodrome
730409A  9th April: Oxford, England, New Theatre
730410A  10th April: Worcester, England, Gaumont

730413A  13th April: FACES.
                   LP ‘Ooh La La’ (Warner Brothers K 56011). Producer and sound engineer:
                   Glyn Johns.
                   A: - Silicone Grown (RW/Rod Stewart)
                        - Cindy Incidentally (RW/Rod Stewart/Ian McLagan)
                        - Flags And Banners (Ronnie Lane/Rod Stewart)
                        - My Fault (RW/Rod Stewart/Ian Mclagan)
                        - Borstal Boys (RW/Rod Stewart/Ian McLagan)
                   B: - Fly In The Ointment (RW/Ian McLagan/Ronnie Lane/Kenney Jones) -
                             Nii Moi ‘Speedy’ Acquaye on percussion
                        - If I’m On The Late Side (Rod Stewart/Ronnie Lane)
                        - Glad And Sorry (Ronnie Lane)
                        - Just Another Honky (Ronnie Lane)
                        - Ooh La La (RW/Ronnie Lane)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, voc, bass)/Rod Stewart (voc, gtr, banjo)/Ronnie Lane (bass,
                                  voc, gtr, tamb)/Ian McLagan (p, org, harmonium, voc)/Kenney Jones
                                  (dr, perc)

730413B  13th April: Sunderland, England, Fillmore North, Locarno Ballroom

730400A  April: FACES. Stargroves, (Mick Jagger’s house), Newbury, England, Ronnie
                   Lane Mobile Studio (LMS). Producer and or sound engineer: Ron Nevison. Incl.
                   - I Don't Want To Be Right (Homer Banks/Carl Hampton/Ray Jackson) -boxset-
                        version
                   - Jealous Guy (John Lennon) -boxset-version

23rd April - 13th May: FACES. 9th US tour.
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, voc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ronnie Lane (bass, voc)/
                                  Ian McLagan (keyb, voc)/Kenney Jones (dr, voc)

730423A  23rd April: Minneapolis, Minnesota, Auditorium
730424A  24th April: St. Louis, Missouri, Kiel Auditorium
730426A  26th April: Evanston, Illinois, McGraw Memorial Hall
730428A  28th April: Columbus, Ohio, State University, Wexner Mershon Auditorium
730430A  30th April: Detroit, Michigan, Cobo Hall

730400A  April or May: VARIOUS ARTISTS.
                   Soundtrack-LP ‘That’ll Be The Day’ (Ronco Records MR 2002/3). Recorded in
                   mid-October 1972 at London's Olympic Sound Studios. Incl.
                   - Long Live Rock (Pete Townshend) -by Billy Fury; with RW on guitar
                   - That's Alright Mama (Arthur Crudup) -by Billy Fury; maybe with RW
                   - Get Yourself Together (Billy Fury) -by Billy Fury; with RW on guitar
                   - What'd I Say (Ray Charles) -by Billy Fury; RW probably on guitar
                   Line-up 'Long Live Rock': RW (gtr)/Billy Fury (voc)/Pete Townshend (gtr)/
                                 Graham Bond (sax)/Jack Bruce (bass)/Keith Moon (dr)/John Hawken (p)

730500A  May: Salt Lake City, Utah, Salt Palace
730502A  2nd May: Boston, Massachusetts, Garden
730503A  3rd May: Providence, Rhode Island, Civic Center
730505A  5th May: Hampton, Virginia, Rhodes Coliseum
730507A  7th May: Springfield, Massachusetts, Civic Center
730509A  9th May: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Spectrum
730510A  10th May: Uniondale, New York, Nassau Coliseum

730511A  11th May: FACES. Dutch TV (VARA) ‘Popgala-Zien’, incl. one live-track from
                   Voorburg, Netherlands, Sporthal De Vliegermolen 10.03. (see 730310A).
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ronnie Lane (bass, bvoc)/
                                  Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/Kenney Jones (dr)
 

730512A  12th May: Roanoke, Virginia, Civic Center Auditorium

730513A  13th May: Indianapolis, Indiana, Indiana State Fairgrounds Coliseum
                    (Miss Judy’s Farm/Memphis, Tennessee/Silicone Grown/The Stealer/
                     Angel/Stay With Me/You Wear It Well-Maggie May/I’d Rather Go Blind/
                     True Blue/Borstal Boys/Too Bad/My Fault/Jealous Guy/You’re My Girl/
                     Twistin’ The Night Away/I’m Losing You/We’ll Meet Again [a capella])
                     Note: Last gig of the tour.

730601A  1st June: London, Edmonton Sundown
 
730603A  3rd June: London, Edmonton Sundown
                   (Miss Judy's Farm/Silicone Grown/Cindy Incidentally/The Stealer/Angel/True
                    Blue/Stay With Me/You Wear It Well-Maggie May/Jealous Guy/My Fault/
                    Borstal Boys/Too Bad/Twistin’ The Night Away/Memphis, Tennessee/I'm
                    Losing You/We'll Meet Again [a capella])

730604A  4th June: London, Edmonton Sundown

730606A  6th June: FACES.
                    Single (Warner Brothers WB 7711, -US). Producer: Glyn Johns.
                    A: Ooh La La (RW/Ronnie Lane)
                    B: Borstal Boys (RW/Rod Stewart/Ian McLagan)

730606B  6th June: London, Edmonton Sundown, incl.
                   (Cindy Incidentally/Angel/True Blue/I’d Rather Go Blind/Jealous Guy/
                     You Wear It Well-Maggie May/Borstal Boys/Twistin’ The Night Away/
                      Memphis, Tennessee/We’ll Meet Again [a capella])
                    Note: This show was the last Faces-gig with Ronnie Lane on bass.
                               He was replaced by ex-Free member Tetsu Yamauchi from Japan.

730606C  6th June: FACES.
                   Video (Video Tape Network) ‘Ooh La La! With The Faces’.
                    Incl. the songs listed above (730606B). Releasing date not known.
                    Probably this film was already shown before on British TV.
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, voc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ronnie Lane (bass, voc)/
                                   Ian McLagan (keyb, voc)/Kenney Jones (dr, voc)

730700A  July: NICKY HOPKINS. London, CBS Studios and/or Newbury, England,
                    Stargroves (MJ's house). Recordings for the unreleased album 'The Long
                    Journey Home'. Producers probably: Nicky Hopkins & Phil McDonald. Incl.
                     - Don't Play With The Gun (Nicky Hopkins?) -instrumental
                     - Raymond Glendenning (Nicky Hopkins?) -instrumental
                     Line-up: RW (gtr)/Nicky Hopkins (p)/Ronnie Lane (bass)/Prairie Prince (dr)

730700B   July: Ibiza, Spain. Rehearsals and song writing sessions with new member
                      Tetsu Yamauchi on bass.

16th July - 29th July: FACES. European gigs.
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/
                                 Tetsu Yamauchi (bass)/Kenney Jones (dr)

730716A  16th July: Turin, Italy, Palassport
730717A  17th July: Bologna, Italy, Palassport
730718A  18th July: Rome, Italy, Palassport

730700C  mid-July onwards: RON WOOD. Richmond, England, The Wick, RW's home
                   studio.
                   Recording of demos for the upcoming album I've Got My Own Album To Do.
                   Musicians: RW (voc, gtr)/MT (bass)/Ian McLagan (keyb)/Clarence McDonald
                                      (keyb)/Andy Newmark (dr)

730721A  21st July: Frankfurt, West-Germany, Radstadion, ‘2. Sommer Rock Festival’
                    (Introduction by Keith Moon/Miss Judy’s Farm/Silicone Grown/I’m
                     Losing You/True Blue/Angel/Stay With Me/The Stealer/You Wear
                     It Well-Maggie May/Too Bad/Twistin’ The Night Away/Borstal Boys)
                    Note: With special guest Keith Moon (tamb) on Borstal Boys.

730724A  24th July onwards: RON WOOD. Richmond, England, The Wick, RW’s
                    homestudio. Sound engineer: George Chkiantz.
                    - It’s Only Rock’n Roll I (MJ/KR) -unverified demo version
                    - instrumental jam ( ) -unverified
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, bass)/MJ (voc, gtr)/Kenney Jones (dr)/David Bowie (bvoc,
                                   handclaps)
                    Note: Apparently one more track was recorded, either ‘I Can Feel The Fire’ or a
                              cover-version of a Curtis Mayfield-composition.
                              Willie Weeks wasn't present at this session, he overdubbed his
                              bass-part in Spring 1974 at Stargroves (MJ's house) in Newbury.
                              Conflicting sources place this session between December 4-7, 1973.

730729A  29th July: Manchester, England, The Hardrock Concert Theatre
                   Note: Partly with Willy Wilson, substituting for Kenney Jones on drums.

730810A  10th August: ROD STEWART.
                   LP ‘Sing It Again Rod’ (Mercury 6338 153). Compilation with some tracks
                   remixed by Rod Stewart (remixing was done in New York City).
                   A: - [Reason To Believe (Tim Hardin)]
                        - You Wear It Well (Rod Stewart/Martin Quittenton) -remixed
                        - Mandolin Wind (Rod Stewart)
                        - Country Comfort (Elton John/Bernie Taupin)
                        - Maggie May (Rod Stewart/Martin Quittenton) -faded in
                        - Handbags And Gladrags (Mike D’Abo) -edit
                   B: - Street Fighting Man (MJ/KR)
                        - Twistin’ The Night Away (Sam Cooke)
                        - Lost Paraguayos (RW/Rod Stewart)
                        - I’m Losing You (Norman Whitfield/Eddie Holland/Cornelius Grant) -edit
                        - Gasoline Alley (RW/Rod Stewart)

730811A  11th August: Southend, England, Kursaal Ballroom

730817A  17th August: FACES. German TV (BR3) 'Szene '73', incl. report on Faces.           

730817B  17th August: Doncaster, England, Top Rank
730818A  18th August: Manchester, England, Hard Rock

730825A  25th August: Reading, England, Richfield Avenue, ‘Reading Festival’
                   (Miss Judy’s Farm/Silicone Grown/Cindy Incidentally/The Stealer/
                    Angel/True Blue/Stay With Me/Too Bad/I Wish It Would Rain/
                    Jealous Guy/Borstal Boys/Twistin’ The Night Away/Oh No Not My Baby/
                    I’m Losing You)
                   Note: Soundboard recording was made by Ron Nevison with Ronnie Lane’s
                             Mobile Studio.
                             With an unidentified brass section, maybe including Harry Beckett and/or
                             Wayne Jackson on 'I Wish It Would Rain'.

730831A  31st August: ROD STEWART/FACES.
                   7“ single (Mercury 6052 371). Producers: Rod Stewart (side A), Ron Wood
                   and Rod Stewart (side B). Side A arranged by Jimmy Horowitz, probably
                   recorded earlier in August at Morgan Sound Studios, London.
                   Jodie is an Ooh La La-outtake, probably with a pair of new lyrics (see 720805A).
                    A: Oh No Not My Baby (Gerry Goffin/Carole King) -credited to Rod Stewart
                    B: Jodie (RW/Rod Stewart/Ian McLagan) -credited to Faces
                    Line-up 'Oh No': RW (gtr)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Martin Quittenton (gtr)/Pete Sears
                                                (bass)/Micky Waller (dr)/strings arranged by Jimmy Horowitz
                    Line-up 'Jodie': RW (gtr)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Kenney Jones (dr)/Ian McLagan
                                               (org)/Ronnie Lane (bass)

730910A  10th September: ERIC CLAPTON.
                    LP ‘Eric Clapton’s Rainbow Concert’ (RSO Records 2394 116).
                    Produced and re-mixed by Bob Pridden. Sound engineer: Phil Chapman.
                    A: - Badge (Eric Clapton/George Harrison) -2nd show    
                         - Roll It Over (Eric Clapton/Bobby Whitlock) -2nd show
                         - Presence Of The Lord (Eric Clapton) -2nd show
                    B: - Pearly Queen (Steve Winwood/Jim Capaldi) -2nd show
                        - After Midnight (John J. Cale) -1st show
                        - Little Wing (Jimi Hendrix) -1st show
                    Note: Recorded live in London, Rainbow Theatre on the 13th January.
                    Line-up: see 730113B.

730900A  September: Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Tour-rehearsals.

15th September - 19th October: FACES. 10th US tour.
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, voc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ian McLagan (keyb, voc)/
                                  Tetsu Yamauchi (bass, voc)/Kenney Jones (dr, voc)

730915A  15th September: St. Petersburg, Florida, Bayfront Center. Soundcheck.
                     - instrumental jam
                     - I Wish It Would Rain (Barett Strong/Rodger Penzabene/Norman Whitfield)
                     - Jealous Guy (John Lennon)

730915B  15th September: St. Petersburg, Florida, Bayfront Center, incl.
                    (Miss Judy’s Farm/Silicone Grown/The Stealer/Angel/True Blue/
                     Stay With Me/I Wish It Would Rain/You Wear It Well-Maggie May/I'd
                     Rather Go Blind/My Fault/Too Bad/Borstal Boys/Twistin’ The Night Away)

730917A  17th September: Tuscaloosa, Alabama, Memorial Coliseum

730919A  19th September: Durham, North Carolina, Duke University
                    (Miss Judy’s Farm/Silicone Grown/The Stealer/Angel/True Blue/
                     Stay With Me/I’m Losing You/I Wish It Would Rain/You Wear It Well-
                     Maggie May/I’d Rather Go Blind/My Fault/Too Bad-Every Picture Tells
                     A Story/Borstal Boys/Twistin’ The Night Away/We’ll Meet Again [a capella])

730920A  20th September: Richmond, Virginia, Coliseum
730922A  22nd September: Evansville, Indiana, Roberts Stadium
730923A  23rd September: Knoxville, Tennessee, University Of Tennessee
730925A  25th September: Baton Rouge, Louisiana, State University Assembly Center
730927A  27th September: Houston, Texas, Sam Houston Coliseum
730928A  28th September: San Antonio, Texas, Convention Center Arena
730929A  29th September: Dallas, Texas, Moody Coliseum
731001A  1st October: El Paso, Texas, County Coliseum
731002A  2nd October: Albuquerque, New Mexico, University, Johnson's Gym
731003A  3rd October: Denver, Colorado, Coliseum
731005A  5th October: Tucson, Arizona, Convention Center
731006A  6th October: Phoenix, Arizona, Veterans Memorial Coliseum
731009A  9th October: San Francisco, California, Cow Palace
731010A  10th October: San Diego, California, Sports Arena
731011A  11th October: Fresno, California, Selland Arena
731013A  13th October: Santa Barbara, California, Campus Stadium

731014A  14th October: Long Beach, California, Arena

731016A  16th October: Anaheim, California, Convention Center
731017A  17th October: Anaheim, California, Convention Center
                    Note: Soundboard recordings were made by Gary Kellgren.

731018A  18th October: Los Angeles, California, Hollywood Palladium, incl.
                   (I Wish It Would Rain/I’d Rather Go Blind/My Fault/Too Bad-Every
                     Picture Tells A Story)
                   Note: Soundboard recording was made by Gary Kellgren.

731000C  October and/or November: Henley-On-Thames, Friars Park. George Harrison's
                   homestudio. RW jams and records with George Harrison.

731000D  October and/or November: FACES. London, Morgan Sound Studios.
                    Producer: Mike Bobak. Sound engineer: Eddie Offord.
                    -  Pool Hall Richard I (RW/Rod Stewart) -early take
                    -  Pool Hall Richard II (RW/Rod Stewart) -single-version
                    Line-up: See 731130A.

731100A  November: DAVID BOWIE. London, Olympic Sound Studios. Producer:
                   David Bowie.
                   - Growin’ Up (Bruce Springsteen)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr)/David Bowie (voc)/James Pritchett (gtr)/Herbie Flowers 
                                  (bass)/Aynsley Dunbar (dr)/Mike Garson (p)/G.A. MacCormack (bvoc)
                   Note: Released in August 1990 as a bonus track on a 'Pin Ups'-re-release (see
                             900800A).

731102A  2nd November: ALVIN LEE & MYLON LEFEVRE.
                   LP ‘On The Road To Freedom’ (Chrysalis Records 32729). Producer: Alvin Lee.
                   Sound engineers: Harold Burgon and Andy Jaworski. Recorded at Space Studio
                   (Alvin Lee's homestudio), Woodcote, England in August. Incl.
                   - So Sad (George Harrison) -George Harrison on guitar, bass and backing vocals,
                        Mick Fleetwood on drums
                   - Fallen Angel (Alvin Lee) -Steve Winwood on piano, Jim Capaldi on drums
                        and percussion
                   - We Will Shine (Mylon Lefevre) -Steve Winwood on piano
                   - Let ‘Em Say What They Will (RW) -Tim Hinckley on piano
                   Basic line-up: RW (gtr, bass, dr)/Alvin Lee (gtr, bass, voc)/Mylon Lefevre (voc, gtr,
                                            perc)
                   Note: RW plays bass on ‘We Will Shine’ and guitar, bass and drums on his self-penned
                             ‘Let ‘Em Say What They Will’

731123A  23rd - 24th November: THE ROLLING STONES. Munich, Germany, Musicland
                   Studios. Producers: The Glimmer Twins. Sound engineers: Keith Harwood and Andy
                   Johns.
                   - Black Limousine I (MJ/KR/RW) -with Ron Wood on guitar; early instrumental
                        version (probably under title Broken Head Blues)

731100B  late November: London, Shepperton Studios. Tour-rehearsals.

29th November - 24th December: FACES. British Tour.
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/
                                  Tetsu Yamauchi (bass)/Kenney Jones (dr)

731129A  29th November: London, East Ham Granada
731130B  30th November: London, Kilburn State Theatre
731202A  2nd December: Bristol, Hippodrome
731203A  3rd December: Worcester, Odeon

731207A  7th December: FACES.
                   7“ single (Warner Brothers WB K 16341). Producers: Mike Bobak (side A),
                   Ron Nevison (side B). Side A probably recorded at Morgan Sound Studios,
                   London. Side B was recorded live at the Reading festival on the 25th August
                   and features an unidentified brass section.
                   A: Pool Hall Richard (RW/Rod Stewart)
                   B: I Wish It Would Rain (Barrett Strong/Rodger Penzabene/Norman Whitfield)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/
                                  Tetsu Yamauchi (bass)/Kenney Jones (dr)

731207B  7th December: Birmingham, England, Odeon
731208A  8th December: Leeds, England, The Queens Hall
731209A  9th December: Liverpool, England, Empire
731211A  11th December: Manchester, England, Free Trade Hall
731212A  12th December: Blackpool, England, Opera House
731215A  15th December: Glasgow, England, Apollo
731216A  16th December: Glasgow, England, Apollo
731217A  17th December: Newcastle, England, Odeon

731218A  18th December: FACES. UK TV (BBC) ‘Top Of The Pops’, London.
                    - Pool Hall Richard (RW/Rod Stewart) -playback
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/
                                   Tetsu Yamauchi (bass)/Kenney Jones (dr)
                    Note: Aired on the 20th December.

731219A  19th December: Bournemouth, England, Winter Gardens
731220A  20th December: Sutton, England, Granada
731223A  23rd December: Oxford, England, New Theatre
731224A  24th December: London, Edmonton Sundown

731230A  30th December: US radio (D.I.R.) 'King Biscuit Flower Hour'.
                   Airing of the Coast To Coast-album (incl. I'm Losing You; see 740110A & B) in
                   quadrophonic sound.

730000A  1973: FACES. UK movie ‘Sound Of The City’. Director: Peter Clifton. Incl.
                    three live tracks filmed in London, Chalk Farm 6.5.72:
                    - Stay With Me (RW/Rod Stewart)
                    - 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)