Woodwork 1974

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

740100A  early 1974: ALVIN LEE & MYLON LEFEVRE.
                   7” single (Chrysalis Records 2035). Producer: Alvin Lee.
                   A: So Sad (George Harrison) -single edit
                   [B: On The Road To Freedom (Alvin Lee)]
                   Line-up: RW (gtr)/Alvin Lee (gtr, bvoc)/Mylon LeFevre (voc)/
                                  George Harrison (gtr, bass, bvoc)/Mick Fleetwood (dr)
                   Note: For all other info, see 731102A.

740110A  10th January: ROD STEWART/FACES.
                   LP ‘Coast To Coast - Overture And Beginners’ (Mercury 9100 001).
                   Producers: Faces. Sound engineer: Gary Kellgren. Recorded live in Anaheim and
                   Los Angeles on the 17th and 18th October with the Record Plant mobile truck by
                   Gary Kellgren.
                   A: - It’s All Over Now (Bobby And Shirley Womack)
                        - Cut Across Shorty (Marijohn Wilkin/Wayne P. Walker)
                        - Too Bad/Every Picture Tells A Story (both: RW/Rod Stewart)
                        - Angel (Jimi Hendrix)
                        - Stay With Me (RW/Rod Stewart)
                   B: - I Wish It Would Rain (Barrett Strong/Rodger Penzabene/Norman Whitfield)
                        - I’d Rather Go Blind (Bill Foster/Ellington Jordan)
                        - Borstal Boys/Amazing Grace (RW/Rod Stewart/Ian McLagan)/(Trad. arr.:
                             by Rod Stewart)
                        - Jealous Guy (John Lennon)
                    Notes: The recordings have also been broadcast many times by US radio (KBFH),
                                 first in advance of the album release on December 30, 1973 (see 731230A).
                                 Rod Stewart re-recorded some of his lead vocals in the studio (e.g. for Too
                                 Bad).

740100B  January: ROD STEWART/FACES.
                   Cassette ‘Coast To Coast - Overture And Beginners’ (Warner Brothers K456027,
                   -US). Producers: Faces. Sound engineer: Gary Kellgren. Recorded live in
                   Anaheim or Los Angeles on the 17th or 18th October with the Record Plant
                   mobile truck by Gary Kellgren. Incl. contentzs of the LP (see 740110A) plus the
                   following bonus-track:
                   - I’m Losing You (Norman Whitfield/Eddie Holland/Cornelius Grant)
                   Note: The bonus-track was also released on the 8-track cartridge of the album
                             (Warner Brothers M5-2752).
                             The recording has also been broadcast many times by US KBFH radio.

740100C  January: VARIOUS ARTISTS.
                    LP ‘Reading Festival ‘73’ (GM Records GML 1008). Producer and sound
                    engineer: Ron Nevison.
                    - I’m Losing You (Norman Whitfield/Eddie Holland/Cornelius Grant) -by Faces
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ian McLagan (p, bvoc)/        
                                   Tetsu Yamauchi (bass)/Kenney Jones (dr)
                    Notes: This is not Reading! Recorded live in Anaheim or Los Angeles on the 17th
                                 or 18th October with the Record Plant mobile truck by Gary Kellgren.
                                 It was also released on the cassette and 8-track versions of Coast To Coast
                                 (see above).

740100D  between January - March: THE WHO. London, Ramport Studios and/or Pete
                   Townshend’s homestudio. Recordings for 'Tommy/Original Soundtrack' (see
                   750300A). Producers: Pete Townshend & Ken Russell. Sound engineer: Ron
                   Nevison. Incl.
                   - Acid Queen I (Pete Townshend) -long movie version, with additional synthesizer
                       by Pete Townshend
                   - Acid Queen II (Pete Townshend) -short album version
                   - There’s A Doctor (Pete Townshend)
                   Line-up ‘Acid Queen’: RW (gtr)/Tina Turner (voc)/Pete Townshend (gtr)/
                                  Nicky Hopkins (p)/John Entwistle (bass)/Kenney Jones (dr)
                   Line-up ‘There’s A Doctor’: RW (gtr)/Alan Ross (gtr)/Ann-Margret and
                                 Oliver Reed (voc)/Chris Stainton (p)/Kenney Jones (dr)
                   Note: The movie (director: Ken Russell) with the long version of Acid Queen
                              was premiered on the 19th March 1975 in New York City.

27th January - 20th February: FACES. Australasian Tour.
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/
                                   Tetsu Yamauchi (bass)/Kenney Jones (dr)

740127A  27th January: Auckland, New Zealand, Western Springs Stadium, incl.
                   (You Wear It Well-Maggie May/Borstal Boys-Gasoline Alley-Amazing Grace-
                    Borstal Boys/I Wish It Would Rain/Twistin' The Night Away/Pool Hall Richard/
                    We'll Meet Again)

740131A  31st January: Brisbane, Australia, Milton Tennis Courts (cancelled)

740201A  probably 1st February: Sydney, Australia. Press conference.

740201B  1st February: Sydney, Australia, Randwick Racecourse
                    (It’s All Over Now/I’m Losing You/Angel/True Blue/Stay With Me/I’d Rather Go
                     Blind/Memphis, Tennessee/My Fault/Too Bad-Every Picture Tells A Story/You Wear
                     It Well-Maggie May/I Wish It Would Rain/Borstal Boys-Memo From Turner-Gasoline
                     Alley-Amazing Grace-Borstal Boys/Twistin’ The Night Away/Pool Hall Richard)

740203A  3rd February: Melbourne, Australia, South Melbourne Football Ground

740204A  4th February: Australian TV (ABC) 'GTK', incl..
                    - interview with all five Faces by Julie Clarke, Peter Collins & Adam Bowen
                        (from press conference, Sydney, probably 1.2.74)

740205A  5th February: Adelaide, Australia, Memorial Park Drive
740208A  8th February: Melbourne, Australia, Festival Hall

740209A  9th February: Sydney, Australia, Hordern Pavillion
                   (It’s All Over Now/I’m Losing You/Angel/True Blue/Stay With Me/
                     I’d Rather Go Blind/Memphis, Tennessee/My Fault/Too Bad-
                     Every Picture Tells A Story/You Wear It Well-Maggie May/
                     I Wish It Would Rain/Borstal Boys-Amazing Grace-Gasoline Alley-
                     Borstal Boys/Twistin’ The Night Away/Pool Hall Richard)

740200A  February: Australian TV (ABC) 'GTK'. Incl.
                    - Pool Hall Richard (RW/Rod Stewart) -Melbourne 3.2.74
                    Note: Live footage with dubbed sound from the legal release.

740200B  February: Australian TV (ABC) 'GTK', incl..
                    - It’s All Over Now (Bobby and Shirley Womack) -Melbourne, 3rd February 1974
                    - Twistin’ The Night Away (Sam Cooke) -Melbourne, 3rd February 1974

740212A  12th February: Hong Kong, Football Club Stadion

740215A  15th February: Osaka, Japan, Kouseinenkin-hall

740218A  18th or 19th February: Tokyo, Japan. Press conference.

740219A  19th February: Tokyo, Japan, Budokan
                    (It’s All Over Now/I’m Losing You/Angel/True Blue/Stay With Me/
                     I’d Rather Go Blind/Memphis, Tennessee/My Fault/Too Bad-
                     Every Picture Tells A Story/Band introduction/You Wear It Well-
                     Maggie May/I Wish It Would Rain/Borstal Boys-Amazing Grace-
                     Gasoline Alley-Borstal Boys/Twistin’ The Night Away/Pool Hall Richard)

740220A  20th February: Tokyo, Japan, Budokan
                    (It’s All Over Now/I’m Losing You/Angel/True Blue/Stay With Me/I’d Rather
                    Go Blind/Memphis, Tennessee/Too Bad-Every Picture Tells A Story/My Fault/
                     I Wish It Would Rain/Jealous Guy/You Wear It Well-Maggie May/
                     Borstal Boys-Amazing Grace-Gasoline Alley-Borstal Boys/Twistin’ The
                     Night Away/Pool Hall Richard/One Last Sweet Cheerio [a capella])

740300A  March: Premiere of the movie ‘Mahoney’s Last Stand’ (date unsure).
                   Director: Alex Kanner. Starring: Sam Waterston, Maud Adams. Original motion
                   picture soundtrack recorded by RW and Ronnie Lane (see 720500A).

740300B  March - April: ROD STEWART. London, Morgan Sound Studios and maybe
                   (near?) Frankfurt, West Germany, unidentified studio and Brussels, Belgium,
                   IPC Studios. Producer: Rod Stewart. Sound engineer: Mike Bobak.
                   Recordings for the upcoming album 'Smiler', incl. the album-contents and
                   - Crying, Laughing, Loving, Lying (Labi Siffre)
                   - Every Time We Say Goodbye (Cole Porter)
                   - Missed You (Rod Stewart)
                   - So Tired (Rod Stewart)
                   - You Put Something Better Inside Of Me (Gerry Rafferty/Joe Egan)
                    Note: All in all 17 tracks were recorded. First recording sessions have
                              been in August 1973 at Morgan Sound Studios, Willesden, London.
                              The five songs listed above came out on the compilation-CD 'Handbags
                              And Gladrags' in November 1995 (Mercury 528 823-2), see 951100B.
                              'So Tired' and 'Missed You' are the same song with different lyrics!

740400A  April or early May: London, unknown flat at Portobello Road
                    RW (dr), MJ (p), Jeff Beck (gtr) and Rod Stewart (voc) jam together (unverified).

740400B  late April - early June: RON WOOD. Richmond, England, The Wick. Producers:
                   RW and Gary Kellgren. Sound engineers: Chuch McGee, Mike Bobak, Ron Nevison
                   and Gary Kellgren. Incl.
                   - Act Together (MJ/KR)
                   - Ain't That Loving You Baby (Jimmy Reed) -with Paul McCartney on piano; unverified
                   - Am I Grooving You (Bert Russell/Jeff Barry)
                   - Breathe On Me I (RW)
                   - Breathe On Me II (RW) -edited single-mix
                   - Cancel Everything (RW)
                   - Caribbean Boogie (RW)
                   - Crotch Music (Willie Weeks)
                   - Far East Man (RW/George Harrison)
                   - Forever I (RW) -unverified
                   - I Can Feel The Fire I (RW)
                   - I Can Feel The Fire II (RW) -edit
                   - I Can Say She’s Alright I (RW) -unverified
                   - I Can’t Stand The Rain (Donald Bryant/Ann Peebles/Bernard Miller)
                   - If You Gotta Make A Fool Of Somebody (Rudy Clark)
                   - It’s Unholy (RW)
                   - Money Money (RW) -unverified
                   - Mystifies Me (RW)
                   - Now Look (RW)
                   - Shirley (RW)
                   - Sure The One You Need (MJ/KR)
                   - Take A Look At The Guy I (RW)
                   - Take A Look At The Guy II (RW) -edited promo version
                   Musicians: RW (gtr, voc, harm, perc)/KR (gtr, voc, perc, el p)/MJ (voc, gtr)/
                                       MT (gtr, bass, synth, wurlitzer)/Ian McLagan (synth, org, p)/Willie
                                       Weeks (bg, gtr effects)/Andy Newmark (dr)/Kenney Jones (dr)/Micky
                                       Waller (dr)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Martin Quittenton (gtr)/Jean Roussell
                                       (p, org)/Pete Sears (bass)/Ross, Henderson & Sterling (steel dr)/Ruby
                                       Turner (bvoc)/Irene and Doreen Chanter (bvoc)/George Harrison
                                       (gtr, bvoc) on 'Far East Man'.
                   Note: The songs with Mick Taylor were recorded before Willie Weeks arrived.
                             The tracks with Keith Richards were recorded on the last three (of the five
                              weeks) of recordings. All in all about 25 songs have been recorded.
                              Paul McCartney had his hands in the production of 'Take A Look At The Guy'.
                              The lyrics for ‘I Can Say She’s Alright’ were probably written by Bobby
                              Womack in 1975. The album was mixed at The Record Plant in Sausalito,
                              California.
                              Also Eric Clapton could have done some sessionwork (with RW and KR)
                              on the 18th May. But it's  possible that it was just a jam-session. 

740400B  late April - early June: RON WOOD. Richmond, England, The Wick. Producers: RW
                   and Gary Kellgren. Sound engineers: Chuch McGee, Mike Bobak, Ron Nevison
                   and Gary Kellgren. Rehearsals. Incl.
                   - Now Look (RW)
                   - Sure The One You Need 1 (MJ/KR) -re-started
                   - Sure The One You Need 2 (MJ/KR)
                   - Sure The One You Need 3 (MJ/KR)
                   - I Can Say She’s Alright (RW) -intro only
                   - I Can Feel The Fire (RW)
                   - If You Gotta Make A Fool Of Somebody (Rudy Clark) -intro only
                   - unidentified blues ( ) -probably not RW & Band
                   - instrumental jam
                   - unidentified Faces-style rocker ( )
                   Note: Origin could also be concert-rehearsals at the Wick in July 1974.

740518A  18th May: London, Charlton Athletic Football Ground.
                    RW & KR backstage at a The Who-concert.
                   Note: Filmed and later televised in ‘The Who At Charlton’-documentary.

740518B  18th May: Richmond, England, The Wick, RW’s home studio.
                    RW jams with KR & Eric Clapton. Unverified. 

740700A  early July: London, Shepperton Studios.
                   Four days of rehearsals, partly with The Memphis Horns.

740706A  6th July: Buxton, England, Moor Farm, festival
                   Note: With special guests The Memphis Horns on brass.

740700B  July: RON WOOD & BAND. London, Shepperton Studios. Rehearsals.

740713A  13th July: RON WOOD & BAND. London, Kilburn Gaumont State Theatre
                    (Intro [instrumental]/Am I Grooving You/Cancel Everything/If You Gotta Make
                     A Fool Of Somebody/Mystifies Me/Take A Look At The Guy/Act Together/
                     Shirley [with parts of Monkey Man]/Forever/Sure The One You Need/I Can’t
                     Stand The Rain/Crotch Music/I Can Feel The Fire/Band introduction)
                     Line-up: see 740714A.

740714A  14th July: RON WOOD & BAND. London, Kilburn Gaumont State Theatre
                    (Intro [instrumental]/Am I Grooving You/Cancel Everything/If You Gotta Make
                     A Fool Of Somebody/Mystifies Me/Take A Look At The Guy/Act Together/
                     Shirley [with Monkey Man]/Forever/Sure The One You Need/I Can’t Stand
                     The Rain/Crotch Music/I Can Feel The Fire/Band introduction)
                     Line-up: RW (gtr, voc)/Keith Richards (gtr, voc, p)/Ian McLagan (p, org, bvoc)/
                                    Willie Weeks (bass)/Andy Newmark (dr)/Rod Stewart (voc, tamb)
                      Notes: KR plays piano on ‘Act Together’, Rod Stewart shares lead vocals on
                                   'If You Gotta Make A Fool Of Somebody', 'Mystifies Me' and 'Take A
                                   Look At The Guy'.
                                   The whole show was professionally filmed and released in 2007 (see
                                   071022A).
The opening instrumental is a variation of 'Crotch Music'. 

740700C  July or August: UK radio ( ), incl.
                    - interview with RW
                    Note: Probably re-broadcast on US IOM FM in August.

740800A  August: TONY ASHTON & JON LORD.
                   LP ‘First Of The Big Bands’ (Purple Records 3507). Producers: Tony Ashton
                   & Jon Lord. Sound engineers: Martin Birch, Geoff Emerick, John Mills Sr., Alan
                   Harris, John Middleton & Bill Price. Recorded in London at Apple Studios and Air
                   Studios. With RW on guitar on probably three tracks:
                   - We’re Gonna Make It (Tony Aston/Jon Lord) -with RW on guitar
                   - Shut Up (Tony Aston/Jon Lord) -probably with RW on guitar
                   - Ballad Of Mr. Giver (Tony Aston/Jon Lord) -with RW on guitar
                   Musicians: RW (gtr)/Tony Ashton (keyb, voc)/Jon Lord (keyb)/Roy Dyke (bass)/
                                      Cozy Powell (dr)/Peter Frampton (gtr)/Sue Glover (voc)/Mick
                                      Grabham (gtr)/Sunny Leslie (voc)/Doris Troy (voc)/Capability Brown
                                      (voc)/B.J. Cole (steel gtr)/Caleb Quaye (gtr)/Terry Cox (dr)

740817A  17th August: Bilzen, Belgium, ‘Jazz Bilzen’
                    (It’s All Over Now/I’m Losing You/I Wish It Would Rain/Twistin’ The Night Away/
                     Angel/Too Bad-Every Picture Tells A Story/I’d Rather Go Blind/Take A Look At
                     The Guy/Sweet Little Rock’n Roller/Stay With Me/Maggie May/Had Me A Real
                     Good Time)

740828A  28th August: US radio (WABX), Detroit, incl.
                    - interview with RW

740906A  6th September: RON WOOD.
                   7“ (Warner Brothers WB K 16463). Producers: RW & Gary Kellgren.
                   Sound engineer: Gary Kellgren (side A)
                   A: I Can Feel The Fire (RW) -edited version
                   B: Breathe On Me (RW) -edited single mix
                   Line-up 'I Can Feel The Fire': see 740913A.
                   Line-up ‘Breathe On Me’: RW (voc, gtr, pedal steel)/KR (bvoc)/Willie Weeks
                                  (bass, gtr)/Andy Newmark (dr)/Ian McLagan (org)

10th September - 24th October: FACES. European tour.
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/
                                   Tetsu Yamauchi (bass)/Kenney Jones (dr)
                    Note: This tour, apart from the known dates, probably also touched on Spain,
                              Belgium, Norway and Italy.

740910A  10th September: Zurich, Switzerland,  
740911A  11th September: Geneve, Switzerland,

740913A  13th September: RON WOOD.
                    LP ‘I’ve Got My Own Album To Do’ (Warner Brothers WB 56 065).
                    Producers: RW and Gary Kellgren. Sound engineers: Chuch McGee, Mike Bobak,
                    Ron Nevison and Gary Kellgren.
                    A: - I Can Feel The Fire (RW)
                        - Far East Man (RW/George Harrison)
                        - Mystifies Me (RW)
                        - Take A Look At The Guy (RW)
                        - Act Together (MJ/KR)
                        - Am I Grooving You (Bert Russell/Jeff Barry)
                   B: - Shirley (RW)
                        - Cancel Everything (RW)
                        - Sure The One You Need (MJ/KR)
                        - If You Gotta Make A Fool Of Somebody (Rudy Clark)
                        - Crotch Music (Willie Weeks)
                   Line-up ‘I Can Feel The Fire’: RW (voc, gtr, perc)/KR (gtr, perc)/MJ (voc, gtr)/
                                 Willie Weeks (bass)/Andy Newmark (dr)/Ian McLagan (org)/Sterling
                                 (steel dr)/Ross Henderson (steel dr)
                   Line-up ‘Far East Man’: RW (voc, gtr)/MT (bass)/Andy Newmark (dr)/George
                                 Harrison (gtr, bvoc; uncredited)/Ian McLagan (p)/Jean Roussell (org)
                   Line-up ‘Mystifies Me’: RW (voc, gtr)/Ian McLagan (org)/Pete Sears (bass, celeste)/
                                 Micky Waller (dr)/Martin Quittenton (gtr)/Rod Stewart (bvoc)
                   Line-up ‘Take A Look At The Guy’: RW (voc, gtr)/KR (gtr)/MT (gtr)/Willie
                                 Weeks (bass)/Andy Newmark (dr)/Ian McLagan (p)/Rod Stewart (bvoc)
                   Line-up ‘Act Together’: RW (voc, gtr)/KR (gtr, p, bvoc)/Willie Weeks (bass)/
                                 Andy Newmark (dr)/Ian McLagan (org)/Ruby Turner, Ireen & Doreen
                                 Chanter (bvoc)
                   Line-up ‘Am I Grooving You’: RW (voc, gtr, harm)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/MJ (bvoc)/
                                 Willie Weeks (bass)/Andy Newmark (dr)/Ian McLagan (synth)
                   Line-up ‘Shirley’: RW (voc, gtr)/MT (gtr, bass, org)/Andy Newmark (dr)/Ian
                                 McLagan (synth)
                   Line-up ‘Cancel Everything’: RW (voc, gtr)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/Jean Roussell (p)/
                                 Willie Weeks (bass)/Andy Newmark (dr)/ Ruby Turner, Ireen &
                                 Doreen Chanter (bvoc)
                   Line-up ‘Sure The One You Need’: RW (gtr, bvoc)/KR (gtr, voc)/Willie Weeks
                                 (bass)/Andy Newmark (dr)/Ian McLagan (p)
                   Line-up ‘If You Gotta Make...’: RW (voc, gtr)/KR (gtr, voc)/MT (synth)/Rod
                                 Stewart (voc)/Willie Weeks (bass)/Andy Newmark (dr)/Ian McLagan (org)
                   Line-up ‘Crotch Music’: RW (gtr)/KR (gtr)/Ian McLagan (synth)/Willie Weeks
                                 (bass, gtr)/Andy Newmark (dr)
                   Note: This album was re-released in 1985 under title ‘Cancel Everything’.

740900A  Autumn: VARIOUS ARTISTS.
                   Promotional LP ‘November In-store Sampler Program’ (Warner Brothers PRO              
                   593 -US). Incl.
                   - I Can Feel The Fire (RW) -by Ron Wood; edited version
                   - Take A Look At The Guy (RW) -by Ron Wood; edited version
                   Line-ups: see 740913A.
                   Note: The edit of Take A Look At the Guy is longer than the album version!

740913B  13th September: Paris, France, Palais Des Sports, 'Festival Of Cambrai', incl.
                   (I’m Losing You/Memphis, Tennessee/Too Bad-Every Picture Tells A Story/I'd
                    Rather Go Blind/Angel/True Blue/Stay With Me/You Wear It Well-Maggie May)
                   Note: Broadcast on French radio on the 10th October.

740921A  21st September: Winterthur, Switzerland, Eulachhalle -cancelled

740922A  22nd September: Ludwigshafen, West-Germany, Radstadion Friesenheim
740924A  24th September: Ulm, West-Germany, Donauhalle
740925A  25th September: Saarbrucken, West-Germany, ATSV-Sporthalle

740927A  27th September: ROD STEWART.
                   7“ single (Mercury 6167 033). Producer: Rod Stewart. Sound engineer: Mike Bobak.
                   A: Farewell (Rod Stewart/Martin Quittenton) -Martin Quittenton on guitar,
                          Ray Jackson on mandolin
                   B: Bring It On Home To Me/You Send Me (both: Sam Cooke) -Ian McLagan
                          on piano and organ
                   Line-up: RW (gtr)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Spike Heatley (bass)/Micky Waller (dr)/
                                 Dick Powell and Rick Gretch (violin)

740928A  28th September: Hamburg, West-Germany, Musikhalle
740929A  29th September: Hannover, West-Germany, Niedersachsenhalle

741001A  1st October: Waghäusel-Kirrlach, West-Germany, Rheintalhalle
                   (It's All Over Now/I'm Losing You/Memphis, Tennessee/Too Bad-Every Picture
                    Tells A Story/I'd Rather Go Blind/Angel/True Blue/Stay With Me/You Wear It
                    Well-Maggie May/Borstal Boys-Gasoline Alley/Twistin' The Night Away/
                   Sweet Little Rock 'n'  Roller/Jealous Guy/One Last Sweet Cheerio [a capella])
                   Note: Venue changed at short notice from Karlsruhe to Kirrlach.

741002A  2nd October: Offenbach, West-Germany, Stadthalle

741004A  4th October: ROD STEWART.
                   LP ‘Smiler’ (Mercury 9104 001). Producer: Rod Stewart. Sound engineer:
                   Mike Bobak. Recorded mainly in London, at Morgan Sound and probably
                   other studios there (August 1973 onwards), but also at RW's home studio in
                   Richmond at The Wick ('Let Me Be Your Car') and in unidentified studios in
                   Sydney, Australia ('A Natural Man', February 1974) and supposedly also in
                   Frankfurt, Germany and Brussels, Belgium in Spring 1974 (see 740300B). Incl.
                   A: - Sweet Little Rock’n Roller (Chuck Berry) -barking by Zak (Micky Waller’s
                            dog)
                        - Farewell (Rod Stewart/Martin Quittenton) -Ray Jackson on mandolin,
                             Dick Powell and Rick Grech on violins
                        - Sailor (RW/Rod Stewart) -The Memphis Horns on brass
                        - Bring It On Home To Me/You Send Me (both: Sam Cooke) -Rick Grech
                             and Dick Powell on violins
                        - Let Me Be Your Car (Elton John/Bernie Taupin) -Elton John on vocals
                             and piano, Willie Weeks on bass, Andy Newmark on drums, The Memphis
                             Horns on brass
                   B: - A Natural Man (Gerry Goffin/Carole King/Jerry Wexler) -The Memphis
                            Horns on brass, Ray Jackson on mandolin, Rick Grech and Dick Powell
                            on violin
                        - Dixie Toot (RW/Rod Stewart) -feat. Chris Barber’s Jazz Band on brass and
                             Ray Cooper on percussion
                        - Hard Road (Harry Vanda/George Young) -Ray Cooper on congas
                        - Girl From The North Country (Bob Dylan) -Dick Powell and Rick Grech
                             on violin
                        - Mine For Me (Paul McCartney) -The Tropic Isle Steel Band on steel drums,
                             Ray Cooper on percussion, Linda and Paul McCartney on backing vocals
                             (unconfirmed)
                   
Musicians: RW (gtr, bass, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ian McLagan (p, org)/
                                        Pete Sears (p, harpsichord)/Spike Heatley (bass)/Micky Waller (dr)/
                                        Irene and Doreen Chanter & Ruby Turner (bvoc)/Martin Quittenton
                                        (gtr)/Kenney Jones (dr)

741004B  4th October: Munich, West-Germany, Kongress-Saal im Deutschen Museum

741005A  5th October: FACES. Munich, West-Germany, Musicland Studios.
                   Producers: Faces. Sound engineer: Reinhold Mack. Incl.
                   - You Can Make Me Dance, Sing Or Anything I (RW/Rod Stewart/Tetsu
                        Yamauchi/Ian McLagan/Kenney Jones) -early take
                    - You Can Make Me Dance, Sing Or Anything II (RW/Rod  Stewart/Tetsu
                         Yamauchi/Ian McLagan/Kenney Jones) -complete single-version
                    - You Can Make Me Dance, Sing Or Anything III (RW/Rod  Stewart/Tetsu
                         Yamauchi/Ian McLagan/Kenney Jones) -single-edit
                    - As Long As You Tell Him I (RW/Rod Stewart) -early take
                    - As Long As You Tell Him II (RW/Rod Stewart) -single-version
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/
                                  Tetsu Yamauchi (bass)/Kenney Jones (dr)
                    Note: Sessions finished in London at The Wick and Olympic Studios in late
                              October and/or early November.

741006A  6th October: Nuremberg, West-Germany, Messehalle
741012A  12th October: Rotterdam, Holland, De Doelen Concert Hal
741013A  13th October: Groningen, Holland, Martinihal

741018A  18th October: Copenhagen, Denmark, Tivoli's Koncertsal, incl.
                    (I’m Losing You/Memphis/Too Bad-Every Picture Tells A Story/I’d Rather
                     Go Blind/Angel/Stay With Me/Take A Look At The Guy/You Wear It Well-
                     Maggie May/Sweet Little Rock’n Roller/Borstal Boys)

741019A  19th October: Aarhus, Denmark, Vejlby-Risskov-Hallen
741023A  23rd October: Stockholm, Sweden, Konserthuset

741024A  24th October: Lund, Sweden, Olympen
                    (It’s All Over Now/I’m Losing You/Too Bad-Every Picture Tells A Story/
                      I’d Rather Go Blind/Angel/Stay With Me/Bring It All Home To Me-You
                      Send Me/Take A Look At The Guy/Sweet Little Rock’n Roller/I Can Feel
                      The Fire/You Wear It Well-Maggie May/Twistin’ The Night Away)

15th November - 23rd December: FACES. British Tour.
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/
                                   Tetsu Yamauchi (bass)/Kenney Jones (dr)

741115A  15th November: London, Lewisham Odeon
                   (It’s All Over Now/Take A Look At The Guy/I’m Losing You/
                    Bring It On Home To Me-You Send Me/Sweet Little Rock’n Roller/
                    I’d Rather Go Blind/Angel/Stay With Me/You Can Make Me Dance,
                    Sing Or Anything/Too Bad-Every Picture Tells A Story-Gasoline Alley-
                    Too Bad/Mine For Me/I Can Feel The Fire/Twistin’ The Night Away)

741117A  17th November: London, Lewisham Odeon

741118A  18th November: London, Lewisham Odeon
                   Note: With special guests Paul and Linda McCartney (voc) on ‘Mine For Me’.
                             At least parts of this show were professionally filmed (see 750700A).
                             Mine For Me was supposedly aired on US TV (NBC) 'Midnight Special'
                             on April 25, 1975.

741122A  22nd November: FACES.
                    7“ single (Warner Brothers WB K 16494). Producers: Faces.
                    A: You Can Make Me Dance, Sing Or Anything (RW/Rod Stewart/
                            Ian McLagan/Tetsu Yamauchi/Kenney Jones)
                    B: As Long As You Tell Him (RW/Rod Stewart)
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/
                                  Tetsu Yamauchi (bass)/Kenney Jones (dr)

741123A  23rd November: Manchester, England, Belle Vue
                    (It’s All Over Now/Take A Look At The Guy/I’m Losing You/
                     Bring It On Home To Me-You Send Me/Sweet Little Rock’n Roller/
                     I’d Rather Go Blind/Angel/Stay With Me/You Can Make Me Dance,
                     Sing Or Anything/Mine For Me/I Can Feel The Fire)

741124A  24th November: Manchester, England, Belle Vue
741126A  26th November: Newcastle, England, Odeon

741127A  27th November: Newcastle, England, Odeon
                   (It’s All Over Now/Take A Look At The Guy/I’m Losing You/Bring It On Home To
                    Me-You Send Me/Sweet Little Rock’n Roller/I’d Rather Go Blind/Angel/Stay With
                    Me-Gasoline Alley-Amazing Grace-Stay With Me/Mine For Me/I Can Feel The
                    Fire/You Can Make Me Dance, Sing Or Anything/Twistin’ The Night Away/
                    You Wear It Well-Maggie May)

741129A  29th November: Birmingham, England, Odeon

741130A  30th November: Birmingham, England, Odeon
                   (It’s All Over Now/Take A Look At The Guy/I’m Losing You/Bring It On Home To
                    Me-You Send Me/Sweet Little Rock’n Roller/I’d Rather Go Blind/Angel/Stay With
                    Me-Gasoline Alley-Amazing Grace-Stay With Me/You Can Make Me Dance, Sing
                    Or Anything/Mine For Me/I Can Feel The Fire/Twistin’ The Night Away/
                    You Wear It Well-Maggie May)

741201A  1st December: Stoke-On-Trent, England, Trentham Gardens

741203A  3rd December: Taunton, England, Odeon
                   (It’s All Over Now/Take A Look At The Guy/I’m Losing You/
                    Bring It On Home To Me-You Send Me/Sweet Little Rock’n Roller/
                    I’d Rather Go Blind/Angel/Stay With Me-Gasoline Alley-Stay With Me/
                    Band introduction/You Can Make Me Dance, Sing Or Anything/Mine For Me/
                    I Can Feel the Fire/Twistin’ The Night Away/You Wear It Well-Maggie May/
                    We'll Meet Again [a capella])
                   Note: Soundboard recording was made.

741204A  4th December: Taunton, England, Odeon
                   (It’s All Over Now/Take A Look At The Guy/I’m Losing You/Bring It On Home To
                    Me-You Send Me/Sweet Little Rock’n Roller/I’d Rather Go Blind/Angel/Stay With
                    Me-Gasoline Alley-Amazing Grace-Stay With Me/ Too Bad-Every Picture Tells A
                    Story/Mine For Me/You Can Make Me Dance, Sing Or Anything/
                    I Can Feel The Fire/Twistin’ The Night Away)

741205A  5th December: ERIC CLAPTON. London, Hammersmith Odeon, incl.
                    - Steady Rollin’ Man (Robert Johnson)
                    - Little Queenie (Chuck Berry)
                    Line-up: RW (gtr)/Eric Clapton (gtr, voc)/George Terry (gtr)/Carl Radle (bass)/
                                   Dick Sims (keyb)/Jamie Oldaker (dr)/Yvonne Elliman and Marcy
                                   ‘Marcella Detroit’ Levy (bvoc)
                    Note: Soundboard recording was made by Tom Dowd with Ronnie Lane’s mobile
                              studio.

741206A  6th December: GEORGE HARRISON.
                   7“ single (Apple 6002). Producer: George Harrison. Sound engineers: Phil
                   McDonald and Kumar Shankar (side A). Recorded from September - October
                   in Henley, England, at Friar Park Studios.
                   A: Ding Dong, Ding Dong (George Harrison)
                   [B: I Don’t Care Anymore (George Harrison)]
                   Line-up ‘Ding Dong’: RW (gtr)/George Harrison (gtr, voc, perc, org, clavinet)/
                                 Ringo Starr (dr)/Jim Keltner (dr)/Mick Jones (gtr)/Alvin Lee (gtr)/Tom
                                 Scott (horns)/Klaus Voormann (bass)/Gary Wright (p)
                   Note: Also released on the subsequent album ‘Dark Horse’ (Apple PAS 10008)
                              on the 20th December.

741206B  6th December: Bournemouth, England, Winter Gardens

741207A  7th December: Oxford, England, New Theatre, incl.
                   (It’s All Over Now/I’m Losing You/Angel/True Blue/Maggie May)

741208A  8th December: Oxford, England, New Theatre
741210A  10th December: Blackpool, England, Opera House
741211A  11th  December: Blackpool, England, Opera House

741212A  12th December: FACES. UK TV (BBC) ‘Top Of The Pops’. Incl.
                    - You Can Make Me Dance, Sing Or Anything (RW/Rod Stewart/
                         Ian McLagan/Tetsu Yamauchi/Kenney Jones)
                    Note: Filmed live in London, Lewisham Odeon, on November 15.
 
741213A  13th  December: Edinburgh, Scotland, Odeon
741214A  14th  December: Glasgow, Scotland, Apollo
741216A  16th  December: Glasgow, Scotland, Apollo
741217A  17th  December: Glasgow, Scotl
and, Apollo
741218A  18th  December: Glasgow, Scotland, Apollo

741220A  20th December: GEORGE HARRISON.
                   LP 'Dark Horse' (Apple PAS 10008). Producer: George Harrison. Sound
                   engineers: Phil McDonald and Kumar Shankar. Recorded in October in Henley-
                   on-Thames, England, at Friar Park Studios. With RW on guitar on:
                   - Ding Dong, Ding Dong (George Harrison)
                   Line-up: see 741206A.
                   Note: The album also contains George Harrison's version of 'Far East Man',
                             albeit RW is not credited among the musicians.
 
741221A  21st December: London, Kilburn State Gaumont Theatre
                   Note: With additional string-section on all three Kilburn-shows.
                             Probably with special guest Elton John (voc) on one or more songs.

741222A  22nd December: London, Kilburn State Gaumont Theatre
                   Note: With special guest Gary Glitter (voc) on one or more songs.

741223A  23rd December: GEORGE HARRISON.
                   promotional 7“ single (Apple P 1879, -US). Producer: George Harrison.
                   Sound engineers: Phil McDonald and Kumar Shankar Recorded from
                   September - October in Henley, England, at Friar Park Studios.
                   A: Ding Dong, Ding Dong (George Harrison) -edit (stereo)
                   B: Ding Dong, Ding Dong (George Harrison) -edit (mono)
                   Line-up: see above (741206A).

741223B  23rd December: London, Kilburn State Gaumont Theatre
                   (It’s All Over Now/Take A Look At The Guy/Bring It On Home To Me-You Send
                    Me/Sweet Little Rock’n Roller/I’d Rather Go Blind/Angel/I Can Feel The Fire/You
                    Can Make Me Dance, Sing Or Anything/Twistin’ The Night Away [with Dust My
                    Broom-intro]/You Wear It Well-Maggie May/We’ll Meet Again [a capella])
                    Note: The whole show was filmed by UK TV (LWT). Telecast on the 28.11.75.
                               With special guest star Keith Richards (gtr) on three songs: 'Sweet
                               Little Rock’n Roller', 'I’d Rather Go Blind' & 'Twistin’ The Night Away'.
                               Also with an additional string-section on Bring It On Home To Me-
                               You Send Me and You Can Make Me Dance, Sing Or Anything.

740000A  1974: BILLY NICHOLLS.
                   LP ‘Love Songs’ (GM Records GML 1011). Producer: Billy Nicholls.
                   Sound engineer: Ron Nevison. Recorded in Richmond, England, in June or July
                   1972 at The Wick Cottage (Ronnie Lane’s house) with Ronnie Lane’s Mobile
                   Studio. Incl.
                   - Kew (Billy Nicholls)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr)/Billy Nicholls (voc, gtr)/Ian McLagan (el p)/Tony Stevens
                                  (bass)/Ron Berg (dr) 

740000B  1974: FACES. UK movie ‘Heart Of The Sun’. Director: Peter Clifton. Incl.
                    - Stay With Me (RW/Rod Stewart)
                    - Maggie May (Rod Stewart/Martin Quittenton)
                    - Roll Over Beethoven-Lawdy Miss Clawdy-I Feel So Good (Chuck Berry-
                         Lloyd Price-Big Bill Broonzy)
                    Note: Filmed live in London, Chalk Farm Roundhouse on the 6th May 1972.

740000C  1974: VARIOUS ARTISTS.
                    LP '20 Super Pop Hits' (WEA 48 002 U, -Germany). Compilation-album incl.
                    - Stay With Me (RW/Rod Stewart) -by Faces; edit version
                    Note: The song butchered down to 3.10 min.