Woodwork 1975

Note: All entries (if not noted otherwise) are from Faces.
          For his work with The Rolling Stones, see Rolling Stones-pages.

750000A  1975: ROD STEWART.
                    LP ‘Rod Stewart & The Faces’ (Springboard Records SPB 4030). Incl. two    
                    previously unreleased tracks from 1967:
                    - Come Home Baby (Barry Mann/Cynthia Weil) -produced by Mick Jagger
                    - Little Miss Understood (Mike D’Abo) -alternate version; produced by Mike
                         D'Abo
                    Line-up 'Come Home Baby': KR (gtr)/RW (bass)/Rod Stewart (voc)/P.P. Arnold
                                  (voc)/Keith Emerson (keyb)/Nicky Hopkins (p)/Micky Waller (dr)/Georgie
                                  Fame Brass Section (horns)
                    Line-up 'Little Miss Understood': RW (bass)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Mike D’Abo
                                  (p)/Micky Waller (dr)
                     Note: Remixes of both songs were released in 1993 in Holland on the CD
                               ‘Just A Little Miss Understood’ (see 930000A).

750103A  3rd January: FACES. German TV (BR3) 'Szene '75', incl.
                    - We’ll Meet Again (Ross Parker/Hugh Charles) -backstage, Munich 4.10.1974
                    - Too Bad (RW/Rod Stewart) -live in Munich 4.10.1974

750106A  6th January: Richmond, England, The Wick, RW's home studio.
                   RW, KR and Jimmy Page jam or record together.

750100A  January or April (date unsure): ALI MACKENZIE. Richmond, England, The
                    Wick. Studio-session for the former Birds lead-singer. Incl.
                    - Travellin' In Style (Bundrick/Kossoff/Rodgers/Kirke/Yamauchi) -unverified
                    + one more
                    Musicians: RW (gtr)/MJ (gtr)/Ali MacKenzie (voc)/Tetsu Yamauchi (bass)/
                                       Terry Mordue (dr)

750122A  22nd January: FACES.
                    7“ single (Warner Brothers WBS 8066, -US). Producers: Faces.
                    A: You Can Make Me Dance, Sing Or Anything (RW/Rod Stewart/
                            Ian McLagan/Tetsu Yamauchi/Kenney Jones) -single edit
                    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)

750127A  27th January: FACES. London, AIR Studios. Producers: Faces.
                   - Gettin' Hungry (Brian Wilson/Mike Love)
                   - Hi-Heel Sneakers/Everybody Needs Somebody To Love (Robert Higginbotham)
                       (Bert Russell/Solomon Burke/Jerry Wexler)
                   - Open To Ideas (RW/Rod Stewart/Ian McLagan)
                   - Rock Me (Ian McLagan)
                   - Sailing Down The River ( ) -unverified
                   Note: 'Open To Ideas' was first released on a Faces-compilation in 1999 (see
                             990817A). All listed tracks (except Sailing Doen The River) were released
                             in May 2004 on the Faces-boxset (see 040628A).

11th February - 13th March: FACES. 11th US tour.
                     Line-up: RW (gtr, voc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/
                                    Tetsu Yamauchi (bass)/Kenney Jones (dr)
                     Note: Also with a 10-piece string-section in selected cities.

750211A  11th February: Rochester, New York, War Memorial  Auditorium
                   (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/
                     Stay With Me-Gasoline Alley-Stay With Me/Mine For Me/Too Bad-
                     Every Picture Tells A Story/ I’m Losing You/Twistin’ The Night Away)

750212A  12th February: Kalamazoo, Michigan, Wings Stadium

750213A  13th February: LED ZEPPELIN. Uniondale, New York, Nassau Coliseum
                     - Communication Breakdown (Robert Plant/Jimmy Page/John Paul Jones)
                     Line-up: Ron Wood (gtr)/Robert Plant (voc)/Jimmy Page (gtr)/
                                    John Paul Jones (bass)/John Bonham (dr)

750214A  14th February: Detroit, Michigan, Cobo Hall
                    (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/
                     Mine For Me/I Can Feel The Fire/Too Bad-Every Picture Tells A Story/
                     Twistin’ The Night Away/You Wear It Well-Maggie May)
                    Note: Soundboard recording was made.

750215A  15th February: Largo, Maryland, Capital Centre
750216A  16th February: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Civic Center
750218A  18th February: Chicago, Illinois, International Amphitheater
750220A  20th February: Indianapolis, Indiana, Convention Center
750221A  21st February: Charleston, Virginia, Civic Center
750222A  22nd February: Cincinnati, Ohio, Gardens
750224A  24th February: New York City, Madison Square Garden

750225A  25th February: Providence, Rhode Island, Civic Center
                   (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/Too Bad-Every Picture Tells A Story/Angel/
                    Stay With Me-Gasoline Alley-Stay With Me/I Can Feel The Fire/
                    You Wear It Well-Maggie May/Twistin’ The Night Away [+ reprise])
 
750226A  26th February: New Haven, Connecticut, Veterans Memorial Coliseum

750302A  2nd March: San Francisco, California, Cow Palace

750303A  3rd March: Los Angeles, California, Forum

750300B  early March: FACES. Los Angeles, California, The Record Plant. Producers:
                   Faces. Studio recordings (which were not very fruitful as they mostly turned
                   into all night jams with lots of guests).
                   Line-up: RW (gtr)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ian McLagan (keyb)/Tetsu Yamauchi
                                  (bass)/Kenney Jones (dr)/Bobby Womack (gtr and/or voc)/& others 

750305A  5th March: Los Angeles, California, Forum
                    (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/Too Bad-Every Picture Tells A Story/Angel/
                     Stay With Me-Gasoline Alley-Stay With Me/I Can Feel The Fire/
                     You Wear It Well-Maggie May/Twistin’ The Night Away I/Twistin’
                     The Night Away II/We’ll Meet Again [a capella])

750306A  6th March: Anaheim, California, Convention Center

750307A  7th March: San Bernadino, California, Swing Auditorium
                   (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/Too Bad-Every Picture Tells A Story/Angel/Stay
                    With Me-Motherless Children-Memo From Turner-Gasoline Alley-True
                    Blue-Stay With Me/I Can Feel The Fire/You Wear It Well-Maggie May/
                    Twistin’ The Night Away)
                   Note: The show was recorded by US KBFH radio and aired in parts on May 11.
                             Sweet Little Rock'n Roller was officially released in 1991, see 910000A.

750309A  9th March: Phoenix, Arizona, Veterans Memorial Coliseum

750311A  11th March: Los Angeles, California, The Record Plant Studios
                    The Faces, MJ and Billy Preston jam together.

750311B  11th March: IKE & TINA TURNER. Inglewood, California, Bolic Sound (Ike
                    Turner’s homestudio). Ike Turner records one of his tracks (mis)using the Faces
                    (minus Rod Stewart), who paid him a visit, as sessioneers.

750312A  12th March: Seattle, Washington, Edmundson Pavilion
                    (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/Too Bad-Every Picture Tells A Story/Angel/Stay
                     With Me-Motherless Children-Memo From Turner-Gasoline Alley-
                     True Blue-Stay With Me/I Can Feel The Fire/You Wear It Well-Maggie
                     May/Twistin’ The Night Away)
 
750313A  13th March: Vancouver, Canada, PNE Coliseum

750319A  19th March: THE WHO.
                   LP ‘Tommy/Original Soundtrack’ (Polydor PD 29502). Producers: Pete
                   Townshend & Ken Russell. Sound engineer: Ron Nevison. Recorded in
                   January - March 1974 in London, Ramport Studios and at Pete Townshend’s
                   homestudio.
                   - There’s A Doctor (Pete Townshend)
                   - Acid Queen (Pete Townshend)
                   Line-up ‘There’s A Doctor’: RW (gtr)/Alan Ross (gtr)/Ann-Margret and Oliver Reed
                                 (voc)/Chris Stainton (p)/Kenney Jones (dr)
                   Line-up ‘Acid Queen’: RW (gtr)/Tina Turner (voc)/Pete Townshend (gtr)/
                                  Nicky Hopkins (p)/John Entwistle (bass)/Kenney Jones (dr)

750400A  early April: RON WOOD. Richmond, England, The Wick (RW’s homestudio).
                    Producers: RW, Ian McLagan and Bobby Womack. Sound engineer:
                    Keith Harwood. First sessions for the upcoming 'Now Look'-album.
                    Note: For more info and musicians, see 750414A. 

750414A  14th - 21st April: RON WOOD. Baambrugge, (near Amsterdam), Holland,
                    B.B.C. Studios. Producers: RW, Ian McLagan and Bobby Womack. Sound          
                    engineer: Keith Harwood. Incl.
                    - Big Bayou (Gib Gilbeau)
                    - I Can Say She’s Alright II (RW/Bobby Womack)
                    - If You Don’t Want My Love I (Bobby Womack/Gordon T. Witt) -edit
                    - If You Don’t Want My Love II (Bobby Womack/Gordon T. Witt) -Now
                         Look-version
                    - I Got A Feeling (Bobby Womack/Ian McLagan/Jean Roussell) -The Womack
                         Sisters on backing vocals
                    - I Got Lost When I Found You (RW/Bobby Womack)
                    - Sweet Baby Mine (Jim Ford/Bobby Womack)
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, voc)/Bobby Womack (gtr, voc)/Ian McLagan (org, p)/Willie
                                   Weeks (bass)/Andy Newmark (dr)/Jean Roussell (el p, synth, clavinet)
                    Note: Recordings mixed in Electric Ladyland Studios and The Record Plant
                              Studios, New York City during late April.
                              'I Can Say She’s Alright' with KR on guitar was begun at The Wick in
                              Spring 1974.

750425A  25th April: FACES. US TV (NBC) 'Midnight Special', incl.
                   - Mine For Me (Paul McCartney) -live in Lewisham 18.11.74 (unsure)

750511A  11th May: US radio (D.I.R.) 'King Biscuit Flower Hour'.
                   Airing of live-tracks from San Bernardino 7.3.1975 in quadrophonic sound.
                   - I’m Losing You (Norman Whitfield/Eddie Holland/Cornelius Grant)
                   - Bring It On Home To Me-You Send Me (both: Sam Cooke)
                   - Sweet Little Rock’n Roller (Chuck Berry)
                   - Too Bad-Every Picture Tells A Story (both: RW/Rod Stewart)
                   - Stay With Me-Motherless Children-Memo From Turner-Gasoline Alley-True
                        Blue-Stay With Me (all: RW/Rod Stewart; except MC: Trad. & MFT: MJ/KR)
                   - You Wear It Well-Maggie May (both: Rod Stewart/Martin Quittenton)
                   - Twistin’ The Night Away (Sam Cooke)
                   Note: Later broadcasts of this concert (see 750307A) also featured all other tracks
                             from this concert (with the exception of It's All Over Now).

750700A  July: Unreleased Rod Stewart-documentary 'Smiler'. Director: Mike McDonald.
                   Produced by the Gaff Management. Unaired on TV until today. Incl.
                   - It’s All Over Now (Bobby and Shirley Womack) -backstage jam, Lewisham
                        18.11.74, part only
                   - Sweet Little Rock’n Roller (Chuck Berry) -live in Lewisham 18.11.74, part only
                   - Angel (Jimi Hendrix) -live in Lewisham 18.11.74

750703A  3rd July: RON WOOD.
                   LP ‘Now Look’ (Warner Brothers WB K 56145). Producers: RW, Bobby
                   Womack and lan McLagan. Sound engineer: Keith Harwood.
                    A: - I Got Lost When I Found You (RW/Bobby Womack)
                         - Big Bayou (Gib Gilbaeu)
                         - Breathe On Me (RW) -album version
                         - If You Don’t Want My Love (Bobby Womack/Gordon T. Witty)
                         - I Can Say She’s Alright (RW/Bobby Womack)
                    B: - Caribbean Boogie (RW)
                         - Now Look (RW)
                         - Sweet Baby Mine (Jim Ford/Bobby Womack)
                         - I Can’t Stand The Rain (Donald Bryant/Ann Peebles/Bernard Miller)
                         - It’s Unholy (RW)
                         - I Got A Feeling (Bobby Womack/Ian McLagan/Jean Roussell)
                    Line-up ‘I Got Lost When I Found You’: RW (voc, gtr)/Bobby Womack (gtr)/
                                  Ian McLagan (p)/Willie Weeks (bass)/Andy Newmark (dr)/Jean
                                  Roussell (el p)
                    Line-up ‘Big Bayou’: RW (voc, gtr)/Bobby Womack (gtr, voc)/Ian McLagan (p)/
                                  Willie Weeks (bass)/Andy Newmark (dr)/Jean Roussell (synth)
                    Line-up ‘Breathe On Me’: RW (voc, gtr, pedal steel)/KR (bvoc)/Willie Weeks
                                  (bass, gtr)/Andy Newmark (dr)/Ian McLagan (org)
                    Line-up ‘If You Don't Want My Love’: RW (voc, gtr)/Bobby Womack (gtr, voc)/
                                  Ian McLagan (p, org)/Willie Weeks (bass)/Andy Newmark (dr)/Jean
                                  Roussell (clavinet)
                    Line-up ‘I Can Say She’s Alright’: RW (voc, gtr)/KR (gtr)/Bobby Womack
                                  (voc)/Willie Weeks (bass)/Andy Newmark (dr)/Ian McLagan (org)
                    Line-up ‘Caribbean Boogie’: RW (voc, gtr)/Ian McLagan (p)/Willie Weeks
                                  (bass)/Andy Newmark (dr)/Kenney Jones (dr)
                    Line-up ‘Now Look’: RW (voc, gtr)/Ian McLagan (p)/Willie Weeks (bass)/
                                  Andy Newmark (dr)/Kenney Jones (dr)
                    Line-up ‘Sweet Baby Mine’: RW (voc, gtr)/Bobby Womack (gtr, bvoc)/Ian
                                  McLagan (p, org)/Willie Weeks (bass, bvoc)/Andy Newmark (dr)/Jean
                                  Roussell (el p)
                    Line-up ‘I Can’t Stand The Rain’: RW (voc, gtr)/KR (gtr)/Willie Weeks (bass)/
                                  Andy Newmark (dr)/Ian McLagan (org, p)
                    Line-up ‘It's Unholy’: RW (voc, gtr)/MT (gtr)/Ian McLagan (org)/Willie Weeks
                                  (bass)/Andy Newmark (dr)/Jean Roussell (el p)
                    Line-up ‘I Got A Feeling’: RW (voc, gtr)/Bobby Womack (gtr)/Ian McLagan
                                  (el p, org)/Willie Weeks (bass)/Andy Newmark (dr)/The Womack
                                  Sisters (bvoc) 

750800A  mid-August: Miami, Florida, Criteria Recording Studios. Tour-rehearsals.

19th August - 1st November: FACES. 11th and last US tour.
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/
                                   Tetsu Yamauchi (bass)/Kenney Jones (dr)/Jesse Ed Davis (gtr)
                    Additional musicians: A 12-piece string section specially hired in each city of the
                                    tour (for the two songs ‘Angel’ and ‘Bring It On Home To Me-You
                                    Send Me’) under conduction of Jimmy Horowitz.

750819A  19th August: Ashville, North Carolina, Civic Center
750820A  20th August: Norfolk, Virginia, The Scope
750822A  22nd August: Jersey City, New Jersey, Roosevelt Stadium

750823A  23rd August: Cleveland, Ohio, Stadium
                   (Memphis, Tennessee/It’s All Over Now/Three Time Loser/Miss Judy’s Farm/
                     I’d Rather Go Blind/Sweet Little Rock’n Roller/I’m Losing You/Take A Look
                     At The Guy/Bring It On Home To Me-You Send Me/Angel/You Wear It
                     Well-Maggie May/Big Bayou/Stay With Me/Twistin’ The Night Away)

750824A  24th August: Evansville, Indiana, Meskar Music Park
750826A  26th August: St. Louis, Missouri, Kiel Auditorium
750827A  27th August: Memphis, Tennessee, Mid-South Coliseum
750828A  28th August: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Myriad Convention Center

750830A  30th August: Anaheim, California, Stadium, 'Sunshine Festival'
                   Note: With special guests The Tower Of Power on horns. No strings!

750831A  31st August: San Diego, California, Balboa Stadium

750800B  late August or September: US radio (syndicated) 'Innerview'. Host: Jim Ladd.
                   - interview with RW and Rod Stewart by Jim Ladd (in Los Angeles)
                   Note: The interview is also available on a rare promo-LP.
 
750901A  1st September: Fresno, California, Madera Speedway

750900A  early September: KEITH MOON. Los Angeles, California, Clover Studios.
                   Producer: Steve Cropper. Sound engineer: Barry Rudolph. Sessions for a never
                   completed second Keith Moon solo album with sessionwork of RW. Incl.
                   - Do Me Good (Steve Cropper) -maybe with RW
                   - Naked Man (Randall Newman) -maybe with RW
                   - Real Emotion (Steve Cropper) -maybe with RW
                   Musicians: RW (gtr)/Keith Moon (voc, dr)/Steve Cropper (gtr)/Donald 'Duck'
                                       Dunn (bass)/Klaus Voorman (bass)/Ringo Starr (dr)/David Bowie (sax,
                                       bvoc)/Joe Sample (p)/Booker T. Jones (org)/Lee Ritenour (gtr; unsure)
                    Note: These tracks were released in 1997 as bonus tracks on the CD-release of
                              Keith Moon’s first solo album Two Sides Of The Moon on Mausoleum
                              Classix (see 970701A).
                              The sessions started on August 26 and lasted for nearly three weeks. RW
                              came in late and did only guitar overdubs on finished basic tracks.

750906A  6th September: San Jose, California, Spartan Stadium
                    Note: With special guests Tower Of Power on horns.

750907A  7th September: Sacramento, California, Hughes Stadium, 'Sunshine Festival'
                    Note: With special guests Tower Of Power on horns.

750908A  8th September: Los Angeles, California, Peter Seller's home. Unverified jam-session.
                   Line-up: RW (gtr)/Bill Wyman (bass)/Joe Cocker (voc)/Jesse Ed Davis (gtr)/Danny
                                  Kortchmar (gtr)/Bobby Keys (tsax)/David Bowie (asax)/Nigel Olsson
                                  (dr)/Keith Moon (voc, org)/Steve Madaio (tp)

750909A  9th September: TED WOOD.
                   7“ single (Pye Records Penny Farthing PEN 891). Producer: Ron Wood. Recorded
                   probably at RW’s home studio in Richmond, England, at The Wick.
                   A: Am I Blue (Harry Akst/Grant Clarke)
                   B: Shine (Trad.; composer unknown) -Rod Stewart, Gary Glitter and Bobby Womack
                          on backing vocals
                   Line-up: RW (gtr; maybe bass)/Ted Wood (voc)/Ian McLagan (p)/Micky Waller (dr)/
                                  Ronnie Lane (bass)

750909B  9th September: Honolulu, Hawaii, Honolulu International Center
750910A  10th September: Honolulu, Hawaii, Honolulu International Center

750911B  11th September: Los Angeles. RW, Bill Wyman, Al Kooper, Van Morrison and
                    some others jam together

750912A  12th September: Denver, Colorado, McNichols Sports Arena
750913A  13th September: Albuquerque, New Mexico, University, Johnson's Gym

750913B  13th September: Albuquerque, New Mexico, Hilton Inn Hotel. Unverified jam.
                    - Baby Let Me Follow You Down (Rev. Gary Davis)
                    - Smokestack Lightning (Chester Burnett)
                    Line-up: RW (gtr)/Rod Stewart (gtr, voc)/Ian McLagan (gtr?)

750914A  14th September: Tucson, University Of Arizona or Stadium. Backstage jam.
                    Unverified.
                    - Tracks Of My Tears (William Robinson)
                    + more (Muddy Waters and Chuck Berry-stuff)
                    + some tricky fingering on guitar by RW & Jesse Ed Davis only

750914B  14th September: Tucson, University Of Arizona, Arizona Stadium

750915A  15th September: US radio ( ) ‘Rolling Stone News Service’.
                    - interview with Rod Stewart
                    - interview with Britt Eklund
                    - interview with RW
                   Note: Interviews were recorded in Albuquerque 14.9.75 by Tom Nolan.

750919A  19th September: San Antonio, Texas, Convention Center Arena

750920A  20th September: Houston, Texas, Hofheinz Pavilion
                   (Memphis, Tennessee/It’s All Over Now/Three Time Loser/Miss Judy’s Farm/
                    I’d Rather Go Blind/Sweet Little Rock’n Roller [+reprise]/I’m Losing You/
                    Big Bayou/Angel/Bring It On Home To Me-You Send Me/You Wear It Well-
                    Maggie May/Stay With Me/Twistin’ The Night Away [+reprise])

750921A  21st September: Fort Worth, Texas, Tarrant County Convention Center Arena

750923A  23rd September: New Orleans, Louisiana, Municipal Auditorium
                   (Memphis, Tennessee/It’s All Over Now/Three Time Loser/Miss Judy’s Farm/
                    I’d Rather Go Blind/Sweet Little Rock’n Roller/I’m Losing You/Big Bayou/Angel/
                    Bring It On Home To Me-You Send Me/You Wear It Well-Maggie May/Band
                    introduction/Stay With Me/Twistin’ The Night Away 1/Twistin’ The Night Away 2)

750924A  24th September: Atlanta, Georgia, Mobile

750925A  25th September: FACES. Nashville, Tennessee, unidentified studio.
                   Jam session with Jesse Ed Davis (gtr). Incl. (both unverified):
                   - Cry To Me (Bert Russell) -instrumental
                   - Tracks Of My Tears (Smokey Robinson) -instrumental
                   Note: Without Rod Stewart.

750926A  26th September: Nashville, Tennessee, Municipal Auditorium
750927A  27th September: Charlotte, North Carolina, Coliseum
750928A  28th September: Columbia, South Carolina, University Of S.C., Coliseum

750930A  30th September: Columbus, Ohio, State Fairgrounds Coliseum
751001A  1st October: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Spectrum
751003A  3rd October: Bloomington, Indiana, University Of Indiana, Assembly Hall

751004A  4th October: Notre Dame (near South Bend), Indiana, University Of Notre
                    Dame, Athletic & Convocation Center

751005A  5th October: Dayton, Ohio, University Of Dayton Arena
751007A  7th October: Toledo, Ohio, Sports Arena
751009A  9th October: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Civic Arena

751010A  10th October: RON WOOD.
                   7“ single (Warner Brothers WB K 16679). Producers: RW, Bobby Womack and
                   Ian McLagan. Sound engineer: Keith Harwood.
                   A: If You Don’t Want My Love (Bobby Womack/Gordon D. Witty) -edited version
                   B: I Got A Feeling (Bobby Womack/Ian McLagan/Jean Roussell)
                   Line-up: see 750414A.

751010B  10th October: Boston, Massachusetts, Garden (postponed)

751011A  11th October: Baltimore, Maryland, University Of Maryland, Cole Field House

751012A  12th October: Uniondale, New York, Nassau Coliseum
                    (Memphis, Tennessee/It’s All Over Now/Three Time Loser/Miss Judy’s Farm/
                     I’d Rather Go Blind/Sweet Little Rock’n Roller/I’m Losing You/Big Bayou/
                     Angel/Bring It On Home To Me-You Send Me/You Wear It Well-Maggie
                     May/Stay With Me/Twistin’ The Night Away/Wee Wee Baby/Twistin’ The
                     Night Away [reprise])

751013A  13th October: Boston, Massachusetts, Garden
                   (Memphis, Tennessee/It’s All Over Now/Three Time Loser/Miss Judy’s Farm/
                    I’d Rather Go Blind/Sweet Little Rock’n Roller/I’m Losing You/Big Bayou/
                    Band introduction [part only]/Angel/Bring It On Home To Me-You Send Me/
                    You Wear It Well-Maggie May/Band introduction 2/Stay With Me/Twistin’
                    The Night Away 1/Wee Wee Baby/Twistin’ The Night Away 2)
                    Note: With musicians of The Boston Symphonic Orchestra (strings) on Angel
                              and Bring It On Home To Me-You Send Me.

751016A  16th October: Lakeland, Florida, Civic Center
                   (Memphis, Tennessee/It’s All Over Now/Miss Judy’s Farm/Three Time Loser/
                    I’d Rather Go Blind/Sweet Little Rock’n Roller/I’m Losing You/Big Bayou/
                    Angel/Bring It On Home To Me-You Send Me/You Wear It Well-Maggie
                    May/Band introduction/Stay With Me/Twistin’ The Night Away/Wee Wee Baby)
                   Note: Show was postponed from October 15, due to Rod Stewart having laryngitis.

751017A  18th October: Hallandale, Florida, Gulf Stream Race Track, incl.
                   (Memphis, Tennessee/It’s All Over Now/Three Time Loser/Miss Judy’s Farm/
                     I’d Rather Go Blind/You Wear It Well-Maggie May/Sweet Little R
ock’n
                     Roller/I’m Losing You/Big Bayou/Angel/Bring It On Home To Me-You Send Me)

751019A  19th October: Atlanta, Georgia, The Omni

751021A  21st October: Detroit, Michigan, Cobo Hall
                   (Memphis, Tennessee/It’s All Over Now/Three Time Loser/Miss Judy’s Farm/
                    I’d Rather Go Blind/Sweet Little Rock’n Roller/I’m Losing You/
                    Big Bayou/Angel/Bring It On Home To Me-You Send Me/You Wear It Well-
                    Maggie May/Happy Birthday Tetsu [a capella]/Stay With Me/
                    Twistin’ The Night Away 1/Band introduction/Wee Wee Baby-Twistin’ The
                    Night Away 2)
                    Note: Part of the show exists on a silent super 8 film.
                              With special guests Bobby Womack (voc) on Big Bayou and Bring It On
                               Home To Me-You Send Me and Tower Of Power on horns.

751022A  22nd October: Detroit, Michigan, Cobo Hall
751024A  24th October: Montreal, Canada, Forum
751025A  25th October: Ottawa, Canada, Civic Centre
751027A  27th October: Toronto, Canada, Maple Leaf Gardens
751028A  28th October: Utica, New York, Memorial Auditorium
751030A  30th October: Oshkosh, Wisconsin, Kolf Sports Arena

751031A  31st October: Chicago, Illinois, Stadium
                   Note: A 6-min. private colour super 8-film exists with fragments of:
                             - Memphis, Tennessee (Chuck Berry)
                             - It's All Over Now (Booby and Shirley Womack)
                             - Miss Judy's Farm (RW/Rod Stewart)
                             - Sweet Little Rock’n Roller (Chuck Berry)

751101A  1st November: Minneapolis, Minnesota, Labor Temple

751100A  probably November: DAVID BOWIE. Los Angeles, California, Cherokee Studios.
                   Sound engineer: Harry Maslin. Recording of a jam-session (unverified).
                   Musicians: RW (probably gtr), David Bowie (sax), Bobby Womack (voc and/or
                                      gtr?), George Murray (bass), Dennis Davis (dr) and maybe others.

751128A  28th November: FACES. UK TV (LWT) ‘Late Night Special: Rod Stewart
                   & Faces’. Recorded live in London, Kilburn State Gaumont Theatre 23.12.74. Incl.
                   (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: Released on Meda Video in the 80's.
                             With special guest star Keith Richards (gtr) on three songs: 'Sweet
                              Little Rock’n Roller', 'I’d Rather Go Blind' & 'Twistin’ The Night Away'.