1970

700000A  1970: THE ROLLING STONES.
                    EP 'Deja Que Sangre' (Peerless/London EPP 1233, -Mexico). Producer: Jimmy
                    Miller.
                    A: - Let It Bleed (MJ/KR) -edit, probably unavailable elsewhere
                        - You Got The Silver (MJ/KR) -album version
                    B: - You Can't Always Get What You Want (MJ/KR) -single version

700100A  early 1970: Los Angeles, unidentified studio. Overdubs, supervised by Denny
                   Cordell, on a tape sent to L.A. by the Stones via London:                  
                    - Wild Horses V (MJ/KR) -Sneaky Pete Kleinow on pedal steel, Leon Russell on
                         organ; recorded on version I

700123A  23rd January - 14th February (sporadically): THE END. Probably London, Olympic
                   Sound Studios. Producer: BW. Incl.
                    - Turn On Waterstone (Brown/Graham/Taylor/Francis) -23rd January
                    - Smartypants (David Brown/Nicky Graham/Terry Taylor/Paul Francis) *
                    - Do Right Woman, Do Right Man (Dan Penn/Spooner Oldham) *
                    - Mistress Bean (David Brown/Nicky Graham/Terry Taylor/Paul Francis) -Chris
                         Spedding on guitar; 13th February
                    - For Eleanor (Brown/Graham/Taylor/Francis) -14th February
                    Line-up: Jim Henderson (voc)/David Brown (bass, voc)/Nicky Graham (keyb, voc)/
                                   Terry Taylor (gtr)/Paul Francis (dr)
                    Note: The songs marked with a star could have been recorded already in 1969.

700126A  26th January: UK TV (ITV) 'ITN News', incl.
                   - footage of MJ & Marianne entering and leaving Magistrates Court in London

700100B  January - February: London, Olympic Sound Studios and Trident Studios.
                    Mixing and overdubbing for the upcoming album Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out!.
                    Producers: Glyn Johns & The Rolling Stones. Sound engineer: Glyn Johns.
                    - Jumpin' Jack Flash (MJ/KR) -New York City, 27.11.69
                    - Carol (Chuck Berry) -New York City, 28.11.69, 1st show
                    - Stray Cat Blues (MJ/KR) -New York City, 28.11.69, 1st show
                    - Love In Vain (Robert Johnson) -Baltimore, 26.11.69
                    - Midnight Rambler (MJ/KR) -New York City, 28.11.69, 2nd show
                    - Sympathy For The Devil (MJ/KR) -New York City, 28.11.69, 1st show
                    - Live With Me (MJ/KR) -New York City, 28.11.69, 2nd show
                    - Little Queenie (Chuck Berry) -New York City, 28.11.69, 1st show
                    - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR) -New York City, 28.11.69, 1st show
                    - Street Fighting Man (MJ/KR) -New York City, 28.11.69, 1st show or
                        Baltimore 26.11.69
                    Note: Also existing is an acetate on Apple Records with rough mixes of the
                              tracks above.

700200A  February: THE PEOPLE BAND.
                   LP 'The People Band' (Transatlantic TRA 214). Producer: CW. Recorded on the 1st
                   October 1968 in London, Olympic Sound Studios.
                   - Seven Extracts From A Continuous Performance By The People Band, Parts 1 - 6
                        (The People Band).
                   Line-up: George Khan (tsax, flute)/Terry Day (dr, asax)/Mel Davis (p, tb, cello)/
                                  Eddie Edem (tp, congas)/Tony Edwards (dr, djembi)/Mick Figgis
                                  (flugelhorn, acgtr)/Frank Flowers (double bass)/Terry Halman (double
                                  bass, one-string thing-a-phone)/Russel Hardy (p, keyb)

700215A  15th February: US radio (KRLA) 'The Pop Chronicles'. Host: John Gilliland.
                    Show #54 "Hail, Hail, Rock And Roll", incl.
                    - interview with MJ by John Gilliland (Morden, Surrey, February 1968)

700217A  17th February: London, Olympic Sound Studios. Producer: Jimmy Miller.
                    Sound engineers: Glyn & Andy Johns.
                    - Wild Horses VI (MJ/KR) -shortened; included in Gimme Shelter-movie
                    - Wild Horses VII (MJ/KR) -Billy Preston on organ          

700300A  March: London, England, New Arts Lab Camden. Premiere of the silent movie
                   Under My Thumb. Director: Peter Ungerleiden. Filmed at Hyde Park 05.07.69.

700306A  6th March: THE BEATLES.
                   7“ single (Apple R 5833). Producer: George Martin.
                   [A: Let It Be (John Lennon/Paul McCartney)]
                   B: You Know My Name (John Lennon/Paul McCartney)
                   Line-up side B: BJ (alto sax)/John Lennon (voc, gtr)/Paul McCartney (bass, voc)/
                                              Ringo Starr (dr)/& many other instruments dubbed over.
                   Note: BJ's part was recorded on the 8th June 1967 (see 670608A).

700323A  23rd March: LEON RUSSELL.
                   LP 'Leon Russell' (Shelter Records SHE-1001, -US). Producers: Leon Russell and
                   Denny Cordell. Recorded in London, Olympic Sound Studios on the 4th September
                   and/or in the first half of October 1969. Incl.
                   - I Put A Spell On You (Leon Russell) -CW on drums
                   - Delta Lady I (Leon Russell) -BW on bass
                   - Hurtsome Body (Leon Russell) -CW on drums
                   - Roll Away The Stone (Leon Russell/Greg Dempsey) -BW on bass
                   Musicians: BW (bass)/CW (dr)/Leon Russell (voc, gtr, keyb, bass, perc)/Chris
                                      Stainton (keyb)/George Harrison (gtr)/Ringo Starr (dr)/Klaus Voorman
                                      (bass)/B.J. Wilson (dr)/Alan Spenner (bass)/Jim Gordon (dr)/Steve
                                      Winwood (keyb)/Jim Horn (sax)/Clydie King (voc)/Joe Cocker (bvoc)/
                                      Bobby Whiplash (bvoc?)/Greg Dempsey (bvoc?)
                   Note: Released in the UK on April 24 (A&M AMLS 982). See also 940125A.

700300B  March - May: London, Olympic Sound Studios & Newbury, Stargroves (MJ’s house)
                    with Mobile Record Unit. Producer: Jimmy Miller. Sound engineers: Glyn Johns,
                    Andy Johns, Chris Kimsey (and Jimmy Miller for Cocksucker Blues).
                    Cocksucker Blues). And Andy Johns, Glyn Johns and George Chkiantz on
                    Jiving Sister Fanny.
                    - As Now (MJ/KR) -unverified
                    - Cocksucker Blues (MJ/KR) -MJ (voc & gtr) only
                    - Dancing In The Light I (MJ/KR) -STU on piano, Jimmy Miller on percussion;
                        instrumental (April 3)
                    - I Got The Blues (MJ/KR) -Billy Preston on organ, Bobby Keys on sax,
                         Jim Price on trumpet; Sticky Fingers-version
                    - Instrumental Jam ( ) -most of the times misnamed as Prefab or Trident Jam,
                         (might be one of the unverified songs listed for this session, e.g. Rock It)
                    - Jiving Sister Fanny I (MJ/KR) -STU on electric piano; early version
                    - Jiving Sister Fanny II (MJ/KR) -STU on electric piano; 'Black Box'-
                         version with female vocals, unverified
                    - Jiving Sister Fanny III (MJ/KR) -STU on electric piano, Jon Tiven on
                         guitar; Metamorphosis-version;
                    - Rock It (MJ/KR) -unverified
                    - Tell Her How It Is I (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano, Stephen Stills on guitar;
                         instrumental version under title Potted Shrimps (April 9; see 091000A for vocal
                         version)
                    - Travelling Man (MJ/KR) -Bobby Whitlock on piano (April 22)
                    - You Gotta Move IV (Fred McDowell/Rev. Gary Davis) -Sticky Fingers-version
                    Note: I Got The Blues was probably begun at Redlands with the MRU.

700400A  April: THE FLYING BURRITO BROTHERS.
                   LP 'Burrito Deluxe' (A&M AMLS 983). Producer: Jim Dickinson & Henry Lewy. Incl.
                   - Wild Horses (MJ/KR) -composer credit
                   Note: Released one year earlier than the Rolling Stones-version (see 710423A).

700424A  24th April: London, Olympic Sound Studios. Producer: Jimmy Miller. Sound
                   engineers: Glyn Johns, Andy Johns & Chris Kimsey. Final mixing.
                   - Brown Sugar IV (MJ/KR) -STU on piano, with Bobby Keys on sax,
                        MT hardly audible
                   - Brown Sugar V (MJ/KR) -STU on piano, Bobby Keys on sax; much
                        clearer mix of IV, earlier strike up of Bobby Keys
                   - Brown Sugar VI (MJ/KR) -STU on piano, Bobby Keys on sax; Sticky
                        Fingers-version.
                   - Dead Flowers III (MJ/KR) -STU on piano; Sticky Fingers-version

700504A  4th, 6th & 7th May: HOWLIN' WOLF. London, Olympic Sound Studios.
                   Producer: Norman Dayron. Sound engineer: Glyn Johns.
                   - Built For Comfort I (Willie Dixon) -without horns-overdub
                   - Built For Comfort II (Willie Dixon) -London Howlin’ Wolf Sessions-version
                   - Do The Do I (Willie Dixon) -London Howlin’ Wolf Sessions-version
                   - Do The Do II (Willie Dixon) -alternate take
                   - Highway 49 I (Joe Lee Williams) -London Howlin’ Wolf Sessions-version
                   - Highway 49 II (Joe Lee Williams) -alternate version
                   - I Ain’t Superstitious (Willie Dixon) -alternate take (only take of this song
                        with STU on piano, BW and CW not present!)
                   - I Want To Have A Word With You I (Chester Burnett) -STU on piano,
                        BW and CW not present; London Revisited-version
                   - I Want To Have A Word With You II (Chester Burnett) -STU on piano,
                         BW and CW not present; new mix
                   - The Killing Floor (Chester Burnett) -London Revisited-version
                   - Poor Boy I (Chester Burnett) -London Howlin’ Wolf Sessions-version
                   - Poor Boy II (Chester Burnett) -extended alternate mix with different lyrics
                   - Poor Boy III (Chester Burnett) -alternate take
                   - The Red Rooster I (Willie Dixon) -rehearsal take
                   - The Red Rooster II (Willie Dixon) -London Howlin’ Wolf Sessions-version
                   - The Red Rooster III (Willie Dixon) -alternate mix with alternate piano
                   - Rockin' Daddy I (Chester Burnett) -BW maybe not present; London Howlin’
                         Wolf Sessions-version
                   - Rockin' Daddy II (Chester Burnett) -BW maybe not present; extended
                         alternate mix
                   - Sittin' On Top Of The World (Chester Burnett) - London Howlin’ Wolf
                         Sessions-version
                   - Wang-Dang-Doodle I (Willie Dixon) -London Howlin’ Wolf Sessions-version
                   - Wang-Dang-Doodle II (Willie Dixon) -longer alternate take

                   - What A Woman I (James B. Oden) -London Howlin’ Wolf Sessions-version
                   - What A Woman II (James B. Oden) -alternate mix
                   - What A Woman III (James B. Oden) -alternate mix with add. organ overdub
                   - Who's Been Talking? I (Chester Burnett) -London Howlin’ Wolf Sessions-version
                   - Who's Been Talking? II (Chester Burnett) -shortened version with more harp
                   - Who's Been Talking? III (Chester Burnett) -alternate take with false start
                   - Worried About My Baby I (Chester Burnett) -rehearsal take
                   - Worried About My Baby II (Chester Burnett) -London Howlin’ Wolf
                        Sessions-version
                   - Worried About My Baby III (Chester Burnett) -alternate take
                   Basic line-up: BW (bass, cowbell, shakers)/CW (dr, congas, perc)/STU (p)/
                                            Howlin' Wolf (voc, gtr, harm)/Eric Clapton (gtr)/Jeff Carp (harm)/
                                            Hubert Sumlin (gtr)
                   Additional musicians: Lafayette Leake (p)/John Simon (p)/Steve Winwood (p,
                                            org)/Phil Upchurch (bass)/Joe Miller (sax or tb)/Jordan Sandke (tp)/
                                            Dennis Lansing (sax)
                   Note: Worried About My Baby is also known under the title Worried About You,
                              What A Woman is also known under the title Commit A Crime and Who’s
                              Been Talking? is also known under the title Cause Of It All.
                              The overdubs of the additional musicians were overdubbed later.
                              MJ played percussion on about 5 tracks. It's not confirmed if his work has
                              remained on the released tracks, as he is not credited on the album cover.

700616A  ca. 16th June - 30th June & 14th - 27th July: London, Olympic Sound Studios.
                   Producer: Jimmy Miller. Sound engineers: Glyn Johns, Andy Johns, (Chris
                   Kimsey substituted for Andy Johns on the 22nd July). Incl.
                   - All Down The Line II (MJ/KR) -first electric version (14th - 15th July & 23rd
                        July); Exile On Main St. 2010-remaster-version
                   - Can't You Hear Me Knocking I (MJ/KR) -Jimmy Miller on percussion;
                        embryonic alternate take; Sticky Fingers Deluxe-version
                   - Can't You Hear Me Knocking II (MJ/KR) -Billy Preston on organ, Bobby
                        Keys on sax, Jimmy Miller on percussion, Rocky Dijon on congas;
                        Sticky Fingers-version
                   - Give Me A Hamburger To Go (a/k/a 'Stuck Out All Alone')(MJ/KR) -July 4
                   - Hey Mama (MJ/KR) -unverified
                   - I'm Going Down II (MJ/KR) -Bobby Keys on sax, Rocky Dijon on
                        percussion, early mix of version IV (with false start)
                   - I'm Going Down III (MJ/KR) -Bobby Keys on sax, Rocky Dijon on
                        percussion; unverified 'Black Box'-version, with brass and female voice
                   - I'm Going Down IV (MJ/KR) -Bobby Keys on sax, Rocky Dijon on
                        percussion, Metamorphosis-version (14th -15th July)
                   - Leather Jacket (MT) -instrumental (22nd June)
                   - Shake Your Hips I (James Moore) -STU on piano; early version (27th July)
                   - Shine A Light II (MJ/KR) -Billy Preston on piano and organ; early
                       version (29th June and/or 23rd July)
                   - So Divine I (MJ/KR) -Bobby Keys on sax, Jim Price on vibes, Bobby Whitlock on
                       organ; instrumental under title Aladdin Story (20.07.)
                   - Stop Breaking Down I (Robert Johnson) -STU on piano; unverified
                        early version (16th June)
                   - Sweet Virginia I (MJ/KR) -unverified early version, either instrumental or
                       with early lyrics (23rd June; under working title Candlewick Bedspread)
                   - Sweet Virginia II (MJ/KR) -STU on piano, unverified early version
                        without sax (30th June & 20th July)
                   - Tumbling Dice I (MJ/KR) -early version, under title Good Time Women;
                        Crossfire Hurricane-version
                   - Walk With Me Wendy (MJ/KR) -might come from another 1970 session
                   - Who Am I? (MJ/KR) (15th and/or 25th July)

700624A  24th June: MICK JAGGER.
                   LP 'Ned Kelly' (United Artists UAS 29108). Producer: Ron Haffkine.
                   Arranged by Ron Frangipane & Ron Haffkine. Incl.
                   - The Wild Colonial Boy (Trad., arr.: Shel Silverstein) -MJ on lead vocals

700624B  24th June: London, Pavillion. Premiere of the movie Ned Kelly (starring MJ).

700600A  late June or early July: VARIOUS ARTISTS.
                   LP-soundtrack ‘Performance’ (Warner Brothers BS 2554, -US). Producer and
                   arrangeur: Jack Nitzsche. Musical conductor: Randy Newman. MJ's singing was
                   recorded in London in autumn 1968, the music was recorded in Los Angeles in
                   December 1968. Incl.
                   - Memo From Turner (MJ/KR) -by Mick Jagger
                   Probable line-up: Ry Cooder (gtr)/Russ Titelman (gtr)/Jack Nitzsche (org)/
                                   Randy Newman (p)/Bobby West or Jerry Sheff (bass)/Gene Parsons
                                  (dr)/Bernard Krause (synth)/Milt Holland (perc; unsure)
                   Note: Released in the UK on September 19 (Warner Brothers WS 2554).

700708A  8th - 9th July: DR. JOHN. London, Trident Studios. Producers: Malcolm Rebennack
                   (a/k/a Dr. John) and Charles Greene. Sound engineer: Roy Thomas Baker. Incl.
                   - Black John The Conqueror (Malcolm Rebennack) -maybe with MJ
                   - Catfish Soiree Medley (Malcolm Rebennack) ¬-probably with MJ
                   - Craney Crow (Malcolm Rebennack) -probably with MJ
                   - Familiar Reality - Reprise (Malcolm Rebennack/Jessie Hill) -probably with MJ
                   - Free From The Beast (Malcolm Rebennack) -take 1; maybe with MJ
                   - Headin’ A Little Closer To My Home (Malcolm Rebennack) -take 2; maybe with MJ
                   - Numerology (Malcolm Rebennack) -maybe with MJ
                   - Pots On Fiyo (Malcolm Rebennack) -maybe with MJ
                   - Where Ya At Mule I (Malcolm Rebennack) -alternate take; with MJ
                   - Where Ya At Mule II (Malcolm Rebennack) -album mix; with MJ
                   - Where Ya At Mule III (Malcolm Rebennack) -promovideo mix; with MJ
                   - Zu Zu Mamou (Malcolm Rebennack) -maybe with MJ
                   Musicians: MJ (bvoc)/Dr. John (p, voc, org, gtr, vibes, perc)/Eric Clapton (gtr)/Tommy
                                      Ferrone (gtr)/Vic Brox (tp, org)/Ray Draper (tuba, perc, bvoc)/Fred Staehle
                                      (dr)/Bobby Keys (tsax)/Chris Mercer (sax)/Carl Radle (bass)/Jim Gordon
                                      (congas)/Jim Price (tp)/Graham Bond (sax)/Walter Davis (p)/Fuzzy
                                      Samuels (bass)/Ken Terroade (flute)/Steve York (bass)/Jesse Boyce (bass,
                                      perc)/Freeman Brown (perc)/Bobby Whitlock, Doris Troy, Tammi Lynn,
                                      Shirley Goodman, P.P. Arnold & Joni Jonz (bvoc)/The Memphis Horns
                                      (brass)
                   Note: MJ probably only present on July 9. For mor info, see 710829A and 210717A.

700700A  July: LEON RUSSELL. London, Olympic Sound Studios. Producer: Denny
                    Cordell. Sound engineer: Anton .... Recording of a demo.
                    - Shine A Light (MJ/KR) -under title Get A Line On You
                    Line-up ‘Shine A Light’: MJ (voc)/BW or Alan Spenner (bass)/Leon Russell
                                  (p)/Ringo Starr (dr)/George Harrison (gtr)
                    Note: Get A Line On You was not released before January 1994 (see 940125A).

700700B mid-1970: POLOS OPUESTOS (=THE END).
                  7” single (Hispavox H 619, -Spain). Producer: BW (confirmed for side B).
                  A: En El Verano (Ray Dorset/A. Alpin)
                  B: Smartypants (David Brown/Nicky Graham/Terry Taylor/Paul Francis)
                  Line-up side B: Jim Henderson (voc)/David Brown (Bass, voc)/Nicky Graham
                                             (keyb, voc)/Terry Taylor (gtr)/Paul Francis (dr)
                  Note: It's not safe that BW also produced side A (no producer credited on the 7").
                            The End used a pseudonym for this Spain-only single. En El Verano is a
                            Spanish version of the Mungo Jerry-hit In The Summertime.

700803A  3rd August: New York City. Premiere of the movie Performance. Starring: MJ, James
                   Fox, Anita Pallenberg, Michele Breton. Directors: Donald Cammell and Nicolas Roeg.

700805A  5th - ca. 26th August: London, rehearsal-room in Bermondsey. Tour-rehearsals. Incl.
                   - Paint It Black (MJ/KR) -unverified

700820A  20th August: Austrian TV (ORF) 'Apropos Film', incl.
                   - interview with MJ (in London)
                   Note: Also aired on German ZDF TV.

700824A  24th August or after: Dutch radio ( ), incl.
                    - interview with MJ (in London)

700824B  24th August or after: Swedish radio ( ), incl.
                     - interview with MJ by Tommy Rander (in London)

700827A  27th & 28th August: London, Lyceum Theatre. Tour-rehearsals.

700829A  29th August: Vedbeak (near Copenhagen), Denmark, Hotel Marina.
                   Press conference.

700830A  30th August: Malmö, Sweden. Press conference.

30th August - 9th October: European Tour.
                   Line-up: MJ (voc, harm)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/MT (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)/
                                 STU (p)/Bobby Keys (sax)/Jim Price (tb)

700830B  30th August: Malmö, Sweden, Baltiska Hallen
                   (Jumpin' Jack Flash/Roll Over Beethoven/Sympathy For The Devil/Stray
                    Cat Blues/Love In Vain/Prodigal Son/You Gotta Move/Dead Flowers/
                    Midnight Rambler/Gimme Shelter/Live With Me/Let It Rock/Little
                    Queenie/Brown Sugar/Honky Tonk Women/Street Fighting Man)

700831A  late August: Swedish TV ( ), newscast about stage preparations, incl.
                    - Sympathy For The Devil (MJ/KR) -soundcheck Malmö 30.8.70, part only
                    Note: Music dubbed from Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out!-album.

700902A  2nd (?) September: Finnish TV (YLE), incl.
                    - arrival of the Stones on Helsinki airport
                    - interview with MJ (very upset about Finnish customs drug raid)

700902B  2nd September: Helsinki, Finland, Olympiastadion, incl.
                   (Jumpin' Jack Flash/Roll Over Beethoven/Sympathy For The Devil/Stray
                    Cat Blues/Love In Vain/Prodigal Son/You Gotta Move/Dead Flowers/
                    Midnight Rambler)

700904A  4th September: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   LP 'Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out!' (Decca SKL 5065). Producers: The Rolling Stones & Glyn
                   Johns. Sound engineer: Glyn Johns. Live-album.
                   A: - Jumpin' Jack Flash (MJ/KR)
                        - Carol (Chuck Berry)
                        - Stray Cat Blues (MJ/KR)
                        - Love In Vain (Robert Johnson)
                        - Midnight Rambler (MJ/KR)
                   B: - Sympathy For The Devil (MJ/KR)
                        - Live With Me (MJ/KR)
                        - Little Queenie (Chuck Berry)
                        - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR)
                        - Street Fighting Man (MJ/KR)
                   Note: For more detailed info see 700100B.

700904B  4th September: Stockholm, Sweden, Rasunda Fotbollsstadion, incl.
                   (Roll Over Beethoven/Sympathy For The Devil/Stray Cat Blues/Love In Vain/
                    Prodigal Son/You Gotta Move/Dead Flowers/Midnight Rambler/Live With Me)

700906A  6th September: Gothenburg, Sweden, Liseberg
                    (Jumpin' Jack Flash/Roll Over Beethoven/Sympathy For The Devil/Stray Cat Blues/
                     Love In Vain/Prodigal Son/You Gotta Move/Dead Flowers/Midnight Rambler/
                     Live With Me/Let It Rock/Little Queenie/Brown Sugar/Honky Tonk Women)

700909A  9th September: Aarhus, Denmark, Vejlby-Risskov Hallen. Backstage.
                   A short silent private film with backstage footage exists (3 min.).

700909B  9th September: Aarhus, Denmark, Vejlby-Risskov Hallen (1st show)
700909C  9th September: Aarhus, Denmark, Vejlby-Risskov Hallen (2nd show)

700910A  10th September: Danish radio ( ).
                    - MJ, KR and MT play favourite soul and blues records
                    - MJ plays his favourite Stones tracks

700911A  11th September: Copenhagen, Denmark, Forum.

700912A  12th September: Copenhagen, Denmark, Forum (1st show)
700912B  12th September: Copenhagen, Denmark, Forum (2nd show)
                   One of both shows included:
                   (Jumpin' Jack Flash/Roll Over Beethoven/Sympathy For The Devil/Stray Cat
                    Blues/Love In Vain/Dead Flowers/Midnight Rambler/Live With Me/Let It Rock/
                    Little Queenie/Brown Sugar/Honky Tonk Women/Street Fighting Man)

700913A  13th September: Hamburg, Harbour, M/S Sankt Pauli. Press conference.

700914A  14th September: Hamburg, West-Germany, Ernst-Merck-Halle
                   (Jumpin' Jack Flash/Roll Over Beethoven/Sympathy For The Devil/Stray
                    Cat Blues/Love In Vain/Prodigal Son/You Gotta Move/Dead Flowers/
                    Midnight Rambler/Live With Me/Let It Rock/Little Queenie/Brown
                    Sugar/Honky Tonk Women/Street Fighting Man)

700915A  15th September: German cinema-news (UFA) 'Dabei', Hamburg-report, incl.
                   - interview with MJ (press conference Hamburg 13.09.)
                   - interview with KR (press conference Hamburg 13.09.)
                   - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR) -Hamburg 14.09., part only
                   - Brown Sugar (MJ/KR) -Hamburg 14.09., part only
                   Note: Officially released in 2015, see 151212A.

700915B  15th September: German radio ( ), incl.
                   - interview with MJ

700916B  16th September: Berlin, West-Germany, Deutschlandhalle
                   (Jumpin' Jack Flash/Roll Over Beethoven/Sympathy For The Devil/Stray Cat
                    Blues/Love In Vain/Prodigal Son/You Gotta Move/Dead Flowers/Midnight
                    Rambler/Live With Me/Let It Rock/Little Queenie/Brown Sugar/Honky Tonk
                    Women/Street Fighting Man)
                  Note: Two different silent private films are existing.
                             Also professional shot but silent concert and backstage footage from the  
                             Huntley Archive, incl.
                             - Prodigal Son (Rev. Robert Wilkins)
                             - You Gotta Move (Fred McDowell/Rev. Gary Davis)
                             - Dead Flowers (MJ/KR)
                             - Midnight Rambler (MJ/KR)
                             - Street Fighting Man (MJ/KR) -part only

700917A  17th September: German radio (RIAS) 'Treffpunkt'. Berlin-review, incl.
                    - Jumpin' Jack Flash (MJ/KR) -Berlin 16.09.70, audience recording, with
                        voice-over

700918A  18th September: Cologne, West-Germany, Sporthalle
                   (Jumpin' Jack Flash/Roll Over Beethoven/Sympathy For The Devil/Stray Cat
                    Blues/Love In Vain/Dead Flowers/Midnight Rambler/Live With Me/
                    Let It Rock/Little Queenie/Brown Sugar/Honky Tonk Women/Street Fighting Man)
                   Note: A 5 min. private 8mm film with fragments of the following songs exist:
                             (Jumpin' Jack Flash/Sympathy For The Devil/Stray Cat Blues/Dead
                              Flowers/Live With Me/Little Queenie/Honky Tonk Women/Street
                              Fighting Man)

700920A 20th September: Stuttgart, West-Germany, Höhenpark Killesberg, Halle 6
                  (Jumpin' Jack Flash/Roll Over Beethoven/Sympathy For The Devil/
                   Stray Cat Blues/Love In Vain/Dead Flowers/Midnight Rambler/Live With Me/
                   Let It Rock/Little Queenie/Brown Sugar/Honky Tonk Women/Street Fighting Man)

700921A  probably 21st September: German TV (SWR). Stuttgart-report, incl.
                  - arrival on Stuttgart-Echterdingen Airport 19.09.70
                  - Jumpin' Jack Flash (MJ/KR) -Stuttgart 20.09.70, part only
                  - Roll Over Beethoven (Chuck Berry) -Stuttgart 20.09.70, part only

700922A  22nd September: Paris, France, Pavillon d'Armenonville. Press conference.
                   Professional shot silent footage of the arrival, photo call and more from the press
                   conference is existing in the Huntley Archive.

700922B  22nd September: Paris, France, Palais des Sports
                   (Jumpin' Jack Flash/Roll Over Beethoven/Sympathy For The Devil/Stray Cat
                    Blues/Love In Vain/Dead Flowers/Midnight Rambler/Live With Me/Little Queenie/
                    Let It Rock/Brown Sugar/Honky Tonk Women/Street Fighting Man)
                   Note: Broadcast live through French radio (Europe 1).
                             Professional shot but silent live footage of the gig from the Huntley
                             Archive circulates, incl. fragments of
                             - Jumpin' Jack Flash (MJ/KR)
                             - Midnight Rambler (MJ/KR)
                             - Little Queenie (Chuck Berry)
                             - Brown Sugar (MJ/KR)
                             - Street Fighting Man (MJ/KR)

700923A  23rd September: French radio (RTL), incl.
                    - interview with MJ (in French)

700923B  23rd September: Paris, France, Palais des Sports. Backstage.
                    - harmonica-jam of MJ and Junior Wells (unverified)

700923C  23rd September: Paris, France, Palais des Sports
                   (Jumpin' Jack Flash/Roll Over Beethoven/Sympathy For The Devil/
                    Stray Cat Blues/Love In Vain/Dead Flowers/Midnight Rambler/Live
                    With Me/Let It Rock/Little Queenie/Brown Sugar/Honky Tonk Women/
                    Street Fighting Man)                
                   Note: Professional shot but silent live footage of the gig from the Huntley
                             Archive circulates, incl. fragments of
                             - Jumpin' Jack Flash (MJ/KR)
                             - Sympathy For The Devil (MJ/KR)
                             - Love In Vain (Robert Johnson)
                             - Dead Flowers (MJ/KR)
                             - Midnight Rambler (MJ/KR)
                             - Little Queenie (Chuck Berry)

700924A  24th September: Paris, France, Palais des Sports
                   (Jumpin' Jack Flash/Roll Over Beethoven/Sympathy For The Devil/Stray Cat
                    Blues/Love In Vain/Prodigal Son/Dead Flowers/Midnight Rambler/Live With Me/
                    Let It Rock/Little Queenie/Brown Sugar/Honky Tonk Women/Street Fighting Man)                   
                   Note: Professional shot but silent backstage and live footage of the gig from the
                              Huntley Archive circulates, incl. fragments of:
                             - Dead Flowers (MJ/KR)
                             - Midnight Rambler (MJ/KR)
                             - Brown Sugar (MJ/KR)
                             - Street Fighting Man (MJ/KR)
                             Also a silent private movie with footage of the gig circulates, incl. parts of:
                             - Jumpin' Jack Flash (MJ/KR)
                             - Roll Over Beethoven (Chuck Berry)
                             - Sympathy For The Devil (MJ/KR)
                             - Stray Cat Blues (MJ/KR)
                             + more

700925A  25th September: French TV (ORTF), incl.
                   - Street Fighting Man (MJ/KR) -Paris 24.9.70, part only
                   - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR) -Paris 24.9.70, part only

700900C  September: French radio (Europe 1) 'Campuse Magazine', incl.
                    - interview with MJ
                    - Dead Flowers (MJ/KR) -live in Paris 22.9.70
                    Note: Re-aired on February 13, 1971.

700926A  26th September: Vienna, Austria, Stadthalle
                   (Jumpin' Jack Flash/Roll Over Beethoven/Sympathy For The Devil/Stray Cat
                    Blues/Love In Vain/Prodigal Son/Dead Flowers/Midnight Rambler/Live With Me/
                    Little Queenie/Brown Sugar/Honky Tonk Women/Street Fighting Man)
                    Note: A silent private film exists.

700929A  29th September: Rome, Italy, Palazzo dello Sport, incl.
                   (Jumpin' Jack Flash/Roll Over Beethoven/Sympathy For The Devil/Stray Cat
                    Blues/Love In Vain/Dead Flowers/Midnight Rambler/Live With Me/ Let It
                    Rock/Little Queenie/Brown Sugar)

700900D  late September/early October: Rome and or Milan, Italy. Anita Pallenberg films
                    a 30-minute private silent movie titled 'Going Home', with footage of MJ & KR.

701001A  1st October: Milan, Italy, Palalido Palazzo dello Sport (1st show)
                   (Jumpin' Jack Flash/Roll Over Beethoven/Sympaythy For The Devil/
                    Stray Cat Blues/Love In Vain/Prodigal Son/Dead Flowers/Midnight
                    Rambler/Live With Me/Little Queenie/Brown Sugar/Honky Tonk Women/
                    Street Fighting Man)
                    Note: Parts of this shows were filmed on super 8.

701001B  1st October: Italian TV or radio (RAI), Milan (in between shows)
                    - message by MJ to the Italian fans (in Italian)

701001B  1st October: Milan, Italy, Palalido Palazzo dello Sport (2nd show)
                   (Jumpin' Jack Flash/Roll Over Beethoven/Sympaythy For The Devil/
                   Stray Cat Blues/Love In Vain/Prodigal Son/Dead Flowers/Midnight
                   Rambler/Live With Me/Let It Rock/Little Queenie/Brown Sugar/
                   Honky Tonk Women/Street Fighting Man)
                   Note: Parts of this shows were filmed on super 8.

701002A  2nd October: Luxembourgian radio (Radio Luxembourg), incl.
                    - interview with MJ

701003A  3rd October: Lyon, France, Palais des Sports

701005A  5th October: Frankfurt, West-Germany, Festhalle
                   (Jumpin' Jack Flash/Roll Over Beethoven/Sympathy For The Devil/Stray Cat Blues/
                    Love In Vain/Prodigal Son/Dead Flowers/Midnight Rambler/ Live With Me/
                    Let It Rock/Little Queenie/Brown Sugar/Honky Tonk Women/Street Fighting Man)

701006A  6th October: Frankfurt, West-Germany, Festhalle, incl.
                   (Roll Over Beethoven/Sympathy For The Devil/Stray Cat Blues/Love In
                    Vain/Dead Flowers/Midnight Rambler/Live With Me/Let It Rock/Little Queenie)

701007A  7th October: Essen, West-Germany, Grugahalle, incl.
                   (Jumpin' Jack Flash/Roll Over Beethoven/Sympathy For The Devil/
                    Stray Cat Blues/Love In Vain/Dead Flowers/Midnight Rambler/Live
                    With Me/Let It Rock/Little Queenie/Brown Sugar)

701008A  8th October: Dutch TV (NOS) 'Journaal', incl.
                   - interview with CW

701009A  9th October: Amsterdam, Netherlands, RAI Amstelhal
                   (Jumpin' Jack Flash/Roll Over Beethoven/Sympathy For The Devil/Stray Cat
                    Blues/Love In Vain/Prodigal Son/Dead Flowers/Midnight Rambler/Live With Me/
                    Let It Rock/Little Queenie/Brown Sugar/Honky Tonk Women/Street Fighting Man)
                   Note: With special guest Stephen Stills (p) on at least Little Queenie and Street
                              Fighting Man.
                              Professional shot but silent live footage of the gig from the Huntley
                              Archive circulates, incl. fragments of
                              - Dead Flowers (MJ/KR)
                              - Let It Rock (Chuck Berry)
                              - Little Queenie (Chuck Berry)
                              - Brown Sugar (MJ/KR)
                              - Street Fighting Man (MJ/KR)
                              + backstage footage

701009B  9th October: UK TV (BBC1) '24 Hours', incl.
                   - interview with MJ by David Dimbledy
                   Note: Maybe repeated or another part was aired on January 14, 1971.

701017A  17th October - 31st October: Newbury, Stargroves (MJ’s house) with Mobile
                    Record Unit and London, Olympic Sound Studios. Producer: Jimmy Miller.
                    Sound engineer: Glyn Johns.
                   - All Down The Line III (MJ/KR) -second acoustic version; unverified
                   - Bitch I (MJ/KR) -Bobby Keys on sax, Jim Price on trumpet, Jimmy Miller on
                        percussion; Extended Version; Sticky Fingers Deluxe-version
                   - Bitch II (MJ/KR) -Bobby Keys on sax, Jim Price on trumpet, Jimmy
                        Miller on percussion; slightly different mix to II, with more audible ad-lib
                        vocals of MJ during KR's solo
                   - Bitch III (MJ/KR) -Bobby Keys on sax, Jim Price on trumpet, Jimmy
                        Miller on percussion; Sticky Fingers-version
                   - Brown Sugar VII (MJ/KR) -STU on piano; Bobby Keys on sax, Al Kooper and
                       Eric Clapton on guitars (19th December); Sticky Fingers Deluxe-version
                   - Hide Your Love I (MJ/KR) -unverified early version
                   - Highway Bound (MJ/KR) -a/k/a Highway Child
                   - I'm Not Signifying I (MJ/KR) -early version without brass
                   - Moonlight Mile I (MJ/KR) -Jim Price on piano; instrumental; Crossfire
                        Hurricane-version
                   - Moonlight Mile II (MJ/KR) -Jim Price on piano, strings arranged by Paul
                        Buckmaster; Sticky Fingers-version
                   - Red House (Jimi Hendrix) -unverified; with Bobby Keys on sax
                   - Silver Train I (MJ/KR) -early version with slightly longer finish
                   - Stop Breaking Down II (Robert Johnson) -STU on piano; early (rough) take
                   - Sway I (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano, strings arranged by Paul
                         Buckmaster; flipside of US Wild Horses-single                     
                   - Sway II (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano, strings arranged by Paul
                         Buckmaster; Sticky Fingers-version
                    - Sweet Black Angel I (MJ/KR) -instrumental, under title Bent Green
                         Needles; Jimmy Miller on percussion
                    - Sweet Virginia III (MJ/KR) -STU on piano, Bobby Keys on sax; early
                         version without backing vocals
                    - Tumbling Dice II (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano; with different lyrics,
                         under title Good Time Women; Exile On Main St. 2010-remaster-version
                    - Wild Horses VIII (MJ/KR) -Acoustic Version with strings and glass
                         harmonica
                    - Wild Horses IX  (MJ/KR) -Sticky Fingers-version
                    - Wild Horses X (MJ/KR) -7" promo-edit
                    Note: Nicky Hopkins did his piano overdub on Sway not before early (probably
                              February) 1971.

701023A  23rd or 30th October: MICK JAGGER.
                   7“ single (Decca F 13067). Producer: Jack Nitzsche.
                   A: Memo From Turner (MJ/KR)
                   [B: Natural Magic (Jack Nitzsche) -by Ry Cooder]

701206A  6th December: New York City, Plaza Theater. Premiere of the movie Gimme
                   Shelter. Directors: Albert and David Maysles & Charlotte Zwerin. Incl.
                    - Jumpin' Jack Flash (MJ/KR) -New York City 28.11.69, 1st show
                    - Satisfaction (MJ/KR) -New York City 28.11.69, 1st & 2nd show (spliced together)
                    - You Gotta Move (Fred McDowell/Rev. Gary Davis) -Muscle Shoals Studios,
                         Alabama 12/69, part only
                    - Wild Horses (MJ/KR) - Muscle Shoals Studios, Alabama 12/69, part only
                    - Brown Sugar (MJ/KR)- Muscle Shoals Studios, Alabama 12/69, part only
                    - Love In Vain (Robert Johnson) -New York City, 27. or 28.11.69 (soundtrack
                         is from Baltimore 26.11.69)
                    - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR) -New York City 28.11.69, 2nd & New York
                          City 27.11.69 (spliced together)
                   - Street Fighting Man (MJ/KR) -New York City 28.11.69, 2nd show
                   - Sympathy For The Devil 1 (MJ/KR) -Altamont 6.12.69
                   - Sympathy For The Devil 2 (MJ/KR) -Altamont 6.12.69
                   - Under My Thumb 2 (MJ/KR) -Altamont 6.12.69
                   - Street Fighting Man (MJ/KR) -Altamont 6.12.69, part only
                   - Gimme Shelter (MJ/KR) -Altamont 6.12.69, part only

701200A  December: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   7" single (Decca F 13126). Producers: The Rolling Stones & Glyn Johns.
                   Sound engineer: Glyn Johns. Live-single.
                   A: Little Queenie (Chuck Berry) -New York City 28.11.69, 1st show
                   B: Love In Vain (Robert Johnson) -Baltimore 26.11.69
                   Line-up: see 700904A.

701224A  24th December: Luxembourgian radio (Radio Luxembourg), incl.
                    - MJ wishing Merry Christmas to all listeners
                    Note: Most probably pre-recorded during the European Tour.

701226A  26th December: UK TV (BBC2) 'Cucumber Castle'. Director: Hugh Gladwish.
                   Starring: The Bee Gees, Blind Faith, Spike Milligan, Vincent Price and cameos of
                                   MJ and Marianne Faithfull (concert visitors at Blind Faith-concert)