1985

850000A late 1984 or early 1985: BILL WYMAN & TERRY TAYLOR. Shooting of a
                 promovideo. Directors: Dario Argento & Michele Soavi.
                   - Valley (BW)
                   Note: The promofilm was released as a bonus to the DVD-release of Phenomena
                              in May 2008 (see 080527A).

850000A  1985: Release of the video ‘Monterey Pop’ (Virgin VVD 143) incl.
                   - cameo of BJ (walking through the crowd) -between 16.-18.6.1967
                   + Paint It Black (MJ/KR) -cover version by The New Animals

850100A  early 1985: German TV (ZDF)  ‘Na sowas’. Host: Thomas Gottschalk.  Incl.
                   - footage from Münster 11.09.65, 1st show

850100B  January: Release of the benefit video ‘Video Aid’ (Virgin VIDAID 102). Incl.
                   - appeal by MJ (Brazil, December 1984)

850100C  early or mid-January (before 23.1.): WILLIE AND THE POOR BOYS.
                   Cookham, England, The Sol. Producer: BW. Sound engineer: Stuart Epps.
                   - Slippin’ And Slidin’ (Richard Penniman/Eddie Bocage/Al Collins/James
                      Smith) -BW on bass
                   - These Arms Of Mine (Otis Redding) -Steve Gregory on horns
                   Line-up: Paul Rodgers (voc)/Jimmy Page (gtr)/Andy Fairweather-Low (gtr, bass)/
                                  Henry Spinetti (dr)/Geraint Watkins (p)

850100D  mid-January (before 23.1., for about five days): BILL WYMAN. Probably
                   London or Cookham, England, The Sol. BW works on the music for the
                   upcoming movie Echo Park (see 851114A). Incl.
                   - incidental music (for a stripper scene)
                   + more (see 860000F and 860600B)

850115A  15th January - 28th February: Boulogne-Billancourt (near Paris), France,
                   Pathé-Marconi Studios. Producers: The Glimmer Twins. Sound engineer:
                   Dave Jerden. Additional musician: Chuck Leavell. (Arrivals of the Stones
                   in Paris: MJ 7.1.85; KR 11.1.85; RW 20.1.85; BW & CW: 23.1.85.
                   song writing sessions (MJ & KR only), between 11.-19.1.85, incl.:
                   - All Shook Up (Otis Blackwell/Elvis Presley)
                   - Are You Lonely For Me Baby (Bert Berns)
                   - Baby You’re Too Much I (MJ/KR)
                   - Beside You I (MJ/KR) -embryonic version; a/k/a I Can't See Nobody
                   - Broken Hearts For Me And You (MJ/KR)
                   - Don’t Be Cruel (Otis Blackwell/Elvis Presley)
                   - Eliza Upchink II (MJ/KR) -also known as "Back On The Streets Again"
                   - One Hit I (MJ/KR/RW)
                   - Something I Want II (MJ/KR) -also known as "Your Love"
                   - Thirty Nine And Holding (Jerry Foster/Wilburn Steven Rice)
                   - Teddy Bear (Kal Mann/Bernie Lowe) -unverified
                   - unknown vocal track ( ) -maybe an abandoned bridge-idea for One Hit?

                   rehearsals, probably between 23.1. - 28.2.85 (all songs unverified):
                   - Betty Jean (Chuck Berry)
                   - Blue Monday (Antoine Domino/Dave Bartholomew)
                   - Bungalow Bill (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) 
                   - Careless Love (Trad.)
                   - Carol (Chuck Berry)
                   - Claudette (Roy Orbison)
                   - The Dock Of The Bay (Steve Cropper/Otis Redding)
                   - Dust My Blues (Elmore James)
                   - Good To Me (Otis Redding/Julius Green)
                   - Hello Mary Lou (Gene Pitney)
                   - If I Don't Have You I (Gregory Isaacs)
                   - I’m Gonna Burn Your Playhouse Down (Otis Blackwell)
                   - I’m Ready (Dave Batholomew/Al Lewis/Sylvester Bradford)
                   - I Tried To Tell Myself (Al Green)
                   - It’s So Easy (Charles Hardin Holley/Norman Petty)
                   - The Jerk (Don Julian)
                   - Louisiana Blues (McKinley Morganfield)
                   - Moanin‘ At Midnight (Chester Burnett/Jules Taub)
                   - Mona (Ellas McDaniel)
                   - My Girl (William Robinson/Ronald White)
                   - Needle In A Haystack (William Stevenson/Norman Whitfield)
                   - The Nearness Of You (Hoagy Carmichael/Ned Washington)
                   - Open The Door To Your Heart (Darrel Banks)
                   - Pain In My Heart (Allen Toussaint)
                   - Perfidia (Alberto Dominguez/Milton Leeds)
                   - Serious Love (Alvin Ranglin)
                   - Sleepwalk (Ann Farina/Johnny Farina/Santo Farina)
                   - Soothe Me (Sam Cooke)
                   - Splish Splash (Bobby Darin/Jean Murray)
                   - Spoonful (Willie Dixon)
                   - Stop In The Name Of Love (Brian Holland/Lamont Dozier/Eddie Holland)
                   - These Arms Of Mine (Otis Redding)
                   - Tracks Of My Tears (William Robinson)
                   - Tramp (Lowell Fulsom/Jimmy McCracklin)
                   - True Love Ways (Charles Hardin Holley/Norman Petty)
                   - Work, Work, Work (Allen Toussaint)
                   - Your Cheatin’ Heart (Hank Williams)

                   session on 27.2.85, incl.:
                   - Breakin' (MJ/KR) -KR on vocals; various takes
                   - These Arms Of Mine (Allen Toussaint)
                   - Key To the Highway (William Broonzy/Charles Segar) -KR on vocals; various
                        takes
                   - instrumental rock/blues jam ( )

850121A  21st January: US radio (Westwood One) ‘Focus On Rock Drummers’.
                   Host: Dave Herman. With focus on CW.

850131A  31st January: Premiere of the Italian movie ‘Phenomena’. Director: Dario Argento.
                   Starring: Jennifer Conelly. With two tracks by BW and Terry Taylor:
                   - Valley (BW) -by Bill Wyman & Terry Taylor
                   - Valley Bolero (BW) -by Bill Wyman & Terry Taylor
                   Note: For more info, see 850200A.

850200A  February: VARIOUS ARTISTS.
                   Soundtrack-LP ‘Phenomena’ (Cinevox Record MDF 33.167 - Italy). Incl. one
                   track produced by BW. Recorded in 1984 in Cookham, England, The Sol.
                   - Valley (BW) -by Bill Wyman & Terry Taylor

850200B  February: THE BAND.
                   Video ‘The Last Waltz  (Warner Brothers PEV 99354). With RW on guitar on:
                   - I Shall Be Released (Bob Dylan)
                   Note: For more info see 761125A.

850200C  February: UK radio (Radio 4) ‘Kaleidoscope’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ
                   - interview with Stanley Booth (about his book)

850200D  February: European TV (Music Box). MJ-special. Incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Sunie Fletcher
                   Note: Re-broadcast on 2.1.87. Also a trailer by MJ for Music Box TV was recorded
                             (and frequently aired).

850201A  1st February: Japanese radio (FM Tokyo) ‘Suntory Sound Market’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ (in Paris)
                    Note: Recording date, broadcast in April.

850204A  4th February: MICK JAGGER.
                   7" single (CBS A 4722). Producer: MJ & Bill Laswell (A)/MJ & Nile Rodgers (B)
                   A: Just Another Night (MJ)
                   B: Turn The Girl Loose (MJ)
                   Line-up: see 850225B.
                   Note: A promo film for ‘Just Another Night’ was taken from the ‘Running
                             Out Of Luck’-movie (with some additional footage from the movie cut in).

850205A  5th February: Australian radio (EON), incl.
                   - phone-interview with MJ (from Paris) by Peter Grace

850206A  6th February: German TV (ARD) ‘Musik Szene 85’ incl.
                   - interview with BW (St. Tropéz, France, between October 8. -11.1984)
                   + footage from ‘Video Rewind’

850209A  9th & 10th February: US TV (MTV) ‘The Mick Jagger-Weekend', with eleven
                    different features.

850223A  23rd February: German radio (SFB II) ‘S-F-Beat’, "Mick Jagger - He's The Boss".
                   - interview with MJ by Ted Baxter (aka Wolfgang Doebeling) (Paris, January) 

850225A  25th February: French radio (Europe 2) ‘Rock A L’Oeil’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ

850225B  25th February: MICK JAGGER.
                   LP ‘She’s The Boss’ (CBS 86310). Producer MJ & Bill Laswell, MJ and Nile
                   Rodgers. Sound enginner: Dave Jerden. Recorded in May - November 1984.
                   A: - Lonely At The Top (MJ/KR)
                        - Half A Loaf (MJ)
                        - Running Out Of Luck (MJ)
                        - Turn The Girl Loose (MJ)
                        - Hard Woman (MJ)
                   B: - Just Another Night (MJ)
                        - Lucky In Love (MJ/Carlos Alomar)
                        - Secrets (MJ)
                          - She’s The Boss (MJ/Carlos Alomar)
                    Line-up ‘Lonely At The Top’: MJ (voc)/Jeff Beck (gtr)/Pete Townshend (gtr)/
                                  Bill Laswell (bass)/Michael Shrieve (dr)/Herbie Hancock (org)/Guy
                                  Fletcher (synth)/Bernard Fowler (bvoc)/Eddie Martinez (gtr)
                    Line-up ‘Half A Loaf’: MJ (voc)/Nile Rodgers (gtr)/Bernard Edwards
                                  (bass)/Steve Ferroni (dr)/Rob Sabino (keyb)/Eddie Martinez (gtr)/
                                  Fonzi Thornton (bvoc)
                    Line-up ‘Running Out Of Luck’: MJ (voc)/Jeff Beck (gtr)/Eddie Martinez (gtr)/
                                  Robbie Shakespeare (bass)/Sly Dunbar (dr)/Herbie Hancock (synth)/
                                  Daniel Ponce (bata)
                    Line-up ‘Turn The Girl Loose’: MJ (voc)/Nile Rodgers (gtr)/Bernard Edwards
                                  (bass)/Anton Fig (dr)/Herbie Hancock (org, synth)/Rob Sabino (keyb)/
                                  Alfa Anderson (ladies’ rap)/Lenny Pickett (bsax)
                   Line-up ‘Hard Woman’: MJ (voc)/Jeff Beck (gtr)/Pete Townshend (gtr)/Jan
                                  Hammer (p)/Colin Hodgekinson (bass)/Tony Thompson (dr)/Paul
                                  Buckmaster (arranger and conductor of strings)
                    Line-up ‘Just Another Night’: MJ (voc)/Jeff Beck (gtr)/Bill Laswell (synth)/
                                  Robbie Shakespeare (bass)/Sly Dunbar (dr)/Rabbit Bundrick (synth)/
                                  Anton Fier (dr)/Aiyb Dieng (shaker)/Ron Magness (synth)
                    Line-up ‘Lucky In Love’: MJ (voc)/Jeff Beck (gtr)/Robbie Shakespeare (bass)/
                                  Sly Dunbar (dr)/Aiyb Dieng (water dr)/Ray Cooper (perc)/Bernard
                                  Fowler (bvoc)/Herbie Hancock (synth)/Wally Badarou (synth)/Guy
                                  Fletcher (synth)/Chuck Leavell (org)
                    Line-up ‘Secrets’: MJ (voc)/Nile Rodgers (gtr)/Bernard Edwards (bass)/
                                  Anton Fig (dr)/Rob Sabino (keyb)/G.E. Smith (gtr)
                    Line-up ‘She’s The Boss’: MJ (voc)/Jeff Beck (gtr)/Robbie Shakespeare (bass)/
                                  Sly Dunbar (dr)/Aiyb Dieng (talking dr)/Ray Cooper (congas)/Bernard
                                  Fowler (bvoc)/Wally Badarou (synth)/Guy Fletcher (synth)/Chuck
                                  Leavell (org)/Anton Fier (perc)/Eddie Martinez (gtr)

850225C  25th - 27th  February: UK radio (BBC1) ‘Simon Bates Show’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Simon Bates (in Paris, 22nd February)
                    Note: Aired in three parts.

850226A  26th February: UK TV (BBC2) ‘Whistle Test’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ by David Hepworth (Paris, January ‘85)
                    - interview with Stanley Booth (about his book) by David Hepworth
                    - Gimme Shelter (MJ/KR) -Top Of The Pops 12.12.69, part only

850200E  late February: MICK JAGGER.
                   12" single (CBS TA 4722). Remixes were done by Francois Kevorkian with Paul St.
                   Germain or Paul Smykle. Additional overdubs were produced by Arthur Baker.
                    A: Just Another Night (MJ) -extended remix
                    A: Turn The Girl Loose (MJ)
                    B: Just Another Night (MJ) -edit (of extended version)
                    B: Just Another Night (MJ) -dub mix    

850200F  February: Spanish TV (TVE) ‘Senoras Y Senores: Mick Jagger’, incl.
                  - interview with MJ (Paris, January 1985)

850200G  February: Brazilian TV (TV Manchete) ‘Conexao Internacional’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ by Roberto d’Avila in French (in Paris)
                   Note: Original airing date not known. Repeated on Dec. 22, 1987.

850300A  March: MICK JAGGER.
                   promotional 7" single (CBS 38-04743 -USA). Producers: MJ & Bill Laswell
                    A: Just Another Night (MJ) -album version
                    B: Just Another Night (MJ) -edit (of album version)
                    Note: The edit is different to the edited version on the regular 12" (see
                              850200D&E). Also available as a UK 12" promo (CBS SAMP 97).

850300B  March: MICK JAGGER.
                   Video ‘Ned Kelly’ (Warner Brothers PEV 99415). Starring: MJ.
                   Note: For all other info about the movie, see  690713A.

850300C  March: Japanese TV (Asahi) ‘Best Hits USA’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ by a female interviewer (in Paris, late January 1985)

850302A  2nd March: Luxemburgian radio (RTL), incl.
                    - interview with MJ

850304A  4th March: French radio (NRJ), incl.
                    - interview with MJ

850311A  11th - 12th March: WILLIE AND THE POOR BOYS. London, Fulham Town Hall.
                   Shootings for the video ‘Willie And The Poor Boys’ (30 min.). Directors: Eddie Arno &
                   Markus Innocenti. Idea and musical director: BW.
                   - Poor Boy Boogie (BW/Andy Fairweather-Low) -BW and Andy Fairweather-Low
                        on  lead vocals
                   - You Never Can Tell (Chuck Berry) -BW on lead vocals
                   - Chicken Shack Boogie (Amos Milburn) -Geraint Watkins on lead vocals
                   - Let’s Talk It Over (Trad. arr. by BW) -Andy Fairweather-Low on lead vocals
                   - All Night Long (Clifton Chenier) -BW on lead vocals
                   - Saturday Night (Roy Brown) -Geraint Watkins on lead vocals
                   - Baby Please Don’t Go (Mary Johnson) -Chris Rea on lead vocals
                   Line-up: BW (bass, voc)/CW (dr)/RW (sax)/Andy Fairweather-Low (gtr, voc)/
                                  Mickey Gee (gtr)/Geraint Watkins (p, voc, accordion)/Terry Taylor (perc)/
                                  Kenney Jones (perc, dr)/Henry Spinetti (perc)/Mel Collins (sax)/Raphael
                                  Ravenscroft (sax)
                   Starring: Ringo Starr (janitor)/John Wilson (compere)/Chris Jagger and John
                                   Entwistle (audience extras)
                   Note: Playback. Baby Please Don’t Go was also used as promovideo.

850317A  17th March: European MTV (MTV) ‘Mick Jagger In Paris’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Jools Holland (in Paris, February)

850320A  20th March: NONA HENDRYX. New York, Power Station Studios. Producers:
                   Bernard Edwards, Jason Corsaro and Nona Hendryx. Sound engineer: Jason Corsaro.
                   - Rock This House (Nona Hendryx)
                   Line-up: KR (gtr)/Nona Hendryx (voc, p)/Eddie Martinez (gtr)/Ronnie Drayton
                                  (gtr)/Bernard Edwards (bass)/Trevor Gale (dr)/Ed Stasium (gtr, tamb)/
                                  Hugo and Vanessa Cole Burnham (bvoc)

850321A  21st March: US radio (D.I.R.) 'A Very Special Evening With Mick Jagger', incl..
                   - interview with MJ by Lisa Robinson (live from New York City)
                   + MJ answering phone-calls from fans

850323A  23rd March: A DRUM TRIO. London, England, Camden Jazz Festival
                   Line-up: CW (dr)/John Stevens (dr)/Clifford Jarvis (dr)

850324A  24th March: Swiss radio (DRS) ‘Formel 3’, incl.
                    - jingle by MJ

850327A  26th March: Austrian TV (ORF2) ‘Musik Szene 85’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Hannes Rossacher (Paris, CBS-office, February 1985)
                    - Satisfaction (MJ/KR) -Hampton 18.12.81, part only
                    Note: Also broadcast on German TV (ARD) on the 3rd April.

850331A  31st March: US TV (MTV). Report about the re-opening of the Hard Rock
                   Cafe in London, with BW among the guests.

850331B  31st March: US TV (NBC). Report about the re-opening of the Hard Rock
                   Cafe in London, with BW among the guests.

850300D  March: UK TV (BBC2) ‘Whistle Test’., incl.
                   - MJ goes shopping in Paris
                   - interview with MJ by David Hepworth (Paris, January ‘85)

850401A  1st April onwards: MICK JAGGER. London. Shooting of a promo video. Director:
                   Julien Temple.
                    - Lucky In Love (MJ/Carlos Alomar)
                    Note: The finished promovideo consists of newly shot scenes & footage filmed in
                               Brazil in December 1984.

850404A  4th April: German TV (ZDF) ‘exclusiv’., incl.
                    - interview with Bianca Jagger
                    + footage from her wedding with MJ (St. Tropéz, France 12.05.71)

850405A  5th April: Canadian TV (CBC) 'Good Rockin' Tonite', incl.
                   - jingle by MJ

850405B  5th April - 17th June: Boulogne-Billancourt (near Paris), France, Pathé-
                   Marconi Studios. Producers: The Glimmer Twins and (from 10th May onwards:
                   Steve Lillywhite. Sound engineer: Dave Jerden. Additional musician: Chuck
                   Leavell (keyb). Also jams with Steve Jordan (dr) and members of Duran Duran.
                   session 6th April incl.:
                   - One Hit (MJ/KR/RW) -MJ on vocals
                   session 8th April incl.:
                   - Rock jam
                   - Breakin' (MJ/KR) -KR on vocals; various takes
                   - Breakin' (MJ/KR) -MJ on vocals; various takes
                   session 10th April, incl.:
                   - Had It With You (MJ/KR/RW) -several takes; very embyonic
                   + short interviews with MJ & KR by fans (outside of the studio)
                   session 13th April, incl.:
                   - funky instrumental ( )
                   - Strictly Memphis (MJ/KR) -various takes
                   - unknown blues ( )
                   - Back To Zero (MJ/KR/Chuck Leavell) -various rehearsals, very embryonic
                   - unknown slow song ( )
                   - Golden Caddy (MJ/KR) -guitar rehearsal
                   - Dirty Work (MJ/KR/RW)
                   session 15th April, incl.:
                   - One Hit (MJ/KR) -MJ on vocals; several takes of the verses (working title:
                         I Can't See Nobody)
                   session 19th April, incl.:
                   - Harlem Shuffle (Bob Relf/Ernest Nelson) -several takes
                   session 5th May, incl.:
                   - Sleep Tonight (MJ/KR) -KR on vocals
                   session 8th May, incl.:
                   - unknown ballad ( ) -KR on vocals
                   - Baby You’re Too Much (MJ/KR) -several takes; KR on vocals
                   session 16th May, incl.:
                   - One Hit (MJ/KR/RW) -several takes; MJ on lead vocals
                   session 17th May, incl.:
                   - Treat Me Like A Fool (MJ/KR/RW)
                   - One Hit (MJ/KR/RW) -several takes; KR on lead vocals
                   session ?th May, incl.:
                  - She Never Listens To Me (MJ/KR) -several takes; KR on vocals
                  - Strictly Memphis (MJ/KR) -several takes
                  - Putty In Your Hands (John Patton/Kay Rogers) -several takes
                  - What Am I Gonna Do With Your Love (MJ/KR) -several takes
                   session 22nd May, incl.:
                   - short conversation with KR (outside of the studio)
                   session 24th May, incl.:
                   - One Hit (MJ/KR/RW) -MJ on lead vocals
                   session in late May and/or early June, incl.
                   - Fight (MJ/KR/RW) -several takes
                   - One Hit (MJ/KR/RW) -several takes; KR on lead vocals
                   - One Hit (MJ/KR/RW) -several takes; MJ on lead vocals
                   - Fight (MJ/KR/RW) -several guitar overdubs
                   session 12th June, incl.:
                   - Back To Zero (MJ/KR/Chuck Leavell) -several takes
                   session 13th June, incl.:
                   - Deep Love (MJ/KR) -several takes; instrumental

                  results of various sessions (some might be from NYC, see 850716A):

                  - Baby You're Too Much II (MJ/KR) -early version without sax
                  - Back To Zero I (MJ/KR/Chuck Leavell) -early version
                  - Beside You II (MJ/KR) a/k/a I Can't See Nobody
                  - Breakin’ (MJ/KR) -KR on vocals; title unsure
                  - Crushed Pearl (MJ/KR) -KR on vocals
                  - “Cut Your Throat“ (MJ/KR?) -KR on vocals; title unsure
                  - The Darker Side Of Me (MJ/KR) -unverified
                  - Deep Love I (MJ/KR) -KR on vocals, Chuck Leavell on drums
                  - Dirty Work I (MJ/KR/RW) -instrumental
                  - Dirty Work II (MJ/KR/RW) -early lyrics
                  - “Don’t Get Mad” (MJ/KR) -improvisaton, KR on vocals
                  - Fight I (MJ/KR/RW) -KR on vocals
                  - Fight II (MJ/KR/RW) -MJ on vocals, early lyrics
                  - Golden Opportunity (MJ/KR/RW) -unverified
                  - Had It With You I (MJ/KR/RW) -partly with very early You Can’t Cut The
                       Mustard-lyrics
                  - Had It With You II (MJ/KR/RW) -aborted
                  - Had It With You III (MJ/KR/RW) -early lyrics
                  - Hard To Carry On (MJ/KR/RW) -unverified
                  - Harlem Shuffle I (Bob Relf/Ernest Nelson) -with spoken words-part
                  - Harlem Shuffle II (Bob ReIf/Ernest Nelson) -no spoken words, no bvoc
                  - High Temperature (Walter Jacobs/Joel Michael Cohen) -KR on vocals
                  - I Don’t Wanna Hurt You (MJ/KR) -unverified
                  - I Got A Hard-On For You Baby (MJ/KR) -unverified
                  - If I Don’t Have You II (Gregory Isaacs)
                  - If I Don’t Have You III (Gregory Isaacs)
                  - I Need Your Love (MJ/KR) -unverified
                  - In Love (MJ/KR) -unverified
                  - Knock Your Teeth Out (RW) -unverified Stones-version
                  - Loving You Is Sweeter Than Ever (Stevie Wonder/Ivy Hunter)
                  - My Baby Left Me (MJ/KR) -KR on vocals; title unsure
                  - My Kind Of Rubbish (MJ/KR) -unverified
                  - One Hit II (MJ/KR/RW) -with guide vocals
                  - One Hit III (MJ/KR/RW) -instrumental
                  - Right Now (MJ/KR/RW) -unverified
                  - She Never Listens To Me (MJ/KR) -KR on vocals
                  - Sleep Tonight I (MJ/KR) -early version, no backing vocals
                  - Some Of Us Are On Our Knees (MJ/KR) -KR on vocals
                  - Stick It Where It Hurts (MJ/KR/RW) -RW on guide vocals
                  - Strictly Memphis I (MJ/KR) -only MJ on lead vocals, early lyrics
                  - Strictly Memphis II (MJ/KR) -only MJ on lead vocals, used later as demo for
                       Primitive Cool; unverified
                  - Talk Is Cheap (MJ/KR)  -KR on vocals
                  - Too Rude I (Lydon Roberts/Sly Dunbar/Robbie Shakespeare) -very slow
                  - Treat Me Like A Fool I (MJ/KR/RW) -KR on vocals; only the refrain
                      repeated over and over
                  - Treat Me Like A Fool II (MJ/KR/RW) -KR on vocals; only the refrain
                       repeated over and over, broken off
                  - Treat Me Like A Fool III (MJ/KR/RW) -KR on vocals
                  - Victor Hugo (MJ/KR) -KR on vocals
                  - What Am I Gonna Do With Your Love I (MJ/KR) -unverified version without
                       backing vocals
                  - What Am I Supposed To Do (MJ/KR) -KR, Bobby Womack and Don Covay
                        on vocals
                  - What You're Gonna Tell Your Boyfriend (MJ/KR) -KR on vocals; sounds like
                       a VERY early version of Sleep Tonight
                  - “Who’s Shagging Who” (MJ/KR) -jam with improvised vocals by KR
                  - “You Got It“ (MJ/KR) -KR on vocals; title unsure
                  - You Can’t Cut The Mustard (MJ/KR/RW) -very early version of Had It With
                       You with different lyrics
                   Note: Some of the unreleased MJ/KR-compositions could as well be MJ/KR/RW-
                            compositions. Some of the unverified songs could be listed twice under
                            different titles.

850409A  9th April: UK TV (BBC2) ‘Whistle Test Special’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ by David Hepworth (Paris, January ‘85)
                    - Fool To Cry (MJ/KR) -Paris 7.6.76
                    - Half A Loaf (MJ) -rehearsal for video shootings 12/84
                    - Secrets (MJ) -rehearsal for video shootings 12/84
                    - Sympathy For The Devil (MJ/KR) -from ‘One Plus One’-movie 6/68
                    - Satisfaction (MJ/KR) -from ‘Gimme Shelter’-movie 11/69
                    - Let’s Spend The Night Together (MJ/KR) -Top Of The Pops 25.1.67
                    - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR) -from ‘Gimme Shelter’-movie 11/69
                    - Street Fighting Man (MJ/KR) -live in Frankfurt 30.9.73
                    - Time Is On My Side (Jerry Ragavoy/Jimy Norman) -TAMI Show 29.10.64
                    + footage from ‘Ned Kelly’, ‘Fitzcarraldo’ and ‘Video Rewind’
                    + lots of promovideos through the years

850419A  19th April: RON WOOD. Boulogne-Billancourt (near Paris), France, Pathé-
                    Marconi Studios. Sound engineer: Dave Jerden. Unverified.
                    - unknown ( ) -several takes
                    - Treat Me Like A Fool (MJ/KR/RW) -several takes; instrumental
                    Musicians: RW (gtr, voc)/STU (dr)/Chuck Leavell (keyb)/Alan Rogan (bass)

850420A  20th April: French TV (A2) ‘Les Enfants Du Rock’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Dominique Farran (Paris, Hotel Crillon 22.1.85)

850425A  25th April: WILLIE AND THE POOR BOYS.
                   LP ‘Willie And The Poor Boys’ (Ripple Records BILL 1). Producer: BW.
                   Sound engineer: Stuart Epps. Recorded in November ‘84 and January ‘85.
                   A: - Baby Please Don’t Go (Mary Johnson)
                        - Can You Hear Me (Allen Toussaint)
                        - These Arms Of Mine (Otis Redding)
                        - Revenue Man (Johnny Paycheck)
                        - You Never Can Tell (Chuck Berry)
                        - Slippin’ And Slidin’ (Richard Penniman/Eddie Bocage/Al Collins/J. Smith)
                   B: - Saturday Night (Roy Brown)
                        - Let’s Talk It Over (Trad. arr. by BW)
                        - All Night Long (Clifton Chenier)
                        - Chicken Shack Boogie (Amos Milburn)
                        - Sugar Bee (Eddie Shuler)
                        - Poor Boy Boogie (BW/Andy Fairweather-Low)
                         Line-up ‘Baby Please Don’t Go’: BW (bass)/CW (dr)/Andy Fairweather-Low
                                       (gtr)/Mickey Gee (gtr)/Chris Rea (voc)/Geraint Watkins (p)
                        Line-up ‘Can You Hear Me’: BW (bass, bvoc)/CW (dr)/Andy Fairweather-
                                      Low (gtr, voc)/Mickey Gee (gtr, bvoc)/Geraint Watkins (p)/Ray
                                      Cooper (perc)/Steve Gregory (horns)
                        Line-up ‘These Arms Of Mine’: Jimmy Page (gtr)/Paul Rodgers (voc)/Andy
                                       Fairweather-Low (bass)/Geraint Watkins (p)/Steve Gregory (horns)/
                                       Henry Spinett (dr)
                        Line-up ‘Revenue Man’: BW (bass)/Henry Spinetti (dr)/Andy Fairweather-
                                       Low (gtr, bvoc)/Mickey Gee (voc, gtr)/Geraint Watkins (p)
                        Line-up ‘You Never Can Tell’: BW (voc, bass)/Terry Williams (dr)/Andy
                                       Fairweather-Low (gtr)/Mickey Gee (gtr)/Geraint Watkins (p)/Ray
                                       Cooper (perc)/Willie Garnett (horns)
                        Line-up ‘Slippin’ And Slidin’’: BW (bass)/Jimmy Page (gtr)/Paul Rodgers
                                       (voc)/Andy Fairweather-Low (bass)/Geraint Watkins (p)/Henry
                                       Spinett (dr)
                        Line-up ‘Saturday Night’: BW (bass, perc)/CW (dr)/Andy Fairweather-Low
                                       (gtr, perc)/Mickey Gee (gtr)/Geraint Watkins (voc, org, p)/Willie
                                       Garnett (horns)
                        Line-up ‘Let’s Talk It Over’: BW (bass, bvoc)/CW (dr)/Andy Fairweather-
                                       Low (gtr, voc)/Mickey Gee (gtr)/Geraint Watkins (p, org)/Steve
                                       Gregory (horns)
                        Line-up ‘All Night Long’: BW (voc, perc)/CW (dr)/Andy Fairweather-
                                       Low (bass, bvoc)/Mickey Gee (gtr, bvoc)/Steve Gregory & Willie
                                       Garnett (horns)/Geraint Watkins (accordion, bvoc)
                        Line-up ‘Chicken Shack Boogie’: BW (bass, perc)/Terry Williams (dr)/Andy
                                       Fairweather-Low (gtr)/Mickey Gee (gtr)/Geraint Watkins (voc, p)/
                                       Steve Gregory & Willie Garnett (horns)
                        Line-up ‘Chicken Shack Boogie’: BW (bass, bvoc)/Kenney Jones (dr)/Andy
                                       Fairweather-Low (voc, gtr)/Mickey Gee (gtr)/Geraint Watkins (p)/
                                       Willie Garnett (horns)
                        Line-up ‘Poor Boy Boogie’: BW (bvoc, bass, perc)/Terry Williams (dr)/Andy
                                       Fairweather-Low (voc, gtr)/Mickey Gee (gtr)/Geraint Watkins (p,
                                     accordion)
                        Note: Revenue Man (original title: Revenoor Man) was written by Johnny
                                  Paycheck under the pseudonym Donny Young. It's a re-write of White
                                  Lightning (author: J.P. Richardson).

850428A  28th April: US TV (MTV), short documentary on Willie And The Poor Boys.

850500A  May: WILLIE AND THE POOR BOYS.
                   7" single (Mercury 880 763-7, Germany). Producer: BW.
                   A: Baby Please Don’t Go (Mary Johnson)
                   B: Let’s Talk It Over (Trad. arr. by BW)
                   Line-up: see 850425A.

850500B  May: Paris, France. Interview with KR by Guido Toffoletti (50 min.).

850509A  9th May: French TV (Canal+) '4C+', incl.
                   - interview with BW Alain Chabat (probably in Paris)

850512A  12th May: French TV (A2) ‘Les Enfants Du Rock’. Rolling Stones-special, incl.
                    - Around And Around (Chuck Berry) -TAMI Show 29.10.64
                    - Off The Hook (MJ/KR) -TAMI Show 29.10.64
                    - Time Is On My Side (Jerry Ragavoy/Jimmy Norman) -TAMI Show 29.10.64
                    - It’s All Over Now (Bobby and Shirley Womack) -TAMI Show 29.10.64
                    - I’m Alright (Ellas McDaniel) -TAMI Show 29.10.64
                    - Get Together (Closing Jam)( ) -TAMI Show 29.10.64
                    - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR) -Paris 6.6.76
                    - Star Star (MJ/KR) -Paris 6.6.76
                    - You Gotta Move (Fred McDowell/Gary Davis) -Paris 6.6.76
                    - Happy (MJ/KR) -Paris 6.6.76
                    - Outa Space (Billy Preston/Joe Greene) -Paris 7.6.76
                    - Midnight Rambler (MJ/KR) -Paris 7.6.76
                    - Angie (MJ/KR) -Paris 4.6.76
                    - It’s Only Rock’n Roll (MJ/KR)  -Paris 6.6.76
                    - Brown Sugar (MJ/KR)  -Paris 6.6.76
                    - Jumping Jack Flash (MJ/KR) -Paris 6.6.76
                    - Street Fighting Man (MJ/KR) -Paris 6,6.76

850500C  mid-May: MICK JAGGER.
                   7" single (CBS 6213). Producers: MJ and Bill Laswell.
                   A: Lucky In Love (MJ/Carlos Alomar) -7" single version
                   B: Running Out Of Luck (MJ)
                   Line-up: see 850225B.
                   Note: Additional production and remix of side A by Francois Kevorkian
                             and Ron St. Germain.

850500D  mid-May: MICK JAGGER.
                   12" single (CBS TA 6213). Producers: MJ and Bill Laswell.
                    A: Lucky In Love (MJ/Carlos Alomar) -Extended version
                    B: Lucky In Love V (MJ/Carlos Alomar) -Dub version
                    B: Running Out Of Luck (MJ)
                    Note: Additional production and remix of Lucky In Love by Francois
                              Kevorkian and Ron St. Germain.

850519A  19th May: US radio (ABC) 'King Biscuit Flower Hour'. Willie And The Poor Boys-
                    special. Host: Bill Minkin. Incl.
                    - interview with BW
                    - I’m Mad (John Lee Hooker)
                    - Down In The Bottom (Willie Dixon)
                    Note: The listed songs are outtakes from the Willie And The Poor Boys-
                               sessions in November 1984 (see 841100D).

850525A  25th May: US TV (MTV) ‘Making Of Willie And The Poor Boys-Video’.
                    Report from the shootings (London 11. & 12.3.85) (60 min.) + concert footage.

850526A  26th May: UK radio (Radio London) ‘Echoes’, incl.
                    - interview with Chris Jagger
                    - Trouble In Mind (Richard M. Jones) -Olympic Studios 8.11.-26.11.66
                    Note: Chris Jagger plays an acetate of this rare Stones-outtake.

850600A  June: WILLIE AND THE POOR BOYS.
                   Video ‘Willie And The Poor Boys’ (Polygram 041 227 2). Directors: Eddie
                   Arno & Markus Innocenti.
                   Note: For all other info, see 850311A.

850600B  June: BOB DYLAN.
                   LP ‘Empire Burlesque’ (CBS 86313). Producer: Bob Dylan. Sound engineer: Josh
                   Abbey. Recorded in New York, Delta Sound 7/84. Incl.
                    - Clean Cut Kid (Bob Dylan)
                    Line-up: RW (gtr)/Bob Dylan (voc, gtr)/Benmont Tench (p)/John Paris (bass)/
                                   Anton Fig (dr)/Carol Dennis, Peggi Blu & Queen Esther Marrow (bvoc)
                    Note: This album also includes one song with MT (see Taylor Made Works-book
                               entry 850600A).

850602A  2nd June: Austrian TV (ORF2) ‘Clip’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ by Jools Holland (in Paris)

850606A  6th June: London. Promo party for the ‘Willie And The Poor Boys’-video.

850606B  6th June: UK TV (BBC) ‘Breakfast Time’, incl. report from the video shooting of
                   Willie And The Poor Boys (see 850311), incl.
                   - interview with RW (Fulham Town Hall, March 11 or 12, 1985)
                   - interview w. Andy Fairweather-Low (Fulham Town Hall, March 11 or 12, 1985)
                   - interview with Kenney Jones (Fulham Town Hall, March 11 or 12, 1985)
                   - interview with BW (Fulham Town Hall, March 11 or 12, 1985)

850600C  June: UK TV (TVS) ‘Coast To Coast’, incl.
                   - All Night Long (Clifton Chenier) -’WATPB’-video 3/85, part only
                   - interview with BW by Christopher Peacock
                   - Baby Please Don’t Go (Mary Johnson) -’WATPB’-video 3/85, part only
                   - interview with Chris Rea
                   - interview with Bob Geldof
                   - Chicken Shack Boogie (Amos Milburn) -’WATPB’-video 3/85, part only

850607A  7th June: UK TV (TV-am) ‘Good Morning Britain’, incl.
                    - interview with BW and Andy Fairweather-Low by Anne Diamond & Nick Owen
                    - Saturday Night (Roy Brown) -from ‘WATPB’-video 3/85

850608A  8th June: UK radio (BBC1) ‘Saturday Live’, incl.
                    - interview with BW and Andy Fairweather-Low by Richard Skinner

850608B  8th June: ROCKET 88. Cologne, Germany, Volksgarten, ‘Blues & Boogie Festival
                   ‘85’, incl.
                   - Little Red Rooster (Willie Dixon)
                   + more
                   Line-up: STU (p)/Jimmy Roche (gtr)/Roger Sutton (bass, voc)/& others
                   Note: Soundboard recording was made by German radio (Deutschlandfunk).

850609A  9th June: US radio (ABC) ‘King Biscuit Flower Hour’. Host: Bill Minkin. Incl.
                   - Brown Sugar (MJ/KR) -Brussels 17.10.73 (1st show)
                   - Happy (MJ/KR) -Brussels 17.10.73 (1st show)
                   - Gimme Shelter (MJ/KR) -Brussels 17.10.73 (1st show)
                   - Tumbling Dice (MJ/KR) -Brussels 17.10.73 (1st show)
                   - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR) -Brussels 17.10.73 (1st show)
                   - interview with MJ
                   - Under My Thumb (MJ/KR) -Pontiac 01.12.81
                   - Start Me Up (MJ/KR) -Largo 09.12.81
                   - Miss You (MJ/KR) -Hampton 18.12.81
                   - Shattered (MJ/KR) -live in Pontiac 01.12.81
                   - interview with KR
                   - Beast Of Burden (MJ/KR) -Lexington 29.06.78
                   - Jumping Jack Flash (MJ/KR) -Houston 18.07.78

850617A  17th June: UK TV (Sky Channel) ‘Sky Trax Magazine’, incl.
                    - interview with BW by Amanda Redington (Video Café, London, 6.6.85)

850621A  21st June: ROCKET 88. London, The Mean Fiddler
                   Line-up: STU (p)/Willie Garnett (sax)/John Picard (sax)/& others

850621B  21st June: UK TV (Channel 4) ‘Ready, Steady, Go!’. Repeat of an episode
                   from the 60’s, incl.
                   - Around And Around (Chuck Berry) -playback 20.11.64

850623A  23rd June: German TV (ARD) ‘Tempo 85’. Mick Jagger-special (45 min).
                   - interview with MJ by Jools Holland (in Paris, February)
                   - Half A Loaf (MJ) -video shootings ‘Running Out Of Luck’-movie 12/84
                   - Secrets (MJ) -video shootings ‘Running Out Of Luck’-movie 12/84

850624A  24th June: WILLIE AND THE POOR BOYS. London, Fulham Town Hall.
                   Video shootings. Director:
                   - These Arms Of Mine (Otis Redding)
                   Line-up: BW (bass)/CW (dr)/RW (sax)/Paul Rodgers (voc)/Jimmy Page (gtr)/... (sax)

850626A  26th June: German TV (ARD) ‘Musik Szene 85’, incl.
                   - short comment by KR

850628A  28th June: Norwegian radio (P1) 'Rolling Stones Utfordrer The Beatles'. Host:
                   Stein Dag Jensen. Incl.
                   - Everybody Needs Somebody To Love (Russell/Burke/Wexler) -Oslo 24.06.1965,
                       part only
                   - interview with KR & MJ (from press conference Oslo 23.06.1965)

850629A  29th June: MICK JAGGER & DAVID BOWIE. London, Westside Studios.
                   Producers: Clive Langer and Alan Winstanley. Additional producers (ca. mid - late July,
                   New York, Power Station & Atlantic Studios and Media Sound): MJ, Nile Rodgers,
                   Steve Thompson and Michael Barbiero. Sound engineers: Bob Clearmountain, Mark
                   Saunders and Stephen Benben.
                   - Dancing In The Street I (Ivy Hunter/William Stevenson/Marvin Gaye) -promovideo
                        version (without brass, the basic Westside-version)
                   - Dancing In The Street II -7" Instrumental
                   - Dancing In The Street III -7" Clearmountain Mix
                   - Dancing In The Street IV -12" Edit
                   - Dancing In The Street V -12" Steve Thompson-mix
                   - Dancing In The Street VI -12" Dub Version
                   Musicians: MJ (voc)/David Bowie (voc)/Kevin Armstrong (gtr)/G.E. Smith (gtr)/Earl
                                      Slick (gtr)/Matthew Seligman (bass)/John Regan (bass)/Neil Conti (dr)/
                                      Pedro Ortiz (perc)/Jimmy Naelen (perc)/Nac Gollehon (tp)/Stan Harrison
                                      (sax)/Lenny Pickett (sax)/Steve Nieve (keyb)/Helena Springs & Tessa
                                      Niles (bvoc)

850629B  29th - 30th June: MICK JAGGER & DAVID BOWIE. London, George V. Docks.
                    Director: David Mallet. Shootings of a promo video.
                    - Dancing In The Street 1 (Hunter/Stevenson/Gaye) -version 1, with b-roll
                         footage and non-brass-version of the song
                    - Dancing In The Street 2 (Ivy Hunter/William Stevenson/Marvin Gaye) -version
                         2, finished video with non-brass-version of the song (shown at Live Aid)
                    - Dancing In The Street 3 (Ivy Hunter/William Stevenson/Marvin Gaye) -version
                         3, finished video with finished version of the song

850630A  30th June: Swedish radio (P3) ‘Käre Keith Richards’, incl.
                   - Worried Life Blues (John Estes/Major Merriweather) -Toronto 3/77
                   - Little Queenie (Chuck Berry) -Salute!, Los Angeles 16.7.83
                   + host Bengt Andersson reads from letters which KR wrote to him
                   Note: Re-aired on Swedish Radio SR Minnen on August 20, 2008.

850700A  July: LONE JUSTICE.
                   12" single (Geffen TX 6426). Producer: Jimmy Iovine. Sound engineer: Shelly
                    Yakus. Recorded in New York City, The Power Station in August 1984.
                    [A: Sweet, Sweet Baby (Maria McKee/B. Tench/Steven Van Zandt) -Remix]
                    [B: Pass It On (Maria McKee)]
                    B: Go 'Way Little Boy (Bob Dylan)
                    Line-up: RW (gtr)/Bob Dylan (gtr)/Maria McKee (voc, harm)/Ryan Hedgecock
                                   (gtr)/Marvin Etzioni (bass, bvoc)/Don Heffington (dr)/Benmont Tench
                                   (org, p, wurlitzer)

850700B  early Summer: MICK JAGGER. New York City, unidentified studio. Producers:
                    Rick Chertoff and William Wittman. Recording with The Hooters as backing
                    band:
                    - Hard Woman III (MJ) -new single version
                   Line-up ‘Hard Woman: MJ (voc)/David Uosikkinen (dr)/Eric Bazilian (gtr)/
                                 John Milley (gtr)/Rob Miller (bass)/Rob Hyman (keyb)

850704A  4th July: US radio (NBC) 'Rock Of Your Life'. Host: Charlie Kendall. Incl.
                   - interview with BW
                   - interview with Little Richard (about the Stones)
                   - interview with MJ
                   - interview with KR
                   - interview with BJ
                   Note: Repeated in a revised and slightly shortened version on July 4, 1986.

850704B  4th - 7th July: US radio (Westwood One) 'Time On Our Side'. Host: Roger Daltrey.
                   Rolling Stones-special (six hours), incl.
                   - interview with MJ & RW by Mary Turner (Summer 1980)
                   - interview with KR by Mary Turner (Spring 1981)
                   - interview with BW by Mary Turner (Summer 1980)

850708A  8th July onwards: MICK JAGGER. New York City, S.I.R. Studios. MJ rehearses
                   with Hall & Oates (and their band) for the upcoming ‘Live Aid’-gig. Unverified.
                   - complete Live Aid-set (see 850713B)
                   + Beast Of Burden (MJ/KR) -unconfirmed
                   Line-up: MJ (voc)/Daryl Hall (keyb)/John Dates (gtr, bvoc)/G.E. Smith (gtr)/
                                  T-Bone Wolk (bass)/Mickey Curry (dr)/Charlie De Chant (sax, keyb)

850708B  8th July: US TV (ABC) ‘Good Morning America’, incl.
                    - You Never Can Tell (Chuck Berry) -from WATPB-video 03.85
                    - interview with BW by Joan Lunden (from London, via satellite)

850711A  11th July: LONNIE MACK. New York City, Lone Star Café
                    - Lonely Man (Benny Benjamin/Sol Marcus)
                    - The Things That I Used To Do (Edward Jones)
                    Line-up: KR (gtr)/RW (gtr)/Lonnie Mack (voc, gtr)/& 3-men backing band
                    Note: Soundboard recording was made.

850711B  11th July: Canadian TV (City TV) 'The New Music'. Host: Laurie Brown. Incl.
                    - interview with BW (in London)
                    Note: Aired on a later date.

850712A  12th July: MICK JAGGER & TINA TURNER. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, John F.
                    Kennedy Stadium. MJ, Tina Turner and Hall & Oates rehearse together.

850712B  12th July: BOB DYLAN. New York City, basement of Ron Wood’s house.
                    Rehearsals for the upcoming ‘Live Aid’-concert.
                    tape 1:
                    - Ballad Of Hollis Brown (Bob Dylan)
                    - Girl From The North Country (Bob Dylan)
                    - Blowin’ In The Wind (Bob Dylan)
                    - Trouble (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller) -intro, played by RW, broken off
                    tape 2:
                    - Blowin’ In The Wind 1(Bob Dylan)
                    - Baby Better Talk To Me ( ) -title unsure
                    - Ballad Of Hollis Brown 1 (Bob Dylan)
                    - Careless Ethiopians (Toots Hibbert)
                    - discussion about Mick Taylor
                    - Blowin’ In The Wind 2 (Bob Dylan)
                    - Ballad Of Hollis Brown 2 (Bob Dylan)
                    - Little Maggie/Ballad Of Hollis Brown 3 (Trad.)/(Bob Dylan)
                    - Ballad Of Hollis Brown 4 (Bob Dylan)
                    - Ballad Of Hollis Brown 5 (Bob Dylan)
                    - When The Ship Comes In 1 (Bob Dylan)
                    - When The Ship Comes In 2 (Bob Dylan)
                    - Dark Eyes 1 (Bob Dylan)
                    - Dark Eyes 2 (Bob Dylan)
                    - Dark Eyes 3/Freight Train (Bob Dylan)(Trad.)
                    - Ballad Of Hollis Brown 6 (Bob Dylan)
                    Line-up: KR (gtr, voc)/RW (gtr, voc)/Bob Dylan (gtr, voc)

850713A  13th July: US TV (MTV) ‘Live Aid’, Philadelphia, J.F.K. Stadium, backstage
                    - interview with MJ by Alan Hunter

850713B  13th July: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, John F. Kennedy Stadium, 'Live Aid' (benefit
                   concert for the starving people in Africa), incl.
                   MICK JAGGER & DAVID BOWIE:
                   - Dancing In The Street (Ivy Hunter/William Stevenson/Marvin Gaye) -world premiere
                       of the promo video (version 2)
                   MICK JAGGER:
                   - Lonely At The Top (MJ/KR)
                   - Just Another Night (MJ)
                   - Miss You (MJ/KR)
                   MICK JAGGER & TINA TURNER:
                   - State Of Shock/It’s Only Rock’n Roll (Michael Jackson/Randy Hansen)(MJ/KR)
                   Line-up: MJ (voc)/Tina Turner (voc)/Daryl Hall (keyb)/John Oates (gtr, bvoc)/
                                  G.E. Smith (gtr)/T-Bone Wolk (bass)/Mickey Curry (dr)/Charlie De
                                  Chant (sax, keyb)/Eddie Kendricks (bvoc)/David Ruffin (bvoc)
                   BOB DYLAN:
                   - Ballad Of Hollis Brown (Bob Dylan)
                   - When The Ship Comes In (Bob Dylan)
                   - Blowin’ In The Wind (Bob Dylan)
                   Line-up: KR (gtr)/RW (gtr)/Bob Dylan (gtr, voc, harm)
                   USA FOR AFRICA:
                   - We Are The World (Michael Jackson/Lionel Richie)
                   Line-up: MJ (bvoc)/Lionel Richie (voc)/Harry Belafonte (voc)/Pat Benatar (voc)/
                                  Dionne Warwick (voc)/Kenny Loggins (voc)/Patti LaBelle (voc)/& nearly
                                  everyone at J.F.K.Stadium (bvoc)
                   Note: Broadcast and televised live all over the world.
                             Released on DVD in 2004 (see 041108A).

850715A  15th July: US TV (ABC) ‘Good Morning America’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ & Tina Turner by Steve Fox (backstage at Live Aid 13.07.)

850715B  15th July: MICK JAGGER. Los Angeles. Shooting of a promo film. Director: ?.
                    Created by Digital Productions.
                    - Hard Woman (MJ)

850715C  15th July: US TV (syndicated) ‘Entertainment Tonight’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ (backstage at Live Aid, Philadelphia 13.07.)

850716A  16th July - 17th August (with breaks): New York City, RPM Studios. Producer: The
                    Glimmer Twins & Steve Lillywhite. Sound engineer: Dave Jerden.
                    Additional musicians: Jimmy Page (gtr on ‘One Hit’, 16th & 17th July)/Bobby
                    Womack (gtr on ‘Back To Zero’ & ‘Hold Back’, bvoc on ‘Harlem Shuffle’,
                    ‘Strictly Memphis’, ‘‘One Hit’)/Don Covay (bvoc on ‘One Hit’)/Jimmy Cliff
                    (bvoc on ‘Too Rude’)/Beverly D’Angelo (bvoc on ‘One Hit’)/Kirsty MacColl
                    (bvoc)/Patti Scialfa (bvoc on ‘One Hit’)/Tom Waits (bvoc on ‘Harlem Shuffle’)/
                    Chuck Leavell (keyb, synth, dr)/Ivan Neville (bass on ‘Hold Back’)/Anton Fig,
                    Charley Drayton and Steve Jordan (all dr and/or perc)/Alan Rogan (gtr)/Janice
                    Pendarvis (bvoc)/Dolette McDonald (bvoc)/John Regan (bass)/Dan Collette
                    (horns)/Philippe Saisse (keyb)/Jon Moss (dr)/Danny Kortchmar (gtr)/Paul
                    Shaffer (keyb)/Marku Ribas (perc on ‘Back To Zero’)/The Uptown Horns (brass).
                    - Baby You’re Too Much III (MJ/KR) -with Bobby Keys on sax
                    - Deep Love II (MJ/KR) -MJ on vocals; unverified
                    - Fight III (MJ/KR/RW) -instrumental
                    - Harlem Shuffle III (Bob Relf/Ernest Nelson) -finished intro, with bvoc
                    - Hold Back I (MJ/KR) -unverified
                    - Nobody’s Perfect (MJ/KR) -unverified
                    - One Hit IV (MJ/KR/RW) -nearly finished music, alternate lyrics
                    - One Hit V (MJ/KR/RW) -version IV with backing vocals
                    - Sending Out Invitations (a/k/a Invitation)(RW/Bobby Womack) -Bobby
                         Womack & Don Covay on vocals; as "side-project" The Podiums
                    - Sleep Tonight II (MJ/KR) -version I with additional guitars
                    - Strictly Memphis III (MJ/KR) -first duet-version (w. Bobby Womack)
                    - Strictly Memphis IV (MJ/KR) -version III with additional vocals
                    - Too Rude II (Lydon Roberts/Sly Dunbar/Robbie Shakespeare) -early take, much
                         shorter than take I
                    - Too Rude III (Lydon Roberts/Sly Dunbar/Robbie Shakespeare) -version II with
                         backing vocals
                    - What Am I Gonna Do With Your Love II (MJ/KR) -with additional backing
                         vocals
                    - Winning Ugly I (MJ/KR) -early version with different lyrics
                    - Winning Ugly II (MJ/KR) -early version, longer than I with additional bass

850719A  19th July: TOM WAITS. New York City, Quadrasonic Studio. Producer: Tom Waits.
                    Sound engineer: Robert Musso.
                    - Big Black Mariah (Tom Waits)
                    - Blind Love (Tom Waits) -Robert Quine on guitar, Ross Levinson on violin
                    - Good Dogwood (Tom Waits or KR/Tom Waits) -unverified
                    - Motel Girl (Tom Waits or KR/Tom Waits) -unverified
                    - Union Square (Tom Waits) -Michael Blair on drums, Ralph Carney on sax
                    + probably one more
                    Line-up: KR (gtr, bvoc)/Tom Waits (voc, gtr)/Larry Taylor (bass)/
                                   Stephen Arvizu Taylor Hodges (dr)

850725A  25th July: DON COVAY. New York City, Giant Sound Studios. Producer:?
                   Additional musicians: KR and RW.

850725B  25th July: US radio (Radio International). Mick Jagger-special (120 min.).

850728A  28th July: Austrian TV (ORF2) ‘Ohne Maulkorb Spezial’, "Jagger Richards - eine
                   Gegenüberstellung" , incl.
                   - interview with KR by Rudi Dolezal (in Paris, ca. Spring 1985)
                   - interview with MJ by Hannes Rossacher (in Paris, CBS-office, February 1985)
                   + footage from the making of 'Running Out Of Luck'-movie, Brazil 12.84

850800A  Summer?: New York City, RW’s home studio.
                    - Will You Love Me Tomorrow (Gerry Goffin/Carole King) -unverified
                    Musicians: RW, KR and Jo Wood

850800B  Summer: GUIDO TOFFOLETTI.
                   LP ‘No Compromise’ (Appaloosa AP 048). Producers: Moon Record and Guido
                   Toffoletti. Recorded in early 1984 in London, Scarf Studios. With STU on piano on:
                   - You Know The Reason Why (Guido Toffoletti)
                   - Try Just One More Time (Guido Toffoletti)
                   - Let Me Hold You Tight (Guido Toffoletti) -MT on guitar
                   - The Same Old Story (Guido Toffoletti)
                   Note: For all other info, see 840100A.

850800C  early August: NONA HENDRYX.
                   LP ‘The Heat’ (RCA PL 85465). Producers: Bernard Edwards, Jason Corsaro and
                   Nona Hendryx. Recorded in New York City, The Power Station on the 20th March
                   1985. With KR on guitar on:
                   - Rock This House (Nona Hendryx)
                   Note: For all other info see 850320B.

850800D  August: BLUES ‘N’ TROUBLE. London, Tin Pan Alley Studios.
                   Producer and sound engineer: Neil Brockbank.
                   - All My Love In Vain (Rice Miller)
                   - Clock On The Wall (Tim Elliott/Blues ‘N’ Trouble)
                   - Fine Fine Fine (Semien/Soileau)
                   - Madison Blues (Elmore James)
                   Line-up: STU (p)/Dave Neill (gtr, voc)/John Bruce (gtr)/Tim Elliott (voc, harm)/
                                  Alan Scott (bass)/Sean Scott (dr)

850801A  1st August: US TV (NBC) ‘Late Night With David Letterman’, incl.
                    - interview with BW by David Letterman

850808A  8th August: US TV (NBC) ‘Friday Night Videos’, New York, Panavideo Studios.
                    Telerecording.
                    - interview with BW

850808B  8th August: PHANTOM, ROCKER & SLICK. New York, Media Sound Studios.
                   Producer: Steve Thompson and Michael Barbiero. Sound engineer: Michael Barbiero.
                   - My Mistake (Slim Jim Phantom/Lee Rocker)
                   Line-up: KR (gtr)/Lee Rocker (voc, bass)/Slim Jim Phantom (dr, bvoc)/
                                  Earl Slick (gtr, bvoc)

850810A  10th August (early Morning): New York City, RPM Studios. Unverified jam-session.
                    - Bring It On Home To Me (Sam Cooke)
                    - Having A Party (Sam Cooke)
                    - Your Cheatin’ Heart (Hank Williams)
                    - A Natural Man (Gerry Goffin/Carole King/Jerry Wexler)
                    - Satisfaction (MJ/KR)
                    - Time Is On My Side (Jerry Ragavoy/Jimmy Norman)
                    Line-up: KR (gtr, p voc)/RW (bass)/CW (dr)/Bobby Womack (gtr, voc)/
                                   Don Covay (voc)

850811A  11th August: Austrian TV (ORF2) ‘Ohne Maulkorb Spezial' "Hilfe die Alten kommen",
                    incl. MJ, KR and BW.

850814A  14th August: German TV (ZDF) ‘exclusiv’, incl.
                    - footage of MJ at ‘Vogue’-party in Paris

850800E  mid-August: WILLIE AND THE POOR BOYS.
                   7" single (Mercury 884 034-7). Producer: BW. Sound engineer: Stuart Epps.
                   A: Revenue Man (Johnny Paycheck)
                   A: These Arms Of Mine (Otis Redding)
                   Line-up: see 850425A.                 
                   Note: Double A-sided single.

850819A  19th August: DAVID BOWIE & MICK JAGGER.
                   7" single (EMI America EA 204). Producers: Clive Langer & Alan Winstanley
                   A: Dancing In The Street (Ivy Hunter/William Stevenson/Marvin Gaye) -
                         Clearmountain Mix
                   B: Dancing In The Street (Ivy Hunter/William Stevenson/Marvin Gaye) -Instrumental

850819B  19th August: DAVID BOWIE & MICK JAGGER.
                   12" single (EMI America 12EA 204). Producers: Clive Langer & Alan Winstanley.
                   A: Dancing In The Street (Ivy Hunter/William Stevenson/Marvin Gaye) -
                           Steve Thompson Mix
                   B: Dancing In The Street (Ivy Hunter/William Stevenson/Marvin Gaye) -Dub Version
                   B: Dancing In The Street (Ivy Hunter/William Stevenson/Marvin Gaye) -Edit
                   Note: For all other info, see 850629A.

850829A  29th August: US TV (CBS) ‘Nightwatch’, incl.
                   - interview with BW (from London via satellite)

850902A  2nd September: UK TV (Sky Channel) ‘Sky Trax Magazine’, incl.
                   - interview with BW by Amanda Redington (Video Café, London, 6.6.85)

850910A  10th September - 15th October: New York, RPM Studios & 15th November - 5th
                   December: Right Track Studios. Producers: The Glimmer Twins & Steve Lillywhite.
                   Sound engineer: Dave Jerden. Mixing and editing of the upcoming album ‘Dirty Work’.
                  - Back To Zero II (MJ/KR/Chuck Leavell) -Dirty Work-version
                  - Back To Zero III (MJ/KR/Chuck Leavell) -faded promo-version
                  - Dirty Work III (MJ/KR/RW) -Dirty Work-version
                  - Fight IV (MJ/KR/RW) -Dirty Work-version
                  - Had It With You IV (MJ/KR/RW) -’Dirty Work’-version
                  - Harlem Shuffle IV (Bob Relf/Ernest Nelson) -Dirty Work-version
                  - Harlem Shuffle V (Bob Relf/Ernest Nelson) -12" NY Mix, remixed by Steve
                       Thompson and Michael Barbiero
                  - Harlem Shuffle VI (Bob Relf/Ernest Nelson) -12" London Mix, remixed by Steve
                       Lillywhite
                  - Hold Back II (MJ/KR) -Dirty Work-version
                  - One Hit VI (MJ/KR/RW) -Dirty Work-version
                  - One Hit VII (MJ/KR/RW) -faded promo-version
                  - One Hit VIII (MJ/KR/RW) -12" London Mix, remixed by Steve Lillywhite
                  - One Hit IX (MJ/KR/RW) -12" Edit
                  - Sleep Tonight III (MJ/KR) -Dirty Work-version
                  - Too Rude IV (Lydon Roberts/Sly Dunbar/Robbie Shakespeare) -Dirty Work-version
                  - Winning Ugly III (MJ/KR) -Dirty Work-version
                  - Winning Ugly IV (MJ/KR) -7" shortened promo-version
                  - Winning Ugly V (MJ/KR) -12" London Mix, remixed by Steve Lillywhite
                  - Winning Ugly VI (MJ/KR) -12" NY Nix, remixed by Francois Kevorkian
                  Note: All singles-remixes were probably done at later dates.

850912A  12th September: UK TV (BBC2) ‘Arena’, "The Real Buddy Holly Story". Incl.
                   - interview with KR
                   - Not Fade Away (Charles Hardin Holley/Norman Petty) -NME London
                       26.4.64, part only
                   Note: Released on video in August 1986 (see 860800C).

850913A  13th September: German TV (SFB) ‘Berliner Abendschau’. Berlin ‘65-review.
                    - Stones arrival on Tegel-airport
                    - Everybody Needs Somebody To Love (Bert Russell/Solomon Burke/Jerry Wexler)
                         -Berlin 15.9.65, part only
                    - interview with Heinrich Albertz (Senator for Security and Order, 1965)
                    - interview with DJ Hans-Dieter Frankenberg

850930A  30th September: TOM WAITS.
                   LP ‘Rain Dogs’ (Island 207 085-620). Producer: Tom Waits. Incl.
                   - Big Black Mariah (Tom Waits) -KR on guitar
                   - Union Square (Tom Waits) -KR on guitar
                   - Blind Love (Tom Waits) -KR on guitar and backing vocals
                   Note: For all other info, see 850719A.

851000A  October: UK TV ( ) ‘British Pop Awards’. With BW.

851012A  12th October: ARTISTS UNITED AGAINST APARTHEID. New York City,
                   Right Track Studios. Producers: Arthur Baker and Steven Van Zandt.
                   Sound engineers: Dave Jerden and/or Keith Le Blanc.
                   - Silver And Gold (Bono Vox)
                   Line-up: KR (gtr)/RW (gtr)/Bono (voc)/Dave Jerden (perc)/Keith Le Blanc (dr)/
                                  Robert Palmer (clarinette)

851017A  17th October: European TV (Music Box) 'A Music Box Special'. A.R.M.S.-special.
                   Report from the Willie And The Poor Boys video shootings, incl.
                   - interview with Kenney Jones by Gaz Top (Fulham Town Hall 12.3.85)
                   - interview with RW & Andy Fairweather-Low by Gaz Top (Fulham Town Hall
                        12.3.85)
                   - interview with Geraint Watkins & Mickey Gee by Gaz Top (Fulham Town Hall
                        12.3.85)
                   - interview with John Entwistle by Gaz Top (Fulham Town Hall 12.3.85)
                   - interview with Chris Rea by Gaz Top (Fulham Town Hall 12.3.85)
                   - interview with BW by Gaz Top (Fulham Town Hall 12.3.85)
                   - Baby Please Don’t Go (Mary Johnson) -from WATPB-video 11.&12.03.85

851018A  18th October: BOBBY WOMACK. New York City, Beacon Theater (2nd show)
                    - It’s All Over Now (Bobby and Shirley Womack) -unverified
                    Line-up: RW (gtr)/Bobby Womack (voc, gtr)/& unidentified others

851025A  25th October: ALL STAR BAND. Los Angeles, Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre,
                   ‘30th Anniversary Of Rock’n Roll All Star Jam’.
                   BO DIDDLEY (gtr, voc)
                   - interview with RW and Bo Diddley
                   - Who Do You Love (Ellas McDaniel)
                   - Bo Diddley’s A Gunslinger (Ellas McDaniel)
                   CHUCK BERRY (gtr, voc):
                   - My Ding-A-Ling (Chuck Berry)
                   - Destination (Chuck Berry)
                   - Rock’n Roll Music (Chuck Berry)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr)/Carl Wilson, John Hammond and Carmine Grillo (gtr)/Chuck
                                  Negron, Ronnie Lane, Barbara Paige and Aniyah Shockley (bvoc)/Kenney
                                  Jones, Carmine Appice, Mitch Mitchell and Mick Fleetwood (dr, perc)/Bill
                                  Champlin (keyb)/John Mayall (keyb, harm, bvoc)/Phil Chen, John Lodge and
                                  Rudy Sarzo (bass)/Bobby Keys, Phil Kenzie, Lee Thornberg and Mike
                                  Chicowitz (horns)/Jimmy Zavala (sax, harm)
                   Note: The whole show was telerecorded by US TV (HBO) and televised on a later
                             date. It was also released on video in 1989 (Castle Hendring HEN 2188) and
                             on DVD (Pioneer Artists PA-99-564) in 1999 and on CD in 2008 (see 080718A)..

851026A  26th October: UK TV (Channel 4), incl.
                   BW at an audience with Brian Connolly.

851100A  November: MICK JAGGER.
                   7" single (CBS A 6494, Germany). Producers: Rick Chertoff and William Wittman (A),
                   MJ and Bill Laswell (B). Side A was recorded with The Hooters as backing band
                    probably in New York, early Summer 1985.
                    A: Hard Woman (MJ) -new version
                    B: Lonely At The Top (MJ/KR)
                  Line-up ‘Hard Woman (new version): MJ (voc)/David Uosikkinen (dr)/Eric
                                Bazilian (gtr)/John Milley (gtr)/Rob Miller (bass)/Rob Hyman (keyb)
                  Line-up’Lonely At The Top’: see 850225B.

851100B  November: MICK JAGGER.
                   12" single (CBS A 12.6494, Germany). Producers: Rick Chertoff and Willian Wittman
                   (A), MJ and Bill Laswell (B).
                   A: Hard Woman (MJ) -’She’s The Boss’-version
                   B: Hard Woman (MJ) -new version
                   B: Lonely At The Top (MJ/KR)

851100C  November: PHANTOM, ROCKER & SLICK.
                   LP ‘Phantom, Rocker & Slick’ (EMI America 240430 1). Producers: Steve
                   Thompson & Michael Barbiero. With KR on guitar on:
                   - My Mistake (Slim Jim Phantom/Lee Rocker)
                   Note: For all other info, 850808B.

851100D  November: ARTISTS UNITED AGAINST APARTHEID.
                   LP ‘Sun City’ (EMI 24 0467 1). Producers: Arthur Baker and Steven Van Zandt.
                   With KR and RW on guitar on:
                   - Silver And Gold (Bono Vox)
                   Note: For all other info, see 851012A.

851103A  3rd November: UK TV (LWT) ‘Sunday Sunday’, incl.
                    - interview with BW

851114A  14th November: Austrian radio (Ö3) ‘Teestunde Spezial’, incl.
                    - interview with BW

851114B  14th November: Vienna, Austria, premiere of the movie ‘Echo Park’.
                    Director: Robert Dornhelm. Musical adviser and co-producer: BW.
                    Starring: Tom Hulce, Susan Dey, Christopher Walker, Cheech Marin.
                    Note: For BW's musical contributions to the movie, see 860000F and 860600B.
                              The movie was released on video in 1986 (Vestron VA 16630).

851117A  17th November: Austrian TV (ORF2) ‘Ohne Maulkorb Spezial’, "Welcome To The
                    Boomtown". Special on ‘Echo Park’-movie, incl.
                    - interview with BW (& Terry Taylor) (BW's home, Gedding Hall)
                    - Give And Take (BW/John Wilson) -BW on keyboards, part only
                    + footage from ‘Digital Dreams’-movie

851118A  18th November: CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. London, Ronnie Scott’s (1st
                    show)

851118B  18th November: CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. London, Ronnie Scott’s (2nd
                    show)

851100F  November: UK TV (ITV) ‘Thames News’, Ronnie Scott’s-report, incl.
                   - interview with CW by Susan Crimp (Ronnie Scott's, London 18.11.)
                   - interview with MJ by Susan Crimp (Ronnie Scott's, London 18.11.)

851119A  19th November: CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. London, Ronnie Scott’s (1st
                    show)

851119B  19th November: CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. London, Ronnie Scott’s (2nd
                    show)

851119C  19th November: UK TV (ITV) ‘News At Ten’, incl.
                    Report about BW’s and CW’s meeting with Lady Diana Spencer.

851119D  19th November: New York, The China Club. Jam session. Unverified. Incl.
                    - China Girl (David Bowie/Iggy Pop)
                    - Let’s Dance (David Bowie)
                    - Gimme Some Lovin’ (Steve Winwood/Muff Winwood/Spencer Davis)
                    Line-up: RW (gtr)/David Bowie (voc)/Iggy Pop (voc)/Steve Winwood (keyb, voc)/
                                   Carlos Alomar (gtr)/Carmine Rojas (bass)/& others

851120A  20th November: UK TV (TV-am) ‘Good Morning Britain’, incl.
                   Report about BW’s and CW’s meeting with Lady Diana Spencer.

851120B  20th November: CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. London, Ronnie Scott’s (1st
                    show)

851120C  20th November: CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. London, Ronnie Scott’s (2nd
                    show)

851121A  21st November: CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. London, Ronnie Scott’s (1st
                    show)

851121B  21st November: CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. London, Ronnie Scott’s (2nd
                    show)

851121C  21st November: Swiss radio (Radio 24) ‘Musicbox’, incl.
                    - interview with Felix Aeppli (about his book ‘Heart Of Stone’)
                    - Do You Think I Really Care (MJ/KR/RW) -outtake Paris, 1.-3.78

851122A  22nd November: CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. London, Ronnie Scott’s (1st
                    show)

851122B  22nd November: CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. London, Ronnie Scott’s (2nd
                    show)

851123A  23rd November: CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. London, Ronnie Scott’s (1st
                   show)
                   - Sky Liner (Charlie Barnet)
                   - Robbins Nest (Sir Charles Thompson/Illinois Jacquet)
                   - Love Me Or Leave Me (Gus Kahn/Walter Donaldson) -Julie Dennis on vocals
                   - unknown ( )
                   - Flamingo (Ted Grouya/Edmund Anderson)
                   - Spring Can Really Hang You Up The Most (Wolf/Landesman/Algren)
                   - Lover Man (Jimmy Davis/Roger Ramirez/Jimmy Sherman)
                   - Lester Leaps In (Lester Young)

851123B  23rd November: CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. London, Ronnie Scott’s (2nd
                    show)
                    - Stompin’ At The Savoy (Benny Goodman/Chick Webb/Edgar Sampson)
                    - Prelude To A Kiss (Duke Ellington/Irving Gordon/Irving Mills)
                    - I Love Paris (Cole Porter) -Julie Dennis on vocals
                    - Midnight Sun (Lionel Hampton/Sonny Burke)
                    - Jumpin’ With Symphony Sid (Lester Young)
                    - Skylark (Hoagy Carmichael/Johnny Mercer)
                    - unknown ( )
                    - When You’re Smiling (Mark Fisher/Joe Goodwin/Larry Shay)
                    - You’ve Changed (Bill Carey/Carl Fischer) -Julie Dennis on vocals
                    - Flying Home (Benny Goodman/Lionel Hampton/S. Robin)

851123C  23rd November: BILL WYMAN. probably London, BW's home studio
                   - Spirit In the Sky I (Norman Greenbaum) -instrumental demo
                   Line-up: BW (bass, keyb)/Terry Taylor (gtr; maybe keyb)
                   Note: Officialy released in April 2013 (see 130400A).

851124A  24th November: CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. London, Albany Empire

851126A  26th November: BILL WYMAN. probably London, BW's home studio
                   - Spirit In the Sky II (Norman Greenbaum) -demo
                   Line-up: BW (bass, voc, keyb)/Terry Taylor (gtr; maybe keyb)
                   Note: Officialy released in April 2013 (see 130400A).

851130A  30th November: UK radio (BBC1) ‘Stones At The Beeb’. Host: Andy Peebles.
                   Songs from the archives of BBC, originally aired in the 60’s.
                    - Come On (Chuck Berry) -Saturday Club 23.9.63
                    - Memphis, Tennessee (Chuck Berry) -Saturday Club 23.9.63
                    - interview with BW (from 1985)
                     - Roll Over Beethoven (Chuck Berry) -Saturday Club 23.9.63
                    - Not Fade Away (Charles Holley/Norman Petty) -BBC 10.4.64 or 13.4.64
                    - Down The Road Apiece (Tony Raye) -Top Gear 1.3.65
                    - interview with Ian Grant
                    - Route 66 (Bobby Troup) -Saturday Club 19.3.64
                    - Cops And Robbers (Kent L. Harris) -Saturday Club 19.3.64
                    - You Better Move On (Arthur Alexander) -Saturday Club 19.3.64
                    - Mona (Ellas McDaniel) -Saturday Club 19.3.64
                    - Everybody Needs Somebody To Love (Bert Russell/Solomon Burke/Jerry
                         Wexler) -Top Gear 1.3.65
                    - The Last Time (MJ/KR) -Top Gear 1.3.65
                    - interview with MJ & BJ by Brian Matthew  (Top Gear 1.3.65)
                    - Mercy Mercy (Don Covay/Ron Miller) -Yeh Yeh 20.8.65
                    - interview with MJ (1964 or 1965)
                    - Cry To Me (Bert Russell) -Saturday Club 20.8.65
                    - Fannie Mae (Buster Brown) -Saturday Club 20.8.65
                    - interview with MJ (20.8.1965)
                    - Satisfaction (MJ/KR) -Yeh Yeh 20.8.65
                    - 2120 South Michigan Avenue (Nanker Phelge) -Rhythm & Blues 8.10.64
                    Note: Repeated (allegedly in a revised version) on The Stereo Sequence on
                              January 31, 1987 (see 870131A) and also on BFBS on October 10, 1987.

851130B  30th November: TINA TURNER. Charlotte, North Carolina, Coliseum
                   - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR) -unverified
                   Line-up: MJ (voc)/Tina Turner (voc)/& Tina Turner’s band

851100G  November or December: London, Hotel Savoy.
                   - interview with KR by Mat Snow
                   Note: Released on CD in December 2016 (see 161200A).

851208A  8th December: UK radio (BBC1) ‘From Punk To Present’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ

851209A  9th December: CHARLIE WATTS ORCHESTRA. London, Fulham Town Hall
                   - Stompin’ At The Savoy (Benny Goodman/Chick Webb/Edgar Sampson)
                   - Robbins Nest (Sir Charles Thompson/Illinois Jacquet)
                   - Prelude To A Kiss (Duke Ellington/Irving Gordon/Irving Mills)
                   - You’ve Changed (Bill Carey/Carl Fischer) -Julie Dennis on vocals
                   - Lester Leaps In (Lester Young)
                   - Moonglow (Will Hudson/Edgar DeLange/Irving Mills)
                   - Scrapple From The Apple (Charlie Parker)
                   - Spring Can Really Hang You Up The Most (Thomas J. Wolf Jr./Frances
                        Landesman/Nelson Algren) -Cail Dorsey on vocals
                   - Midnight Sun (Lionel Hampton/Sonny Burke)
                   - Flying Home (Benny Goodman/Lionel Hampton/Sid Robin)
                   Line-up: CW (dr)/all other musicians see 860323B
                   Note: Recorded by UK TV and televised in July 1986 in ‘Celebration Jazz’.

851210A  10th December: US TV (MTV) 'London Calling', incl.
                    - interview with BW by Steve Blacknell (while playing table tennis)

851211A  11th December: ROCKET 88. Nottingham, England, Old Vic Tavern
                   Note: Last gig of Ian ‘STU’ Stewart, who died on December 12.

851212A  12th December: Swiss TV (SRG) ‘Karussell’, incl.
                    - interview with Felix Aeppli (about his book) by Kurt Schaad
                    - Brown Sugar (MJ/KR) -Bern 25.9.73 (with dubbed music), part only
                    - Hang Fire (MJ/KR)-Cologne 4.7.82, from private video, part only
                    - She’s So Cold (MJ/KR) -London 26.6.82, part only

851214A  14th December: German radio (SWF3), incl.
                    A tribute to Ian 'STU' Stewart (who passed away on December 12, 1985)

851200A  December: UK TV (TV-am) ‘Good Morning Britain’, incl.
                   - interview with BW and Pete Townshend by Anne Diamond & Nick Owen

851220A  20th December: London, Eric Clapton’s house.
                    KR, RW, MJ and Eric Clapton jam together (unverified)

851222A  22nd December: ALL STAR BAND. London, Dominion Theatre, 'Snow Ball
                   Revue', incl.
                   - Je Suis Un Rock Star (BW) -with BW on bass and vocals; unverified
                   Note: Charity concert, put together by Pete Townshend, in aid of Chiswick
                             Women's Rescue Centre.

851224A  24th December: US radio (NBC) ‘Countdown To Christmas’. Host: Billy Crystal.
                    - interview with MJ
                    - interview with BW
                    - interview with RW

850000C  1985 or 1986: VARIOUS ARTISTS.
                    2 LP's 'The Wonderful Wireless - The Ads' (Telmak TMAK 1140, -Australia).
                    Incl.
                   - MJ appeal for Australian Freedom From Hunger Campaign 1969 (recorded in
                        Summer 1969 in or near Canberra, Australia)