1991

910000A  1991: VARIOUS ARTISTS.
                    CD ‘Opera’ (Cinevox Record CD-CIA 5074-Italy). Incl.
                    - Opera Theme (BW/Terry Taylor) -by Bill Wyman & Terry Taylor
                    - Black Notes (BW) -by Bill Wyman & Terry Taylor; previously unreleased
                    Note: For more info, see 870700B.

910104A  4th January: US radio (Unistar) 'Solid Gold Scrapbook', incl.
                    - interview with MJ
                    - interview with RW

910107A  7th - 18th January: London, Hit Factory Studios. Producers: The Glimmer
                   Twins & Chris Kimsey. Sound engineer: Mark Stent. Incl.
                    - Highwire I (MJ/KR) -Bernard Fowler on backing vocals; Flashpoint-version
                    - Highwire II (MJ/KR) -Bernard Fowler on backing vocals; single-edit
                    - Sex Drive I (MJ/KR) -The Kick Horns on brass, Tessa Niles and Katie
                        Kissoon on backing vocals; Flashpoint version
                    - Sex Drive II (MJ/KR) -The Kick Horns on brass, Tessa Niles and Katie
                        Kissoon on backing vocals; single-edit
                    - Sex Drive III (MJ/KR) -The Kick Horns on brass, Tessa Niles and Katie
                        Kissoon on backing vocals; Club Version/12” Mix
                    - Sex Drive IV (MJ/KR) -The Kick Horns on brass, Tessa Niles and Katie
                        Kissoon on backing vocals; Club Version Edit
                    - Sex Drive V (MJ/KR) -The Kick Horns on brass, Tessa Niles and Katie
                         Kissoon on backing vocals; Dirty Hands Mix
                    - Sex Drive VI (MJ/KR) -The Kick Horns on brass, Tessa Niles and Katie
                         Kissoon on backing vocals; Dirty Hands Mix (2013 extended remix of V)
                    Note: RW attended the sessions only from 7th - 11th January.

910202A  2nd February: RON WOOD & THE WILFS. London, Hackney Empire
                   - I’ll Fly Away (Trad.)
                   - Take Me Back To Tulsa (Tommy Duncan/Bob Wills)
                   - Bottle Of Brandy (Issacs Family)
                   - Mailman Bring Me No More Blues (Ruth Roberts/Bill Katz/Stanley Clayton)
                   - Perfidia (Alberto Dominguez/Milton Leeds)
                   - Boil Them Cabbage Down (Trad.)
                   - Kuschty Rye (Kit Lambert)
                   - White Freight Liner Blues (Townes Van Zandt)
                   - Cajun Waltz (Trad.)
                   - Stop That Train (Peter Tosh?)
                   - Somebody Touched Me (Trad.)
                   - Neon And Dust (Wes McGhee) -Kirsty MacColl sharing vocals
                   - Walk Right Back (Sonny Curtis) -Kirsty MacColl on vocals
                   - Mystery Train (Herman Parker/Sam Phillips)
                   - Don’t Mess With My Man (Dorothy Labostrie) -Kirsty MacColl on vocals
                   - I Hear You Knocking (Dave Bartholomew/Pearl King)
                   - Little Red Rooster (Willie Dixon) -RW on vocals
                   - “A Friend Of Her” ( )
                   - Cajun Ramblers Special (Trad.)
                   - Federales (Joe King Churrasco)
                   - unidentified ("...Dublin song about a drink...") ( )
                   - Sugar Bee (Eddie Shuler)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr)/& members of The Wilfs incl. Sean Garvey (acc)/Colm McCauche
                                  (fiddle)/Mark … (voc, gtr)/... (bass)/Wayne P. Sheedy (dr)
                   Note: Benefit-gig for the maternity unit of East London’s Homerton Hospital.

910216A  16th February: BOB DYLAN. London, Hammersmith Odeon. Incl.
                    - Everything Is Broken (Bob Dylan)
                    - Man In The Long Black Coat (Bob Dylan)
                    - Like A Rolling Stone (Bob Dylan)
                    Line-up: RW (gtr)/Bob Dylan (voc, gtr, harm)/John Jackson (gtr)/Cesar Diaz (gtr)/
                                   Tony Garnier (bass)/Ian Wallace (dr)
                    Note: A private video of 'Like A Rolling Stone' exists.

910218A  18th February - 1st May: Atlanta, Georgia. Shooting of the movie Freejack.
                    Director: Geoff Murphy.
                    Starring: MJ, Emilio Estevez, Rene Russo, Anthony Hopkins, David Johanson.

910301A  1st March: New York City, Pier 3 (near Brooklyn Bridge). Shooting of a promofilm.
                    Director: Julien Temple.
                    - Highwire (MJ/KR)
                    Note: Without BW.

910304A  4th March: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   7” single (Rolling Stones Records 38-73742, -USA). Producers: The Glimmer
                   Twins & Chris Kimsey.
                   A: Highwire (MJ/KR) -single-edit
                   B: 2000 Light Years From Home (MJ/KR) -live, Barcelona 13.6.90
                   Line-up ‘Highwire’: MJ (voc, gtr)/KR (gtr)/RW (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW
                                 (dr)/Bernard Fowler (bvoc)
                   Note: The single was not released in the UK before 11th March.

910309A  9th March: German TV (SAT1) ‘Music News’, incl.
                    - interview with BW by Alan Bangs (London, Sticky Fingers 25.2.91)

910311A  11th March: US radio (Media American Radio) 'A Tribute To Robert Johnson'.
                    Host: Dan Neer. Incl.
                    - interview with KR

910318A  18th March: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   12” single (Rolling Stones Records 656756 6). Producers: The Glimmer Twins
                   & Chris Kimsey.
                   A: Highwire (MJ/KR)
                   A: 2000 Light Years From Home (MJ/KR) -live, Barcelona 13.6.90
                   B: Sympathy For The Devil (MJ/KR) -live, Tokyo 26.2.90
                   B: I Just Want To Make Love To You (Willie Dixon) -live, London 6.7.90

910323A  23rd March: UK TV (BSB Power Station) ‘Suggs On Saturday’, incl.
                   - interview with RW (and Malcolm McLaren) by Suggs

910324A  24th March: European TV (MTV) ‘XPO’, incl.
                    - interview with MJ (New York City, Highwire-set 1.3.91)
                    - interview with KR (New York City, Highwire-set 1.3.91)

910325A  25th March: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   CD single (Rolling Stones Records 656756 5). Producers: The Glimmer Twins
                   & Chris Kimsey.
                   - Highwire (MJ/KR)
                   - Play With Fire (MJ/KR) -live, Clemson 26.11.89
                   - Factory Girl (MJ/KR) -live, London 6.7.90

910328A  28th March: US radio (Media American Radio) ‘Up Close’. Host: Dan Neer. Incl.
                   - interviews with all five Stones
                   + short interview with Eric Clapton
                   Note: Flashpoint-special, broadcast in two parts. Part 2 probably aired on April 4.

910400A  April: LIVING COLOUR.
                   Video ‘Time Tunnel’ (CMV Enterprises 49060-2). Incl. Living Colour joining
                   The Rolling Stones on
                   - It’s Only Rock’n Roll (MJ/KR) -Montreal 14.12.89, part only
                   + interview with MJ (Clemson 26.11.89)

910402A  2nd April: THE ROLLING STONES.
                  CD ‘Flashpoint’ (Rolling Stones Records 468135 2). Producers: The Glimmer
                   Twins & Chris Kimsey. Sound engineers: Christopher Marc Potter, Chris
                   Kimsey, Chris Stent. Live-album (most songs were edited and overdubbed)
                   and two additional studio tracks.
                   - Intro/Continental Drift (MJ/KR) -Steel Wheel-version, part only
                   - Start Me Up (MJ/KR) -Clemson 26.11.89
                   - Sad Sad Sad (MJ/KR) -Atlantic City 19.12.89
                   - Miss You (MJ/KR) -Jacksonville 25.11.89
                   - Rock And A Hard Place (MJ/KR) -Jacksonville 25.11.89
                   - Ruby Tuesday (MJ/KR) -Tokyo 27.2.90
                   - You Can’t Always Get What You Want (MJ/KR) -Jacksonville 25.11.89
                   - Factory Girl (MJ/KR) -London 6.7.90
                   - Can’t Be Seen (MJ/KR) -Clemson 26.11.89
                   - Little Red Rooster (Willie Dixon) -Atlantic City 19.12.89
                   - Paint It Black (MJ/KR) -Barcelona 13.6.90
                   - Sympathy For The Devil (MJ/KR) -Tokyo 26.2.90
                   - Brown Sugar (MJ/KR) -Turin 28.7.90
                   - Jumping Jack Flash (MJ/KR) -Tokyo 27.2.90
                   - Satisfaction (MJ/KR) -Clemson 26.11.89
                   - Highwire (MJ/KR) -Hit Factory Studios, 7.-11.1.91
                   - Sex Drive (MJ/KR) -Hit Factory Studios, 7.-11.1.91
                   Note: Rock And A Hard Place and Can’t Be Seen are CD-only bonus-tracks.

910403A  3rd April: CHARLIE WATTS QUINTET. London, Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club
                   Note: With special guest Red Rodney (tp) on one or more songs.

910404A  4th April: UK TV (Sky Channel) ‘Entertainment Tonight’. Incl.
                    - interview with MJ (New York City, 1.3.91)
                    - interview with KR (New York City, 1.3.91)

910405A  5th April: UK TV (Channel 4) ‘Tonight With Jonathan Ross’. Incl.
                   - interview with CW by Jonathan Ross
                   - Practising, Practising, Just Great (Peter King) -incomplete

910406A  6th April: French TV (Canal +) ‘Rapido’, incl.
                   - interview with CW
                   - interview with BW

910408A  8th April: CHARLIE WATTS QUINTET.
                   CD-box ‘From One Charlie’ (UFORecords UFO2CD). Producer and sound
                   engineer: Adrian Kerridge. Recorded in London, Lansdowne Studios,
                   26th and 27th February, strings added on the 6th March.
                   - Practising, Practising, Just Great (Peter King)
                   - Blackbird - White Chicks (Peter King)
                   - Bluebird (Charlie Parker)
                   - Terra De Pajaro (Peter King) -William Armonn, Vaughn Armonn and Michael
                        Jones on violins, Michael De Saulles on viola, Brian Hawkins on cello, Alan
                        Dalziel on oboe, Chris Hooker on harp
                   - Bad Seeds - Rye Drinks (Peter King)
                   - Relaxing At Camarillo (Charlie Parker)
                   - Going, Going, Going, Gone (Peter King)
                   + replica of Ode To A High Flying Bird-book (first released in December 1964)
                   Line-up: CW (dr)/Peter King (sax)/Gerard Presencer (tp)/David Green (bass)/
                                  Brian Lemon (p)

910418A  18th April: European TV (MTV) ‘News At Night’, incl.
                    - interview with BW (in London, about leaving the Rolling Stones)

910423A  23rd April: US TV (ABC) ‘Good Morning America’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ
                   - interview with KR (in NYC)

910400B  April or May: CHARLIE WATTS QUINTET.
                   Promo-CD (UFO Records SPRING 1991). Producer: Adrian Kerridge.
                   - Practising, Practising, Just Great (Peter King) -edit

910400C  Spring: THE ROLLING STONES.
                    Promotional 7" single (Sony Music DEP-870, -Argentina). Incl.
                    A: Highwire (MJ/KR)
                    B: You Can't Always Get What You Want (MJ/KR) -live in Jacksonville 25.11.89;
                           edit
 
910501A  1st May: French TV (TF1) ‘Sacre Soiree’, incl.
                    MJ presents the new promofilm for Highwire.

910502A  2nd May: UK TV ( ) ‘The Ivor Novello Awards’, London.
                    - RW & BW accepting the Outstanding Contribution to British Music-award

910506A  6th May: US TV (ABC) ‘Good Morning America’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ (Freejack-set, Atlanta)

910517A  17th May: US radio (Unistar Radio Networks) ‘The World's Greatest Rock'n Roll
                    Band’. Rolling Stones-special (180 min.). Host: Ed Sciaky. Incl.
                    - interview with MJ
                    - interview with BW
                    - interview with KR
                    - interview with MT
                    - interview with Chris Hillmann (about Altamont)
                    - interview with RW

910521A  21st May: London, Twickenham Studios. Shooting of promofilms. Director:
                   Julien Temple.
                   - Sex Drive (MJ/KR) -version 1, with nudity
                   - Sex Drive (MJ/KR) -version 2, without nudity
                   Note: Premiered on European MTV on the 17th August.

910522A  22nd May: US TV (CBS) ‘Entertainment Tonight’, incl.
                   - interview with MJ (Freejack-set, Atlanta)

910524A  24th May: THE ROLLING STONES.
                    7” single (Rolling Stones Records 656892 7). Producers: The Glimmer Twins
                    & Chris Kimsey.
                    A: Ruby Tuesday (MJ/KR) -live, Tokyo 27.2.90
                    B: Play With Fire (MJ/KR) -live, Clemson 26.11.89
                    Note: The promotional film for Ruby Tuesday was lifted from ‘At The Max’.

910524B  24th May: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   12” single (Rolling Stones Records 656892 6). Producers: The Glimmer Twins
                   & Chris Kimsey.
                   A: Ruby Tuesday (MJ/KR) -live, Tokyo 27.2.90
                   A: Play With Fire (MJ/KR) -live, Clemson 26.11.89
                   B: You Can’t Always Get What You Want (MJ/KR) -live, Jacksonville 25.11.89
                   B: Rock And A Hard Place (MJ/KR) -live, Jacksonville 25.11.89

910524C  24th May: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   CD-single (Rolling Stones Records 656892 2). Producers: The Glimmer Twins
                   & Chris Kimsey.
                   - Ruby Tuesday (MJ/KR) -live, Tokyo 27.2.90
                   - Play With Fire (MJ/KR) -live, Clemson 26.11.89
                   - You Can’t Always Get What You Want (MJ/KR) -live, Jacksonville 25.11.89
                   - Undercover Of The Night (MJ/KR) -Atlantic City 19.12.89

910530A  30th May: LENNY KRAVITZ. Paris, France, Le Zenith, incl.
                    - No Expectations (MJ/KR)
                    Line-up: MJ (voc)/Lenny Kravitz (voc, gtr)/Craig Ross (gtr)/Tony Breit (bass)

910500A  late May: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   CD-single (Rolling Stones Records 656892 5). Producers: The Glimmer Twins
                   & Chris Kimsey.
                   - Ruby Tuesday (MJ/KR) -live, Tokyo 27.2.90
                   - Harlem Shuffle (Bob Relf/Earl Nelson) -live, Tokyo 27.2.90; previously
                        unreleased
                   - Winning Ugly (MJ/KR) -London Mix 

910603A  3rd June: CHARLIE WATTS QUINTET. New York, The Blue Note. Rehearsals.
                    Line-up: See below.

910603B  3rd June: CHARLIE WATTS QUINTET. New York, The Blue Note (1st show)
910603C  3rd June: CHARLIE WATTS QUINTET. New York, The Blue Note (2nd show)
                   Line-up: CW (dr)/Peter King (sax)/Gerard Presencer (tp)/David Green (bass)/
                                   Brian Lemon (p)/Bernard Fowler (narrator)
                   Note: With special guest Red Rodney (tp) at one or both shows on one song.

910603D  3rd June: UK radio (BBC1). Incl.
                   - interview with CW

910600A  June: US TV (A&E) ‘Arts & Entertainment Revue’, incl.
                    - interview with CW (New York, 3.6.91)
                    - Terra De Pajaro (Peter King) -New York City, 3.6.91, part only

910600B  June: US TV (CNN) ‘Entertainment News’, incl.
                   - interview with CW by Mark Shearer (New York, 3.6.91)
                   - Bad Seeds - Rye Drinks (Peter King) -rehearsals New York City, 3.6.91, part

910600C  June: US TV (CBS) ‘This Morning’, incl.
                    - interview with CW (New York, 3.6.91)
                    + live-footage from Blue Note Club, New York City 3.6.91

910604A  June: Swedish TV (TV4) 'Resfeber: London', incl.
                   - interview with BW (London, Sticky Fingers Restaurant, 4.6.91)
                   Note: Aired on a later date.

910605A  5th June: US TV (MTV) ‘News At Night’, incl.
                   - interview with BW (London, Sticky Fingers Restaurant, 4.6.91)

910606A  6th June: US TV (ABC) ‘Good Morning America’, incl.
                   - interview with CW by Charles Gibson
                   - Bluebird (Charlie Parker)
                   Line-up: CW (dr)/Peter King (sax)/Gerard Presencer (tp)/David Green (bass)/
                                  Brian Lemon (p)

910606B  6th June: US TV (MTV) ‘MTV News’, incl.
                    - interview with CW (Rizzoli book store, New York City)

910613A  13th June: US radio (WNEW), incl.
                    - interview with RW by Scott Muni (live from Hard Rock Café, London)

910620A  20th June: UK TV (TV-AM) ‘Good Morning Britain’, incl.
                   - interview with BW and Charlotte Walden

910621A  21st June: JOHNNIE JOHNSON.
                   CD ‘Johnnie B. Bad’ (Elektra Nonesuch American Explorer Series 61149 2, -
                   USA). Producer: KR. Recorded at Sorcerer Sound Studios, New York City on
                   the 29th - 30th January 1991. Incl.
                   - Tanqueray (KR/Johnnie Johnson)
                   - Key To The Highway (William Broonzy/Charles Segar) -KR on lead vocals
                   Line-up: KR (gtr, bvoc)/Johnnie Johnson (p, voc)/Joey Spampinato (bass, bvoc)/Steve
                                  Jordan (dr, bvoc)/Bernie Worrell (keyb, bvoc)/Bernard Fowler (bvoc)
                   Note: The album was not released in the UK before September 1991.

910623A  23rd June: ALL STAR BAND. Blenheim Palace, unidentified cricket ground
                    - Don’t You Lie To Me (Hudson Whittaker)
                    - It’s All Over Now (Bobby and Shirley Womack)
                    + probably more (all unverified)
                    Musicians: RW (gtr)/BW (bass)/Chris Jagger (voc)/Andy Fairweather-Low (gtr)/
                                       Phil Cool (gtr)/& probably others

910718A  18th July: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   CD-single (Sony Records SRCS 5322, -Japan). Producers: The Glimmer Twins
                   & Chris Kimsey.
                   - Sex Drive (MJ/KR) -Club Version
                   - Sex Drive (MJ/KR) -Club Version Edit
                   - Sex Drive (MJ/KR) -Single Edit
                   - Undercover Of The Night (MJ/KR) -Atlantic City 19.12.89
                   Line-up ‘Sex Drive’: MJ (voc, gtr)/KR (gtr)/RW (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW
                                 (dr)/Tessa Niles & Katie Kissoon (bvoc)/The Kick Horns (brass)

910721A  21st July: US TV (MTV) ‘Famous Last Words’.
                   - interview with MJ by Kurt Loder (in Atlanta)

910800A  August: THE ARANBEE POP SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA.
                   CD 'The Aranbee Pop Symphony Orchestra' (Sony Music AK 47898, -USA).
                   Re-release of Today's Pop Symphony (see 660311A) incl. the previously unreleased
                   bonus-track from the sessions for Chris Farlowe's album The Art Of Chris Farlowe,
                   produced by MJ in London in September 1966 (see 660914A) with MJ on lead vocals:
                   - I’ve Been Loving You Too Long  (Otis Redding/Jerry Butler)

910800B  August - September & December - February: RONNIE WOOD. St. Kildare,
                   Ireland, Sandymount (RW’s house). Producers: RW & Bernard Fowler. Co-
                   producer and sound engineer: Eoghan McCarron.
                   Recordings for the upcoming album ‘Slide On This’. Incl.
                   - Ain’t Rock’n Roll (RW/Bernard Fowler) -CW on drums, The Edge on guitar,
                        Feilim Gormley on sax; Slide On This-version
                   - Always Wanted More I (RW/Bernard Fowler) -Chuck Leavell on organ, Sean
                        Garvey on squeeze box, Joe Elliott on vocals, Oleg Ponamarev and Sergei
                        Ponamrev on violins; Slide On This-version
                   - Always Wanted More II (RW/Bernard Fowler) -Chuck Leavell on organ,
                        Joe Elliott on vocals, Oleg Ponamarev and Sergei Ponamrev on violins,
                        Sean Garvey on squeeze box; Strat Mix
                   - Always Wanted More III (RW/Bernard Fowler) -Chuck Leavell on organ,
                        Joe Elliott on vocals, Oleg Ponamarev and Sergei Ponamrev on violins,
                        Sean Garvey on squeeze box; Strad. Mix
                   - Fear For Your Future (RW/Bernard Fowler) -Leah Wood and Lize… on
                       backing vocals; Slide On This-version
                   - Josephine I (RW/Bernard Fowler) -Ian McLagan and Chuck Leavell on
                        keyboards, Joe Elliott on backing vocals; Slide On This-version
                   - Josephine II (RW/Bernard Fowler) - Ian McLagan and Chuck Leavell on
                        keyboards, Joe Elliott on backing vocals; In Your Face-Mix
                   - Knock Yer Teeth Out (RW/Bernard Fowler/Julian Lloyd) -CW on drums;
                        Slide On This-version
                   - Like It (RW/Bernard Fowler) -The Hothouse Flowers as backing band, Jimmy
                        White (percussive effect); Slide On This-version
                   - Must Be Love II (Jerry Williams) -Slide On This-version
                   - Ragtime Annie (Trad.) Colm McCauche on fiddle, Sean Garvey on squeeze
                        box; Slide On This-version
                   - Show Me II (Jerry Williams) -CW on drums, Joe Elliott on backing vocals;
                        Slide On This-version
                   - Somebody Else Might I (RW/Bernard Fowler) -Ian McLagan and Chuck
                        Leavell on keyboards, The Edge on guitar; Slide On This-version
                   - Somebody Else Might II (RW/Bernard Fowler) -Ian McLagan and Chuck
                        Leavell on keyboards, The Edge on guitar; Slidin’ On This Mix
                   - Somebody Else Might III (RW/Bernard Fowler) -Ian McLagan and Chuck
                        Leavell on keyboards, The Edge on guitar; Re-mix
                   - Somebody Else Might IV (RW/Bernard Fowler) -Ian McLagan and Chuck
                        Leavell on keyboards, The Edge on guitar; Wood On Canvas-version
                   - Testify (George Clinton/D. Taylor) -Slide On This-version
                   - Thinkin’ (RW/Bernard Fowler) -Michael Kamen (string conductor), Ian McLagan on
                        keyboards; Slide On This-version
                   Musicians: RW (gtr, voc, bass)/Bernard Fowler (voc, keyb, dr programming)/Doug
                                      Wimbish (bass)/Wayne P. Sheehy (dr)/Simon Kirke (dr; only some songs)/
                                      Jack Bruce (bass; unverified)
                   Note: Some of the remixes have been done at later sessions, e.g. Somebody
                             Else Might II (Slidin' On This Mix) at Olympic Sound Studios, London.
                             The album was mixed in Los Angeles at A&M Studios, ca. 11.-27.3.92.

910800C  August - December: KEITH RICHARDS. New York City, various studios.
                    Producers: KR & Steve Jordan.
                    Songwriting, rehearsals and maybe recording of demos for the upcoming album
                    Main Offender.

910816A  16th August: European TV (MTV) ‘News At Night’, incl.
                    - interview with KR (Twickenham Studios, May 21)
                    - interview with CW&BW (Twickenham Studios, May 21)
                    - interview with MJ (Twickenham Studios, May 21)
                    - interview with RW (Twickenham Studios, May 21)
                    - interview with Julien Temple (Twickenham Studios, May 21)
 
910817A  17th August: US TV (MTV) ‘Famous Last Words’.
                    - interview with KR by Kurt Loder (in New York City)

910819A  19th August: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   CD-single (Rolling Stones Records 657334 2). Producers: The Glimmer Twins
                   & Chris Kimsey.
                   - Sex Drive (MJ/KR) -Single Edit
                   - Sex Drive (MJ/KR) -Dirty Hands Mix
                   - Sex Drive (MJ/KR) -Club Version
                   Line-up: see 910718A.

910900A  September: JOHN LEE HOOKER.
                   CD ‘Mr. Lucky’ (Sivertone Records ORE CD 519). Producer: Roy Rogers.
                   Recorded at Russian Hill Recording Studios, San Francisco, 11th April 1991.
                   - Crawlin’ Kingsnake (John Lee Hooker)
                   Line-up: KR (gtr)/John Lee Hooker (voc, gtr)/Larry Taylor (bass)/Scott Matthews (dr)

910900B  September: VARIOUS ARTISTS.
                   2 LP's 'Before The Fall' (Strange Fruit Records SFRLP 203). Compilation of
                   various BBC-recordings, incl.
                   - Fire (Arthur Brown/Vincent Crane/Peter Ker/Michael Finesilver) -by The
                        Crazy World Of Arthur Brown; BBC, London, Studio 1, 8.4.1968
                   Line-up: RW (bass)/Arthur Brown (voc)/Vincent Crane (org)/Drachen Theaker (dr)

910914A  14th September: CHARLIE WATTS QUINTET. Tokyo, Japan, Aoyama
                    Spiral. Rehearsals.

910900C  mid-September: Tokyo, Japan.
                   - interview with CW by some Japanese journalist and interpreter Steve Harris
                   Note: For Rockin' On-magazine. Date unconfirmed, some source says Oct. 8.

15th - 18th September: CHARLIE WATTS QUINTET. Japanese Tour.
                  Line-up: CW (dr)/Peter King (sax)/Gerard Presencer (tp)/David Green (bass)/
                                 Brian Lemon (p)/Bernard Fowler (narrator)/& string section 'Trybeat'
                                 (on 'Terra De Pajaro' and 'Going, Going, Going, Gone')

910915A  15th September: CHARLIE WATTS QUINTET. Tokyo, Japan, Aoyama
                    Spiral (1st show)
                    (Practising, Practising, Just Great/Blackbird - White Chicks/Bluebird/Bound
                    For New York/Terra De Pajaro/Bad Seeds - Rye Drinks/Relaxing At
                    Camarillo/Going, Going, Going, Gone/Now’s The Time [short])

910915B  15th September: CHARLIE WATTS QUINTET. Tokyo, Japan, Aoyama
                    Spiral (2nd show)
                    (Practising, Practising, Just Great/Blackbird - White Chicks/Bluebird/Bound For New
                     York/Terra De Pajaro/Bad Seeds - Rye Drinks/Relaxing At Camarillo/Going, Going,
                     Going, Gone/Now’s The Time [short]/Now’s The Time [long])

910916A  16th September: CHARLIE WATTS QUINTET. Tokyo, Japan, Aoyama
                    Spiral (1st show)
                    (Practising, Practising, Just Great/Blackbird - White Chicks/Bluebird/Bound
                     For New York/Terra De Pajaro/Bad Seeds - Rye Drinks/Relaxing At Camarillo/
                     Going, Going, Going, Gone/Now’s The Time [short]/Now’s The Time [long])

910916B  16th September: CHARLIE WATTS QUINTET. Tokyo, Japan, Aoyama
                    Spiral (2nd show)
                    (Practising, Practising, Just Great/Blackbird - White Chicks/Bluebird/Bound
                     For New York/Terra De Pajaro/Bad Seeds - Rye Drinks/Relaxing At Camarillo/
                    Going, Going, Going, Gone/Now’s The Time [short]/Now’s The Time [long])

910917A  17th September: CHARLIE WATTS QUINTET. Tokyo, Japan, Aoyama
                    Spiral (1st show)
                    (Practising, Practising, Just Great/Blackbird - White Chicks/Bluebird/Bound
                     For New York/Terra De Pajaro/Bad Seeds - Rye Drinks/Relaxing At Camarillo/
                     Going, Going, Going, Gone/Now’s The Time [short]/Now’s The Time [long])

910917B  17th September: CHARLIE WATTS QUINTET. Tokyo, Japan, Aoyama
                    Spiral (2nd show)
                    (Practising, Practising, Just Great/Blackbird - White Chicks/Bluebird/Bound
                     For New York/Terra De Pajaro/Bad Seeds - Rye Drinks/Relaxing At Camarillo/
                    Going, Going, Going, Gone/Now’s The Time [short]/Now’s The Time [long])
                    Note: Soundboard recording was made.

910918A  18th September: CHARLIE WATTS QUINTET. Tokyo, Japan, Aoyama Spiral
                     ‘I.W. Harper Bow Tie Design Contest '91’. Unverified set:
                     - Relaxing At Camarillo (Charlie Parker)
                     - Star Eyes (Don Raye/Gene De Paul)
                     - Easy Living (Ralph Rainger/Leo Robin)
                     - I Got It Bad And That Ain’t Good (Duke Ellington/Paul Francis Webster)
                     - Blue Bird (Charlie Parker)
                     - Perdido (Juan Tizol/Ervin Drake/Harry Lenk)
 
910921A  21st September: Swedish TV (TV3) ‘Ikvall: Robert Aschberg’, incl.
                    - interview with BW (in France) by Robert Aschberg

910927A  27th September: Tokyo, Japan, Shibuya-Parco, Dal Bolognaise.
                   Press conference by RW (for his exhibition Art-Works). MC: Mike Koshitani.

910928A  28th September: Tokyo, Japan, Shibuya-Parco
                   Live-talk by RW (promoting his exhibition Art-Works). MC: Mike Koshitani.

910929A  29th September: Tokyo, Japan, Shinjyuki L-Tower
                   Live-talk by RW (promoting his exhibition Art-Works). MC: Mike Koshitani.

910900D  September: Vence, France, outside BW's house
                   - filmed interview with BW by a male French journalist

910900E  September/October: German radio (SWF3) ‘Pop Shop’, incl.
                    - interview with KR (Rolling Stones office, New York) by Frank Helbert
                    Note: Broadcast in 15 parts a 15 minutes on Mondays/Wednesdays/Fridays.

911000A  October: SOUTHSIDE JOHNNY & THE ASBURY JUKES.
                   CD ‘Better Days’ (Impact Records CDEMC 3607). Producer: Little Steven.
                   Recorded at Sigma Sound Studios, New York City, probably in 1991. Incl.
                   - Ride The Night Away (Steven Van Zandt/Steve Jordan)
                   Line-up: KR (gtr)/Southside Johnny (voc)/Little Steven (bvoc)/Bobbie Bandiera
                                  (gtr)/Barry Danielian (tp)/Garry Tallent (bass)/Max Weinberg (dr)/
                                  Rusty Cloud (keyb)/Flo & Eddie (bvoc)
                   Note: KR is not credited in the sleeve notes of the albums but on the promo
                             single for Ride The Night Away. This is most probably due to contractual
                             reasons or because his overdub was a late addition.

911000B  October: MICK JAGGER. Paris, France, unidentified studio. Producer: MJ. Sound
                   engineer: Manu Guiot. First recordings for the upcoming album Wandering
                   Spirit. Incl.
                   - Angel In My Heart (MJ) -Wandering Spirit-version

911002A  2nd & 9th October: Swiss radio (DRS3) 'Rock Special', incl.
                   - interview with KR

911003A  3rd October: Osaka, Japan, Shinsaibashi-Parco
                   Live-talk by RW (promoting his exhibition Art-Works). MC: Mike Koshitani.

911004A  4th October: Fukuoka, Japan, Tremoille Bar
                   - Love Me Tender (Ken Darby) -RW singing karaoke

911005A  5th October: Fukuoka, Japan, ACH21 Gallery and Bayside Place Hall
                   Live-talk by RW (promoting his exhibition Art-Works). MC: Mike Koshitani.

911006A  6th October: Tokyo, Japan, Shinjyuki L-Tower
                   Live-talk by RW (promoting his exhibition Art-Works). MC: Mike Koshitani.

911010A  10th October: BILLY PRESTON.
                    CD 'That's The Way God Planned It' (EMI Records CDP 7975802). Producer:
                    George Harrison. Recorded in London, Trident Studio in 1969 (see 690505A).
                    Incl.
                    - Do What You Want (Billy Preston)
                    - That's The Way God Planned It Pt. 1 & 2 (Billy Preston)
                    - That's The Way God Planned It (Alternate Version)(Billy Preston) -previously
                         unreleased
                    Line-up: KR (bass)/Billy Preston (voc, keyb)/Eric Clapton (gtr)/George
                                   Harrison (gtr)/Ginger Baker (dr)/Doris Troy (bvoc)

911015A  15th October: ALL STAR BAND. Seville, Spain, La Cartuja. Rehearsals.

911017A  17th October: ALL STAR BAND. Seville, Spain, La Cartuja, ‘Legends Of
                    Guitar’-festival
                    - Shake, Rattle And Roll (William Calhoun) -with Bob Dylan (voc, gtr)
                    - Going Down (Don Nix) -Ray Cooper on percussion
                    - Something Else (Eddie Cochran/Sharon Sheeley)
                    - Connection (MJ/KR) -Chuck Leavell and Ivan Neville on keyboards
                    - I Can’t Turn You Loose (Otis Redding/Steve Cropper/William Robinson) -with
                        Bob Dylan, Dave Edmunds and Phil Manzanera on guitar, Jack Bruce on
                        bass and vocals, Chuck Leavell and Ivan Neville on keyboards, Simon Phillips
                        on drums, Ray Cooper on percussion, The Miami Horns on brass
                    Line-up: KR (gtr, voc)/Charley Drayton (bass)/Steve Jordan (dr)/Robert Cray
                                   (gtr)/Steve Cropper (gtr)
                    Note: The whole show was televised live on Spanish TV (TVE2).

911025A  25th October: Los Angeles, California Museum Of Science And Industry.
                    Premiere of the movie ‘At The Max’. Concert-film specially made for IMAX-
                    cinemas. Director: Julien Temple.
                    - Start Me Up (MJ/KR) -London 24.8.90
                    - Sad Sad Sad (MJ/KR) -Turin 28.7.90
                    - Tumbling Dice (MJ/KR) -London 24.8.90
                    - Ruby Tuesday (MJ/KR) -London 25.8.90
                    - Rock And A Hard Place (MJ/KR) -Turin 28.7.90
                    - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR) -Turin 28.7.90
                    - You Can’t Always Get What You Want (MJ/KR) -London 25.8.90
                    - Happy (MJ/KR) -East-Berlin 14.8.90
                    - Paint It Black (MJ/KR) -Turin 28.7.90
                    - 2000 Light Years From Home (MJ/KR) -Turin 28.7.90
                    - Sympathy For The Devil (MJ/KR) -London 24.8.90
                    - Street Fighting Man (MJ/KR) -London 25.8.90
                    - It’s Only Rock’n Roll (MJ/KR) -East-Berlin 14.8.90
                    - Brown Sugar (MJ/KR) -London 25.8.90
                    - Satisfaction (MJ/KR) -London 24.8.90
                    Note: Sound recording dates. The pictures are a mix of all listed shows plus
                              footage from Turin 29.7.90 (shot in an empty stadium!).

911028A  28th October: Paris, France, La Geode. Press conference by MJ (discussing ‘At
                   The Max’-movie)

911028B  28th October: CHARLIE WATTS QUINTET. Birmingham, England, New
                    Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club
 
911029A  29th October: CHARLIE WATTS QUINTET. Birmingham, England, New
                    Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club

911029B  29th October: Italian or Swiss TV ( ) 'Telegiornale', incl.
                   Footage of BW supporting British cancer patient Craig Shergold.

911030A  30th October: CHARLIE WATTS QUINTET. Birmingham, England, New
                    Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club

911031A  31st October: CHARLIE WATTS QUINTET. Birmingham, England, New
                   Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club, incl.
                   (Practising, Practising, Just Great/Blackbird - White Chicks/Bluebird/Bound
                     For New York/Terra De Pajaro/Bad Seeds - Rye Drinks/Relaxing At
                     Camarillo/Going, Going, Going, Gone/Just Friends)
                   Note: Soundboard recording was made for an upcoming live album.

911101A  1st November: CHARLIE WATTS QUINTET. Birmingham, England, New
                    Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club
                    Note: Soundboard recording was made for an upcoming live album.

911102A  2nd November: CHARLIE WATTS QUINTET. Birmingham, England, New
                   Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club

911110A  10th November: German TV (Tele 5) ‘P.O.P.’, incl.
                     - interview with KR
                    + footage from MJ’s press conference in Paris, 28.10.91

911115A  15th November: Japanese TV (JSB) ‘Wowow'-special: "From One Charlie…”.
                    Recorded in Tokyo, Japan, Asakusa Studio, 18th September.
                    - interview with CW by Mike Koshitani
                    - Practising, Practising, Just Great (Peter King)
                    - Blackbird - White Chicks (Peter King)
                    - Bluebird (Charlie Parker)
                    - Bound For New York (Peter King)
                    - Terra De Pajaro (Peter King)
                    - Bad Seeds - Rye Drinks (Peter King)
                    - Relaxing At Camarillo (Charlie Parker)
                    - Going, Going, Going, Gone (Peter King)

911121A  21st November: New York City, Beacon Theater. Press conference by KR
                   (discussing ‘At The Max’-movie)

911124A  24th November: LENNY KRAVITZ. London, Wembley Arena, incl.
                   - No Expectations (MJ/KR)
                   Line-up: MJ (voc)/Lenny Kravitz (voc, gtr)/Craig Ross (gtr)/Tony Breit (bass)

911129A  29th November: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   7” single (Rolling Stones Records 657597 7). Producers: The Glimmer Twins
                   & Chris Kimsey.
                   A: Jumping Jack Flash (MJ/KR) -live Tokyo 27.2.90
                   B: Tumbling Dice (MJ/KR) -taken from ‘At The Max’, London 24.8.90

911129B  29th November: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   CD-single (Rolling Stones Records 657597 2). Producers: The Glimmer Twins
                   & Chris Kimsey.
                   - Jumping Jack Flash (MJ/KR) -live Tokyo 27.2.90
                   - Tumbling Dice (MJ/KR) -taken from ‘At The Max’, London 24.8.90
                   - Street Fighting Man (MJ/KR) -taken from ‘At The Max’, London 25.8.90

911200A  December: DAVE STEWART.
                   Laser Disc ‘Beyond The Groove’ (VAP VPLR - 70175, Japan). Incl.
                   - Memory Motel (MJ/KR) by Mick Jagger
                   as background soundtrack. This version (see 870100C) is not available elsewhere.                   

911209A  9th December: US radio (Global Satellite Network) ‘Rockline’, New York City,
                   ABC Radio Studios. Host: Bob Coburn.
                    - interview with KR by Bob Coburn and various in-calling fans
                    - call-in by Steve Jordan

911210A  10th December: KEITH RICHARDS & THE X-PENSIVE WINOS.
                   CD ‘Live At The Hollywood Palladium, December 15, 1988’ (Virgin Records
                   America 2-91808, -USA). Producers: KR, Steve Jordan & Don Smith. Recorded
                   by Don Smith with The Record Plant Truck in Los Angeles, Hollywood
                   Palladium 15.12.88.
                   - Take It So Hard (KR/Steve Jordan)
                   - How I Wish (KR/Steve Jordan)
                   - I Could Have Stood You Up (KR/Steve Jordan)
                   - Too Rude (Lydon Roberts/Sly Dunbar/Robbie Shakespeare)
                   - Make No Mistake (KR/Steve Jordan)
                   - Time Is On My Side (Jerry Ragavoy/Jimmy Norman)
                   - Big Enough (KR/Steve Jordan)
                   - Whip It Up (KR/Steve Jordan)
                   - Locked Away (KR/Steve Jordan)
                   - Struggle (KR/Steve Jordan)
                   - Happy (MJ/KR)
                   - Connection (MJ/KR)
                   - Rockawhile (KR/Steve Jordan)

911210B  10th December: KEITH RICHARDS & THE X-PENSIVE WINOS.
                    Video ‘Live At The Hollywood Palladium December 15, 1988’ (Virgin Video/
                    A-Vision Entertainment 3-50271, -USA). Director: Anthony Eaton. Filmed live
                    in Los Angeles, Hollywood Palladium 15.12.88.
                    - Take It So Hard (KR/Steve Jordan)
                    - How I Wish (KR/Steve Jordan)
                    - I Could Have Stood You Up (KR/Steve Jordan)
                    - Too Rude (Lydon Roberts/Sly Dunbar/Robbie Shakespeare)
                    - Make No Mistake (KR/Steve Jordan)
                    - Time Is On My Side (Jerry Ragavoy/Jimmy Norman)
                    - Big Enough (KR/Steve Jordan)
                    - Whip It Up (KR/Steve Jordan)
                    - Locked Away (KR/Steve Jordan)
                    - Struggle (KR/Steve Jordan)
                    - Happy (MJ/KR)
                    - Connection (MJ/KR)
                    Note: Both releases (video and CD) were also released in a limited boxset
                              (Virgin America 50303-0).

911222A  22nd December: French TV (Canal +) ‘Rapido’, incl.
                    - interview with BW (in France)
                    - interview with CW (in London)
                    - interview with MJ’ (in Paris)

911223A  23rd December: US radio (D.I.R.) ‘King Biscuit Flower Hour’. Host: Bill Minkin.
                   Live-recordings from the 1981 US-tour.
                   Note: All eleven tracks were already aired before.

911200B  late 1991: VARIOUS ARTISTS.
                   CD 'Best of King Biscuit Live, Volume 1' (Sandstone D2-33005-2, -US). Incl.
                   - Sweet Little Rock'n Roller (Chuck Berry) -by Faces, live in San Bernardino
                         7.3.75

911200B  late 1991: THE HOTHOUSE FLOWERS. Irish TV (RTE2) 'Nighthawks'. Host:
                   Shay Healy. Incl.
                   - The Jean Genie (David Bowie)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr)/Joe Elliot (voc, gtr)/Fiachna O’ Braonain (gtr)/Liam O’ Maonlai
                                  (keyb)/Peter O’ Toole (bass)/Leo Barnes (sax)/Jerry Fehily (dr)
                   Note: Probably filmed in Dublin, The Phoenix Park on June 30, 1991.

910000A probably 1991: IMELDA MAY. Dublin, Ireland, Bruxelles
                  RW (gtr) jams with Imelda May (voc) and her band.