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Woodwork 1969-1970
by Nico Zentgraf


1957-1968             1969-1970             1971-1973             1974-1975

1969

Note: All tour dates are from the Jeff Beck Group, unless noted otherwise.

690114A  14th January: London, The Marquee
                  (You Shook Me-Let Me Love You/Plynth [Water Down The Drain]/
                    Blues De Luxe/Jeff’s Boogie/Rock My Plimsoul/Shapes Of Things/
                    I Ain’t Superstitious/Jailhouse Rock)

690205A  5th February: Tolworth, The Tallyho Pub

690200A  February: THE JEFF BECK GROUP. London, Kingsway Studios.
                 Producer: Mickie Most. Sound engineer: Martin Birch. Recording
                 sessions for ‘Beck-Ola’.
                 Line-up: RW (bass)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Jeff Beck (gtr)/Nicky Hopkins (p)/
                               Tony Newman (dr)
                 Note: Some of the sessions were filmed and edited for a
                 Plynth (Water Down The Drain)-promofilm.

mid-March - April: THE JEFF BECK GROUP. 3rd US tour.
                  Line-up: RW (bass)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Jeff Beck (gtr)/Nicky Hopkins (p)/
                                Tony Newman (dr)
                  Note: RW did not play the first gig of the tour (in Virginia)

690314A  14th March: Chicago, Psychedelic Ballroom
690315A  15th March: Chicago, Psychedelic Ballroom
690300A  March or April: Los Angeles, Shrine Auditorium
690400A  April: San Diego, Golden Hall, ‘Pop Festival’

690400B  April: London, unknown rehearsal space.
                  RW jams with Ronnie Lane, Ian McLagan and Kenney Jones

690421A  21st - 25th April: THE JEFF BECK GROUP. London, Kingsway Studios.
                 Producer: Mickie Most. Sound engineer: Martin Birch. Recording sessions
                 for ‘Beck-Ola’.
                 Line-up: RW (bass)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Jeff Beck (gtr)/Nicky Hopkins (p)/
                               Tony Newman (dr)

690425A  25th April: London, The Lyceum

early May - mid-May: THE JEFF BECK GROUP. 4th US tour.
                  Line-up: RW (bass)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Jeff Beck (gtr)/Nicky Hopkins (p)/
                                Tony Newman (dr)
                  Note: Making up for some cancelled shows in early April.

690502A  2nd May: New York, Fillmore East

690503A  3rd May: New York, Fillmore East
                   (Plynth [Water Down The Drain]/I Ain’t Superstitious/Shapes Of Things/
                     Jeff’s Boogie/Rock My Plimsoul/Jailhouse Rock/Wee Wee Baby)
                    Note: With special guest Joe Cocker singing vocals on ‘Wee Wee Baby’.

690504A  4th May: New York, Fillmore East
690505A  5th May: New York, Fillmore East

690506A  6th or 8th May: Boston, Tea Party
                 (Plynth/Talk To Me Baby/Jeff’s Boogie/Blues De Luxe/Shapes Of Things/
                  Rock My Plimsoul/Rice Pudding/Jailhouse Rock/I Ain’t Superstitious/
                  Wee Wee Baby)

690507A  7th May: Boston, Tea Party
                   (All Shook Up/You Shook Me/Plynth/Rice Pudding/Rock My Plimsoul/
                     Spanish Boots/Let Me Love You/I Ain't Superstitious/Shapes Of Things)

690516A  16th and 17th May: DONOVAN. London, Olympic Sound Studios.
                  Producer: Mickie Most. Incl.
                  - Goo Goo Barabajagal (Donovan Leitch)
                  - Trudi (Bed With Me) (Donovan Leitch)
                  - The Stromberg Twins (Donovan Leitch) -unverified
                  - Home-sickness (Donovan Leitch) -unverified
                  Line-up: RW (bass)/Donovan Leitch (gtr, voc)/Jeff Beck (gtr)/Nicky
                                Hopkins (p)/Micky Waller (dr)/Madeline Bell and Lesley Duncan (bvoc)

690900E  May: ART WOOD’S QUIET MELON. Phillips Studios, London.
                   Producer: unknown, maybe Art Wood. Incl.
                   - Engine 4444 (Art Wood)
                   - Diamond Joe I (Art Wood) -instrumental
                   - Diamond Joe II (Art Wood)
                   - Right Around The Thumb ( ) -unverified
                   - Two Steps To Mother ( ) -unverified
                   Line-up: RW (gtr)/Art Wood (voc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ian McLagan (keyb)/
                                 Ronnie Lane (bass)/Kenney Jones (dr)
                   Note: The first three tracks got released on a CD-single in November 1995.

690500B  May: THE QUIET MELON. Cambridge, University Ball (1st show).
690500C  May: THE QUIET MELON. Cambridge, University Ball (2nd show).
                  Note: Both shows had the same setlist, incl (unverified):
                   - Hoochie Coochie Man (Willie Dixon)
                   - I Got My Mojo Working (Preston Foster)
                   - What’d I Say (Ray Charles)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr)/Art Wood (voc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ronnie Lane (bass)/
                                 Kim Gardner (bass)/Ian McLagan (keyb)/Kenney Jones (dr)

690500D  May: THE QUIET MELON. Oxford, May Ball
                   Line-up: probably as 690500B/C, maybe without Ronnie Lane.

690500E  May: THE QUIET MELON. Surrey, University Ball
                   Line-up: RW (gtr)/John Baldry (voc + maybe harm and/or gtr)/Rod Stewart
                                 (voc)/Ian McLagan (keyb)/Kenney Jones (dr)/Jimmy Horowitz (keyb)/
                                  Kim Gardner (bass)

690606A  6th June: London, The Marquee

mid June - late July: THE JEFF BECK GROUP. 5th US tour.
                   Line-up: RW (bass)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Jeff Beck (gtr)/Tony Newman (dr)
                   Note: The tour had a one-week break in early July.

690612A  12th June: Los Angeles, Shrine Auditorium
                   (All Shook Up-The Hangman’s Knee/Rock My Plimsoul/The Sun Is
                     Shining/Rice Pudding)

690620A  20th June: San Francisco, Fillmore West, incl.
                   (Morning Dew/Rice Pudding/I Ain’t Superstitious)

690600A  June/July: New York, Fillmore East

690700A  July: New York, Flushing Meadow Singer Bowl

690706A  6th July: Newport, ‘Jazz Festival’
                   (I Ain’t Superstitious/You Shook Me/Plynth [Water Down The Drain]/
                    Rice Pudding/The Sun Is Shining/Rock My Plimsoul/Shapes Of Things/
                    Jeff’s Boogie)

690700A  July: THE JEFF BECK GROUP.
                   7“ single (Columbia 1C 006-90 346) Producer: Mickie Most.
                   A: Plynth (Water Down The Drain)(RW/Nicky Hopkins/Rod Stewart)
                   B: The Hangman’s Knee (Ron Wood/Nicky Hopkins/Rod Stewart)

690700B  July: New York, Central Park

690700C  July: New York, some unidentified studio or hotelroom. Jam session. Incl.
                  - Sweet Georgia Brown (Maceo Pinkard/Ben Bernie/Kenneth Casey)
                  - unidentified folksong 1
                  - unidentified Blues (Jam?)
                  - Down By The Riverside (Trad.)
                  - The Ballad Of Bonnie & Clyde (Mitch Murray/Peter Callandar)
                  - Jam
                  - unidentified folksong 2
                  - Blues Jam
                  - Jam („I Love My Pretty Baby“)
                  Line-up: RW (gtr)/Rod Stewart (voc)/+others (gtr, voc)

690726A  26th July: Detroit, Grande Ballroom
                   (All Shook Up/You Shook Me/Let Me Love You/The Hangman’s
                    Knee/I Wish It Would Rain/Rice Pudding/Morning Dew/Jeff’s
                    Boogie/Rock My Plimsoul/Shapes Of Things)

690700D  July: DONOVAN.
                   7“ single (Pye 7N 17778). Producer: Mickie Most.
                   A: Goo Goo Barabajagal (Donovan Leitch)
                   B: Trudi (Donovan Leitch)
                   Line-up: see 690516A.

690800A  August: MARSHA HUNT. London, IBC Studios. Producer: Kit Lambert.
                  - Wild Thing I (Chip Taylor)
                  - Wild Thing II (Chip Taylor) -duet with RW, unreleased.
                  + probably two more tracks.
                  Line-up: RW (bass)/Marsha Hunt (voc)/Pete Townshend (gtr)/Ian
                                McLagan (org)/Kenney Jones (dr)

690800B  Summer: London. RW jams with Leigh Stephens, Ronnie Lane and Micky Waller.

690800C  Summer: London, Bermondsey Street. The embryonic Faces (still without Rod
                  Stewart) rehearse at the Rolling Stones’ rehearsal space. Incl.
                   - Stone 1 (Ronnie Lane)
                   - Right Around The Thumb ( )
                   - Pineapple And The Monkey 1 (Ron Wood)
                   - Pineapple And The Monkey 2 (Ron Wood)
                   - Looking Out The Window 1 (Kenney Jones/Ian McLagan)
                   - first unknown 1
                   - first unknown 2
                   - first unknown 3
                   - second unknown
                   - Pineapple And The Monkey 3 (Ron Wood)
                   - first unknown 4
                   - Stone 2 (Ronnie Lane)
                   - Pineapple And The Monkey 4 (Ron Wood)
                   - Slow Blues ( )
                   - Looking Out The Window 2 (Kenney Jones/Ian McLagan)
                   - Devotion (Ronnie Lane)
                   - Looking Out The Window 3 (Kenney Jones/Ian McLagan)
                   Line-up: Ron Wood (gtr)/Ronnie Lane (voc, bass)/Ian McLagan (keyb)/
                                 Kenney Jones (dr)

 

690800D  late August onwards: ROD STEWART. London, Olympic Sound Studios
                 and Lansdowne Studios. Producer: Lou Reizner (and uncredited Rod Stewart).
                  Recording of his first solo album together with RW (see 691100A).

690905A  5th September: THE JEFF BECK GROUP.
                  LP ‘Beck Ola/Cosa Nostra’ (Columbia SCX 6351). Producer: Mickie
                  Most. Sound engineer: Martin Birch.
                   - All Shook Up (Elvis Presley/Otis Blackwell)
                   - Spanish Boots (Ron Wood/Jeff Beck/Rod Stewart)
                   - Girl From Mill Valley (Nicky Hopkins)
                   - Jailhouse Rock (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller)
                   - Plynth (Water Down The Drain)(RW/Nicky Hopkins/Rod Stewart)
                   - The Hangman’s Knee (Ron Wood/Nicky Hopkins/Rod Stewart)
                   - Rice Pudding (Ron Wood/Jeff Beck/Nicky Hopkins/Rod Stewart)

691000A  October: THE FACES. London, Olympic Sound Studios. Producer
                   and/or sound engineer: Glyn Johns. Recording of six demos.

691100A  November: ROD STEWART.
                  7“ single (Mercury 73031). Producer: Lou Reizner.
                  A: Handbags And Gladrags (Mike D’Abo)
                  B: Man Of Constant Sorrow (Trad. arr. Rod Stewart)
                  Line-up: see 691100B.

691100B  November: ROD STEWART.
                  LP ‘An Old Raincoat Won’t Ever Let You Down’ (Vertigo VO 4).
                  Producer: Lou Reizner. Arranged by Rod Stewart (except ‘Handbags
                  And Gladrags’ which was arranged by Mike D’Abo).
                  - Street Fighting Man (Mick Jagger/Keith Richards)
                  - Man Of Constant Sorrow (Trad. arr.: Rod Stewart)
                  - Blind Prayer (Rod Stewart)
                  - Handbags And Gladrags (Mike D’Abo) -Mike D’Abo on piano
                  - An Old Raincoat Won’t Ever Let You Down (Rod Stewart)
                  - I Wouldn’t Ever Change A Thing (Rod Stewart) -Keith Emerson on organ
                  - Cindy’s Lament (Rod Stewart)
                  - Dirty Old Town (Ewan McColl)
                  Line-up: RW (gtr, bass)/Rod Stewart (voc, gtr)/Martin Quittenton (gtr)/
                                Ian McLagan (keyb)/Martin Pugh (gtr)/Micky Waller (dr)

November: THE SMALL FACES. Dates in Switzerland
                  Line-up: RW (gtr)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ronnie Lane (bass)/lan McLagan (keyb)/
                                Kenney Jones (dr)

691100C  November: THE FACES. Effretikon (near Zurich), Switzerland
                  Note: Probably a week-long engagement.

961200A  December: THE FACES. Cambridgeshire, US Air Force base

691231A  31st December: THE FACES. London, Lyceum Ballroom
                  Line-up: see above
 

 


1970

Note: All entries (unless noted otherwise) are from The Faces (or The Small Faces,
as they called themselves until February 1970).

700100A  December 1969 - January: THE SMALL FACES. London, De Lane Lea
                  Recording Studios. Producer: The Faces. Sound engineer: Martin Birch.
                  Recordings for their first album.
                  Line-up: RW (gtr, harm, bass, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc, banjo)/
                                Ronnie Lane (bass, voc, gtr)/Ian McLagan (p, org, voc)/
                                Kenney Jones (dr)

early 1970: THE FACES. Tour of Denmark and Sweden (ca. 1 week)

700117A  17th January: Sheffield, University
700125A  25th January: Birmingham, Mothers

700200A  February: THE SMALL FACES.
                 7“ single (Warner Brothers WB 8005). Producer: The Faces. Sound
                 engineer: Martin Birch.
                 A: Flying (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart/Ronnie Lane)
                 B: Three Button Hand Me Down (Rod Stewart/Ian McLagan)
                 Note: In this early state of their career The Faces were sometimes
                          billed (and sometimes labeled themselves) as The Small Faces.

700200B  February: THE FACES. UK TV (BBC) ‘Top Of The Pops’, London.
                  - Flying (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart/Ronnie Lane)
                 Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ronnie Lane (bass, bvoc)/
                               Ian McLagan (org, bvoc)/Kenney Jones (dr)

700202A  2nd February: Southampton, Top Rank
700206A  6th February: London, The Lyceum, ‘Midnight Rave’
700213A  13th February: Norwich, University
700227A  27th February: Bristol, University
700301A  1st March: London, Lyceum Ballroom

700309A  9th March: THE FACES. UK radio (BBC) ‘Top Gear’, London, Paris
                  Cinema. Host: John Peel.
                   - Devotion (Ronnie Lane)
                   - Wicked Messenger (Bob Dylan)
                   - Pineapple And The Monkey (Ron Wood)
                   - Shake, Shudder, Shiver (Ron Wood/Ronnie Lane)
                   Note: Broadcast on the 28th March.

700310A  10th March: THE FACES. UK radio (BBC) ‘Dave Lee Travis’,
                  London, Camden Theatre. Host: Dave Lee Travis.
                   - Three Button Hand Me Down (Rod Stewart/Ian McLagan)
                   - Flying (Ron Wood/Ronnie Lane/Rod Stewart)
                   - Wicked Messenger (Bob Dylan)
                   Note: Broadcast on the 15th March.

700314A  14th March: THE FACES. UK TV (BBC2) ‘Disco 2’.
                   - unknown appearance by The Faces

700321A  21st March: THE FACES.
                   LP ‘First Step’ (Warner Brothers K 46053). Producer: The Faces.
                   Sound engineer: Martin Birch.
                   - Wicked Messenger (Bob Dylan)
                   - Devotion (Ronnie Lane)
                   - Shake, Shudder, Shiver (Ron Wood/Ronnie Lane)
                   - Stone (Ronnie Lane)
                   - Around The Plynth (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart)
                   - Flying (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart/Ronnie Lane)
                   - Pineapple And The Monkey (Ron Wood)
                   - Nobody Knows (Ron Wood/Ronnie Lane)
                   - Looking Out The Window (Kenney Jones/Ian McLagan)
                   - Three Button Hand Me Down (Rod Stewart/Ian McLagan)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, harm, bass, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc, banjo)/Ronnie
                                 Lane (bass, voc, gtr)/Ian McLagan (p, org, bvoc)/Kenney Jones (dr)

700321B  21st March: Birmingham, Mothers

700300A  Spring: THE FACES. UK TV (BBC) ‘Whistle Test’.
                   - Flying (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart/Ronnie Lane)

25th March - 30th May: THE SMALL FACES. 1st US TOUR (28 shows):
                  Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ronnie Lane (bass,
                                 bvoc)/Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/Kenney Jones (dr)
                  Note: Already through the name change in Europe, they still got
                            billed as Small Faces in the US.

700325A  25th March: Toronto, Canada, Varsity Arena

700326A  26th March: Boston, Tea Party
                  (Wicked Messenger/Shake, Shudder, Shiver/Devotion/That’s Evil/
                    Flying/Nobody Knows/Pineapple And The Monkey/Around The Plynth/
                    It’s All Over Now).

700327A  27th March: Boston, Tea Party
700328A  28th March: Boston, Tea Party
700300B  late March or early April: Virginia,
700300C  late March or early April: Wheaton,

700403A  3rd April: Detroit, East Town Theater
700404A  4th April: Detroit, East Town Theater
                  Note: One of the Detroit shows included the following set:
                            (Wicked Messenger/Shake, Shudder, Shiver/Devotion/That’s Evil/
                              Flying/Pineapple And The Monkey/You’re My Girl/Three Button
                              Hand Me Down/Around The Plynth-Gasoline Alley-Around The
                              Plynth/It’s All Over Now/I Feel So Good)

700408A  8th April: New York, Ungano’s
700409A  9th April: New York, Ungano’s
700410A  10th April: Philadelphia, Electric Factory
700411A  11th April: Philadelphia, Electric Factory
700415A  15th April: Chicago, Beaver’s
700416A  16th April: Chicago, Beaver’s
700417A  17th April: Birmingham (near Detroit), Palladium
700418A  18th April: Birmingham (near Detroit), Palladium
700420A  20th April: Boston, Garden
700423A  23rd April: Ithaca, Warehouse
700424A  24th April: Long Island, Island Park, Action House
700425A  25th April: Long Island, Island Park, Action House
700501A  1st May: Detroit, East Town Theater
700502A  2nd May: Detroit, East Town Theater
700503A  3rd May: Detroit, East Town Theater
700500A  May: Lansing, University
700507A  7th May: San Francisco, Fillmore West

700508A  8th May: San Francisco, Fillmore West
                  (Three Button Hand Me Down/Wicked Messenger/You’re My Girl/
                    Devotion/Maybe I’m Amazed/Flying/I Feel So Good/It’s All Over Now/
                    Blues De Luxe/Band Introduction)
                   Note: This is the set from one of the four dates.

700509A  9th May: San Francisco, Fillmore West
700510A  10th May: San Francisco, Fillmore West
700515A  15th May: Seattle, Eagles Ballroom
700516A  16th May: Seattle, Eagles Ballroom
700517A  17th May: Vancouver, Canada, Garden Auditorium
700522A  22nd May: Los Angeles, Olympic Theater
700529A  29th May: New York, Fillmore East
700530A  30th May: New York, Fillmore East

June: THE FACES. 6 UK dates.
                  Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ronnie Lane (bass, voc)/
                                Ian McLagan (p, org, bvoc)/Kenney Jones (dr)

700600A  June: Epping, Dudley Zoo
700600B  June: Epping, The Wake Arms
700620A  20th June: Dunstable, Civic Center

700625A  25th June: THE FACES. UK radio (BBC) ‘John Peel’s Sunday Concert’,
                  London, Paris Cinema.
                  Note: Broadcast on the 5th July.

700627A  27th June: Birmingham, Mothers

August: THE FACES. 4 US dates.
                  Line-up: see above.

700807A  7th August: Atlantic City, Music Hall
700808A  8th August: Atlantic City, Music Hall
700809A  9th August: Atlantic City, Music Hall
700810A  10th August: Atlantic City, Music Hall

Mid-August: THE FACES. Three gigs in Scandinavia.
                 Line-up: see above.

700821A  21st August: London, The Lyceum Ballroom

700827A  27th August: THE FACES. UK radio (BBC) ‘Sound Of The Seventies’,
                  London, Aeolian Hall, Studio #2. Host: Mike Harding.
                  - It’s All Over Now (Bobby and Shirley Womack)
                  - Three Button Hand Me Down (Rod Stewart/Ian McLagan)
                  - Around The Plynth (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart)
                  Note: Broadcast on the 1st September.

700900A  September: ROD STEWART.
                   7“ single (Vertigo 6086002). Producer: Rod Stewart and Lou Reizner.
                   A: It’s All Over Now I (Bobby and Shirley Womack)
                   B: Jo’s Lament (Rod Stewart)
                   Note: The single-version of It’s All Over Now is different to the album-version!
                   Line-up: see 700911A.

700911A  11th September: ROD STEWART.
                   LP ‘Gasoline Alley’ (Vertigo 6360500). Producer: Rod Stewart and
                   Lou Reizner. Recorded in London, Morgan Studios in  August 1970.
                   - Gasoline Alley (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart) -Stanley Matthews on mandolin
                   - It’s All Over Now II (Bobby and Shirley Womack) -William Gaff is whistling.
                   - Only A Hobo (Bob Dylan) -Dennis O’Flynn on violin bass
                   - My Way Of Giving (Steve Marriott/Ronnie Lane)
                   - Country Comfort (Elton John/Bernie Taupin) -Harry Reynolds on
                        backing vocals, Pete Sears on piano
                   - Cut Across Shorty (Marijohn Wilkin/Wayne P. Walker) -Pete Sears on bass
                   - Lady Day (Rod Stewart) -Dennis O’Flynn on violin bass
                   - Jo’s Lament (Rod Stewart)
                   - You’re My Girl (I Don’t Want To Discuss It)(Dick Cooper/Beth Beatty/
                        Ernie Shelby)
                   Basic line-up: RW (gtr, bass)/Rod Stewart (voc, gtr)/Martin Quittenton (gtr)/
                                         Ronnie Lane (bass)/Ian McLagan (keyb)/Micky Waller (dr)/
                                         Kenney Jones (dr)/Dick Powell (violin)

700904A  between 4th - 6th September: Fehmarn, West-Germany, ‘Love And Peace Festival’
700911A  11th September: London, Hampstead Country Club
700913A  13th September: London, Black Prince Hotel

700915A  15th September: THE FACES. UK radio (BBC) ‘Top Gear’, London,
                   Maida Vale, Studio #4. Host: John Peel.
                   - Had Me A Real Good Time (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart)
                   - Around The Plynth (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart)
                   - Country Comfort (Elton John/Bernie Taupin)
                   Note: Broadcast on the 19th September.

700918A  18th September: London, The Lyceum Ballroom
700925A  25th September: London, The Marquee

700900B  September: THE FACES. US TV (Metromedia) ‘London Rock’.
                   - incl. unknown footage of The Faces

701000A  Autumn: ROD STEWART.
                  7“ single (Vertigo 6086004). Producer: Rod Stewarz and Lou Reizner.
                  A: Gasoline Alley (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart)
                  B: Only A Hobo (Bob Dylan)
                  Line-up: see 700911A.

1st October - 15th November: THE FACES. 2nd US Tour.
                  Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ronnie Lane (bass, voc)/
                                Ian McLagan (p, org, bvoc)/Kenney Jones (dr)

701001A  1st October: Plainfield, Goddard College
701002A  2nd October: Porchester, Capitol Theater
701003A  3rd October: Porchester, Capitol Theater
701005A  5th October: Boston, Tea Party
701007A  7th October: Boston, Tea Party
701009A  9th October: Rochester, The Club (1st show)
701009B  9th October: Rochester, The Club (2nd show)
701010A  10th October: Staten Island, Wagner College
701012A  12th October: Wilkes Barre, Kingston Armory
701016A  16th October: Detroit, East Town Theater
701017A  17th October: Detroit, East Town Theater
701018A  18th October: Milwaukee, The Scene
701023A  23rd October: Philadelphia, Spectrum, ‘Quaker City Rock Festival’
701024A  24th October: Island Park, Action House

701025A  25th October: Miami, Municipal Auditorium
                  (You’re My Girl/Too Much Woman-Street Fighting Man-Too Much
                    Women/Country Comfort/Flying/Cut Across Shorty/Around The
                     Plynth-Country Honk-An Old Raincoat Won’t Ever Let You Down-
                     Gasoline Alley-Around The Plynth/It’s All Over Now)

701027A  27th October: Birmingham, Palladium

701028A  28th October: San Francisco, Fillmore West
                 (Devotion/You’re My Girl/Wicked Messenger/Country Comfort/
                   Flying/Too Much Woman/Cut Across Shorty/Maybe I’m Amazed/
                   Around The Plynth-Country Honk-Gasoline Alley-Around The Plynth/
                   Love In Vain/Three Button Hand Me Down/It’s All Over Now/
                   I Feel So Good/Blues De Luxe)

701030A  30th October: Santa Monica, Civic Auditorium
                  (Devotion/You’re My Girl/Flying/Wicked Messenger/Country
                   Comfort/Too Much Woman/Cut Across Shorty/Maybe I’m Amazed/
                   Around The Plynth-Country Honk-Gasoline Alley-Around The Plynth/
                   It’s All Over Now/Love In Vain/I Feel So Good/Had Me A Real Good Time/Blues De Luxe)

701031A  31st October: Vancouver, Canada, Aridome
701103A  3rd  November: Madison, Dewey’s
701105A  5th  November: Stoney Brook, State University of New York
701106A  6th  November: Williamstown, Williams College
701107A  7th  November: Detroit, Olympic Stadium
701108A  8th  November:  Minneapolis, The Depot

701110A  10th November: New York, Fillmore East
                  Note: Soundboard recording was made recorded with the Electric Lady
                            Mobile Record Unit by sound engineer Dave Palmer.

701111A  11th November: Rochester, The Club

701113A  13th November: THE FACES.
                  7“ single (Warner Brothers WB 8018). Producer: The Faces. Sound
                  engineer side A: Mike Bobak.
                  A: Had Me A Real Good Time I (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart/Ronnie Lane)
                  B: Rear Wheel Skid (RonWood/Ian McLagan/Kenney Jones/Ronnie Lane)

701113B  13th November: Chicago, Syndrome
701114A  14th November: Dayton, Hara Arena
701115A  15th November: Lowell, Commodore Ballroom

701119A  19th November: THE FACES. UK radio (BBC) ‘John Peel’s Sunday
                   Concert’, London, Paris Cinema.
                   Note: Broadcast on the 29th November.

701120A  20th November: London, The Marquee
701122A  22nd November: Epping, The Wake Arms
701128A  28th November: Leicester, University
701129A  29th November: Croydon, The Greyhound

701100A  November: THE FACES. UK TV (BBC) ‘Top Of The Pops’, London.
                  - Had Me A Real Good Time (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart/Ronnie Lane)

701204A  4th December: London, Polytechnic
701205A  5th December: Sheffield, University
701206A  6th December: London, Black Prince Hotel

701207A  7th December: London, The Marquee
                   (Devotion/You’re My Girl/Flying/Too Much Woman-Street Fighting
                     Man-Too Much Woman/Maybe I’m Amazed/Gasoline Alley/
                     Around The Plynth)
                   Note: Filmed by German WDR-TV and televised in Germany on
                             the 15th January 1971.

701208A  8th December: UK radio (BBC) ‘Top Gear’, London. Host: John Peel.
                   Producer: John Walters.
                   - recording of Christmas carols.
                  Line-up: RW, Marc Bolan, John Peel, Robert Wyatt, Mark Ratledge,
                                 Rod Stewart, Kenney Jones, Sonja Kristina, Ian McLagan, Ronnie
                                 Lane, Ivor Cutler and two unknowns (voc), David Bedford (p)
                  Note: Broadcast on the 26th December.

11th - 16th December: THE FACES. West-Germany Tour.
                  Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ronnie Lane (bass, voc)/
                                Ian McLagan (p, org, bvoc)/Kenney Jones (dr)

701211A  11th December: Hamburg, West-Germany,
701212A  12th December: Hannover, West-Germany,
701213A  13th December: Berlin, West-Germany,
701215A  15th December: Stuttgart, West-Germany,
701216A  16th December: Munich, West-Germany, Circus Krone

701200A  mid-December: THE FACES. German TV (NDR) ‘Sympathy For The Devil’.
                  Incl.
                  - Love In Vain (Robert Johnson) -part only
                  - The Faces backstage in Germany
                 Note: Broadcast in 1972, re-broadcast on the 29th August 1992.

December: THE FACES. Switzerland Tour (all in all six dates).
                  Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ronnie Lane (bass, voc)/
                                Ian McLagan (p, org, bvoc)/Kenney Jones (dr)

701200A  December: Berne, Switzerland,
701200B  December: Basel, Switzerland,
701200C  December: Zürich, Switzerland,

701200D  December: London, Seven Sisters, Sisters Club

 


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