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  Woodwork 1971-1973
by Nico Zentgraf

 

1969

Note: All tour dates are from Faces, unless noted otherwise.

710100A  January: Paris, France,

710100B  January: THE FACES. French TV ( ), Paris. Incl.
                   - Around The Plynth/Gasoline Alley (both: Ron Wood/Rod Stewart)
                   - Love In Vain (Robert Johnson)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ronnie Lane (bass, bvoc)/
                                 Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/Kenny Jones (dr)

710115A  15th January: THE FACES. German TV (WDR) ‘Swing In - The Faces
                    Live At The Marquee’.
                    - Devotion (Ronnie Lane)
                    - You’re My Girl (Dick Cooper/Beth Beatty/Ernie Shelby)
                    - Flying (RW/Ronnie Lane/Rod Stewart)
                    - Too Much Woman-Street Fighting Man-Too Much Woman (Ike
                         Turner-Mick Jagger/Keith Richards)
                    - Maybe I’m Amazed (Paul McCartney)
                    - Gasoline Alley (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart)
                    - Around The Plynth (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart)
                    Note: Recorded live in London on the 7th December 1970.

710115B  15th January: Northampton or Woolaston, Nags Head -cancelled
710116A  16th January: London, London School Of Economics -cancelled
710117A  17th January: Cheltenham, Town Hall -cancelled

710120A  20th  January: Newcastle, City Hall
710122A  22nd  January: Nottingham, Trent Polytechnic
710123A  23rd  January: Bradford, University
710124A  24th  January: Croydon, The Greyhound
710127A  27th  January: Birmingham, Town Hall
710129A  29th  January: Exeter, University
710130A  30th  January: Hampstead, Westfield College
710131A  31st  January: Bournemouth, Winter Gardens

710200A  early February: ASHTON, GARDNER + DYKE.
                   LP ‘The Worst Of Ashton, Gardner + Dyke’ (Capitol E-ST 563).
                   Recorded in 1970 in London at De Lane Lea Recording Studios. Incl.
                   - Mister Freako (Tony Ashton)
                   Line-up: Ron Wood (gtr)/Tony Ashton (keyb, voc)/Kim Gardner (bass)/
                                 Roy Dyke (dr)/Rosetta Hightower, Madeline Bell + P.P.Arnold
                                 (bvoc)/Brian Cole (steel gtr)
                   Note: Probably to contractual reasons Ron Wood is credited as Romulus
                             Woodworth.

5th February - 28th March: THE FACES. 3rd US Tour.
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ronnie Lane (bass, voc)/
                                 Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/Kenny Jones (dr)

710205A  5th February: Jersey City,
710206A  6th February: Jersey City, (date unsure)
710209A  9th February: Boston, Music Hall
710200B  February/March: Georgia,
710200C  February/March: Charlotte,
710200D  February/March: Berkeley,
710200F  February/March: San Jose, Civic Auditorium
710200G  February/March: Portland, Civic Auditorium
710200H  February/March: Denver, Coliseum
710200J   February/March: Detroit, Cobo Hall
710200K  February/March: Nashville,
710200L   February/March: Fort Worth,
710200M  February/March: Houston,
710200N  February/March: Minneapolis,
710200P  February/March: Vancouver,
710200Q  February/March: Dayton,
710200R  February/March: Port Chester, Capitol Theater

710310A  10th March: Los Angeles, Forum
                   (You’re My Girl/Too Much Woman-Street Fighting Man-Too Much
                   Women/Maybe I’m Amazed/It’s All Over Now/I’m Losing You/
                   Love In Vain/Around The Plynth-Stay With Me-An Old Raincoat
                   Won’t Ever Let You Down-Gasoline Alley-Around The Plynth/
                   I Feel So Good/Country Comfort)

710318A  18th March: San Diego, Sports Arena
710320A  20th March: Santa Clara, Fairground
710328A  28th March: Dallas,

710300A  March: THE FACES.
                   7“ single (Warner Brothers WB 16078 -France). Producer: The Faces.
                   Sound engineer: Bill Lazarus (side A). Side A got recorded At Sunset
                   Sound Studios, Los Angeles.
                   A: Maybe I’m Amazed (Paul McCartney)
                   B: Oh Lord I’m Browned Off (Ron Wood/Ronnie Lane/Ian McLagan/
                        Kenny Jones)
                   Note: Maybe I’m Amazed is a studio version, different to the version on
                             Long Player (which is live).

710300B  March: THE FACES.
                   LP ‘Long Player’ (Warner Brothers WB K 46064). Producer: The Faces.
                   Sound engineers: Mike Bobak, Martin Birch & Dave Palmer.
                   - Bad’n Ruin (Rod Stewart/Ian McLagan)
                   - Tell Everyone (Ronnie Lane)
                   - Sweet Lady Mary (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart/Ronnie Lane)
                   - Richmond (Ronnie Lane)
                   - Maybe I’m Amazed (Paul McCartney)
                   - Had Me A Real Good Time II (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart/Ronnie Lane)
                   - Bobby Keys on sax, Harry Beckett on trumpet.
                   - On The Beach (Ron Wood/Ronnie Lane)
                   - I Feel So Good (Big Bill Broonzy)
                   - Jerusalem (Traditional)
                   Note: Maybe I’m Amazed and I Feel So Good were recorded live in New
                            York at Fillmore East on the 10th November 1970 with the
                            Electric Lady Mobile Record Unit with sound engineer Dave
                            Palmer. Bad’n Ruin and Tell Everyone got recorded with the
                            Rolling Stones Mobile Record Unit by Martin Birch at Mick Jagger’s
                            house in Newbury (Stargroves), On The Beach got recorded
                            on a Revox at Ronnie Lane’s House and all the remaining
                            tracks got recorded in Morgan Sound Studios, Willesden
                            with sound engineer Mike Bobak. Most probably in September 1970.

710300C  March: THE FACES. UK TV (BBC) ‘Top Of The Pops’, London.
                   - Maybe I’m Amazed (Paul McCartney)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ronnie Lane (bass, voc)/Ian
                                 McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/Kenny Jones (dr)

710330A  30th March: London, Chalk Farm Roundhouse
710411A  11th April: Purley, Orchid Ballroom
710414A  14th April: Dusseldorf, West-Germany, Rheinhalle

710417A  17th April: Munich, West-Germany,
                   (Country Comfort/You’re My Girl/Maybe I’m Amazed/Too Much
                    Women/It’s All Over Now/I’m Losing You/Love In Vain/Around
                    The Plynth-Stay With Me-An Old Raincoat Won’t Ever Let You
                    Down-Gasoline Alley-Around The Plynth/Had Me A Real Good Time)

710419A  19th April: THE FACES. UK TV (BBC2) ‘Disco 2’, London.
                    - Tell Everyone (Ronnie Lane)
                    - Sweet Lady Mary (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart/Ronnie Lane)
                    - Bad’n Ruin (Rod Stewart/Ian McLagan)
                   Note: The Faces sang live on prepared backing tracks.
                             Televised on the 22nd April.

710420A  20th April: THE FACES. UK radio (BBC) ‘Sounds Of The Seventies’,
                   London, Kensington House, Studio T1. Host: Bob Harris.
                 - Had Me A Real Good Time (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart/Ronnie Lane)
                 - Love In Vain (Robert Johnson)
                 - Oh Lord I’m Browned Off (Ron Wood/Ronnie Lane/Ian McLagan/
                      Kenny Jones)
                 - Maybe I’m Amazed (Paul McCartney)
                Note: Broadcast on the 3rd May.

710424A  24th April: Nottingham, University

710429A  29th April: THE FACES. UK TV (BBC) ‘Top Of The Pops’, London.
                  - Richmond (Ronnie Lane)
                  - Bad’n Ruin (Rod Stewart/Ian McLagan)
                  Line-up ‘Richmond’: RW (dobro)/Rod Stewart (upright bass)/Ronnie Lane
                               (voc, dobro)
                  Line-up ‘Bad’n Ruin’: As usual, see 3rd US tour, 5th February.

710429B  29th April: London, Chalk Farm Roundhouse
710430A  30th April: Lancaster, University

710501A  1st May: JOHN BALDRY.
                   LP (Warner Brothers WB K 46088). Producer: Rod Stewart. Sound
                   engineer: Mike Bobak. Recorded at Morgan Sound Studios, Willesden
                   (London) during a one week break of the February/March US-tour.
                   - Don’t Try To Lay No Boogie-Woogie On The King Of Rock’n Roll
                        (Jeff Thomas) -Alan Skidmore on sax, Lesley Duncan, Madeline Bell,
                        Kay Garner, Liza Strike, Doris Troy, Tony Burrows. Tony Hazzard and
                        Roger Cook on backing vocals.
                   - Black Girl (Huddie Ledbetter) -Maggie Bell on vocals
                   - It Ain’t Easy (Ron Davies) -Maggie Bell on backing vocals
                   - Morning, Morning (Tuli Kupferberg) -Ray Jackson on mandolin
                   - I’m Ready (Willie Dixon)
                  Line-up:RW (gtr)/John Baldry (voc, gtr)/Sam Mitchell (gtr, dobro)/
                               Ian Armitt (p)/Rick Brown (bass)/Micky Waller (dr)
                  Note: The album contains also a cover version of the Faces first single Flying,
                            but without RW playing onto (produced by Elton John).

710501B  1st May: London, London School Of Economics
710506A  6th May: Watford, Town Hall
710507A  7th May: Brighton, Sussex Sports Centre
710508A  8th May: Leicester, Polytechnic

710513A  13th May: THE FACES. UK radio (BBC) ‘John Peel’s Sunday Concert’,
                    London, Paris Cinema.
                    (You’re My Girl/Cut Across Shorty/Love In Vain/Bad’n Ruin/
                      It’s All Over Now/Had Me A Real Good Time/I’m Losing You)
                     Note: Broadcast on the 23rd May.

710514A  14th May: Wollaston, Nag’s Head
710515A  15th May: London, Crystal Palace, ‘Garden Party’
710516A  16th May: Croydon, The Greyhound
710518A  18th May: Birmingham, Town Hall
710520A  20th May: Cheltenham, Town Hall
710521A  21st May: Loughborough, University
710522A  22nd May: Liverpool, Stadium
710523A  23rd May: Hanley, Victoria Hall
710526A  26th May: Bournemouth, Winter Gardens
710528A  28th May: Newcastle, Fillmore North
710530A  30th May: Croydon, The Greyhound
710702A  2nd July: Aylesbury, Friars Club
710703A  3rd July: Kingston, Polytechnic

710709A  9th July: ROD STEWART.
                   LP ‘Every Picture Tells A Story’ (Mercury 6338063). Producer: Rod
                   Stewart. Sound engineer: Mike Bobak. Recorded at Morgan Sound Studios,
                   Willesden in April 1971.
                   - Every Picture Tells A Story (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart) -Maggie Bell and
                        John Baldry on backing vocals
                   - Seems Like A Long Time (T. Anderson) -Madeline Bell and friends on
                        backing vocals.
                   - That’s Alright (Arthur Crudup)
                   - Tomorrow Is Such A Long Time (Bob Dylan) -Dick Powell on violin
                   - Maggie May (Rod Stewart/Martin Quittenton) -Ray Jackson on mandolin,
                        Ian McLagan on organ.
                   - Mandolin Wind (Rod Stewart) -Ray Jackson on mandolin, Sam Mitchell
                        on guitar
                   - I’m Losing You (Norman Whitfield/Eddie Holland/Cornelius Grant) -genuine
                        Faces-line-up.
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, bass, pedal steel)/Rod Stewart (voc, gtr)/Martin Quittenton
                                 (gtr)/Andy Pyle and Danny Thompson (bass)/Micky Waller (dr)/
                                 Pete Sears (p)

9th July - 1st August: THE FACES. 4th US Tour.
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ronnie Lane (bass, voc)/
                                 Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/Kenny Jones (dr)

710709A  9th July: Philadelphia, The Spectrum
710710A  10th July: Cleveland,
710711A  11th July: Minneapolis,
710714A  14th July: Milwaukee,
710716A  16th July: Pittsburgh,

710717A  17th July: Dayton,
                   (Three Button Hand Me Down/Maybe I’m Amazed/Country Comfort/
                     Love In Vain/Had Me A Real Good Time-Every Picture Tells A Story/
                     Around The Plynth-Gasoline Alley-Around The Plynth)

710718A  18th July: Toledo,
710720A  20th July: Chicago, Kinetic Circus Playground
710721A  21st July: Chicago, Auditorium Theater
710723A  23rd July: Miami, Dania Pirates World
710724A  24th July: Orlando,
710725A  25th July: New Orleans,
710726A  26th or 27th July: San Antonio,
710728A  28th July: Houston,
710729A  29th July: Wichita,
710730A  30th July: Long Beach,
710731A  31st July: Salt Lake City,
710801A  1st August: Berkeley, Community Theater

710806A  6th August: ROD STEWART.
                7“ single (Mercury 6052097). Producer: Rod Stewart. Sound engineer: Mike
                   Bobak.
                   A: Maggie May (Rod Stewart/Martin Quittenton) -Ray Jackson on mandolin
                          and Ian McLagan on organ.
                  [B: Reason To Believe (Tim Hardin)]
                  Note: First copies of the single had side A on side B and vice versa
                  Line-up side A: see 710709A.

710819A  19th August: ROD STEWART. UK TV (BBC) ‘Top Of The Pops’,
                   London. Host: Tony Blackburn. Unconfirmed.

710821A  21st August: Bilsen, Belgium, ‘Jazz Festival’
710827A  27th August: Newcastle, Mayfair
710829A  29th August: Weeley, ‘Weeley Festival’
710905A  5th September: London, Queen Elizabeth Hall

710916A  16th September: ROD STEWART. UK TV (BBC) ‘Top Of The Pops’, London.
                   - Maggie May (Rod Stewart/Martin Quittenton)
                   Note: Maggie May was also on ‘Top Of The Pops’ on the 30.9., 7.10., 14.10.,
                             21.10., 28.10., 4.11. and 27.12.! But some of these had been repeats.
                             The Faces had been in studio either three or four times.
                             Always good for a joke, on one occasion the Faces played each others
                             instruments:
                             RW (keyb)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ronnie Lane (dr)/Ian McLagan (gtr)/
                             Kenny Jones (bass)
                             On another occasion John Peel mimed playing the mandolin.

710918A  18th September: London, Oval Cricket Ground, ‘Concert For Bangla Desh’
                   (Three Button Hand Me Down/When Will I Be Loved/Maybe I’m Amazed/
                     Stay With Me/It’s All Over Now/Country Comfort/Around The Plynth/
                     Maggie May/I’m Losing You/Had Me A Real Good Time/Every Picture
                     Tells A Story)
                    Note: Composers of When Will I Be Loved are Don and Phil Everly.

710928A  28th September: THE FACES. UK radio (BBC) ‘Top Gear’, London,
                   Maida Vale, Studio #4. Host: John Peel.
                    - Stay With Me (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart)
                    - Miss Judy’s Farm (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart)
                    - Maggie May (Rod Stewart/Martin Quittenton)
                    Note: Broadcast on the 6th October.

710930A  30th September: MARSHA HUNT.
                    LP ‘Woman Child’ (Track Records 2410101). Producer: Kit Lambert.
                    Recorded in August 1969 in London, IBC Studios. Incl.
                    - Wild Thing (Chip Taylor)
                    Line-up: Ron Wood (bass)/Marsha Hunt (voc)/Pete Townshend (gtr)/
                                  Ian McLagan (org)/Kenny Jones (dr)

711008A  8th October: Bournemouth, Starkers
711022A  22nd October: Birmingham, Kinetic Circus
711025A  25th October: Manchester, Free Trade Hall

711100A  November: ROD STEWART.
                 7“ single (Mercury 6052116). Producer: Rod Stewart. Sound engineer: Mike
                 Bobak.
                 A: I’m Losing You (Norman Whitfield/Eddie Holland/Cornelius Grant) -Faces
                        lineup
                 B: Mandolin Wind (Rod Stewart) -Ray Jackson on mandolin, Sam Mitchell
                        on guitar

711105A  5th November: Groningen, Holland -cancelled
711106A  6th November. unidentified city, Holland -cancelled

711110A  10th November: Sunderland, Fillmore
711113A  13th November: Bath, Pavilion

23rd November - 26th December: THE FACES.  5th US Tour.
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ronnie Lane (bass, voc)/
                                 Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/Kenny Jones (dr)

711123A  23rd November: St. Louis, Amphitheater
711100B  November: Dayton,
711126A  26th November: New York, Madison Square Garden

711203A  3rd December: THE FACES.
                   7“ single (Warner Brothers WB K 16136). Producer: Glyn Johns and The
                   Faces. Sound engineer: Glyn Johns.
                   A: Stay With Me (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart)
                   B: Debris (Ronnie Lane)

711206A  6th December: San Bernardino,
              (Three Button Hand Me Down/Miss Judy’s Farm/It’s All Over Now/
                Maybe I’m Amazed/Memphis, Tennessee/Country Comfort/Too Bad/
                Stay With Me/ That’s All You Need-Gasoline Alley-That’s All You Need/
                Maggie May/I’m Losing You/I Feel So Good/Country Comfort)

711210A  10th December: THE FACES.
                   LP ‘A Nod’s As Good As A Wink To A Blind Horse’ (Warner Brothers
                   WB K 56006). Producer: Glyn Johns and The Faces. Sound engineer:
                   Glyn Johns. Probably recorded at Olympic Sound Studios, London in
                    September and/or October.
                   - Miss Judy’s Farm (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart)
                   - You’re So Rude (lan McLagan/Ronnie Lane)
                   - Love Lives Here (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart/Ronnie Lane)
                   - Last Orders Please (Ronnie Lane)
                   - Stay With Me (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart)
                   - Debris (Ronnie Lane)
                   - Memphis, Tennessee (Chuck Berry) [under title: Memphis]
                   - Too Bad (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart)
                   - That’s All You Need (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart) -Harry Fowler on steel drums

711212A  12th December: Toronto, Canada,
711216A  16th December: Buffalo,
711217A  17th December: Chicago, Amphitheater
711226A  26th December: New York, Madison Square Garden
 
 

 


1972

Note: All entries (unless noted otherwise) are from The Faces.

720000A  1972: German TV (NDR) ‘Sympathy For The Devil’. Incl.
                   - Love In Vain (Robert Johnson) -part only, Faces live in Germany 1971
                   + backstage scenes
                   Note: See also Stones 720000A for more details.

720113A  13th January: THE FACES. UK TV (BBC) ‘Top Of The Pops’, London.
                    - Stay With Me (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ronnie Lane (bass)/Ian McLagan (p)/
                                 Kenny Jones (dr)

720211A  11th February: London, The Rainbow
720212A  12th February: London, The Rainbow

720217A  17th February: THE FACES. UK radio (BBC) ‘In Concert’, London,
                  Paris Theatre. Host: John Peel.
                  (Three Button Hand Me Down/Miss Judy’s Farm/Memphis, Tennessee/
                   Give Me The Moonlight [a capella]/Too Bad/Last Orders Please/Devotion/
                   Medley:That’s All You Need-Country Honk-Gasoline Alley-That’s All You
                   Need/I’m Losing You/Stay With Me/Had Me A Real Good Time/
                   Underneath The Arches [a capella]/Every Picture Tells A Story)
                   Note: Broadcast on the 27th February.

720225A  25th February: Rotterdam, Holland,

720200A  February: JOHN BALDRY.
                  LP ‘Everything Stops For Tea’ (Warner Brothers WB K 46160).
                  With cover artwork by Ron Wood.

10th - 12th March: THE FACES. Short Germany Tour.
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ronnie Lane (bass, voc)/Ian
                                 McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/Kenny Jones (dr)

720310A  10th March: Offenbach, West-Germany, Stadthalle
720311A  11th March: Berlin, West-Germany, Deutschlandhalle
720312A  12th March: Dusseldorf, West-Germany, Philipshalle

720300A  late March/early April: San Juan, Puerto Rico, ‘Mar Y Sol Festival’

720401A  1st April: THE FACES. UK TV (BBC2) ‘Sounds For Saturday - The
                   Music Of The Faces’, London.
                   - Three Button Hand Me Down (Rod Stewart/Ian McLagan)
                   - Maybe I’m Amazed (Paul McCartney)
                   - Too Much Woman-Street Fighting Man-Too Much Woman (Ike
                       Turner-Mick Jagger/Keith Richards-Ike Turner)
                   - Miss Judy’s Farm (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart)
                   - Love In Vain (Robert Johnson)
                   - Stay With Me (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart)
                   - I’m Losing You (Norman Whitfield/Eddie Holland/Cornelius Grant)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ronnie Lane (bass, voc)/
                                 Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/Kenny Jones (dr)
                    Note: Telerecorded earlier.

720405A  5th April: Leicester, Odeon
720408A  8th April: Bristol, Hippodrome
720409A  9th April: Oxford, New Theatre
720410A  10th April: Worchester, Gaumont

21st April - 30th April: THE FACES. ‘Rock’n Roll Circus’ - short US tour.
                  Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ronnie Lane (bass, voc)/
                                Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/Kenny Jones (dr)

720421A  21st April: Memphis, Mid-South Coliseum

720430A  30th April: Tampa Bay, Stadium
                   (It’s All Over Now/Miss Judy’s Farm/Maybe I’m Amazed/Too Bad/
                    Memphis, Tennessee/Love In Vain/Stay With Me/That’s All You Need-
                    Gasoline Alley-That’s All You Need/Maggie May/I’m Losing You/
                    I Feel So Good)

720506A  6th May: THE FACES. London, Chalk Farm, The Roundhouse
                   - It’s All Over Now (Bobby and Shirley Womack)
                   - I’m Losing You (Norman Whitfield/Eddie Holland/Cornelius Grant)
                   - Roll Over Beethoven-Lawdy Miss Clawdy-I Feel So Good (Chuck
                        Berry-Lloyd Price/Big Bill Broonzy-Chuck Berry)
                   - Maggie May (Rod Stewart/Martin Quittenton)
                   - That’s All You Need (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart)
                   - Stay With Me (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart)
                   - True Blue (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart)
                   Note: Whole show got filmed and these songs later surfaced in different films
                             and videos.

720500A  May: Hockenheim, West-Germany, Hockenheimring, festival
720527A 27th May: Lincolnshire, ‘Great Western Festival’
720528A  28th May: London, Queen Elizabeth Hall
720531A  31st May: Manchester, Free Trade Hall
720605A  5th June: Cramley, festival

mid-June - mid-July: THE FACES. 6th US tour.
                Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ronnie Lane (bass, voc)/
                              Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/Kenny Jones (dr)

720600A  mid-June: Los Angeles,

720700A  July: JOHN CALE.
                    LP ‘The Academy In Peril’ (Reprise K 44212). Producer: John Cale.
                    Recorded probably at Air Recording Studios, London. Incl.
                    - The Philosopher (John Cale)
                    Line-up: RW (gtr)/John Cale (p)

720701A  1st  July: Boston,
720702A  2nd  July: Philadelphia,
720703A  3rd  July: Akron,
720705A  5th  July: Ann Arbor,
720706A  6th  July: Syracuse,
720708A  8th  July: Long Pond, Pocono Raceway, festival

720721A  21st July: ROD STEWART.
                  LP ‘Never A Dull Moment’ (Mercury 6499 153). Producer: Rod Stewart.
                  Sound engineer: Glyn Johns (‘True Blue’) at Olympic Sound Studios and
                  Mike Bobak (all other tracks) at Morgan Sound Studios.
                  - True Blue (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart) -genuine Faces line-up
                  - Lost Paraguayos (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart)
                  - Italian Girls (RW/Rod Stewart) -Dick Powell on violin, Pete Sears on piano
                  - Angel (Jimi Hendrix) -Neemoi ‘Speedy’ Aquaye on congas, Ronnie Lane on bass
                  - Interludings (Art Wood)
                  - You Wear It Well (Rod Stewart/Martin Quittenton) -Dick Powell on violin
                 - I’d Rather Go Blind (Bill Foster/Ellington  Jordan) -Pete Sears on bass
                 - Twistin’ The Night Away (Sam Cooke) -Ronnie Lane on bass, arranged by
                      Jimmy Horowitz
                 Basic line-up: RW (gtrs, bass)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Micky Waller (dr)/
                                       Martin Quittenton (gtr)/Ian McLagan (org, p)
                 Note: ‘Interludings’ is an instrumental played by RW only, which could also
                           be written by him.

720722A  22nd July: Nottingham, Goose Fair Festival

720804A  4th August: ROD STEWART.
                  7“ single (Mercury 6052 171). Producer: Rod Stewart. Sound
                  engineer: Mike Bobak.
                  A: You Wear It Well (Rod Stewart/Martin Quittenton)
                  B: Lost Paraguayos (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart)
                  Line-up: see 720721A

720807A  7th August: Stoke-on-Trent, Trentham Gardens

720810A  10th August: THE FACES. UK TV (BBC) ‘Top Of The Pops’, London.
                   - You Wear It Well (Rod Stewart/Martin Quittenton)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ian McLagan (org)/Ronnie Lane (bass)/
                                 Kenny Jones (dr)/Martin Quittenton (gtr)/Dick Powell (violin)
                   Note: Repeated in another episode on the 31st August.

720812A  12th August: Reading, ‘Reading Festival’

19th August - 11th September: THE FACES. 7th US tour.
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ronnie Lane (bass, voc)/
                                  Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/Kenny Jones (dr)

720819A  19th August: Dallas, Cotton Bowl
720820A  20th August: Atlanta, Braves Stadium
720821A  21st August: Cessna Stadium, Wichita
720823A  23rd August: Denver,

720825A  25th August: Los Angeles, Hollywood Bowl
                  (I’m Losing You/Miss Judy’s Farm/Memphis, Tennessee/Maggie May/
                   Stay With Me/Angel/Too Bad/I’d Rather Go Blind/That’s All You Need-
                   Gasoline Alley-True Blue-That’s All You Need/Maybe I’m Amazed/
                   Twistin’ The Night Away/Sweet Cheerio [a capella]/I Feel So Good)

720827A  27th August: Los Angeles, Palladium
720900A  August or September: San Diego,
720900B  August or September : Las Vegas,
720900C  August or September: San Francisco,
720900D  August or September: Seattle,
720900E  August or September: Baltimore,
720900F  August or September: Toronto, Canada,
720906A  6th September: Detroit,
720911A  11th September: New York, Madison Square Garden

721000A  October/November and maybe January: THE FACES. London,
                  Olympic Sound Studios. Producer and sound engineer: Glyn Johns. Incl.
                   - Anymore For Anymore I (Ronnie Lane) - Anymore For Anymore bonus-track
                   - Anymore For Anymore II (Ronnie Lane) -Mahoney’s Last Stand-bonus track
                   - Borstal Boys I (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart/Ian McLagan)
                   - Borstal Boys II (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart/Ian McLagan) -Ooh La La-version
                   - Cindy Incidentally I (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart/Ian McLagan)
                   - Cindy Incidentally II (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart/Ian McLagan) -Ooh La
                        La-version
                   - Dishevelment Blues (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart/Ronnie Lane/Ian McLagan/
                        Kenny Jones) -New Musical Express flexisingle-version
                   - Flags And Banners I (Ronnie Lane/Rod Stewart) - instrumental, Mahoney’s
                       Last Stand
-bonus track, under title C&W Number
                   - Flags And Banners II (Ronnie Lane/Rod Stewart) -instrumental
                   - Flags And Banners III (Ronnie Lane/Rod Stewart) -Ooh La La-version
                   - Fly In The Ointment I (Ron Wood/Ian McLagan/Ronnie Lane/
                        Kenny Jones) -instrumental, Neemoi ‘Speedy’ Aquaye on percussion
                   - Fly In The Ointment II (Ron Wood/Ian McLagan/Ronnie Lane/Kenny Jones)
                        -instrumental, Neemoi ‘Speedy’ Aquaye on percussion; Ooh La La-version
                  - Glad And Sorry I (Ronnie Lane)
                  - Glad And Sorry II (Ronnie Lane) -Ooh La La-version
                  - If I’m On The Late Side I (Rod Stewart/Ronnie Lane)
                  - If I’m On The Late Side II (Rod Stewart/Ronnie Lane)
                  - If I’m On The Late Side III (Rod Stewart/Ronnie Lane) -Ooh La La-version
                  - If Loving You Is Wrong, I Don’t Want To Be Right (Homer Banks/
                       Raymond Jackson/Carl Hampton) -unconfirmed
                  - Instrumental ( )
                  - Insurance (Ron Wood and/or Ronnie Lane) -instrumental; Mahoney’s Last
                       Stand
-bonus track
                  - Just Another Honky I (Ronnie Lane) -instrumental, Mahoney’s Last Stand-
                       bonus track, under title Safety Pin Queen
                  - Just Another Honky II (Ronnie Lane) -Ooh La La-version
                  - My Fault I (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart/Ian Mclagan)
                  - My Fault II (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart/Ian Mclagan) -Mahoney’s Last Stand-
                       bonus track
                  - My Fault III (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart/Ian Mclagan) -Ooh La La-version
                  - Ooh La La I (Ron Wood/Ronnie Lane) -instrumental
                  - Ooh La La II (Ron Wood/Ronnie Lane) -Ooh La La-version
                  - Silicone Grown I (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart)
                  - Silicone Grown II (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart) -Ooh La La-version
                  - Skewiff (Mend The Fuse) I (Ron Wood/Ian McLagan/Ronnie Lane/
                       Kenny Jones) -instrumental
                  - Skewiff (Mend The Fuse) II (Ron Wood/Ian McLagan/Ronnie Lane/
                       Kenny Jones) -instrumental, single B-side-version
                  Line-up: RW (gtr, voc, bass)/Rod Stewart (voc, gtr)/Ronnie Lane (bass, voc,
                                gtr, tamb)/Ian McLagan (p, org, harmonium)/Kenny Jones (dr, perc)

721000B  October/November: RON WOOD & RONNIE LANE. London, Olympic
                Sound Studios. Producer and sound engineer: Glyn Johns. Recordings for the
                 soundtrack ‘Mahoney’s Last Stand’ (released in September 1976). Incl.
                   - Car Radio (Ron Wood/Ronnie Lane) -Pete Townshend on percussion
                   - Chicken Wire (Ron Wood/Ronnie Lane)
                   - Chicken Wired (Ron Wood/Ronnie Lane)
                   - From The Late To The Early (Ron Wood/Ronnie Lane) -Benny
                        Gallagher on bass
                   - Hay Tumble (Ron Wood/Ronnie Lane) -Micky Waller on percussion
                   - I’ll Fly Away (trad. arr. by Ron Wood/Ronnie Lane) -Glyn Johns and Billy
                        Nicholls on vocals
                   - Just For A Moment I (Ron Wood/Ronnie Lane) -instrumental
                   - Just For A Moment II (Ron Wood/Ronnie Lane)
                   - Just For A Moment III (Ron Wood/Ronnie Lane)
                   - Mona - The Blues (Ron Wood/Ronnie Lane)
                   - Rooster’s Funeral (Ron Wood/Ronnie Lane)
                   - Title One (Ron Wood/Ronnie Lane)
                   - Tonight’s Number (Ron Wood/Ronnie Lane) -Kenny Jones on drums,
                        Pete Townshend on guitar
                   - Woody’s Thing (Ron Wood/Ronnie Lane) -STU on piano
                  Line-up: RW (gtr, harm, voc, bass)/Ronnie Lane (bass, voc, gtr, perc, banjo)/
                                Ian McLagan (p, harmonium)/Bruce Rowland (dr, voc)/
                                Rick Grech (violin, dr, bass)/Bobby Keys and Jim Price (brass)
                  Note: Recordings were probably begun in May 1972 and finished in Spring
                            1976 at Olympic Sound Studios.

721029A  29th October: London, Wembley Empire Pool

721110A  10th November: ROD STEWART.
                  7“ single (Mercury 6052 198). Producer: Rod Stewart. Sound engineer:
                  Mike Bobak.
                  A: Angel (Jimi Hendrix)
                  B: What Made Milwaukee Famous (Glenn Sutton)
                  Line-up side A: see 720721A.
                  Line-up side B: RW (bass)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Pete Sears (p)/Micky Waller (dr)/
                                           Ray Jackson (mandolin)/Gordon Huntley (pedal steel)
                  Note: Side B from the ‘Never A Dull Moment’-sessions was previously
                            unreleased.

721116A  16th November: ROD STEWART. UK TV (BBC) ‘Top Of The Pops’, London.
                    - Angel (Jimi Hendrix)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ian McLagan (xylophone, bongos)/
                                 Kenny Jones (dr)
                   Note: Ronnie Lane was missing in the line-up - he sent a cardboard
                             cut-out of himself instead.

721204A  4th + 5th December: THE FACES. London, Wood Green, Fishmongers Arms.
                  Tour rehearsals.

7th - 23rd December: THE FACES. British Tour.
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ronnie Lane (bass, voc)/
                                  Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/Kenny Jones (dr)

721207A  7th December: Dundee, Caird Hall
                    (It’s All Over Now/Memphis, Tennessee/Maggie May/Stay With Me/Angel/
                     True Blue/I’d Rather Go Blind/Maybe I’m Amazed/I’m Losing You/
                     That’s All You Need-Gasoline Alley-That’s All You Need/I Feel So Good-
                     Roll Over Beethoven-Blue Suede Shoes-Lawdy Miss Clawdy)

721208A  8th December: Newcastle, City Hall
721210A  10th December: Blackpool, Opera House
721212A  12th December: Liverpool, Stadium or Empire
721214A  14th  December: Leeds, Town Hall
721216A  16th  December: London, Brixton Sundown
721217A  17th  December: London, Edmonton Sundown
721218A  18th  December: London, Edmonton Sundown
721222A  22nd  December: Sheffield, City Hall
721223A  23rd  December: Manchester, Free Trade Hall

721225A  25th December: ROD STEWART. UK TV (BBC) ‘Top Of The Pops’, London.
                   - You Wear It Well (Rod Stewart/Martin Quittenton)
                   Note: Rod Stewart was backed by The Faces.

720000A  1972: GERRY LOCKRAN.
                  LP ‘Wun’ (Polydor 2383 122). Producer: Bruce Rowland. Recorded in
                  London, Island Studios. Incl.
                  - Stop On The Red (Gerry Lockran)
                  Line-up: RW (gtr)/Gerry Lockran (voc)/Neil Hubbard (gtr)/Alan Spenner
                                (bass)/Bruce Rowland (dr)
 
 

 


1973

Note: All entries (unless noted otherwise) are from The Faces.

730100A  early January: ERIC CLAPTON. London, The Wick (Ron Wood’s house).
                  1 week of rehearsals for the two upcoming concerts on the 13th January.
                   Line-up: see 730113B.

730112A  12th January: ERIC CLAPTON. Guildford, Civic Hall -dress rehearsal.
                   Line-up: see 730113B.

730113A  13th January: ERIC CLAPTON. London, Rainbow Theatre (1st show)
                   - Layla (Eric Clapton/Jim Gordon)
                   - Badge (Eric Clapton/George Harrison)
                   - Blues Power (Eric Clapton/Leon Russell)
                   - Nobody Knows You When You’re Down And Out (Jimmy Cox)
                   - Roll It Over (Eric Clapton/Bobby Whitlock)
                   - Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad (Eric Clapton/Bobby Whitlock)
                   - Little Wing (Jimi Hendrix)
                   - Bottle Of Red Wine (Eric Clapton/Bobby Whitlock)
                   - After Midnight (John J. Cale)
                   - Bell Bottom Blues (Eric Clapton)
                   - Presence Of The Lord (Eric Clapton)
                   - Tell The Truth (Eric Clapton/Bobby Whitlock)
                   - Pearly Queen (Steve Winwood/Jim Capaldi)
                   - Let It Rain (Eric Clapton/Bonnie Bramlett)
                   - Crossroads (Robert Johnson)
                   Line-up: see 730113B.

730113B  13th January: ERIC CLAPTON. London, Rainbow Theatre (2nd show)
                   - Layla 1 (Eric Clapton/Jim Gordon)
                   - Badge (Eric Clapton/George Harrison)
                   - Blues Power (Eric Clapton/Leon Russell)
                   - Nobody Knows You When You’re Down And Out (Jimmy Cox)
                   - Roll It Over (Eric Clapton/Bobby Whitlock)
                   - Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad (Eric Clapton/Bobby Whitlock)
                   - Little Wing (Jimi Hendrix)
                   - Bottle Of Red Wine (Eric Clapton/Bobby Whitlock)
                   - Presence Of The Lord (Eric Clapton)
                   - Tell The Truth (Eric Clapton/Bobby Whitlock)
                   - Pearly Queen (Steve Winwood/Jim Capaldi)
                   - Key To The Highway (Charles Segar/Big Bill Broonzy)
                   - Let It Rain (Eric Clapton/Bonnie Bramlett)
                   - Crossroads (Robert Johnson)
                   - Layla II (Eric Clapton/Jim Gordon)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Eric Clapton (gtr, voc)/Pete Townshend (gtr, bvoc)/
                                 Steve Winwood (keyb, bvoc)/Rick Grech (bass)/Rebop (perc)/
                                 Jim Capaldi (dr)/Jimmy Karstein (dr)
                   Note: Soundboard recordings of both shows got made by Glyn Johns.

730208A  8th February: THE FACES. UK TV (BBC) ‘Top Of The Pops’, London.
                    - Cindy Incidentally (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart)
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ronnie Lane (bass, bvoc)/
                                  Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/Kenny Jones (dr)

730209A  9th February: THE FACES.
                   7“ single (Warner Brothers WB K 16247). Producer and sound engineer:
                   Glyn Johns.
                   A: Cindy Incidentally (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart)
                   B: Skewiff (Ron Wood/Ian McLagan/Ronnie Lane/Kenny Jones)

730300A  March: THE FACES. Dutch TV ( ) ‘Pop Gala’, Holland (The Hague?).
                   - Memphis, Tennessee (Chuck Berry)
                   - True Blue (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart)
                   - Cindy Incidentally (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ronnie Lane (bass, bvoc)/
                                 Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/Kenny Jones (dr)

730309A  9th March: Voorburg, Holland, Vliegermolen, incl.
                  (Stay With Me/Angel/You Wear It Well-Maggie May/Twistin’ The Night Away)
                  Note: These songs got broadcast from an unidentified Dutch radio station in ‘73.

730310A  10th March: The Hague, Holland

730401A  1st April: THE FACES. UK radio (BBC) ‘In Concert’, London, Paris
                   Theatre. Host: John Peel.
                   (Silicone Grown/Cindy Incidentally/Memphis, Tennessee/If I’m On
                    The Late Side/My Fault/The Stealer/Borstal Boys/Angel/Stay With Me/
                    You’re My Girl/True Blue/Twistin’ The Night Away/Miss Judy’s Farm/
                     Jealous Guy/Too Bad)
                   Note: Broadcast on the 21st April.
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, voc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ronnie Lane (bass, bvoc)/
                                 Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/Kenny Jones (dr)

730405A  5th April: THE FACES.
                   7“ flexi disc (New Musical Express SFI 139). Producer and sound engineer:
                   Glyn Johns.
                   A: Medley: Fly In The Ointment-My Fault-Borstal Boys-Silicone Grown-
                                     Ooh La La
                  B: Dishevelment Blues (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart/Ronnie Lane/Ian McLagan/
                         Kenny Jones)
                  Note: Given away for free with the 5th April-issue of ‘New Musical Express’.
                            For authors of medley see ‘Ooh La La’-album (730413A).

730405B  5th April: Leicester, Odeon
730408A  8th April: Bristol, Hippodrome
730409A  9th April: Oxford, New Theatre
730410A  10th April: Worcester, Gaumont or Leeds, Town Hall

730413A  13th April: THE FACES.
                   LP ‘Ooh La La’ (Warner Brothers K 56011). Producer and sound engineer:
                   Glyn Johns.
                   - Silicone Grown (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart)
                   - Cindy Incidentally (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart/Ian McLagan)
                   - Flags And Banners (Ronnie Lane/Rod Stewart)
                   - My Fault (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart/Ian Mclagan)
                   - Borstal Boys (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart/Ian McLagan)
                   - Fly In The Ointment (Ron Wood/Ian McLagan/Ronnie Lane/Kenny Jones) -
                        Neemoi ‘Speedy’ Aquaye on percussion
                   - If I’m On The Late Side (Rod Stewart/Ronnie Lane)
                   - Glad And Sorry (Ronnie Lane)
                   - Just Another Honky (Ronnie Lane)
                   - Ooh La La (Ron Wood/Ronnie Lane)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, voc, bass)/Rod Stewart (voc, gtr)/Ronnie Lane (bass, voc,
                                 gtr, tamb)/Ian McLagan (p, org, harmonium)/Kenny Jones (dr, perc)

730400A  April: VARIOUS ARTISTS.
                   Soundtrack-LP ‘That’ll Be The Day’ (Ronco Records). Incl.
                   - Long Live Rock (Pete Townshend) by Billy Fury
                   Line-up: Ron Wood (gtr and/or bass)/Billy Fury (voc)/Graham Bond (keyb)/
                                 Keith Moon (dr)

24th April - 12th May (maybe longer): THE FACES. 8th US tour.
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, voc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ronnie Lane (bass, voc)/
                                 Ian McLagan (keyb, voc)/Kenny Jones (dr, voc)

730424A  24th April: St. Paul, Civic Center
                   (Miss Judy’s Farm/Memphis, Tennessee/Silicone Grown/The Stealer/
                     Angel/Stay With Me/You Wear It Well-Maggie May/I’d Rather Go Blind/
                     True Blue/Borstal Boys/Too Bad/My Fault/Jealous Guy/You’re My Girl/
                     Twistin’ The Night Away/I’m Losing You/We’ll Meet Again [a capella])

730426A  26th April: Evanston, McGraw Memorial Hall
730427A  27th April: St. Louis, Missouri Arena
730500A  April/May: Minneapolis,
730502A  2nd May: Boston, Garden
730503A  3rd May: Providence, Civic Center
730505A  5th May: Hampton, Rhodes Coliseum
730507A  7th May: Springfield, Civic Center
730510A  10th May: Uniondale, Nassau Coliseum
730512A  12th May: Roanoke, Civic Center

730601A  1st June: London, Edmonton Sundown
730603A  3rd June: London, Edmonton Sundown

730604A  4th June: London, Edmonton Sundown, incl.
                   (Cindy Incidentally/Angel/True Blue/I’d Rather Go Blind/Jealous Guy/
                     You Wear It Well-Maggie May/Borstal Boys/Twistin’ The Night Away/
                      Memphis, Tennessee/We’ll Meet Again [a capella])
                   Note: This show was the last Faces-gig with Ronnie Lane on bass.
                             He got replaced by ex-Free member Tetsu Yamauchi from Japan.

730604B  4th June: THE FACES.
                  Video (Video Tape Network) ‘Ooh La La! With The Faces’.
                   - incl. the songs listed above (730604A). Releasing date unknown.
                   Probably this film was already shown before on British TV.
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, voc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ronnie Lane (bass, voc)/
                                 Ian McLagan (keyb, voc)/Kenny Jones (dr, voc)

730700A  July: RON WOOD + MICK JAGGER. London, The Wick.
                   - It’s Only Rock’n Roll (Mick Jagger/Keith Richards)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr)/Mick Jagger (voc)/Willie Weeks (bass)/Kenny Jones (dr)/
                                 David Bowie (bvoc, handclaps)
                   Note: Pretendedly one more track got recorded, either ‘I Can Feel
                            The Fire’ or a cover-version of a Curtis Mayfield composition.

730700B  July: DAVID BOWIE. Paris, Chateau D’Heronville, Strawberry
                   Studios. Recording session for the upcoming album ‘Pin-Ups’.
                    Producer: Ken Scott and David Bowie. Incl.
                   - Growin’ Up (Bruce Springsteen)
                   Line-up: Ron Wood (gtr)/David Bowie (voc)/Mick Ronson (gtr, p, bvoc)/
                                 Trevor Bolder (bass)/Aynsley Dunbar (dr)/Mike Garson (p)/
                                 G.A. McCormack (bvoc)
                   Note: Released in August 1990 as a bonus track on a Pin Ups re-release.

16th July - 29th July: THE FACES. European tour.
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/
                                 Tetsu Yamauchi (bass)/Kenny Jones (dr)

730716A  16th July: Turin, Italy,

730721A  21st July: Frankfurt, West-Germany, Radstadion, ‘2. Sommer Rock Festival’
                   (Introduction by Keith Moon/Miss Judy’s Farm/Silicone Grown/I’m
                     Losing You/True Blue/Angel/Stay With Me/The Stealer/You Wear
                     It Well-Maggie May/Too Bad/Twistin’ The Night Away/Borstal Boys)

730800A  August: ROD STEWART.
                   LP ‘Sing It Again Rod’ (Mercury 6338 153). Compilation with most
                   tracks remixed by Rod Stewart.
                   - Reason To Believe (Tim Hardin)
                   - You Wear It Well (Rod Stewart/Martin Quittenton)
                   - Mandolin Wind (Rod Stewart)
                   - Country Comfort (Elton John/Bernie Taupin)
                   - Maggie May (Rod Stewart/Martin Quittenton)
                   - Handbags And Gladrags (Mike D’Abo)
                   - Street Fighting Man (Mick Jagger/Keith Richards)
                   - Twistin’ The Night Away (Sam Cooke)
                   - Lost Paraguayos (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart)
                   - I’m Losing You (Norman Whitfield/Eddie Holland/Cornelius Grant)
                   - Gasoline Alley (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart)

730817A  17th August: Doncaster, Top Rank
730818A  18th August: Manchester, Hard Rock

730825A  25th August: Reading, ‘Reading Festival’
                   (Miss Judy’s Farm/Silicone Grown/Cindy Incidentally/The Stealer/
                    Angel/True Blue/Stay With Me/Too Bad/I Wish It Would Rain/
                    Jealous Guy/Borstal Boys/Twistin’ The Night Away/Oh No Not My Baby/
                    I’m Losing You)
                   Note: Soundboard recording was made by Ron Nevison with Ronnie Lane’s
                             Mobile Studio.
                             With an unidentified brass section, maybe including Harry Beckett and/or
                              Wayne Jackson on I Wish It Would Rain.

730831A  31st August: ROD STEWART/THE FACES.
                   7“ single (Mercury 6052 371). Producer: Rod Stewart (side A), Ron Wood
                   and Rod Stewart (side B). Side A arranged by Jimmy Horowitz.
                   A: Oh! No Not My Baby (Gerry Goffin/Carole King) -credited to
                         Rod Stewart
                  B: Jodie (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart/Ian McLagen) -credited to The Faces
                  Line-up: RW (gtr, bass)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Kenny Jones (dr)/Ian
                                McLagan (piano on side A, organ on side B)

730910A  10th September: ERIC CLAPTON.
                   LP ‘Eric Clapton’s Rainbow Concert’ (RSO Records 2394 116).
                   Produced and re-mixed by Bob Pridden. Sound engineer: Phil Chapman.
                   - Badge (Eric Clapton/George Harrison) -2nd show
                   - Roll It Over (Eric Clapton/Bobby Whitlock) -2nd show
                   - Presence Of The Lord (Eric Clapton) -2nd show
                   - Pearly Queen (Steve Winwood/Jim Capaldi) -2nd show
                   - After Midnight (John J. Cale) -1st show
                   - Little Wing (Jimi Hendrix) -1st show
                   Note: Recorded live in London, Rainbow Theatre on the 13th January.
                   Line-up: see 730113B.

14th September - 19th October: THE FACES. 9th US tour.
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, voc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ian McLagan (keyb, voc)/
                                  Tetsu Yamauchi (bass, voc)/Kenny Jones (dr, voc)

730914A  14th September: Atlanta, Omni

730915A  15th September: St. Peterburg, Bayfront Center -soundcheck
                    - instrumental Jam
                    - I Wish It Would Rain (Barett Strong/Penzabene/Norman Whitfield)
                    - Jealous Guy (John Lennon)

730915B  15th September: St. Peterburg, Bayfront Center
                    (Miss Judy’s Farm/Silicone Grown/The Stealer/Angel/True Blue/
                     Stay With Me/I Wish It Would Rain/You Wear It Well-Maggie May/
                     I’d Rather Go Blind)

730917A  17th September: Tuscaloosa, Memorial Coliseum

730919A  19th September: Duke, University
                   (Miss Judy’s Farm/Silicone Grown/The Stealer/Angel/True Blue/
                    Stay With Me/I’m Losing You/I Wish It Would Rain/You Wear It Well-
                    Maggie May/I’d Rather Go Blind/My Fault/Too Bad-Every Picture Tells
                    A Story/Borstal Boys/Twistin’ The Night Away/We’ll Meet Again [a capella])

730920A  20th September: Richmond, Coliseum
730922A  22nd September: Evansville, Roberts Stadium
730927A  27th September: Houston, Coliseum
730928A  28th September: San Antonio, Coliseum
730929A  29th September: Dallas, Moody Coliseum
731001A  1st October: El Paso, Coliseum

731002A  2nd October: ALVIN LEE & MYLON LEFEVRE.
                   LP ‘On The Road To Freedom’ (Chrysalis Records 32729). Producer: Alvin
                   Lee. Sound engineers: Harold Burgon and Andy Jaworski. Recorded at
                   Alvin Lee’s Space Studios, Buckinhamshire, in August. Incl.
                   - So Sad (George Harrison) -George Harrison on guitar, bass and backing
                        vocals, Mick Fleetwood on drums
                   - Fallen Angel (Alvin Lee) -Steve Winwood on piano, Jim Capaldi on drums
                        and percussion
                   - We Will Shine (Mylon Lefevre) -Steve Winwood on piano
                   - Let ‘Em Say What They Will (Ron Wood) -Tim Hinckley on piano
                   Basic line-up: RW (gtr, bass, dr)/Alvin Lee (gtr, bass, voc)/Mylon Lefevre
                                         (voc, gtr, perc)
                   Note: RW plays bass on ‘We Will Shine’ and guitar, bass and drums on his
                             self-penned ‘Let ‘Em Say What They Will’

731003A  3rd  October: Denver, Coliseum
731005A  5th  October: Tucson, Coliseum
731006A  6th  October: Phoenix, Big Surf
731009A  9th  October: Oakland, Coliseum
731010A  10th October: San Diego, Sports Arena
731000A  October: Las Vegas,
731000B  October: Santa Barbara,
731014A  14th October: Long Beach, Arena
731016A  16th October: Anaheim, Convention Center

731017A  17th October: Anaheim, Convention Center
                   Note: Soundboard recording was made by Gary Kellgren.

731019A  19th October: Los Angeles, Palladium, incl.
                   (I Wish It Would Rain/I’d Rather Go Blind/My Fault/Too Bad-Every
                     Picture Tells A Story)
                   Note: Soundboard recording was made by Gary Kellgren.

731100A  October and/or November: THE FACES. London, Morgan Sound Studios.
                    Producer: Mike Bobak.
                    - Pool Hall Richard I (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart) -early take
                    - Pool Hall Richard II (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart) -single-version
                    Line-up: See 731130A.

29th November - 24th December: THE FACES. British Tour.
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/
                                 Tetsu Yamauchi (bass)/Kenny Jones (dr)

731129A  29th November: London, East Ham Granada
731130A  30th November: London, Kilburn State Theatre

731130B  30th November: THE FACES.
                   7“ single (Warner Brothers WB K 16341). Producer: Mike Bobak (side A)
                   + Ron Nevison (side B). Side A probably recorded at Morgan Sound Studios.
                   Side B was recorded live at the Reading festival on the 25th August and
                   features an unidentified player on trumpet.
                   A: Pool Hall Richard (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart)
                   B: I Wish It Would Rain (Barett Strong/Penzabene/Norman Whitfield)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/
                                 Tetsu Yamauchi (bass)/Kenny Jones (dr)

731202A  2nd December: Bristol, Hippodrome
731203A  3rd December: Worcester, Odeon
731207A  7th December: Birmingham, Odeon
731208A  8th December: Leeds, Queen’s Hall
731209A  9th December: Liverpool, Empire
731211A  11th December: Manchester, Free Trade Hall
731212A  12th December: Blackpool, Opera House
731215A  15th December: Glasgow, Apollo
731216A  16th December: Glasgow, Apollo
731217A  17th December: Newcastle, Odeon
731219A  19th December: Bournemouth, Winter Gardens

731220A  20th December: THE FACES. UK TV (BBC) ‘Top Of The Pops’, London.
                   - Pool Hall Richard (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/
                                 Tetsu Yamauchi (bass)/Kenny Jones (dr)

731220A  20th December: Sutton, Granada
731223A  23rd December: Oxford, New Theatre
731224A  24th December: London, Edmonton Sundown

730000A  1973: THE FACES. UK movie ‘Sound Of The City’. Director: Peter
                   Clifton. Incl.
                    - Stay With Me (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart)
                    - I’m Losing You (Norman Whitfield/Eddie Holland/Cornelius Grant)
                    - Roll Over Beethoven-Lawdy Miss Clawdy-I Feel So Good (Chuck Berry-
                         Lloyd Price-Big Bill Broonzy)

730000B  late 1973 or 1974: THE FACES. UK TV ( ).
                    - We’ll Meet Again [a capella] (Ross Parker/Hugh Charles) -backstage
                    - Too Bad (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart) -live in England?
                    Note: According to rumours these tracks could stem from either
                              Munich Summer ‘73 or Munich Summer ‘74.
 
 


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