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1974

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

740100A  January: VARIOUS ARTISTS.
                   LP ‘Reading Festival ‘73’ (GM Records GML 1008). Producer and
                   sound enginner: Ron Nevison.
                   - I’m Losing You (Norman Whitfield/Eddie Holland/Cornelius Grant) by The Faces
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ian McLagan (p, bvoc)/
                                 Tetsu Yamauchi (bass)/Kenny Jones (dr)
                   Note: Recorded live in Reading on the 25th August by Ron Nevison with
                             Ronnie Lane’s Mobile Studio.

740110A  10th January: ROD STEWART/THE FACES.
                   LP ‘Coast To Coast - Overture And Beginners’ (Mercury 9100 001).
                   Producer: The Faces. Sound engineer: Gary Kellgren.
                   - It’s All Over Now (Bobby And Shirley Womack)
                   - Cut Across Shorty (Marijohn Wilkin/Wayne P. Walker)
                   - Too Bad/Every Picture Tells A Story (both: RW/Rod Stewart)
                   - Angel (Jimi Hendrix)
                   - Stay With Me (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart)
                   - I Wish It Would Rain (Barrett Strong/Penzabene/Norman Whitfield)
                   - I’d Rather Go Blind (Bill  Foster/Ellington  Jordan)
                   - Borstal Boys/Amazing Grace (RW/Rod Stewart/Ian McLagan)/(Trad. arr.:
                        by Rod Stewart)
                   - Jealous Guy (John Lennon)
                   - I’m Losing You (Norman Whitfield/Eddie Holland/Cornelius Grant)
                   Notes: Recorded live in Anaheim and Los Angeles on the 17th and 19th
                              October with the Record Plant mobile truck by Gary Kellgren.
                              I’m Losing You is featured only on the cassette-version! These
                              recordings also got broadcast many times by US radio (KBFH) as a
                              so-called live-special.

late January - early March: THE FACES. Australasian Tour.
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/
                                  Tetsu Yamauchi (bass)/Kenny Jones (dr)

740100A  January: Auckland, New Zealand, (first gig)
740131A  31st January: Brisbane, Australia, Milton Tennis Courts -cancelled

740201A  1st February: Sydney, Australia, Randwick Racecourse
                   (It’s All Over Now/I’m Losing You/Angel/True Blue/Stay With Me/
                     I’d Rather Go Blind/Memphis, Tennessee/My Fault/Too Bad-
                     Every Picture Tells A Story/You Wear It Well-Maggie May/
                     I Wish It Would Rain/Borstal Boys-Memo From Turner-Gasoline Alley-
                     Amazing Grace-Borstal Boys/Twistin’ The Night Away/Pool Hall Richard)

740203A  3rd February: Melbourne, Australia, South Melbourne Football Ground
740205A  5th February: Adelaide, Australia, Memorial Drive Park
740207A  7th February: Melbourne, Australia, Festival Hall
740209A  9th February: Sydney, Australia, Horden Pavillion

740211A  11th February: NICKY HOPKINS.
                   LP ‘Long Journey Home’ (CBS). Probably with RW (and Mick Taylor).
                   Note: Does this LP really exist? Most probably it was postponed
                             and changed so many times, that it was finally released in
                             1975 under title ‘No More Changes’ (Mercury SRM-1-1028),
                             but without RW and Mick Taylor, although they did session work ...

740200A  February: Australian TV (GTK). Incl.
                   - Pool Hall Richard (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart) -Melbourne 3.2.74
                   Note: Live footage with dubbed sound of the legal release.

740200B  February: Hong Kong, football stadium

740200C  February: Toyo, Japan. Press conference.

740219A  19th February: Tokyo, Japan, Budokan
                   (It’s All Over Now/I’m Losing You/Angel/True Blue/Stay With Me/
                     I’d Rather Go Blind/Memphis, Tennessee/My Fault/Too Bad-
                     Every Picture Tells A Story/Band introduction/You Wear It Well-
                     Maggie May/I Wish It Would Rain/Borstal Boys-Amazing Grace-
                     Gasoline Alley-Borstal Boys/Twistin’ The Night Away/Pool Hall Richard)

740200D  February: Japan (another gig)

740300A  March - April: ROD STEWART. Frankfurt, West Germany and Brussels,
                   Belgium, unidentified studios. Producer: Rod Stewart. Sound engineer:
                   Mike Bobak. Recordings for ‘Smiler’, incl. the album-contents and
                  - Crying, Laughing, Loving, Lying (Labi Siffre)
                  - Every Time We Say Goodbye (Cole Porter)
                  - Missed You (Rod Stewart)
                  - So Tired (Rod Stewart)
                  - You Put Something Better Inside Of Me (Gerry Rafferty/Joe Egan)
                   Note: All in all 17 tracks got recorded. First recording sessions could have
                             been in November 1973 at Morgan Sound Studios, London.
                             The five songs above got released on the compilation-CD Handbags
                             And Gladrags
in November 1995.
                             So Tired and Missed You are the same composition with different lyrics!

740400A  April or early May: London, unknown flat at Portobello Road
                  RW (dr), MJ (p), Jeff Beck (gtr) and Rod Stewart (voc) Jam together.

740400B  late April - early June: RON WOOD. London, The Wick. Producer: Ron Wood
                  and Gary Kellgren. Sound engineers: Chuch McGee, Mike Bobak, Ron Nevison
                  and Gary Kellgren.
                  Musicians: RW (gtr, voc, harm, perc)/Keith Richards (gtr, voc, perc, el p)/
                                    Mick Jagger (voc, gtr)/MT (gtr, bass, synth, wurlitzer)/
                                    Ian McLagan (synth, org, p)/Willie Weeks (bg, gtr effects)/
                                    Andy Newmark (dr)/Kenney Jones (dr)/Mickey Waller (dr)/
                                    Rod Stewart (voc)/Martin Quittenton (gtr)/Jean Roussell (p, org)/
                                    Pete Sears (bass)/Ross Henderson (steel dr)/Sterling (steel dr)/
                                    Ruby Turner (bvoc)/Ireen and Doreen Chanter (bvoc)
                  - Act Together (Mick Jagger/Keith Richards)
                  - Am I Grooving You (Bert Russell/Jeff Barry)
                  - Breathe On Me I (Ron Wood)
                  - Breathe On Me II (Ron Wood) -edit
                  - Cancel Everything (Ron Wood)
                  - Caribbean Boogie (Ron Wood)
                  - Crotch Music (Willie Weeks)
                  - Far East Man (Ron Wood/George Harrison)
                  - Forever (Ron Wood)
                  - I Can Feel The Fire (Ron Wood)
                  - I Can Say She’s Alright I (Ron Wood)
                  - I Can’t Stand The Rain (Donald Bryant/Ann Peebles/Bernard Miller)
                  - If You Gotta Make A Fool Of Somebody (Rudy Clark)
                  - It’s Unholy (Ron Wood)
                  - Money Money (Ron Wood) -unverified
                  - Mystifies Me (Ron Wood)
                  - Now Look (Ron Wood)
                  - Shirley (Ron Wood)
                  - Sure The One You Need (Mick Jagger/Keith Richards)
                  - Take A Look At The Guy I (Ron Wood)
                  - Take A Look At The Guy II (Ron Wood) -edited promoversion
                  Note: The songs with Mick Taylor got recorded before Willie Weeks arrived.
                            The tracks with Keith Richards got recorded on the last three (of the five
                            weeks) of recordings. All in all about 25 songs got recorded.
                            The lyrics for ‘I Can Say She’s Alright’ got probably written by Bobby
                            Womack in 1975. The album got mixed in Sausalito, California.
                            Also Eric Clapton did some sessionwork (with Ron Wood and Keith
                            Richards) on the 18th May. Or was it just a Jam-session?

740400B  late April - early June: RON WOOD. London, The Wick. Producer: Ron Wood
                   and Gary Kellgren. Sound engineers: Chuch McGee, Mike Bobak, Ron
                   Nevison and Gary Kellgren. Rehearsals. Incl.
                   - Now Look (Ron Wood) -just some riffs
                   - Sure The One You Need (Keith Richards/Mick Jagger)
                   - I Can Say She’s Alright (Ron Wood) -just some riffs
                   - I Can Feel The Fire (Ron Wood)
                   - If You Gotta Make A Fool Of Somebody (Rudy Clark) -just some riffs
                   - unidentified Blues ( )
                   - Instrumental Jam
                   - unidentified Faces-style rocker ( )
                   Note: Probably no rehearsals for the two Kilburn-gigs as mostly supposed.

740706A  6th July: Buxton, festival
                  Note: With special guest The Memphis Horns on brass.

740713A  13th July: RON WOOD & BAND. London, Kilburn Gaumont State Theatre
                  (Instrumental/Am I Grooving You/Cancel Everything/If You Gotta Make
                   A Fool Of Somebody/Mystifies Me/Take A Look At The Guy/Act Together/
                   Shirley/Forever/Sure The One You Need/I Can’t Stand The Rain/
                   Crotch Music/I Can Feel The Fire)
                   Note: The whole show was filmed.
                   Line-up: see 740714A.

740714A  14th July: RON WOOD & BAND. London, Kilburn Gaumont State Theatre
                   (Instrumental/Am I Grooving You/Cancel Everything/If You Gotta Make
                    A Fool Of Somebody/Mystifies Me/Take A Look At The Guy/Act Together/
                     Shirley-Monkey Man/Forever/Sure The One You Need/I Can’t Stand The
                     Rain/Crotch Music/I Can Feel The Fire)
                     Line-up: RW (gtr, voc)/Keith Richards (gtr, voc, p)/Ian McLagan (p, org)/
                                   Willie Weeks (bass)/Andy Newmark (dr)/Rod Stewart (voc, tamb)
                    Notes: KR plays piano on ‘Act Together’, Rod Stewart shares lead vocals on
                                If You Gotta Make A Fool Of Somebody, Mystifies Me and Take A
                                Look At The Guy.

740714B  14th July: RON WOOD & BAND. US TV ( ), London, Kilburn Gaumont State
                   Theatre.
                   (Am I Grooving You/If You Gotta Make A Fool Of Somebody/Mystifies Me/
                     Take A Look At The Guy/Act Together/Forever/Crotch Music/
                     I Can Feel The Fire)
                    Note: Probably televised in September.

740700A  July: UK radio ( ).
                   - interview with RW

740817A  17th August: Bilsen, Belgium, ‘Jazz Festival’
                   (It’s All Over Now/I’m Losing You/I Wish It Would Rain/Twistin’ The
                     Night Away/Angel/Too Bad-Every Picture Tells A Story/I’d Rather Go
                     Blind/Take A Look At The Guy/Sweet Little Rock’n Roller/Stay With Me/
                     Maggie May/Had Me A Real Good Time)

740828A  28th August: US radio (WABX), Detroit.
                   - interview with RW

740800A  late August: US radio (IOM), Detroit.
                   - interview with RW

August: THE FACES. Some US festivals.
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/
                                  Tetsu Yamauchi (bass)/Kenny Jones (dr)

740800B  late August: Detroit, festival

740906A  6th September: RON WOOD.
                   7“ (Warner Brothers WB K 16463). Producer: Ron Wood + Gary Kellgren.
                    Sound engineer: Gary Kellgren (side A)
                  A: I Can Feel The Fire (Ron Wood)
                  B: Breathe On Me (Ron Wood) -edited version

7th September - 24th October: THE FACES. European tour.
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/
                                  Tetsu Yamauchi (bass)/Kenny Jones (dr)
                    Note: This tour, apart from the known dates, also touched Spain, Belgium,
                              Denmark (Copenhagen), Norway, Holland and Italy. All in all 23 dates.

740907A  7th September: Paris, France, Festival Of Cambrai, incl.
                   (I’m Losing You/Memphis, Tennessee/Too Bad/Love In Vain/Angel/
                    True Blue/Stay With Me/You Wear It Well-Maggie May)
                  Note: Broadcast on French radio on the 10th October.

740913A  13th September: RON WOOD.
                   LP ‘I’ve Got My Own Album To Do’ (Warner Brothers WB 56 065).
                   Producer: Ron Wood and Gary Kellgren. Sound engineers: Chuch McGee,
                   Mike Bobak, Ron Nevison and Gary Kellgren.
                   - I Can Feel The Fire (Ron Wood)
                   - Far East Man (Ron Wood/George Harrison)
                   - Mystifies Me (Ron Wood)
                   - Take A Look At The Guy (Ron Wood)
                   - Act Together (Mick Jagger/Keith Richards)
                   - Am I Grooving You (Bert Russell/Jeff Barry)
                   - Shirley (Ron Wood)
                   - Cancel Everything (Ron Wood)
                   - Sure The One You Need (Mick Jagger/Keith Richards)
                   - If You Gotta Make A Fool Of Somebody (Rudy Clark)
                   - Crotch Music (Willie Weeks)
                   Note: This LP got re-released in 1985 as CD and LP under title ‘Cancel
                             Everything
’.

740900A  Autumn: VARIOUS ARTISTS.
                   Promo-LP ‘November In-Store Sampler Program’ (Warner Brothers PRO 593 -
                   USA). Incl.
                   - Take A Look At The Guy (Ron Wood) -edited version; by Ron Wood
                   Line-up: Ron Wood (voc, gtr)/Keith Richards (gtr)/Mick Taylor (gtr)/
                                 Rod Stewart (voc)/Ian McLagan (p)/Willie Weeks (bass)/
                                 Andy Newmark (dr)

740921A  21st September: Winterthur, Switzerland, Eulachhalle -cancelled
740922A  22nd September: Ludwigshafen, West-Germany, Radstadion
740924A  24th September: Ulm, West-Germany, Donauhalle
740925A  25th September: Saarbrucken, West-Germany, ATSV-Sporthalle

740927A  27th September: ROD STEWART.
                   7“ single (Mercury 6167 033). Producer: Rod Stewart. Sound engineer:
                         Mike Bobak.
                  A: Farewell (Rod Stewart/Martin Quittenton) -Martin Quittenton on guitar,
                         Ray Jackson on mandolin
                  B: Bring It On Home To Me/You Send Me (both: Sam Cooke) -Ian
                        McLagan on piano and organ
                  Line-up: RW (gtr)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Spike Heatley (bass)/Micky Waller (dr)/
                                 Dick Powell and Rick Gretch (violin)

740928A  28th September: Hamburg, West-Germany, Musikhalle
740929A  29th September: Hannover, West-Germany, Niedersachsenhalle

740900A  Autumn: THE FACES. Munich, Musicland Studios. Producer: The Faces.
                   - You Can Make Me Dance, Sing Or Anything I (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart/
                        Tetsu Yamauchi/Ian McLagan/Kenny Jones) -early take
                    - You Can Make Me Dance, Sing Or Anything II (Ron Wood/Rod  Stewart/
                        Tetsu Yamauchi/Ian McLagan/Kenny Jones) -single-version
                    - As Long As You Tell Him I (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart) -early take
                    - As Long As You Tell Him II (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart) -single-version
                    Probably recorded during their German tour.
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/
                                  Tetsu Yamauchi (bass)/Kenny Jones (dr)

741001A  1st October: Kirrlach, West-Germany, Sporthalle

741004A  4th October: ROD STEWART.
                   LP ‘Smiler’ (Mercury 9104 001). Producer: Rod Stewart. Sound
                   engineer: Mike Bobak.
                    - Sweet Little Rock’n Roller (Chuck Berry) -barking by Zak (RW’s dog)
                    - Farewell (Rod Stewart/Martin Quittenton) -mandolin by Ray Jackson,
                         Dick Powell and Rick Gretch on violins
                    - Sailor (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart) -Memphis Horns on brass
                    - Bring It On Home To Me/You Send Me (both: Sam Cooke) -Rick Gretch
                         and Dick Powell on violins
                    - Let Me Be Your Car (Elton John/Bernie Taupin) -Elton John on vocals
                         and piano, Willie Weeks on bass, Andy Newmark on drums, The Memphis
                         Horns on brass
                    - A Natural Man (Gerry Goffin/Carole King/Jerry Wexler) -The Memphis
                         Horns on brass, Ray Jackson on mandolin, Rick Gretch and Dick Powell
                         on violin
                     - Dixie Toot (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart) -feat. Chris Barber’s Jazz Band
                     - Hard Road (Harry Vanda/George Young)
                     - Girl From The North Country (Bob Dylan) -Dick Powell and Rick Gretch
                         on violin
                     - Mine For Me (Paul McCartney) -Tropic Isle Steel Band on steel drums,
                         Ray Cooper on percussion
                     Basic line-up: RW (gtr, bass, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ian McLagan (p, org)/
                                           Pete Sears (p)/Spike Heatley (bass)/Micky Waller (dr)/
                                           Ireen and Doreen Chanter + Ruby Turner (bvoc)/Martin
                                           Quittenton (gtr)/Kenny Jones (dr)

741024A  24th October: Lund, Sweden,

15th November - 23rd December: THE FACES. British Tour.
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/
                                  Tetsu Yamauchi (bass)/Kenny Jones (dr)

741115A  15th November: London, Lewisham Odeon
                   (It’s All Over Now/Take A Look At The Guy/I’m Losing You/
                    Bring It On Home To Me-You Send Me/Sweet Little Rock’n Roller/
                    I’d Rather Go Blind/Angel/Stay With Me/You Can Make Me Dance,
                    Sing Or Anything/Too Bad-Every Picture Tells A Story-Gasoline Alley-
                    Too Bad/Mine For Me/I Can Feel The Fire/Twistin’ The Night Away)

741117A  17th November: London, Lewisham Odeon

741118A  18th November: London, Lewisham Odeon
                   Note: Special guests on ‘Mine For Me’ were Paul and Linda McCarney on
                             vocals. One of the Lewisham-shows got (at least partly) filmed by
                             BBC TV (see 741200A).

741122A  22nd November: THE FACES.
                    7“ single (Warner Brothers WB K 16494). Producer: The Faces.
                    A: You Can Make Me Dance, Sing Or Anything (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart/
                            Ian McLagan/Tetsu Yamauchi/Kenny Jones)
                    B: As Long As You Tell Him (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart)
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/
                                  Tetsu Yamauchi (bass)/Kenny Jones (dr)

741123A  23rd November: Manchester, Belle Vue
                   (It’s All Over Now/Take A Look At The Guy/I’m Losing You/
                     Bring It On Home To Me-You Send Me/Sweet Little Rock’n Roller/
                     I’d Rather Go Blind/Angel/Stay With Me/You Can Make Me Dance,
                    Sing Or Anything/Mine For Me/I Can Feel The Fire)

741124A  24th November: Manchester, Belle Vue
741126A  26th November: Newcastle, Odeon

741127A  27th November: Newcastle, Odeon
                   (It’s All Over Now/Take A Look At The Guy/I’m Losing You/
                    Bring It On Home To Me-You Send Me/Sweet Little Rock’n Roller/
                    I’d Rather Go Blind/Angel/Stay With Me-Gasoline Alley-Amazing
                    Grace-Stay With Me/Mine For Me/I Can Feel The Fire/You Can
                    Make Me Dance, Sing Or Anything/Twistin’ The Night Away/
                    You Wear It Well-Maggie May)

741129A  29th November: Birmingham, Odeon

741130A  30th November: Birmingham, Odeon
                   (It’s All Over Now/Take A Look At The Guy/I’m Losing You/
                    Bring It On Home To Me-You Send Me/Sweet Little Rock’n Roller/
                    I’d Rather Go Blind/Angel/Stay With Me-Gasoline Alley-Amazing
                    Grace-Stay With Me/You Can Make Me Dance, Sing Or Anything/
                    Mine For Me/I Can Feel The Fire/Twistin’ The Night Away/
                    You Wear It Well-Maggie May)

741201A  1st December: Stoke-On-Trent, Trentham Gardens
741203A  3rd December: Taunton, Odeon

741204A  4th December: Taunton, Odeon
                   (It’s All Over Now/Take A Look At The Guy/I’m Losing You/
                    Bring It On Home To Me-You Send Me/Sweet Little Rock’n Roller/
                    I’d Rather Go Blind/Angel/Stay With Me-Gasoline Alley-Amazing
                    Grace-Stay With Me/ Too Bad-Every Picture Tells A Story/
                    Mine For Me/You Can Make Me Dance, Sing Or Anything/
                    I Can Feel The Fire/Twistin’ The Night Away)

741205A  5th December: ERIC CLAPTON. London, Hammersmith Odeon.
                   - Steady Rollin’ Man (Robert Johnson)
                   - Little Queenie (Chuck Berry)
                   Line-up: Ron Wood (gtr)/Eric Clapton (gtr, voc)/George Terry (gtr)/
                                 Carl Radle (bass)/Dick Sims (keyb)/Jamie Oldaker (dr)/
                                 Yvonne Elliman and Marcy ‘Marcella Detroit’ Levy (bvoc)
                   Note: Soundboard recording was made by Tom Dowd with Ronnie
                             Lane’s mobile studio.

741206A  6th December: Bournemouth, Winter Gardens

741207A  7th December: Oxford, New Theatre, incl.
                   (It’s All Over Now/I’m Losing You/Angel/True Blue)

741208A  8th December: Oxford, New Theatre
741210A  10th December: Blackpool, Opera House
741211A  11th  December: Blackpool, Opera House
741213A  13th  December: Edinburgh, Odeon
741214A  14th  December: Glasgow, Apollo
741216A  16th  December: Glasgow, Apollo
741217A  17th  December: Glasgow, Apollo
741218A  18th  December: Glasgow, Apollo

741220A  20th December: GEORGE HARRISON.
                   LP ‘Dark Horse’ (Apple PAS 10008). Producer: George Harrison.
                   Sound engineers: Phil McDonald and Kumar Shankar. Incl.
                   - Ding Dong, Ding Dong (George Harrison)
                   - Far East Man (Ron Wood/George Harrison)
                   Line-up ‘Ding Dong’: RW (gtr)/George Harrison (gtr, voc)/Ringo Starr (dr)/
                                 Jim Keltner (dr)/Mick Jones (gtr)/Alvin Lee (gtr)/Tom Scott (horns)/
                                 Klaus Voormann (bass)/Gary Wright (p)
                   Line-up ‘Far East Man’: RW (gtr, voc)/George Harrison (gtr, voc)/Billy
                                 Preston (el p)/Willie Weeks (bass)/Andy Newmark (dr)/Tom Scott
                                 (horns)
                   Note: This album was recorded from September - October, probably in
                             London at EMI (Abbey Road) Studios.

741221A  21st December: London, Kilburn State Gaumont Theatre
741222A  22nd December: London, Kilburn State Gaumont Theatre

741223A  23rd December: GEORGE HARRISON.
                   7“ single (Apple 6002). Producer: George Harrison. Sound engineer: Phil
                   McDonald and Kumar Shankar (side A).
                   A: Ding Dong, Ding Dong (George Harrison)
                   [B: I Don’t Care Anymore (George Harrison)]
                   Side A: With Ron Wood on guitar.
                   Line-up and notes: see 741220A.

741223A  23rd December: London, Kilburn State Gaumont Theatre
                   (It’s All Over Now/Take A Look At The Guy/Bring It On Home To Me-
                    You Send Me/Sweet Little Rock’n Roller/I’d Rather Go Blind/Angel/
                    I Can Feel The Fire/You Can Make Me Dance, Sing Or Anything/
                    Twistin’ The Night Away/You Wear It Well-Maggie May/We’ll Meet
                    Again [a capella])
                   Note: The whole show was filmed.
                             With special guest star Keith Richards on guitar on three songs: Sweet
                              Little Rock’n Roller, I’d Rather Go Blind and Twistin’ The Night Away.

741223B  23rd December: THE FACES. UK TV (ITV) ‘Rod Stewart & Faces’.
                  (It’s All Over Now/Take A Look At The Guy/Bring It On Home To Me-
                   You Send Me/Sweet Little Rock’n Roller/I’d Rather Go Blind/Angel/
                    I Can Feel The Fire/You Can Make Me Dance, Sing Or Anything/
                    Twistin’ The Night Away/You Wear It Well-Maggie May/We’ll Meet
                    Again [a capella])
                   Note: Telecast on the 28th November 1975. Later released on Meda Video.
                             With special guest star Keith Richards on guitar on three songs: Sweet
                             Little Rock’n Roller, I’d Rather Go Blind and Twistin’ The Night Away.

741200A  December: THE FACES. UK TV (BBC) ‘Top Of The Pops’. Incl.
                    - You Can Make Me Dance, Sing Or Anything (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart/
                         Ian McLagan/Tetsu Yamauchi/Kenny Jones)
                    Note: Filmed live in London, Lewisham Odeon in mid-November 1974.

740000A  1974: BILLY NICHOLLS.
                   LP ‘Love Songs’ (GM Records GML 1011). Producer: Billy Nicholls.
                   Sound engineer: Ron Nevison. Recorded in London, at The Wick (Ron
                   Wood’s house) with Ronnie Lane’s mobile studio. Incl.
                   - Kew (Billy Nicholls)
                   Line-up: Ron Wood (gtr)/Billy Nicholls (voc, gtr)/Ian McLagan (el p)/
                                  Tony Stevens (bass)/Ron Berg (dr)

740000B  1974: THE FACES. UK movie ‘Heart Of The Sun’. Director: Peter Clifton. Incl.
                    - Stay With Me (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart)
                    - Maggie May (Rod Stewart/Martin Quittenton)
                    - Roll Over Beethoven-Lawdy Miss Clawdy-I Feel So Good (Chuck Berry-
                         Lloyd Price-Big Bill Broonzy)
                    Note: Filmed live in London, Chalk Farm Roundhouse on the 6th May 1972.
 
 

 


1975

Note: All entries (unless noted otherwise) are from The Faces.
          For Ron Wood’s collaborations with The Rolling Stones, see The Complete Works
           Vol. 1, 1962 - 1975 Update-book!

750000A  1975: THE WHO.
                   LP ‘Tommy/Original Soundtrack’ (Polydor PD 29502). Producer: Pete
                   Townshend & Ken Russell. Sound engineer: Ron Nevison. Recorded in
                   December 1973 - March 1974 in London, Ramport Studios and at Pete
                   Townshend’s homestudio.
                   - There’s A Doctor (Pete Townshend)
                   - Acid Queen (Pete Townshend)
                   Line-up ‘There’s A Doctor’: RW (gtr)/Alan Ross (gtr)/Ann-Margret and
                                 Oliver Reed (voc)/Chris Stainton (p)/Kenny Jones (dr)
                   Line-up ‘Acid Queen’: RW (gtr)/Tina Turner (voc)/Nicky Hopkins (p)/
                                 John Entwistle (bass)/Kenny Jones (dr)

750000B  1975: ROD STEWART.
                    LP ‘Rod Stewart & The Faces’ (Springboard Records SPB 4030). Incl. one
                    unreleased track, produced by Mick Jagger in August 1966 or later.
                    - Come Home Baby (Barry Mann/Cynthia Weil)
                    Line-up: Ron Wood (bass)/Keith Richards (gtr)/Rod Stewart (voc)/
                                  P.P. Arnold (voc)/Keith Emerson (keyb)/Micky Waller (dr)
                    Note: A remix of this song was released in 1993 in Holland on a Dutch CD
                              ‘Just A Little Miss Understood’ (Trace 0402232).
                              It is not confirmed if Ronnie Wood really plays on this track.

750100A  January or April (date unsure): ALI MCKENZIE. London, The Wick
                  Unverified studio-session for the former Birds lead-singer.
                  Musicians: RW (gtr)/MJ (gtr)/Ali McKenzie (voc)/Ronnie Lane (bass)/Kenny
                                    Jones (dr)

750127A  27th January: THE FACES. London, AIR Studios. Producer: The Faces.
                  Recording of about five tracks (some unfinished), incl. (all unverified):
                  - High Heel Sneakers (Robert Higginbotham)
                  - Open To Ideas (Ron Wood/Rod Stewart/Ian McLagan)

11th February - 13th March: THE FACES. 10th US tour.
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, voc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/
                                  Tetsu Yamauchi (bass)/Kenny Jones (dr)

750211A  11th February: Rochester,
750212A  12th February: Kalamazoo, Wings Stadium

750213A  13th February: LED ZEPPELIN. Long Island, Nassau Coliseum
                    - Communication Breakdown (Robert Plant/Jimmy Page/John Paul Jones)
                    Line-up: Ron Wood (gtr)/Robert Plant (voc)/Jimmy Page (gtr)/
                                  John Paul Jones (bass)/John Bonham (dr)

750214A  14th February: Detroit, Cobo Hall
                   (It’s All Over Now/Take A Look At The Guy/I’m Losing You/
                    Bring It On Home To Me-You Send Me/Sweet Little Rock’n Roller/
                    I’d Rather Go Blind/Angel/Stay With Me-Gasoline Alley-Stay With Me/
                    Mine For Me/I Can Feel The Fire/Too Bad-Every Picture Tells A Story/
                    Twistin’ The Night Away/You Wear It Well-Maggie May)
                    Note: Soundboard recording was made.

750215A  15th February: Washington, Capital Center
750216A  16th February: Philadelphia, Civic Center
750218A  18th February: Chicago, International Amphitheater
750220A  20th February: Indianapolis, Indiana Convention Center
750221A  21st February: Charleston, Civic Center
750222A  22nd February: Cincinatti, Gardens
750224A  24th February: New York, Madison Square Garden
750225A  25th February: Providence, Civic Center
750226A  26th February: New Haven, Arena
750302A  2nd March: San Francisco, Cow Palace

750303A  3rd March: Los Angeles, Forum
                   (It’s All Over Now/Take A Look At The Guy/I’m Losing You/
                    Bring It On Home To Me-You Send Me/Sweet Little Rock’n Roller/
                    I’d Rather Go Blind/Too Bad-Every Picture Tells A Story/Angel/
                    Stay With Me-Gasoline Alley-Stay With Me/I Can Feel The Fire/
                    You Wear It Well-Maggie May/Twistin’ The Night Away I/Twistin’
                    The Night Away II/We’ll Meet Again [a capella])

750300A  early March: THE FACES. Los Angeles, Record Plant Studios. Producer:
                   The Faces. Studio recordings which were not very fruitful as they
                   mostly turned into all night Jams with lots of guests.
                   Line-up: RW (gtr)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ian McLagan (keyb)/Tetsu
                                 Yamauchi (bass)/Kenny Jones (dr)/Bobby Womack + others

750305A  5th March: Los Angeles, Forum

750306A  6th March: IKE & TINA TURNER. Inglewood, Ike Turners homestudio.
                  Ike Turner recorded one of his tracks (mis)using The Faces (minus Rod
                  Stewart) who paid him a visit as sessioneers.

750307A  7th March: San Bernadino, Swing Auditorium
                   (It’s All Over Now/Take A Look At The Guy/I’m Losing You/Bring It
                    On Home To Me-You Send Me/Sweet Little Rock’n Roller/I’d
                    Rather Go Blind/Too Bad-Every Picture Tells A Story/Angel/Stay
                    With Me-Gasoline Alley-True Blue-Stay With Me/I Can Feel The
                    Fire/You Wear It Well-Maggie May/Twistin’ The Night Away)
                   Note: Whole show was recorded by US radio and broadcast at a later date.

750309A  9th March: Phoenix, Coliseum
750312A  12th March: Seattle, Edmundson Pavilion
750313A  13th March: Vancouver, Canada, PNE Coliseum

750400A  early April: RON WOOD. London, The Wick (Ron Wood’s homestudio)
                    Producer: Ron Wood, Ian McLagan and Bobby Womack. Sound engineer:
                    Keith Harwood. First sessions for the upcoming Now Look-album.
                    Note: For more info and musicians, see 750414A.

750414A  14th - 21st April: RON WOOD. (Near) Amsterdam, Holland, B.B.C. Studios.
                    Producer: Ron Wood, Ian McLagan and Bobby Womack. Sound engineer:
                    Keith Harwood.
                    - Big Bayou (Gib Gilbeau)
                    - I Can Say She’s Alright II (Ron Wood/Bobby Womack)
                    - If You Don’t Want My Love I (Bobby Womack/Gordon T. Witt) -edit
                    - If You Don’t Want My Love II (Bobby Womack/Gordon T. Witt) -Now
                         Look
-version
                    - I Got A Feeling (Bobby Womack/Ian McLagan/Jean Roussell) -The Womack
                         Sisters on backing vocals
                    - I Got Lost When I Found You (Ron Wood/Bobby Womack)
                    - Sweet Baby Mine (Jim Ford/Bobby Womack)
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, voc)/Bobby Womack (gtr, voc)/Ian McLagan (org, p)/
                                  Willie Weeks (bass)/Andy Newmark (dr)/Jean
                                  Roussell (el p, synth, clavinet)
                    Note: These recordings got mixed in Electric Ladyland Studios, New York and
                              The Record Plant Studios, New York in late April.
                              ‘I Can Say She’s Alright’ with KR on guitar was already begun at The
                              Wick in Spring 1974.

750700A  July: UK TV (ITV) ‘Smiler’.
                   Unreleased Rod Stewart-documentary, with lots of Ron Wood/Faces-footage,
                   produced by the Gaff Management. Unaired on TV until today. Incl.
                   (probably all songs incomplete):
                    - Mine For Me (Paul McCartney) -live at Lewisham 18.11.74
                    - It’s All Over Now (Bobby and Shirley Womack) -live at Lewisham 18.11.74
                    - Angel (Jimi Hendrix) -live at Lewisham 18.11.74
                    - Sweet Little Rock’n Roller (Chuck Berry) -live at Lewisham 18.11.74

750703A  3rd July: RON WOOD.
                   LP ‘Now Look’ (Warner Brothers WB K 56145). Producer: RW, Bobby
                   Womack and lan McLagan. Sound engineer: Keith Harwood.
                    - I Got Lost When I Found You (Ron Wood/Bobby Womack)
                    - Big Bayou (Gib Gilbaeu)
                    - Breathe On Me (Ron Wood)
                    - If You Don’t Want My Love (Bobby Womack/Gordon T. Witty)
                    - I Can Say She’s Alright (Ron Wood/Bobby Womack)
                    - Caribbean Boogie (Ron Wood)
                    - Now Look (Ron Wood)
                    - Sweet Baby Mine (Jim Ford/Bobby Womack)
                    - I Can’t Stand The Rain (Donald Bryant/Ann Peebles/Bernard Miller)
                    - It’s Unholy (RW)
                    - I Got A Feeling (Bobby Womack/Ian McLagan/Jean Roussell)
                    Line-up: see 740400A and 750414A..

750800A  ca. 9th - 14th August: Miami, 461 Ocean Boulevard. Tour-rehearsals.

15th August - 1st November: THE FACES. 11th and last US tour.
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/
                                  Tetsu Yamauchi (bass)/Kenny Jones (dr)/Jesse Ed Davis (gtr)
                    Additional musicians: A string section specially hired in each city of the tour
                                  (for the two songs ‘Angel’ and ‘Bring It On Home To Me-You
                                  Send Me’) under conduction of Jimmy Horowitz.

750815A  15th August: West Palm Beach, Auditorium
750816A  16th August: Tampa Bay, Stadium
750817A  17th August: Atlanta, The Omni
750819A  19th August: Ashville, Civic Center
750820A  20th August: Norfolk, Scope
750822A  22nd August: Jersey City, Roosevelt Stadium

750823A  23rd August: Cleveland, Coliseum
                  (Memphis, Tennessee/It’s All Over Now/Three Time Loser/Miss Judy’s Farm/
                    I’d Rather Go Blind/Sweet Little Rock’n Roller/I’m Losing You/
                    Take A Look At The Guy/Bring It On Home To Me-You Send Me/
                    Angel/You Wear It Well-Maggie May/Big Bayou/Stay With Me/
                    Twistin’ The Night Away)

750824A  24th August: Evansville, Meskar Music Park
750826A  26th August: St. Louis, Kiel Auditorium
750827A  27th August: Memphis, Mid-South Coliseum
750828A  28th August: Oklahoma City, Myriad

750830A  30th August: Anaheim, Stadium
                   Note: With special guests The Tower Of Power on horns. No strings!

750831A  31st August: San Diego, Balboa Stadium
750901A  1st September: Fresno, Speedway
750906A  6th September: San Jose, Spartan Stadium
750907A  7th September: Sacramento, Hughes Stadium

750909A  9th September: TED WOOD.
                   7“ single (Pye Records Penny Farthing PEN 891). Producer: Ron Wood.
                  Recorded probably in January or April at RW’s home Studio at The Wick.
                  A: Am I Blue (Harry Akst/Grant Clarke)
                  B: Shine (Trad. -composer unknown) -Rod Stewart, Gary Glitter and
                         Bobby Womack on backing vocals
                  Line-up: RW (gtr)/Ted Wood (voc)/Ian McLagan (p)/Micky Waller (dr)/
                                Tetsu Yamauchi (bass; unsure)

750910A  10th September: Honolulu, Honolulu International Center
750911A  11th September: Honolulu, Honolulu International Center
750913A  13th September: Denver, Coliseum

750914A  14th September: Albuquerque, Hilton Inn Hotel. Jam-session. Unverified.
                   - Baby Let Me Follow You Down (Rev. Gary Davis)
                   - Smokestack Lightning (Chester Burnett)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr)/Rod Stewart (gtr, voc)/Ian McLagan (gtr?)

750914B  14th September: Albuquerque, University Of New Mexico, Johnson’s Gym

750915A  15th September: US radio ( ) ‘Rolling Stone News Service’.
                   - interview with Rod Stewart
                   - interview with Britt Eklund
                   - interview with RW
                  Note: Interviews were recorded in Albuquerque 14.9.75 by Tom Nolan.

750916A  16th September: Tucson, University Of Arizona or Stadium. Backstage Jam.
                    Unverified.
                    - Tracks Of My Tears (William Robinson)
                    + more (Muddy Waters + Chuck Berry-stuff)
                    + some tricky fingering on guitar by RW + Jesse Ed Davis only

750916B  16th September: Tucson, University Of Arizona or Stadium
750919A  19th September: San Antonio, Texas, Convention Center

750920A  20th September: Houston, Hofheinz Pavilion
                   (Memphis, Tennessee/It’s All Over Now/Three Time Loser/Miss Judy’s Farm/
                    I’d Rather Go Blind/Sweet Little Rock’n Roller/I’m Losing You/
                    Big Bayou/Angel/Bring It On Home To Me-You Send Me/You Wear It Well-
                    Maggie May/Stay With Me/Twistin’ The Night Away/You Can Make
                    Me Dance, Sing Or Anything)

750921A  21st September: Fort Worth, Tarrant County Convention Center

750923A  23rd September: New Orleans, Municipal Auditorium
                   (Memphis, Tennessee/It’s All Over Now/Three Time Loser/Miss Judy’s Farm/
                    I’d Rather Go Blind/Sweet Little Rock’n Roller/I’m Losing You/
                    Big Bayou/Angel/Bring It On Home To Me-You Send Me/You Wear It Well-
                    Maggie May/Band introduction/Stay With Me/Twistin’ The Night Away I/
                    Twistin’ The Night Away II)

750924A  24st September: Atlanta, Mobil

750925A  25th and/or 26th September: THE FACES. Nashville, unidentified studio.
                   Producer: The Faces. Additional musician: Jesse Ed Davis (gtr). Incl.
                   - two new songs
                   - one cover-version
                  Note: Last Faces studio-recordings ever!

750926A  26st September: Nashville, Municipal Auditorium
750927A  27st September: Charlotte, Coliseum
750928A  28st September: Roanoke, Civic Center
750930A  30st September: Louisville, Freedom Hall
751003A  3rd October: Bloomington, University Of Indiana
751004A  4th October: South Bend, ACC University Of Notre Dame
751005A  5th October: Dayton, University
751007A  7th October: Toledo, Sports Arena
751009A  9th October: Pittsburgh, Civic Arena

751010A  10th October: RON WOOD.
                  7“ single (Warner Brothers WB K 16679). Producer: Ron Wood,
                  Bobby Womack and Ian McLagan. Sound engineer: Keith Harwood.
                  A: If You Don’t Want My Love (Bobby Womack/Gordon D. Witty) -edited
                          version
                  B: I Got A Feeling (Bobby Womack/Ian McLagan/Jean Roussell)
                  Line-up: see 750414A.

751010B  10th October: Boston, Garden
                   (Memphis, Tennessee/It’s All Over Now/Three Time Loser/Miss Judy’s Farm/
                    I’d Rather Go Blind/Sweet Little Rock’n Roller/I’m Losing You/Big Bayou/
                    Band introduction part 1/Angel/Bring It On Home To Me-You Send Me/
                    You Wear It Well-Maggie May/Heatwave [a capella]/Band introduction
                     part 2/Stay With Me/Twistin’ The Night Away I/Wee Wee Baby/
                    Twistin’ The Night Away II)
                    Note: Wee Wee Baby and Twistin’ The Night Away II with special guest
                              Peter Frampton on guitar.

751011A  11th October: Baltimore, University Of Maryland
751012A  12th October: Uniondale, Nassau Coliseum
751013A  13th October: Boston, Garden

751018A  18th October: Hallendale, incl.
                   (Memphis, Tennessee/It’s All Over Now/Three Time Loser/Miss Judy’s Farm/
                     I’d Rather Go Blind/You Wear It Well-Maggie May/Sweet Little Rock’n
                     Roller/I’m Losing You/Big Bayou/Angel/Bring It On Home To Me-
                     You Send Me)

751021A  21st October: Detroit,
                  (Memphis, Tennessee/It’s All Over Now/Three Time Loser/Miss Judy’s Farm/
                    I’d Rather Go Blind/Sweet Little Rock’n Roller/I’m Losing You/
                    Big Bayou/Angel/Bring It On Home To Me-You Send Me/You Wear It Well-
                    Maggie May/Happy Birthday Tetsu [a capella]/Stay With Me/
                    Twistin’ The Night Away I/Wee Wee Baby/Twistin’ The Night Away II)

751022A  22nd October: Detroit,
751027A  27th October: Toronto, Canada.
751000A  October: Lakeland,
751101A  1st November: Minneapolis, Labor Temple
 
 


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