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SITE MAP
PAGE INDEX
[What's New]
MUSIC
[Intro]
[Personnel] [Top Topham] [Eric Clapton] [London 1963 - 12/8/63] [Five Live Yardbirds - 3/10/64] [Jeff Beck] [Eye View Of Beat] [Roger The Engineer] [Jeff Beck and Jimmy Page] [Jimmy Page] [Little Games] [Live Featuring Jimmy Page - 3/30/68]
REFERENCE
[Print Media/Books] [Audio Media/Discography] [Video Media/Filmography] [Other Yardbird Links]
MISC
[Classifieds]
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WHAT's NEW
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What's new on this web page?

If you see the date changing on this page, without an announcement in this section, it is probably something like fixing minor coding problems, spelling errors, minor layout changes, new page on this site (so I changed bottom index), ... Any major changes to this page, will be announced here.

February 10, 2013. I just found out that the recent version of the Yardbirds has been recording their performances for a live in concert 2DVD set release of their performances. The DVD is called: Yardbirds - Making Tracks, on tour 2010 - 2012. For those with NTSC DVD players, you can purchase the DVD at amazon.com. For those with PAL DVD players, you can purchase the DVD at amazon.co.uk.

January 25, 2011. I just found out, that coming real soon, The Yardbirds - Glimpses 1963 - 1968 a new 5 CD set of demos, live recordings and interviews. It looks like they dug deep in the vaults and have come up with some previously unreleased recordings.

February 21, 2009. Jeff Beck is on tour in 2009. Go to our Other Yardbird Links to purchase tickets.

July 18, 2005. I just noticed that the ezBoard message board that I had set up for this web site had been deleted. Since restoration of the deleted conference is only available to subscribers to their service, and since the activity was relatively light, I not planning on looking for another message board. If you do think a message board is worth while, or you have a message board that you like, let me know and I may promote it here. As always you can contact me here.

February 19, 2004. I just got my copy of Live! Blueswailing July 1964. It contains 1 track not released on any prior Yardbirds CD/LP. It is also better recording quality than Five Live Yardbirds.

July 17, 2001. Yahoo!News The Yardbirds: Ultimate! A new 2CD anthology that will cover the band from their earliest to latest period. If you don't currently own any Yardbirds CDs, and were wondering where to start, this might be the place.

June 18, 2001. I just received my copy of the revised Crossfire Publications book, Yardbirds - The Ultimate Rave-Up by Greg Russo. It contains substantially more information than before about live shows, recording dates, ... It also has a number of reproductions of live show advertisments, band photos, ... The book is available for $23.95 + $3.00 shipping from:
Crossfire Publications
P.O.Box 20406
Floral Park, NY 11002-0406

I received special thanks on page 2 and 234. And on page 3, this web site is listed as one of the other important Yardbirds related websites. It also mentions that this site is permitted/AUTHORIZED to reproduce the Yardbirds concert and recording information. As I get the time, I will be revising the concert and recording dates on this site to be in agreement with the book.

March 10, 2001. It looks like I may have been premature in moving to a new web hosting site. I just found out that whenever Tripod.com is having hardware or software problems with their servers, they put up a message for the webmaster that their site is in violation of terms, and the web site has been deleted (instead of a message about system problems and try again later). Anyway, I believed Tripod.com when they said they deleted my account, so I will be moving, and making chromeoxide.com my new home on the web.

March 10, 2001. As long as I am moving my entire site, I decided to make a few changes to the layout of the individual pages, and the web site in general, including (but not limited to) I removed the counter, and moved the listings of mirror sites to the bottom of the page, ...

March 6, 2001. Sometime between March 1 to March 5, 2001 Tripod deleted my account/web site. The last stats Tripod gave me were 9,000+ visitors per month. Since my site is so popular, I have decided to keep it going, in spite of this major setback. But rather than trying to build up another free web site, and possibly deal with this problem again, I decided go with CommandLine.net to host the new chromeoxide.com.

January 9, 2001. One of Keith Relf's children asked me a question, and while I wasn't able to answer it, I was able to direct him to someone who did have the answer.

January 2, 2001. I just picked up my copy of Cumular Limit, the newest Yardbirds release of previously unreleased material (featuring Jimmy Page) from 1967 - 1968 including studio tracks, and a DVD of a live performance for German television.

October 31, 2000. The new Chrome Oxide Music Collectors Pages Message Board is provided by EZBoard.

October 31, 1999. There used to be a complete listing of all the bands featured on this site at the bottom of each page on this site. The complete band list has now been moved to the Site Map.

Back in June 1997 when I started this site, the index at the bottom of the page seemed like a good idea. Due to the amazing growth of this site, I now think that the Site Map is a better way to do it.

I will continue to list the featured band of the month at the bottom of each page on this site.

December 3, 2002 CD Now is undergoing changes, and asked that ALL links be removed.
October 28, 1999 I signed up with CD Now.

October 22, 1999. The Chrome Oxide Music Collector Pages web site hit the big time! And I didn't even know it.

Tripod stats showed that this web site had more than 4,000 unique visitors last month (September 1999). Because of that, Tripod has increased my web space from 11mb to 50mb.

June 24, 1999. I added a Yardbirds t-shirt to the Classifieds section.

May 21, 1999. On the advice of legal counsel, we have now added a copyright notice, and legal disclaimer to the bottom of each page on this web site.

March 16, 1999. Thanks to a recent visitor to this page, we now have a logo for the Chrome Oxide Music Collectors Pages, as well as a new background, seperator bars and a Yardbirds logo. There may be additional changes to look forward to as well.

February 14, 1999. I added a book about Jeff Beck to the Classifieds section.

January 9, 1999. No major changes or new information, but I did manage to scan in a few CD covers from my collection.

November 12, 1998. I started a new section on this page, Classifieds. A friend has an original vinyl LP he is interested in selling.

September 20, 1998. Marc Skobac found this site by using Alta Vista. Turns out he has been doing a sessionology similar to mine. His listing has a few hundred more live show listings than mine did. He does NOT have a web site, so he forwarded his information to me, and I have integrated it into my site.

Thank you VERY much, Marc.

May 24, 1998 I just picked up an audience recording of the March 30, 1968 Anderson Theater show. It has two extra tracks that are from the sound check.

April 18, 1998 Making Time British Beat Groups of the 1960s, now has a links back to my pages. Thanks.

April 15, 1998. I just received/bought a new book, "Yardbirds - The Ultimate Rave-Up" by Greg Russo. Published by Crossfire Publications. Buy it. It is a detailed chronology of the band, including a sessionography that is very extensive. I am in the process of reading it, and reviewing my web page to try to update / correct some of the listings that I have.

If you find his page, or buy his book, let him know you found out about it from this page. Thanks.

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The Yardbirds started in 1963 as a blues band that came out of England. Over the years, they evolved from straight blues, into pop, rock, psychedelic, heavy metal, ... with side trips into doing ballads, gregorian chants, ...

Yardbirds sometimes seem more famous for some of the members, than for what they did. Members included Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck and Jimmy Page. For a short while, both Jeff Beck and Jimmy Page were the dueling lead guitars.

Eric Clapton was lead guitar from October 1963 to March 1965. After quitting the Yardbirds, he joined John Mayalls Bluesbreakers in April 1965. After that was Cream, Blind Faith, Derek and the Dominos and solo career. All the while doing session work for other bands including Beatles, George Harrison, ...

Jeff Beck was the lead guitar from March 1965 to June 1966. He has led a number of bands since them, with the only constant being, his name and participation. He too had done session work for Donovan, ...

Jeff Beck shared lead guitar with Jimmy Page for the period from June 1966 to November 1966. After quitting the Yardbirds, he formed his own band, The Jeff Beck Group.

Jimmy Page was the lead guitar from November 1966 until July 1968 when the band broke up. After the Yardbirds broke up, he continued on as the New Yardbirds (with new members), until he changed the name of the band to Led Zeppelin. Jimmy Page had done extensive session work before joining the Yardbirds.

The Yardbirds is one of my favorite bands of all time. And since the Yardbirds material has been reissued so many times, and on so many labels, I thought it might be useful to be able to figure out how many tracks they really did. And where they are available.

In some cases, multiple versions of their songs were released. This happened because they didn't have many albums, just multiple 45s. And whoever was preparing a new reissue would just grab something from the vaults, without looking to see what the actual status of that particular track was.

Another reason for some of the weirdness of the compilations, is that every time they changed managers, the old managers kept the rights to the material.

If there was a popular band with *WORSE* management than the Yardbirds, I would like to know about it.

To My knowledge they only completed 4 albums as a group.
1) Five Live Yardbirds
   (3/10/64 a couple of live sets at the Marquee Club, London)
   (This was done by the band for the band.)
2) Roger The Engineer
   (aka: Over Under Sideways Down-1 week in the studio)
   (This was done by the band for the band.)
3) Little Games
   (only a few days in the studio)
   (This was done by the label for the label.)
4) Featuring Jimmy Page - 3/30/68 Live At The Anderson Theater, N.Y.
   (a single live show)
   (This was done by the label for the label, and quickly withdrawn when sued by Jimmay Page.)
They did record and release a few 45s and EPs. All other albums ("For Your Love", "Having A Rave Up", "Remember", ....) were compilations of the "Five Live Yardbirds", and the various studios sessions done for the 45s and EPs.

Comments and corrections would be appreciated.

And of course, any audio-video-print additions to my collection would be appreciated.

I am also interested in getting wider exposure for this site. So links from your site to mine would be appreciated. And if you know of any sites that allow/encourage submission, I would also appreciate knowing about them as well.

Do you have any articles, books, albums, tapes, CDs, ... on this band that you would like reviewed and / or integrated into this page?

Do you have any other band that you would like to see a page for on this site?

Please send to:

Chrome Oxide
P.O.Box 8106
Mission Hills, CA 91346-8106

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PERSONNEL
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PERSONNEL: May 1963 to October 20, 1963 - Lineup # 1
        Keith Relf - vocals/harp
        Top Topham - lead guitar
        Chris Dreja - rhythm guitar
        Paul Samwell-Smith - bass guitar
        Jim McCarty - drums

PERSONNEL: October 20, 1963 to March 3, 1965 Lineup # 2
        Keith Relf - vocals/harp
        Eric Clapton - lead guitar
        Chris Dreja - rhythm guitar
        Paul Samwell-Smith - bass guitar
        Jim McCarty - drums

PERSONNEL: March 4, 1965 to June 20, 1966 Lineup # 3
        Keith Relf - vocals/harp
        Jeff Beck - lead guitar
        Chris Dreja - rhythm guitar
        Paul Samwell-Smith - bass guitar
        Jim McCarty - drums

PERSONNEL: June 21, 1966 to November 1966 Lineup # 4
        Keith Relf - vocals/harp        Keith Relf - vocals/harp
        Jeff Beck - lead guitar         Jeff Beck - lead guitar
        Chris Dreja - rhythm guitar     Jimmy Page - lead guitar
        Jimmy Page - bass guitar        Chris Dreja - bass guitar
        Jim McCarty - drums             Jim McCarty - drums

PERSONNEL: November 1966 to July 1968 Lineup # 5
        Keith Relf - vocals/harp
        Jimmy Page - lead guitar
        Chris Dreja - bass guitar
        Jim McCarty - drums
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TOP TOPHAM
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PERSONNEL: May 1963 to October 20, 1963 - Lineup # 1
(Prior to this time, they were in various other bands.)
(This version of the band did *NOT* record anything.)
        Keith Relf - vocals/harp
        Top Topham - lead guitar
        Chris Dreja - rhythm guitar
        Paul Samwell-Smith - bass guitar
        Jim McCarty - drums

LIVE SHOW: ??????? 1963 Eel Pie Island, Twickenham
LIVE SHOW: ??????? 1963 Studio 51, Great Newport Street, London
LIVE SHOW: ??????? 1963 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: ??????? 1963 Railway Hotel, Harrow, Wealdstone
LIVE SHOW: ??????? 1963 Toby Jug, Surbiton

LIVE SHOW: June 30, 1963 Eel Pie Island, Twickenham

LIVE SHOW: July 14, 1963 Eel Pie Island, Twickenham
LIVE SHOW: July 16, 1963 Railway Hotel, Harrow, Wealdstone
LIVE SHOW: July 23, 1963 Railway Hotel, Harrow, Wealdstone
LIVE SHOW: July 30, 1963 Railway Hotel, Harrow, Wealdstone

LIVE SHOW: August 6, 1963 Railway Hotel, Harrow, Wealdstone
LIVE SHOW: August 13, 1963 Railway Hotel, Harrow, Wealdstone
LIVE SHOW: August 20, 1963 Railway Hotel, Harrow, Wealdstone
LIVE SHOW: August 27, 1963 Railway Hotel, Harrow, Wealdstone

LIVE SHOW: September ??, 1963 Great Western Pub, Richmond
LIVE SHOW: September 3, 1963 Railway Hotel, Harrow, Wealdstone
LIVE SHOW: September 6, 1963 Studio 51, Leicester Square, London
LIVE SHOW: September 13, 1963 Studio 51, Leicester Square, London
LIVE SHOW: September 20, 1963 Studio 51, Leicester Square, London
LIVE SHOW: September 27, 1963 Studio 51, Leicester Square, London
LIVE SHOW: September 29, 1963 Studio 51, Leicester Square, London
LIVE SHOW: September 29, 1963 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey

LIVE SHOW: October 4, 1963 Studio 51, Leicester Square, London
LIVE SHOW: October 6, 1963 Studio 51, Leicester Square, London
LIVE SHOW: October 6, 1963 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: October 13, 1963 Studio 51, Leicester Square, London
LIVE SHOW: October 13, 1963 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey

SET LIST: Was usually chosen from the below songs.
          I Wish You Would
          Smokestack Lightning
          Someone To Love
          Who Do You Love
          Louise
          Too Much Monkey Business
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PERSONNEL: October 20, 1963 to March 3, 1965 Lineup # 2
        Keith Relf - vocals/harp
        Eric Clapton - lead guitar
        Chris Dreja - rhythm guitar
        Paul Samwell-Smith - bass guitar
        Jim McCarty - drums

SET LIST: Was usually chosen from the below songs.
          Boom, Boom
          Louise
          Smokestack Lightning
          Honey In Your Hips
          Baby What's Wrong
          Carol
          I Wish You Would
          Let It Rock
          You Can't Judge Book By The Cover
          Who Do You Love
          Little Queenie
          I'm A Man

LIVE SHOW: October 19, 1963 Craw Daddy Club, Star Hotel, Broad Green
           (Eric Clapton - first gig ?)
LIVE SHOW: October 20, 1963 Studio 51, Leicester Square, London
           (Eric Clapton - first gig ?)
LIVE SHOW: October 20, 1963 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: October 27, 1963 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey

LIVE SHOW: November 2, 1963 Star Club, Star Hotel, Croydon, Surrey, England (p7)
LIVE SHOW: November 3, 1963 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: November 8, 1963 Edwina's Club, Finsbury Park, London
LIVE SHOW: November 9, 1963 Star Club, Star Hotel, Croydon, Surrey, England (p7)
LIVE SHOW: November 10, 1963 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: November 15, 1963 Edwina's Club, Finsbury Park, London
LIVE SHOW: November 16, 1963 Star Club, Star Hotel, Croydon, Surrey, England (p7)
LIVE SHOW: November 17, 1963 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: November 20, 1963 Ricky Tick, Thames Hotel, Windsor, Berkshire
LIVE SHOW: November 22, 1963 Edwina's Club, Finsbury Park, London
LIVE SHOW: November 23, 1963 Star Club, Star Hotel, Croydon, Surrey, England (p7)
LIVE SHOW: November 24, 1963 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: November 29, 1963 Edwina's Club, Finsbury Park, London
LIVE SHOW: November 30, 1963 Star Club, Star Hotel, Croydon, Surrey, England (p7)

STUDIO SESSION: December ??, 1963 R.G.Jones Studios, Morden, Surrey
(R.G.Jones sessions were engineered by Mike Vernon, because he knew)
(the band from occassionally replacing Keith Relf at live shows when)
(Keith was having asthma problems.)
(Mick O'Neil, among others, also replaced Keith as needed.)
(31)    Baby What's Wrong 2:38 (demo)

STUDIO SESSION: December ??, 1963 R.G.Jones Studios, Morden, Surrey
(31)    Boom Boom 2:25 (demo)
(31)    Honey In Your Hips 2:18 (demo)
(31)    I'm Talking About You 1:56 (demo)
(The above listed demos were never intended for release.  However,)
(record labels [sloppy/uncaring/greedy] and managers being what they)
(are, the ones with numbers have been released multiple times.)

LIVE SHOW: December 1, 1963 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: December 6, 1963 Edwina's Club, Finsbury Park, London
LIVE SHOW: December 7, 1963 Star Club, Star Hotel, Croydon, Surrey, England (p7)
           (with and without Sonny Boy Williamson)
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December 8,9, 1963 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey
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GRAPHIC IMAGE 'The First Recordings - album cover'
LIVE SHOW: December 8, 1963 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey
           (with and without Sonny Boy Williamson)
LIVE SHOW: December 9, 1963 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey
(aka: London 1963 The First Recordings)
(31)    Smokestack Lightning 6:48
(31)    You Can't Judge A Book By The Cover 2:56
(31)    Let It Rock 2:17
(31)    I Wish You Would 5:54
(31)    Who Do You Love 4:10
(31)    Honey In Your Hips 2:27

LIVE SHOW: December 9, 1963 Craw Daddy Club, London
Sonny Boy Williamson (with the Yardbirds as backup)
(31)    Bye Bye Bird 3:38
(31)    Mister Downchild 3:56
(31)    The River Rhine 5:21
(31)    23 Hours Too Long 5:07
(31)    A Lost Care 2:16
(31)    Pontiac Blues 3:49
(31)    Take It Easy Baby 5:41 (take 1)
(31)    Out On The Water Coast 3:07
(31)    I Don't Care No More 3:42
(31)    Western Arizona 3:00
(31)    Take It Easy Baby 4:12 (take 2)
        (?) Baby Don't Worry (?)

        Roger Pearce - guitar
Roger Pearce filled in on lead guitar for a few shows in
December 1963 when Eric Clapton was on vacation.

LIVE SHOW: December 13, 1963 Edwina's Club, Finsbury Park, London
LIVE SHOW: December 14, 1963 Star Club, Star Hotel, Croydon, Surrey, England (p7)
LIVE SHOW: December 15, 1963 Civic Hall, Guildford, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: December 17, 1963 Ricky Tick, Windsor, Berkshire
LIVE SHOW: December 20, 1963 Plaza Ballroom, Guildford, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: December 21, 1963 Star Club, Croydon, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: December 14, 1963 Star Club, Star Hotel, Croydon, Surrey, England (p7)
LIVE SHOW: December 23, 1963 Olympic Ballroom, Reading, Berkshire
LIVE SHOW: December 24, 1963 Ricky Tick, Windsor, Berkshire
LIVE SHOW: December 14, 1963 Star Club, Star Hotel, Croydon, Surrey, England (p7)
LIVE SHOW: December 29, 1963 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey

STUDIO SESSION: January ??, 1964 R.G.Jones Studios, Morden, Surrey
(It is possible that these tracks were February 1964)
(31)    I Wish You Would 4:16 (alternate version) (demo)
(31)    A Certain Girl 2:20 (alternate version) (demo)
        You Can't Judge A Book By The Cover (demo) (never released)
(The above listed demos were never intended for release.  However,)
(record labels [sloppy/uncaring/greedy] and managers being what they)
(are, the ones with numbers have been released multiple times.)

LIVE SHOW: January 3, 1964 Marquee Club, London
LIVE SHOW: January 4, 1964 Star Club, Star Hotel, Croydon, Surrey, England (p7)
LIVE SHOW: January 5, 1964 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: January 10, 1964 Marquee Club, London
LIVE SHOW: January 11, 1964 Star Club, Star Hotel, Croydon, Surrey, England (p7)
LIVE SHOW: January 12, 1964 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: January 14, 1964 Ricky Tick, Windsor, Berkshire
LIVE SHOW: January 17, 1964 Plaza Ballroom, Guildford, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: January 18, 1964 Star Club, Star Hotel, Croydon, Surrey, England (p7)
LIVE SHOW: January 19, 1964 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: January 20, 1964 Toby Jug Hotel, Tolworth, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: January 21, 1964 Ricky Tick, Windsor, Berkshire
LIVE SHOW: January 23, 1964 Marquee Club, London
LIVE SHOW: January 24, 1964 Marquee Club, London
LIVE SHOW: January 25, 1964 Star Club, Star Hotel, Croydon, Surrey, England (p7)
LIVE SHOW: January 26, 1964 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: January 27, 1964 Toby Jug Hotel, Tolworth, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: January 28, 1964 The Flamingo, London
LIVE SHOW: January 30, 1964 Marquee Club, London
LIVE SHOW: January 31, 1964 St. John's Ambulance Hall, Reading, Berkshire

STUDIO SESSION: February 1964 Olympic Studios, Barnes, London
(Some sources list these sessions as)
(November 1963, March/April 1964, or January/February 1964)
(31)    I Wish You Would 2:18
(31)    A Certain Girl 2:16

LIVE SHOW: February 1, 1964 Pearce Hall, Maidenhead, Berkshire
LIVE SHOW: February 2, 1964 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: February 4, 1964 Plaza Ballroom, Guildford, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: February 6, 1964 Marquee, London, England (p6)
LIVE SHOW: February 8, 1964 Pearce Hall, Maidenhead, Berkshire
LIVE SHOW: February 9, 1964 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: February 11, 1964 Coronation Hall, Kingston, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: February 13, 1964 Marquee, London, England (p6)
LIVE SHOW: February 15, 1964 Star Club, Star Hotel, Croydon, Surrey, England (p7)
LIVE SHOW: February 16, 1964 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: February 18, 1964 Plaza Ballroom, Guildford, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: February 20, 1964 Marquee, London, England (p6)
LIVE SHOW: February 21, 1964 Pearce Hall, Maidenhead, Berkshire
LIVE SHOW: February 21, 1964 Star Club, Star Hotel, Croydon, Surrey, England (p7)
LIVE SHOW: February 22, 1964 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: February 23, 1964 Coronation Hall, Kingston, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: February 25, 1964 Marquee Club, London
LIVE SHOW: February 27, 1964 Marquee, London, England (p6)
LIVE SHOW: February 28, 1964 Town Hall, Birmingham, Midlands
                               First Rhythm and Blues Festival
Sonny Boy Williamson (with the Yardbirds as backup)
(31)    Slows Walk 1:04
(31)    Highway 69 3:17
(31)    My Little Cabin 3:47
        Bye Bye Bird
        The Sky Is Crying
        Look At The Tears Rolling Down The Street
        Got My Mojo Working (jam)
(While the Yardbirds set at this show was also taped, Keith Relf,)
(the singer was in the hospital with a collapsed lung.)

SET LIST: Was usually chosen from the below songs.
          Too Much Monkey Business
          Got Love If You Want It
          Smokestack Lightning
          Good Morning Little Schoolgirl
          Respectable
          Five Long Years
          Pretty Girl
          Louise
          I'm A Man
          Here Tis
          I Wish You Would
          Little Queenie
          Carol
          Boom, Boom
          I Ain't Got You

LIVE SHOW: March 1, 1964 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: March 3, 1964 Coronation Hall, Kingston, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: March 5, 1964 Marquee, London, England (p6)
LIVE SHOW: March 6, 1964 Telephone House, Wimbledon
LIVE SHOW: March 7, 1964 Pearce Hall, Maidenhead, Berkshire
LIVE SHOW: March 8, 1964 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: March 13, 1964 Marquee, London, England (p6)
LIVE SHOW: March 14, 1964 Star Club, Croydon, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: March 15, 1964 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey
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March 10, 1964 Marquee Club, London (Five Live Yardbirds)
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GRAPHIC IMAGE 'Five Live Yardbirds - album cover'
LIVE SHOW: March 20, 1964 Marquee Club, London  (Five Live Yardbirds)
LIVE SHOW: March 20, 1964 Marquee, London, England (Five Live Yardbirds) (p6)
(March 6 to March 12 Marquee was closed to move to new quarters)
(Some sources list these as March 10, 1964)
        (1st set)
(31)    Too Much Monkey Business 3:49
(31)    I Got Love If You Want It 2:36
(31)    Smokestack Lightnin' 5:34
(31)    Good Morning Little School Girl 2:40
(31)    Respectable 5:30
        (2nd set)
(31)    Five Long Years 5:15
(31)    Pretty Girl 3:03
(31)    Louise 3:41
(31)    I'm A Man 4:31
(31)    Here 'Tis 5:09
        (3rd set) (was recorded, but was accidentally erased)
        I Wish You Would
        I Ain't Got You

LIVE SHOW: March 21, 1964 Star Club, Croydon, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: March 22, 1964 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: March 27, 1964 Marquee, London, England (p6)
LIVE SHOW: March 28, 1964 Star Club, Star Hotel, Croydon, Surrey, England (p7)
LIVE SHOW: March 29, 1964 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey (Brian Jones-vocals)

STUDIO SESSION: March ??, 1964 Olympic Studios, Barnes, London
(Some sources list these as started (instrumental backing) in August 1964.)
(and finished (vocals only) in September/October 1964)
(31)    Good Morning Little Schoolgirl 3:18 (backing track)
(31)    Good Morning Little Schoolgirl 3:09 (backing track + harp)
(31)    Good Morning Little Schoolgirl 2:44 (master)

STUDIO SESSION: September ??, 1964 Olympic Studios, Barnes, London
(This was probably either started the same time as Good Morning Little)
(School Girl, or finished when it was, since it was designed to be a)
(single and no other material was recorded at that time.)
(31)    I Ain't Got You 1:59

LIVE SHOW: April 3, 1964 Marquee, London, England (p6)
LIVE SHOW: April 4, 1964 St. Peter's Hall, Kingston, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: April 5, 1964 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: April 5, 1964 Marquee Club, London
LIVE SHOW: April 7, 1964 The Refectory, Golders Green, London
LIVE SHOW: April 10, 1964 Marquee, London, England (p6)
LIVE SHOW: April 11, 1964 Star Club, Star Hotel, Croydon, Surrey, England (p7)
LIVE SHOW: April 12, 1964 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: April 17, 1964 Marquee, London, England (p6)
LIVE SHOW: April 18, 1964 Star Club, Star Hotel, Croydon, Surrey, England (p7)
LIVE SHOW: April 19, 1964 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: April 21, 1964 Star Club, Star Hotel, Croydon, Surrey, England (p7)
LIVE SHOW: April 21, 1964 Marquee Club, London
LIVE SHOW: April 24, 1964 Marquee Club, London
LIVE SHOW: April 25, 1964 Town Hall Ballroom, Abergavenny, Wales
LIVE SHOW: April 25, 1964 Town Hall Ballroom, Birmingham
LIVE SHOW: April 26, 1964 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: April 27, 1964 The Manor House, Harringay, London
LIVE SHOW: April 28, 1964 Star Club, Star Hotel, Croydon, Surrey, England (p7)

LIVE SHOW: May 1, 1964 Marquee, London, England (p6)
LIVE SHOW: May 3, 1964 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: May 4, 1964 Bromel Club, Bromley Court Hotel, Bromley, Kent
LIVE SHOW: May 8, 1964 Marquee, London, England (p6)
LIVE SHOW: May 10, 1964 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: May 13, 1964 Bromel Club, Bromley Court Hotel, Bromley, Kent
LIVE SHOW: May 15, 1964 Marquee, London, England (p6)
LIVE SHOW: May 16, 1964 Star Club, Star Hotel, Croydon, Surrey, England (p7)
LIVE SHOW: May 17, 1964 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey

VIDEO SESSION: May 22, 1964 Ready, Steady Go (English TV)
        I Wish You Would

LIVE SHOW: May 22, 1964 Marquee, London, England (p6)
LIVE SHOW: May 24, 1964 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: May 27, 1964 Beckenham Ballroom, Beckenham, Kent
LIVE SHOW: May 27, 1964 Star Club, Star Hotel, Croydon, Surrey, England (p7)
LIVE SHOW: May 29, 1964 Marquee, London, England (p6)
LIVE SHOW: May 31, 1964 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey

LIVE SHOW: June 5, 1964 Marquee, London, England (p6)
LIVE SHOW: June 7, 1964 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: June 11, 1964 Brighton Dome, Brighton, Sussex
LIVE SHOW: June 12, 1964 Marquee, London, England (p6)
LIVE SHOW: June 13, 1964 Club Noriek, London
LIVE SHOW: June 14, 1964 Wimbledon Palais, Wimbledon, London
LIVE SHOW: June 19, 1964 Marquee, London, England (p6)
LIVE SHOW: June 20, 1964 Jazz Festival, Osterley Rugby Club, Middlesex
LIVE SHOW: June 21, 1964 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: June 26, 1964 Northern Jazz Festival, Redcar, Cleveland
LIVE SHOW: June 28, 1964 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey

LIVE SHOW: July 3, 1964 Marquee, London, England (p6)
LIVE SHOW: July 5, 1964 The Cavern, Liverpool
LIVE SHOW: July 7, 1964 Churchill Hall, Kenton
LIVE SHOW: July 8, 1964 Blue Moon Club, Church Road, Hayes
LIVE SHOW: July 9, 1964 Olympic Ballroom, Reading, Berkshire
LIVE SHOW: July 10, 1964 Marquee, London, England (p6)
LIVE SHOW: July 11, 1964 Rhodes Hall, South Street, Bishop's Stortford, Herts
LIVE SHOW: July 12, 1964 Dartford
LIVE SHOW: July 13, 1964 Sparrow Hawk, Glengale Road, Edgware, Middlesex
LIVE SHOW: July 14, 1964 Churchill Hall, Kenton
LIVE SHOW: July 15, 1964 Il Rondo Ballroom, Silver Street, Leicester
LIVE SHOW: July 16, 1964 Olympic Ballroom, Reading, Berkshire
LIVE SHOW: July 17, 1964 Marquee, London, England (p6)
LIVE SHOW: July 18, 1964 2nd Scottish Jazz & Blues Festival, Ayr, South Ayrshire, Scotland
LIVE SHOW: July 19, 1964 Commodore, Ryde, Isle Of Wight
LIVE SHOW: July 20, 1964 Kingston Jazz Cellar, Kingston
LIVE SHOW: July 21, 1964 Churchill Hall, Kenton
LIVE SHOW: July 22, 1964 Twisted Wheel, Manchester
LIVE SHOW: July 23, 1964 Twisted Wheel, Manchester
LIVE SHOW: July 24, 1964 Marquee, London, England (p6)
           (Mick O'Neil replaces Keith Relf)
LIVE SHOW: July 25, 1964 King George Hall, Esher, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: July 26, 1964 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: July 27, 1964 Town Hall, Clacton-on-Sea, Essex
LIVE SHOW: July 28, 1964 Churchill Hall, Kenton
LIVE SHOW: July 29, 1964 Bromel Club, Bromley Court Hotel, Bromley, Kent
LIVE SHOW: July 29, 1964 Marquee, London, England (p6)
LIVE SHOW: July 30, 1964 Locarno Ballroom, Swindon, Wilshire
LIVE SHOW: July 31, 1964 Marquee, London
LIVE SHOW: July 1964 exact date / location unknown.
        Someone To Love Me
        Too Much Monkey Business
        I Got Love If You Want It
        Smokestack Lightning
        Good Morning Little Schoolgirl
        She Is So Respectable / Humpty Dumpty
        The Sky Is Crying

LIVE SHOW: August 1, 1964 Market Hall, Redhill
LIVE SHOW: August 2, 1964 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: August 4, 1964 Kenton Conservative Hall, Kenton, Middlesex
LIVE SHOW: August 5, 1964 Flamingo, Redruth, Cornwall
LIVE SHOW: August 6, 1964 Barnstable, Queens Hall, Devon
LIVE SHOW: August 7, 1964 Marquee, London, England (p6)
(August 8, 1964 Keith Relf hospitalized for collapsed lung)
(Mick O'Neil on vocals this show.)
VIDEO SESSION/LIVE SHOW:
August 9, 1964 Fourth Jazz and Blues Festival, Richmond, Surrey
(Mick O'Neil on vocals this show.)
(Mick O'Neil, Mike Vernon, and others until September 21, 1964.)
        Boom Boom
        I'm A Man
        Little Queenie
        Too Much Monkey Business
        Respectable
	Carol
	Here 'Tis
        Good Morning Little School Girl
        I Ain't Got You

LIVE SHOW: August 10, 1964 Lugano Hotel, Switzerland
LIVE SHOW: August 11, 1964 Lugano Hotel, Switzerland
LIVE SHOW: August 12, 1964 Lugano Hotel, Switzerland
LIVE SHOW: August 13, 1964 Lugano Hotel, Switzerland
LIVE SHOW: August 14, 1964 Lugano Hotel, Switzerland
LIVE SHOW: August 15, 1964 Lugano Hotel, Switzerland
LIVE SHOW: August 16, 1964 Lugano Hotel, Switzerland
LIVE SHOW: August 17, 1964 Lugano Hotel, Switzerland
LIVE SHOW: August 18, 1964 Lugano Hotel, Switzerland
LIVE SHOW: August 19, 1964 Lugano Hotel, Switzerland
LIVE SHOW: August 20, 1964 Lugano Hotel, Switzerland
LIVE SHOW: August 21, 1964 Lugano Hotel, Switzerland
LIVE SHOW: August 22, 1964 Lugano Hotel, Switzerland
LIVE SHOW: August 23, 1964 Lugano Hotel, Switzerland
LIVE SHOW: August 24, 1964 Lugano Hotel, Switzerland
LIVE SHOW: August 25, 1964 Lugano Hotel, Switzerland
LIVE SHOW: August 26, 1964 Lugano Hotel, Switzerland
LIVE SHOW: August 27, 1964 Lugano Hotel, Switzerland
LIVE SHOW: August 28, 1964 Lugano Hotel, Switzerland
LIVE SHOW: August 29, 1964 Lugano Hotel, Switzerland

LIVE SHOW: September 4, 1964 Marquee, London, England (p6)
LIVE SHOW: September 6, 1964 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: September 11, 1964 Marquee, London, England (p6)
LIVE SHOW: September 13, 1964 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: September 18, 1964 Granada Theater, Walthamstow, London
PACKAGE TOUR: September 19, 1964 - October 18, 1964
LIVE SHOW: September 19, 1964 Colston Hall, Bristol
LIVE SHOW: September 20, 1964 Odeon Theater, Lewisham
LIVE SHOW: September 21, 1964 Granada Theatre, Maidstone
           (Keith Relf rejoins band on vocals)
LIVE SHOW: September 22, 1964 Granada Theatre, Greenford
LIVE SHOW: September 23, 1964 Gaumont Theatre, Ipswitch
LIVE SHOW: September 24, 1964 Odeon Theatre, Southend
LIVE SHOW: September 25, 1964 ABC Theatre, Northampton
LIVE SHOW: September 26, 1964 Granada Theatre, Mansfield
LIVE SHOW: September 27, 1964 Empire Theatre, Liverpool
LIVE SHOW: September 28, 1964 Caird Hall, Dundee, Scotland
LIVE SHOW: September 29, 1964 ABC Theatre, Edinburg, Scotland
LIVE SHOW: September 30, 1964 Odeon Theatre, Glasgow, Scotland

LIVE SHOW: October 1, 1964 ABC Theatre, Baile Atha Cliath/Dublin, Dublin, Ireland
LIVE SHOW: October 2, 1964 Adelphi Theatre, Belfast, Northern Ireland
LIVE SHOW: October 3, 1964 Savoy Theatre, Cork, Ireland
LIVE SHOW: October 4, 1964 ABC Theatre, Stockton
LIVE SHOW: October 7, 1964 ABC Theatre, Carlisle
LIVE SHOW: October 8, 1964 Odeon Theatre, Bolton
LIVE SHOW: October 9, 1964 Granada Theatre, Grantham
LIVE SHOW: October 10, 1964 ABC Theatre, Hull
LIVE SHOW: October 11, 1964 Granada Theatre, East Ham
LIVE SHOW: October 13, 1964 Granada Theatre, Bedford
LIVE SHOW: October 14, 1964 Granada Theatre, Brixton
LIVE SHOW: October 15, 1964 Odeon Theatre, Guildford
LIVE SHOW: October 16, 1964 ABC Theatre, Southampton
LIVE SHOW: October 17, 1964 ABC Theatre, Gloucester
LIVE SHOW: October 18, 1964 Granada Theatre, Tooting
LIVE SHOW: October 23, 1964 Marquee, London, England (p6)
LIVE SHOW: October 25, 1964 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: October 26, 1964 Glenlyn Club, Forest Hill, London
LIVE SHOW: October 30, 1964 Marquee, London, England (p6)

STUDIO SESSION: November ??, 1964 I.B.C. Studios, London
(31)    Sweet Music 2:29 (version 1 - take 3)
(31)    Sweet Music 2:36 (version 2 - take 4)

STUDIO SESSION: November ??, 1964 Olympic Studios, Barnes, London
(31)    Putty (In Your Hands) 2:17

LIVE SHOW: November 1, 1964 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: November 6, 1964 Hippodrome, Brighton, Sussex
LIVE SHOW: November 8, 1964 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: November 19, 1964 Colston Hall, Bristol
LIVE SHOW: November 22, 1964 Brighton Festival, Brighton
LIVE SHOW: November 27, 1964 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: November 29, 1964 Sunderland Empire, Sunderland
LIVE SHOW: November 30, 1964 City Hall, Newcastle

LIVE SHOW: December 7, 1964 Royal Albert Hall, London
LIVE SHOW: December 10, 1964 Olympic Ballroom, Reading, Berkshire
LIVE SHOW: December 12, 1964 Palais, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire
LIVE SHOW: December 13, 1964 Sheffield, South Yorkshire
LIVE SHOW: December 14, 1964 Grand Pavalion, Porthcawl, Pen-y-bont ar Ogwr, Wales
LIVE SHOW: December 17, 1964 Lakeside Ballroom, Hendon, Middlesex
LIVE SHOW: December 18, 1964 Gravesend, Kent
LIVE SHOW: December 21, 1964 Fairfield Hall, Croydon, Surrey, England (p7)
LIVE SHOW: December 24, 1964 Odeon Cinema, Hammersmith, London, England (p1)
           (all Odeon Cinema are the Beatles Christmas Show)
LIVE SHOW: December 26, 1964 Odeon Cinema, Hammersmith, London, England (p1)
LIVE SHOW: December 27, 1964 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: December 28, 1964 Odeon Cinema, Hammersmith, London, England (p1)
LIVE SHOW: December 29, 1964 Odeon Cinema, Hammersmith, London, England (p1)
LIVE SHOW: December 30, 1964 Odeon Cinema, Hammersmith, London, England (p1)
LIVE SHOW: December 31, 1964 Odeon Cinema, Hammersmith, London, England (p1)

STUDIO SESSION: December ??, 1964 I.B.C. Studios, London
(Some sources list these as January 1965)
(31)    For Your Love 2:28

STUDIO SESSION: December ??, 1964 Olympic Studios, Barnes, London
(Some sources list these as August/September 1964 as flip side to)
(the Good Morning Little Schoolgirl session)
(31)    Got To Hurry 0:42 (take 2-fragment)
(31)    Got To Hurry 2:47 (take 3)
(31)    Got To Hurry 2:34 (take 4-master)

VIDEO SESSION: 1964 Go Tell It On The Mountain (German or UK - TV)
(performed live in the TV studio)
(v2)(v6)Louise
(v2)(v6)I Wish You Would

VIDEO/LIVE SESSION: date unknown 1963/1964 location unknown
        I Wish You Would (Paris, 1965)
        I'm A Man (song cut short)

RADIO SESSION: 1964 Alexis Korner's R'n'B show - BBC RADIO (Program ??)
        Too Much Monkey Business

LIVE SHOW: January 1, 1965 Odeon Cinema, Hammersmith, London, England (p1)
           (all Odeon Cinema are the Beatles Christmas Show)
LIVE SHOW: January 2, 1965 Odeon Cinema, Hammersmith, London, England (p1)
LIVE SHOW: January 3, 1965 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: January 4, 1965 Odeon Cinema, Hammersmith, London, England (p1)
LIVE SHOW: January 5, 1965 Odeon Cinema, Hammersmith, London, England (p1)
LIVE SHOW: January 6, 1965 Odeon Cinema, Hammersmith, London, England (p1)
LIVE SHOW: January 7, 1965 Odeon Cinema, Hammersmith, London, England (p1)
LIVE SHOW: January 8, 1965 Odeon Cinema, Hammersmith, London, England (p1)
LIVE SHOW: January 9, 1965 Odeon Cinema, Hammersmith, London, England (p1)
LIVE SHOW: January 10, 1965 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: January 11, 1965 Odeon Cinema, Hammersmith, London, England (p1)
LIVE SHOW: January 12, 1965 Odeon Cinema, Hammersmith, London, England (p1)
LIVE SHOW: January 13, 1965 Odeon Cinema, Hammersmith, London, England (p1)
LIVE SHOW: January 14, 1965 Odeon Cinema, Hammersmith, London, England (p1)
LIVE SHOW: January 15, 1965 Odeon Cinema, Hammersmith, London, England (p1)
LIVE SHOW: January 16, 1965 Odeon Cinema, Hammersmith, London, England (p1)
LIVE SHOW: January 17, 1965 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: January 20, 1965 Bromel Club, Bromley Court Hotel, Bromley, Kent
LIVE SHOW: January 21, 1965 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: January 22, 1965 Marquee, London, England (p6)
LIVE SHOW: January 24, 1965 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: January 29, 1965 Marquee, London, England

LIVE SHOW: February 1, 1965 Marquee, London, England (p6)
LIVE SHOW: February 15, 1965 Marquee, London, England (p6)
LIVE SHOW: February 28, 1965 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond, Surrey

LIVE SHOW: March 3, 1965 Chinese R & Jazz Club, Corn Exchange, Bristol (Eric Clapton - last gig)
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PERSONNEL: March 4, 1965 to June 20, 1966 Lineup # 3
        Keith Relf - vocals/harp
        Jeff Beck - lead guitar
        Chris Dreja - rhythm guitar
        Paul Samwell-Smith - bass guitar
        Jim McCarty - drums

VIDEO SESSION: February ??, 1965 Richmond Jazz & Blues Festival
(This festival was normally in August.  Was this listing in error?)
(This was a live concert that was taped and later show on the Shindig)
(TV show.  This episode was called "Shindig Goes To London".)
(v2)(v6)For Your Love
(v2)(v6)Hang On Sloopy (aka: My Girl Sloopy) (funky edit in middle of song)
        I'm A Man
        I Wish You Would
        Heart Full Of Soul

LIVE SHOW: March 5, 1965 Fairfield Hall, Croydon, Surrey, England (p7)
(Jeff Beck - first gig - some sources list this as March 27, 1965)
LIVE SHOW: March 6, 1965 University Of Manchester, Manchester (may not have taken place)
LIVE SHOW: March 8, 1965 Marquee, London, England (p6)
LIVE SHOW: March 9, 1965 Grosvenor Ballroom/Borough Assembly Hall, Aylesbury
LIVE SHOW: March 10, 1965 Wolsey Hall, Cheshunt
LIVE SHOW: March 11, 1965 Thorngate Ballroom, Gosport
LIVE SHOW: March 12, 1965 Hillside Ballroom, Hereford
LIVE SHOW: March 13, 1965 Loughborough College, Loughbborough
LIVE SHOW: March 13, 1965 Twisted Wheel, Manchester
LIVE SHOW: March 14, 1965 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond Athletic Association Club House, Richmond, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: March 19, 1965 Wimbledon Palais, Wimbledon, London
LIVE SHOW: March 20, 1965 Assembly Hall, Farnborough Technical College, Farnborough

RADIO SESSION: March 20, 1965 The Saturday Club - BBC RADIO (Program 23)
(Some sources list as March 7, 1965)
(34)    I Ain't Got You
(34)    For Your Love
(34)    I'm Not Talkin'

VIDEO SESSION: 1965 Music video to promote the song (lip sync to 45)
(Everyone in the band was wearing various mideval costumes/armor)
(v2)(v6)For Your Love
        Got To Hurry

LIVE SHOW: March 23, 1965 Burton's Ballroom, Uxbridge
LIVE SHOW: March 25, 1965 Astoria Ballroom, Oldham
LIVE SHOW: March 26, 1965 Links Club, Borehamwood
LIVE SHOW: March 27, 1965 Royal Hotel, Lowestoft
LIVE SHOW: March 28, 1965 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond Athletic Association Club House, Richmond, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: March 29, 1965 Marquee, London, England (p6)
LIVE SHOW: March 30, 1965 Capitol Theatre, Aberdeen, Scotland

LIVE SHOW: April 2, 1965 Dungeon Club, Nottingham
LIVE SHOW: April 3, 1965 St. George's Ballroom, Hinckley
LIVE SHOW: April 4, 1965 Ultra Club, Downs Hotel, Hassocks
LIVE SHOW: April 5, 1965 Guildhall, Southampton
LIVE SHOW: April 8, 1965 McIlroys Ballroom, Swindon
LIVE SHOW: April 9, 1965 London Architectural Association, London
LIVE SHOW: April 10, 1965 Cambridge Corn Exchange, Cambridge
LIVE SHOW: April 11, 1965 Royal Star, Maidstone
LIVE SHOW: April 12, 1965 Manor House, Ipswich (cancelled)
LIVE SHOW: April 13, 1965 Town Hall, High Wycombe
LIVE SHOW: April 15, 1965 Cooks Ferry Inn, Edmonton
LIVE SHOW: April 16, 1965 Ricky Tick Club, Thams Hotel, Windsor, Berkshire (broacast on "Ready, Steady, Go Live!")
LIVE SHOW: April 17, 1965 Plaza Ballrooom, Owestry
LIVE SHOW: April 18, 1965 Community Centre, Southall
LIVE SHOW: April 18, 1965 Starlite Ballroom, Greenford (cancelled)
LIVE SHOW: April 19, 1965 Marque Dance Club, City Centre, Birmingham
LIVE SHOW: April 20, 1965 Grosvenor, Aylesbury (cancelled)

STUDIO SESSION: April 20, 1965 Advision Studios, London
(Some sources list these sessions as February 1965.)
(31)    Heart Full Of Soul 1:53 (sitar version)
(31)    Heart Full Of Soul 2:27
(31)    Steeled Blues 2:36

STUDIO SESSION: April 20, 1965 Advision Studios, London
(Some sources list these sessions as April and others May 1965.)
(Some sources list My Girl Sloopy as Chappell's Studios, London.)
(31)    My Girl Sloopy 5:36
(31)    I'm Not Talking 2:31
(31)    I Ain't Done Wrong 3:37

LIVE SHOW: April 21, 1965 Bromley Court Hotel, Bromley, Kent
LIVE SHOW: April 22, 1965 Lakeside Ballroom, Hendon
LIVE SHOW: April 23, 1965 King Court Hotel, Bayswater, London
LIVE SHOW: April 24, 1965 Corn Exchange, Chelmsford
LIVE SHOW: April 25, 1965 Winter Gardens, Droitwich Spa
LIVE SHOW: April 26, 1965 Marquee, London, England (p6)
LIVE SHOW: April 27, 1965 Assembly Hall, Tunbridge Wells

LIVE SHOW: April 30 - May 19, 1965 (tour with Kinks)
(standard set list for this tour)
        Too Much Monkey Business
        I Ain't Done Wrong
        I Ain't Got You
        Five Long Years
        For Your Love
        I'm A Man

LIVE SHOW: April 30, 1965 Ricky Tick Club, Guilford (cancelled)
LIVE SHOW: April 30, 1965 Adelphi Cinema, Slough (start U.K.Tour with Kinks)

LIVE SHOW: May 1, 1965 Granada Cinema, Walthamstow, London
LIVE SHOW: May 2, 1965 Odeon Cinema, Lewisham, London
LIVE SHOW: May 3, 1965 Marquee, London, England (p6)
LIVE SHOW: May 4, 1965 Guildhall, Portsmouth
LIVE SHOW: May 5, 1965 ABC Cinema, Aldershot (cancelled)
LIVE SHOW: May 6, 1965 Granada Cinema, Kingston-On-Thames
LIVE SHOW: May 7, 1965 Granada Cinema, East Ham, London
LIVE SHOW: May 8, 1965 Gaumont Cinema, Hanley, Stoke-On-Trent
LIVE SHOW: May 9, 1965 Coventry Theatre, Coventry
LIVE SHOW: May 11, 1965 Odeon Cinema, Swindon
LIVE SHOW: May 12, 1965 Odeon Cinema, Southend
LIVE SHOW: May 13, 1965 Granada Cinema, Bedford
LIVE SHOW: May 14, 1965 Granada Cinema, Tooting, London
LIVE SHOW: May 15, 1965 Winter Gardens, Bournemouth
LIVE SHOW: May 16, 1965 Gaumont Cinema, Ipswitch
LIVE SHOW: May 17, 1965 Marquee, London, England (p6)
LIVE SHOW: May 18, 1965 Gaumont Cinema, Taunton
LIVE SHOW: May 19, 1965 Capitol Cinema, Cardiff, Wales
LIVE SHOW: May 20, 1965 Gaumont Cinema, Wolverhampton
LIVE SHOW: May 21 - May 31, 1965 Scottish Tour
LIVE SHOW: May 21, 1965 Raith Ballroom, Kirkcaldy, Scotland
LIVE SHOW: May 22, 1965 City Hall, Perth, Scotland
LIVE SHOW: May 23, 1965 Top 10 Club, Palais, Dundee, Scotland
LIVE SHOW: May 24, 1965 Assembly Rooms, Wick, Scotland
LIVE SHOW: May 25, 1965 Locarno Ballroom, Montrose, Scotland
RADIO SESSION: May 26, 1965 Radio Luxembourg
LIVE SHOW: May 27, 1965 Paisley Ice Rink, Glasgow, Scotland
LIVE SHOW: May 30, 1965 New Hall, Newtongrange, Scotland
LIVE SHOW: May 31, 1965 Barrowlands, Glasgow, Scotland (cancelled)

RADIO SESSION: June 6, 1965 The Saturday Club - BBC RADIO  (Program 32)
(Some sources list as July 9, 1965)
(34)    I Wish You Would
(34)    Heart Full Of Soul
        For Your Love

LIVE SHOW: June 2, 1965 Country Club, Mudeford, Dorset
LIVE SHOW: June 4, 1965 Fender Club, Harrow, London
LIVE SHOW: June 5, 1965 Peterborough Palais, Peterborough
RADIO SESSION: June 5, 1965 Joe Loss Pop Show
VIDEO SESSION: June 5, 1965 Ready Steady Go (English TV)
LIVE SHOW: June 6, 1965 Elm Park, Romford
LIVE SHOW: June 7, 1965 Country Club, Borley
LIVE SHOW: June 8, 1965 Marquee, London, England (p6)
LIVE SHOW: June 11, 1965 Empress Ballroom, Winter Gardens, Blackpool
LIVE SHOW: June 12, 1965 Stafford Rugby Club, Stafford
LIVE SHOW: June 14, 1965 Parr Hall, Warrington
VIDEO SESSION: June 14, 1965 Scene at 6:30 (Granada TV)
LIVE SHOW: June 15, 1965 Stamford Hall, Altrincham
LIVE SHOW: June 17, 1965 Pier Pavilion, Worthing
LIVE SHOW: June 18, 1965 University of Birmingham, Birmingham
LIVE SHOW: June 19, 1965 Starlight Room, Gilderdome, Boston
VIDEO SESSION: June 19, 1965 Thank Your Lucky Stars (TV)

LIVE SHOW: June 20, 1965 Palais Des Sports, Paris, France (opened for Beatles)
LIVE SHOW: June 20, 1965 L'Olympia, Paris, France (opened for Beatles)
(33)    I Wish You Would

LIVE SHOW: June 22, 1965 Town Hall, High Wycombe
LIVE SHOW: June 23, 1965 City Hall, Salisbury
LIVE SHOW: June 24, 1965 Kave Dwellers Club, Billingham (cancelled)
LIVE SHOW: June 25, 1965 Oasis Club, Manchester (cancelled)
RADIO SESSION: June 25, 1965 Friday Spectacular - Radio Luxembourg
LIVE SHOW: June 26, 1965 Cleethorpes Memorial Hall, Cleethorpes (cancelled)
LIVE SHOW: June 26, 1965 Drill Hall, Scunthorpe
RADIO SESSION: June 26, 1965 Top Gear - BBC Radio
LIVE SHOW: June 27, 1965 Craw Daddy Club, Richmond Athletic Association Club House, Richmond, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: June 30, 1965 Corn Exchange, Bristol

LIVE SHOW: July 1, 1965 Dreamland Ballroom, Margate
LIVE SHOW: July 2, 1965 Palais, Wimbeldon
LIVE SHOW: July 3, 1965 Whitehall, East Grinstead
LIVE SHOW: July 4, 1965 Starlite Ballroom, Greenford
LIVE SHOW: July 5, 1965 Bath Pavilion, Bath
LIVE SHOW: July 6, 1965 Marquee, London, England (p6)
LIVE SHOW: July 9, 1965 Assembly Hall, Farnborough Technical College, Farnborough
VIDEO SESSION: July 9, 1965 Ready Steady Go (English TV)
LIVE SHOW: July 10, 1965 Corn Exchange, Cambridge
LIVE SHOW: July 15, 1965 Winter Gardens, Great Yarmouth
LIVE SHOW: July 16, 1965 Whaddon Football Ground, Cheltenham
LIVE SHOW: July 17, 1965 Birdcage Club, Kimbells Ballroom, Southsea, Portsmouth (Yardbirds missed show)
LIVE SHOW: July 19, 1965 Majestic Ballroom, Newcastle
LIVE SHOW: July 20, 1965 Queens Ballroom, Cleveleys
LIVE SHOW: July 21, 1965 Kinema Ballroom, Dunfermline, Scotland
LIVE SHOW: July 22, 1965 Scotland
LIVE SHOW: July 23, 1965 Scotland
LIVE SHOW: July 24, 1965 Scotland
LIVE SHOW: July 25, 1965 Guildhall, Portsmouth (cancelled)
LIVE SHOW: July 28, 1965 Floral Hall, Morecombe
LIVE SHOW: July 30, 1965 Ricky Tick, Windsor, Berkshire (without Jeff Beck)
VIDEO SESSION: July 30, 1965 Ready Steady Go (English TV)
LIVE SHOW: July 31, 1965 East Coast Festival of Jazz & Modern Music, Boating Lake Grounds, Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire

RADIO SESSION: ??????, 1965 The Saturday Club - BBC RADIO  (Program 35)
(Some sources list as July 30, 1965)
        Heart Full Of Soul
        For Your Love
(34)    I've Been Wrong (aka: I Ain't Done Wrong) (? June 1965 ?)

LIVE SHOW: August 1, 1965 Odeon, Bournemouth (cancelled)
LIVE SHOW: August 2, 1965 Savoy Ballroom, Southsea, Portsmouth
LIVE SHOW: August 5, 1965 Assembly Hall, Worthing
LIVE SHOW: August 6, 1965 5th National Jazz and Blues Festival, Richmond, England (p1) (filmed for future broadcast)
LIVE SHOW: August 7, 1965 Oasis Club, Manchesterlackpool
LIVE SHOW: August 8, 1965 North Pier Pavilion, Blackpool
VIDEO SESSION: August 13, 1965 Shindig (TV)
LIVE SHOW: August 15, 1965 Llandudno Pier, Llandudno, Wales (cancelled)

STUDIO SESSION: August 23, 1965 Advision Studios, Barnes, London
(Some sources list these sessions as February 1965)
(Some sources list as started July 1965 Olympic Studios, and completed)
(at August 23, 1965 Advision Studios.)
(31)    Still I'm Sad 2:57
(Some sources list these sessions as February and others as May 1965.)
(Whatever the case, they were probably both done at the same time for)
(a 45 release.)
(Some sources list as completed at August 23, 1965, Advision Studios)
(31)    Evil Hearted You 2:23
        Heart Full Of Soul (Italian language version)

RADIO SESSION: August 30, 1965 The Saturday Club - BBC RADIO (Program 45)
(Some sources list as October 8, 1965)
(presenter - Brian Matthews)
(34)    Too Much Monkey Business
(34)    Love Me Like I Love You
(34)    I'm A Man

LIVE SHOW: August 19 - September 1965 (American tour)
(Work permits were screwed up, so they weren't allow to play)
(on their first tour of America.)

LIVE SHOW: September 1, 1965 Convention Hall, Philadelphia, PA (cancelled)
LIVE SHOW: September 2, 1965 State Fairgrounds, Louisville, KY (cancelled)
LIVE SHOW: September 3, 1965 Oaklahoma State Fairgrounds Grandstand, Oklahoma City, OK
LIVE SHOW: September 4, 1965 VIP Club, Jaycees Hall, Phoenix, AZ
LIVE SHOW: September 5, 1965 Houston, TX (cancelled)
VIDEO SESSION: September 6, 1965 Shindig (TV) (taping)
LIVE SHOW: September 9, 1965 Bob Markley's house, Hollywood Hills, CA
LIVE SHOW: September 10, 1965 Clearpool, Memphis, TN
LIVE SHOW: September 10, 1965 Skateland Frayser, Memphis, TN
LIVE SHOW: September 11, 1965 Robinson Auditorium, Little Rock, AR
LIVE SHOW: September 16, 1965 CYO Hall, Scranton, OH (cancelled)
LIVE SHOW: September 17, 1965 The Rolling Stone, New York, NY
LIVE SHOW: September 18, 1965 Arie Crown Theater, Chicago, IL

VIDEO SESSION: September 23, 1965 (broadcast date) - Shindig (TV)
        Heart Full Of Soul

RADIO SESSION: September 27, 1965 Gadzooks - BBC Radio
VIDEO SESSION: September 28, 1965 Scene at 6:30 (Granada TV)
LIVE SHOW: September 30, 1965 Locarno Ballroom, Swindon
(some sources list this as September 30, 1965)
VIDEO SESSION: September 30, 1965 Top Of The Pops (English TV)

STUDIO SESSION: September ??, 1965 RCA Studios, Hollywood, CA
        I'm A Man (never released)
        Steeled Blues (never released)
        misc. jamming (never released)

STUDIO SESSION: September 13, 1965 Chess Studios, Chicago, IL
(Some sources list October 1965)
(31)    I'm A Man 2:33
(Some sources list the next two tracks recorded at)
(CBS Studios, NY rather than Chess Studios, IL.)
(Some sources list December 1965 at Chess Studios, Chicago, IL)
(31)    Shapes Of Things 2:35
(Some sources list January 1966 at Columbio Studios, New York, NY)
(31)    New York City Blues 4:19

STUDIO SESSION: September ??, 1965 Sun Studios, Memphis, TN
(Some sources list this as started September 12, 1965 Sam Phillips)
(Recording Service, Memphis, TN.  And finished later this same month)
(in Columbia Studios, NY.)
(31)    Mr. You're A Better Man Than I 3:17
(31)    The Train Kept A-Rollin' 3:25

RADIO SESSION: September ??, 1965 The Saturday Club-BBC RADIO (Program 49)
(Some sources list as November 5, 1965)
(34)    Evil Hearted You
(34)    Still I'm Sad
(34)    Hang On Sloopy

VIDEO SESSION: October 1, 1965 Ready Steady Go (English TV)
RADIO SESSION: October 2, 1965 Saturday Club - BBC Radio
LIVE SHOW: October 6, 1965 The Witch Doctor, Hastings
LIVE SHOW: October 7, 1965 Ricky Tick Club, Thames Hotel, Windsor
VIDEO SESSION: October 7, 1965 Top Of The Pops (English TV)
LIVE SHOW: October 8, 1965 Town Hall, Staines, Surrey
LIVE SHOW: October 9, 1965 California Ballroom, Dunstable
VIDEO SESSION: October 9, 1965 Thank Your Lucky Starts (TV)
RADIO SESSION: October 10, 1965 Easy Beat - BBC Radio
LIVE SHOW: October 11, 1965 Majestic Ballroom, Rhyl, Wales
LIVE SHOW: October 12, 1965 Marquee, London, England (p6)
LIVE SHOW: October 14, 1965 Queen's Hall, Barnstable
LIVE SHOW: October 15, 1965 Guildhall, Axminster
LIVE SHOW: October 16, 1965 Winter Gardens, Westom-super-Mare
LIVE SHOW: October 19, 1965 Trade Union Hall, Watford
LIVE SHOW: October 19, 1965 Town Hall, High Wycombe
LIVE SHOW: October 20, 1965 Town Hall, Stourbridge
LIVE SHOW: October 21, 1965 Winter Garden, Cleethorpes
LIVE SHOW: October 22, 1965 Marine Ballroom, Central Pier, Morecambe
LIVE SHOW: October 23, 1965 Student Union, University of Leeds, Leeds
LIVE SHOW: October 24, 1965 Oasis Club, Manchester
LIVE SHOW: October 25, 1965 Queen's Ballroom, Wolverhampton
LIVE SHOW: October 26, 1965 Sherwood Rooms, Nottingham
VIDEO SESSION: October 28, 1965 Top Of The Pops (English TV)
VIDEO SESSION: October 29, 1965 Ready Steady Go (English TV)
LIVE SHOW: October 30, 1965 Baths, Leyton

LIVE SHOW: November 1, 1965 Bath Pavillion, Bath
LIVE SHOW: November 2, 1965 Floral Hall, Gorleston
LIVE SHOW: November 3, 1965 Orchid Ballroom, Croydon, England (p7)
LIVE SHOW: November 3, 1965 Orchid Ballroom, Purley, England
LIVE SHOW: November 5, 1965 ABC Theatre, Cleethorpes
LIVE SHOW: November 6, 1965 Marcam Hall, March
LIVE SHOW: November 8, 1965 Baths, Eltham, London
LIVE SHOW: November 9, 1965 K-52, Frankfort. West Germany
LIVE SHOW: November 10, 1965 Frankfort
LIVE SHOW: November 11, 1965 Munich
LIVE SHOW: November 12, 1965 The Big Apple, Munich, West Germany (recorded for a live album)
LIVE SHOW: November 13, 1965 Brussels
LIVE SHOW: November 14, 1965 Brussels
LIVE SHOW: November 15, 1965 Colston Hall, Bristol (cancelled)
LIVE SHOW: November 17, 1965 Locarno Ballroom, Stevenago
LIVE SHOW: November 18, 1965 ABC Cinema, Stockton (start of UK tour w/Manfred Mann, ...)
LIVE SHOW: November 19, 1965 ABC Cinema, Chesterfield
LIVE SHOW: November 20, 1965 Gaumont Cinema, Derby
LIVE SHOW: November 22, 1965 Gaumont Cinema, Bradford
LIVE SHOW: November 23, 1965 Ritz Theatre, Luton
LIVE SHOW: November 24, 1965 Ritz Theatre, Chatham
LIVE SHOW: November 25, 1965 ABC Cinema, Cambridge
LIVE SHOW: November 26, 1965 ABC Cinema, Southampton
LIVE SHOW: November 27, 1965 Granada Cinema, East Ham, London
LIVE SHOW: November 28, 1965 Coventry Theater, Coventry
LIVE SHOW: November 29, 1965 ABC Cinema, Northampton
LIVE SHOW: November 30, 1965 Guildhall, Portsmouth

RADIO SESSION: December ??, 1965 The Saturday Club - BBC RADIO (Program 62)
(Some sources list as February 4, 1966)
(34)    Smokestack Lightning
(34)    Mr. You're A Better Man Than I
(34)    Train Kept A Rollin'

LIVE SHOW: December 2, 1965 Granada Cinema, Bedford
LIVE SHOW: December 3, 1965 Colson Hall, Bristol
LIVE SHOW: December 4, 1965 ABC Cinema, Plymouth
LIVE SHOW: December 5, 1965 ABC Cinema, Exeter
LIVE SHOW: December 6, 1965 Adelphi Cinema, Slough (end U.K.Tour)
LIVE SHOW: December 8, 1965 Radio Caroline Club Ball, New Brighton Tower Hall, Liverpool
(2nd american tour - but first where they were allowed to play)
LIVE SHOW: December 11, 1965 Arie Crown Theater, Chicago, IL
LIVE SHOW: December 11, 1965 Rock River Roller Palace, Rockford, IL
LIVE SHOW: December 12, 1965 IMA Auditorium, Flint, MI
LIVE SHOW: December 15, 1965 Renfro's Euphoria, Kansas
LIVE SHOW: December 17, 1965 midwest high school  (details unknown)
LIVE SHOW: December 18, 1965 Danceland Ballroom, Cedar Rapids, IA (2 shows)
LIVE SHOW: December 19, 1965 Surf of the Four Seasons Ballroom, Clear Lake, IA
LIVE SHOW: December 22, 1965 Thumbs Up Club, Chicago, IL
LIVE SHOW: December 22, 1965 City Auditorium, Denver, Colorado (cancelled)
LIVE SHOW: December 23, 1965 Alexandria Roller Rink, Alexandria, VA
LIVE SHOW: December 24, 1965 Pueblo, Colorado (cancelled)
LIVE SHOW: December 25, 1965 The Peppermint Stick, Wheatfield, NY (2 shows)
LIVE SHOW: December 26, 1965 Daniel's Den, Saginaw, MI (replaced show at Municipal Auditoriuym, San Angelo, TX)
LIVE SHOW: December 27, 1965 Will Rogers Memorial Coliseum, Fort Worth, Texas
LIVE SHOW: December 28, 1965 Pittsburgh Civic Arena, Pittsburgh, PA
LIVE SHOW: December 30, 1965 Chico Teen Center, Silver Dollar Fairground, Chico, CA
LIVE SHOW: December 30, 1965 Skateland, Marysville, CA
LIVE SHOW: December 31, 1965 University of Puget Sound Fieldhouse, Tacoma, Washington
LIVE SHOW: December 31, 1965 Evergreen Ballroom, Olympia, Washington

VIDEO SESSION: 1965 Shindig (TV)
(This was a live in studio performance, complete with go go dancers,)
(funky colorization, and cut off before they could finish the song)
    (v6)I Wish You Would
    (v6)For Your Love
    (v6)Heart Full Of Soul
(v2)(v6)I'm A Man

VIDEO SESSION: 1965 (Shindig or Dutch TV or ???)
(Keith Relf is wearing sunglasses.  This was a live in studio show.)
(v2)    I Wish You Would
(v2)    For Your Love     (timing clock on screen)
(v2)    Heart Full Of Soul  (timing clock on screen)

VIDEO SESSION: 1965 Shivaree (TV) (w/go go dancers) (lip sync to songs)
(v2)(v6)Heart Full Of Soul
(v2)(v6)I'm A Man

VIDEO SESSION: 1965 (Belgium TV)
(Interview with bandmembers offscreen talking over songs)(lip sync to songs)
(v2)    For Your Love (promo video)
(v2)    Still I'm Sad
(v1)    For Your Love (fragment on commercial release)

RADIO SESSION: various dates (1965) - BBC RADIO
        Mr. You're A Better man Than I (Saturday Club)
        Five On Board
        Hushabye 
        Spoonful
        The Stumble (Saturday Club)
        I've Been Trying (Saturday Club)
        Dust My Blues (Saturday Club)
        Steeled Blues
        Louise

STUDIO SESSION: 2/66 (released date-recording date/location unknown)
(Some sources list December 1965 at Columbia Studios, Hollywood, CA)
(This was the Yardbirds, but Jeff Beck refused to play on these tracks.)
(31)    Questa Volta 2:32
(31)    Pafff...Bum 2:26 (take 1)
(31)    Pafff...Bum 2:36 (take 2)

LIVE SHOW: January 1, 1966 Seattle Center Coliseum, Seattle, WA
LIVE SHOW: January 4, 1966 Kim Fowley's house, Hollywood, CA (private party)
LIVE SHOW: January 5, 1966 The Hullabaloo, Hollywood, CA
LIVE SHOW: January 6, 1966 The Hullabaloo, Hollywood, CA
LIVE SHOW: January 7, 1966 The Hullabaloo, Hollywood, CA
LIVE SHOW: January 8, 1966 Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento, CA
LIVE SHOW: January 9, 1966 The Hullabaloo, Hollywood, CA
LIVE SHOW: January 15, 1966 Eudowood Gardens, Baltimore, MD
LIVE SHOW: January 15, 1966 Annapolis National Guard Armory, Annapolis, MD
LIVE SHOW: January 21, 1966 Valparaiso Armory, Valparaiso, IN
LIVE SHOW: January 22, 1966 Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, IL
LIVE SHOW: January 25, 1966 (end of U.S.Tour)
LIVE SHOW: January 28, 1966 16th Festival of Italian Songs, Casino Municipale, San Remo, Italy
LIVE SHOW: January 29, 1966 16th Festival of Italian Songs, Casino Municipale, San Remo, Italy
        Questa Volta
        Pafff...Bum

RADIO SESSION: February ??, 1966 The Saturday Club - BBC RADIO (Program 71)
(Some sources list as April 8, 1966)
(34)    Shapes Of Things
(34)    Dust My Blues
        Mr. You're A Better Man Than I

LIVE SHOW: February 4, 1966 Golf Drouot, Paris, France
LIVE SHOW: February 5, 1966 Palace de la Mutualite, Paris, France
LIVE SHOW: February 19, 1966 Baths Hall, Scunthorpe
LIVE SHOW: February 25, 1966 Iron curtain Club, St. Mary Cray, London

LIVE SHOW: March 5, 1966 Corn Exchange, Cambridge
LIVE SHOW: March 7, 1966 Town Hall, Chatham
LIVE SHOW: March 9, 1966 Corn Exchange, Bristol
LIVE SHOW: March 11, 1966 Ricky Tick Club, Staines
LIVE SHOW: March 12, 1966 St. George's Ballroom, Hinckley
LIVE SHOW: March 14, 1966 Bath Pavilion, Bath
LIVE SHOW: March 15, 1966 Marquee, London, England (p6) (plus: Eric Clapton)
LIVE SHOW: March 18, 1966 Top Rank Ballroom, Brighton (cancelled)
LIVE SHOW: March 19, 1966 Jigsaw Club, Manchester
LIVE SHOW: March 21, 1966 Queen's Ballroom, Wolverhampton
LIVE SHOW: March 22, 1966 Winter Gardens, Malvern
LIVE SHOW: March 23, 1966 Majestic Ballroom, Leeds
LIVE SHOW: March 24, 1966 Victoria Ballroom, Chesterfield
LIVE SHOW: March 26, 1966 Imperial Ballroom, Nelson

VIDEO SESSION: April 1, 1966 Ready Steady Allez! (French TV), La Locomotive Club, Place Blanche, Paris, France (pe)
LIVE SHOW: April 2, 1966 France
LIVE SHOW: April 3, 1966 L'Omnibus Marseilles, France (Jeff Beck collapses on stage)
LIVE SHOW: April 6, 1966 Denmark (without Jeff Beck)
LIVE SHOW: April 7, 1966 K.B.Hallen, Copenhagen, Denmark (without Jeff Beck)
LIVE SHOW: April 7, 1966 Fyns Forum, Odense, Denmark (without Jeff Beck)
LIVE SHOW: April 9, 1966 Rhodes Centre, Bishop's Stortford (cancelled)
LIVE SHOW: April 10, 1966 Agincourt Ballroom, Camberley (cancelled)
LIVE SHOW: April 11, 1966 Het Hartwenes Festival, Concertgebouw, Haarlem, Holland (without Jeff Beck)
LIVE SHOW: April 16, 1966 Floral Hall, Southport (Jeff Beck returns)
LIVE SHOW: April 17, 1966 Cosmopolitan Club, Carlisle
LIVE SHOW: April 21, 1966 Pier Pavilion, Worthing (replaces show at City Hall, Salisbury)
LIVE SHOW: April 22, 1966 Palais, Wimbledon
LIVE SHOW: April 23, 1966 Student Union, University of Bristol, Bristol
LIVE SHOW: April 25, 1966 Silver Blades Ice Rink, Birmingham
LIVE SHOW: April 26, 1966 Town Hall, Crayford
LIVE SHOW: April 27, 1966 Locarno Ballroom, Stevenage
LIVE SHOW: April 29, 1966 Manchester Technical College, Manchester
LIVE SHOW: April 30, 1966 California Ballroom, Dunstable
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Eye View Of Beat (LP)
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STUDIO SESSION: March & April 1966 Advision, London - Eye View Of Beat (LP)
(Because of management changes, this album was never finished.)
(However, they did keep working with some of these tracks, which)
(eventually ended up on the Over Under Sideways Down LP.)
(31)    Jeff's Blues 3:02 (take 1)
(31)    Jeff's Blues 3:06 (take 2)
(31)    Someone To Love 2:15 (part 1-take 2) (instrumental)
(31)    Someone To Love 2:13 (part 1-take 4) (instrumental)
(31)    Someone To Love 2:04 (part 1-take 14) (instrumental)
(31)    Someone To Love 2:22 (part 1-take 15) (w/vocals)
(31)    Someone To Love 4:16 (part 2)
(31)    Like Jimmy Reed Again 3:06
(31)    Chris' Number 2:38
(31)    Pounds And Stomps 2:43 (XYZ)
(31)    Pounds And Stomps 2:28
(31)    What Do You Want 3:45 (take 1)
(31)    What Do You Want 3:29 (take 2)
(31)    What Do You Want 3:37 (take 3)
(31)    What Do You Want 3:09 (take 4)
(31)    Here 'Tis 4:04 (recorded for Ready Steady Go)
(31)    Here 'Tis 3:48 (instrumental)
(31)    Crimson Curtain 2:45

LIVE SHOW: May 1, 1966 NME Poll Winners' Concert, Empire Pool, Wembley, London, England (pa)
VIDEO SESSION: May 1, 1966 New Musical Express Poll Winners Concert (NME)
(May 1, 1966 New Music Express (NME) Poll Winners Concert, Empire Pool, Wembley, London, England)
(recorded: May 1, 1966 broadcast on TV: May 8 and May 15, 1966.)
(v2)(v6)Train Kept A Rollin'
(v2)(v6)Shapes Of Things
        I Wish You Would

RADIO SESSION: May ??, 1966 BBC RADIO
LIVE SHOW: May 3, 1966 Marquee, London, England (p6)
LIVE SHOW: May 4, 1966 Top Rank Suite, Southampton
LIVE SHOW: May 7, 1966 Holland (cancelled)
LIVE SHOW: May 8, 1966 Holland (cancelled)
LIVE SHOW: May 9, 1966 Holland (cancelled)
LIVE SHOW: May 10, 1966 Town Hall, High Wycombe
LIVE SHOW: May 12, 1966 Ritz Entertainmnet Club, Skewen, Wales
LIVE SHOW: May 13, 1966 Regal Ballroom, Ammanford, Wales
LIVE SHOW: May 14, 1966 Pavilion Gardens Ballroom, Buxton
LIVE SHOW: May 15, 1966 Birmingham Theatre, Birmingham
LIVE SHOW: May 25, 1966 Top Rank Suite, Doncaster
LIVE SHOW: May 26, 1966 Locarno Ballroom, Bristol
LIVE SHOW: May 27, 1966 Bluesville Club, Manor House, London (replacing show at Mecca Gaiety Ballroom, Grimsby)
LIVE SHOW: May 28, 1966 Dreamland Ballroom, Margate
LIVE SHOW: May 29, 1966 Wolu-City 2, Kentucky Place, Woluwe-St-Lambert, Belgium
LIVE SHOW: May 30, 1966 Top Pop Festival, Lincoln City Football Club, Sincil Bank
        (?)
LIVE SHOW: May 30, 1966 Whit Monday Pop Gala Festival, Sincil Bank Football Ground, Lincoln, England (pe)
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Roger The Engineer (LP)
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GRAPHIC IMAGE 'Roger The Engineer - album cover'
STUDIO SESSION: Spring 1966 Advision, London - Roger The Engineer (LP)
(aka: "Over Under Sideways Down")( May 31, 1966 - June 4, 1966)
(Mono album has different mixes, and guitar parts than the stereo version.)
(39)    Lost Woman 3:12
(39)    Over, Under, Sideways, Down 2:21 (4/18/66-4/19/66)
(39)    The Nazz Are Blue 3:01
(39)    I Can't Make Your Way 2:22
(39)    Rack My Mind 3:12
(39)    Farewell 1:28
(39)    Hot House of Omagararshid 2:35
(39)    Jeff's Boogie 2:22 (4/18/66-4/19/66)
(39)    He's Always There 2:12
(39)    Turn Into Earth 3:03
(39)    What Do You Want 3:25
(39)    Ever Since The World Began 2:05

VIDEO SESSION: May 1966-Where The Action Is (American TV) (Dick Clark) (lip sync to songs)
(v2)(v6)Shapes Of Things (timing clock on screen)
(v2)(v6)I Wish You Would (timing clock on screen)
(v2)(v6)Mr. You're A Better Man Than I (timing clock on screen)
        For Your Love
        I'm Not Talking
        Heart Full Of Soul

RADIO SESSION: June 5, 1966 The Saturday Club - BBC RADIO (Program 81)
(Some sources list as June 17, 1966, or May 6, 1966)
(34)    Scratch My Back
(34)    Over Under Sideways Down
(34)    The Sun Is Shining
(34)    Shapes Of Things

VIDEO SESSION: June 1966 Hullabaloo A Go Go (TV) (w/go go dancers) (lip sync to songs)
(Some sources list this as 1965)
(v2)(v6)I'm A Man

LIVE SHOW: June 4, 1966 Middlesex Borough College, Isleworth
LIVE SHOW: June 9, 1966 Ram Jam club, Brixton (cancelled)
LIVE SHOW: June 10, 1966 Ricky Tick club, Thames Hotel, Windwor
LIVE SHOW: June 11, 1966 Blues Festival, Zambesi Club, Hounslow
LIVE SHOW: June 12, 1966 Starlite Ballroom, Greenford
LIVE SHOW: June 13, 1966 Gay Tower Ballroom, Birmingham
LIVE SHOW: June 16, 1966 City Hall, Salisbury
LIVE SHOW: June 17, 1966 Corn Exchange, Newbury
LIVE SHOW: June 18, 1966 May Ball, The Queens College, Oxford University, Oxford (Paul Samwell-Smiths last show)
LIVE SHOW: June 19, 1966 Ultra Club, Downs Hotel, Hassocks (cancelled)

VIDEO SESSION: 1966 It's A Mod Mod World (lip sync to songs)
(v2)    Over Under Sideways Down (timing clock on screen) (small tape glitch)
(v2)    Turn To Earth (timing clock on screen)

RADIO SESSION: (bootleg tape) various dates (dates unknown) - BBC RADIO
        Five On Board
        Hushabye (Keith Relf solo acoustic number at Yardbirds session)
        I'm A Man
        Steeled Blues
        I'm Not Talking
        I Ain't Done Wrong
        Louise
        I've Been Trying (Saturday Club)
        Dust My Blues (Saturday Club)
        Shapes Of Things
        I Ain't Got You (Top Gear)
        Heartful Of Soul
        Jeff's Boogie
        I'm A Man (Ready Steady Go ?)
        I Wish You Would
        Love Me Like I Love You
        Too much Monkey Business
        My Girl Sloopy
        Evil Hearted You
        The Stumble (Saturday Club)
        Still I'm Sad
        Mr. You're A Better Man Than I
        The Sun Is Shining
        Over Under Sidways Down
        Scratch My Back
        Shapes Of Things
        Jeff's Boogie
        Train Kept A Rollin
        Mr. You're A Better Man Than I (Saturday Club)
        Smokestack Lightning (Jimmy Page on bass)
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JEFF BECK and JIMMY PAGE
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GRAPHIC IMAGE 'Band Photo with Beck and Page'
PERSONNEL: June 21, 1966 to November 1966 Lineup # 4
The intent was dualing lead guitars.  Jimmy would come in on bass.
Give Chris a bit of time to learn bass.  And then Jimmy would switch
to lead.  It didn't last very long.

Jeff started missing shows during this period.  So instead of 2 guitars,
they ended up with just one (Jimmy Page) when Jeff Beck finally quit.
        Keith Relf - vocals/harp        Keith Relf - vocals/harp
        Jeff Beck - lead guitar         Jeff Beck - lead guitar
        Chris Dreja - rhythm guitar     Jimmy Page - lead guitar
        Jimmy Page - bass guitar        Chris Dreja - bass guitar
        Jim McCarty - drums             Jim McCarty - drums

LIVE SHOW: June 21, 1966 Marquee, London, England (p6) (Jimmy Page's first show)
LIVE SHOW: June 23, 1966 Mecca Palais, Ashton-under-Lyne
LIVE SHOW: June 24, 1966 June Ball '66, University of Durham, Durham
LIVE SHOW: June 25, 1966 Palais de Danse, Bury
LIVE SHOW: June 26, 1966 Le Weekend Club, Paris, France
LIVE SHOW: June 27, 1966 Provins Rock Festival, Tour de Cesar, Provins, France
LIVE SHOW: June 29, 1966 Bromley Court Hotel, Bromley

LIVE SHOW: July 1, 1966 Chiselhurst Caves, Chiselhurst
LIVE SHOW: July 2, 1966 Ram Jam club, Brixton, London
LIVE SHOW: July 3, 1966 North Pier Pavilion, Blackpool
LIVE SHOW: July 5, 1966 Winter Gardens, Malvern
LIVE SHOW: July 7, 1966 Town Hall, Elgin, Scotland
LIVE SHOW: July 8, 1966 Raith Ballroom, Kirkcaldy, Scotland
LIVE SHOW: July 9, 1966 Bass Recreation Grounds, Derby
LIVE SHOW: July 10, 1966 Pier Pavilion, Hastings
LIVE SHOW: July 14, 1966 Town Hall, Kidderminster
LIVE SHOW: July 15, 1966 Palais De Danse, Cowdenbeath, Scotland
LIVE SHOW: July 15, 1966 City Hall, Perth, Scotland
LIVE SHOW: July 16, 1966 Ice Rink, Ayr, Scotland
LIVE SHOW: July 17, 1966 Victoria Ballroom, Dunbar, Scotland
LIVE SHOW: July 20, 1966 Town Hall, Stourbridge
LIVE SHOW: July 21, 1966 Assembly Rooms, Worthing
LIVE SHOW: July 23, 1966 Co-op Hall, Gravesend
LIVE SHOW: July 25, 1966 Bath Pavilion, Bath
LIVE SHOW: July 28, 1966 Palace Theatre, Douglas, Isle Of Man (cancelled)
LIVE SHOW: July 30, 1966 6th National Jazz and Blues Festival, Royal Windsor Racecourse, Windsor, Berkshire, England (pa)
(Yardbirds did NOT perform)

STUDIO SESSION: Summer (July) 1966 IBC Studios, London
(Although these tracks were not recorded for the Over Under Sideways Down)
(album, they do show up on the reissues because they were recorded while)
(they had the same manager as those sessions.)
(39)    Happenings Ten Years Time Ago 2:54

STUDIO SESSION: Summer (July) 1966 Advision Studios, London
(Although these tracks were not recorded for the Over Under Sideways Down)
(album, they do show up on the reissues because they were recorded while)
(they had the same manager as those sessions.)
(39)    Psycho Daisies 1:45

LIVE SHOW: August 5, 1966 Dayton's Auditorium, Minneapolis, MN (2 shows)
LIVE SHOW: August 6, 1966 Civic Opera House, Chicago, IL
LIVE SHOW: August 7, 1966 Maple Lake Pavilion, Mentor, MN
LIVE SHOW: August 8, 1966 Detroit Lake Pavilion, Detroit Lakes, MN
LIVE SHOW: August 9, 1966 Roof Garden Ballroom, Arnolds Park, IA
LIVE SHOW: August 10, 1966 Green's Pavilion, Lakeview Park, Manitou Beach, MI
LIVE SHOW: August 12, 1966 Indiana Beach Ballroom, Monticello, IN
LIVE SHOW: August 12, 1966 Cold Spring Resort, Hamilton, IN
LIVE SHOW: August 13, 1966 Checkmate Young Adult Club, Amarillo, TX
LIVE SHOW: August 14, 1966 4-H Building, State Fairgrounds, Great Falls, MT
LIVE SHOW: August 16, 1966 Hal-Baby's, Denver, CO
LIVE SHOW: August 17, 1966 J.P.'s Palace, Sante Fe, NM
LIVE SHOW: August 18, 1966 Tulsa Assembly Center Exhibit Hall, Tulsa, OK (Keith sick, so McCarty sang)
LIVE SHOW: August 19, 1966 Wedgewood Amusement Park, Oaklahoma City, OK
LIVE SHOW: August 20, 1966 Wedgewood Amusement Park, Oaklahoma City, OK
LIVE SHOW: August 21, 1966 Thrift City on Speedway, Tucson, AZ

VIDEO SESSION: August 22, 1966 Where The Action Is - American T.V.
(Another source lists this as May ??, 1966)
(v2)    I Wish You Would
(v2)    Mr. You're A Better Man Than I
        For Your Love
        I'm Not Talking
        Heart Full Of Soul
        I Wish You Would

LIVE SHOW: August 23, 1966 Casino Ballroom, Avalon, Catalina Island, CA
LIVE SHOW: August 24, 1966 Monterey County Fairgrounds, Monterey, CA (cancelled)
LIVE SHOW: August 25, 1966 Carousel Ballroom, San Francisco, CA (p1) (without Jeff Beck)
LIVE SHOW: August 26, 1966 Rollarena, San Leandro, CA (p1)
LIVE SHOW: August 27, 1966 Earl Warren Showgrounds, Santa Barbara, CA
LIVE SHOW: August 27, 1966 Ventura High School Auditorium, Santa Barbara, CA
LIVE SHOW: August 28, 1966 Convention Hall, San Diego, CA (cancelled)
LIVE SHOW: August 30, 1966 San Jose Civic Auditorium, San Jose, CA
LIVE SHOW: August 31, 1966 Rose Garden Ballroom, Pismo Beach, CA

LIVE SHOW: August/September ??, 1966 Indiana
LIVE SHOW: August/September ??, 1966 Whiskey A Go Go, Los Angeles, CA

LIVE SHOW: September 1, 1966 Civic Auditorium, Stockton, CA
LIVE SHOW: September ?, 1966 (labor day weekend) Potters Hut, Ruidoso, New Mexico
September 2, 1966, Jeff Beck enters hospital, Jimmy Page continues on without him.
LIVE SHOW: September 3, 1966 Salem Armory-Auditorium (Oregon State Fair), Salem, OR
LIVE SHOW: September 4, 1966 HIC Exhibition Hall, Honolulu, Hawaii
LIVE SHOW: September 7, 1966 Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA MD (without Jeff Beck)
LIVE SHOW: September 9, 1966 Alexandria Roller Rink, Alexandria, VA (without Jeff Beck)
LIVE SHOW: September 10, 1966 Baltimore Civic Center, Baltimore, MD (without Jeff Beck)
LIVE SHOW: September 11, 1966 Baltimore Civic Center, Baltimore, MD (cancelled)
LIVE SHOW: September 23, 1966 Royal Albert Hall, London (2 shows)
LIVE SHOW: September 24, 1966 Odeon Theatre, Leeds, Yorkshire (2 shows)
LIVE SHOW: September 25, 1966 Empire Theater, Liverpool (2 shows)
LIVE SHOW: September 28, 1966 ABC Theatre, Ardwick, Manchester (2 shows)
LIVE SHOW: September 29, 1966 ABC Theatre, Stockton (2 shows)
LIVE SHOW: September 30, 1966 Odeon Theatre, Glasgow, Scotland (2 shows)

STUDIO SESSION: September 1966 Advision Studios, London
(Some sources list this as October 1966, December 1966)
(31)    Stroll On 2:43

VIDEO SESSION: September 1966 Blow Up (movie) (lip sync to songs)
(Some sources list this as October 1966)
(v2)(v5)(v6)Stroll On

LIVE SHOW: October 1, 1966 City Hall, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne (2 shows)
LIVE SHOW: October 2, 1966 Gaumont Theatre, Ipswich, Suffolk (2 shows)
LIVE SHOW: October 6, 1966 Odeon Theatre, Birmingham, Staffordshire (2 shows)
LIVE SHOW: October 7, 1966 Colston Hall, Bristol (2 shows)
LIVE SHOW: October 8, 1966 Capitol, Cardiff, Wales (2 shows)
LIVE SHOW: October 9, 1966 Gaumont Theatre, Southampton (2 shows)
LIVE SHOW: October 14, 1966 Elstree Film Studios, Borehamwood, North London
           (for crew after filming wrapped up for Blow Up)

STUDIO SESSION: October 19-20, 1966, New York
(32)    Great Shakes (U.S. commercial)

LIVE SHOW: ? October 21, 1966 Bridgeport, Conn ?
LIVE SHOW: October 21, 1966 The Comic Strip, Worcester, MA
LIVE SHOW: October 22, 1966 Staples High School Auditorium, Westport, CT
LIVE SHOW: October 23, 1966 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (p2)

TOUR: October  28, 1966 - November 27, 1966 (normally 2 shows per night)
LIVE SHOW: October 28, 1966 Tri-State Fairgrounds Coliseum, Amarillo, TX (cancelled)
LIVE SHOW: October 29, 1966 Dallas Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, TX
LIVE SHOW: October 30, 1966 Harlingen Civic Auditorium, Harlingen, TX
LIVE SHOW: October 30, 1966 Memorial Coliseum, Corpus Christi, TX (Jeff Beck left band after this show)
LIVE SHOW: October 31, 1966 Municipal Auditorium, Beaumont, TX (2 shows)

VIDEO SESSION: November 11, 1966 ? Milton Berle Show or Clay Cole Show? (TV)
(Some sources list this as October 1966 Milton Berle Show)
(One source listed this as 1967 but unlikely if Jimmy Page was on bass.)
(Although it could have been played much later after being recorded.)
(v2)    Happenings Ten Years Time Ago

LIVE SHOW: November 1, 1966 Parrish Coliseum, Louisiana State University, Alexandria, LA
LIVE SHOW: November 2, 1966 Southern State College Field House, Magnolia, AR 
LIVE SHOW: November 3, 1966 Decatur High School Auditorium, Decatur, AL
LIVE SHOW: November 4, 1966 Barton Coliseum, Little Rock, AR (cancelled)
LIVE SHOW: November 5, 1966 Memorial Building Auditorium, Kansas City, KS
LIVE SHOW: November 6, 1966 Bartlesville Civic Center, Bartlesville, OK
LIVE SHOW: November 6, 1966 Tulsa Assembly Center Arena, Tulsa, OK
LIVE SHOW: November 7, 1966 Chanute Auditorium, Chanute, KS
LIVE SHOW: November 8, 1966 RKO Orpheum Theater, Davenport, Iowa
LIVE SHOW: November 9, 1966 Memorial Field House, Indiana State University Terre Haute, IN
LIVE SHOW: November 10, 1966 Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis, MO
LIVE SHOW: November 11, 1966 Indiana Fairgrounds Coliseum, Indianapolis, IN
LIVE SHOW: November 12, 1966 Akron Civic Center, Akron, OH
LIVE SHOW: November 12, 1966 Grover Center, Ohio University, Athens, OH
LIVE SHOW: November 13, 1966 Baltimore Civic Center Arena, Baltimore, MD
LIVE SHOW: November 14, 1966 Paintsville High School Gymnasium, Paintsville, KY
LIVE SHOW: November 15, 1966 Diddle Arena, University of Western Kentucky, Bowling Green, KY
LIVE SHOW: November 16, 1966 Memorial Gymnasium, Tennessee Technological University, Cookeville, TN
LIVE SHOW: November 17, 1966 Field House, University of Tennessee, Martin, TN
LIVE SHOW: November 18, 1966 Michigan State Fair Coliseum, Detroit, MI
LIVE SHOW: November 19, 1966 Michigan State Fair Coliseum, Detroit, MI
LIVE SHOW: November 20, 1966 Michigan State Fair Coliseum, Detroit, MI
LIVE SHOW: November 21, 1966 Richmond Civic Hall, Richmond, IN
LIVE SHOW: November 22, 1966 Pittsburgh Civic Arena, Pittsburgh, PA
LIVE SHOW: November 23, 1966 Pittsburgh Civic Arena, Pittsburgh, PA
LIVE SHOW: November 24, 1966 Raleigh County Armory, Beckley, WV (cancelled)
LIVE SHOW: November 24, 1966 Charleston Civic Center, Charleston, WV (cancelled)
LIVE SHOW: November 25, 1966 Memorial Coliseum, Winston-Salem, NC (cancelled)
LIVE SHOW: November 26, 1966 Washington Coliseum, Washington, D.C. (2 shows)
LIVE SHOW: November 27, 1966 Cabell County Memorial Field House, Hunting, WV
LIVE SHOW: November 27, 1966 end of Dick Clark 4 week tour
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PERSONNEL: November 1966 to July 1968 Lineup # 5
        Keith Relf - vocals/harp
        Jimmy Page - lead guitar
        Chris Dreja - bass guitar
        Jim McCarty - drums

LIVE SHOW: December 2, 1966 Union Ballroom, Baldwin-Wallace College,  Berea, OH
LIVE SHOW: ? December 3, 1966 Locomotive Club, Paris ?
LIVE SHOW: December 4, 1966 Springbrook Gardens Teen Club, Lima, OH (2 shows)
LIVE SHOW: December 10, 1966 Bristol University, Bristol
LIVE SHOW: December 13, 1966 Abbeysworth University, Abbeysworth
LIVE SHOW: December 15, 1966 Hull University, Hull

STUDIO SESSION: December 22, 1966
(32)    You Stole My Love
(36)    You Stole My Love (take 5) (15 versions of backing track recorded)
(32)    L.S.D.

LIVE SHOW: ? December 23, 1966 Wembley Studios, Northwest London ?

LIVE TOUR: December 26, 1966 (America - 8 day tour)
LIVE TOUR: December 27, 1966 The Fifth Dimension, Ann Arbor, MI (2 shows)
LIVE SHOW: December 28, 1966 Expo Gardens Youth Building, Peoria, Il (2 shows) (Keith sick, so McCarty sings)

RADIO SESSION: various dates (1966) - BBC RADIO
        Jeff's Boogie # 1
        Jeff's Boogie # 2
        Happenings Ten Years Time Ago
        Smokestack Lightning (Beck on guitar, Page on bass)

LIVE SHOW: January 6, 1967 Denmark
LIVE SHOW: January 7, 1967 Denmark
LIVE SHOW: January 8, 1967 Denmark
LIVE SHOW: January 17, 1967 National Theatre, Singapore
LIVE SHOW: January 21, 1967 Sydney Stadium, Sydney, Australia (2 shows)
LIVE SHOW: January 23, 1967 Sydney Stadium, Sydney, Australia (2 shows)
LIVE SHOW: January 25, 1967 Centennial Hall, Adelaide, Australia (2 shows)
LIVE SHOW: January 26, 1967 Festival Hall, Melbourne, Australia (2 shows)
LIVE SHOW: January 27, 1967 Festival Hall, Melbourne, Australia (2 shows)
LIVE SHOW: January 28, 1967 Festival Hall, Brisbane, Australia (2 shows)
LIVE SHOW: January 30, 1967 Theatre Royal, Christchurch, South Island, New Zealand (2 shows)
LIVE SHOW: January 31, 1967 Town Hall, Cuba Street, Wellington, New Zealand (2 shows)

LIVE SHOW: February 1, 1967 Founders Theatre, Hamilton, North Island, New Zealand (2 shows)
LIVE SHOW: February 2, 1967 Town Hall, Queen Street, Auckland, New Zealand (2 shows)

STUDIO SESSION: March 5, 1967
(32)    Little Games
(32)    Puzzles

LIVE SHOW: March 9, 1967 Radio Caroline club, Paris, France

VIDEO SESSION: March 15, 1967 Beat Beat Beat (German TV)
Offenbach Stadthalle, Offenbach, Germany
(v2)(31)(40)(v4)(v6)(36)Shapes Of Things 2:18
(v2)    (40)(v4)(v6)(36)Happenings Ten Years Time Ago 2:23
(v2)    (40)(v4)(v6)(36)Over Under Sideways Down 2:12
(v2)(31)(40)(v4)(v6)(36)I'm A Man 5:45

RADIO SESSION: March 17, 1967 The Saturday Club - BBC RADIO (Program 128)
(Some sources list as May 12, 1967)
(34)    Most Likely You'll Go Your Way (I'll Go Mine)
(34)    Little Games
(34)    Drinking Muddy Water

RADIO SESSION: April 4, 1967 Stockholm, Sweden (? Radio ZY4)
(37)    Shapes Of Things
(37)    Heart Full Of Soul
(37)    Mr. You're A Better Man Than I
(37)    Most Likely You Go Your Way (and I'll Go Mine)
(37)    Over, Under, Sideways, Down
(37)    Little Games
(37)    My Baby
(37)    I'm A Man

LIVE SHOW: April 13, 1967 Boom, Arhus, Denmark
LIVE SHOW: April 14, 1967 Teatersalen, Fredericia, Denmark
LIVE SHOW: April 14, 1967 Vesterhavshallen, Ringkjobing, Denmark
LIVE SHOW: April 15, 1967 Holtenhallen, Holte, Denmark
LIVE SHOW: April 15, 1967 Norregardsskolen, Brondby, Denmark
LIVE SHOW: April 15, 1967 Balleruphallen, Ballerup, Denmark
LIVE SHOW: April 16, 1967 Reventlowparken, Lolland, Denmark

RADIO SESSION: April 17, 1967 The Saturday Club - BBC RADIO
        Most Likely You'll Go Your Way (I'll Go Mine)
        Little Games
        Drinking Muddy Water
        My Baby
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GRAPHIC IMAGE 'Little Games - album cover'
STUDIO SESSION: April / May 1967 De Lane Lea Studios
(Little Games sessions - used on original album.)
(Some of the tracks used session players rather than the band)
(April 29, 1967, April 30, 1967, May 1, 1967) (Album recorded in 3 days.)
(32)    Little Games (stereo mix) 3/5/67
(32)    Smile On Me 4/67
(32)    White Summer 4/29/67
(32)    Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Sailor (vocal) 4/29/67
(32)    Glimpses (# 1) 5/1/67
(32)    Drinking Muddy Water (stereo mix) 4/67
(32)    No Excess Baggage 4/67
(32)    Stealing, Stealing 4/67
(32)    Only The Black Rose 5/1/67
(32)    Little Soldier Boy 5/1/67

STUDIO SESSION: April - May 1967 De Lane Lea Studios
(Little Games sessions - NOT used on original album.)
(32)    Little Games (mono mix) 3/5/67
(32)    White Summer (acoustic) 4/29/67
(32)    Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Sailor (instrumental) 4/29/67
(32)    Drinking Muddy Water (mono mix) 4/67
(32)    De Lane Lea Lee 4/29/67
(32)    Glimpses (# 2) 5/1/67
(32)    Never Mind 4/67
(32)    I Remember The Night 4/67
(36)    Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Sailor (alternate) 4/29/67
(36)    White Summer (alternate) 4/29/67
(36)    Glimpses (alternate) 5/1/67

LIVE SHOW: April 30, 1967 Grand Spectacle de Jeunes, Chaville, France
           (filmed for TV)

LIVE SHOW: May ??, 1967 NME Poll winners' Concert
VIDEO SESSION: May ??, 1967 New Musical Express Poll Winners Concert (NME)
(May ??, 1967 New Music Express, Poll Winners Concert)
(Live concert taped for broadcast on TV.)
(v3)    Shapes Of Things
(v3)    Happenings 10 Years Time Ago

PERSONAL APPEARANCE: May 8, 1967 Cannes Film Festival, Cannes, France
                         (to promote the movie Blow Up)
LIVE SHOW: May 20, 1967 HEC Business School, Jouy en Josas, France
RADIO SESSION: May 21, 1967 Saturday Swings - BBC RADIO
LIVE SHOW: May 26, 1967 Tiles Club, London
LIVE SHOW: May 29, 1967 City Football Club, Cambridge
RADIO SESSION: May 29, 1967 Monday Morning - BBC RADIO

STUDIO SESSION: 45 - June 1967 Abbey Road Studios
(32)    Ha Ha Said The Clown

LIVE SHOW: June 2, 1967 University of Kent, Cantebury
LIVE SHOW: June 5, 1967 Bath Pavilion, Bath
LIVE SHOW: June 17, 1967 Raven Club, R.A.F. Waddington
LIVE SHOW: June 18, 1967 Saville Theater, London
LIVE SHOW: June 24, 1967 Belgium (most likely cancelled)
LIVE SHOW: June 25, 1967 France (most likely cancelled)

LIVE SHOW: July 1, 1967 Chalk Farm Roundhouse, London
LIVE SHOW: July 7, 1967 The Gardens Auditorium, Vancouver, B.C., Canada (2 shows)
LIVE SHOW: July 8, 1967 The Gardens Auditorium, Vancouver, B.C., Canada (2 shows)
LIVE SHOW: July 10, 1967 Teensville, Theinville, WI
LIVE SHOW: July 11, 1967 New Place, Algonquin, IL
LIVE SHOW: July 12, 1967 Crimson Cougar, Aurora, IL
LIVE SHOW: July 19, 1967 Lakeside Amusement Park, Colorado Springs, CO
           (originally planned for City Auditorium)
LIVE SHOW: July 21, 1967 Santa Rosa Fairgrounds, Santa Rosa, CA
LIVE SHOW: July 22, 1967 Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA (p1)
(My tape says 1968, I can find no live show listings for this location at)
(this date, so I am listing this here in 1967 where I do have a listing.)
        The Train Kept A-Rollin'
        You're A Better Man Than I / Heart Full Of Soul
        I Wish You Would / Hey Gyp
        My Baby
        You Go Your Way
        Smile On Me
        I'm A Man
        Over Under Sideways Down

LIVE SHOW: July 25, 1967 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (p2)
LIVE SHOW: July 26, 1967 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (p2)
LIVE SHOW: July 27, 1967 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (p2)
LIVE SHOW: July 28, 1967 Governors Hall, Sacrament, CA
LIVE SHOW: July 29, 1967 Concord Fairgrounds, CA
LIVE SHOW: July 29, 1967 San Ramon High School, Danville, CA (p1)
(Jim McCarty was sick, and a member of the audience played drums)
LIVE SHOW: July 31, 1967 Kerrisdale Arena, Vancouver, B.C., Canada (2 shows)

LIVE SHOW: August 1, 1967 The Garden Auditorium (Pacific National Exhibition Grounds), Vancouver, B.C., Canada
LIVE TOUR: August 8, 1967 The Fifth Dimension, Ann Arbor, MI (2 shows)
LIVE SHOW: August 9, 1967 Tippy Ballroom, Lake Tippecanoe (near Leesburg), Indiana
RADIO SESSION: August 23, 1967 WOR-FM
(v4)(36)radio interview - Jimmy Page, ...
LIVE SHOW: August 24, 1967 Surf Nantasket, Hull, Massachusetts
LIVE SHOW: August 25, 1967 Village Theater, New York (2 shows)
(Jimmy Page heard opening act Jake Holmes perform Dazed and Confused)
LIVE SHOW: August 26, 1967 Hidden Valley Ski Resort, Huntsville, Ontario, Canada
LIVE SHOW: August 27, 1967 Rocky Point Park, Warwick, RI

LIVE SHOW: September ??, 1967 Warwick, Rhode Island

STUDIO SESSION: 45 - September 25, 1967 Olympic Studios
(32)    Ten Little Indians (instrument) (backing track # 11)
(32)    Ten Little Indians (vocal) (vocal take 15, backing track 11)
(36)    Ten Little Indians (alternate)

(September 30, 1967 return to U.S.Tour)
LIVE SHOW: October 6 - November 3, 1967 (American tour)

LIVE SHOW: October ??, 1967 Orlando Coliseum, Orlando, FL
LIVE SHOW: October 7, 1967 Amusement Park Holyoke, Mt. Park, Massachusetts
           (Opening act: The Ramrods)
LIVE SHOW: October 28, 1967 Fieldhouse, Washington University, St Louis, MO
           (actually, University City) (with Ramsey Lewis Trio)

LIVE SHOW: November 3, 1967 Village Theater, New York (2 shows)
LIVE SHOW: ? November 4, 1967 Village Theater, New York ?
LIVE SHOW: ? November 5, 1967 Village Theater, New York ?
LIVE SHOW: ? November 6, 1967 Village Theater, New York ?
LIVE SHOW: ? November 7, 1967 Village Theater, New York ?
LIVE SHOW: ? November 8, 1967 Village Theater, New York ?

BOOTLEG ALBUM: London Gets Blues In The Night
               November 21, 1967 Radio Studio ZY4, Stockholm, Sweden
(Song titles were listed in incorrect order on the tape I got, and on)
(the listing in Hot Wacks catalog.  Yet another example of bootleg)
(albums getting info all wrong.  My turntable is currently busted or)
(I would compare this to the 4/4/67 show in Sweden.  Just because I am)
(so used to incorrect labeling of bootleg releases.  I suspect they)
(may be the same show.)
(see 1963 for rest of details.  Such as they are.)
        Mister You're A Better Man Than I
        Over Under Sideways Down
        Little Games
        My Baby
        I'm A Man

STUDIO SESSION: 45 - November 26, December 2, 3, 1967 Olympic Studios
(32)    Goodnight Sweet Josephine (version 1)

LIVE SHOW: December 13, 1967 L'Olympia, Paris, France (cancelled)
LIVE SHOW: December 14, 1967 L'Olympia, Paris, France (cancelled)
LIVE SHOW: December 23, 1967 Madison Square Gardens, NY (cancelled)

LIVE SHOW: January 3, 1968 Corn Exchange, Chelmsford
LIVE SHOW: January 19, 1968 Middle Earth Club, London

STUDIO SESSION: 45 - February 1968 Olympic Studios
(32)    Think About It 1/68
(32)    Goodnight Sweet Josephine (version 2) (45 version)

VIDEO SESSION: 1968 BBC (TV)
(v2)    interview with band

VIDEO SESSION: 1968 (German TV)
        Dazed And Confused

VIDEO SESSION: March 9, 1968 Bouton Rouge (French TV) live in studio
(possibly April 30, 1967)
(v2)(v6)Train Kept A Rollin'
(v2)(v6)Dazed and Confused (audio portion on (36) Yardbirds - Cumular Limit)
(v2)(v6)Goodnight Sweet Josephine

LIVE SHOW: March 2, 1968 Southampton University, Southampton

RADIO SESSION: March 6, 1968 The Saturday Club - BBC RADIO (Program 178)
(Top Gear, Playhouse Theatre, Hulme, Manchester)
(Some sources list as March 16, 1968, April 26, 1968)
(34)    Think About It (host Brian Matthews talked over the start of song)
(34)    Good Night Sweet Josephine
(34)    My Baby
        White Summer
        Dazed And Confused

LIVE SHOW: March 8, 1968 Aston, Birmingham
LIVE SHOW: March 9, 1968 Assas Faculty Of Law, Paris, France
LIVE SHOW: March 10, 1968 L'Olympia, Paris, France
LIVE SHOW: March 16, 1968 Luton

RADIO SESSION: March 16, 1968 -Tom Edwards Saturday Afternoon Show-BBC RADIO

RADIO SESSION: March 18, 1968 Pete Brady Show - BBC RADIO

LIVE SHOW: March 23, 1968 Retford
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LIVE SHOW: March 28, 1968 The Aerodome, Schenectady, NY
LIVE SHOW: March 29, 1968 Clarkson University, Potsdam, NY
LIVE SHOW: ? March 29, 1968 Anderson Theater, New York ?
(not recorded)
GRAPHIC IMAGE 'New York Rehearsal Gig - album cover' GRAPHIC IMAGE 'New York City Blues - album cover'
LIVE SHOW: March 30, 1968 Anderson Theater, New York
    (30)The Train Kept A-Rollin' (soundcheck-no vocals)
    (30)Dazed and Confused (soundcheck-no vocals)
(33)(30)The Train Kept A-Rollin'
(33)(30)You're A Better Man Than I
(33)(30)Heart Full Of Soul
(33)(30)Dazed and Confused
(33)(30)My Baby
(33)(30)Over Under Sideways Down
(33)(30)Drinking Muddy Water
(33)(30)Shapes Of Things
(33)(30)White Summer
(33)    I'm A Man
        Happenings Ten Years Time Ago

STUDIO SESSION: April 3, 1968 Columbia Studios, New York
(36)    Taking A Hold On Me (7 takes were recorded to create this 1 track)
        Avron Knows

STUDIO SESSION: April 4, 1968 Columbia Studios, New York
(36)    Spanish Blood (take 6)
        Knowing That I'm Losing You

STUDIO SESSION: April 5, 1968 Columbia Studios, New York
(36)    Avron Knows (take 5)
(36)    My Baby (5 takes were recorded to create this 1 track)
Electric Magic (Led-Zeppelin.com) March 17, 2000 interview with Jim McCarty about release of April 1968 final Yardbirds studio sessions.

RADIO SESSION: April 6, 1968 Saturday Afternnon Show - BBC RADIO
RADIO SESSION: April 8, 1968 Pete Brady Show - BBC RADIO
LIVE SHOW: April 8, 1968 Thee Image, Miami Beach, FL
LIVE SHOW: April 9, 1968 Thee Image, Miami Beach, FL
LIVE SHOW: April 10, 1968 Thee Image, Miami Beach, FL
RADIO SESSION: April 14, 1968 Top Gear - BBC RADIO
LIVE SHOW: April 12, 1968 Action House, Island Park, NY
LIVE SHOW: April 13, 1968 Action House, Island Park, NY
LIVE SHOW: April 14, 1968 Action House, Island Park, NY
LIVE SHOW: April ??, 1968 Cleveland, OH
RADIO SESSION: April ??, 1968 Top Of The Pops - BBC RADIO (broadcast)
        Think About It
        Good Night Sweet Josephine
        My Baby

VIDEO SESSION: April 25, 1968 Upbeat (TV) (color) (lip sync) (broadcast)
(v2)(v6)Heart Full Of Soul

LIVE SHOW: April 25, 1968 Allen Theater, Cleveland, OH
        The Train Kept A-Rollin'
        Mr. You're A Better Man Than I
        Heart Full Of Soul
        Dazed And Confused
        White Summer
        I'm A Man

LIVE SHOW: April 26, 1968 Cincinnati Convention Center, Cincinnati, OH (St. Xavier High School prom)
LIVE SHOW: April 28, 1968 Brown University, Providence, RI
LIVE SHOW: April 29, 1968 University of Massachusetts, Amhurst, Massachusetts
           (Opening act: The Association)

LIVE SHOW: May 3, 1968 Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI (p1)
LIVE SHOW: May 4, 1968 Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI (p1)
LIVE SHOW: May 5, 1968 Hullabaloo, Mentor, OH
LIVE SHOW: May 10, 1968 Earl Warren Showgrounds, Santa Barbara, CA
LIVE SHOW: May 11, 1968 Melodyland Theatre, Anaheim, CA
LIVE SHOW: May 23, 1968 Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA (p2)
LIVE SHOW: May 24, 1968 Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA (p2)
LIVE SHOW: May 25, 1968 Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA (p2)
GRAPHIC IMAGE 'Last Rave-UP In L.A. - album cover' GRAPHIC IMAGE 'Last Rave-UP In L.A. - album cover'
LIVE SHOW: May 31, 1968 Shrine Exposition Hall, Los Angeles, CA (p1)
(I haven't compared my tape with the CD.)
(However, my tape is 83 minutes long, and doesn't include)
(New York City Blues.  And the CD is only 71 minutes long)
(Any additional information would be appreciated.)
(40)    The Train Kept A-Rollin'
(40)    Mr. You're A Better Man Than I/Heart Full Of Soul
(40)    Dazed and Confused
(40)    Shapes Of Things
(40)    I'm A Man
        White Summer
(40)    Smokestack Lightning/I'm Waiting For The Man
(40)    Bye Bye Bird
(40)    Happenings Ten Years Time Ago
(40)    Drinking Muddy Water
(40)    New York City Blues (Become My Friend)  (?)
(40)    I Wish You Would / Hey Gyp

LIVE SHOW: June 1, 1968 Shrine Exposition Hall, Los Angeles, CA (p1)
(I don't have this show on tape.)
(However, I do have a listing for it at 60 minutes long.)
(The CD is only 60 mintues with the inclusion of 4 songs)
(which are 15 minutes long from March 1, 1967 Germany.)
(40)    The Train Kept A-Rollin'
(40)    Mr. You're A Better Man Than I/Heart Full Of Soul
(40)    Happenings Ten Years Time Ago
(40)    I Wish You Would / Hey Gyp
(40)    Drinking Muddy Water
(40)    New York City Blues (Become My Friend)
(40)    I Ain't Done Wrong
(40)    Over Under Sideways Down
(40)    Shapes Of Things

LIVE SHOW: May 31, - June 1, 1968 Shrine Exposition Hall, Los Angeles, CA (p1)
(38)    The Train Kept A-Rollin'
(38)    You're A Better Man Than I/Heart Full Of Soul
(38)    Dazed and Confused
(38)    Shapes Of Things
(38)    I'm A Man
(38)    White Summer
(38)    Smokestack Lightning/Beck's Bolero/I'm Waiting For The Man
(38)    Bye Bye Bird
(38)    Drinking Muddy Water
(38)    Happenings Ten Years Time Ago
(38)    New York City Blues (Become My Friend)
(38)    I Wish You Would / Hey Gyp
(38)    I Ain't Done Wrong
(38)    Over Under Sideways Down

LIVE SHOW: June 4, 1968 Montgomery International Speedway, Montgomery, Alabama
LIVE SHOW: June 5, 1968 Montgomery International Speedway, Montgomery, Alabama

LIVE SHOW: July 7, 1968 Luton Technical College, Bedfordshire
(Final performance by the band.  They then split up.)

VIDEO SESSION: 1968 Beat Club, German TV
(broadcast October 12, 1968) (obviously recorded at an earlier date)
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BOOKS AND PRINTED MATERIAL: (This is my Yardbirds reference library.) (I am interested in getting more.)

September 20, 1998, Marc Skobac e-mailed me his Yardbirds chronology. It is a 700 item list of live shows and radio/tv/studio sessions. There is a fair amount of overlap with my information, but there was at least a few hundred items I didn't have in my listing. I have spent the last couple of days integrating his information into this web page. He used many books (some I have-some I don't) and magazines (Yardbirds World fanzine, Village Voice, LA Free Press, Billboard magazine, ... none of which I have).

Yardbirds by John Platt, Chris Dreja and Jim McCarty.
Published by Sidgwick & Jackson. Copyright 1983. 160 pages. Paperback

Lots of photos and text. Only 2 pages of discographical information.

Yardbirds World # 1 Written And Researched by Richard MacKay, Edited and Compiled by Michael Ober
Published by ?????. Copyright 1989. 110 pages. Softbound

Interviews, text, photos. Some discographical and sessionographical information. Also covers the individuals musical activities since the Yardbirds, including solo and other bands.

Yardbirds World # 2 by Richard MacKay
Published by Yardbirds World. Copyright 19??. 106 pages. Paperbound

Interviews, text, photos. Some discographical and sessionographical information. Also covers the individuals musical activities since the Yardbirds, including solo and other bands.

GRAPHIC IMAGE 'The Ultimate RaveUp - book cover' revised Yardbirds - The Ultimate Rave-Up by Greg Russo
Published by Crossfire Publications Copyright 2001. 288 pages. Softcover.

The expanded/revised book has sessionographical information. The book covers ALL the Yardbirds, as well as solo stuff, other sessions, and other bands.

Eric Clapton - The Eric Clapton Album - 30 Years of Music and Memorabilia by Marc Roberty
Published by Viking Studio Books. Copyright 1994. 224 pages. Hardback.

Lots of b and w and color photos of Eric, and albums, and posters, ... This includes all the tour dates he performed on between 1963-1994. It also has a section on commercial and bootleg recordings, as well as his session work.

Eric Clapton - The Complete Recording Sessions 1963 - 1992 by Marc Roberty
Published by St. Martins Press. Copyright 1993. 192 pages. Hardback.

Listing of all known recording sessions. Including date, location, personnel, ..

Eric Clapton - A Visual Documentary by Marc Roberty
Published by Omnibus Press. Copyright 1986. 96 pages. Paperback.

Not as comprehensive as either of the other two books, but it still lists a fair amout of his recording sessions. Including date, location, personnel, ..

(I disagree with some of Marc Roberty's Yardbirds listings. I have multiple other sources that contradict some of his time/place listings.)

The Great Rock Discography (third edition) by M.C.Strong
Published by Omnibus Press. Copyright 1996. 950 pages. Hardbook (oversize).

Rock On Film by David Ehrenstein and Bill Reed
Published by Delilah Books. Copyright 1982. 275 pages. Paperback. 483 films. 75 photos.

Live Show Listings
Live show listings come from various sources, including the below listed books, visitors to this web site and from other web sites. None of these listings have been verified by me. And just because there was a print advertisement for the show, is no guarantee that there weren't problems which caused the show to be cancelled.

(p1) The Art Of Rock - A Spectular Visual And Oral History
Writter: Paul D. Grushkin, Artworks Photographed by Jon Sievert
Published by Artabras. Copyright 1987. 516 pages. Hardback.

(p2) The Art Of The Fillmore - The Poster series 1966 - 1971
Writter: Gayle Lemke, Art Research Editor Jacaeber Kastor
Published by Acid Test Productions. Copyright 1997. 240 pages.

(p6) London Live By Tony Bacon
Published By Miller Freeman Books. Copyright 1999. 192 pages. Paperback.

(p7) Rockin' Croydon By Chris Groom
Published By Wombeat Publishing. Copyright 1998. 224 pages. Paperback.

(pa) Cream - The Legendary Sixties Supergroup by Chris Welch
Published by Balafon Books. Copyright 2000. 192 pages. Paperback.

Jimmy Page - Magus, Musician, Man, An Unauthorized Biography by George Case
Published by Hal Leonard. Copyright 2007. Hardback.

Mentions that Jeff Beck dropped out of tour on August 25, 1966, but doesn't mention when he rejoined.
Mentions that Jeff Beck dropped out of tour in Texas, and Jimmy Page played without Jeff Beck in Decatur, but doesn't mention any of the shows listed between.

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AUDIO COMPILATIONS: (This is not my complete audio collection,) (but a large portion of it has no details.) (I am interested in getting more. Details and material.)

Yardbirds - The First Recordings (1 LP on L+R label - LR44.001)
Color photo of Eric Clapton era band (no background) on cover. Demos, and parts of live show from before "Five Live Yardbirds". Liner notes have some recording info.

Yardbirds - Five Live Yardbirds (1 LP on EMI label - 33SX1677)
Color photo of Eric Clapton era band on cover. First English LP, a complete live show 3/??/64 Marquee Club. Some re-issues have replaced the live version of "Goodmorning Little School Girl" with the studio version. Liner notes have some recording info.

Yardbirds - Live! Blueswailing July 1964 (1 CD on Castle label - 06076-81331-2)
Live show from July 1964, exact date and location unknown. Much shorter than Five Live Yardbirds, but better sound quality. Also, contains 1 track not previously heard by Yardbird collectors unless you were at one of their shows.

Yardbirds - For Your Love (1 LP on Epic label - LN24167)
Color photo of Jeff Beck era band (no background) on cover. First American LP, release 45s, EPs, and studio sessions. Tracks with both Eric Clapton and Jeff Beck are included, but NOT noted. Liner notes have *NO* recording info.

Yardbirds - Having A Rave-Up (1 LP on Epic label - BN26177)
Color photo of Jeff Beck era band (no background) on cover. Second American LP, release of 45s, EPs, and part of Five Live Yardbirds. Side 1 (studio recordings) is Jeff Beck, Side 2 (live) is Eric Clapton. Liner notes have *NO* recording info.

Yardbirds - Roger The Engineer (1 LP on EMI label - SCX6063)
Original English LP. Drawing of Roger the Engineer on cover, various drawings on back. This was the third American LP, first actual studio album that the band recorded. The English release had 2 more songs than the American release. Liner notes, but no recording info.

Yardbirds - Over Under Sidways Down (1 LP on Epic label - LN24210)
Color photo of Jeff Beck era band (no background) on cover. This is the Roger The Engineer LP with 2 tracks removed. No liner notes. (The mono LP had different mixes than the stereo LP.)

(39) Yardbirds - Roger The Engineer (1 LP on EPIC label - FE38455)
Drawing of Roger the Engineer on cover, various drawings on back. This American LP, has 2 extra tracks not on original English LP (rare 45). Liner notes, minimal recording info. Re-issued as CD.

Yardbirds - Jeff Beck (1 LP on 2001BYG label - 200.139)
B&W photo of Jeff Beck without band on cover. Fairly standard re-issue, except it had 3 rehearsal tracks from Over Under Sideways Down sessions.

Yardbirds - Greatest Hits (1 LP on Epic label - BN26246)
Color photo of multiple exposure of a lady on cover. Contains tracks from first 3 American albums, and some 45s not on LP yet. No liner notes.

(31) Yardbirds - Train Kept A-Rollin' (4 CD box set on Charly label)
The Complete Giorgio Gomelsky Productions, September 1992 Compiler And Tape Researcher Phil Cohen. Extensive recording information. And previously unreleased rehearsal tracks from various sessions.
While this set does include some of the Keith Relf solo tracks that he recorded at that time, I have not included them above as I don't consider them "Yardbirds" tracks.

(35) Yardbirds - Shapes Of Things (7 LP box set on Charly label)
36 page booklet. Discographical notes by John Platt (aided and abetted by Jim McCarty and Richard MacKay) Copyright 1984 by John Platt. Extensive recording information. And previously unreleased rehearsal tracks from various sessions.

(37) Yardbirds - Broken Wings (2 LPs on Della Quercia label - DQ5Y-75627)
Color photo of Jeff Beck era band on front cover. Color photo of Eric Claption era band on back cover. Radio, TV, concert live performances. Including complete set from 4/67 Stockholm Sweden. Liner notes have minimal recording info.

GRAPHIC IMAGE 'Broken Wings and Empty Nests - album cover'
Yardbirds - Broken Wings And Empty Nests (1 CD on Tendolar label - TDR-031)
This is a very random selection ofYardbirds, Keith Relf solo stuff, Jeff Beck solo stuff, and intentionally mislabeled live stuff. This is *NOT* worth adding to any collection.

Yardbirds - Little Games (1 LP on Epic label - BN26313)
B&W photo of Jimmy Page era band on back cover. Front is drawing of various gambling games. Original LP with 10 tracks. No liner notes.

Yardbirds - Little Games (1 LP on Fame label - FA4131241)
Color photo of Jimmy Page era band on front and back cover. Re-issue of original LP with 6 extra tracks (various then current 45s). Liner notes have no recording info.

(32) Yardbirds - Little Games Sessions And More (2 CDs on EMI label)
Liner Notes by Greg Russo. Edited by Adam Block and Steve Kolanjian. Extensive recording information. And previously rare 45s tracks from the Little Games sessions.

(36) Yardbirds - Cumular Limit (2 CDs on Pilot label)
Liner Notes by Greg Russo. Recording information. And previously unreleased tracks and alternate takes from the Little Games (April 1967) and April 1968 sessions. The second disc is a DVD and has the performance from March 16, 1967 Beat Beat Beat (German TV).

Yardbirds - Featuring Clapton, Beck, Page (2 LPs on Epic label - EG30135)
Color drawing of people in bird masks on cover. Contains tracks from all 5 American albums. Liner notes have no recording info.

Yardbirds - Hits And More (1 LP on Instant label - INS5012)
Color photo of Jeff Beck era band at Ready Steady Go studio on cover. Otherwise just another standard re-issue album. No liner notes.

Yardbirds - Story (2 LPs on Rivera label 521.177/178)
Liner Notes by Sacha Reins (in French). However, each song has an exact date and location where it was recorded.

Yardbirds - Last Hurrah In The Big Apple (1 LP on TAKRL label - 1914)
Re-issue. B&W drawing of Jimmy Page era band on cover. Last American LP, a live show. Complete 3/30/68 Anderson Theater. No liner notes.

(30) Yardbirds - New York Rehearsal Gig (1 CD on The Symbols label - ????)
Audience recording of March 30, 1968 Anderson Theater, New York. So this sounds worse than the original commercial release. This is *NOT* the complete show, as it doesn't include I'm A Man, but does include 2 songs played at the sound check. This is only for very dedicated collectors, as the edits between songs is very poorly done, and at least one of the songs are cut short. Edits were unnecessary as the CD is only about 33 minutes.

Yardbirds - New York City Blues (1 CD on Last Stand Records - ????)
Same exact recording as above, except location mislabeled as Village Theater. The back cover states original un-edited audience recording, but it has the same funky edits as the above CD.

(38) Yardbirds - Last Rave-Up In L.A. (3 LPs on Glimpses label - GR001)
Shrine Exposition Hall, Los Angeles, CA, May 31, 1968 and June 1, 1968 Color photo of Jimmy Page era band on front cover from the show. B&W photos of band from show on back cover. # 301 of 500. Liner notes have minimal recording info.
(Re-issued on 2CDs with no liner notes, but with same covers.)

(40) Yardbirds - Last Rave-Up In L.A. (2 CDs on Goldtone label - GTD017)
Shrine Exposition Hall, Los Angeles, CA, May 31, 1968 and June 1, 1968 Color photo of Jimmy Page era band on front cover from the show. B&W photos of band from show on back cover. # 426 of 1,000. Liner notes have minimal recording info.
(*NOT* a reissue of 3LP set, but mostly complete sets from both nights.)

GRAPHIC IMAGE 'On Air: BBC Live - album cover' GRAPHIC IMAGE 'BBC Sessions - album cover' GRAPHIC IMAGE 'Where The Action Is - album cover'
(34) Yardbirds - ... On Air (1 CD on Band Of Joy label)
12 page booklet. Copyright 1991. Liner Notes author unknown. Extensive recording information.

This CD has been re-issued as BBC Sessions, and when bundled with the April 4, 1967, Stockholm, Sweden (Radio ZY4), as Where The Action Is.

Yardbirds - Blasting At The BBC (1 LP on Bird Brain label - BBR004)
B&W photo of Jeff Beck & Jimmy Page era band on cover. Mostly BBC appearances and misc live. This release was based mostly on the BBC live radio show broadcast a few(?) years ago. Liner notes have minimal recording info.

Yardbirds - Anyone Can Play (1 LP on Kornyfone label - YB1965)
B&W photo of Jeff Beck & Jimmy Page era band on cover. Mostly BBC appearances and demo. Liner notes have minimal recording info.

GRAPHIC IMAGE 'Golden Eggs - album cover'
Yardbirds - Golden Eggs (1 LP on TMOQ label - 61001)
Color artwork by Bil Stout. Family tree on back cover. Studio tracks (rare 45s). Some info on liner notes.

GRAPHIC IMAGE 'More Golden Eggs - album cover'
Yardbirds - More Golden Eggs (1 LP on TMOQ label - 61003)
Color artwork by Bill Stout. Keith Relf photo on back cover. Six page interview w/Keith Relf about misc live, studio tracks. Keith Relf was photographed and interveiwed for the release of this bootleg. So far, the *ONLY* know case where a rock performer has participated in the bootleg of his own recordings.

GRAPHIC IMAGE 'Rare Concerts - album cover'
(33) Yardbirds - Rare Concerts 1965 - 1968 (1 CD on Backtrack label)
24 page booklet. date unknown. Liner notes author unknown. Re-issue of 3/30/68 Anderson Theater with additional various BBC performances. Minimal recording info.

GRAPHIC IMAGE 'Live Saga - album cover'
Yardbirds - The Live Saga 1963 - 1967 (1 CD on Backtrack label)
24 page booklet. date unknown. Liner notes author unknown. 4/14/67 Stockholm Sweden, 3/1/67 German TV, 3/10/64 Marquee club (1/2 of show) and various live performances. Minimal recording info.

Yardbirds various other cassette compilations with *NO* information of any kind. :-(

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VIDEO MEDIA
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VIDEO COMPILATIONS: (This is my complete video collection.) (I am interested in getting more.)

GRAPHIC IMAGE 'Yardbirds - video cover'

(v1) Yardbirds (Delilah Music Pictures, A Time Warner Company)
Copyright 1991. 60 minutes. 16 Fragments of clips. 1991 Interviews.

(v2) Video Compilation # 2
Original performance dates 1964-1968, 90 minutes. 32 Complete clips. All of above, plus 16 more clips included.

(v3) Video Compilation # 3
Original performance dates 1964-1968, 30 minutes. 10 Complete clips. Mostly duplicates of above, but 2 complete clips not on any of above compilations.

(v4) Yardbirds - Cumular Limit (2 CDs on Pilot label)
Liner Notes by Greg Russo. Recording information. And previously unreleased tracks and alternate takes from the Little Games (April 1967) and April 1968 sessions. The second disc is a DVD and has the performance from March 16, 1967 Beat Beat Beat (German TV).

(v5) Blow-Up, a 1966 movie that has the Yardbirds performing one song on screen, Stroll On, a re-write of The Train Kept a Rollin.

(v6) Video Compilation # 4 aka: Video Anthology
Original performance dates 1964-1968, ?? minutes. 26 Complete clips. Mostly duplicates of above.

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OTHER LINKS
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Do you have a Yardbirds related site? Do you want a link from this page? E-Mail me!

I am also interested in getting wider exposure for this site. So links from your site to mine would be appreciated. And if you know of any sites that allow/encourage submission, I would also appreciate knowing about them as well.

Ticket Network tickets for Jeff Beck Tour April 6-April 23, 2009 and June 24-July 6, 2009

Yardbirds Official Web Site.

Chris Dreja rhythm guitarist and photographer.

Jimmy Page guitarist. Jimmy Page promises to post new content daily.

Yardbirds Official (USA) Web Site.

Yardbirds Official (UK) Web Site. Including information on upcoming live shows, current personnel, ...

Crossfire Publications is the homepage of Greg Russo, who did the liner notes for the extended "Little Games" reissue, and has written a book (revised edition), Yardbirds: The Ultimate Rave-Up. If you order the book, tell him you found out about it here.

Yardbirds Mooreland Street Records.

Jorgen Angel Photographer has some photos of the Yardbirds when they played Denmark in April 15, 1967

Making Time British Beat Groups of the 1960s, including Yardbirds, ...

Richard Mackay's Yardbirds World

Richmond R & B Yardbirds and Downliners Sect

Perfect Sound Forever - Online Music Magazine Yardbirds/Led Zeppelin's Dubious Recording History
Perfect Sound Forever - Online Music Magazine Dazed and Confused: The Incredibly Strange Saga of Jake Holmes

Yardbirds Chris Walters, photographer, has many photos of the band on this site.

Yardbirds

Yahoo! Yardbirds discussion group.

Yahoo Groups Cumular Limit (Yardbirds with Jimmy Page)

Yardbirds discography

The Prague Post A Legendary Band Reborn (Yardbirds)

Perfect Sound Forever The Theiving Magpies: Jimmy Page's Dubious Recording Legacy

Achilles Last Stand - The Led Zeppelin Web Site Live Yardbirds Featuring Jimmy Page

Everything Yardbirds

Delphi Forums The Most Blueswailing Yardbirds!

YouTube Yardbirds videos

YouTube Yardbirds videos posted by their current label.

Pop Matters Remembering Keith Relf, and the Yardbirds

Crawdaddy July 9, 1965 Yardbirds interview.

Jam Base Saturday Eye Candy: The Yardbirds

MusicRadar.com 11 reasons why The Yardbirds were the greatest rock cradle ever

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CLASSIFIEDs
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This is an experiment. I am listing various classified ads that might be of interest to browsers of this page.

Let me know what you think of this idea?

And if you do order something listed here, let them know you found out about it here.

Also, let me know how this worked out for you.

June 29, 2003.
MusicStack looks like a good source of used music items (LPs, CDs, posters, ...).
As always, let me know what you think.

4 Million Hard to Find CDs & LPs at MusicStack
December 10, 2002.
Back in October 1999 I put up links to CD-Now so that visitors could easily link to the related band pages and instantly see which items were still in print/available for purchase. CD-Now no longer has that option. For the moment I am putting in Amazon.com search boxes. Amazon.com doesn't easily allow for links to individual band pages in the same way that CD-Now used to. So, instead of me being able to create direct links, I have put up the Amazon.com search box instead. So you can still go to a page with the various bands products, buy you now need to go through a search box.

As always, let me know what you think.

April 22, 2002.
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December 3, 2002 CD Now is undergoing changes, and asked that ALL links be removed.
October 28, 1999 I signed up with CD Now.

June 24, 1999
GRAPHIC IMAGE 'Yardbirds T-Shirt logo' How would you like this logo on a t-shirt?
Shirt Styles: Short Sleeve Hanes Beefy-T T-Shirts
Sizes: S.M.L.XL.XXL
Shirt colors: Black, Yellow, Red, Royal Blue, Teal and White.
All logos are a black outline filled in white.

June 2001
GRAPHIC IMAGE 'The Ultimate RaveUp - book cover' Crossfire Publications is the homepage of Greg Russo, who did the liner notes for the extended "Little Games" reissue, and has written a book (revised edition), Yardbirds: The Ultimate Rave-Up. It is available for:
$23.95 and $3.00 postage from:
Crossfire Publications
P.O.Box 20406
Floral Park, NY 11002-0406

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