* Under Assistant West Coast Promo Man (from "Out Of
* Oh Baby (We Got A Good Thing Going) (From "Rolling
Stones Now" in the U.S., "Out Of Our Heads"
in the U.K.)
* Saint Of Me (from "Bridges To Babylon")
* Dancing With Mr. D (from "Goats Head Soup")
* Sympathy For The Devil (from "Beggars Banquet")
* It's All Over Now (from "12 X 5")
* Fancy Man Blues (the non-album B-side to 1989's "Mixed
Emotions" single; later available on the "Flashpoint
+ Collectibles" limited edition CD)
* Will Ya Won't Ya (Mick Jagger, back vocals, and Chris Jagger,
lead vocals, from Chris's 1993 CD, "Atcha")
* Sympathy For The Devil (performed by Bryan Ferry, on his
1973 album, "These Foolish Things")
* Satisfaction (from "Out Of Our Heads")
* Music beds during the program included Play With Fire, performed
by Joe Pass (on his 1966 out-of-print vinyl LP, "Stones
* As referred to on the program, the book that inspired Mick
to write "Sympathy For The Devil" was "The
Master And Margarita" by Ukrainian novelist, Mikhail
Bolgakov. First published in 1938, English translations have
since been published in the U.S. and the U.K.
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