Playlist from December 8

* You Can't Always Get What You Want (from "The Rock And Roll Circus")

* Yer Blues (Keith Richards on bass, Eric Clapton on guitar, Mitch Mitchell on drums, and John Lennon on guitar and vocals, from "The Rock And Roll Circus")

* I Wanna Be Your Man (the Stones' version of the Lennon-McCartney song, available on the CD, "The Rolling Stones Singles Collection: The London Years")

* Sing This All Together (from "Their Satanic Majesties Request")

* We Love You (available on the "More Hot Rocks" CD)

* Can I Get A Witness (from "The Rolling Stones: England's Newest Hitmakers")

* Route 66 (from "The Rolling Stones: England's Newest Hitmakers")

* Cook Cook Blues (released as the non-album B-side to the "Rock And A Hard Place" single, later available on the limited edition "Flashpoint + Collectibles" CD)

* Gimme Shelter (performed by Tom Jones, released on a 1993 CD called "Gimme Shelter," featuring other artists, with proceeds benefiting a homeless shelter in England)

* Salt Of The Earth (from "The Rock And Roll Circus")

* Music beds during the show included:

** Heart Of Stone (by the Andrew Oldham Orchestra, from their 1966 vinyl LP, "The Rolling Stones Songbook")

** Stoned (by the Rolling Stones, released as the B-side to the "I Wanna Be Your Man" single in 1963; available on "The Rolling Stones Singles Collection: The London Years")

** You Know My Name (by the Beatles, featuring Brian Jones on saxophone)

Who wants Yesterday's Papers? If you'd like to own back issues of Beggars Banquet, the official Stones newsletter that was published by "The Stones Zone" host, Bill German, click here.

"Four New Licks" Contest

Send an e-mail to with the words "Four New Licks" in the subject heading, and with the answer to this question in the body of the e-mail:

What song was on the B-side of the Stones' "I Wanna Be Your Man" single when it was released in England in 1963?

Also include your street address and, if you can, the call letters of the station where you listen to "The Stones Zone."

Four people (the 20th, 40th, 60th, and 80th correct entries we receive) will each win a copy of the "Four New Licks" CD -- a promotional disc that cannot be purchased in stores, which contains the Stones' four new songs.

If you don't know the answer and still want to enter the contest, you'll find the answer buried inside this week's playlist.