* 2000 Man (from "Their Satanic Majesties Request")
* Midnight Rambler (from "Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out")
* Hoochie Coochie Man (featuring a pre-Stones Charlie Watts,
with Jack Bruce on bass and Alexis Korner on guitar; recorded
in concert, 1962; available only on Alexis's 1972 vinyl album,
* Get Off Of My Cloud (performed by Alexis Korner, lead vocals
and guitar, from his 1975 vinyl album, "Get Off Of My
Cloud," featuring Peter Frampton and Steve Marriott on
guitars, plus Keith Richards on guitar, back vocals, and lead
vocals on the "It's 3 A.M., there's too much noise, doncha
people ever wanna go to bed" verse)
* I Can Feel The Fire (from Ronnie Wood's 1974 debut solo
album, "I've Got My Own Album To Do," featuring
Mick Jagger and Keith Richards)
* Chain Of Fools (Ron Wood performs the song that was written
by Don Covay and made famous by Aretha Franklin; on a 1993
Covay-tribute CD, titled, "Back To The Streets")
* 2000 Man (performed by Kiss, on their 1979 "Dynasty"
* Too Close Together (Keith Richards, guitar and back vocals,
teams up with Peter Wolf, on Peter's new "Sleepless"
* Time Is On My Side (performed by Keith Richards & The
X-Pensive Winos, from their "Live At The Hollywood Palladium"
CD, recorded in 1988, released in 1991)
* Music beds during the program included Stoned (from "The
Rolling Stones Singles Collection: The London Years")
** The winners of our latest contest were announced. Each
of these people will receive "Four New Licks," a
promotion-only, not-for-sale CD, which features the Stones'
four new songs (plus an additional remix of "Don't Stop").
Each of these people knew that the B-side to the Stones' "I
Wanna Be Your Man" single, when it came out in England
in 1963, was called "Stoned." The winners are: Lynn
Costa (of Eastham, MA), Ken Kukla (of Royal Oak, MI), Dennis
Moeller (of Windsor, Ontario), and Brett Vargo (of San Diego,
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