Jane's Addiction Recording History
a comprehensive log of Jane's Addiction's studio recording sessions.
created 10/18/00
last updated 5/8/10

"the pre-Dave demo"
Date: late January 1986
Location: Radio Tokyo, Venice, California
Musicians: Perry Farrell (v), Ed Dobrydnio (g), Stephen Perkins (d), Eric Avery (b)
Producer: Perry Farrell and Ethan James
Tracks recorded:
Jane Says
My Time
Had A Dad
Idiots Rule
Pigs In Zen
Mountain Song
Additional notes: First profession recording of Jane's Addiction. It was recorded in late January 1986 during the brief period after Stephen Perkins joined, yet before Dave Navarro was in the band. The recording features Ed Dobrydnio on guitar and is commonly referred to by fans as the "Pre-Dave demo". The songs were basic, without the strong guitar presence Dave brought later. "My Time" differed the most from later versions, having no guitar or harmonica. None of the tracks recorded at this session have been released officially, nor widely bootlegged. Perry wasn't all that impressed with how the songs turned out. I don't think they bothered distributing the tape to any record labels, probably just gave it to a few friends and clubs to book shows.

"first real Jane's demo"
Date: March 1986
Location: Radio Tokyo, Venice, California
Musicians: Perry Farrell (v), Dave Navarro (g), Stephen Perkins (d), Eric Avery (b)
Producer: Perry Farrell and Ethan James
Tracks recorded:
Jane Says
Pigs In Zen
Mountain Song
Had A Dad
I Would For You
Additional notes: The first Jane's demo with the solidified line-up. Funny thing about it is that it's actually 5 songs from the previous demo, but with Dave doing his thing over them. Seems the band didn't have enough money to pay for studio time to do a whole new demo. "I went in," Dave told Phil Hayes, "booked a session with my own money and re-did the guitar parts. The power chords for the songs stayed the same and so did the melodies, but the solos were mine." Agrees Stephen, "In the first demos, I wasn't even really playing with Dave!".
This was the tape that the band distributed around town, and eventually got them a record deal with Triple X Records (which wasn't actually a record label at the time, rather more of a management company). Four tracks recorded at this session have been widely bootlegged, and in fact also officially released. The version of "Pigs In Zen" was the first-ever officially released Jane's track when it appeared on a Scream compilation album later that year. "Mountain Song" soon followed, showing up on a soundtrack to a movie called Dudes in early 1987 (this version would also later appear on the Kettle Whistle rarities album). "Had A Dad" and "I Would For You" were both released as b-sides in 1990. (The "Had A Dad" demo also had a very low budget music video made for it during the Triple X days, apparently by a European video production team). The version of "Jane Says" has remained relatively obscure, having only appeared on a bootleg 7" (One Hit Is All It Takes), a bootleg double 12" (Mephisto Demos), and a very hard-to-find bootleg CD (Janes Addiction + Psi-Com Demos - Pigs In Zen). But the most puzzling thing about the "Jane Says" demo is that it's apparently the same recording as the version on the Triple X live album, only without the overdubs (no crowd noise in the beginning, and no "don't know, don't know" backing vocals) and it fades out about 15 seconds earlier. So if it was recorded live at the Roxy on January 26, 1987, how the hell can it be on a demo tape recorded in early 1986? Good question! One theory would be that the demo was originally just the other 4 songs, but after the Roxy show they tacked "Jane Says" on and 're-issued' the demo to shop it around to the major labels, sensing the song's commercial appeal. So that would mean the 4 song demo got them the Triple X deal, and the revised 5 song demo got them the Warner Bros deal. Or maybe the original tape had a different version of "Jane Says" (perhaps the pre-Dave demo version) and they thought the Roxy version was better, so they switched it on later copies of the tape. Or maybe the "Jane Says" on the live album isn't really live, rather the demo made to seem like it was live.
Plus there are still more questions from this session: What happened to "Idiots Rule" and "My Time" from the 1/86 demo? My guess would be Dave couldn't think of what to do on them, or perhaps the rest of the band wasn't impressed enough with the new 'Dave-ized' versions to put them on the revised demo. And when was "I Would For You" recorded? Dave plays keyboard, not guitar, on the song. Was it from the original session and Dave overdubbed the keyboards later? Maybe the band went back to the studio to record the song together. Since it's just bass, vocals, and keyboard, it probably would be quick to record (don't have to worry about setting up the drum kit).

"WB/publishing demo"
Date: April 1, 1987
Location: Lillian Way Studios, Los Angeles, California
Musicians: Perry Farrell (v), Dave Navarro (g), Stephen Perkins (d), Eric Avery (b)
Producer: Perry Farrell
Tracks recorded:
Idiots Rule
Classic Girl
Up the Beach
Suffer Some
Thank You Boys
Summertime Rolls
City
Ocean Size
Stop!
Standing in the Shower... Thinking
Ain't No Right
Three Days
Additional notes: Right after the band signed to Warner Bros, they figured they should put to tape all the songs of theirs that were unrecorded up to that point. This was done for publishing reasons, and also as a way for WB to get an idea of which songs they liked and wanted on the album. The songs were recorded live in the studio, without overdubs. This session has been widely bootlegged (Song List, Classic Versions), and has since been officially released in 2009 on the rarities box set, A Cabinet of Curiosities. One song recorded here, "Suffer Some", had not been officially released in any form until 2003, when the revamped incarnation of the band dusted it off (and reworked it a great deal) for inclusion on their comeback album Strays.
Note about "June Street Studios": Many bootleg collectors list this recording as being from June Street Studios. This is one of the biggest fallacies regarding Jane's Addiction bootlegs. The bootleg company that first released it, Totonka, casually mentioned June Street Studios in the small print on the back of the bootleg CD, Song List. Since no other location info was given, fans assumed that was where the recording was from. But actually, June Street Studios was the name of Totonka's headquarters, where they put their bootleg CDs together. Just look on the back of another of the company's releases, Live And Profane (which consists of some live Jane's shows). First of all, the shows are mislabeled, bringing the company's credibility into question. And near the bottom is reads, "mixed + cut @ June Street Studios with Diatonic Processing." So hopefully that clears things up. Again, Jane's Addiction never recorded at June Street Studios, it's just the home of a bootleg company.

"additional WB/publishing demo"
Date: September 1987
Location: Hully Gully Studios, Los Angeles, California
Musicians: Perry Farrell (v), Dave Navarro (g), Stephen Perkins (d), Eric Avery (b)
Producer: Perry Farrell
Tracks recorded:
Ted, Just Admit It...
My Cat's Name Is Maceo (aka "Macio")
No One's Leaving
Additional notes: This session was probably done as kind of an addition to the WB/publishing demo to record three newly written songs. While the band probably didn't spend too much time on the songs ("No One's Leaving" was recorded on the first take, and the others might have been as well), "Ted" and "No One's Leaving" do have some additional guitar and backing vocals overdubbed on them. "Maceo" is the only track from this session to be widely bootlegged (Paraphernalia). It was later touched up with overdubs (saxophone, backing vocals) and officially released on the Kettle Whistle rarities album in 1997. All three of these tracks (including the un-overdubbed "Maceo") were eventually officially released on the Cabinet of Curiosities box set in 2009.
In a press release for Kettle Whistle, Stephen had this to say: "'Macio' is a really cool track that was named after Perry's cat, but also after (one-time James Brown horn player) Maceo Parker. It's a silly song, and was recorded at Lillian Way studios as a demo. WB paid for a session for us to record all of the songs Jane's Addiction had ever written so they could decide which ones they liked."
But I'm rather certain "Maceo" is not from the original WB/publishing session. The liner notes to Kettle Whistle state it was recorded at Hully Gully Studios, not Lillian Way. So in that interview, Stephen must've forgotten it came from the additional three song session.

"production demo"
Date: January 1988
Location: Capital Recording Studio, Los Angeles, California
Musicians: Perry Farrell (v), Dave Navarro (g), Stephen Perkins (d), Eric Avery (b)
Producer: Perry Farrell
Tracks recorded:
Ocean Size (version 1)
Ocean Size (version 2)
Additional notes: In a press-release for Kettle Whistle, Stephen said: "Warners was trying to find a producer for us on the first record, but we said, 'No, we want produce it ourselves, at least co-produce it.' So they agreed to put us into a studio and let us produce a track ourselves. We did this cool sounding version of 'Ocean Size' and when Warners heard it, they gave us the thumbs up to CO-produce the next record. Unfortunately no one remembers the studio where we recorded it, and no one can find the multi-track, so we're using the cassette version of it for the new record."
The liner notes say Capital Recording Studio, so I guess someone eventually remembered after this interview took place. The two versions of "Ocean Size" sound nearly identical. The first version is the one that made it onto Kettle Whistle. The song is also included in the Cabinet of Curiosities box set, I believe it's the first version again.

"the sunshine demos"
Date: circa late 87/early 88
Location: ?, Los Angeles, California
Musicians: Perry Farrell (v), Dave Navarro (g), Stephen Perkins (d), Eric Avery (b)
Producer: Perry Farrell, ?
Tracks recorded:
? (90 minutes of various songs & works in progress)
Additional notes: Possibly the most mysterious Jane's recording, not much is known about the Sunshine Demos. Nothing from the tape is known to have circulated so far. Here's what long-time Jane's fan Gavin Murphy had to say about it:

Dave Jerden said that there is basically nothing left in the vaults except for alternate takes and a few odds & ends. he did say that there is an awesome take of Perry reading "had a dad" in a slow poetry fashion that he has in his personal collection.. Then Dave said "you want to know what is the best Janes Addiction unreleased tape that no one has?? that is the sunshine demo tape they gave me before we started working on NShocking. that tape was 90 minutes of various songs & works in progress. the sound and performance on that tape is amazing and there are songs on that tape that have never appeared anywhere!!" Jerden did clarify through questioning that the sunshine demos were NOT the scratch demos (AKA "song list") that appeared on bootlegs. The sunshine demos were given directly to Jerden to give him an idea of EVERYTHING they were working on.

Wow! sounds pretty cool, huh? But if it's so great and there are unreleased songs on it, why weren't any released on Kettle Whistle or A Cabinet of Curiosities? Murphy later told me Jerden said the tape was not filled with only complete songs.. There were some instrumental jams, and song fragments, along with finished songs.
Murphy speculates that the name "Sunshine Demos" could possibly indicate "So What!" is included in some form on the tape (noting the lyrics: "early morning, the sun is yawning"). The song, newly recorded for Kettle Whistle in 1997, is rumored to have evolved from an old unfinished idea, so it's a conceivable theory.
Murphy adds, "My friend Randy from Fullerton heard a full blown finished version of 'Kettle Whistle' (the song) played over the soundsystem of the Coconut Teaser (a club in Hollywood) in spring of '90. Jerden was elusive about this." Perhaps the track was from the Sunshine Demos? Maybe it was the old 4-track demo version? Or maybe it was from the "preliminary ritual sessions" (below).
Ultimately, though, there are many questions as to the legitimacy of the Sunshine Demos and their existence. Some fans speculate the tape was simply a compilation of demos previously mentioned here, perhaps along with some various 4-track ideas. Hopefully additional details come to light someday.


"early nothing's shocking session"
Date: February 25, 1988
Location: El Dorado Studios, Los Angeles, California
Musicians: Perry Farrell (v), Dave Navarro (g), Stephen Perkins (d), Eric Avery (b)
Producer: Dave Jerden and Perry Farrell
Tracks recorded:
Had a Dad
Idiots Rule
Summertime Rolls
Mountain Song
Additional notes: A session early in the recording of Nothing's Shocking. Though no tracks from this recording have been officially released, it has been widely bootlegged (Paraphernalia). The songs don't vary too incredibly from the finished versions. "Idiots Rule" is without horns. The vocals in "Summertime Rolls" are sung much lower, possibly meant as backing vocals. "Mountain Song" has slightly different sounding vocals (again, perhaps meant as backing vocals) and a different, weirder guitar solo.
I don't mean to imply that this session was the only preliminary Nothing's Shocking session, but likely just one of many sessions done early in the recording of the album. This one just happened to leak out somehow.

"nothing's shocking sessions"
Date: January 1988 through April 1988
Location: El Dorado Studios, Los Angeles, California
Musicians: Perry Farrell (v), Dave Navarro (g), Stephen Perkins (d), Eric Avery (b)
Additional Musicians: Christopher Dowd, Angelo Moore, Flea (all 3: horns on Idiots Rule)
Producer: Dave Jerden and Perry Farrell
Tracks recorded:
Up The Beach
Ocean Size
Had A Dad
Ted, Just Admit It...
Standing in the Shower... Thinking
Summertime Rolls
Mountain Song
Idiots Rule
Jane Says
Thank You Boys
Pigs in Zen
Additional notes: The sessions for Nothing's Shocking. No additional songs were recorded, although "Trip Away" and "Whores" were briefly considered. Multiple versions of the songs were most likely recorded, but the band has said they wanted to keep them sounding fresh, so they kept the number of takes to a minimum, even so far as to leave in some mistakes. Not counting the 2-25-88 session mentioned above, only one outtake from Nothing's Shocking has been released or bootlegged, that being a textured version of "Had A Dad" which was rejected by Warner Bros at the time, but later appeared on the Kettle Whistle rarities album.
I've been reminded about the "Jane Says" demo which is listed on the Live & Rare import cd. But as anyone who's heard it can tell you, there's no way it's really a demo, rather just the album version mislabeled.

"preliminary ritual sessions"
Date: mid 1989 (circa June/July)
Location: Track Record, Los Angeles, California
Musicians: Perry Farrell (v), Dave Navarro (g), Stephen Perkins (d), Eric Avery (b)
Producer: Dave Jerden and Perry Farrell
Tracks recorded:
Been Caught Stealing
?
Additional notes: The preliminary recording for Ritual de lo Habitual. Things were not working out, so recording was halted, additional studio time which was already bought was canceled, and the band went on hiatus. Perry vacationed in Mexico, Eric messed around in a side band called Daisy Chamber, Dave tried to deal with his drug addiction, and Stephen hung began playing with the band Infectious Grooves. Jane's would later try it again around Spring of 1990. One track from these early sessions has been released: a casual, loungey version of "Been Caught Stealing" that appeared on the Kettle Whistle rarities album. And I think the "my sex and my drugs and my rock n roll" thing that became the intro to "Ain't No Right" might have been taken from these sessions, but I'm not sure about that. It's unknown which other tracks were recorded during this time, but it's a safe bet that most of the songs that ended up on the album were at least sketched out here. I've been told by a source close to the band that they actually attempted/planned to come up with some new songs during this time, but heavy drug use and animosity between band members prevented it. So they decided to stick to songs they had previously written. Only "Of Course" and "Been Caught Stealing" had not already been performed live many times prior to recording, and even those 2 songs were rough ideas the band had been kicking around long before heading into the studio. As for speculating about other song ideas that may have possibly been tossed around during this time, "Kettle Whistle", "Suffer Some", and "Slow Divers" were finished songs the band could have dusted off. "Blood Rag" and "Bad Shit" were rough ideas (both of which later became Porno For Pyros songs). The instrumental "San Francisco" was also around-- not sure if Perry ever attempted to come up with lyrics to it (it would go on to be recorded as "Iris" by Deconstruction).


"ritual sessions"
Date: circa early 1990
Location: Track Record, Los Angeles, California
Musicians: Perry Farrell (v), Dave Navarro (g), Stephen Perkins (d), Eric Avery (b)
Additional Musicians: John Phillip Shenale (strings on Then She Did), Charlie Bisharat (violins on Then She Did and Of Course), Geoff Stradling (piano on Then She Did), Ronnie S. Champagne (bass on Of Course)
Producer: Dave Jerden and Perry Farrell
Tracks recorded:
Stop!
No One's Leaving
Ain't No Right
Obvious
Been Caught Stealing
Three Days
Then She Did...
Of Course
Classic Girl
Additional notes: The recording of Ritual de lo Habitual. Incidentally, it was recorded on 32 track digital tape, an odd format that's not used very often. Again, no additional songs were recorded. Multiple takes of each song were most likely recorded. But since the songs were often pieced together (the band members came in either alone or two or three at a time to do their parts), there probably aren't many 'finished' outtakes. The exception to this setup is "Three Days," for which the band all came together to play, and successfully recorded on the first take, with overdubbing done later. Besides the aforementioned "Been Caught Stealing" outtake from the 1989 sessions, no demos/outtakes from Ritual have been uncovered. There was, however, a rare bootleg vinyl 7'' that came out around the time Ritual was released which included rough mixes of  "Stop" and "Ain't No Right". "Three Days" and "Obvious" surfaced as well. The 4 songs sound virtually identical to their official counterparts, only much worse quality. These tracks are sometimes erroneously listed on bootleg collectors' lists as "Ritual Demos". A complete rough mix of the album's 9 tracks surfaced years later, in slightly better quality, though still not varying hardly at all from the album versions of the songs.

"ripple session"
Date: Fall 1990 (sometime between late August and early October)
Location: Konk Studios, North London
Musicians: Perry Farrell (v), Dave Navarro (g), Stephen Perkins (d), Eric Avery (b)
Producer: Ralph Sall and Perry Farrell
Track recorded:
Ripple
Additional notes: While on tour in the UK, the band took a moment to record a Grateful Dead song for the tribute/benefit album, Deadicated. The session, done at The Kinks' recording studio, was the last time Eric Avery recorded with Jane's before the September 1991 break up.

"new kettle whistle session"
Date: early August 1997
Location: Mount Mehru Studios, Venice, California
Musicians: Perry Farrell, Dave Navarro, Stephen Perkins, Flea
Producer: Perry Farrell and Harry Gregson' Williams
Track recorded:
Kettle Whistle
Additional notes: New track recorded for inclusion on the Jane's rarities album, at the time called It's My Party, later renamed after the song. Additional new song fragments may have been recorded here, but I'm not sure.

"so what session"
Date: mid September 1997
Location: Cherokee Studios, Los Angeles, California
Musicians: Perry Farrell, Dave Navarro, Stephen Perkins, Flea
Additional Musicians: Dave Fridmann (keyboards), Kevin Haskins (programming/samples), Christine Cagle (backing vocals)
Producer: Dave Fridmann and Perry Farrell
Track recorded:
So What!
Additional notes: Second new song recorded for Kettle Whistle. Basic tracks recorded on September 9th, 1997, with overdubbing and such done over the following couple weeks. Again, additional new song fragments may have been recorded here as well.

"hypersonic/strays demos"
Date: circa March/April 2002
Location: Los Angeles, California
Musicians: Perry Farrell (v), Dave Navarro (g), Stephen Perkins (d), Martyn LeNoble (b)
Producer: Perry Farrell?
Tracks recorded:
Suffer Some
Hypersonic
To Match The Sun
Everybody's Friend
Bring The Mood
True Nature
Additional notes: After the 2001 Jane's tour with Martyn LeNoble on bass, the guys to headed into the studio to work on new material in March of 2002. Popping up online in early 2008, these early demos are very raw compared to the finished versions that were eventually released. Many fans complained producer Bob Ezrin's slick sound did a disservice to the songs on Strays, but in these rough demos, that sheen isn't clouding the songs.
Here's a quote from Martyn LeNoble:

Bob Ezrin didn't really understand Jane's Addiction musically. I remember arguing with him, "Like man, have you listened to Ritual?" He goes, "Frankly, I can't get through it. I think it sounds horrible. I'm going to make this a real rock band instead of an art rock band." Well, he succeeded. He took all the magic out of it. He made a rock record. The most magical moments on the Jane's Addiction records are the quiet little adventures to the left, and, of course Eric's magic bass. Eric Avery is the man.

One song from these demos, "Bring The Mood", didn't make the cut for the album and has not been officially released.


"hypersonic/strays sessions"
Date: circa mid 2002-early 2003
Location: Henson Recording studios, Los Angeles, California
Musicians: Perry Farrell (v), Dave Navarro (g), Stephen Perkins (d), Chris Chaney (b)
Additional Musicians: John Shanks (mandolin); Scott Page (saxophone); Bob Ezrin (keyboards, percussion); Aaron Embry (keyboards, kalimba); Zack Ray (keyboards); Mike Finnegan (organ); Brendan Hawkins, Joe Bishara, Brian Virtue (programming); Donna Brooks-Jackson, Kim Hill (background vocals); Martyn LeNoble (bass.. though his parts were all re-done by Chris Chaney on the finished version.)
Producer: Bob Ezrin and Brian Virtue
Tracks recorded:
True Nature
Strays
Just Because
The Price I Pay
The Riches
Superhero
Wrong Girl
Everybody's Friend
Suffer Some
Hypersonic
To Match The Sun
..plus a few more... possibly:
Bring The Mood
Cling to You
Additional notes: The recording sessions for Jane's comeback album, tentatively called Hypersonic at the time, but later changed to Strays. Martyn LeNoble was fired in Summer 2003 and replaced by Chris Chaney, who Perry and Bob Ezrin had re-recorded Martyn's bass parts. Perry said the tracks were all recorded "live band" with overdubs done later. According to MTV News, Jane's "completed around 20 songs for the album. They're currently [Dec '02] mixing the completed tracks, then they'll pare down the material to an album's worth of songs. Leftover cuts may surface on future soundtracks or compilations."
Some early mixes leaked to the net months before the CD release. Known to fans as "Hyperleaked", notable differences on this recording include an ending section to "True Nature" that was taken off the finished version. Inversely, the leaked version of "The Riches" is shorter, missing the ending that's on the finished CD. There are smaller differences to many of the other tracks as well: different guitar solos, extended intros / outros, different mix, etc. One album cut, "Wrong Girl", was not among the initial leaked tracks.

"the reznor sessions"
Date: circa December 2008 / January 2009
Location: ?, Los Angeles, California
Musicians: Perry Farrell (v), Dave Navarro (g), Stephen Perkins (d), Eric Avery (b)
Producer: Trent Reznor, Alan Moulder, and Atticus Ross
Tracks recorded:
Embrace The Darkness
I'll Protect You
Whores
Chip Away
Additional notes: After reuniting with original bassist Eric Avery, the band eventually entered the studio to work on new songs near the end of 2008 or early 2009. The two new tracks, "Embrace The Darkness" and "I'll Protect You" were left unfinished, however, due to tension between the guys, allegedly with Eric and Perry clashing over the direction of the songs. Instead, two old tracks were recorded, "Whores" and "Chip Away", both of which had been put out in live form on the first Jane's Addiction album (Triple X), but hadn't ever had studio versions released. These two tracks were made available for free download on a site promoting the upcoming tour with Nine Inch Nails in May-July 2009. The NINJA 2009 Summer Tour EP was made available through NINJA2009.com on March 20, 2009, with multitracks to the two Jane's songs being made available on remix.nin.com a few days later. The two new songs have remained unheard by fans (They have not been performed live either). Dave has commented that while he likes the new songs, neither was quite good enough to be the first new JA song (from the classic lineup) in 18 years. According to Eric, during the time of these sessions, the band "manages to almost implode again. so again, the answer is hit the road play some shows and see if we can keep it together and get some good mojo going." Unfortunately, things didn't quite work out that way and Eric officially left the band again after touring commitments were completed in early 2010. The band continued on with Duff McKagan taking over on bass, and it's believed "Embrace The Darkness" and "I'll Protect You" were dropped in favor of writing all new material.


Other recording sessions (I don't really count these as actual sessions, but they're worth mentioning)
early 1986 - Dave's House (acoustic 4-track demo of "Kettle Whistle" recorded. The tape was then played on some college radio stations, but never really distributed much. It can be assumed the band recorded similar 4-track demos of other songs as well.)
early 1987 - The Edge, Los Angeles (overdubs recorded on the Roxy 1/26/87 live show which was then released on Triple X Records as their first album. I believe a purely studio version of "Chip Away" was also recorded here, possibly along with other songs.)
mid 1991 - ? ("Don't Call Me Nigger, Whitey" recorded with Ice-T and Ernie C for Gift video.)
September 1991 - New Zealand (while touring down under, the band was rumored to record a song for SPCA [society for the prevention of cruelty to animals] called "Skinny Puppy", but it has yet to surface and there is not much proof that the recording ever actually happened. This info comes from someone who told sonny about a Jane's tour itinerary which mentioned it. I suspect that it was not a Jane's session at all, rather a band member (likely Stephen) or even a crew member was scheduled to work on a track by the band called Skinny Puppy, who was known to be active in animal rights causes.)
fall 1997 - Media Ventures, Santa Monica (overdubs recorded on "Maceo" and "Slow Divers" for release on Kettle Whistle.)

Radio sessions (not really demos, just recordings done in radio station studios.)
August 1986 - KXLU, Loyola Marymount College Radio, Los Angeles (The band played 4 songs acoustically ["My Time", "Jane Says", "Sympathy"{w/Michael B. on tambourine}, "Ain't No Right"])
1986 through 1987 - Los Angeles (I assume the band did other college radio sessions around the LA area in the early years.)
November 1988 - Sherman Oaks (Perry and Dave do "City" for the Soul Kiss video and are interviewed for the "Words And Music" promo. Not really a radio session, but close enough. Interview by Roy Trakin, produced by John Brumbach, and edited by Marc O. Graue.)
Late 1990 - BBC Studios, England (the band played "Been Caught Stealing" for BBC TV.)

That's it. If any in-the-know person reads this and can help out with any additions or corrections, please drop me an email! Thanks.

Gavin Bachner [gavin7 at gmail dot com]
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