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  • #31
    Another compilation?
    They have been working on the album since about 2 years and there is still no news

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    • #32
      I don't have a problem with a compilation, but somehow I think they rarely do a great one. This tracklisting sounds strange too.

      Grrr was fine, but sadly it can't be bought regularly anymore. :/
      I am not trying to seduce you... Would you like me to seduce you? Is that what you're trying to tell me?

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      • #33
        The previously unissued Rolling Stones concert film Bridges To Bremen has been confirmed for release by Eagle Vision on 21 June. It captures a complete 1998 show from the final leg of the band’s year-long tour in support of the Bridges To Babylon album, which went platinum or gold in many countries around the world.

        The set will be available on DVD, Blu-ray, digital, DVD + 2CD, Blu-ray + 2CD, triple vinyl and digital audio formats. It has been completely restored, remixed and remastered for the new release. In addition to the complete show at the Weserstadion in Bremen in northwestern Germany, all physical visual formats will feature four tracks from the Stones’ performances at Soldier Field in Chicago as bonus features.

        The Bridges To Babylon Tour was the first on which the band used a permanent B-stage feature, allowing fans in the middle of stadia a surprise close-up view. It also marked the first time that fans were able to vote on the Stones’ website for a favourite track to be added to the night’s set list: at the Bremen show, they opted for ‘Memory Motel.’

        Bridges To Bremen content

        Visual formats:

        1. (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction
        2. Let’s Spend The Night Together
        3. Flip The Switch
        4. Gimme Shelter
        5. Anybody Seen My Baby?
        6. Paint It Black
        7. Saint Of Me
        8. Out Of Control
        9. Memory Motel
        10. Miss You
        11. Thief In The Night
        12. Wanna Hold You
        13. It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll (But I Like It)
        14. You Got Me Rocking
        15. Like A Rolling Stone
        16. Sympathy For The Devil
        17. Tumbling Dice
        18. Honky Tonk Women
        19. Start Me Up
        20. Jumpin’ Jack Flash
        21. You Can’t Always Get What You Want
        22. Brown Sugar
        Bridges To Chicago bonus performances:
        1. Rock And A Hard Place
        2. Under My Thumb
        3. All About You
        4. Let It Bleed

        Audio formats:

        (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction
        Let’s Spend The Night Together
        Flip The Switch
        Gimme Shelter
        Anybody Seen My Baby?
        Paint It Black
        Saint Of Me
        Out Of Control
        Memory Motel
        Miss You
        Thief In The Night
        Wanna Hold You
        It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll (But I Like It)
        You Got Me Rocking
        Like A Rolling Stone
        Sympathy For The Devil
        Tumbling Dice
        Honky Tonk Women
        Start Me Up
        Jumpin’ Jack Flash
        You Can’t Always Get What You Want
        Brown Sugar
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        • #34
          Hope Mick gets well soon

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          • #35
            The Rolling Stones will reissue their famed Rock and Roll Circus concert as a massive multi-media box set June 7th via ABKCO.

            The Stones hosted the Rock and Roll Circus in December 1968, performing alongside an all-star lineup that also featured the Who, Yoko Ono, Jethro Tull, Taj Mahal, Marianne Faithfull and the impromptu supergroup the Dirty Mac, comprising John Lennon, Keith Richards, Mitch Mitchell and Eric Clapton. Director Michael Lindsay-Hogg filmed the performance for a planned BBC special, though it never aired due to Brian Jones’ departure from the band and eventual death soon after (the show marked his last public performance with the Stones). It wasn’t until 1996 that Rock and Roll Circus was officially released.

            The Rock and Roll Circus reissue will feature remastered audio and video from the original concert, and a version of the Stones performing “Parachute Woman” is available to stream. The track list will also include some bonus material like three additional Taj Mahal songs and never-before-heard recordings of the Dirty Mac performing the Beatles’ “Revolution” and a “Warmup Jam.” The film will also feature new commentary tracks from Richards, Mick Jagger, Lindsay-Hogg, Ono, Faithfull and cinematographer Tony Richmond, plus an on-camera interview with Pete Townshend.

            The new Rock and Roll Circus box set is available to pre-order and will be released in several formats, including a three-LP set that marks the first time the soundtrack has been released on vinyl. The deluxe edition will boast a two-CD soundtrack, as well as versions of the film on DVD and Blu-ray. The box set will also feature a 44-page book with David Dalton’s essay about the event for Rolling Stone, plus photographs by Michael Randolf.

            Track List

            The Film
            “Song For Jeffrey” – Jethro Tull
            “A Quick One While He’s Away” – The Who
            “Ain’t That A Lot Of Love” – Taj Mahal
            “Something Better” – Marianne Faithfull
            “Yer Blues” – The Dirty Mac
            “Whole Lotta Yoko” – Yoko Ono & Ivry Gitlis, and The Dirty Mac
            “Jumpin’ Jack Flash” – The Rolling Stones
            “Parachute Woman” – The Rolling Stones
            “No Expectations” – The Rolling Stones
            “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” – The Rolling Stones
            “Sympathy for the Devil” – The Rolling Stones
            “Salt Of The Earth” – The Rolling Stones

            Extras
            Widescreen Feature, Aspect Ratio: 16:9 (65 min)
            Pete Townshend Interview, Aspect Ratio: 4×3 (18 min)
            The Dirty Mac:
            “Yer Blues” Tk2 Quad Split, Aspect Ratio: 4×3 (5:43)
            Taj Mahal:
            -“Checkin’ Up On My Baby,” Aspect Ratio: 4×3 (5:37)
            -“Leaving Trunk,” Aspect Ratio: 4×3 (6:20)
            -“Corinna,” Aspect Ratio: 4×3 (3:49)
            Julius Katchen:
            -“de Falla: Ritual Fire Dance,” Aspect Ratio: 4×3 (6:30)
            -“Mozart: Sonata In C Major-1st Movement,” Aspect Ratio: 4×3 (2:27)
            Mick & The Tiger/ Luna & The Tiger, Ratio: 4×3 (1:35)
            Bill Wyman & The Clowns, Aspect Ratio: 4×3 (2:00)
            Lennon, Jagger, & Yoko backstage, Aspect Ratio: 4×3 (45sec)

            Film Commentary Tracks
            — Life Under The Big Top (Artists) Featuring: Mick Jagger, Ian Anderson, Taj Mahal, Yoko Ono, Bill Wyman, Keith Richards (65 min)
            — Framing The Show (Director & Cinematographer) Featuring: Michael Lindsay Hogg, Tony Richmond (65 min)
            — Musings (artists, writer, fan who was there) Featuring: Marianne Faithfull, David Dalton, David Stark (50 min)

            The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus Expanded Audio Edition
            1. Mick Jagger’s Introduction Of Rock And Roll Circus – Mick Jagger
            2. “Entry Of The Gladiators” – Circus Band
            3. Mick Jagger’s Introduction Of Jethro Tull – Mick Jagger
            4. “Song For Jeffrey” – Jethro Tull
            5. Keith Richards’ Introduction Of The Who – Keith Richards
            6. “A Quick One While He’s Away” – The Who
            7. “Over The Waves” – Circus Band
            8. “Ain’t That A Lot Of Love” – Taj Mahal
            9. Charlie Watts’ Introduction Of Marianne Faithfull – Charlie Watts
            10. “Something Better” – Marianne Faithfull
            11. Mick Jagger’s and John Lennon’s Introduction Of The Dirty Mac
            12. “Yer Blues” – The Dirty Mac
            13. “Whole Lotta Yoko” – Yoko Ono & Ivry Gitlis with The Dirty Mac
            14. John Lennon’s Introduction Of The Rolling Stones + Jumpin’ Jack Flash – The Rolling Stones
            15. “Parachute Woman” – The Rolling Stones
            16. “No Expectations” – The Rolling Stones
            17. “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” – The Rolling Stones
            18. “Sympathy for the Devil” – The Rolling Stones
            19. “Salt Of The Earth” – The Rolling Stones
            BONUS TRACKS
            20. “Checkin’ Up On My Baby” – Taj Mahal
            21. “Leaving Trunk” – Taj Mahal
            22. “Corinna” – Taj Mahal
            23. “Revolution” (rehearsal) – The Dirty Mac
            24. “Warmup Jam” – The Dirty Mac
            25. “Yer Blues” (take 2) – The Dirty Mac
            26. Brian Jones’ Introduction of Julius Katchen – Brian Jones
            27. de Falla: Ritual Fire Dance – Julius Katchen
            28. Mozart: Sonata In C Major-1st Movement – Julius Katchen
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            • #36
              New rescheduled dates for the NoFilter tour!

              June 21 – Chicago, IL @ Soldier Field

              June 25 – Chicago, IL @ Soldier Field

              June 29 – Ontario, Canada @ Burl’s Creek

              July 3 – Washington, DC @ FedExField

              July 7 – Foxboro, MA @ Gillette Stadium

              July 14 – New Orleans, LA @ Mercedes-Benz Superdome

              July 19 – Jacksonville, FL @ TIAA Bank Field

              July 23 – Philadelphia, PA @ Lincoln Financial Field

              July 27 – Houston, TX @ NRG Stadium

              Aug. 1 – East Rutherford, NJ @ MetLife Stadium

              Aug. 5 – East Rutherford, NJ @ MetLife Stadium

              Aug. 10 – Denver, CO @ Broncos Stadium at Mile High

              Aug. 14 – Seattle, WA @ CenturyLink Field

              Aug. 18 – Santa Clara, CA @ Levi’s®️ Stadium

              Aug. 22 – Pasadena, CA @ The Rose Bowl

              Aug. 26 – Glendale, AZ @ State Farm Stadium

              Aug. 31 – Miami, FL @ Hard Rock Stadium

              https://rollingstones.com/live/

              isn't that too early after his procedure?

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              • #37
                Rolling Stones Announce ‘Let It Bleed’ 50th-Anniversary Edition

                The Rolling Stones will celebrate the golden anniversary of one of their best albums with a Let It Bleed (50th Anniversary Edition) box.

                The limited-edition set features two LPs and two HybridSuper Audio CDs, newly remastered in stereo and mono by Bob Ludwig. It also includes a replica 7" single of "Honky Tonk Women" / "You Can’t Always Get What You Want," which was released months before the album, in its original picture sleeve.

                The box is rounded out with three 12” x 12” hand-numbered replica-signed lithographs; a 23” x 23” poster featuring art from the original 1969 record; and an 80-page hardcover book that includes previously unpublished photos by the Stones' tour photographer, Ethan Russell.

                The remastered stereo version of Let It Bleed will also be released on CD, as a vinyl LP and digitally. You can watch an unboxing of the set, available on Nov. 1, below.



                Let It Bleed was released in late November 1969, as the '60s were winding down. It was the second album in the Rolling Stones' career-best run that stretched into the early '70s and also included Beggars Banquet (1968), Sticky Fingers (1971) and Exile on Main St. (1972). In a way, the album represented the end of the long, hard decade, as themes of disillusionment and a looming apocalypse prevail.

                The band's free concert at Altamont Speedway in Tracy, Calif., on Dec. 6 – in which an audience member was stabbed to death by a Hells Angel, the biker group hired as security for the event – pretty much tied Let It Bleed's dark tone to the end of the brutal '60s.

                It remains a highlight of the Stones' career, a milestone work that carried the band from one glorious decade into another and includes the classic tracks "Gimme Shelter," "You Can't Always Get What You Want," "Midnight Rambler," "Let It Bleed," "Love in Vain," "Monkey Man" and "You Got the Silver." You can see the track listing for the 50th Anniversary Limited Deluxe Edition below.

                “When we did the first Let It Bleed remaster in 2002, our intention was to pay homage to the original work,” said Ludwig, who also had a hand in remastering other classic Stones albums over the years. “When we did this new version, the purpose was to make it as great as it could possibly sound. If you listen on a good set of speakers or good headphones, you’ll hear subtle things in the background that are now much more clear that were somewhat hidden before.”

                You can watch a new lyric video for the remastered version of "Monkey Man" below.



                The Rolling Stones, 'Let It Bleed (50th Anniversary Limited Deluxe Edition)' Track Listing

                LP 1 - Stereo
                Side 1
                1. "Gimme Shelter"
                2. "Love In Vain"
                3. "Country Honk"
                4. "Live With Me"
                5. "Let It Bleed"
                Side 2
                1. "Midnight Rambler"
                2. "You Got the Silver"
                3. "Monkey Man"
                4. "You Can’t Always Get What You Want"

                LP 2 - Mono

                Hybrid Super Audio CD 1 - Stereo

                Hybrid Super Audio CD 2 - Mono

                7” vinyl single - (Mono)
                Side A – "Honky Tonk Women"
                Side B – "You Can’t Always Get What You Want"
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                • #38
                  Rolling Stones Prep Unreleased Concert Film ‘Bridges to Buenos Aires’




                  The Rolling Stones will issue a previously unreleased live album and concert film, Bridges to Buenos Aires, November 8th.

                  The set captures the Stones’ full April 5th, 1998 gig at the River Plate Stadium in Buenos Aires, Argentina, which capped off a five-night, sold-out run at the venue. The two-hour show featured selections from the band’s then-recent album Bridges to Babylon, alongside plenty of classics and a special cameo from Bob Dylan, who joined the Stones for a rendition of “Like a Rolling Stone.”

                  A new trailer for Bridges to Buenos Aires features a few snippets of Dylan’s appearance, while it also teases renditions of “Jumpin’ Jack Flash,” “Flip the Switch” and “You Can’t Always Get What You Want.”

                  ridges to Buenos Aires is available to pre-order and will be released as a two CD set with either a DVD or Blu-ray. It will also be issued on digital video, digital audio and a limited edition translucent blue, 180 gram triple vinyl LP. The concert film was restored from the original master tapes, while the audio was remixed and remastered from the live multitrack recordings.

                  Bridges to Buenos Aires follows the Bridges to Bremen concert film and live album, which was released in June and captured the band’s September 2nd, 1998 show in the German city.

                  Track List

                  1. “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction”
                  2. “Let’s Spend The Night Together”
                  3. “Flip The Switch”
                  4. “Gimme Shelter”
                  5. “Sister Morphine”
                  6. “Its Only Rock ‘n’ Roll (But I Like It)”
                  7. “Saint Of Me”
                  8. “Out Of Control”
                  9. “Miss You”
                  10. “Like A Rolling Stone” (featuring Bob Dylan)
                  11. “Thief In The Night”
                  12. “Wanna Hold You”
                  13. “Little Queenie”
                  14. “When The Whip Comes Down”
                  15. “You Got Me Rocking”
                  16. “Sympathy For The Devil”
                  17. “Tumbling Dice”
                  18. “Honky Tonk Women”
                  19. “Start Me Up”
                  20. “Jumpin’ Jack Flash”
                  21. “You Can’t Always Get What You Want”
                  22. “Brown Sugar”
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                  • #39
                    The Rolling Stones‘ 1973 album Goats Head Soup will be reissued as a super deluxe edition box set in August

                    The 3CD+blu-ray package will offer a brand new stereo mix, a 5.1 surround and Dolby Atmos mix, a disc of rarities and alternate mixes and the much desired ‘Brussels Affair’ concert, recorded live at the Forest National Arena in October 1973 is reissued on CD for the first time outside Japan.

                    The stereo and surround mixes have been created from the original session files and the rarities disc includes three previously unreleased tracks: ‘Scarlet’ (featuring guitar by Jimmy Page), ‘All The Rage’ and ‘Criss Cross’.



                    The super deluxe edition (or should that be souper deluxe?) includes a 120-page book, which sounds McCartney-esque in style, with loads of photos and three essays: 50 Years On – An Appreciation of Goats Head Soup by Ian McCann, Brussels Affair Live 1973 Tour by Nick Kent and The Story Of The Cover Art by Darryl Easlea. This set also includes four 1973 reproduction tour posters which are rolled up, not folded.

                    A 4LP vinyl box is also available which contains the new stereo mix, the rarities disc and the Brussels Affair, while a 2LP edition omits the live gig and a single vinyl LP offers just the new mix of the album. ALL the vinyl is half-speed mastered.

                    Similarly, 2CD and single CD options are available. So I make that SIX physical formats in total.

                    Goats Head Soup will be reissued on 4 September 2020. You can purchase some formats from the SDE shop, using this link or the button below. Other formats and other options are in the widgets!
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