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The Rolling Stones Album Is Titled ‘Blue and Lonesome’

by Paul Cashmere on October 6, 2016

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More information of the Rolling Stones upcoming blues album is unravelling ahead of the official reveal at midnight tonight (EDST Australia) and 9am New York time (6 October).

The album will be called ‘Blue and Lonesome’. The title is a cover of a Little Walter blues track.

The Rolling Stones used a piece of another Little Walter cover in their tease video yesterday. ‘Just Your Fool’ is expected to be the first song released from the album.

The Stones based their unreleased Steel Wheels track ‘Cook Cook Blues’ on ‘Just Your Fool’.

‘Blue and Lonesome’ was also the template for the unreleased ‘Cocksucker Blues’.

The Rolling Stones performed a surprise gig in Las Vegas earlier this week. They will perform at the Desert Trip shows in Indio California this and next weekend.

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