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The Rolling Stones To Release Historic Radio Recordings

by Paul Cashmere on October 20, 2017

in News

The Rolling Stones have compiled historic radio recordings from their early days to be released as ‘On Air’ in December.

The tracklisting for the album will include eight songs never recorded or released commercially by The Stones before.

Recordings for the album were done for the BBC shows Saturday Club, The Joe Loss Pop Show, Blues in Rhythm, Top Gear and Yeah Yeah between 1963 and 1965.

The ‘On Air’ project will be available as a one of two disc set or fans with bucks can lash out for the deluxe coffee table edition with the book ‘The Rolling Stones – On Air’.

‘On Air’ will be released on December 1, 2017

CD 1
1. Come On (Saturday Club, 1963)
2. (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction (Saturday Club, 1965)
3. Roll Over Beethoven (Saturday Club, 1963)
4. The Spider And The Fly (Yeah Yeah, 1965)
5. Cops And Robbers (Blues in Rhythm, 1964)
6. It’s All Over Now (The Joe Loss Pop Show, 1964)
7. Route 66 (Blues in Rhythm, 1964)
8. Memphis, Tennessee (Saturday Club, 1963)
9. Down The Road Apiece (Top Gear, 1965)
10. The Last Time (Top Gear, 1965)
11. Cry To Me (Saturday Club, 1965)
12. Mercy, Mercy (Yeah Yeah, 1965)
13. Oh! Baby (We Got A Good Thing Goin’) (Saturday Club, 1965)
14. Around And Around (Top Gear, 1964)
15. Hi Heel Sneakers (Saturday Club, 1964)
16. Fannie Mae (Saturday Club, 1965)
17. You Better Move On (Blues in Rhythm, 1964)
18. Mona (Blues In Rhythm, 1964)

CD 2
1. I Wanna Be Your Man (Saturday Club, 1964)
2. Carol (Saturday Club, 1964)
3. I’m moving On (The Joe Loss Pop Show, 1964)
4. If You Need Me (The Joe Loss Pop Show, 1964)
5. Walking The Dog (Saturday Club, 1964)
6. Confessin’ The Blues (The Joe Loss Pop Show, 1964)
7. Everybody Needs Somebody To Love (Top Gear, 1965)
8. Ain’t That Loving You Baby (Rhythm And Blues, 1964)
9. Beautiful Delilah (Saturday Club, 1964)
10. Crackin’ Up (Top Gear, 1964)
11. I Can’t Be Satisfied (Top Gear, 1964)
12. I Just Want to Make Love To You (Saturday Club, 1964)
13. 2120 South Michigan Avenue (Rhythm and Blues, 1964)

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