Old Stones roll again

New al­bum re­lease col­lects band's 60s ra­dio ses­sions.

Classic Rock - - The Dirt -

A collection of rarely heard ra­dio record­ings from the Rolling Stones’ for­ma­tive years is re­leased on De­cem­ber 1 via Poly­dor. All the ma­te­rial on The Rolling Stones – On Air was recorded by the line-up of Mick Jag­ger, Keith Richards, Char­lie Watts, Brian Jones and Bill Wy­man be­tween 1963 and 1965, and was orig­i­nally broad­cast on by­gone BBC shows in­clud­ing Satur­day Club and Top Gear, Rhythm And Blues and The Joe Loss Pop Show. A ver­sion of the band’s first ever sin­gle, Come On, re­leased in June 1963, recorded for Satur­day Club, is avail­able now on dig­i­tal and streaming ser­vices.

The al­bum is avail­able in mul­ti­ple for­mats, in­clud­ing limited-edi­tion yel­low vinyl, al­bum and book bun­dles, CD and dig­i­tal down­load. A two-disc deluxe edi­tion adds a fur­ther 14 songs in­clud­ing I Wanna Be Your Man and 2120 South Michi­gan Av­enue. DL

The Rolling Stones: early TV ses­sions re­leased.

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