It is reissued on the new 40th anniversary of the 1981 album Tattoo You.
The Rolling Stones have shared a previously unreleased track called ‘Come to the Ball’ – you can listen to it below.
- Read more: Revisit our 2018 video interview with late Rolling Stones legend Charlie Watts
The track appears on the band’s new deluxe reissue of their 1981 album Tattoo You, which was released today (22 October). The newly remastered and expanded 40th anniversary reissue includes nine additional songs as part of the ‘Lost and Found: Rarities’ disc, which was recorded during the same era as the original 11-track album.
‘Come to the Ball’ was co-written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards; It was produced with Jimmy Miller, who is known for producing the classic Stones albums ‘Bagger’s Banquet’, ‘Let It Bleed’, ‘Sticky Fingers’ and ‘Exile on Main St’.
You can listen to the track below.
Other archived tracks include ‘Living in the Heart of Love’, a quintessential Stones rock work-out; a “killer version” of ‘Shame, Shame, Shame’, first recorded in 1963 by Jimmy Reed, one of the band’s blues heroes; His reading of Dobby Gray’s ‘Drift Away’; His cover of The Chi-Lights ‘Troubles a’ Comin’; and a reggae-tinged version of ‘start Me Up’.
The 40th anniversary edition of ‘Tattoo You’ – originally released on August 24, 1981 – also features ‘Still Life: Wembley Stadium 1982’, on ‘Tattoos’ from the band’s London show in June of that year. 26-track live album. visit you.
Wembley shows include The Temptations’ ‘Just My Imagination’, Eddie Cochran’s ‘Twenty Flight Rock’, The Miracles’ ‘Going to a Go Go’ and more. It also included early live broadcasts for tracks from the then new ‘Tattoo You’, such as ‘Start Me Up’, ‘Neighbors’, ‘Little T&A’ and ‘Hang Fire’.
The Rolling Stones are currently in the US on their ‘No Filter’ tour, which will stop in Minneapolis on October 24. This is his first time on the road since the death of drummer Charlie Watts.
In a recent interview, Jagger described the late Stickman as “heartbeat for the band, and a very stable personality”.
“He didn’t have to bother. He was a very reliable person, not a diva – that’s the last thing you want in a drummer,” the frontman continued.
“I miss Charlie because he had a great sense of humor and so were we… Outside the band, we hang out and have interesting times. We loved sports, we went into football, we played cricket. We used to go to sports, and we had other interests besides music.”
You can check out the Stones’ remaining ‘No Filter’ US tour dates below.
24 – Minneapolis, US Bank Stadium
29 – Tampa, Raymond James Stadium
2 – Dallas, Cotton Bowl Stadium
6 – Las Vegas, Elegant Stadium
11 – Atlanta, Mercedes-Benz Stadium
15 – Detroit, Ford Field
20 – Austin, Circuit of the Americas