Rolling Stones Mick Jagger net worth Blue &amp Lonesome new album

Taken from their very first studio album in more than a decade

Rolling Stones Mick Jagger net worth Blue &amp Lonesome new albumPhoto: Wenn

The Rolling Stones have unveiled their cover of Little Walter’s ‘Hate To See You Go’, producing it the second cut to see the light of day from their forthcoming album blues covers album, Blue &amp Lonesome.

The band famed for hits such as ‘Satisfaction’, ‘Gimme Shelter’ and ‘Street Fighting Man’ previously shared the track ‘Just Your Fool’, which sounds outstanding. It offers insight as to the sort of music that shaped them as a band from an early age.

Similarly to the that, this most current track captures the really feel of the blues era with vintage gear and style of playing producing it sound like we’re nonetheless in the ‘60s. The only point that gives it away is the sounds are slightly bolder due to some engineering advances that have occurred but as a entire it’s beautifully vintage. You can listen to a snippet of it under.

The spirit of going in the studio and obtaining the job accomplished quickly that was so crucial to a lot of the energy of the wonderful records of our time was kept. According to a press release, the album was recorded in just 3 days at British Grove Studios in west London and sees the band return to “their roots and the passion for blues music”.

Jagger’s voice is remarkably strong and if he can sing this properly nonetheless, hopefully we’ll see some UK tour dates. It would be a exclusive way for men and women to see The Stones if they do see a tour in assistance of this covers album. They’re presently more than in the US on their Zip Code tour and play Las Vegas tomorrow night (22 October). 

‘Blue &amp Lonesome’ also features covers of songs by, Willie Dixon, Jimmy Reed, Eddie Taylor and Howlin’ Wolf. It sees the band joined on record by touring members Darryl Jones (bass), Chuck Leavell (keyboards) and Matt Clifford (keyboards). Eric Clapton characteristics on two tracks as well.

Tracklisting for Blues &amp Lonesome which is out two December:

1. ‘Just Your Fool’
2. ‘Commit A Crime’
three. ‘Blue And Lonesome’
4. ‘All Of Your Love’
5. ‘I Gotta Go’
6. ‘Everybody Knows About My Good Thing’
7. ‘Ride ‘Em On Down’
8. ‘Hate To See You Go’
9. ‘Hoo Doo Blues’
ten. ‘Little Rain’
11. ‘Just Like I Treat You’
12. ‘I Can not Quit You Baby’

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Isle Of Wight Festival 2016 weather forecast, see the lineup &amp tickets

Will it rain or shine for Queen &amp The Who?

Isle Of Wight Festival 2016 weather forecast, see the lineup &amp tickets Photo: Andy Sidders

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We’re just a few days away from Isle Of Wight Festival 2016 kicking off, and as we prepare to welcome the likes of The Who, Queen &amp Adam Lambert and Stereophonics to the line-up, fans are naturally searching to the skies to see what the weather could have in store. 

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Effectively, it’s mainly good news – with largely mild and warm situations, but a opportunity of rain. As per usual with British festivals, it’s greatest to pack your wellies. 

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According to BBC, right here is the climate forecast for Isle Of Wight Festival 2016:
Thursday 9 June: Some sunny intervals in the morning, but largely cloudy and warm throughout the day and evening as temperatures peak at 23°C.
Friday 10 June: Cloudy all day, with probabilities of light rain all through the evening as temperatures attain a high of  21°C.
&#13 Saturday 11 June: A day of light cloud, with temperatures reaching 21°C.
&#13 Sunday 12 June: Sunny intervals with light rain showers, as temperatures attain 19°C.

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– Study our interview with Isle Of Wight Festival boss John Giddings discussing what to expect, Queen, Prince, David Bowie and the future, here 

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Isle Of Wight festival kicks off from 9-12 June. For tickets, and a lot more information visit here.

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