Hear the Rolling Stones’ alternative version of “Dead Flowers”

It's taken from their deluxe reissue of Sticky Fingers

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The Rolling Stones have released an alternative version of “Dead Flowers” from their Sticky Fingers album.

The version appears on the band’s deluxe reissue of Sticky Fingers, which is released on June 8; scoll down the page to hear it.

Meanwhile, the Rolling Stones are on the cover of the new Uncut – which is in shops now

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Inside the issue, Mick Jagger shares his memories of recording Sticky Fingers.

Jagger recalls the long recording process for the album, taking in adventures in Muscle Shoals  and Stargroves, backstage fights at the Marquee Club, and some help from Andy Warhol and the Goddess Kali.

We also speak to the album’s engineer Chris Kimsey about working with the Stones on this classic album, while photographer Peter Webb recalls the Sticky Fingers photo shoot and former Stones’ PR Keith Altham gives us an eyewitness account of the Stones’ 1971 UK tour.

The new Uncut is also available to buy digitally

The Rolling Stones opened their Zip Code tour of North America on Sunday, May 24 at San Diego’s Petco Park.

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The next date of the Stones tour is May 30 at Ohio Stadium, Columbus, Ohio.

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