The track is taken from The Rolling Stones – On Air
On December 1, The Rolling Stones release The Rolling Stones – On Air, a new collection of rarely heard BBC radio recordings from their formative years.
We’re delighted to unveil the latest track taken from the album: a version of Chuck Berry’s “Roll Over Beethoven“, broadcast on Saturday Club on October 26, 1963.
The song was never recorded officially by the band, making this a unique inclusion into the Stones’ storied discography.
You can hear the song below.
The Rolling Stones – On Air will be released by Polydor on CD, double CD deluxe edition, heavy-weight vinyl and special limited-edition coloured vinyl. This album follows the recent release of The Rolling Stones – On Air coffee table book, by Richard Havers and published by Virgin Books.
The track listing for the album is:
Come On – Saturday Club, 1963
(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction – Saturday Club, 1965
Roll Over Beethoven – Saturday Club, 1963
The Spider And The Fly – Yeah Yeah, 1965
Cops And Robbers – Blues in Rhythm, 1964
It’s All Over Now – The Joe Loss Pop Show, 1964
Route 66 – Blues in Rhythm, 1964
Memphis, Tennessee – Saturday Club, 1963
Down The Road Apiece – Top Gear, 1965
The Last Time – Top Gear, 1965
Cry To Me – Saturday Club, 1965
Mercy, Mercy – Yeah Yeah, 1965
Oh! Baby (We Got A Good Thing Goin’) – Saturday Club, 1965
Around And Around – Top Gear, 1964
Hi Heel Sneakers – Saturday Club, 1964
Fannie Mae – Saturday Club, 1965
You Better Move On – Blues in Rhythm, 1964
Mona – Blues In Rhythm, 1964
Bonus Tracks (Deluxe)
I Wanna Be Your Man – Saturday Club, 1964
Carol – Saturday Club, 1964
I’m Moving On – The Joe Loss Pop Show, 1964
If You Need Me – The Joe Loss Pop Show, 1964
Walking The Dog – Saturday Club, 1964
Confessin’ The Blues – The Joe Loss Pop Show, 1964
Everybody Needs Somebody To Love – Top Gear, 1965
Little By Little – The Joe Loss Pop Show, 1964
Ain’t That Loving You Baby – Rhythm And Blues, 1964
Beautiful Delilah – Saturday Club, 1964
Crackin’ Up – Top Gear, 1964
I Can’t Be Satisfied – Top Gear, 1964
I Just Want to Make Love To You – Saturday Club, 1964
2120 South Michigan Avenue – Rhythm and Blues, 1964
The January 2018 issue of Uncut is now on sale in the UK – with Bruce Springsteen on the cover. We also celebrate the best of the last 12 months with our Ultimate Review Of 2017 – featuring the best albums, reissues, films and books of the year. Elsewhere in the issue, there are new interviews with LCD Soundsystem, Bjork, The Weather Station, Hurray For The Riff Raff, Mavis Staples and more. Our free 15 track-CD celebrates the best music from 2017.
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