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The Rolling Stones curate album of inspirational blues classics
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Ronnie Wood painted the release's artwork himself

The Rolling Stones have curated a compilation of classic blues tracks that have inspired their career. Check out the trailer and full tracklist below.

Teaming up with BMG and Universal, the legendary rock band have put together their favourite cuts to create ‘Confessin’ The Blues’. The double-disc album will be released November 9.

Kicking off the collection of 42 tracks is the song that gave Mick Jagger and co. their band name – ‘Rollin’ Stone’ by Muddy Waters. Also featured are the likes of Chuck Berry, B.B King, Eddie Taylor, Jimmy Reed and more.

Jagger reflected on his early love for the genre, saying: “The first Muddy Waters album that was really popular was Muddy Waters at Newport, which was the first album I ever bought”.

Keith Richards added: “If you don’t know the blues… there’s no point in picking up the guitar and playing rock and roll or any other form of popular music.”

Artwork for the release was created by Ronnie Wood himself, which “depicts the raw passion and emotion the blues artists channelled into their music”.

The full tracklist for ‘Confessin’ The Blues’ is as follows:

Disc 1

1. Muddy Waters – Rollin’ Stone 2 Howlin’ Wolf Little – Red Rooster 3. John Lee Hooker – Boogie Chillen 4. Little Walter – Hate To See You Go 5. Chuck Berry – Little Queenie 6. Bo Diddley – You Can’t Judge A Book By It’s Cover 7. Eddie Taylor – Ride ‘Em On Down 8. Slim Harpo – I’m A King Bee 9. Magic Sam – All Your Love 10. Elmore James – Dust My Broom 11. Little Walter – Just Your Fool 12. Muddy Waters – I Want To Be Loved 13. Big Bill Broonzy – Key To The Highway 14. Robert Johnson – Love In Vain Blues 15. Mississippi Fred McDowell – You Gotta Move 16. Jimmy Reed – Bright Lights, Big City 17. Big Maceo – Worried Life Blues 18. Little Johnny Taylor – Everybody Knows About My Good Thing (Part 1) 19. Howlin’ Wolf – Commit A Crime 20. Otis Rush – I Can’t Quit You Baby 21. Jay McShann & Walter Brown – Confessin’ The Blues

1. Howlin’ Wolf – Just Like I Treat You 2. Little Walter – I Got To Go 3. Chuck Berry – Carol 4. Bo Diddley – Mona 5. Muddy Waters – I Just Want To Make Love To You 6. Elmore James – Blues Before Sunrise 7. Eddie Taylor – Bad Boy 8. Boy Blue – Boogie Children 9. Jimmy Reed – Little Rain 10. Robert Johnson – Stop Breakin’ Down Blues 11. Reverend Robert Wilkins – The Prodigal Son 12. Lightnin’ Slim – Hoodoo Blues 13. Billy Boy Arnold – Don’t Stay Out All Night 14. Bo Diddley – Craw Dad 15. Dale Hawkins – Suzie Q 16. Amos Milburn – Down The Road Apiece 17. Howlin’ Wolf – Little Baby 18. Little Walter – Blue And Lonesome 19. B.B. King – Rock Me Baby 20. Buddy Guy – Damn Right I’ve Got The Blues 21. Muddy Waters – Mannish Boy

Meanwhile, The Rolling Stones recently concluded their huge UK stadium tour. During their final show, they were joined onstage by James Bay for a performance of ‘Beast of Burden’. At an earlier gig, Mick Jagger welcomed Florence Welch to the stage to sing ‘Wild Horses’.

Earlier this year, the band released a huge 15-album vinyl box set.

31/07/2018 21:57:56
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