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The Rolling Stones share 1967 ‘We Love You’ video online for the first time
The Rolling Stones have shared their “promotional film” from 1967 for the track ‘We Love You’ online for the very first time.The video documents and pokes fun at the notorious Redlands drug bust of the same year, where Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Marianne Faithfull were arrested at Richards’ home in Sussex for drug possession.In the film, which has been remastered in 4K for its online release, Richards plays the character of a judge, while Jagger and Marianne Faithfull participate in a mock recreation of their subsequent trial.‘We Love You’ is the latest Rolling Stones video to be remastered in 4K this year, after both versions of the ‘Jumpin’ Jack Flash’ video were remastered and released this month.Check out the new ‘We Love You’ visual, directed by Peter Whitehead, below.Looking forwards, Keith Richards has shared that he “hopes” the band will have new material recorded by the end of the year.Speaking to Matt Wilkinson for The Rolling Stones: 60th Anniversary Special show on Apple Music 1, Richards said that while he couldn’t say in what formats the band would be releasing their new material, he hopes the band will “have recorded some stuff by the end of the year”.“Anyway, I just make records and then we figure out how they come out, right? That’s what I do,” he said, noting he was unsure if the new songs will be made available on streaming platforms.Richards previously confirmed that The Rolling Stones’ touring drummer Steve Jordan will be on hand to help the band finish their new album.
Charlie Watts’ book collection to go up for auction
Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts is set to go up for auction later this year.The extensive collection features a host of first editions of some of the world’s most iconic books, including F Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby and Arthur Conan Doyle’s The Hound Of The Baskervilles.They will go under the hammer on September 28-29, and be presented in London, New York and Los Angeles prior to the sale.The signed copy of The Great Gatsby is set to fetch between £200-300,000, while Watts’ collection of jazz memorabilia will also be sold.Discussing the items, Watts’ authorised biography author Paul Sexton said: “He took great pleasure in owning these things.“He valued his time at home and he would read on the road, so literature was a very important part of his make-up.”He added: “I don’t think he acquired them because he knew they would become valuable, he just took a huge satisfaction in owning these great works and tracking down, with the help of experts, original first editions.”See the full collection here.It was revealed last year that The Rolling Stones‘ next album will feature drumming by their late sticksman Watts.According to The Sun, guitarist Ronnie Wood said that the band’s new album will be released next summer. The record will have some of Watts’ drumming work included alongside that of touring drummer Steve Jordan’s.Watts died last year at the age of 80.
The Rolling Stones recruit Sam Fender, Phoebe Bridgers, The War On Drugs and more for BST shows
The Rolling Stones have confirmed that Sam Fender, Phoebe Bridgers, The War On Drugs and Courtney Barnett will support the band at their BST Hyde Park shows.The band will be performing two concerts in London in the summer as part of their 60th anniversary tour.The Stones have announced The War On Drugs and Bridgers will support them on June 25, while Fender and Barnett will appear on July 3.Following on from their acclaimed USA ‘No Filter’ tour, their latest jaunt will see Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood make their long-awaited return to the UK, also performing at the home of Liverpool FC – Anfield, for the Stones’ first in Liverpool show for over 50 years.Echo And The Bunnymen will provide support for that concert. The band will be joined by drummer Steve Jordan at all shows, following the sad death of Charlie Watts last year.“Two dreams in one – there’s nothing like The Rolling Stones, and there’s nowhere like Anfield,” Ian McCulloch from Echo And The Bunnymen recently said in a statement.“I can’t explain how unbelievably happy and proud I am that my band Echo And The Bunnymen are going to be opening up for The Rolling Stones, THE Greatest Rock & Roll band in the history of time, at Anfield, the Shrine of Life and football…“The Rolling Stones!!! And at Anfield!!! I feel honoured and blessed… Thank you God.”The Stones have a colourful history of performing at London’s Hyde Park.