Entertainment The Rolling Stones: "Scarlet" released after 46 years
Rolling Stones to release unheard tracks from 1973 album
The Rolling Stones will release a new version of their 1973 album “Goats Head Soup” featuring three unheard tracks, including one featuring Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page. The band announced on Thursday that the release on Sept. 4 will include a four-disc CD and vinyl box set editions that includes 10 bonus tracks, including outtakes and alternative versions. Page appears on a song called “Scarlet,” and the Stones also released a video for one of the unheard songs, called “Criss Cross.
This is one of three previously unreleased songs, which are included in the deluxe edition of "Goats Head Soup". The album was first released in 1973 - the Stones were working on the successor when "Scarlet" was created. Even if the memory of the legendary session has faded somewhat by now, Keith Richards (76) says that his band with Led Zeppelin shook the studio's handle and Page spontaneously decided to stay. As Page the "Rolling Stone" reported back in 1975, the session degenerated into the early hours of the morning.
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Normal People's Paul Mescal stars in trailer for Rolling Stones video .
The Irish actor, 24, plays a hunky partygoer wearing black tie in the trailer released on Monday for track Scarlet. © Provided by Daily Mail Star: Normal People's Paul Mescal is continuing his incredible breakout year as he stars as the lead man in a new Rolling Stones video The video, which will be released in full on Thursday, shows the heartthrob sitting at a laptop in a white shirt and an untied bow tie.It was filmed at London's exclusive Claridge's hotel using a socially distanced set. The track was written in 1974 with Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page and had not been previously released.