The rolling stones shared two more unreleased recordings of their famous performances at the 300-seat El Mocambo club in Toronto in 1977.
In the series of events and releases surrounding the band’s 60th anniversary, the tracks “Tumbling Dice” and “Hot Stuff” are now available (with viewing videos) from the club’s concerts, which hold a special place in folklore. Stones for their fans around the world. . The recordings follow the recent appearance of “El Mo” shows “It’s Only Rock ‘N’ Roll” and “Rip This Joint”, also available on all digital services. Overview of the four performances May 13 post of Living at El Mocambothe very first outing of the unique, ‘secret’ gigs, which saw the Stones perform as The Cockroaches for lucky Canadian fans some 45 years ago.
The release of El Mocambo’s material comes as the band prepares for their SIXTY summer tour of Europe, which opens in Madrid on June 1 and will run until July 31, when it will conclude in Stockholm. The tour includes two London headline shows in Hyde Park on June 25 and July 3.
Living at El Mocambo will be available on double CD, 4 LP black vinyl, 4 LP neon vinyl and digitally. It contains the full Stones set from the March 5, 1977 show, plus three bonus tracks from the following night, newly mixed by Bob Clearmountain. So far, only four performances of the Canadian shows have been officially aired. “Mannish Boy”, “Crackin’ Up”, “Little Red Rooster” and “Around and Around” made up one side of the double LP i love you livereleased a few months later in September 1977.
The album will be followed on June 10 by the multi-format release of Licked live in New Yorkanother landmark in the Stones’ incredible live history, recorded at their 2003 New York concert at Madison Square Garden.
Pre-order Living at El Mocambowhich comes out May 13.