Rolling Stones New Tour Doc coming to dvd/blu-ray

Coming to DVD and Blu-ray on May 26th is the Rolling Stones' latest concert documentary, Ole Ole Ole! A Trip Across Latin America. The film by Paul Dugdale, which had a brief theatrical run last year, "follows the Stones on their 2016 tour through ten Latin America cities while at the same time trying to stage their first ever concert in Havana, Cuba, a colossal once-in-a-lifetime open air free show the likes of which Cuba had never seen before. The film captures the unique chemistry that exists between the Rolling Stones and their Latin American fans, a bond that has stretched across many years."

The new edition features seven bonus performances from the tour, running over 50 minutes and including tunes from the band's gigs in Argentina, Brazil, and Peru. Stones classics featured on the disc are "Out Of Control," "Paint It, Black," "Honky Tonk Women," "Sympathy For The Devil," "You Got The Silver," "Midnight Rambler," and "Miss You."

  • Mick Jagger was asked what he believes is the secret for the constant influx of new and younger Stones fans filling the arenas and stadiums around the world: [“Well, the older ones that’ve got all the money bring the younger ones and pay for them, and the younger ones say, ‘alright.’ That, I mean it’s very gratifying. I mean, I think they, a lot of times, y’know, they’ve heard about you through their parents, or their older brothers or sisters, or something like that.”] 
  • Ron Wood told us that at this point -- with over 50 years of classic songs and dozens of tours under their belt -- the Stones are clearly sailing in uncharted waters: ["We notice that we're cutting new ground, y'know, in that no bunch of guys have ever stuck together this long in the rock n' roll field."] 

SOURCE: Press release

SIDE NOTES

  • Out now is the Rolling Stones' latest multi-media release, Havana Moon. The concert, which was captured lat their Cuban premiere, was released in a number of configurations: DVD / Double CD; Blu-ray / Double CD; DVD/ Three LP -- along with a special "Deluxe Edition."
  • Havana Moon gets its name from Chuck Berry's 1956 tune of the same name, which served as the B-Side to "You Can't Catch Me."
  • The tracklisting for Havana Moon is: "Jumpin’ Jack Flash," "It’s Only Rock ‘N’ Roll (But I Like It)," "Out of Control," "Angie," "Paint It Black," "Honky Tonk Women," "You Got the Silver," "Midnight Rambler," "Gimme Shelter," "Sympathy For The Devil," "Brown Sugar," "You Can’t Always Get What You Want," and "(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction."

CHECK IT OUT: The trailer for The Rolling Stones Ole Ole Ole!: A Trip Across Latin America:

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