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Rolling Stones release new concert collection

The Rolling Stones latest concert collection was released on Friday. ‘GRRR Live!’ features 23 songs recorded during their pay-per-view concert on December 15th, 2012 at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey during their 50th anniversary tour.

It features loads of special guests, including Lady Gaga on "Gimme Shelter," John Mayer and Gary Clark Jr. on "Going Down," The Black Keys on "Who Do You Love?," former guitarist Mick Taylor on "Midnight Rambler," and  own Bruce Springsteen on "Tumbling Dice."

This is the companion release to their 2012 hits collection, GRRR!, and it’s available in various configurations -- vinyl, CD, DVD, Blu-ray and and digital versions will be available in Dolby Atmos.

Three songs from their December 13th show will also be available as bonus features on the DVD and Blu-ray: "Respectable" with John Mayer, "Around and Around," and "Gimme Shelter."

Here’s a look at the GRR Live song list:

1.Get Off of My Cloud

2.The Last Time

3.It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll (But I Like It)

4.Paint it Black

5.Gimme Shelter (with Lady Gaga)

6.Wild Horses

7.Going Down (with John Mayer and Gary Clark Jr.)

8.Dead Flowers

9.Who Do You Love? (with The Black Keys)

10.Doom and Gloom

11.One More Shot

12.Miss You

13.Honky Tonk Women

14.Before They Make Me Run


16.Midnight Rambler (with Mick Taylor)

17.Start Me Up

18.Tumbling Dice (with Bruce Springsteen)

19.Brown Sugar

20.Sympathy For the Devil

21.You Can’t Always Get What You Want

22.Jumpin’ Jack Flash

23.(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction

Mick Jagger talked about what has kept The Rolling Stones going for over 50 years. He said,

"I don't see it as a challenge to keep going. It's quite easy really. The Rolling Stones were very lucky because they always had amazing people that really liked them, into them, know lots about them. And when the Internet came along and it started to become like message boards, I think this really kind of communicated all around the world people that had an interest in whatever. So that sort of kept really the Rolling Stones going is because people like them."

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[Source: Classic Hits Today]

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