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Most recently, the Stones had contributed a celebrated performance of “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” during the lockdown on “One World: Together At Home” and sensationally conquered the top of the German charts with their single “Living In A Ghost Town” after more than 50 years.
The Stones’ 11th studio album “Goats Head Soup”, recorded in Jamaica, Los Angeles and London, and also their last collaboration with producer Jimmy Miller, was released as the successor to the cult double album “Exile On Main St.” from the year before. The first harbinger of this album was one of her greatest ballads ever: “Angie”. Mick Jagger and Keith Richards had composed this timeless love song during a songwriting stay in Switzerland. The combination of Jagger’s yearning vocals and the piano playing of Nicky Hopkins went to the #1 in most of Europe, the USA and Australia.
The album with the famous cover, for which David Bailey was responsible, was recorded by the legendary line-up of the years 1969-1974: Jagger, Richards, Mick Taylor, Bill Wyman and Charlie Watts. The Stones were supported by selected studio guests: For example, four musicians sat at the piano during the recordings – besides Jagger and Hopkins, Billy Preston and Charlie Watts. The Stones were supported by selected studio guests. The result is an album in which their trademark rock sound is constantly broken up and more quiet, soulful songs have their place.
Alternative mixes, rare recordings and three previously unreleased tracks: “Scarlet”, “All The Rage” and “Criss Cross”.
Album “The Brussels Affair”, a live recording made at the Forest National in October 1973
20-page book with countless photos and three essays: “50 Years On – An Appreciation of Goats Head Soup” by Ian McCann, “Brussels Affair Live 1973 Tour” by Nick Kent and “The Story Of The Cover Art” by Darryl Easlea.
Four reprints of tour posters from 1973