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1971 Marquee Club Show Latest Rolling Stones’ “From the Vault” DVD Release

The Rolling Stones: The Marquee Club — Live in 1971The “From the Vault” series, issuing previously unreleased live performances from The Rolling Stones, continues chugging along with The Marquee Club — Live in 1971.

The legendary rock band played the show — recorded for American television —at the now-defunct Marquee Club on March 26, 1971, just about a month before the release of the Sticky Fingers album.

Just check out the Stones in this clip, performing “Dead Flowers.” The whole band, including then-bassist Bill Wyman, sound great and look almost impossibly young:

The “From the Vault” version includes not only restored footage, but a new sound mix by Bob Clearmountain, and the rarely performed “I Got the Blues.”

It’s available in a variety of formats, including DVD/CD, Blu-ray/CD and DVD/LP.

The Marquee Club — Live in 1971 Track List:

  1. Live With Me
  2. Dead Flowers
  3. I Got The Blues
  4. Let It Rock
  5. Midnight Rambler
  6. (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction
  7. Bitch
  8. Brown Sugar

CD Bonus Tracks:

  1. I Got The Blues Take 1
  2. I Got The Blues Take 2
  3. Bitch Take 1
  4. Bitch Take 2

DVD Bonus Tracks:

  1. I Got The Blues Take 1
  2. I Got The Blues Take 2
  3. Bitch Take 1
  4. Bitch Take 2

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Doc.Hoc.

Incredible , the lead guitarist is great, Mick has always been amazing. 1971 I was 15 years old , seems these summer days are long but the years pass fast.