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The Rolling Stones Set To Release First BBC Radio Collection

Coming December 1st, The Rolling Stones On Air, will consist of BBC Radio recorded performances from 1963 to 1965.

The collection is the first official album of these recordings issued by the band. The album will be released in conjunction with the recently published book Rolling Stones On Air In The Sixties: TV And Radio History As It Happened, the first full compendium of the band’s television and radio appearances during their early years.

The tracklisting for The Rolling Stones – On Air is:

“Come On” – Saturday Club – October 26, 1963
“(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” – Saturday Club – September 18, 1965
“Roll Over Beethoven” – Saturday Club – October 20, 1963
“The Spider And The Fly” – Yeah Yeah – August 30, 1965
“Cops And Robbers” – Blues In Rhythm – May 9, 1964
“It’s All Over Now” – The Joe Loss Pop Show – July 17, 1964
“Route 66” – Blues In Rhythm May 9, 1964
“Memphis, Tennessee” – Saturday ClubOctober 26, 1963
“Down The Road Apiece” – Top Gear March 6, 1965
“The Last Time” – Top Gear March 6, 1965
“Cry To Me” – Saturday ClubSeptember 18, 1965
“Mercy, Mercy” – Yeah YeahAugust 30, 1965
“Oh! Baby (We Got A Good Thing Goin’)” – Saturday Club – September 18, 1965
“Around And Around” – Top Gear – July 1964
“Hi Heel Sneakers” – Saturday Club – April 18, 1964
“Fannie Mae” – Saturday ClubSeptember 18, 1965
“You Better Move On” – Blues In Rhythm – May 9, 1964
“Mona” – Blues In RhythmMay 9, 1964

Bonus Tracks (Deluxe Version)

“I Wanna Be Your Man” – Saturday Club – February 8, 1964
“Carol” – Saturday ClubApril 18, 1964
“I’m Moving On” – The Joe Loss Pop Show – April 10, 1964
“If You Need Me” – The Joe Loss Pop Show – July 17, 1964
“Walking The Dog” – Saturday Club – February 8, 1964
“Confessin’ The Blues” – The Joe Loss Pop Show – July 17, 1964
“Everybody Needs Somebody To Love” – Top Gear – March 6, 1965
“Little By Little” – The Joe Loss Pop Show – April 10, 1964
“Ain’t That Loving You Baby” – Rhythm And Blues – October 31, 1964
“Beautiful Delilah” – Saturday Club – April 18, 1964
“Crackin’ Up” – Top Gear – July 23, 1964
“I Can’t Be Satisfied” – Top Gear – July 23, 1964
“I Just Want To Make Love To You” – Saturday Club – April 18, 1964
“2120 South Michigan Avenue” – Rhythm And Blues – October 31, 1964

Source: Pulse Of Radio.