Rolling Stones man releases previously unreleased tracks

Mick Jagger has announced he will release his very first career-spanning retrospective this autumn.

‘The Very Best Of Mick Jagger’ is due out in the US on October 2, and features 17 tracks spanning The Rolling Stones frontman’s solo career from 1970 onwards.

The album includes duets with the likes of Bono, David Bowie and reggae legend Peter Tosh, among others.

It also features three previously unreleased tracks, including ‘Too Many Cooks (Spoil The Soup)’, which was produced by John Lennon and recorded in 1973 in Los Angeles. The other two tracks are demos from Jagger‘s ‘Wandering Spirit’ session with famed producer Rick Rubin.

“For me, it’s a great thing to listen to since all the songs speak to a certain time and make things come alive for me,” Jagger said in a statement.

The tracklisting is:

‘God Gave Me Everything’

‘Put Me In The Trash’

‘Just Another Night’

‘Don’t Tear Me Up’

‘Charmed Life’ (previously unreleased)

‘Sweet Thing’

‘Old Habits Die Hard’

‘Dancing In The Street’

‘Too Many Cooks’ (previously unreleased)

‘Memo From Turner’

‘Lucky In Love’

‘Let’s Work’

‘Joy’

‘Don’t Call Me Up’

‘Checkin’ Up On My Baby’ (previously unreleased)

‘(You Gotta Walk And) Don’t Look Back’

‘Evening Gown’

–By our Los Angeles staff.

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