THE ROLLING STONES are said to be mixing a new live album in Paris...
THE ROLLING STONES are believed to be working on a live album taped on their current ‘Bridges To Babylon’ world tour.
According to US music website Wall Of Sound, the band are working on the mixing of the album tapes in Paris, where they performed on Saturday, July 25. There are no details on when it is expected to be released, though it’s likely to be early next year.
The album will take its place in the line of live LPs from the last three Rolling Stones tours – 1982’s ‘Still Life’, 1991’s ‘Flashpoint’ (from the ‘Steel Wheels’ tour) and ‘Stripped’ (from the 1995 ‘Voodoo Lounge’ tour).