Rolling Stones Unveil Secret Gig Recordings Of 'Tumbling Dice,' 'Hot Stuff'


The Rolling Stones have unveiled two never-before-heard recordings of "Tumbling Dice" and "Hot Stuff" from the band's 1977 secret concerts at Toronto's 300-capacity El Mocambo club.

The tracks are part of the Stones' forthcoming Live At The El Mocambo album, which will be released in full on Friday, May 13. The record will be available on CD, vinyl and digital streaming platforms.

Mixed by Bob Clearmountain, the album features the Rolling Stones' full set from March 5, 1977, and three bonus tracks recorded at the previous day's show

You can listen to the live version of "Tumbling Dice" via the player above and "Hot Stuff" via the player below! You can pre-order Live At The El Mocambo here.

The Rolling Stones' gigs at the El Mocambo quickly became the stuff of legend in Toronto.

Both gigs featured incredible setlists from a band in its prime. The LP version finds the Stones offering an early version of "Worried About You" (which wasn't released until 1981) amid classics like "Let's Spend the Night Together," "It's Only Rock 'N' Roll," "Honky Tonk Women" and others.

Photo: Helmut Newton


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