Rock and Roll Circus 2CD track list

An updated track list for the new edition “Rock and Roll Circus” came our way, so we thought we’d share:

Disc 1

  1. Mick Jagger’s Introduction Of Rock And Roll Circus – Mick Jagger
  2. Entry Of The Gladiators – Circus Band
  3. Mick Jagger’s Introduction Of Jethro Tull – Mick Jagger
  4. Song For Jeffrey – Jethro Tull
  5. Keith Richards’ Introduction Of The Who – Keith Richards
  6. A Quick One While He’s Away – The Who
  7. Over The Waves – Circus Band
  8. Ain’t That A Lot Of Love – Taj Mahal
  9. Charlie Watts’ Introduction Of Marianne Faithfull – Charlie Watts
  10. Something Better – Marianne Faithfull
  11. Mick Jagger’s and John Lennon’s Introduction Of The Dirty Mac – Mick Jagger & John Lennon
  12. Yer Blues – The Dirty Mac
  13. Whole Lotta Yoko – Yoko Ono & Ivry Gitlis with The Dirty Mac
  14. John Lennon’s Introduction Of The Rolling Stones – Jumpin’ Jack Flash – The Rolling Stones
  15. Parachute Woman – The Rolling Stones
  16. No Expectations – The Rolling Stones
  17. You Can’t Always Get What You Want – The Rolling Stones
  18. Sympathy For The Devil – The Rolling Stones
  19. Salt Of The Earth – The Rolling Stones

Disc 2 CD

  1. Checkin’ Up On My Baby – Taj Mahal
  2. Leaving Trunk – Taj Mahal
  3. Corinna – Taj Mahal
  4. Revolution (rehearsal) – The Dirty Mac
  5. Warmup Jam – The Dirty Mac
  6. Yer Blues (take 2) – The Dirty Mac
  7. Brian Jones’ Introduction of Julius Katchen – Brian Jones
  8. de Falla: Ritual Fire Dance – Julius Katchen
  9. Mozart: Sonata In C Major-1st Movement – Julius Katchen

May 3, 2019 seems to be the release date and the following editions are due out:

  • 2 CD + DVD +BLU-RAY
  • 2 CD
  • BLU-RAY
  • DVD
  • 3 LP

Also, check out Ken Sharp’s interview with director Michael Lindsay-Hogg about the TV Special.

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3 Responses

  1. CrackinThunder says:

    Filmed just a month after the release of the White Album, John gives Yer Blues a crisp vocal performance…now a "Revolution" rehearsal is an extra? Michael Lindsay-Hogg, the Let It Be director, directs this. This is a great time capsule of some amazing performers.

  2. Martin says:

    No extra Stones? We know that other takes of Sympathy For The Devil exist and that Mick and the boys went through numbers like Route 66. Mind you, I heard that relations between the Stones and ABKCO aren't too good right now.

  3. niallquinn says:

    Has this been released yet does anyone know? Thanks. (UK)

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