The Rolling Stones have been digging deep in tour rehearsals ahead of opening night tomorrow (June 1st) in Madrid, Spain. The band's European run will play 14 dates across 10 countries.
According to the unofficial RocksOff.org message board, the Stones have been running through tunes from across their entire 60-year-career — including such notable songs as “Out Of Time,” “Sad Sad Sad,” “Fool To Cry,” the only recently-released Goats Head Soup outtake “Criss Cross,” Bob Dylan's “Like A Rolling Stone,” “Monkey Man,” “Neighbours,” “Little T & A,” “She's So Cold,” “Sweet Virginia,” “Hot Stuff,” and “Mothers Little Helper,” among others.
Mick Jagger and Keith Richards talked about compiling the Stones' live set: “(Mick Jagger): “We always like to do songs that we've. . . Obviously we do a lot of songs that we do know, and it's nice to find ones that we've never done before. So, we're always looking for those.” (Keith Richards): “'Doin' Your Thing,' you remember that one?” (Jagger): “I do actually, but I'm not going to sing it now, though.”