Enter for a Chance to Win The Rolling Stones: “Steel Wheels Live”

 

Enter for a chance to win one (1) copy of Rolling Stones: Steel Wheels Live on 2CD + DVD! Furnished by Eagle Rock Entertainment. Contest ends 10/4/2020 @ 11:59pm. One (1) entry per person. One (1) winner will be awarded. Retail value: $29.98.

The Rolling Stones announced details of their previously unreleased 1989 concert film Steel Wheels Live – Atlantic City, New Jersey. This latest release from the band’s archives via Eagle Rock Entertainment has been restored, remixed and remastered and will be available on multiple formats from September 25, and you can pre-order it here!

Additionally, a double A-sided 10″ picture disc of “Rock and a Hard Place” (Live from Atlantic City) and “Almost Hear You Sigh” (Live from Tokyo Dome) will be released for Record Store Day’s second drop date of the year, on September 26. This format will be exclusive to independent record stores all over the world.

Their first tour hitting the US since 1981, Steel Wheels was famously one of their longest, and most ambitious, set lists. 2 ½ hours deep, The Rolling Stones not only played their hits, but dared to roll out several new songs from the then-newly released Steel Wheels album. Power-packed renditions of “Terrifying”, “Sad Sad Sad”, “Mixed Emotions”, “Rock and a Hard Place”, and “Can’t Be Seen” sizzle between “Jumping Jack Flash”, “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction”, “You Can’t Always Get What You Want”, and “Gimme Shelter”. This was a statement – The Rolling Stones revisiting their vast body of work while confidently showcasing where they were going and the broad spectrum of music they’ve explored over their career.

“I would hate to come out with something that’s not startling” Mick Jagger stated about the launch of the 1989/90 Steel Wheels Tour. The Rolling Stones delivered on that promise in this Atlantic City Convention Center tour stop in December ’89.

A highlight of this particular tour stop was the band being joined by special guests: Guns N’ Roses’ Axl Rose and Izzy Stradlin accompany the Stones for the first-ever live performance of “Salt Of The Earth”, from their 1968 Beggars Banquet album. Eric Clapton brings his slow blues burn to “Little Red Rooster”, and joins the Stones in backing up one of their idols, blues legend John Lee Hooker, on “Boogie Chillen”.

All in all, Steel Wheels Live is a living testament to The Rolling Stones’ incomparable live shows.

Steel Wheels Live will be released as a limited 180gm 4LP colored vinyl, DVD + 2CD, SD Blu-ray + 2CD and digital formats. Additionally, the set will be released as a special limited 6-disc version, which includes the Atlantic City performance on DVD, SD-Blu-ray, 2CD, a DVD of their Steel Wheels Live tour performance at the famed Tokyo Dome, as well as Steel Wheels Rare Reels, a CD featuring tracks which didn’t feature on the core tour set list.

 

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