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Rolling Stones Have 'Half An Album' Of New Songs

11/13/2016
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Rolling Stones

(Radio.com) Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger said they haven't thrown out the original material they were working on prior to abandoning it in favor of their forthcoming blues collection "Blue & Lonesome." Jagger says they have "half an album" of new music done.

Ronnie Wood explained that working on new songs took time. "It's like putting it on top of the strainer and seeing what soaks through by the time you come back to them again," he said.

"The lumps that are left on top after time has gone by, that's what you make your dough out of." Even though they have recordings of their "half an album," Wood added, "It wouldn't surprise me if we recut them all again. It's one of those things." Read more here.

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