The Rolling Stones released a video for the 'Tattoo You' outtake 'Living In The Heart of Love,' which includes a tribute to Charlie Watts.
The video for Tattoo You outtake features actresses Marguerite Thiam and Nailia Harzoune
recently unearthed-era rarity, “Living in the Heart of Love.” The black and white video features actresses Marguerite Thiam and Nailia Harzoune partying with friends during a debauched night in Paris where they skip out on a bill at a bar, dance at various clubs, and passionately kiss. Along the way, vintage Stones videos from the
Tattoo You-era appear on monitors. Many of the shots focus on Charlie Watts, and the video ends with the words “Charlie Is My Darling,” which was the title of their 1966 concert movie.The Stonesback in August, and the track will appear on the upcoming 40th-anniversary reissue of
Tattoo You, out October 22nd via Polydor/Interscope/UMe. The song is one of nine previously unreleased tracks that will be included on the bonus disc,Lost & Found. The nine songs were all originally recorded while the Stones were makingTattoo You, but were recently completed and enhanced with additional vocals and guitar. headtopics.com
A wonderful video and a touching tribute to sweet Charlie! Well done! A documentary should be starred by with Adam Driver…
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