Listen to Rolling Stones’ early version of ‘Dead Flowers’ for the first time

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An unreleased version of The Rolling Stones’ “Dead Flowers,” which Mashable is exclusively premiering on Tuesday, gives us a look into the dark song’s early days before it was even released on the English rock band’s classic Sticky Fingers album in 1971

This rendition, recorded in 1970, de-emphasizes Ian Stewart’s piano and the rhythm section that producers turned up for the final country-fied version. The early take features finger-picked electric guitar and altered vocals from Mick Jagger and Keith Richards.

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The song will be released June 9 on the Sticky Fingers anniversary reissued formats, more than four decades after the band recorded the album in Muscle Shoals, Alabama; Jagger’s Stargroves country home in England; and Olympic Studios in London Read more…

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