Aerosmith Unveils 1971 “Movin’ Out” Track Recording

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Aerosmith has just released a version of “Movin’ Out” that the band recorded in rehearsal in 1971 — two years before the song was released in their self-titled debut album.

This recording will be featured on their upcoming collection 1971: The Road Starts Hear — a limited edition release available on Black Friday (November 26) at participating Record Store Day retailers. The previously unreleased 7-track album will be available as a black LP (limited to 10,000 copies) and on cassette (2000 copies only). Unseen photos from their archive and liner notes by Rolling Stone’s David Fricke are also included.

“The landmark early recording was made with Joe Perry’s Wollensak reel-to-reel tape machine in 1971 by Mark Lehman,” a statement reads, “who owned the infamous van and became Aerosmith’s one-man road crew, either in the band’s Boston rehearsal room in front of a few select friends, or at a rehearsal the band did during a soundcheck for an early show.”

1971: The Road Starts Hear also features early versions of their classic hits “Mama Kin” and “Dream On”, along with “Somebody” and “Walkin’ The Dog.”

Aerosmith: 1971 – The Road Starts Hear tracklisting

Side A
1. Intro – Somebody
2. Reefer Head Woman
3. Walkin’ The Dog

Side B
1. Movin’ Out
2. Major Barbara
3. Dream On
4. Mama Kin

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