The Rolling Stones Release New Lyric Video For 1976 “Fool To Cry”
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The Rolling Stones started streaming a new lyric video of their 1976 classic, “Fool To Cry.”
The song was originally included and released as the lead single of their album, Black and Blue. “Fool To Cry” topped the charts in several countries. It is included in the upcoming reissue of their 2002 package, Forty Licks, which celebrates the band’s 40th anniversary.
The upcoming package also marks the anniversary of their successful Licks tour, which became the second highest-grossing tour in history up to that time. Forty Licks reissue is expected to be released digitally for the first time on July 26.
It will also be available for a limited edition four-disc, 180-gram black vinyl version, housed in a wide-spined gatefold sleeve. This album will also give the Stones fans an opportunity to stream the 40 tracks in a new Dolby Atmos version.
Meanwhile, after completing their 60th-anniversary tour last year, The Rolling Stones regrouped to resume their efforts on a new album. They delighted fans by announcing a collaboration with Paul McCartney on their upcoming album.
It was also mentioned that the famous band was involved in a project where they teamed up with producer Andrew Watt in Los Angeles. This endeavor, which will feature drummer Steve Jordan instead of the late Charlie Watts who sadly passed away in 2021, brought together the legendary band and the producer recognized for his collaborations with musicians such as Post Malone, Ozzy Osbourne, Miley Cyrus, and many more.