"Out Of Control" - The Rolling Stones Live in 1997 [YouTube Video]

Patrick Lyons

by Patrick Lyons

Published December 3, 2013

The Rolling Stones have just shared a video of a live performance of "Out Of Control" from 1997 via their YouTube Channel. Watch it above.

The lengthy song, which begins with a bassline that (oddly enough) recalls "Papa was a Rolling Stone," soon spirals into a full-blown jam session, with a whopping 11 musicians onstage. Mick Jagger is lively as ever, playing both guitar and harmonica amid bouts of his trademark wild dancing, still as energetic in '97 as he was in '67.

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From the video's YouTube description:

The track is the third single from the album Bridges To Babylon, and was composed by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards.

The song features Mick Jagger on lead vocals, Wah Wah guitar, shaker and harmonica, Keith Richards on electric guitar and background vocals, Charlie Watts on drums, Ronnie Wood on electric guitar, Jim Keltner on percussion, Waddy Wachtel on electric guitar, Don Was on Wurlitzer piano and keyboards, Jamie Muhoberac on keyboards, Danny Saber on bass, clavinet and reality manipulations, and Blondie Chaplin and Bernard Fowler on background vocals.

Source: The Rolling Stones Official YouTube Channel


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