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Rarities 1971-2003

Rarities 1971-2003 (2005)

1. Fancy Man Blues

2. Tumbling DiceThis song was released as a single from the ablum!

3. Wild HorsesThis song was released as a single from the ablum!

4. Beast of BurdenThis song was released as a single from the ablum!

5. Anyway You Look at It

6. If I Was a Dancer (Dance Pt 2)

7. Miss You (Dance Version)

8. Wish I'd Never Met You

9. I Just Wanna Make Love to You

10. Mixed Emotions (12 Inch Version)

11. Through the Lonely Nights

12. Live with Me

13. Let It Rock

14. Harlem Shuffle (NY Mix)

15. Mannish Boy

16. Thru and ThruThis song is a Rollingtimes Choice!

Album Info

Released: 22 November 2005
Genre: Rock
Length: 79:30
Label: Virgin
Producer: The Glimmer Twins, Chris Kimsey, Jimmy Miller, Don Was

History and recording

1. Fancy Man Blues - B-side to Mixed Emotions in 1989
2. Tumbling Dice - Live version recorded in 1995 at Olympia Theater in Paris.
3. Wild Horses - Live version from Stripped
4. Beast of Burden - Live version from 1981 at Rosemont Horizon in Chicago - originally appeared as B-side to Going to a Go-Go, released in 1982
5. Anyway You Look at It - B-side to Saint of Me in 1998
6. If I Was a Dancer (Dance Pt. 2) - Outtake from Emotional Rescue sessions
7. Miss You - Special dance version
8. Wish I'd Never Met You - B-side to Terrifying in 1990
9. I Just Wanna Make Love to You - Live version recorded in 1990 at Wembley Stadium, - and originally released as the B-side to Highwire in 1991.
10. Mixed Emotions - 12 Inch Version
11. Through the Lonely Nights - B-side to It's Only Rock 'n Roll (But I Like It) in 1974
12. Live with Me - Live version from B-side of Wild Horses live single release in 1996.
13. Let It Rock - Live version recorded in 1971 at Leeds University, released in UK as B-side to Brown Sugar in 1971
14. Harlem Shuffle (NY Mix) - extended remix
15. Mannish Boy - Live version from Love You Live
16. Thru and Thru - Live version recorded at Madison Square Garden in 2003 - originally released on Four Flicks DVD.

Release and aftermath

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Cover

The cover is a still from the promotional video for Respectable, though former bassist Bill Wyman has been edited out.

Chart Performance

The album reached #75 in the Billboard Top 200 chart in 2005.

Personnel

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