The Rolling Stones have dropped their latest video for the just-released outtake, “Living In The Heart Of Love.” The tune, which was originally recorded in early-1974 during the It’s Only Rock N’ Roll sessions in Munich, is part of the expanded four-CD version of the band’s 1981 chart-topper, Tattoo You, set for release on October 22nd.
Clips of classic Stones videos pop in the footage including 1980’s “She’s So Cold” from Emotional Rescue and “Start Me Up,” “Hang Fire” and “Worried About You,” from 1981’s Tattoo You.
Whether it comes to the material on the Rolling Stones’ albums, the band’s touring logistics, or the nuts and bolts of their finances, Mick Jagger has long been known as one of rock’s most intense perfectionists. He was asked whether or not he sees himself as a perfectionist, too: “I may be. I am in some things, but I mean, also know that there’s only so far you can go in this kind of endeavor. I like a deadline, ’cause then after the deadline, y’know, you’re done. ‘Cause you can mess with this. And some people in all kinds of artistic endeavors — writing books, or making movies, or records — people love the process of it, so someone says at some point, “Mmm, I think you’re done now, I think you’ve finished, What you’ve got is good enough.”