This week the video clip for 'Hate To See You Go' was released, where you can see the Rolling Stones during the recording process along with images from Chicago, New York and other North American cities that represent the blues. 'Hate To See You Go' was originally composed and recorded by Little Walter in 1955.
A few weeks ago the Rolling Stones announced the release of 'Blue & Lonesome', their next studio album, in which the legendary group takes a tour of the Blues that marked their musical roots. At the end of October they released 'Hate to see you go', the second preview of what will be their first album in more than a decade, a record work that will be published on December 2 through the Polydor label.
'Blue & Lonesome' will represent a Stones tribute to their beginnings as a blues band, and for this reason they have decided to return to their origins interpreting blues classics by the hand of authors such as Jimmy Reed, Willie Dixon, Eddie Taylor and Howlin 'Wolf among others, and includes the participation of the legendary guitarist Eric Clapton, who was recording in that same study and that he collaborated on two topics.
This footage was recorded at British Grove Studios in West London, a studio owned by the famous musician Mark Knopfler. (Dire Straits) and which is located in the area where Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Brian Jones and Charlie Watts began their musical careers playing in bars. Along with the Stones, the band's traditional touring members Darryl Jones (bass), Chuck Leavell (keyboards) and Matt Clifford (keyboards) joined the recording. According to co-producer Don Was: "This album is a testament to the deep love the Stones have for creating music and the blues, a style where the true musical source of everything they do is".