Rolling Stones fans can be phyched about this new “Voodoo Lounge Uncut” version which was released in multiple audio and visual formats on Nov. 16 via USM/Eagle Vision. This version is different from the original release holding the entire Voodoo Lounge Tour performance, which took place on Nov. 25, 1994, at Miami's Joe Robbie Stadium, without any outtakes
Although the setlist brims with the usual must-play greatest hits like “Jumpin' Jack Flash” (featuring Whoopi goldberg), “Start Me Up” and “Brown Sugar,” The World's Greatest Rock N' Roll Band also serve up tracks from Voodoo Lounge like “You Got Me Rocking, as well as lesser played chestnuts like their 1964 cover of the late great Bobby Womack's cover "It's All Over Now."
For longtime Stones fans who already own a copy of the 1998 “Voodoo Lounge Live” release, “Uncut” offers plenty of bang for the buck. Along with being fully restored and remastered, “Uncut” offers the entire setlist in its original order and includes ten performances that were edited from the earlier offering, including the Voodoo Lounge tracks “Sparks Will Fly,” “I Go Wild” and “The Worst" along with a guest appearance from Sheryl Crow who joins frontman Mick Jagger on a steamy cover of The Stones 1969 Let It Bleed track “Live With Me.”
Other highlights include the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer's performing with the late great Bo Diddley on his classic “Who Do You Live?” and a jam with Robert Cray on a cover of Robert Johnson's classic blue standard “Stop Breakin' The Blues.” The set also features five bonus performances from a previous Voodoo Lounge Tour stop not previously released.
This last thing off corce is the real treat for Rolling Stones fans.