The Rolling Stones have unveiled Voodoo Lounge Uncut, an archive concert film featuring restored and remastered footage of their 1994 Voodoo Lounge tour stop in Miami. The film also includes ten previously unreleased performances, guest appearances from Sheryl Crow, Robert Cray and Bo Diddley, and five bonus performances on all visual formats. You can order your copy here and watch the film trailer above.
Out now on Eagle Vision, Voodoo Lounge Uncut is available on multiple physical and digital formats. For a limited time, an exclusive red vinyl triple album and Voodoo Lounge Uncut t-shirt are be available directly from rollingstones.com.
It’s in the cauldron of a Rolling Stones gig that the sheer heft of their legacy truly knocks you sideways, and soon the Miami crowd were roaring in appreciation as Jagger bounded on stage to the opener “Not Fade Away.” Later in the set, the band’s B-stage excursion brilliantly set them up close with fans who suddenly realized that they had the best tickets in the house during an acoustic, three-song mini-set — speaking volumes about the band’s ability to strip everything back to its essential core.
Filmed on November 25, 1994 at Miami’s Joe Robbie stadium, the show’s stunningly futuristic staging was way ahead of its time and set a new high watermark in production for stadium shows through the rest of the decade, helping it become the biggest grossing tour ever at that point. This new version, which has been recut and restored from the original rushes and includes newly remixed and remastered audio, reinstates the ten tracks cut from the original video release in the Nineties back in their original running order here for the first time.
Bonus features for visual formats include five tracks from an earlier show at Giants Stadium, New Jersey that were not performed in Miami, making this the definitive record of The Rolling Stones on the road in the mid-nineties.
Voodoo Lounge Uncut DVD+2CD, Blu-ray+2CD, triple vinyl, digital video, digital audio and HD digital audio are here. The limited edition triple red vinyl and Voodoo Lounge Uncut t-shirt is available here.
To find out more, head over to rollingstones.com.
The Rolling Stones Unveil 'Voodoo Lounge Uncut' Archive Concert Film
Source: Guitar Player