Keith Richards (L), Mick Jagger (C) and Ronnie Wood (R) arrive at Somerset House in central London ahead of a party to celebrate the launch of a book "Rolling Stones 50" and a photographic exhibition, July 12, 2012.
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Rolling Stones go blue with new albumEleven years after their last studio album, the forever Rolling Stones are back once again with "Blue and Lonesome," a tribute to the blues legends who forged the band's soul. Mississippi-born Muddy Waters was the scene's godfather, and his song "Rollin' Stone" gave Jagger's band its name.Completing the full circle, the band recorded the album at the British Grove Studios, close to the west London pubs where they honed their all-conquering sound in the early 1960s.The band hadn't intended their 23rd studio release to be a covers record. Guitarist Keith Richards, who had recently released a blues-inspired solo album "Crosseyed Heart," said he started the ball rolling by getting the band to play the Little Walter track "Blue and Lonesome". Only a few lucky fans may be able to experience the tracks live, according to Jagger.
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