Big news for fans of The Rolling Stones. The rock legends are expected to cause a big stir next month.
FOX's Laura Ingle explains why in "Bonus Track":
Rolling Stones fans are sure to like this...
Several previously unreleased songs and outtakes will be put up for auction next month in the UK.
A rare 1/4 inch reel-to-reel tape containing nine tracks has surfaced more than 50 years after the band originally recorded them.
Tracksauctions.com will handle the sale of the 17 minute recording - and shared this track with FOX, which is believed to be a second take of the Stones' tune "As Tears Go By".
The discovery came from Jeremy Nielson, a friend of the sound engineer at IBC Studios in London. He saved the tape from being destroyed in 1967, stored it in a box in his attic for more than five decades before listening to its contents.
The tape is expected sell for $5,000 - $8,000, though Nielsen says he would be just as 'satisfied' to see the Stones buy the masters themselves.
I'm Laura Ingle, and that's your Bonus Track!
LISTEN to a clip of "As Tears Go By" by The Rolling Stones: