Who says you can’t always get what you want?
A newly unearthed Rolling Stones track featuring Led Zeppelin’s Jimmy Page on guitar will be out this fall.
The track, titled “Scarlet,” will debut on the “Start Me Up” rockers’ reissue of the 1973 album “Goats Head Soup,” out Sept. 4.
The LP boasts 10 bonus tracks, including two other previously unheard licks, “Criss Cross” — which you can listen to now — and “All the Rage.”
“Scarlet” is named after Page’s first child, Scarlet Page.
“The layered guitar textures of ‘Scarlet’ make for a track that’s as infectious and raunchy as anything the band cut in this hallowed era,” a press release states.
The “Goats Head Soup” reissue, available for preorder on the Stones’ website, will come in a four-album set — featuring a 120-page book of rare photos and essays, plus four posters — and a two-album set, all offered on both vinyl and CD.
The album, best known for the standout ballad “Angie,” initially received mixed reviews, but frontman Mick Jagger was especially proud of the band’s efforts.
“I really feel close to this album, and I really put all I had into it … I guess it comes across that I’m more into the songs,” Jagger says in the press release.
The Rolling Stones — British rock ’n’ roll legends led by Jagger and Keith Richards since 1962 — were set to embark on their No Filter tour this year, but postponed it due to the coronavirus pandemic.