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In February 1974, using the Rolling Stones Mobile Recording Unit, Bill Wyman started working on a new Stones compilation album to be called ‘The Black Box’, featuring all unreleased studio tracks, but the project ended up being shelved later in favour of the ‘Metamorphosis’ album. Bill’s original picks for the record were:
Bright Lights Big City/Cops and Robbers/I’d Much Rather Be With The Boys/Little Red Rooster (Live)/Down The Road Apiece (Live)/Don’t Lie To Me/If You Let Me/Godzi/Panama Powder Room/Gold Painted Nails/Fannie Mae/Down In The Bottom

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