The Rolling Stones #14onFire checked into Dusseldorf, Germany on Thursday where German fans wee treated to the 1981 Tattoo You rarity ‘Worried About You’.

‘Worried About You’ was written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards in 1975 originally, but not used, for the ‘Black and Blue’ album.

The original song features guitar by Wayne Perkins, who was one of the shortlist of musicians auditioned to replace Mick Taylor and before it was decided to go with Ronnie Wood, who also played ‘Black and Blue’. The final release in 1981 featured added overdubs. The line-up of The Stones on the final version also includes Billy Preston on electric piano.

In the 1981 video, Ronnie Wood is seen performing the Perkins’ solo (see below).

‘Worried About You’ was played twice live in 1977 at the El Mocambo Club in Canada. It wasn’t play live again until 2002. The song has only ever been played once live in Australia, on April 13, 2006 at Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne.

The Rolling Stones, Dusseldorf, June 19, 2014 SETLIST

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Jumpin’ Jack Flash (from Through The Past Darkly, 1969)
Lets Spend The Night Together (from Between The Buttons, 1967)
It’s Only Rock ‘N’ Roll (But I Like It) (from It’s Only Rock N Roll, 1974)
Tumbling Dice (from Exile On Main Street, 1972)
Worried About You (from Tattoo You, 1981)
Doom And Gloom (from GRRR, 2012)
Street Fighting Man (from Beggars Banquet, 1968)(Request)
Out Of Control (from Bridges To Babylon, 1997)
Honky Tonk Women (from Through The Past Darkly, 1969)
You Got The Silver (from Let It Bleed, 1969)(with Keith on lead vocals)
Can’t Be See (with Keith on lead vocals) (from Steel Wheels, 1989)
Midnight Rambler (with Mick Taylor on guitar) (from Let It Bleed, 1969)
Miss You (from Some Girls, 1978)
Gimme Shelter (from Let It Bleed, 1969)
Start Me Up (from Tattoo You, 1981)
Sympathy For The Devil (from Beggars Banquet, 1968)
Brown Sugar (from Sticky Fingers, 1971)


You Can’t Always Get What You Want (from Let It Bleed, 1969)
(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction (with Mick Taylor) (from Out Of Our Heads, 1965)

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