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Charlie Watts, Ronnie Wood and Keith Richards during the Stones' "Miss You" at Desert Trip, October 14, 2016

Charlie Watts, Ronnie Wood and Keith Richards during the Stones’ “Miss You” at Desert Trip, October 14, 2016

On weekend two of the Desert Trip festival, produced by the Coachella organizers in Indio, CA, the Rolling Stones‘ Friday night (October 14) set started with four familiar tracks. The concert started with “Jumpin’ Jack Flash” (rather than their traditional opener “Start Me Up”), followed by “Get Off of My Cloud,” “It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll” and “Tumbling Dice.”

The “World’s Greatest Rock ‘n’ Roll Band” then offered the live debut of the blues cover (from Buddy Johnson), “Just Your Fool,” the song they’ve been teasing online from their upcoming Blue & Lonesome album.

Related: Details on the Stones’ new blues album

Mick Jagger introduced the song: “We thought we discovered the blues. But we hadn’t obviously. It was the music that brought us all together. We got together in the studio recently and made a blues album.” He then called out to a stage hand: “I’ll need a harmonica for this one. And, uh, we’re gonna do a song from that album. This one’s called ‘Just Your Fool.'”

Watch the quick 2:20-minute number…

Related: Original Stones’ bassist Bill Wyman talks about the birth of the Stones

The band altered weekend two’s set a bit also adding such classic rock favorites as “Sweet Virginia,” “Angie” and “Paint It Black.” War horses like “Sympathy For the Devil,” “Brown Sugar” and “Honky Tonk Women” were back. (Complete setlist is below.)

Watch “Tumbling Dice”…

Related: Our review of the Stones’ October 7, 2016 performance at Desert Trip

The Rolling Stones October 14, 2016 Setlist
Jumpin’ Jack Flash
Get Off of My Cloud
It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll
Tumbling Dice
Just Your Fool
Sweet Virginia
Live With Me
Paint It Black
Honky Tonk Women
You Got the Silver
Little T&A
Midnight Rambler
Miss You

Gimme Shelter
Start Me Up
Sympathy For the Devil
Brown Sugar

You Can’t Always Get What You Want
(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction

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