Never-before-seen Super-8 footage of the Rolling Stones from July 22nd, 1972 has just popped up online. The clip, which features dubbed stereo audience sound, includes two songs — “Bitch” and “Midnight Rambler” captured at Pittsburgh’s Civic Arena.

FAST FACTS

  • The Rolling Stones‘ legedary “American Tour 1972,” also known as the “Stones Touring Party” and nicknamed “S.T.P.,” played 48 shows between June 3rd to July 26th, 1972.
  • Out now is the soundtrack to the live movie chronicling the tour — Ladies And Gentlemen . . . The Rolling Stones. The tracklisting is: “Brown Sugar,” “Bitch,” “Gimme Shelter,” “Dead Flowers,” “Happy,” “Tumbling Dice,” “Love In Vain,” “Sweet Virginia,” “You Can’t Always Get What You Want,” “All Down The Line,” “Midnight Rambler,” “Bye Bye Johnny,” “Rip This Joint,” “Jumpin’ Jack Flash,” and “Street Fighting Man.”

CHECK IT OUT: Fan-shot footage of The Stones on June 22nd, 1972 performing “Bitch” and “Midnight Rambler” live in Pittsburgh: