The Rolling Stones Release The Ride ‘Em On Down Video Featuring Kristen Stewart


Blue and Lonesome hits stores today, and the overall response to the 25th studio album by The Rolling Stones has been extremely positive. The legends returned to their blues upbringing, and created an amazing record full of ’50s-era deep cuts from the likes of Jimmy Reed, Howlin’ Wolf, Little Walter and Magic Sam. To celebrate the album’s release, the legends have just released their ‘Ride ‘Em On Down’ video that features actress Kristen Stewart. Here’s what Kristen said on the opportunity: “It didn’t take much more than a few words to get me amped on the idea. The Stones. A 65 Mustang. Alone in Los Angeles. And the shoot was just as dreamy as the idea. We tore LA apart in a day and we had one hell of a soundtrack.”

Enjoy the clip for their cover of Eddie Taylor‘s ‘Ride ‘Em On Down’ below, and pick up Blue and Lonesome today!

Blue and Lonesome track listing:
1. Just Your Fool (original written and recorded in 1960 by Little Walter)
2. Commit a Crime (original written and recorded in 1966 by Howlin’ Wolf aka Chester Burnett)
3. Blue and Lonesome (original written and recorded in 1959 by Little Walter)
4. All of Your Love (original written and recorded in 1967 by Magic Sam aka Samuel Maghett)
5. I Gotta Go (original written and recorded in 1955 by Little Walter)
6. Everybody Knows About My Good Thing (original recorded in 1971 by Little Johnny Taylor, composed by Miles Grayson and Lermon Horton)
7. Ride ’Em On Down (original written and recorded in 1955 by Eddie Taylor)
8. Hate To See You Go (original written and recorded in 1955 by Little Walter)
9. Hoo Doo Blues (original recorded in 1958 by Lightnin’ Slim aka Otis Hicks, composed by him and Jerry West)
10. Little Rain (original recorded in 1957 by Jimmy Reed, composed by him and Ewart G Abner Jr)
11. Just Like I Treat You (original written by Willie Dixon and recorded by Howlin’ Wolf in December 1961)
12. I Can’t Quit You Baby (Original written by Willie Dixon and recorded by Otis Rush in 1956)