Rarest of the rare! “The Harlem Shuffle”. This was written in 1963 by an R&B duo, and then covered in 1986 by The Rolling Stones, originally on their album, Dirty Works, and then on its own. It went to number 5 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart, number 13 in the United Kingdom, and number 1 in New Zealand. Keith Richards had been looking for songs to possibly include on the album and had been working up songs with Ronnie Wood while waiting for Jagger to return to the studio in Paris after doing promo work on his solo album. To Richards' surprise, Jagger liked the feel and cut the vocals quickly. It became the first cover song the Stones had released as an opening single off a new studio album since 1965. The Rolling Stones produced an accompanying four-minute music video, which combined live-action and animation. So cool to watch. Stones so young, video so funky cool, and music so Rolling Stones! Signed by Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood, Charlie Watts and Bill Wyman.