Mick Jagger’s four solo albums set for reissue

Mick Jagger
Mick Jagger (Image credit: Maria Moratti - Getty)

Mick Jagger’s four solo albums are to be reissued next month.

She’s The Boss from 1985, 1987’s Primitive Cool, 1993’s Wandering Spirit and 2001’s Goddess In The Doorway will all be released on heavyweight 180g vinyl on December 6 through Polydor.

All of the Rolling Stones (opens in new tab)' frontman's records have been remastered at half-speed from analogue tape transfers by engineer Miles Showell at London's Abbey Road Studios.

“This high audio definition remastering treatment, which creates the finest audio quality vinyl pressings available, was recently used for all the albums in the acclaimed boxed set The Rolling Stones Studio Albums Vinyl Collection 1971 – 2016 (opens in new tab),” says a statement.

All four records will feature printed inner bags with full lyrics.

She’s The Boss was originally recorded at Compass Point in the Bahamas, and was produced by Jagger, Bill Laswell and Nile Rodgers and featured special guests Jeff Beck, Pete Townshend (opens in new tab) and Herbie Hancock.

Primitive Cool was laid down between Barbados and the Netherlands and featured the singles Let’s Work and Party Doll, while Wandering Spirit saw Jagger work with acclaimed producer Rick Rubin.

Guests on the record included Lenny Kravitz, Courtney Pine, Benmont Tench, Billy Preston and Red Hot Child Peppers (opens in new tab)' bassist Flea.

Goddess In The Doorway saw Jagger once again team up with Kravitz and Townshend, with U2 (opens in new tab)’s Bono also appearing on the track Joy.

All four albums are now available to pre-order.

Mick Jagger: She’s The Boss (opens in new tab)

Mick Jagger: She’s The Boss (opens in new tab)
Mick Jagger’s debut solo album She’s The Boss arrived in early 1985 and it brought success for the Stones frontman, with the record hitting no.6 in the UK charts.

Mick Jagger: Primitive Cool (opens in new tab)

Mick Jagger: Primitive Cool (opens in new tab)
Jagger followed his debut offering with 1987's Primitive Cool and although it didn't quite achieve the chart success of its predecessor, it did include the singles Let’s Work and Party Doll

Mick Jagger: Wandering Spirit (opens in new tab)

Mick Jagger: Wandering Spirit (opens in new tab)
1993’s Wandering Spirit saw the Rolling Stones frontman team up with producer Rick Rubin. It was a successful partnership which saw the album climbing the charts in the UK and US.

Mick Jagger: Goddess In The Doorway  (opens in new tab)

Mick Jagger: Goddess In The Doorway  (opens in new tab)
Goddess In The Doorway arrived in late 2001, with Jagger recording the album following the release of the Stones' Bridges to Babylon. It features guest appearances from Pete Townshend and Bono.

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