People: Mar. 17, 1986

The Rolling Stones gather not much. They did get together long enough recently, however, to make their first album in two years. Called Dirty Work, it features eight new Stones songs, but the album's sole video, which premiered on MTV last week, is a golden oldie, Harlem Shuffle. "We have a lot of influence," explains Ron Wood, "and we'd like to turn the kids of today on to what we consider our roots." As for working as a group again, Mick Jagger says, "It was like going back to an old shoe." Stones in an old shoe are not entirely comfortable,...

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