It looks as though Rolling Stones fans have several archival releases coming their way. According to various fan reports, 50th anniversary sets of the band's all-star Rock And Roll Circus projects, along with their watershed 1968 comeback album, Beggars Banquet, are set for special reissues.

A message tipping fans off on the unofficial Facebook page "Stoned - Celebrating Everything About The Rolling Stones" read: "This September we should see the beginning of three releases by ABKCO of Rolling Stones projects. There will be a 50th Anniversary release of the album Beggars Banquet, which I don't know all the details of. The Rolling Stones Rock N' Roll Circus has been remastered for Blu-ray (maybe 4k as well), and the (in-studio documentary) movie One Plus One will be released on Blu-ray as well and a possible theatrical release in 3D. There might be bonus material for all three projects but I don't have any definitive answers yet." There's been no official word regarding any 50th anniversary releases.

Back in 1968, Mick Jagger appeared in the rock documentary Popcorn: An Audio Visual Thing, which was released the following year and featured him talking about the Stones' then-recent Beggars Banquet sessions. He was asked if the band was recording the type of music they themselves wanted to hear: "Is my -- is the Stones music? Mmm, I quite enjoy listening to it, but there's only just one facet of what we like to do. The album that we've just done is just one kind of thing. I don't want to do that at all, y'know, I don't think I want to do that kind of thing any more." in Prague, Czech Republic. The band wraps its 2018 "No Filter" European tour on July 8th in Warsaw, Poland.

AUDIO: MICK JAGGER ON THE ROLLING STONES' 1968 MUSIC