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  1. The Rolling Stones live in Porto Alegre, Brazil, March - Photo by Bjornulf Vik The set list "Midnight Rambler" came in at , one of the longest of the tour, but it was an exercise in quantity over quality. Just when I thought no show could ever top the second night in Buenos Aires, Montevideo, or the one in Rio, then came.
  2. Feb 08,  · The Rolling Stones - Midnight Rambler (Live The Rolling Stones 8,, views. 50+ videos Play all Mix - The Rolling Stones - (Live Jumpin' Jack Flash (Bridges To Buenos Aires.
  3. Opening (intro) 1. Bitch 2. Midnight Rambler 3. Gimme Shelter 4. This Place Is Empty That's What I Do (segue) 5. It's Only Rock 'n Roll China, A Slow Process (segue) River Plate Stadium, Buenos Aires, Argentina Opening (intro) 1. Worried About You Football Chant (segue) 2. Happy 3. Miss You Ronnie & Audience (segue) 4. Paint It Black /5(21).
  4. May 16,  · Midnight Rambler Honky Tonk Women All Down The Line Rip This Joint Jumping Jack Flash Street Fighting Man Crew: Mick Jagger - Vocals/Harmonica DVD - Rolling Stones live in Buenos Aires - 1 DVD - Rolling Stones live in The Hague - 1DVD.
  5. Jun 23,  · Flashback to when the Rolling Stones had recently launched their own label Rolling Stones Records and shortly before releasing their first album on that label STICKY FINGERS, they embarked on a 9-city U.K. tour which was a "farewell" outing in their homeland before residing to the South of France for tax vawelcranfogabarranisnobirave.coinfos:
  6. Directed by Paul Dugdale. With Mick Jagger, Darryl Jones, Bobby Keys, Keith Richards. The Rolling Stones historic and triumphant return to Hyde Park was without doubt the event of the summer. Over , delirious fans of all ages packed into the park for two spectacular outdoor concerts to watch Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood do what they do best.
  7. The Rolling Stones story for me, as I keep discovering from one experience to another, is like a story that was previously written and I only had to show up to live it. It’s most of all about the concerts, the energy, the feeling of how being true to yourself and doing the things that make you happy can get you anywhere, this is how I feel it.
  8. Having not hit the road for most of the 80s, The Steel Wheels Tour was an astounding return for the Rolling Stones, not least as it was the longest tour they had by that point undertaken. It was also to be their last with Bill Wyman. Steel Wheels Live was recorded towards the end of the band’s date run through the stadiums of North America, in the second half of The gate-busting.
  9. "Midnight Rambler" returned to the Rolling Stones' repertoire in and has remained a powerful concert favourite ever since. The January rendition featured in the Stones' concert collection Four Flicks runs about twelve minutes, while a briefer July performance appears on .

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