THE ROLLING STONES Ladies & Gentlemen… The Rolling Stones (1972)

Ladies & Gentlemen… The Rolling Stones (1972)
Unofficial Film Soundtrack

Since certain areas of the country would never get anywhere near a Stones world tour, this “Quadrophonic Film Concert” (as it was billed) was about the next best thing. It’s from the Stones’ 1972 Exile On Main Street Tour, recorded in Texas over four nights, and the band line-up features Mick Taylor, along with auxiliary greats like Nicky Hopkins and Bobby Keys. So it’s hard to go wrong with this set, which sounds about as good as any other live material from the Stones during this period. Wiki has some detailed information about how unique the film was. This particular post is some variation of a soundboard version, as no official soundtrack has been released. A DVD was finally issued just last month after decades in storage. Amazon has it, and the standard, expensive box set. (@320)


Ladies & Gentlemen… The Rolling Stones (2:10)
Brown Sugar (3:13)
Bitch (4:45)
Gimme Shelter (4:49)
Dead Flowers (4:11)
Happy (3:07)
Tumbling Dice (5:21)
Love In Vain (6:36)
Sweet Virginia (4:33)
You Can’t Always Get What You Want (7:27)
All Down The Line (4:57)
Midnight Rambler (11:56)
Band Introduction (1:21)
Bye Bye Johnny (3:19)
Rip This Joint (2:26)
Jumping Jack Flash (3:38)
Street Fighting Man (4:35)
Closing (1:15)

2 Comments

  • 1
    Willard
    May 26, 2011 - 15:30 | Permalink

    Search HERE

  • 2
    jivethumb
    December 19, 2011 - 02:50 | Permalink

    i have the video but this is sweet!

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