Stones played clean
This album contains many classics from the early days as well as hits from the late 90’s, when the Bridges to Babylon tour occurred. Very well recorded; containing appropriate audience cheers and applause but with a minimum of background noise. The execution was exemplary for a live album. After all, live means not having a second chance to edit, so no one should complain that something doesn’t sound like the released studio song. Many songs feature welcome changes to lyrics and stage-craft. Rhythm and blues on fine display with many extended riffs. Worth having!
Chicago Live Show
Just saw them in Chicago and the show was fantastic. Just as great now as when i first saw them in the 1970s if not better. Ignore all trolls and whiners.
By Nanker Phelger
Having heard the Stones in concert several times, I think it’s worth saying that this doesn’t seem to have typical ‘live’ mastering done like I hear on about 90% of other artists ‘live’ albums. The one thing that The Rolling Stones offer is a raw sound, they are the original garage band, they can write a song in 1965 and it will sound absolutely different when played over the last nearly 55 years - and admire that we shall.
The piano into to Sympathy of the Devil is a great example of taking a legacy song and making it new just by jamming a little in the front end in a new way.
I look back on their nearly 60 year legacy to music and I’m grateful that my ears have had the opportunity to enjoy what they do, emotionally, drunk, sober...it just works.
An oldies band
Great sound quality. God bless The Rolling Stones
Decent live, ignore Bradleysss usual negative comments
...And I Like It
don't need it....but i'll buy it...
By looking back
A definitive collection of songs you can only find on prior albums. These are the hits, and sung live. How can you go wrong? Buy now, and lock in the price. This chance may never come again, or it might.
By The Bradleyss
The Stones haven't been a very good live band since the mid-1980s. Yet they keep chugging out live albums.
Cashing out, it's called.
Could Have Chosen a Better Show From This Tour
Very pedestrian set list. So many better shows to choose from. Let's release Knebworth next please.