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The Rolling Stones Ladies & Gentlemen - Exile Tour 1972 Rmst.

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catalog number: DVD498077

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The Rolling Stones: Ladies & Gentlemen - Exile Tour 1972 Rmst.

(201/EAGLE) NTSC, Code 0, 110 Min., Bonus Feat.
 

Songs

The Rolling Stones - Ladies & Gentlemen - Exile Tour 1972 Rmst. Medium 1
1: Bown Sugar  
2: Bitch  
3: Gimme Shelter  
4: Dead Flowers  
5: Happy  
6: Tumbling Dice  
7: Love In Vain  
8: Sweet Virgina  
9: You Can't Always Get Waht You Want  
10: All Down The Line  
11: Midnight Rambler  
12: Bye Bye Johnny  
13: Rip This Joint  
14: Jumpin' Jack Flash  
15: Street Fighting Man  

 

Artikeleigenschaften von The Rolling Stones: Ladies & Gentlemen - Exile Tour 1972 Rmst.

  • Interpret: The Rolling Stones

  • Albumtitel: Ladies & Gentlemen - Exile Tour 1972 Rmst.

  • Format DVD
  • Genre Rock

  • DVD-Genre Musik & Konzerte
  • DVD-SubGenre Rock
  • Title Ladies & Gentlemen - Exile Tour 1972 Rmst.
  • Release date 2010
  • Label EAGLE VISION

  • DVD-Regionalcode
  • SubGenre Rock - General

  • EAN: 5034504980778

  • weight in Kg 0.100
 
 

Artist description "Rolling Stones, The"

The Rolling Stones came shortly after the Beatles, although they had been around for some time. They always stayed in second place behind the Beatles, the well-behaved, well-behaved boys next door, as their exact counterparts. They were always controversial. Scandals pave their way. Drug and excesses, wild fights and legendary orgies characterize Mick Jagger, Keith Richard, Charlie Watts and Bill Wyman - to some extent also Mick Taylor, who took his place after the death of Brian Jones and only recently retired.

Musically, the Rolling Stones come from the blues and a little bit from jazz, but they added rock elements early on. Their music has always been rough and hard. But the Rolling Stones never became as style-blind as the Beatles were, on the contrary, they let themselves be influenced by the boys. When they turned the pop world upside down with their soft number "Yesterday", the Rolling Stones followed suit in a flash. When the Beatles said "All You Need Is Love', Mick Jagger sang sweetly in the ear of his fans "We love You'.

After the Beatles split up, the Rolling Stones finally took control of the rock paradise. In 1975 the Rolling Stones embarked on their eighth tour of the USA - the first since 1972 - starting in Baton Rouge, passing Jacksonville on August 2 and continuing to Mexico, Brazil, Venezuela, where the mammoth tour ended in Caracas on August 31. 95% of the available tickets (1.5 million) were sold in 8 hours.

Original Press Release: WEA Music GmbH

 
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