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But even if the house was not full, they sure could sing, dance and rock and roll. Like the other concerts, this was another great experience. No big surprises in the setlist. On the small stage they started off with Respectable (at least Mick was singing it), but then quite professionally he changed it into When The Whip Comes Down.
Like last night Bob Dylan guest played on Like A Rolling Stone. And again, it was a great experience, seing the guy who wrote the song on stage with the Stones.
Bob Dylan had a set similar to last night, starting 8:30, ending 9:30.
So now it's goodbye to Argentina for this time. Thank you very much to each and every fan in Argentina, for making these concerts such an amazing experience in Stonesland. Like Keith said - One and all - Thank you one and all!
More reviews, please! What was your favorite moment? What was the best song? Was it as great as in 1995? Please, Argentina fans, tell us by email what you think. I'll publish your thoughts here! PS. Also, if you can't do it in English, then please do a review in Spanish!
Start time: 10:15 End time : 00:40The set list:
I suspected it and I could not let the history go without being part of it and it was the the main reason that made me travel to Argentina from Peru my country by bus very far away.
It did not matter the long days,almost four just to go, different weathers and troubles the objective was to be present. Argentines have the good habit to receive the Stones now and then but living in my country I will never see them alive, only could see them on video or hear them in CD at the longest.
It was so exciting to step on the field of River stadium after so many days of travel I was there and the time would be short to see the show my mind did not accept it.
I needed a hard dosis of fact and it came very fast. It was the time lights go out, adrenaline began to raise it was when I saw a meteor growing and bursting in front of me followed for the very known and milenary sounds of Keith in Satisfaction.
There was a exciting chemestry between the Stones and the Argentines The Stones knew that and they felt very fine.
I was there being part of the History. Mick was the sorcerer the rest of the band complete the magic, total Satisfaction for everybody and very special for me because I had to cross the Andean mountains to be presen in that special place and I will treasure for the rest of my life those two nights on the field of River Plate Stadium in Buenos Aires Argentina.
Read all about the Bridges To Babylon tour in the It's Only Rock'n Roll magazine. Next issue IORR 32 out March 20, 1998.
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