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Re: Last time Miss You wasn’t played live?
Posted by: Topi ()
Date: May 28, 2024 14:47

Now the question is, at which stadium show was Miss You first omitted?

Looking at setlist.fm, it was played at every show in 1981, 1982, 1989 and 1990.

So is the answer opening night of the Voodoo Lounge tour, RFK Stadium, August 1st, 1994? Setlist.fm doesn't have Miss You at that show. It was played at the second show and apparently every show on that tour since.

All told, the year 1994 saw 62 Stones shows and 59 performances of Miss You. It wasn't played at the RPM Club warm-up show or on opening night.

Setlist.fm also counts the MTV Video Music Awards as a show (and why shouldn't they?), only two songs played there and no Miss You.



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 2024-05-28 14:55 by Topi.

Re: The Rolling Stones set list discussions
Posted by: GasLightStreet ()
Date: May 29, 2024 08:15

Which first show did Keith butcher the opening lick of Start Me Up? Is there anyway to know?

To my knowledge it's 2015 (which was officially corrected for HYDE PARK/SWEET SUMMER SUN).

It's astounding that he continues to do that.

Second show in New Jersey. I forget the other one.

It's great that they're playing different songs, in that slot, basically, every show on the 2024 tour.

The only slight is that they're not playing enough new songs. But at least they haven't dropped any - they played four the second New Jersey show!

Re: The Rolling Stones set list discussions
Date: May 29, 2024 09:32

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GasLightStreet
Which first show did Keith butcher the opening lick of Start Me Up? Is there anyway to know?

To my knowledge it's 2015 (which was officially corrected for HYDE PARK/SWEET SUMMER SUN).

It's astounding that he continues to do that.

Second show in New Jersey. I forget the other one.

It's great that they're playing different songs, in that slot, basically, every show on the 2024 tour.

The only slight is that they're not playing enough new songs. But at least they haven't dropped any - they played four the second New Jersey show!

2013.

Was this the first time he butchered the JJF-intro? smiling smiley

I don't know, but as with SMU and others I'm sure it has happened time and again during the years.





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Re: The Rolling Stones set list discussions
Posted by: RisingStone ()
Date: May 29, 2024 19:25

The following list is a revised/updated version of my post on the Seattle show live thread a couple of weeks ago. I am reposting this to show what an almost 80-year old can do.

Eric Clapton is 79 years old now.
He delivers a fair number of rarely played songs and deep cuts on the ongoing UK/European tour to the delight of the hardcore, taking them by pleasant surprise.

*Presence Of The Lord (played with Blind Faith and Derek & The Dominos in 1969-1970, on the 1973 Rainbow Concerts and the ‘come back’ tour in 1974. Never played again until 2007 for two occasions with Steve Winwood. And then on Clapton/Winwood tour 2008-2011. Finally, at the Ginger Baker Tribute 2020)

*Back Home (played only for the first half of the Back Home Tour 2006)

*You Were There (played only once at the Earls Court, London, October 15, 1998)

*Holy Mother (after being featured onstage during the August album period in 1986-1988, played very occasionally afterwards)

*Golden Ring (played only 3 times in the 1978 European tour in all of recorded history and never performed live in 46 years until London Royal Albert Hall, May 21, this year)

*That’s Alright (AKA Who’s Loving You Tonight, a blues number largely made famous by Jimmy Rogers, played by EC only sporadically from 1975 to the present)

Never say never…



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2024-05-29 19:28 by RisingStone.

Re: The Rolling Stones set list discussions
Posted by: hockenheim95 ()
Date: May 29, 2024 19:50

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RisingStone
The following list is a revised/updated version of my post on the Seattle show live thread a couple of weeks ago. I am reposting this to show what an almost 80-year old can do.

Eric Clapton is 79 years old now.
He delivers a fair number of rarely played songs and deep cuts on the ongoing UK/European tour to the delight of the hardcore, taking them by pleasant surprise.

*Presence Of The Lord (played with Blind Faith and Derek & The Dominos in 1969-1970, on the 1973 Rainbow Concerts and the ‘come back’ tour in 1974. Never played again until 2007 for two occasions with Steve Winwood. And then on Clapton/Winwood tour 2008-2011. Finally, at the Ginger Baker Tribute 2020)

*Back Home (played only for the first half of the Back Home Tour 2006)

*You Were There (played only once at the Earls Court, London, October 15, 1998)

*Holy Mother (after being featured onstage during the August album period in 1986-1988, played very occasionally afterwards)

*Golden Ring (played only 3 times in the 1978 European tour in all of recorded history and never performed live in 46 years until London Royal Albert Hall, May 21, this year)

*That’s Alright (AKA Who’s Loving You Tonight, a blues number largely made famous by Jimmy Rogers, played by EC only sporadically from 1975 to the present)

Never say never…

What the Stones can do in 2024:

* Out of Time - never played before in North American

* Time is on my Side - Not played in North America since Hampton 1981

* Mess it Up - never played before on stage

* Tell me Straight - never played before on stage

* Whole wide World - only performed before in a small club

* Angry - only performed before in a small club

* Sweet sounds of Heaven - only performed before in a small club

That's 7:6 for the Stones and the tour has just started...



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Re: The Rolling Stones set list discussions
Posted by: RisingStone ()
Date: May 29, 2024 20:04

You can’t call songs from the new album ‘deep cuts’ though, even though they are all premiered and played in public for the first time.

Re: The Rolling Stones set list discussions
Posted by: RisingStone ()
Date: May 31, 2024 05:27

Wild Horses = new warhorse

Re: The Rolling Stones set list discussions
Posted by: hockenheim95 ()
Date: May 31, 2024 09:51

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RisingStone
Wild Horses = new warhorse

It deserves that status!

Re: The Rolling Stones set list discussions
Date: May 31, 2024 09:57

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RisingStone
Wild Horses = new warhorse

It's been a warhorse since 1995. It just had a little break winking smiley

Re: The Rolling Stones set list discussions
Date: May 31, 2024 11:53

Anyone knows why they seldom play Angie?

Re: The Rolling Stones set list discussions
Posted by: EddieByword ()
Date: May 31, 2024 12:10

I wish they wouldn't play that Mess it up, it's so bland and middle of the road I'm surprised Keith didn't snort it.....(white line...

(Whole Wide World all the time instead, which is great).....

Re: The Rolling Stones set list discussions
Posted by: RisingStone ()
Date: May 31, 2024 12:57

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DandelionPowderman
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RisingStone
Wild Horses = new warhorse

It's been a warhorse since 1995. It just had a little break winking smiley

Seriously, WH has not been played that often as could be claimed to be a ‘warhorse’ on any previous tours except 1975 when it was a regular feature on the setlist.

On this tour, though, it has been continuously played since Seattle (i.e. four consecutive times).

[www.setlist.fm]

Re: The Rolling Stones set list discussions
Date: May 31, 2024 14:55

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RisingStone
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DandelionPowderman
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RisingStone
Wild Horses = new warhorse

It's been a warhorse since 1995. It just had a little break winking smiley

Seriously, WH has not been played that often as could be claimed to be a ‘warhorse’ on any previous tours except 1975 when it was a regular feature on the setlist.

On this tour, though, it has been continuously played since Seattle (i.e. four consecutive times).

[www.setlist.fm]

Played 159 times.

It's harder for a ballad in that slot to get warhorse-status, I'll give you that. However, WH is as close as it gets.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2024-05-31 14:55 by DandelionPowderman.

Re: The Rolling Stones set list discussions
Posted by: hockenheim95 ()
Date: May 31, 2024 15:00

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DandelionPowderman
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RisingStone
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DandelionPowderman
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RisingStone
Wild Horses = new warhorse

It's been a warhorse since 1995. It just had a little break winking smiley

Seriously, WH has not been played that often as could be claimed to be a ‘warhorse’ on any previous tours except 1975 when it was a regular feature on the setlist.

On this tour, though, it has been continuously played since Seattle (i.e. four consecutive times).

[www.setlist.fm]

Played 159 times.

It's harder for a ballad in that slot to get warhorse-status, I'll give you that. However, WH is as close as it gets.

I think only Angie has been played more often and of course You can't Always get which has been performed 780 times according to setlist fm and is performed at every big show since 2012. But that's a different ballad type I think and with the studio version one can argue if it is a ballad at all.

Edit: Ruby Tuesday has been performed 180 Times so that's more than Wild Horses but that's mainly because it was played at nearly every show on the Steel Wheels/Urban Jungle tour



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2024-05-31 15:04 by hockenheim95.

Re: The Rolling Stones set list discussions
Posted by: Stoneage ()
Date: May 31, 2024 16:19

Wild Horses wins almost every song vote which, I guess, adds on to its warhorse status. Social media is dominated by "tourists", not nerds - they vote on songs they can recognize of course.

Re: The Rolling Stones set list discussions
Posted by: georgelicks ()
Date: May 31, 2024 16:45

Wild Horses is one of the band's Top 20 streamed songs and it's on Hot Rocks which is charting on the Billboard 200 since the tour start.

Re: The Rolling Stones set list discussions
Posted by: RisingStone ()
Date: May 31, 2024 16:47

WH has been in and out of song vote, which tells you its rather uncertain status. It is more befitting to a rotation song rather than a staple/warhorse IMHO. Four consecutive live outings are over the top.

Re: The Rolling Stones set list discussions
Posted by: TurningToGold2 ()
Date: May 31, 2024 17:52

Everyone is welcome to their own opinion, but I think Wild Horses is one of the highlights of this tour, and has grown in stature in recent years.

It's a really strong performance, and they very rarely play "clams" or make mistakes. You can look high and low on the internet, you'll never find somebody saying "Wild Horses was great, but Keith screwed up the intro" or "Mick couldn't hit the notes"or anything like that. They deliver the goods, every time.

I for one hope they keep doing it, I think it's one of the better tunes in their arsenal right now. Should be elevated to "warhorse" status, I don't think it would hurt.

There are certain songs that have "meaning" to the audience, where maybe it means something a little different to each individual person in the crowd, but certain of these Stones songs have memories associated with them, that gives them a little something extra, and everyone hears them in their own personal way. Wild Horses is one of those type of songs.

Re: The Rolling Stones set list discussions
Posted by: FeelslikeaGhost ()
Date: May 31, 2024 18:01

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georgelicks
Wild Horses is one of the band's Top 20 streamed songs and it's on Hot Rocks which is charting on the Billboard 200 since the tour start.

#8 to be exact, it’s one of their most popular songs amongst gen z / millennials

Re: The Rolling Stones set list discussions
Posted by: RisingStone ()
Date: May 31, 2024 19:13

“Warhorses…couldn’t drag me away,”

…just singing.

Re: The Rolling Stones set list discussions
Posted by: BeastyBurdeny ()
Date: June 1, 2024 01:45

I hope bitch becomes a warhorse for this tour cool smiley

Re: The Rolling Stones set list discussions
Posted by: RisingStone ()
Date: June 1, 2024 02:02

smoking smiley

Re: The Rolling Stones set list discussions
Posted by: SoulSurvivor1990 ()
Date: June 1, 2024 02:53

The set list has been great this tour. It almost reminds me of No Security with lesser played songs (Cloud, Shattered, Bitch) become surprisingly invigorated regulars at the forefront. She’s So Cold was a nice surprise, and the Vegas Rolling Stone is the best version I’ve ever heard. It’s Only Rock’n Roll is another song that just sounds fantastic for the first time in years this tour.

It’s less about the set list and more about focus and feel now. If they sound tight and comfortable, bring it on.

Re: The Rolling Stones set list discussions
Posted by: RisingStone ()
Date: June 1, 2024 03:20

The IORR’s first ever “next warhorse vote”grinning smiley

Which song do you want to be a regular live staple, AKA “warhorse”, for the rest of the current N.A. tour as well as the subsequent Hackney Diamonds World Tour?

Wild Horses
Bitch
Out Of Time
Whole Wide World

I’d go for WWW. What about you?



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2024-06-01 03:21 by RisingStone.

Re: The Rolling Stones set list discussions
Posted by: BeastyBurdeny ()
Date: June 1, 2024 03:46

Bitch all day

Re: The Rolling Stones set list discussions
Posted by: GasLightStreet ()
Date: June 1, 2024 08:20

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DandelionPowderman
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GasLightStreet
Which first show did Keith butcher the opening lick of Start Me Up? Is there anyway to know?

To my knowledge it's 2015 (which was officially corrected for HYDE PARK/SWEET SUMMER SUN).

It's astounding that he continues to do that.

Second show in New Jersey. I forget the other one.

It's great that they're playing different songs, in that slot, basically, every show on the 2024 tour.

The only slight is that they're not playing enough new songs. But at least they haven't dropped any - they played four the second New Jersey show!

2013.

Was this the first time he butchered the JJF-intro? smiling smiley

I don't know, but as with SMU and others I'm sure it has happened time and again during the years.





[www.youtube.com]

That one wasn't butchered.

Re: The Rolling Stones set list discussions
Posted by: GasLightStreet ()
Date: June 1, 2024 08:25

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RisingStone
The IORR’s first ever “next warhorse vote”grinning smiley

Which song do you want to be a regular live staple, AKA “warhorse”, for the rest of the current N.A. tour as well as the subsequent Hackney Diamonds World Tour?

Wild Horses
Bitch
Out Of Time
Whole Wide World

I’d go for WWW. What about you?

WWW.

Bring on the new.

Bitch and Wild Horses have been around over 50 years. Out Of Time - whatever. Flight 505? What To Do? Plenty of other older songs they could spring.

Re: The Rolling Stones set list discussions
Posted by: GasLightStreet ()
Date: June 1, 2024 08:28

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FeelslikeaGhost
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georgelicks
Wild Horses is one of the band's Top 20 streamed songs and it's on Hot Rocks which is charting on the Billboard 200 since the tour start.

#8 to be exact, it’s one of their most popular songs amongst gen z / millennials

Why would you say gen z/millennials? You don't know. There could easily be a bunch of boomers streaming it with Alexa because they can't be bothered with any hard copy format anymore because they're too busy with focus groups via Zoom.

Where is Get Close?
Posted by: stanbooth ()
Date: June 3, 2024 19:17

Surprised the lads haven't hauled out "Get Close" during any of the shows. IMO the best song on HD and could easily be a top 10-15 career wise. The sax break, the riffs and the (convincingly) desperate/melancholy vocals. In fact this is the one song universally appreciated in my younger social set of passive Stones fans. It's a banger and would love to hear it live.

Re: Where is Get Close?
Posted by: Shott ()
Date: June 3, 2024 19:18

Yes if I could pick one from HD to hear live, that's it.

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