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You can buy it directly from the publisher, if I remember correctly I paid 40 € + shipping.Quote
Any links to order this fine looking book ??
Thank You Stone601,I have sent them an email & am waiting for reply....
Journalist: Why don't you play live your best songs that are on the albums?
Jagger: We don't know the audience so we play only the biggest hits.
Fantastic post - great photos and insight into just what a groundbreaking occasion it was. I love Poland (hence the Polish User Name even though I'm a Scot) and know Warsaw very well. I've been visiting since 1995 and was at the memorable BtB Chorzow show in 1998. I've met several people down the years who said they were at one of these shows .
i'm waiting for the response from the publisher....hopefully i will hear some good news...
Wow! What a great thread and fantastic photos!
It is things like this which reminds us what a huge phenomenon The Stones have been and what an incredible history they have had (still continuing).
Some years ago I talked to one older Polish colleague of mine in one conference (I was wearing a Stones shirt, so the the topic of the Stones was picked up easily). He told me that that he wasn't in the concerts but rioting outside (he clearly wasn't any of those lucky privileged "sons and daughters" Keith mocked above ), and what a huge deal those concerts were for the young people there at the time. The symbolic significance of those concerts would last long underground.
I recall reading somewhere that there were some Soviet officials checking the concerts as well, and any hope for upcoming Soviet concerts were dropped.. (if memory serves, during the 70's the Stones tried to negotiate about possible concerts there).