A bit mean-spirited....
'It's Only Rock' n 'Roll', but Mick Jagger sang in the park, as he has done in the lead of The Rolling Stones more than 700 times before.
But the 773th edition of the classic was as bad as a wet towel, one could easily consider throwing in the ring.
Immediately, it might sound like rock'n'roll, but it certainly did not feel like that. And we are someone who did not like it.
The legends from London have long been a rock circus and a kind of musical amusement park with colored lights and a safe family atmosphere.
But first and foremost, The Rolling Stones is a billionaire, and in Copenhagen there was no slice for the many differences.
Only standings cost between 950 and 2450 kroner - plus fee! - and the veterans set record for ticket prices for a concert in the Park, which was almost sold out.
Undoubtedly spurred by the fact that it may be the last time the guys visit Denmark dropped 45,000 in the trap, and again it was emphasized that expensive tickets lead to boring audiences.
The atmosphere was almost embarrassing for long periods of time, but it was unthinkable not to clap a lot.
Only this evening's eighth issue, 'You Can not Always Get What You Want', there was a common song, but Jagger did it all very well alone.
At the age of 74 he has astonished much voice back, and he is still kidding around as a fitness instructor at Duracell.
However, Jagger's repeated experiments with speaking Danish appeared to be a self-goal attempt to score very cheap points.
It was more charming when he told me what the icons had been doing in Copenhagen in recent days:
"We rode at Christiania, where we smoked pot and ate raspberries! And then we took the limo back.
In round numbers, The Rolling Stones were phenomenal for the first 10 years, while they have been more or less indifferent in the past 40, which apparently also grew up for themselves, because the set list was always spotted with evergreens from the great times of the last half of 1960 's and the first half of the 1970s.
Honorable sound conditions
The wheelchairs had excellent working conditions in the Park, because the sound was honorable when the national stadium's humble standards were taken into account, but timing stopped for the ancient times, and otherwise the masterpieces' Paint It Black ',' Honky Tonk Women 'and' Jumpin 'Jack Flash' sounded like slim mediocrity.
In an extremely predictable limit on the ritual show, Stones exceptionally surprised with 'Under My Thumb' and especially 'Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker)'. However, it was to hear that they do not play the two straight often.
'Just Your Fool' and 'Ride' Em on Down 'from the orchestra's newest album,' Blue & Lonesome ', where Stones symptomatically of their failing creativity interprets bluegrassers, was received with the same enthusiasm as the Rival Sons support band.
Keith Richards' disgusted guitar was annoyed loudly in the sound image, but the sad remnants of his vocal cords were more difficult to catch when he provided compulsory 'Happy' and 'Slipping Away'.
And unbelievably, Richards started his standard jokes for 9265. It's cool to be everywhere in his age. For some reason, the legionaire did not complete it completely. Maybe he forgot the point! The man is 73.
Nerve to end
Sometimes The Rolling Stones reminded why they are not just the greatest, but the best rock'n'roll band in history.
In the end, raw nerve was needed in chaotic versions of 'Street Fighting Man' and 'Brown Sugar' as well as powerful 'Midnight Rambler', which was not pulled as long as it used to be.
In short sequences it tasted of ancient grandeur and the untouched rock, The Rolling Stones had to roll in the morning, but for most of the more than two hours it was like bringing the famous tongue out the window.
Business as usual._____________________________________________________________Rip this joint, gonna save your soul, round and round and round we go......