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Setlist from the 1997 tour in Buffalo on October 8th. A great well-placed setlist.
The set list:
02.It's Only Rock'n Roll
04.Let's Spend The Night Together
07.Anybody Seen My Baby
08.19th Nervous Breakdown
09.Out Of Control
-- Introductions --
12.All About You (Keith)
13.I Wanna Hold You (Keith)
14.Little Queenie (center stage)
15.Crazy Mama (center stage)
16.The Last Time (center stage)
17.Sympathy For The Devil
19.Start Me Up
20.Honky Tonk Women
21.Jumping Jack Flash
22.Brown Sugar (encore)
A couple of weeks ago I asked members of IORR to nominate two songs they would love the stones to play on the upcoming tour (there were rules such that the song must have been played at least once since 2000, was NOT been played on the first part of the NO FILTER tour, and has to be a Jagger/Richards composition).
Over 50 songs were put forward, I took the most popular (based on most nominations and fitting the rules) and put them to a vote on IORR and on Shidoobees Facebook Page.
202 of you responded which I thought was a great effort... Thanks. So, here we have it the results are in...
But the winner, taking the gold and the title of NO FILTER most requested son with 38 votes was:
SO there you have it. Just a bit of fun, but from 202 members it appears Memory Motel (for the Ballad) and Monkey Man (for the uptempo one) would be popular choices for the upcoming tour. Who's going to let the guys know?
Sympathy For The Devil
It's Only Rock'n Roll
Out Of Control
Just Your Fool
Ride 'Em On Down
Play With Fire
You Can't Always Get What You Want
Dancing With Mr D
Under My Thumb
Paint It Black
Honky Tonk Women
Slipping Away (Keith)
Street Fighting Man
Start Me Up
Jumping Jack Flash
Hamburg last year wasn’t bad!
Anybody else here as lucky as me to be outside Fenway park about 4 hours to showtime on the opening night of the Bigger Bang tour? Lucky enough to be hanging around the box office side of the stadium, looking for tickets... and out of the blue... honestly the clear blue sky... warm afternoon... outside before the show... hanging around... no hurries no worries... having fun... having a beer... walking around talking to random fellow Stones fans... everyone was in such a good mood...
And out of the clear blue sky I heard this magic come down.
It actually came from inside the stadium... it was a piano playing... and then Mick started singing... and he sang Memory Motel
acapella... well not really acapella because he (or someone) was playing piano... but it was just him and the piano. It was magical.
It was 1 of 2-3 sound check songs, the otehr had the more instruments, but I don't recall what the other sound check songs were... just that first one. Memory Motel and they did not play it again during the show that night.
It was one of those moments I will never forget. It was one of those moments that in summarization (or is it... that in summation) of many moments like it... so many special Stones moments which turned me into a snarling, grrrrring, rabid, Stones fan.
It was that good. It was really really good, such a good memory, it still means so much to me...
Hannah baby was a honey of a girl
Her eyes were hazel and her teeth were slightly curved