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I think this began with Mick's solo Japanese gigs in 1988. It's a shame that the road versions have ended. However, that doesn't mean that what they've been doing since 1989 lacks validity.
You just can't imagine them doing what Dylan does on stage though.
Boh! I loved every tour of their long career, every different tour until we get to the present day. Obviously there are differences, today they are all over 70 years old.
SFTD gets the electric percussion, because they don't have a percussionist able to reproduce them live, all the various versions that I have listened to of SFTD in fact they deviate a lot from the original, which remains in my opinion the best version.
However the today's live sound of the Stones is something extremely fantastic, they have slowed down the pace (Charlie at nearly 80 years of age had a reason for it), but the sound is very heavy and restless, they play a lot about Keith's sounds and interweaving ability and Ronnie and it works.
They also did the original intro at Toad's PlaceQuote
It didn’t last very long, but they technically did the same thing to JJF in ‘89 by adding the studio intro.
They tried once, but it didn't work
Which 1989 show was that?
Philly soundcheck it says.
Well, this is a roadversion. Mick holds his ears and thanks Ronnie when it’s over: thank goodness
does Mick really say 'forgive me'??