I think Fanfare For The Common Man is best also the way Keef blends in the LONG LONG HTW intro notes that last for about one minute. He did that long intro in 75 & 78, somewhat in 81, but I don't think he's done it before or after.
In 69 and 89&after it sounds closer to the record.
don't give me that ole one two, one two three four
The "Voodoo Lounge" tour intro was incredible with a bunch of percussion that settled into Charlie doing the Bo Diddley beat into "Not Fade Away." Then, the guitars and Jagger's harp.
Right after "Not Fade" would end, the Stones would launch immediately into "Tumbling Dice." It was as if the entire first song of the night was the intro--and a statement of pride and purpose.
I didn't appreciate it enough at the time (I was blown away by the 1989 "Continental Drift"/"Start Me Up" intro) but I now think the '94 intro was probably their boldest ever--and their most important as a message.
Proof positive that a "different" song can be very effective at a key moment in a Stones show.
The "No Security" intro was a kick as well. I think people are forgetting what a sensational tour that really was.