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Charlotte, NC 99 artwork
Posted by: sladog ()
Date: December 21, 2006 13:18

Can anyone

Thanks!!!!



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Re: Charlotte, NC 99 artwork
Posted by: Elmo Lewis ()
Date: December 21, 2006 13:42

I don't have any artwork, dog, but that was a great show. "Rambler", "Imagination", and "Route 66" on the b-stage.

Re: Charlotte, NC 99 artwork
Posted by: sladog ()
Date: December 21, 2006 14:26

Yeah, it rocked.



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Re: Charlotte, NC 99 artwork
Posted by: inopeng ()
Date: December 21, 2006 16:37

What a great show that was! I was even able to shake hands with Keith as he made is way from the B-stage back to the big one. (If anyone by some slim chance has a photo or video of them going back to the big stage I would be eternally grateful. I ordered a video from Rock Passion but someone walked in front of whoever was shooting it just as Keith bent down to shake my hand...can you believe it?)

Re: Charlotte, NC 99 artwork
Posted by: Lukester ()
Date: December 21, 2006 19:05

excellent show.....You Got The Silver was superb....and I'll never forget the ear to ear grin on Keith's face during that song.....remember Jagger singing "go fu*k my wife" on Respectable as he and Jerry hall were in the throws of divorce at the time



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Re: Charlotte, NC 99 artwork
Posted by: highanddry ()
Date: December 21, 2006 19:44

I liked this show a lot, I had seats behind the stage, 8 rows back, Ronnie's side. First time I'd ever sat there, and it was absolutely fascinating. Sound from the b-stage, however, wasn't very good from my vantage point.

As much as I liked the show, other friends who were on the floor down front were less than impressed, though I've never quite been sure why. They complained the Stones' playing seemed lackluster.

I have fond memories of that time, I saw 5 shows in 9 days, Charlotte, two in Boston and two in Hartford.

Re: Charlotte, NC 99 artwork
Posted by: inopeng ()
Date: December 21, 2006 19:56

highanddry, I can tell you - it was not lackluster. They played Chicago about a week later and that one was lackluster but Charlotte was great.

If you go to rockpassion.com you can purchase the DVD of the show...

Re: Charlotte, NC 99 artwork
Posted by: Lukester ()
Date: December 21, 2006 21:45

inopeng Wrote:
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> highanddry, I can tell you - it was not
> lackluster. They played Chicago about a week
> later and that one was lackluster but Charlotte
> was great.
>
> If you go to rockpassion.com you can purchase the
> DVD of the show...


hey inopeng,
I tried, but first of all, the link to Charlotte 1999 seems to be disconnected, so for the fun of it I tried Charlotte 1997 and it seems to be just the artwork....where can I buy the DVD? Can someone please help me out with this?



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Re: Charlotte, NC 99 artwork
Posted by: inopeng ()
Date: December 21, 2006 23:55

I can't do it now but send me an e-mail to remind me and I'll get to it tomorrow or Saturday.....

Re: Charlotte, NC 99 artwork
Posted by: nellcote'71 ()
Date: December 22, 2006 00:21

I thought that show was lackluster too, actually.
Not that I've ever been to a bad Stones show...
I'd like to hear it again one day to have another opinion.

Not that it's relevant to the show we're talking about but I thought the '97 Charlotte show in the Stadium was outstanding.

Re: Charlotte, NC 99 artwork
Posted by: Elmo Lewis ()
Date: December 22, 2006 00:55

inopeng, I've got a poor quality audience VHS of the show.

sbking@wildblue.net



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