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4 ***weeks ***ago
rockdoc8885
Ok. I'll bite and add my suggestions which are closely aligned with many others. 1. Brussels Affair 2. Ya Yas 3. Hampton '81 4. El Mocamo '77 5. Ladies and Gentlemen-Performance and setlist-not the subpar recording 5tie Some Girls over Texas. 7. No Security in San Jose 8. Steels Wheels in Atlantic City 9 and 10- Four Flicks-take your pick (MSG, Olympia, Twickenh
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4 ***weeks ***ago
rockdoc8885
Pittsburgh is right up there as well.
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7 ***weeks ***ago
rockdoc8885
Mercy Mercy in DC
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3 ***months ***ago
rockdoc8885
Mona in 81 and Mercy Mercy in 19
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3 ***months ***ago
rockdoc8885
Add one more. Great request!
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5 ***months ***ago
rockdoc8885
Have to disagree that Pittsburgh show was better than the two Philly shows as I, like many, have recordings of all three. The afternoon show Philly show has the best version of All Down the Line I have ever heard and rivals anything they have ever released. These Philly shows in 1972 were fantastic. Love a release of these shows.
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5 ***months ***ago
rockdoc8885
Greatest live performance ever recorded (although Ya Yas is also right there). I still like Philadelphia Special. I wish it was professionally produced. The version of All Down the Line absolutely smokes.
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6 ***months ***ago
rockdoc8885
I know it is played every night, but JJF played in Pittsburgh was special. It really cooked. Most of the song "votes" were ballad and rather tame.
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6 ***months ***ago
rockdoc8885
Pittsburgh!
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8 ***months ***ago
rockdoc8885
1981. George Thorogood and Journey. Raw and polished. Thorogood rocked, Journey bopped. Hour wasn’t bad and played a lot of familiar songs as Escape was released about two months prior. Thorogood nearly stole the show though. 1978. Living Colour was great. Everybody loved them. 94 Counting Cows and Blind Melon. The first was good the second was gladly missed. 97 Bules Traveler and Johnny L
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8 ***months ***ago
rockdoc8885
Ruby Tuesday please! Really tired of Angie and Wild Horses. Great songs, but played to death. They have so many ballads as Mick has even said as much, but two is their limit most nights. You Can't Always Get What You Want (not really a traditional ballad) will always be one of them. Would love to hear No Expectations, but that won't happen in a stadium, must be a recognizable h
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10 ***months ***ago
rockdoc8885
Agree GLS. I was insinuating the only change “they” look at it is maybe one or two songs usually in the first third. The warhorse section used to change in order from tour to tour but we are on now year four of the No Filter tour, I guess the whole second half will be mostly the same as it has been. I don’t think we’ll get anything other than what we have in the past except maybe one nugget
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10 ***months ***ago
rockdoc8885
If they (meaning Chuck and maybe Mick) really do look at set lists they played previously in these cities we might see a few changes. For the ballad, Beast Of Burden a big hit in the US has not been played here consistently since Voodoo Lounge. Ruby Tuesday even longer, Steel wheels and Waiting on a Friend for forty years. I love All Down the Line at the right tempo which they play too slow n
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11 ***months ***ago
rockdoc8885
I think they roll out Waiting on a Friend based upon the rerelease of Tattoo You like they did with Sticky Fingers for the zip Code tour. Outside of that I’m not sure what else beside SMU the would play, maybe Black Limo and maybe Keith could do Little T&A I think most of setlist will remain as us from 2019. Wouldn’t Slave be fun?!!
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11 ***months ***ago
rockdoc8885
I was at the second Philly show. I would be shocked to see the Stones release either show although the second was much better. By their own admission, these shows are substandard. New Jersey shows later in the tour or the Hartford show were much better
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11 ***months ***ago
rockdoc8885
Hi all, Yeah, I know, another list. Does anyone on this board have an interest in how many Stones songs are on this list and at what ranking? I'm curious because this list was compiled by the listeners that is already different from the list of top 1000 from two years ago. The Stones had 35 songs on that list and Bitch was not one of them, yet Bitch was one of the first Stones entries
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***1 year ***ago
rockdoc8885
Wow. Great shows listed by everyone. I’ll start with my favorite artists/bands and then specific shows that might not be my favorite bands Favorite Stones show. Opening Night of Steel wheels tour or seeing them in Hershey in 2005 where I could almost walk to the stadium. AC/DC ball breaker Tour introduced by Beavis and Butthead Guns and Roses Hershey 2017 U2 Joshua Tree 30 th Anniversa
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***1 year ***ago
rockdoc8885
NFL schedule will be released in two days. In addition to the pandemic, stadium availability in late August through mid November should tell us a bit about Stones tour. Tough to schedule when you need to block an entire week between stage building, night of show and tear down/load out.
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***1 year ***ago
rockdoc8885
1 Jumpin’ Jack Flash All down the line, sympathy, rambler (live, you pick ant Taylor era rendition) paint it black, moonlight mile. So many great ones but kept this to five with an alternate. Shattered would be my second alternate.
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***1 year ***ago
rockdoc8885
I agree! The three shows in Philly were great. I have yet to hear a better performance of All Down the Line. This live version on the Philly Special boot is one of my favorite live recordings of any Stones songs. Taylor’s slide work and solo are magnificent. Check it out when you can.
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2 ***years ***ago
rockdoc8885
Any release date from Eagle Rock
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2 ***years ***ago
rockdoc8885
Jumpin’Jack Flash was last. No encore. The opening show of the 1981 tour at the same stadium may have been more rough. Second show on Saturday September 26 was much better. Thorogood was awesome and Journey played well and was well received the second day, not so much the first day.
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2 ***years ***ago
rockdoc8885
Freaking hilarious Charlie! Tonight showed why they are still the greatest in the world.
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2 ***years ***ago
rockdoc8885
Time waits for no one.
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2 ***years ***ago
rockdoc8885
Do you have the link for Charlotte. Definitely interested in LD tix for this show. Thank you,
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2 ***years ***ago
rockdoc8885
Any possibility we could hear No Expectations on the b stage in the Meadowlands
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2 ***years ***ago
rockdoc8885
I don’t know how the other song vote winners faired but Rocks Off was done well in DC.
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3 ***years ***ago
rockdoc8885
Great tour even if the shows were a bit too polished and predictable. I was fortunate to see opening night in Philly and got to hear the abbreviated version of Shattered. Great set list and good long show with reasonable ticket prices. It was about the music not the spectacle that the band seems more concerned with now. Voodoo Lounge was better, better mixing with guitars higher in the mix
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3 ***years ***ago
rockdoc8885
I was at this show where they recorded Dead Flowers in Philly. Even if it was one of my least favorite songs of the night, it was performed well and Brad provided an excellent solo.
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3 ***years ***ago
rockdoc8885
Thanks!
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