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Caveman Cooking
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great live album!
Reviewed in the United States on June 8, 2020
If you like the Stones, this is a must have. One of the best live rock albums of all-time. This version of Jumpin'' Jack Flash is one of my favorites (the other is Leon Russell''s on the Concert for Bangladesh). Mick Taylor''s guitar solo on Sympathy for The Devil is... See more
If you like the Stones, this is a must have. One of the best live rock albums of all-time. This version of Jumpin'' Jack Flash is one of my favorites (the other is Leon Russell''s on the Concert for Bangladesh). Mick Taylor''s guitar solo on Sympathy for The Devil is incendiary! That alone is worth the price. Add this one to your collection!
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Richard B. Romig
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Best Live Stones Ever
Reviewed in the United States on January 24, 2017
This is been my favorite Rolling Stones album since it came out and, in my humble opinion, the best Stones live album ever released. I love these versions of Jumpin'' Jack Flash, Love in Vain, Midnight Rambler, Sympathy for the Devil, Live With Me, Little Queenie, Honky... See more
This is been my favorite Rolling Stones album since it came out and, in my humble opinion, the best Stones live album ever released. I love these versions of Jumpin'' Jack Flash, Love in Vain, Midnight Rambler, Sympathy for the Devil, Live With Me, Little Queenie, Honky Tonk Women, and Street Fighting Man. I actually prefer the Ya-Ya''s live version of Sympathy for the Devil to the studio version.
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Don Henderson
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Get Your Yeah, Yeah''s Out!!!
Reviewed in the United States on January 3, 2012
This is an excellent set of the Rolling Stones live. What is especially significant about this CD is that it represents the close of Mick Taylor''s recorded work with the Rolling Stones. For those who are not familiar with the Mick Taylor era, he was Keith Richard''s foil... See more
This is an excellent set of the Rolling Stones live. What is especially significant about this CD is that it represents the close of Mick Taylor''s recorded work with the Rolling Stones. For those who are not familiar with the Mick Taylor era, he was Keith Richard''s foil during the recording of Let it Bleed, Sticky Fingers, Exile on Main Street and It''s Only Rock and Roll. For most Stones officionados the Mick Taylor era is considered the best musically that the Stones produced. Mick was a consumate guitarist, an exceptional musician who complimented Keith very well. Even Mick Jagger enjoyed Taylor''s virtuosity and the former went on record that he enjoyed the musical repartee between himself and Taylor. So, even though the excellent song list on this CD is familiar to Stone''s fans, there is no rival to the musicianship that Mick Taylor provides for this recording. Unfortunately he and the Stones parted ways soon after. The reasons for his departure are not altogether clear and the stories are a bit conflicting. Perhaps there was tension between he and Keith, which, if true, is sad because Taylor adds a dynamic to their music that has never been equaled. For Taylor''s contribution alone, this cd is worth the price; however this in no way demeans the contricbutions of the remaining members of the band. This is the Stones at their musical best. Without a doubt this CD ranks high among the Stone''s live performances; it is at the very top for me.
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Craig
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One of the best albums ever recorded!
Reviewed in the United States on August 24, 2014
One of the best albums ever recorded! I was too young to see the Stones when this was recorded, but put this on loud and listen to it and you can imagine being there. Read Kieth''s book "Life" and then listen to this again to really put it into perspective -... See more
One of the best albums ever recorded!
I was too young to see the Stones when this was recorded, but put this on loud and listen to it and you can imagine being there. Read Kieth''s book "Life" and then listen to this again to really put it into perspective - you might get chills down your spine. You will wish it was 1969!
In particular, this live version of Midnight Rambler is so electric, so ... dynamic, so exciting, that I never have any desire to listen to the studio version. Same for Stray Cat Blues, Carol, Little Queenie, Live With Me, and Love In Vain.
Definitely one of my "Stranded on a Deserted Island Top 10 Albums!"
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Paul McGrath
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Excellent Rerelease of a Slightly Overrated Masterpiece
Reviewed in the United States on September 7, 2002
By happy coincidence I recently purchased new stereo speakers. Could there possibly be a better way to air them out than with the new release of a great live Stones album? The good news is, the new recording is excellent: it is clearer than previous releases, with a... See more
By happy coincidence I recently purchased new stereo speakers. Could there possibly be a better way to air them out than with the new release of a great live Stones album? The good news is, the new recording is excellent: it is clearer than previous releases, with a heavier bass sound and a slightly higher emphasis on crowd noise. (I always got a kick out of the crazed woman yelling at Jagger to sing, "Paint it Black, you devil.") The bad news is, some of these live renditions haven''t aged so well.

Jagger was always a better singer than he was a lyricist, although some of his lyrics over the years were quite good. (To his credit, he never claimed to be a great lyricist: note that there has never been a Rolling Stones album which printed the song lyrics.) Nevertheless, some of his lyrics were pretty bad, and nowhere is this more evident than the execrable, "Stray Cat Blues." For some reason, the Stones decided to slow this one down on the live album, so that it comes across almost as a mournful blues song. Which is okay, except for the fact that the lyrics are about a thirteen year old scratching his back, whose mother probably isn''t aware that she can, "bite like that." Not exactly the kind of thing an eighty year-old former sharecropper would sing about, and worse, it brings to mind some later horrors, such as those by the likes of Lynyrd Skynyrd or David Lee Roth.

The new release cleans up some of the distortion in the early part of "Live With Me," but this was never a great live version to begin with. It sounds forced for some reason, and why they eschewed the piano on there--which was on the studio version and available to them in concert--I''ll never understand. "Little Queenie" is played waaay to slow, as if maybe they hadn''t practiced it enough, and I must confess that I was never really overwhelmed by the versions here of "Jumpin'' Jack Flash," and "Honky Tonk Women."

But the rest of the album, most notably, "Carol," "Sympathy for the Devil," and "Midnight Rambler," is what makes this album not only worth owning, but makes it a MUST own for anyone who has ever even remotely considered themselves to be a fan of hard rock.

Chuck Berry is on record as saying that this version of "Carol," is the best he''s ever heard, and boy, is he ever right. The guitars are absolutely blistering, Watts is furious, and the bass booms. Even Jagger, who often sounds a little lackluster on their live recordings, contributes mightily. There is a sublime moment near the end of the song, when, instead of coming in with a guitar lick after Jagger''s lyric--as he''d done throughout the rest of the song--Richards simply plays rhythm. It somehow reminds the listener of how powerful this all is, and in my little opinion, may be the high point in the history of rock and roll.

"Sympathy for the Devil," is also magnificent. There is no piano in this version and none needed. The guitar work of Richards and Mick Taylor is enough: it starts immediately and their interplay is ferocious. In the meantime, Watts is going bananas on the drums.

And of course there is "Midnight Rambler" which is perhaps the most famous song to have come off of this album. To begin with, it is an excellent hard-rock riff, again with the ferocious guitars, but the difference here is that the Stones reached a point with this song where they are as tight as they''ve ever been. Everything meshes perfectly and during the break in the middle you can actually hear that the screaming, howling, maddened audience has essentially reached a state of delirium.

This excellent release gives the listener an opportunity to share in if not in fact to relive it. Rock and roll at its best. "Hot DAMN!" somebody screams.
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VOICE OF VICTORIA
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
LIVE ALBUMS THIS IS THE BEST ONE!!!
Reviewed in the United States on November 24, 2006
Anyone who has heard a better more exciting live album than this let me know. Ooooh baby this is rock music. The opening intros say "the greatest rock and roll band in the world" Yeah right you say and then the opening chords of Jumpin Jack Flash and the words"Watch It" and... See more
Anyone who has heard a better more exciting live album than this let me know. Ooooh baby this is rock music. The opening intros say "the greatest rock and roll band in the world" Yeah right you say and then the opening chords of Jumpin Jack Flash and the words"Watch It" and you KNOW that it''s no hype. Every track is excellent and most are classic. My favourite moment in music is the point in Midnight Rambler when Keith shifts the boogie gears shift into high and Mick Taylor lets rip with a crying howling solo. Phenomenal. Keith sometime downplays Mick T''s contribution but this is probably a result of disappointment at his leaving. He was the best fit with Keith in my book with all due respect to Brian and Ronnie who were/are great too. Some other great moments are ''Little Queenie'' where Chuck Berry is left in the shade. Street Fighting Man very exciting. Every Song is good. I wish albums these days were only 40 minutes long imagine how good Voodooo Lounge would have been without the 3 or 4 tracks of filler. Mick says Charlie''s good tonight inne. He sure is, and so is Bill , Mick T, Keith and the old Mick himself. Dylan''s Live 1966 is awesome and so is much of Led Zep''s ''How the West was Won'' but this thing has the edge on those. BUY IT AND PLAY IT LOUD!
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Stefano
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
RS like they should
Reviewed in the United States on September 14, 2021
I suppose they have different stages in their carriers but the guitar on this one (Mick Taylor Believe) is there for us to enjoy it.
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David A. Seward
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Quintessential Stones Live concert.
Reviewed in the United States on July 24, 2019
In my view this particular album from The Rolling Stones is their best. Their selection of tunes and the energy they convey in the live concert is evident in every song. The Stones at their absolute best.
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Brian Beaumont
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Rolling Stones are very very good
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 19, 2019
Best live performance
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Evoice Klaus
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Die Stones jung, pur, wild und ursprünglich
Reviewed in Germany on January 19, 2019
Wer die Stones in ihrer ursprünglichen Power und jugendlichen Unbefangenheit live performen hören möchte, für den ist diese Platte das absolute "Muss"! Alle späteren Live Aufnahmen sind klanglich nicht unbedingt viel besser mit Ausnahme von "Flash Point", "Stripped" und...See more
Wer die Stones in ihrer ursprünglichen Power und jugendlichen Unbefangenheit live performen hören möchte, für den ist diese Platte das absolute "Muss"! Alle späteren Live Aufnahmen sind klanglich nicht unbedingt viel besser mit Ausnahme von "Flash Point", "Stripped" und "Shine a Light", die für die Stones schon fast als audiophil bezeichnet werden können, aber deutlich mehr arrangiert und produziert sind. Auf "Get yer Ya-Ya''s out" kann man die in unzähligen Live Gigs in den 60er "antrainierte" Live Performance, Spontanität und Power noch deutlich spüren. Auch die im Vergleich zu späteren Live Aufnahmen kleine Besetzung trägt zu diesem Eindruck bei. Und klar wird auch, bei allem Respekt vor Wood und Richards (jeder für sich lausig, aber als Team unschlagbar wie Richards selbst (!) mal in einem Film feststellte), dass der beste Gitarrist des Stones Mick Taylor war. Ja, ja, ich weiß und stimme zu, die Riffs von Richards muss man erst einmal herbringen. Tipp: Die DSD Remastered CD von ABKCO aus dem Jahr 2002 von Bob Ludwig remastered wird auch von der SACD klanglich nicht getoppt. Aus meiner Sicht sind dies die gleichen Mastertapes und damit ist auch im Vergleich der 2002er CD zu der jetzt erhältlichen SACD eine wirkliche klangliche Verbesserung nur durch das DSD Format nicht zu realisieren.
Wer die Stones in ihrer ursprünglichen Power und jugendlichen Unbefangenheit live performen hören möchte, für den ist diese Platte das absolute "Muss"! Alle späteren Live Aufnahmen sind klanglich nicht unbedingt viel besser mit Ausnahme von "Flash Point", "Stripped" und "Shine a Light", die für die Stones schon fast als audiophil bezeichnet werden können, aber deutlich mehr arrangiert und produziert sind. Auf "Get yer Ya-Ya''s out" kann man die in unzähligen Live Gigs in den 60er "antrainierte" Live Performance, Spontanität und Power noch deutlich spüren. Auch die im Vergleich zu späteren Live Aufnahmen kleine Besetzung trägt zu diesem Eindruck bei. Und klar wird auch, bei allem Respekt vor Wood und Richards (jeder für sich lausig, aber als Team unschlagbar wie Richards selbst (!) mal in einem Film feststellte), dass der beste Gitarrist des Stones Mick Taylor war. Ja, ja, ich weiß und stimme zu, die Riffs von Richards muss man erst einmal herbringen.
Tipp: Die DSD Remastered CD von ABKCO aus dem Jahr 2002 von Bob Ludwig remastered wird auch von der SACD klanglich nicht getoppt. Aus meiner Sicht sind dies die gleichen Mastertapes und damit ist auch im Vergleich der 2002er CD zu der jetzt erhältlichen SACD eine wirkliche klangliche Verbesserung nur durch das DSD Format nicht zu realisieren.
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spigomars
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Hopefully you have some ya yas to spare because this truly worth the few you have to part with for this disc...
Reviewed in Canada on June 18, 2017
I do believe this is a recording of the famous ALTAMONT show where a man got killed by the Security force who were the Hells Angels at the time ( 1971 ). Even with this terribile event to kill the atmosphere at the event that did not happen because of the showmanship of the...See more
I do believe this is a recording of the famous ALTAMONT show where a man got killed by the Security force who were the Hells Angels at the time ( 1971 ). Even with this terribile event to kill the atmosphere at the event that did not happen because of the showmanship of the STONES and the material that they did at the time...ALL THIS IS CAUGHT ON THE MUSIC OF THIS SHOW. It is a fantastic show to hear and really worth the money. At this point Bill Wyman was still with the band and that also shows. This is before Ronny Wood comes to play with the band and by this point he was still with Rod Stewart. Mick TAylor was still playing with the band at this point, and he really was not a great fit for the band however he does some fantastic sound when he wanted to and that is proven here...
I do believe this is a recording of the famous ALTAMONT show where a man got killed by the Security force who were the Hells Angels at the time ( 1971 ). Even with this terribile event to kill the atmosphere at the event that did not happen because of the showmanship of the STONES and the material that they did at the time...ALL THIS IS CAUGHT ON THE MUSIC OF THIS SHOW. It is a fantastic show to hear and really worth the money. At this point Bill Wyman was still with the band and that also shows. This is before Ronny Wood comes to play with the band and by this point he was still with Rod Stewart. Mick TAylor was still playing with the band at this point, and he really was not a great fit for the band however he does some fantastic sound when he wanted to and that is proven here...
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Not a SACD, only a DSD remastered !
Reviewed in Canada on September 24, 2019
This past few weeks, we only buy affordable SACD titles ! As other titles from the Rolling Stones, instead of receiving the ordered ADVERTISED SACD, we received a plain very expensive ordinary CD not even DSD remastered ! Those titles should be removed from the Amazon.CA...See more
This past few weeks, we only buy affordable SACD titles ! As other titles from the Rolling Stones, instead of receiving the ordered ADVERTISED SACD, we received a plain very expensive ordinary CD not even DSD remastered ! Those titles should be removed from the Amazon.CA listings !
This past few weeks, we only buy affordable SACD titles ! As other titles from the Rolling Stones, instead of receiving the ordered ADVERTISED SACD, we received a plain very expensive ordinary CD not even DSD remastered ! Those titles should be removed from the Amazon.CA listings !
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Dillan K
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Good, but could have been better
Reviewed in Canada on February 6, 2017
This album is pretty good, but it left me wishing it had more of their own material on it. We didn''t need to hear their take on Chuck Berry''s classic sound twice (although I do like Chuck Berry, and they did do a great job). The highlights for me were "Sympathy for the...See more
This album is pretty good, but it left me wishing it had more of their own material on it. We didn''t need to hear their take on Chuck Berry''s classic sound twice (although I do like Chuck Berry, and they did do a great job). The highlights for me were "Sympathy for the Devil," and "Midnight Rambler." Overall, it was worth buying, but it could have been better. It feels like a missed opportunity.
This album is pretty good, but it left me wishing it had more of their own material on it. We didn''t need to hear their take on Chuck Berry''s classic sound twice (although I do like Chuck Berry, and they did do a great job). The highlights for me were "Sympathy for the Devil," and "Midnight Rambler." Overall, it was worth buying, but it could have been better. It feels like a missed opportunity.
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