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The Rolling Stones: From the Vault: L.A. Forum (Live in 1975) [CD/DVD] [Box]

Track List

>Introduction
>Honky Tonk Women
>All Down the Line
>If You Can't Rock Me/Get Off of My Cloud
>Star Star
>Gimme Shelter
>Ain't Too Proud to Beg
>You Gotta Move
>You Can't Always Get What You Want
>Happy
>Tumbling Dice
>It's Only Rock 'n' Roll
>Band Intros
>Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker)
>Fingerprint File
>Angie
>Wild Horses
>That's Life
>Outa-Space
>Brown Sugar
>Midnight Rambler
>Rip This Joint
>Street Fighting Man
>Jumpin' Jack Flash
>Sympathy for the Devil
>Honky Tonk Women
>All Down the Line
>If You Can't Rock Me/Get Off of My Cloud
>Star Star
>Gimme Shelter
>Ain't Too Proud to Beg
>You Gotta Move
>You Can't Always Get What You Want
>Happy
>Tumbling Dice
>Band Intros
>It's Only Rock 'n' Roll
>Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker)
>Fingerprint File
>Angie
>Wild Horses
>That's Life
>Outa-Space
>Brown Sugar
>Midnight Rambler
>Rip This Joint
>Street Fighting Man
>Jumpin' Jack Flash
>Sympathy for the Devil

Album Notes

Personnel: Keith Richards, Mick Jagger (vocals, guitar); Ron Wood (guitar); Trevor Lawrence, Bobby Keys (saxophone); Steve Madelo (trumpet); Billy Preston (piano, organ, synthesizer); Ian Stewart (piano); Bill Wyman (bass guitar); Charlie Watts (drums); Ollie E. Brown (percussion).

Audio Mixer: Sam Wheat.

Liner Note Author: Richard Havers.

Recording information: The L.A. Forum (1975).

Photographer: Ed Finnell.

The official bootleg L.A. Forum (Live in 1975) is taken from the same tour that was brushed up and polished off as the 1977 double-LP Love You Live. That record was fairly heavily overdubbed but L.A. Forum (Live in 1975) is cheerfully raw, finding the Stones pounding away at a 24-song set (two of these are showcases for Billy Preston, who was guesting with the group on this tour). The official release may have cleaned up the date -- original bootlegs claimed it was the Friday show of a stint at the Forum, when it was actually performed that Sunday -- but the performances are still greasy and slippery. Sometimes there's a muffed cue or two but the band locks into a hard groove early on and never leaves it, making this a preferable snapshot of 1975 to Love You Live. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine



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