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The Rolling Stones

Rosemont Horizon (Chicago, IL)

Nov 23, 1981

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  1. 1 Under My Thumb 04:48
  2. 2 When The Whip Comes Down 04:32
  3. 3 Intro 00:29
  4. 4 Let's Spend The Night Together 03:51
  5. 5 Intro 00:19
  6. 6 Shattered 04:19
  7. 7 Intro 00:32
  8. 8 Neighbours 03:38
  9. 9 Intro 00:37
  10. 10 Black Limousine 03:14
  11. 11 Intro 00:31
  12. 12 Just My Imagination 08:09
  13. 13 Intro 00:39
  14. 14 Twenty Flight Rock 01:45
  15. 15 Going To A Go-Go 02:57
  16. 16 Intro 00:17
  17. 17 Let Me Go 04:52
  18. 18 Intro 00:25
  19. 19 Time Is On My Side 03:26
  20. 20 Intro 00:28
  21. 21 Beast Of Burden 06:18
  22. 22 Intro 00:55
  23. 23 Waiting On A Friend 05:22
  24. 24 Intro 00:13
  25. 25 Let It Bleed 06:06
  26. 26 Intro 00:17
  27. 27 You Can't Always Get What You Want 08:12
  28. 28 Band Introductions 01:05
  29. 29 Little T & A 03:07
  30. 30 Intro 00:23
  31. 31 Tumbling Dice 04:41
  32. 32 Intro 00:32
  33. 33 She's So Cold 04:20
  34. 34 Intro 00:19
  35. 35 Hang Fire 02:39
  36. 36 Intro 00:47
  37. 37 Miss You 07:02
  38. 38 Honky Tonk Woman 03:43
  39. 39 Intro 00:17
  40. 40 Brown Sugar 03:49
  41. 41 Intro 00:18
  42. 42 Start Me Up 04:30
  43. 43 Jumpin' Jack Flash 07:09
  44. 44 banter & encore applause 01:41
  45. 45 Satisfaction 05:29
  46. 46 outro banter / fireworks 01:11
  47. 47 The Star Spangled Banner 02:48
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Liner Notes

Mick Jagger - vocals, guitar, keyboards, harmonica
Keith Richards - guitars, vocals
Charlie Watts - drums
Ron Wood - guitars, vocals
Bill Wyman - bass
Ian McLagen - keyboards, vocals
Ian Stewart - piano
Ernie Watts - saxophone

Originally formed with Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, Bill Wyman, and Brian Jones as a blues pub band (with the blessing and guidance of UK blues legend, Alexis Korner), The Rolling Stones quickly moved into the spot of being the "street-wise and gritty" alternative to the four-headed pop music monster The Beatles had become. They followed the Fab Four into the U.S. with the British Invasion, and quickly established their own musical credibility with a string of brilliant pop singles that included "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction," "Time Is on My Side," "The Last Time," "19th Nervous Breakdown," "Ruby Tuesday," and "Paint It Black." By the early '70s, the Stones took over as the premier British rock 'n' roll band, and continued their streak of hits with songs like "Jumpin' Jack Flash," "Brown Sugar," and "Start Me Up."
Although Mick Jagger and Keith Richards have often gotten the most attention, people should never mistake the fact that the Stones are a band in every sense of the word. Bassist Bill Wyman (prior to his departure in the early 1990s) and drummer Charlie Watts were just as important to the music as the Glimmer Twins; and Ron Wood, who had been in the band several years at this point, provides a strong counterpoint to the sloppy but soulful guitar licks of Keith Richards.
Despite ups and downs, drug busts, countless sold-out tours, great and poor LP releases, personnel changes, illnesses, and even deaths, the Stones have endured, decades after their formation. Jagger, Richards, and Watts remain from the original line-up and they continue to record and tour to this day.

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Mick Jagger - vocals, guitar, keyboards, harmonica
Keith Richards - guitars, vocals
Charlie Watts - drums
Ron Wood - guitars, vocals
Bill Wyman - bass
Ian McLagen - keyboards, vocals
Ian Stewart - piano
Ernie Watts - saxophone

Originally formed with Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, Bill Wyman, and Brian Jones as a blues pub band (with the blessing and guidance of UK blues legend, Alexis Korner), The Rolling Stones quickly moved into the spot of being the "street-wise and gritty" alternative to the four-headed pop music monster The Beatles had become. They followed the Fab Four into the U.S. with the British Invasion, and quickly established their own musical credibility with a string of brilliant pop singles that included "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction," "Time Is on My Side," "The Last Time," "19th Nervous Breakdown," "Ruby Tuesday," and "Paint It Black." By the early '70s, the Stones took over as the premier British rock 'n' roll band, and continued their streak of hits with songs like "Jumpin' Jack Flash," "Brown Sugar," and "Start Me Up."
Although Mick Jagger and Keith Richards have often gotten the most attention, people should never mistake the fact that the Stones are a band in every sense of the word. Bassist Bill Wyman (prior to his departure in the early 1990s) and drummer Charlie Watts were just as important to the music as the Glimmer Twins; and Ron Wood, who had been in the band several years at this point, provides a strong counterpoint to the sloppy but soulful guitar licks of Keith Richards.
Despite ups and downs, drug busts, countless sold-out tours, great and poor LP releases, personnel changes, illnesses, and even deaths, the Stones have endured, decades after their formation. Jagger, Richards, and Watts remain from the original line-up and they continue to record and tour to this day.