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A History in the Whirlwind: The Rolling Stones’ 50th Anniversary

By Anthony DeCurtis

When the nascent Rolling Stones began playing gigs around London in 1962, the notion that a rock & roll band would last five years, let alone fifty, was an absurdity. After all, what could possibly be more ephemeral than rock & roll, the latest teenage fad? Besides, other factors made ... Read more in Amazon's The Rolling Stones Store

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  • Audio CD (April 1, 2008)
  • Original Release Date: 2008
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Deluxe Edition
  • Label: Interscope Records
  • ASIN: B0013V2B34
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (79 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,906 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Jumping Jack Flash
2. Shattered
3. She Was Hot
4. All Down the Line
5. Loving Cup (feat. Jack White III)
6. As Tears Go By
7. Some Girls
8. Just My Imagination
9. Faraway Eyes
10. Champagne & Reefer (feat. Buddy Guy)
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Disc: 2
1. Sympathy for the Devil
2. Live With Me (feat. Christina Aguilera)
3. Start Me Up
4. Brown Sugar
5. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
6. Paint it Black
7. Little T&A
8. I'm Free
9. Shine A Light

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THE ROLLING STONES `Shine A Light' is the soundtrack to director MARTIN SCORSESE'S film of the same name, which documents The Rolling Stones' performances at New York's Beacon Theatre on October 29 and November 1, 2006. With special guests BUDDY GUY, White Stripes' JACK WHITE III and CHRISTINA AGUILERA joining the Stones onstage, the Oscar-winning director captures an extraordinary performance from the band.

DELUXE VERSION - 2 disc set, featuring 22 tracks with expanded packaging. Includes every track from the film, plus four bonus tracks from the shows that were not included in the film- "Paint It Black", "Little T&A", "Shine A Light" and "I'm Free"

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It's the Greatest Rock and Roll band in history.
Plus the best Stones albums (Beggars Banquet, Let it Bleed, Sticky Fingers, Exile, Some Girls, & Tattoo You) are well represented.
Doug Anderson
Their live sets tend to sound more like off-the-cuff jams than performances of recorded material.
J. Wingenfeld

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34 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Steven A. Peterson TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on April 26, 2008
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The Rolling Stones seem to have recorded a score of live albums over time, some of which are terrific to listen to (think "Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out" or the intriguing "Four Flicks") and others of which are merely adequate. This, the sound track from Martin Scorsese's concert film, "Shine a Light," is in the former category. It is hard to believe that the Stones are in their 60s. This CD shows them with great energy, although time's effects are apparent as, for instance, in hearing how limited Mick Jagger's vocal range has become. Nonetheless, this is a great amount of fun to listen to! 22 cuts (some not in the documentary, but added later on).

It begins with one of the great rock and roll riffs of all time, in "Jumping Jack Flash." And then it hits you--this song was a hit 40 years ago. How can guys as old as the Stones are still make this work? A great start to the CD. "Shattered" follows quickly. Again, the thought. This is a 30 year old song--and still performed with gusto and spirit.

On the first CD is a little treasure. Buddy Guy, legendary bluesman, joins the band in a Muddy Waters' song, "Champagne and Reefer." The first couple lines give one a sense of the song:

"Bring me champagne when I'm thirsty,
Bring me reefer when I want to get high."

Guy adds his great blues voice and some smoking guitar work. Jagger and Guy alternate singing the lines, and Guy's blues singing is a wonder to listen to. When all the guitars are playing, one almost gets a sense of a wall of sound from those guitars--with Charlie Watts' steady drumming providing a rock solid rhythm foundation.

The second CD provides some more rich music. This side begins with the creepy "Sympathy for the Devil," again well played and sung.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By SEAN MCATEER on April 1, 2008
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Well, after an uncertain start to their Fall 2006 leg of the 'A Bigger Bang Tour', the band started to come together. Keith seemed to shake off the lingering effects of his 'coconut tree fall' earlier in the year. Woodie stayed sober and Mick and Charlie beat off colds. By the time they hit the Beacon for the Scorcese movie, they were ready to play at the top of their game. And that's what the listener gets here--the Rolling Stones playing damn near as well as ever. The song list, even if suggested by the movie, is fantastic and even the so-called 'warhorses' sound sweet with the superb sound and mix. The audio here is the best of all their (too?) many live albums. Of particular note--the guitars are cranked and gnarly in the mix. Mick's vocals are unusually well enunciated in spots and properly slurred in unexpected others and his ad libs are nice. Even Keith's vocals are spot on with his three (nice picks) tunes. Not a document of superb musicianship (although Watts is excellent throughout), but a high-energy, loose band of veteran rockers peaking past predictions!
Highlight--'Champagne And Reefer' with Buddy Guy joining in...smokin'!!
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Doug Anderson VINE VOICE on April 8, 2008
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What other band on the planet could do what the Stones do with Muddy Waters' Champagne & Reefer? This is one of the hottest blues rocks this band has covered in a long time.

Plus the best Stones albums (Beggars Banquet, Let it Bleed, Sticky Fingers, Exile, Some Girls, & Tattoo You) are well represented. This is the kind of set you want to hear.

Must listens/Favorites: Lovin' Cup, Champagne & Reefer, Faraway Eyes, Just My Imagination, Tumbling Dice, Live With Me (ok Aguilera overdoes it but I think we would be disappointed if she didn't). And Keith's You Got the Silver, Connection and Little T & A.

The critics have been pronouncing this band dead since the early 70's; but these same critics have, on occasion, been silenced by a stunning performance on an inspired night. This is one of those nights and one of those performances.

Mick's southern twang on Faraway Eyes and Keith's soulful strumming on Just My Imagination are enough to make even a music critic smile.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By G. Carini on April 3, 2008
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This is just not another live Stones album. In the last twenty years we've have several of these come out, including Flashpoint, No Security, Live Licks and so forth. But those had their flaws and were weak in several areas.

The Stones and Martin Scorsese partnered up to produce one of the finest live albums released by the Stones since "Get Yer Ya Ya's Out"... I even think this one is better than Love You Live. There are several reasons for this...

Throughout this album you can really hear Keith and Ronnie, and hear a vibrant lively band. Mick too was great on the vocals even after all these years. Of course we have our standard classic set of tracks like Jumping Jack Flash, As Tears Go By, Tumbling Dice and so on...

But we get others in this album (two disc version I'm reviewing), such as She Was Hot. A dusted off 1983 track from the Undercover album I've heard performed live in Dodger Stadium myself. Keef (Keith Richards) really enjoyed playing that track apparently and was lively in that. No more quiet Keef... loud Keefer is what we want. Ronnie also was more lively in this. Heck both were more lively in this album than any other live album I've heard since "Get Yer Ya Yas"... Some Girls was another one of my favorites from my favorite album, Some Girls. Other tracks of interest are "You Got the Silver", "Just My Imagination", "Shine A Light", and "I'm Free" (CLASSIC!)...

And lets not forget "Champagne and Reefer" with Buddy "Mother****er" Guy (quoting Mick)... bluesy brilliance. You'll find a bit of everything in this album.

This isn't just another simple live album. There is an obvious quality increase here compared to the last live albums. Even the Flashpoint album lacks something in this one. Lively, swaggering, dirty.
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