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  • Actors: Rolling Stones
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Lions Gate
  • DVD Release Date: November 2, 2010
  • Run Time: 95 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (79 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003ZXDP0Q
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #66,456 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Let's Spend the Night Together" on IMDb

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The Rolling Stones’ record-breaking 1981 arena tour explodes onto DVD from director Hal Ashby (SHAMPOO). Featuring the biggest Rolling Stones songs from the first 20 years, LET'S SPEND THE NIGHT TOGETHER gives, in the words of Mick Jagger, “a feel of what it’s like to be there” as 20 cameras take you onstage with the band in this groundbreaking, dynamic tour.

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It's really good quality of pictures and sound.
fernanditoblanco
If you are not a musician or dont have relative pitch you might not notice so much,but something will just not sound right.
musician
This was filmed in 1981-1982, and they sound like a rock'n'punk band.
Coleen

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64 of 71 people found the following review helpful By Mr.Vengeance on July 7, 2005
Format: DVD
Anyone who has been to a Rolling Stones concert in the last 15 years, will watch this document of the Stones 1981 tour and probably claim that this wasn't their finest moment. But I, who prefer bands when they are raw and slightly imperfect live, absolutely love this release. I've actually never seen a DVD of this, and I just recently came across a used version on VHS. I hadn't seen it since it aired on television in late 1982, and it still is as good now as it was then.

What you get here is the Stones without 5 backup singers and a dozen guys on horns. Backup vocals are actually still being sung by Keith, and to a lesser extent, Ron Wood, and the difference from say, watching 4 Flicks (another excellent product) is that you really feel like you're just watching the band play, and not listening to some engineer at a mixing board. Keith looks haggered and obviously is not completely past his drug days, but he rocks relentlessly, and we get a smoking version of one of his best tunes, "Little T n' A". Mick runs around the stage like a wildman, and his vocals are all Mick. No echo, no, ahem, enhancement, that many artists these days use in concert. There's obviously not been any overdubs in the studio for this film. You have wonderfully stripped down versions of "Under My Thumb", "Shattered", "Beast of Burden", among many of their classics. You have songs from the early 80's era, that are overlooked in concert today- "Black Limosine", "Waiting on a Friend", "Hang Fire" and one of their best tunes from those days, "She's So Cold".

Yes, the playing is a bit sloppy. But, they play with passion and grit, and they seem to be having fun, despite the fact that Mick and Keith weren't getting along particularly well at the time. I highly recommend this little piece of early 80's rock and cinema!
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36 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Coleen on February 11, 2005
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
The STONES before they became a self-parody! This was filmed in 1981-1982, and they sound like a rock'n'punk band. They look GREAT, too, especially KEEF!! This DVD is an absolute MUST for every STONES fan. Some may be taken aback by the raw sound and lack of special effects in a stadium tour, but this was before the band was adding back-up singers and banks of horns, THANK GOD! If you wanna know what The Rolling Stones REALLY sound like, THIS is it!!! The picture quality is VERY good and the sound is great - much better than I thought it would be, considering the age of this concert tour. Didn't think this would ever come out on DVD, so I'm thrilled!
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23 of 26 people found the following review helpful By T. Hand on February 19, 2005
Format: DVD
This was a very exciting release for The Rolling Stones in 1982. It was released in theatres in the US and was great on the big screen. They played it loud & it was as close to the band as you could get at the time. I for one had a great time watching it & the packed theatre was screaming for more!

The Stones Played Live & Raw...And The Energy Was certainly There! Jagger Alone was Running at least three miles a Show! It was A kick ass tour and They Learned Alot From that tour about playing in huge stadiums & making adjustments to deliver the sound (especially in stadiums).They know better than most that there's alot of ways to deliver a tune & That Tour was a learning experience for many bands to follow. Four Flicks Wouldn't be as great if it were not for this ground breaking tour..(Live & Learn)

The Year: 1981 / The Album: Tatto You / The Tour:The Rolling Stones Playing Live Raw Rock n Roll (In Huge Stadiums)..Not An Easy Task!
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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful By The Scenario on October 31, 2010
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I've waited 10 years for this movie to come out on DVD, and THIS is the cover they give it? A low-grade cutout bin-looking thing that is further cheapened with a subtitle like "Greatest Hits Live"? What happened to the great movie poster that graced the cover of the VHS version?

Having said that, the content is excellent, capturing the Stones on what I consider to be the last of their "sloppy" tours, before they regrouped, cleaned up completely (Richards was off the smack by the time of this one, but Wood was heavy into free-basing throughout this period), and started doing overly polished and professional tours supported by an army of side musicians and background singers. There's merits to both periods, and perhaps this is a little too ramshackle for some, but it is a great, high energy concert that delivers hit after hit, particularly if you're a fan of the "Tattoo You" and "Some Girls" albums (in my mind, the two best discs they've ever done).

The garish early 80's pastels, Jagger's soccer pads, Ron Wood looking like he just got through auditioning for the Sex Pistols or something, Wyman in his track suit...it's an image of the Stones you'd never seen before or since, and it makes for an exciting concert. Just get rid of that horrendous cover.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By dvdtrkr on April 30, 2005
Format: DVD
It is a great document of the Stones from the "Tattoo You" tour, and hope they put this one in the theaters if they ever rerelease it on DVD. It's also kind of funny to see Mick Jagger dressed up like he's getting ready to work out to the Jane Fonda Workout video.

It's a well-filmed concert film for the early 80s, but am I the only one who thought their last tour they sounded better than they have in years?

Hopefully they'll put out a legit version (this one's a grey area import)that also includes the videos "Going to a Go Go" and "Time is on My Side" shot for the "Still Life" album, and put both in a CD/DVD combo pack with hopefully extra songs.

There is a lot of Stones footage yet to be released. A couple of them are Charlie is My Darling (from the 65 tour), Ladies and Gentlemen (from the Exile on Main St tour), and the infamous "cult classic" whose name I cannot write here, as well as the promos and TV appearances over the past 40 years, some of which is on the long out of print "Video Rewind".
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Is it just me or was this tour the last time Jagger let the music carry him along and not second-guess / choreograph every little movement? I feel like this was the last gasp of 70's looseness before they got a little too pro. But I still love 'em dearly.
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