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Digitally remastered reissue of The Rolling Stones 1982 live album.

1. Under My Thumb
2. Let's Spend the Night Together
3. Shattered
4. Twenty Flight Rock
5. Going to a Go-Go
6. Let Me Go
7. Time Is on My Side
8. Just My Imagination (Running Away with Me)
9. Start Me Up
10. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
11. Outro: Star Spangled Banner

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  • Audio CD (April 10, 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Live, Original recording remastered
  • Label: UMe
  • ASIN: B002OT730U
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (55 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #22,864 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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3.8 out of 5 stars

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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on May 27, 1999
Format: Audio CD
This is a great live album. I think Rolling Stone magazine was certainly too picky, and many others are over critical. You can't compare this album to older releases like "Ya-Ya's" or "Love You Live" because a lot of the material on this album was contemporary of the time, and sounds great. Highlights are definitely "Satisfaction" (possibly the BEST version!), "Under My Thumb", and "Start Me Up." The only problem is that the film companion to this album, "Let's Spend the Night Together" (unfortunately no longer available), has far greater versions of "Let Me Go" (10x better), and "20 Flight Rock" than this album's, and the film also has live gems like "Hangfire", "Neighbors", and "Let it Bleed", which should have been included on this album. If you can, try and get the video, because when combined with "Still Life" you've got a great live Stones set.
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25 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Richard R. Carlton on October 27, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Still Life (American Concert 1981) was originally released June 1, 1982, it went to #1 in both the UK & US. The album includes the single hits Going To A Go Go (backed by Beast Of Burden) and Time Is On My Side (live version)(backed by Twenty Flight Rock). Both Going To A God Go and Twenty Flight Rock had not been recorded previously and were not issued on any other albums. Most people know the music, so in my reviews I try to give you data on the sessions and interesting facts connected with the songs and the album. Here we go:
The album was recorded at during the 81 American tour in NJ (11-5), Chicago (11-25), Largo, MD (12-7/8), Tempe (12-13), and Hampton Roads (12-18/19).
Interesting notes include:
.....the Dec 13 Tempe, Arizona concert at Sun Devil Stadium was filmed and became the movie Let's Spend The Night Together (still available here on Amazon.com)
.....Before the Rosemont Horizon shows in Chicago the Stones showed up at the Checkerboard Lounge to jam with Muddy Waters in his last recorded performance before he died in 1983 (videotapes of the show are still popular in the bootleg market)
.....The Stones rehearsed for the tour during August and September at Longview Farm in Brookfield, MA. It was the 1st major corporate sponsored tour, entertaining >2 million paying fans and grossing $60 million.
.....Mick was not getting along with Keith and Woody at this time....they called him "Brenda" and things got so bad that the tour contract required Mick to stay off the stage when Keith did Little T&A.
.....Keith hated the cherry picker that Mick used during the concerts, but when Mick offered to dump it if Keith would give up drugs for the duration of the tour, the cherry picker stayed
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Christopher Bushman VINE VOICE on November 18, 2004
Format: Audio CD
The critics always pan this, don't listen to them. There is nothing profound here just a really good rock concert. Let Me Go is a great, faster improvement over the Emotional Rescue version, Just My Imagination is fabulous and even the golden oldie Time Is On My Side is put forth with ragged passion.

This was the last tour that the Stones were confident enough to just go out and play with a few choice sidemen, not a huge posse of background singers and other players to cover up their slips. The magical key to a great Stones song is backup vocals from Keith and we get that here in spades.

My only criticism of this record is that it's too short. There were lots of great songs from this tour that should have been included. She's So Cold, Beast of Burden and Let It Bleed come to mind.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By T. Leach VINE VOICE on March 22, 2007
Format: Audio CD
From my view, this presents the Stones as the height of their musical power (albeit at the height of tensions between the Glimmer Twins). I know that reformed Stones purists think that the band ended with Tattoo You (orthodox Stone purists believed the band ended with Mick Taylor), and zealot purists still buy the new albums that the band puts out. Without taking any of those positions, this is simply the band when the guys were still young (and Jagger didn't look like Barney Fife yet) and one dude in football pants could hold an entire stadium of people in the palm of his hand. Some wouldn't like the arena music here as much as the early 'raw' stuff (like the Get Your Ya Ya's Out album), but I like this era: Mick is mastering his choppy and almost flippant delivery of lyrics, and Keith is sufficiently backed up and is allowed to just deal out the chords that make every song sound like a Stones song. The gems here are Twenty Flight Rock, Under My Thumb, Let Me Go, Just My Imagination and the frenetic rendition of Satisfaction. Sit back, pretend that Reagan is still in his first term, and enjoy.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Johnny Boy on August 24, 2011
Format: Audio CD
If you haven't read one of my prior reviews on these 2009 "remasters" (notice the quotes) by the Stones, than I'll say it again. I really want to get the point across to fellow Stones fans and newbie fans who are just starting to discover the magic of the Stones.

In late 2008, Universal Music acquired the rights to the Rolling Stones' catalogue from 1971-2005, which had been owned by Virgin Records since 1994, and prior to Virgin's acquisition, had been owned by Columbia Records from 1984-1994 (and if we want to get technical, every album from 'Sticky Fingers' in 1971 to 'Undercover' in 1983 were released on the Atlantic label, so it is safe to say these recordings have changed hands a fair share of times, but that's another review altogether).

Curious, I went out to my local CD shop and bought a few of these new remasters. I had read horrible things and on the contrast, great things. I bought 'Tattoo You,' 'Steel Wheels,' 'Dirty Work,' 'Sticky Fingers' and this one, 'Still Life (American Concert 1981)' just to see what I thought. Well, let's just say I was itching to sell them almost immediately.

First of all, whoever remastered these should be shot. The sound quality on all of these are absolutely disgraceful. The crowd noise on 'Still Life' is almost deafening, and it really gets in the way of the music. The original 1990 Columbia pressing and the 1994 Virgin remaster sound great (I own the Columbia version, which is what I am comparing this to, and a friend owns the '94 Virgin version, so I have heard them both). This one is a classic victim of the loudness war.

Mick's vocals are muddled, Bill's bass parts are deafening. I could keep going on and on, but I won't.
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