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Stripped Live

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Rolling Stones Stripped UK CD album

1. Street Fighting Man
2. Like A Rolling Stone
3. Not Fade Away
4. Shine A Light
5. The Spider And The Fly
6. I'm Free
7. Wild Horses
8. Let It Bleed
9. Dead Flowers
10. Slipping Away
11. Angie
12. Love In Vain
13. Sweet Virginia
14. Little Baby

Product Details

  • Audio CD (November 14, 1995)
  • Original Release Date: 1998
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Live
  • Label: Virgin Records Us
  • ASIN: B000007O9L
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (101 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #148,424 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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35 of 36 people found the following review helpful By P Magnum HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on January 16, 2001
Format: Audio CD
Stripped is yet another live album by the Stones, but it is very different from their previous live efforts. They play in an almost unplugged type setting, focusing on their acoustic based songs. Also, their are alot of album cuts from the Let It Bleed to Exile On Main Street period like the masterful "Dead Flowers", the great "Shine A Light" and the bluesy "Love In Vain". They do excellent takes on bigger hits such as the majestic "Wild Horses" and the beautiful "Angie". They dip way back into their catalog for cover versions of songs from their first couple of albums including "Not Fade Away" and "The Spider & The Fly" as well as an early Jagger-Richards number, "I'm Free". They had never recorded a Bob Dylan song in their long history, but they finally do here and it is appropriately "Like A Rolling Stone". It is a spirited version of the song. Stripped is a nice surprise from the band and a great listen.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Riccardo Pelizzo on November 24, 2003
Format: Audio CD
In the early 1990s virtually everybody from Eric Clapton to Nirvana released an Unplugged record. The Rolling Stones didn't. In several of the songs recorded for Stripped (1995), Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood play electric guitars. So all those who had some appetite for an unplugged Rolling Stones record were probably left a little unhappy.
That said, Stripped is a really nice live record especially for their hard-core fans. Most of the live records that the Stones have released over time, from `Get yer ya-ya's out! (1970) onward (with the possible exception of Still Life, 1982), were centered around classic Rolling Stones hits such as Honky Tonk Women, Satisfaction, Sympathy for the Devil, Jumpin' Jack Flash and, more recently, Start me up. Stripped represents a step in a different direction as most of the songs recorded live for this album are the sometimes unjustly neglected Stones B-Side. The Stones recorded one song from their 1969 album. Interestingly what they played was Let it bleed instead of Gimme Shelter or You can't always get what you want. There are three songs from Sticky Fingers (1971), but two of the them (Dead Flowers and Love in Vain) are not neraly as well known as Brown Sugar. Two of the songs that appear on Stripped were originally released in Exile on Main Street (1972). But even in this case, the Stones opted for Sweet Virginia and Shine a Light, instead of performing the superfamous Tumbling Dice or Happy.
But the overall quality of Stripped is great and record is nice treat not only for Stones fans. A final note is order, this is the second record with Darryl Jones on bass and it just shows how well he blended with the rest of the band not only in studio but also in live performances.
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43 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Richard R. Carlton on October 27, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Stripped was released Nov 10, 1995. It was recorded earlier the same year during the Voodoo Lounge tour and it was the Stones 7th live album. The tracks on the album were actually recorded as follows:
.....May 26/27 at the Paradiso in Amsterdam (Keith said this was the best show the band ever did)
.....July 3 at the Olympia in Paris
.....July 19 at the Brixton Academy in London (probably their most famous club show)
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:
There is a Japanese import version of the CD that includes one additional live track, Black Limousine (which was also released on a Japanese CD single). In addition, there was a special UK version of the CD (often referred to as a CD+) that included material from the CD-ROM Voodoo Lounge (which was released simultaneously with the Stripped album), interviews with the band, and live video clips of backstage jamming on Shattered and Tumbling Dice, as well as part of the live recording of Like A Rolling Stone and the complete lyrics for all the songs on the album.
The album has strong fan support because it is a thoughtful album with a focus on musicianship. It includes their first Dylan tune, Like A Rolling Stone, which was also released as a CD single and Wild Horses, also released as a CD single, both released only in the UK. It also has one new song from their early setlists that they had never released....Willie Dixon's Little Baby. Other songs from the same shows that were recorded for Stripped but which were released on CD singles and did not appear on the album are:
.....Black Limousine (UK Like A Rolling Stone single)
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Anthony Nasti on November 26, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Stripped is a great Stones live album mainly because they do many of their early work from when they started out. Recorded on
the Voodoo Lounge tour, the cd carries many highlights. If you're
a fan who just wants to hear the band play hits like Satisfaction
and Brown Sugar, this is not the album for you. But if you would
like to hear the band's early songs from their pre-Satisfaction days, then this is definitely your album.
Stripped features the band doing their acoustic-based songs. While Street Fighting Man, Wild Horses and Angie are known to all
Stones fans, the album features lost gems from long ago. Let It
Bleed was a memorable album, and the title track is featured here
in a version that beats the original at its own game. The country
tune Dead Flowers from Sticky Fingers is here, and blasts the
original into rock 'n' roll oblivion. Not Fade Away was their first American hit single in 1964, so it's a nice inclusion. The
original version was more like a Bo Didley tune, while the version here has more a steamy, provocative feel to it, and it has nice harmonica fills by Mick. Dead Flowers from 1971's Sticky
Fingers is here, and, like Let It Bleed, blasts the original into
rock 'n' roll oblivion. The Exile On Main Street track Shine A
Light has a nice, gospelly feel to it, with good piano playing by
Chuck Leavell. The Spider And The Fly is a devillish track that
was the Stones' first stab at recording their own blues tunes
rather than covering songs by their heroes. Their cover of Bob
Dylan's Like A Rolling Stone has become a highlight of their live
shows, and it has a beautiful harp solo.
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