Sweet Summer Sun - Hyde Park Live [DVD/2 CD Combo]
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DVD Track Listing
1) Start Me Up 2) It's Only Rock 'n' Roll 3) Street Fighting Man 4) Ruby Tuesday 5) Doom And Gloom 6) Honky Tonk Women 7) You Got The Silver 8) Happy 9) Miss You 10) Midnight Rambler 11) Gimme Shelter 12) Jumpin' Jack Flash 13) Sympathy For The Devil 14) Brown Sugar 15) You Can t Always Get What You Want 16) (I Can t Get No) Satisfaction
Additional tracks from the two performances: 1) Tumbling Dice 2) Paint It Black 3) Before They Make Me Run
Disc One: 1) Start Me Up 2) It's Only Rock 'n' Roll 3) Tumbling Dice 4) Emotional Rescue 5) Street Fighting Man 6) Ruby Tuesday 7) Doom And Gloom 8) Paint It Black 9) Honky Tonk Women 10) You Got The Silver 11) Before They Make Me Run
Disc Two: 1) Miss You 2) Midnight Rambler 3) Gimme Shelter 4) Jumpin' Jack Flash 5) Sympathy For The Devil 6) Brown Sugar 7) You Can t Always Get What You Want 8) (I Can t Get No) Satisfaction
Top Customer Reviews
My goldfish with it's 2 second attention span loved it! I have a normal human attention span and just couldn't get locked into the show, ever. Which is too bad because the quaility of everything is the best I've ever seen!
If the Sweet Summer Sun production and editing team ever read this, please release this film again editied to properly enjoy the brilliant camera work. We don't even get a complete shot of any instrumental solo, complete vocal line, etc. Why? I will purchase another copy if you issue a revised edit. Seriously!
This is an outstanding document of "the greatest rock and roll band in the world." Beautiful presentation in a sturdy hard bound book, with the DVDs and bluray on one side of the book, and the CDs at the end of the book.
The book is fantastic, as it transitions from the 1969 performance in black and white pages, to full color, depicting the most recent performance.
The 1969 video of the Hyde Park performance is included. The video and sound of the recent performance is excellent. I'm not bothered by the camera angles. I absolutely love the way this is shot....it looks, and sounds superb.
I had the iTunes recording of the show released a few months back, but the fidelity on CD is an upgrade.
I am excited and grateful to get this kind of release from the great Rolling Stones.....in 2013.
While most bands born of the 60's are releasing reissues of reissues of their catalog (yes, I know the Stones do this too), to have a band like these guys still releasing anything current, is a major achievement in and of itself.
This release is evidence of a band that still plays great rock and roll. Mick Jagger defies logic. That a 70 year old man can perform, move about the stage, and sing at this level.....really makes no sense. I think he is as good now, or better, than he was 20-30 years ago.
I highly recommend this release.
"You Start Me Up." An energetic version--not what one might expect of 70 year old musicians in rock and roll. Jagger dances and the band plays well. The rhythm section performs well (Charlie Watts and Darryl Jones). It looks, literally, like the band is enjoying itself performing after 50 years.
"It's Only Rock and Roll." Nice feature in this set: names of early rockers on the screen behind the band--Bo Diddley, Jerry Leww Lewis, and so on. Nice guitar work. Chuck Leavell on keyboards does well.
"Street Fighting Man." One of my favorites. "Everywhere I hear the sound of marching charging feet. . ." Keith and Ron look pretty old, but their guitar work is fresh. "'Cuz in sleepy London town there's no place for a street fighting man." Mick is very energetic in his singing and dancing.
"Honky Tonk Women." Another classic rock and roll song. Still done energetically. Bobby Keyes and brass play well.
"Happy." Keith's song. His voice is a wreck here (and has been for some time), but it works pretty well as a song.
"Midnight Rambler." After all these years, still an impressive look into a dark place.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great show, saw them this year and they sounded great. The energy of Mick Jagger on stage is infinite.Published 2 months ago by gabriel polak
I love the Rolling Stones they are part of my life, I really like this concert one of the best in their history, the people, the park, the sunset, the music and I can watch it any... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Guillermo A Avila