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From the Vault: L.A. Forum

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'From The Vault' is a new series of live concerts from The Rolling Stones archive which are getting their first official release. 'L.A. Forum Live In 1975' is the second title in this series. The Rolling Stones' 'Tour Of The Americas '75' was the band's first tour with new guitarist Ronnie Wood. Even before the dates started there were dramatic scenes in New York City at the official tour announcement when the band unexpectedly turned up on a flatbed truck to play 'Brown Sugar'. After a couple of low key warm-up shows in Louisiana the tour took in 44 dates between the 3rd June and the 8th August 1975. They settled into the L.A. Forum for a five night stint from July 9th to 13th and this concert film features the show from July 12th. The footage has now been carefully restored and the sound has been newly mixed by Bob Clearmountain for this first official release of the show.

Track Listing -
1) Introduction
2) Honky Tonk Women
3) All Down The Line
4) If You Can't Rock Me / Get Off Of My Cloud
5) Star Star
6) Gimme Shelter
7) Ain't Too Proud To Beg
8) You Gotta Move
9) You Can't Always Get What You Want 10) Happy
11) Tumbling Dice
12) It's Only Rock 'n' Roll
13) Band Intros
14) Doo DooDooDooDoo (Heartbreaker) 15) Fingerprint File
16) Angie
17) Wild Horses
18) That's Life
19) Outta Space
20) Brown Sugar
21) Midnight Rambler
22) Rip This Joint
23) Street Fighting Man
24) Jumpin' Jack Flash
25) Sympathy For The Devil

Product Details

  • Actors: The Rolling Stones
  • Directors: The Rolling Stones
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Live, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Eagle Rock Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: November 17, 2014
  • Run Time: 159 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (85 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00O64D0RQ
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #32,553 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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First let me say that I've been a hardcore Stones fan since 1965 when I was 10 years old and heard Satisfaction for the first time while riding in a top-down Caddy convertible. One of the seminal musical moments of my life! The Stones are one of the bands that inspired me to seek a career in the music biz.
Until I moved to Los Angeles in 1979 I wasn't anywhere near a venue the Stones performed at so for me this is a real treat.
Granted some shots may seem a bit blurry and dark but this concert wasn't "lit" for video. This is how the lighting director for this concert did the show. As a retired LD let me say the video looks freakin' great considering the source material they had to work from. This is before VariLites and lasers...the state-of-the-art lighting at the time were Par-Cans. Also before shows were specifically lit for video. Concert and video lighting are melding now but back then they were completely different.
My hubby is the sound guy in the family and he thinks the sound on this is excellent. The audio options are a bonus and how they pulled them all off is beyond me. The best option for me is the DTS sound through my Blu-Ray player, Yamaha home theater receiver and Polk speakers.
This is RAW Stones at their best during the "Goats Head Soup" era, and when Ronnie Wood first joined the band. Mick's energy and stage presence show why he's the best front man in the history of rock. The only word of caution is some tunes may contain language not suitable for younger audiences ( hello Star Star ).
I know it's only rock 'n roll but I LIKE IT!!!!

Had to come back to say RIP Bobby Keys - you will not be forgotten - December 2,2014
We lost another long-time Stones collaborator today - RIP Ian McLagan - December 3, 2014
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A great window on the raw and relentless energy of the 1975 Stones. On this tour they affirmed the arrival of the punk rock era, they took off their shirts, they shouted, shot dope, f**ked everything in sight, yet unlike new punk bands, they also turned up like professionals and delivered spectacularly entertaining shows to giant crowds of kids, who were most all under 30.

They stripped down the music, with an adrenaline, whiskey and coke fueled sexiness, that hadn't yet seen any self-reflective solo albums or autobiographies. There were no phone cameras, not even jumbo video screens. There were no online voting for which song to play gimmicks, or B-stages, or "Tongue-pits" yet. And while all those things are great now, it's a different time, so watch this show in context, and dig it!

In 1975, by bringing Ron Wood into the band, they became more raw and spontaneous, and had alot more fun. I saw them a few days later (or was it earlier) in Fort Collins, where Elton John famously got up onstage with them, but stayed too long (3 songs), and was pointed to the exit - to the great pleasure of the 60,000 fans. It was a crazy spontaneous tour, every bit as great as the 1972, or 69 tours. And also as great as Some Gilrs 78, No Security, Bridges to Babylon, or the many other tours.

As great as their songs and videos are at home, the Stones are 10 times more impactful to see in person. The way they tune-in to every crowd, every show, every song is something that must be felt to understand. They operate on a visceral level. They do not perform the songs like the record the channel them fresh each time. They have always had those qualities, and always will... it became a part of their DNA in the 60's, and is part of each player, including all the sidemen and women now.

If you haven't seen them, still go see them. Even go see Lisa Fisher or Tim Reis, or Charlie watts, or Bill Wyman and you will see what i mean.
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Great. If you love the Stones, this is a must have. It is first and foremost a historical snapshot of the band from their best decade ... the1970s. The music is almost secondary; the value of this video is witnessing the visual spectacle that was the Stones' 1975 tour of America. I actually saw them on opening night in Baton Rouge and then again in Greensboro towards the end of the tour in 1975. It was more of a circus show than a riveting musical performance, in fact I remember thinking at the time that they were "done" as a band without Mick Taylor's brilliant lead guitar. Jagger seemed more interested in being a drag queen than a rock singer and had adopted a nasal quasi-reggae style that was a far cry from his bold delivery in 1969 & '72. But with the hindsight of history, I have become rather fond of this tour and now view it as a necessary phase for the band. Without the back-sliding decadence of the 1975 & 1976 tours, they probably would have never felt the need to get back to the basics of rock and deliver the excellent "Some Girls" and "Tattoo You" LPs. (How's that for a cheap justification of mediocrity?) Unfortunately this show from the 12th may have been the most lackluster of the 5-night stand at the Forum, with the 13th being possibly the most exciting show from the entire tour. (audio cd is available from the 13th show as a combo-pack with this video). That being said, the sound and video on this dvd from 7/12/75 are both of stellar quality here, and since it's the only video document from this epic tour don't hesitate ... buy!
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