sabato 10 dicembre 2011

The Rolling Stones - Some Satanic Tour - 1969

The Rolling Stones
1969-11-26 Baltimore, Civic Center
1969-11-29 Boston, Boston Garden (2nd show)

Some Satanic Tour

Baltimore, Civic Center November 26 1969

1. Jumpin' Jack Flash
2. Carol
3. Sympathy For The Devil
4. Stray Cat Blues
5. Love In Vain
6. You Gotta Move
7. Under My Thumb / I'm Free
8. Midnight Rambler
9. Live With Me
10. ( I Can't Get No ) Satisfaction
11. Honky Tonk Women
12. Little Queenie

Boston, Boston Garden November 29 1969 2nd show

1. Jumpin' Jack Flash
2. Carol
3. Sympathy For The Devil
4. Stray Cat Blues
5. Love In Vain
6. Prodigal Son
7. You Gotta Move
8. Under My Thumb
9. Midnight Rambler
10. Live With Me
11. Little Queenie
12. ( I Can't Get No ) Satisfaction
13. Honky Tonk Women
14. Street Fighting Man

Full Album Mp3:

The US was in political turmoil at the time, and some militant groups tried to portray the tour as a call for radical political action, especially in light of the Rolling Stones' 1968 track "Street Fighting Man". The Rolling Stones themselves had no such interest, and while on tour Mick Jagger publicly rebuffed a request for support from the Black Panthers. Stones media appearances during the tour featured typical banter of the time on other issues; while other members of the group affected boredom, Jagger gave non-sequitur responses to cultural questions, and said of New York, "It's great. It changes. It explodes."
The tour sold over $1 million worth of tickets, with ticket prices ranging from $4.50 to $8.00. This tour represented a new financial model for rock acts pioneered by Ronnie Schneider, the sole producer and financial manager of the tour. Schneider was the nephew of Allen Klein, who had been recently fired by Keith Richards and tour manager Sam Cutler.

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