'Live Licks'

1st November 2004

2 CD's (Virgin Records).

 Producers: The Glimmer Twins & Don Was.

Recorded live on the Licks 2002/2003 World Tour.

 

CD1:

 

1.       Brown Sugar (MJ/KR) -New York City 18.1.2003

2.     Street Fighting Man (MJ/KR) -Twickenham 24.8.2003

3.     Paint It Black (MJ/KR) -Twickenham 24.8.2003

4.     You Can't Always Get What You Want (MJ/KR) -Twickenham 24.8.2003

5.     Start Me Up (MJ/KR) -New York City 18.1.2003

6.     It's Only Rock'n Roll (MJ/KR) -New York City 18.1.2003

7.     Angie (MJ/KR) -New York City 18.1.2003

8.     Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR) -New York City 18.1.2003

9.     Happy (MJ/KR) -New York City 18.1.2003

10.  Gimme Shelter (MJ/KR) -New York City 18.1.2003

11.   Satisfaction (MJ/KR) -New York City 18.1.2003

 

 CD2:

1.       Neighbours (MJ/KR) -Paris 11.7.2003

2.     Monkey Man (MJ/KR) -New York City 18.1.2003

3.     Rocks Off (MJ/KR) -Twickenham 24.8.2003

4.     Can't You Hear Me Knocking (MJ/KR) -Los Angeles 4.11.2002

5.     That's How Strong My Love Is (Roosevelt Jamison) -Paris 11.7.2003

6.     The Nearness Of You (Hoagy Carmichael/Ned Washington) -Paris 11.7.2003

7.     Beast Of Burden (MJ/KR) -Los Angeles 4.11.2002

8.     When The Whip Comes Down (MJ/KR) -New York City 18.1.2003

9.     Rock Me Baby (William Broonzy/Arthur Crudup) -Los Angeles 4.11.2002

10.  You Don't Have To Mean It (MJ/KR) -Los Angeles 4.11.2002

11.   Worried About You (MJ/KR) -Paris 11.7.2003

12.  Everybody Needs Somebody To Love (Bert Russell/Solomon Burke/Jerry Wexler) -Los Angeles 4.11.2002

 

Recording information: 2002 - 2003. In 2002, the Rolling Stones launched a major tour to celebrate the band's 40th anniversary and support their career-spanning FORTY LICKS collection. For the Stones and their fans, this marked a return to many long-overlooked live favorites and a chance for the iconic British group to show the younger generations how rock & roll was meant to be played. On this double-disc live set, Mick Jagger and Keith Richards (both bordering on age 60 during this tour) lead the band through more than 20 classics with their time-defying energy and showmanship intact. In addition to a slinky "Brown Sugar" and a triumphant, piano-driven "You Can't Always Get What You Want," the Stones break out a number of tunes not often performed in concert, including a jam-heavy, 10-minute version of "Can't You Hear Me Knocking" and a twangy, rollicking take on "Rocks Off." For a few surprises, Richards takes the lead vocal on Hoagy Carmichael's "The Nearness of You," Sheryl Crow adds her distinctive voice to "Honky Tonk Women," and soul legend Solomon Burke lends his powerful pipes to his classic "Everybody Needs Somebody to Love." A vibrant, dynamic outing, LIVE LICKS reveals the Stones to be in excellent form a full four decades after their first London gigs
 

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