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The Rolling Stones & Guests - Altamont Free Concert 1969 album download

Performer:

The Rolling Stones

Title:

Altamont Free Concert 1969

Genre:

Rock / Blues

MP3 album size:

1993 mb

Other music formats:

AAC DMF ADX AA VOX RA ASF

Rating:

4.3 ✱

Style:

Blues Rock, Psychedelic Rock

Country:

Japan

Date of release:

2009

The Rolling Stones & Guests - Altamont Free Concert 1969 album download

Tracklist

No Artist PA Soundcheck With Moog
No Artist Opening Announcement
Santana Savor
Santana Jingo
Santana Evil Ways
Jefferson Airplane Announcement
Jefferson Airplane The Other Side Of This Life
Jefferson Airplane 3/5th Of A Mile
Jefferson Airplane Fat Angel
Jefferson Airplane White Rabbit
Jefferson Airplane Free Bird
Jefferson Airplane Ballad Of You & Me & Poonell
Flying Burrito Brothers* Six Days On The Road
Flying Burrito Brothers* High Fashion Queen
Flying Burrito Brothers* Cody Cody
Flying Burrito Brothers* Lazy Day
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young Black Queen
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young Pre-Road Downs
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young Long Time Gone
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young Down By The River
No Artist Announcement For The Rolling Stones
The Rolling Stones Introduction
The Rolling Stones Jumping Jack Flash
The Rolling Stones Carol
The Rolling Stones Sympathy For The Devil
The Rolling Stones The Sun Is Shining
The Rolling Stones Stray Cat Blues
The Rolling Stones Love In Vain
The Rolling Stones Under My Thumb
The Rolling Stones Brown Sugar
The Rolling Stones Midnight Rambler
The Rolling Stones Live With Me
The Rolling Stones Gimme Shelter
The Rolling Stones Little Queenie
The Rolling Stones (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
The Rolling Stones Honky Tonk Women
The Rolling Stones Street Fighting Man
Bonus Tracks
The Rolling Stones MC By The Taper On Radio
The Rolling Stones Introduction
The Rolling Stones Jumping Jack Flash
The Rolling Stones Carol
The Rolling Stones MC By The Taper On Radio
The Rolling Stones Sympathy For The Devil
The Rolling Stones Evil Ways
The Rolling Stones Jumping Jack Flash
The Rolling Stones Carol
The Rolling Stones Mick Jagger Live MC
The Rolling Stones Sympathy For The Devil
Altamont Was The Nightmare
No Artist IMP Slate
No Artist Prologue
No Artist The Altamont Venue
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young Live Scene
The Rolling Stones Live Scene
Altamont Weekend
No Artist IMP Slate
No Artist Opening MC
The Rolling Stones Jumping Jack Flash
The Rolling Stones Carol
The Rolling Stones Let's Get Together
No Artist Report & Interviews
Santana Evil Ways
The Rolling Stones Carol
The Rolling Stones Mick Jager Live MC
The Rolling Stones Sympathy For The Devil
No Artist Report & Interviews
No Artist Ending MC
The Rolling Stones Let's Get Together

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
IMP-N-030 The Rolling Stones & Various The Rolling Stones & Various - Altamont Free Concert 1969 ‎(3xCD, S/Edition, Unofficial + DVDr, DVD-V, Unoffic) Idol Mind Production IMP-N-030 Japan 2009
IMP-N-030 The Rolling Stones & Various The Rolling Stones & Various - Altamont Free Concert 1969 ‎(3xCD, RE, Unofficial + DVDr, DVD-V, RE, Unofficial) Idol Mind Production IMP-N-030 Japan 2014

During the performance by The Rolling Stones, Hunter approached the stage, and was violently driven off by members of the Hells Angels motorcycle club who had been contracted to serve as security guards. He subsequently returned to the stage area, drew a revolver, and was stabbed and beaten to death by Hells Angel Alan Passaro.

The Rolling Stones' 1969 Tour of the United States took place in November 1969. Rock critic Robert Christgau called it "history's first mythic rock and roll tour", while rock critic Dave Marsh would write that the tour was "part of rock and roll legend" and one of the "benchmarks of an er. The 1970 concert album Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out!, mostly based on the Madison Square Garden shows, documented the tour, as did the Maysles brothers' 1970 documentary Gimme Shelter which, while mostly known for its filming of Altamont, also contains substantial footage of the band's performance during the tour at Madison Square Garden.

The Legend of Altamont 1969. Thanks and dedication to "The Cerebral Hush". The events leading up to Altamont and it's tragic ending are well documented in the Maysles Brothers "Gimme Shelter" movie. Here, we will focus on what was happening while the show was being performed, what was being said on the stage, and what the audience expected at a free concert on a winter's day in the quiet outskirts of Livermore, California. A free concert for 300,000 people can be re-organized in 3 days. Hippies can overpower Hell's Angels. San Francisco/San Jose chapters of The Hell's Angels are the same as the British chapter (used at Hyde Park). Young children belong at a free Rolling Stones concert. A stage made to sit at the tip of a hill at Sears Point Raceway will serve the same purpose on flat ground in Altamont.

had a special issue profiling 1969 as rock's single greatest year and there was an article on. Altamont that gave a good overview. When I saw this book, I hoped it would provide a more. trying to sell the Rolling Stones on the idea of being the surprise guests at a free concert in San. Francisco.

Altamont was the brainchild of the Rolling Stones, who hoped to cap off their . tour in late 1969 with a concert that would be the West Coast equivalent of Woodstock, in both scale and spirit. Unlike Woodstock, however, which was the result of months of careful planning by a team of well-funded organizers, Altamont was a largely improvised affair that did not even have a definite venue arranged just days before the event. It was only on Thursday, December 4, 1969, that organizers settled on the Altamont Speedway location for a free concert that was by then scheduled to include Santana; the.

The concert was a joint effort between the Stones and the Grateful Dead. It was a free concert but a movie will be produced, just as Woodstock. As soon as the authorities heard The Rolling Stones were involved, Golden Gate was not an option. Then, Sears Raceway was on the table. That was when Dick Carter and his Altamont Speedway appeared. Dick was a desperate man on the verge of bankruptcy. His speedway was unknown and only held small demolition derbies. He offered Altamont for free in exchange for publicity. We all know how that turned out. 69 Views · View 2 Upvoters.

Nightmare At Altamont. Altamont Free Concert. 5 DISTURBING Occurrences During Live Performances! Transcription. During the Rolling Stones' American tour in 1969, many (including journalists) felt that the ticket prices were far too high. In answer to this criticism, the Rolling Stones decided to end their tour with a free concert in San Francisco. The concert was originally scheduled to be held at San Jose State University's practice field, as there had recently been a three-day outdoor free festival there with 52 bands and 80,000 attendees

Rock 'n' roll's darkest day' Gimme Shelter trailer documents 'The Rolling Stones free concert in Altamont 1969.

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