From The Vault - Live In Leeds 1982
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The Rolling Stones - From The Vault - Live In Leeds 1982 album download
|Under My Thumb|
|When The Whip Comes Down|
|Let's Spend The Night Together|
|Just My Imagination|
|Twenty Flight Rock|
|Going To A Go Go|
|Let Me Go|
|Time Is On My Side|
|Beast Of Burden|
|You Can't Always Get What You Want|
|Little T & A|
|She's So Cold|
|Honky Tonk Women|
|Start Me Up|
|Jumpin' Jack Flash|
|(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction|
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Live at Leeds is a live album by The Rolling Stones, released in 2012. It was recorded at Roundhay Park, Leeds on 25 July 1982. The album was released exclusively as a digital download through Google Music on 16 October 2012. The concert was the band's final show of their European Tour 1982 and was also the band's last live performance with band co-founder and pianist Ian Stewart.
This actually brings us nicely full circle, since the Roundhay Park performance in Leeds on 25 July 1982 was only seven months on from the Hampton Coliseum gig which ended the US leg of the tour promoting the same album (1981’s Tattoo You) and kicked off these physical ‘From The Vault’ sets late in 2014. The Leeds performance was another tour-ending concert, this time the 1982 European tour. The band wouldn’t hit the road again for seven years. As with the other releases, the footage has now been restored and the sound has been newly mixed by Bob Clearmountain
As part of the From The Vault series, Live In Leeds 1982 has had the footage carefully restored and the sound newly mixed. This was a summer (July 25, 1982) concert that took place during daylight hours and so there are some very good and very clear and close up shots of the band. Although the concert footage appears on a squarer shaped screen compared with more up to date television and cinema, with the performance that the Stones gave and the restored footage that can be seen and the sound that is heared, the screen shape is almost irrelevant but if anything it helps to appreciate that this. There is a good mix of songs in the concert from what was then recent songs from Tattoo You, nearly half of the Tattoo You album songs are played, and as well as the more familiar there is also some perhaps unfamiliar such as Eddie Cochran’s Twenty Flight Rock.
Taken from the Rolling Stones performance at Roundhay Park in Leeds, England on July 25, 1982. Mick Jagger – vocals, guitar Keith Richards – guitar, vocals Bill Wyman – bass Ronnie Wood – guitar, backing vocals Charlie Watts – drums. Additional personnel Ian Stewart – piano Chuck Leavell – keyboards, backing vocals Gene Barge – saxophone Bobby Keys – saxophone. Intro 02. Under My Thumb 03. When the Whip Comes Down 04. Let’s Spend the Night Together 05. Shattered 06. Neighbours 07.
Leeds is the site of one of the Rolling Stones ' classic '70s bootlegs - later officially released as part of a Super Deluxe reissue of Sticky Fingers - and if From the Vault: Live in Leeds 1982 isn't as epochal as Get Yer Leeds Lungs Out!, this double-CD/DVD set nevertheless has its own merits. In a sense, this 1982 tour represents the conclusion of the Rolling Stones ' third act, the time when they remained at the vanguard of stadium rock, still releasing chart-conquering albums and filling out arenas around the world. Here, they were an overblown version of the band that made Get Yer Leeds Lungs Out!, minus the sly blues licks of Mick Taylor but benefiting from the ancient weaving of Ron Wood and Keith Richards, not to mention a dose of the new wave spirit that even invigorates the back-to-basics rock that peppers this set: covers abound, including Eddie Cochran.
The 80s were not a golden period for the Stones – although perhaps it was the only decade to make Mick Jagger’s stage attire look faintly less ludicrous – and this performance from Roundhay Park doesn’t especially ignite. There’s no denying the majesty of their finest tunes when they do come around, of course. Tumbling Dice retains all its ramshackle lustre, Miss You still sounds like their last truly great song and Jumpin’ Jack Flash proves exactly why they remain one of rock’n’roll’s most enduring creations. Black metal legends Darkthrone prove they're more metal than ever with new album.
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