Ladies and Gentlemen: The Rolling Stones (1974)

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This concert film documents the world tour undertaken by The Rolling Stones to support their beloved double album Exile on Main Street. The setlist includes classics like "Gimme Shelter," "Tumbling Dice," "Rip This Joint," "You Can't Always Get What You Want," and "Brown Sugar."
Rating: PG
Genre: Documentary , Musical & Performing Arts
Directed By: Rollin Binzer
In Theaters: limited
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Dragon Aire

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Jim Price
as Trumpet, Trombone
Bobby Keys
as Saxophone
Bobby Keys
as Saxophone
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Best concert film I've ever seen. Finally available on DVD.

Bob Stinson
Bob Stinson

Just supposing The Rolling Stones ever tire of documenting their decline and wish to celebrate their heyday instead - crazy thought, I know - Ladies and Gentlemen would make an excellent second half of a 2-disc set, twinned with the infamous Cocksucker Blues. Seeing the band emerge victorious from the shambolic excesses of ...Blues to give this splendid concert would have a similar sort of impact as watching The Beatles on the Apple rooftop after an hour's studio bickering in Let It Be. The film captures The Stones at their reinvigorated peak, having successfully wriggled out of a miserly record deal and escaped the equally rapacious clutches of the British taxman, accompanied by arguably their two greatest sidemen, pianist Nicky Hopkins and saxophonist Bobby Keys. This is everything a great concert movie should be. No gimmicks, no masturbatory shots of an adoring crowd; just a great band playing killer versions of some of their best material, mainly culled from Let It Bleed, Sticky Fingers and Exile on Main St. Ta, r&b.

Stephen M
Stephen M

great concert film from the stones' legendary american tour 1972 in support of exile on main street. this is the best footage i've seen of the stones in their prime. filmed over four nights in fort worth and houston, it was released with quadrophonic sound for limited theater engagements but has never had a home video release. the vid is a bit rough on bootleg but it's well worth seeking out for stones fans. see why they were called the greatest rock n roll band in the world in this period

Stella Dallas
Stella Dallas

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