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The Rolling Stones - Let's Spend The Night Together

Rolling Stones    PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)   DVD
2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
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1 Under My Thumb 2 Let's Spend The Night Together 3 Together 4 Shattered 5 Neighbors 6 Black Limousine 7 Just My Imagination 8 20 Flight Rock 9 Going To Go-Go 10 Let Me Go 11 Time Is On My Side 12 Beast Of Burden 13 Waiting On A Friend 14 You Can't Always Get What You Want 15 Little T & A 16 Tumblin' Dice 17 She's So Cold 18 All Down The Line 19 Hang Fire 20 Miss You 21 Start Me Up 22 Honky Tonk Woman 23 Brown Sugar 24 Jumpin' Jack Flash 25 Satisfaction


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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Format:DVD
This movie is a fabulouos view of the first huge, modern and high scale tour of the Rolling Stones: the 1981-1982 tour.
In 1981 and 1982 they performed in two different stages: stadiums and pavilions. The movie is like a documentary and shows in a very sober way how was that tour. You can see the band performing in the two kind of stages. I think that the gigs were in the States.
I definitively recommend this movie! But the problem is to find it.
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3.0 out of 5 stars A good souvenier of a historical event. Feb. 24 2014
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
It's only a half hour show, the camera operators were playing with their new zoom lens too much, and you can tell it was the Stones first live show in quite a while , but it is a historical event. I will recommend it for that reason.
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Storm clouds on the horizon Dec 2 2003
By Brent
Format:DVD
This is director Hal Ashby's (RIP)take on the 1981 Stones' tour. The colors are bright, the sound is perfect, and the selections are varied. BUT...they look and sound like they're just...not..."rolling." This is indicative of the fact that Mick and Keith weren't getting along at the time; indeed, by the time the Stones should have toured behind "Dirty Work," Mick was out on his own, making an idiot of himself with material like "Just Another Night." Still, he was correct about his choice, though; "Dirty Work" was an abomination. But, yeah, that's skipping ahead. "Let's Spend The Night Together" is quite redeemable with the inclusion of Ian Stewart, on what was, sadly, to be his last tour. It's funny, watching Mick cuss Ron Wood out (this seems to be a running gag during the first ten songs), and "Honky Tonk Women" is a hoot: the stage curtains open, and out comes a line of - whew! - scantily clad women, led by Jerry Hall who was Mick's main squeeze at the time. "Honky Tonk," I'll leave that up to you to discern, because Shirley, the great Charlie Watts' wife, makes a very brief, ephemeral cameo, flirting with her man, and Ron Wood's young daughter runs out onstage. But really...it was time that the Stones took some off, and if you don't agree, compare this with "At The Max," the movie about the 1989 tour.
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