Mistitled by bootleggers back in the '70s, the show was the
final performance of the Rolling Stones' five night residency at
the Los Angeles Forum. As part of the Rolling Stones Tour of the
Americas, which started with a bang, the band played on a flatbed
truck driving down 5th Avenue in New York City, showcasing their
new guitarist, Ronnie Wood. The lineup for the show is Mick Jagger,
Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, Ronnie Wood, Bill Wyman, Ian "Stu"
Stewart, Billy Preston, Ollie E. Brown and Trevor Lawrence.
Remastered by Bob Clearmountain, the album contains an incredible
versions of "Fingerprint File" and "Angie".
Fans get 24 remastered tracks for just $5 when they order the
album digitally through the archive
website (via Google Music). Hits include 'Honky Tonk Woman,'
'Gimme Shelter,' 'Heartbreaker,' 'Angie' and 'Brown Sugar,' the
song the band kicked off the tour playing through the streets of
New York City.
The site is a must for any Stones fan, with two more high
quality remastered bootlegs currently available and more being
promised in the future.
Photo: The Rolling Stones, Philadelphia, 1975. by Annie
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