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The Rolling Stones: Some Girls - Live in Texas '78

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  • Posted November 11, 2012

    The Stones in their absolute prime. The other reviewer is WAY OF

    The Stones in their absolute prime. The other reviewer is WAY OFF base with this one. The Stones are energetic, playful and bare down hard with an extremely tight sound that is the Stones in all their rock and roll glory. Trust me this is an awesome show that is simplistic with no stage decorations or pyrotecnics. Just the world's greatest rock and roll band on stage showing everyone why they are called that! The only miss for me was the song Far Away Eyes. Not my favorite although their live version was played well. I, for one, (a life long Stones fan) can say this was one of their best performances ever caught on film. Just like being there!

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  • Posted December 5, 2011

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    Miss You? Miss it!

    It's the Rolling Stones, so of course there's a lot of great music on this DVD, but Mick Jagger ruins the whole show with his pathetic butt twitching and tasteless camp antics. He could have learned something from Jimmy Page, whom he needlessly disses in the middle of "When The Whip Comes Down", underlining his weird insecurities for posterity. And what the heck was he wearing inside those hideous pants, a rubber duckie?
    Stick with "Ladies and Gentlemen..." if you want to see the "Stones at their best, or skip ahead to the great performances on "Four Flicks" where Mick looks more at home in his own skin and doesn't make such a fool of himself.

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