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Since 1977, when the double-live Love You Live offered a live souvenir of the 1976 Black and Blue tour, the Rolling Stones made a habit of documenting their recent tour with a live album released a year later. It's as reliable as clockwork, but in the early days of the 2000s there was a spanner in the works -- the Stones hadn't released an album of new material since 1997. Undaunted, the group launched a full-scale international tour in 2002. At its core, it was a greatest-hits tour, but it was a greatest-hits tour with a difference -- the group switched up venues, playing clubs, arenas, and stadiums, and they played with their set lists too, throwing in never-performed album tracks, cult favorites, and covers into ...
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Since 1977, when the double-live Love You Live offered a live souvenir of the 1976 Black and Blue tour, the Rolling Stones made a habit of documenting their recent tour with a live album released a year later. It's as reliable as clockwork, but in the early days of the 2000s there was a spanner in the works -- the Stones hadn't released an album of new material since 1997. Undaunted, the group launched a full-scale international tour in 2002. At its core, it was a greatest-hits tour, but it was a greatest-hits tour with a difference -- the group switched up venues, playing clubs, arenas, and stadiums, and they played with their set lists too, throwing in never-performed album tracks, cult favorites, and covers into the mix with the old warhorses. This tour was lavishly chronicled in the excellent 2003 four-DVD set Four Flicks, but there still wasn't an audio document of this blockbuster tour until the double-CD Live Licks appeared in late 2004. This doesn't mix things up as much as either the tour or the DVD, where the forgotten gems sat alongside the familiar. Instead, the first disc is devoted to the songs you know by heart, the second to fan favorites, covers, and tunes never before on another Stones live album "Beast of Burden," believe it or not, is among those songs. While the song selection on the latter initially seems haphazard -- why two album tracks from Tattoo You "Neighbours," "Worried About You"? why is Keith singing Hoagy Carmichael? why isn't the version of "Rock Me Baby" the storied version with Malcolm and Angus Young of AC/DC jamming with the Stones? -- it actually holds together very well as it spins, demonstrating the depth of the band's catalog and their musicality. Most surprisingly, this album is convincing proof that the Rolling Stones sounded better on this tour than they had in years. They still boast an enormous number of auxiliary musicians, but these are players that have been with the Stones for years, if not decades, so all 13 musicians sound comfortable with each other as a band, which makes the music supple and strong. While the Stones haven't abandoned their arena-ready, cinematic shtick, it no longer sounds cartoonish, it sounds natural; the band has the ability to make this large-scale arena rock sound as if it were being played in a packed bar. In other words, this is how a veteran band sounds when it's not coasting. Not that this makes for an essential Stones album -- these are the kind of differences that matter only to longtime fans -- but it is a thoroughly enjoyable one, and one that nearly justifies yet another version of "I Can't Get No Satisfaction." [There are two versions of Live Licks
Rolling Stone - David Fricke
Live Licks is the Stones' first live album since Ya-Ya's to earn a spot next to my best soundboard and broadcast boots.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/2/2004
  • Label: Virgin Records Us
  • UPC: 724387518322
  • Catalog Number: 75183

Album Credits

Performance Credits
The Rolling Stones Primary Artist
Solomon Burke Guest Appearance
Mick Jagger Harmonica, Harp, Keyboards, Vocals
Ron Wood Guitar
Michael Davis Trombone
Charlie Watts Drums
Blondie Chaplin Background Vocals
Lisa Fischer Background Vocals
Sheryl Crow Guitar, Vocals, Guest Appearance
Bernard Fowler Background Vocals
Darryl Jones Bass Guitar
Bobby Keys Tenor Saxophone
Chuck Leavell Keyboards
Keith Richards Guitar, Vocals
Tim Ries Keyboards, Saxophone
Kent Smith Trumpet
Technical Credits
Solomon Burke Composer
Hoagy Carmichael Composer
Mick Jagger Composer
Bert Berns Composer
Peter Brandt Engineer
Ed Cherney Engineer
The Glimmer Twins Producer, Audio Production
David Hewitt Engineer
B.B. King Composer
Stephen Marcussen Mastering
Keith Richards Composer
Don Was Producer, Audio Production
Ned Washington Composer
Jerry Wexler Composer
Stewart Whitmore Digital Editing
Gary Myerburg Engineer
Joe Bihari Composer
Roosevelt Jamison Composer
Willie Mae Williams Art Direction, Concept
Jason Gossman Engineer
David "Sparky" Hughes Cover Photo
Cheryl Ceretti Liner Notes
Murray John Cover Art
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