Still Life (American Concert 1981)

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All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Like Love You Live before it, Still Life showcases the Stones as pure entertainers, although the band adds enough rhythmic grit to keep the record from sinking into pure showbiz formula.
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Like Love You Live before it, Still Life showcases the Stones as pure entertainers, although the band adds enough rhythmic grit to keep the record from sinking into pure showbiz formula.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/10/2009
  • Label: Umvd Labels
  • UPC: 602527164274
  • Catalog Number: 001359102
  • Sales rank: 9,344


Disc 1
  1. 1 Intro: Take the 'A' Train (0:26)
  2. 2 Under My Thumb (4:18)
  3. 3 Let's Spend the Night Together (3:50)
  4. 4 Shattered (4:05)
  5. 5 Twenty Flight Rock (1:48)
  6. 6 Going to a Go-Go (3:21)
  7. 7 Let Me Go (3:31)
  8. 8 Time Is on My Side (3:36)
  9. 9 Just My Imagination (Running Away With Me) (5:22)
  10. 10 Start Me Up (4:21)
  11. 11 (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction (4:23)
  12. 12 Outro: Star Spangled Banner - Jimi Hendrix (0:50)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
The Rolling Stones Primary Artist
Mick Jagger Guitar, Harmonica, Keyboards, Vocals
Ron Wood Bass, Guitar, Vocals
Charlie Watts Drums
Ian McLagan Keyboards
Bill Wyman Synthesizer, Bass, Keyboards, Vocals
Jimi Hendrix Guitar
Keith Richards Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals
Ian Stewart Piano
Ernie Watts Saxophone
Duke Ellington & His Orchestra Track Performer
Technical Credits
Eddie Cochran Composer
Smokey Robinson Composer
Bob Clearmountain Engineer
The Glimmer Twins Producer
Jimi Hendrix Arranger
David Hewitt Engineer
Bob Ludwig Mastering
Stephen Marcussen Remastering
Warren "Pete" Moore Composer
Jerry Ragovoy Composer
Billy Strayhorn Composer
Stewart Whitmore Remastering
John Stafford Smith Composer
Marvin Tarplin Composer
Paula Scher Art Direction
Kazushige Yamazaki Cover Art
Robert Rogers Composer
Francis Scott Key Composer
Traditional Composer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    One of my favorites

    "Still Life" was recorded during a bad period in the band's career. "Tattoo You" was a very big seller commercially, and stayed at number one on the Billboard album charts for 9 weeks straight, longer than any other Stones album. But the band had lots of drug problems. Plus, to make matters worse, there was tension that was brewing between Mick and Keith. But still the band put together a great live album. "Still Life" features great versions of many Stones classics. The band is really strong & tough on rocking versions of "Satisfaction", "Under My Thumb", "Shattered", "Start Me Up", and "Let's Spend The Night Together". And if you want to know more they do a really good version of "Let Me Go", and a great version of "Time Is On My Side". But the highlight is the fervored performance of "Just My Imagina- tion". The album is also of some significance because it was the last live album to include the band's pianist and rodie, Ian Stewart. He died two years after "Still Life" was put out in stores. All in all, "Still Life" is a good album.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Mick says:''ARE YOU READY TO ROCK (your city here)??!!

    Instead of announcers yelling ''Ladies & Gentlemen, the greatest Roll N' Roll Band in the World!'' this set starts out with an apologetic ''Thank you very much for waiting New Jersey.'' This is fitting start for an album for rushed songs and average to awful playing. ''Shattered'' is rushed through in a manner it doesn't deserve and Keith Richards does what he does worst on most of these tracks which is play as many notes as possible to fill in the spaces when Mick isn't howling. And check this: at the end of the first track 'Under My Thumb' Mick yells ''Hey Welcome Virginia.'' (Wait a sec, weren't we just in NJ?) ''Welcome Hampton and hope you're having good time sitting there drinkin a few beers, smoking a few joints, & you're all right.'' That's all he can think of to say. Wow. This set should have been great which was a mix of (at the time) new ''Start Me Up'' & ''Let Me Go'', old ''Under My Thumb'', ''Let's Spend the Night Together'' & covers ''20 Flight Rock'', ''Just my Imagination''. But Mick is too busy yelling like a heavy metal singer ''Are you ready to rock (your city here)''. Lame. And speaking of lame check out the version of ''Time is on my Side'' on this. They played this song at every stop on the tour. This was the best version they could come up with? Still it is the Stones but I find it interesting that all of their other live sets have energetic names: ''Get your Ya-Ya's out!!'', ''Got Live if Ya want it'', ''Love You Live'' and ''Flashpoint'' where this one sounds as energetic as a plastic fruit centerpiece. They came back after this with ''Dirty Work'' and the great set ''Steel Wheels'' but this one should have remained out-of-print as it was for a while.

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