THE ROLLING STONES - GLENDALE 2019

September 22, 2020 – 6:11 am

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THE ROLLING STONES
Valley of the Sun - No Filter in Glendale 2019 [XAVEL-Silver Masterpiece Series-212, 2CD]

Live at the State Farm Stadium, Glendale, AZ; August 26, 2019. Very good audio - Multiple Stereo In Ear Monitor Sources Matrix Recording. XAVEL Original Master.

Thanks to persic for sharing the show at Dime.

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Ashley Naftule, phoenixnewtimes.com:

But time hasn’t dimmed whatever spurred them on to be a blues-rock band. Richards’ and Wood’s guitar playing was jagged and woolly, a refreshing contrast to the note-for-note perfection you hear from other legacy bands like Queen that just want to recreate their hits live. “Jumpin’ Jack Flash,” by contrast, sounded like a different beast in person. The song had aged and changed in interesting ways, just like the people who made it.

Jagger’s voice has held up remarkably well.

The musical MVP of the night, though, was Charlie Watts. There is no stopping him behind the kit: The man didn’t miss a beat, displaying an unerring instinct when it comes to playing it light or putting some muscle in his hits. And he did it all while wearing the same impassive, almost bored look on his face. He’s Buster Keaton on the backbeat.

They wisely kept their set focused on their ’60s and ’70s material, playing a smattering of cuts from records like Sticky Fingers, Exile on Main St., and Some Girls. The Stones have been altering their setlists from night to night, and for their Arizona show, it seemed like they were emphasizing their country-tinged numbers. While the glorious “Wild Horses” was sadly kept in its stable, they did hit us with “Dead Flowers” and “Sweet Virginia.” The band played these acoustic numbers closer to the floor, moving down a catwalk to set up shop on an in-the-round platform.

The end of “Dead Flowers” actually ended up triggering the most chaotic moment of the night when Watts hurled one of his drumsticks into the crowd. The stick ricocheted off the head of one of my esteemed colleagues and rebounded into the aisle. A pair of men pounced on top of it and furiously fought a tug-of-war over it. You’d think Watts’ drumstick was a set of nude Tomi Lahren photos, considering the absolute ferocity these two white boomers displayed before security guards came along to break it up.

The best part about it? The whole thing happened as the band launched into “Sympathy For The Devil” - their timing could not have been better.

That was probably the thing I missed most about The Stones: that sense of danger that pervades so much of their work.

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Disc 1
Track 101. Opening 1:11
Track 102. Jumpin’ Jack Flash 4:15
Track 103. Let’s Spend The Night Together 4:12
Track 104. Tumbling Dice 5:37
Track 105. Sad Sad Sad 4:45
Track 106. Get Off Of My Cloud 4:39
Track 107. You Can’t Always Get What You Want 8:51
Track 108. Sweet Virginia 4:45
Track 109. Dead Flowers 4:29
Track 110. Sympathy For The Devil 7:47
Track 111. Honky Tonk Women 4:31
55 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. Band Introductions 3:13
Track 202. You Got The Silver 4:39
Track 203. Before They Make Me Run 3:59
Track 204. Miss You 9:44
Track 205. Paint It Black 5:23
Track 206. Midnight Rambler 12:39
Track 207. Start Me Up 4:19
Track 208. Brown Sugar 8:29
Track 209. Gimme Shelter 7:25
Track 210. (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction 9:22
70 mins

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  1. 32 Responses to “THE ROLLING STONES - GLENDALE 2019”

  2. It took them THREE YEARS, from ‘78 to ‘81 to finish START ME UP! I can’ understand why they don’t open their show with it?

    Do they drift slowly into unconsciousness and need to be revived just three songs from the end of the night?

    Nonetheless, they are all in their mid 70s and still playing two hour plus shows, so they have my respect.

    By Sumdh Umfuq on Sep 22, 2020

  3. Charlie Watts is the best Rock Drummer. PERIOD, end of conversation.

    By STEVEN J YEATON on Sep 22, 2020

  4. ‘Dangerous’ 70 year olds? I don’t think so. Super rich pensioner business men sucking the last buck out of loyal fans.
    Last half way decent album? Sticky Fingers. Last albums purchased, ‘Exiles…’ and Goats Head Soup . . . . . . since then? Meh.
    Flogging a dead donkey anyone?

    By swappers on Sep 22, 2020

  5. John Bonham was and Keith Moon were the greatest drummers shithead

    By U L E on Sep 22, 2020

  6. While all those drummers listed are top of the line, if you don’t include Rngo Starr in the list of “greatest drummers” the only thing you know about beats is beating your meat. Dumbasses

    By Cynical Idealist on Sep 22, 2020

  7. Twernt me above. I know nothing about music. I only care about male genitalia. Of which mine is very very small. Thus my fascination with the subject.

    By U L E on Sep 23, 2020

  8. Rumor has it none of the above are mine. Rumor also has it that I will appear shortly to add my usual boring comment about the band’s members all of whom are much bigger than me.

    By U L E on Sep 23, 2020

  9. I know for a fact that Im bigger than Mick Jagger an John Lennon. Pathetic lil troll that I am. I loves men genitalia

    By U L E on Sep 23, 2020

  10. Swappers, you never bought A Bigger Bang or Blue and Lonesome. Blue and Lonesome is probably one of their best albums, Mick plays a mean harmonica

    By Scar Rad on Sep 23, 2020

  11. Wow a rolling Stones post and for the most part the comments are about MUSIC..truth is stranger than fiction

    By Richard Jay on Sep 23, 2020

  12. Twernt me on any of the above. All fakes

    By U L E on Sep 23, 2020

  13. Rumor has it Mick gots a Lil Un

    By U L E on Sep 23, 2020

  14. Rumor has it Keef gots a Big Un

    By U L E on Sep 23, 2020

  15. The glimmer twins

    By U L E on Sep 23, 2020

  16. My best albums stones list are 1 Sticky Fingers 2 Beggars Banquet 3 Let it Bleed 4 Exile on Main Street 5 Aftermath 6 Goats Head Soup 7 Out of our heads , 8 Rolling Stones Now 9 Between the Buttons 10 Satanic MajestiesRequest .in that order .

    By Bill on Sep 23, 2020

  17. Get your ya yas out would have been top five if not for all the overdubs and re dos in the studio . I wish they would re release it as a complete show from the 69 tour warts and all . A far better documentation of them live is Oakland or San Diego that year , the bootlegs for sound . As for performance , they got better as that tour went along . By the time they hit the east coast at the end of the tour , they were on fire . Please release a full show , with no overdubs , warts and all .

    By Bill on Sep 23, 2020

  18. Thanks Scar Rad and no I didn’t buy those but now you recommend them I will check them out. Thanks Bud.
    P.S. How are you doing?

    By swappers on Sep 23, 2020

  19. Never cared for them that much after Mick Taylor left . Ron Wood was too much like Keith . With Keith and Taylor you had contrasting styles . Taylor’s clean precise blues licks complemented Keith’s sloppy riffs and rythym. They played off of each other’s strengths brilliantly. Especially live . The best years were the Taylor years .

    By Bill on Sep 23, 2020

  20. Fond of the Brian Jones era too .

    By Bill on Sep 23, 2020

  21. you gotta admit swappers, the best years were the mick taylor years. Gotta agree with Bill. The only change Id make is Exile for me is their best. Then the rest. Blue and Lonesome is pretty damn good. Better than some girls tatoo you voodoo lounge back and blue. I kinda like undercover. acquired taste. mick and keef were pissed off at each other thats why most of the songs were bloody

    By David Duke on Sep 23, 2020

  22. Im the Midnight Rambler

    By U L E on Sep 23, 2020

  23. Gale Sayers, Chicago Bears legend and Hall of Famer, is dead at age 77

    By David Duke on Sep 23, 2020

  24. Four white people were charged Tuesday in the alleged murder of a Black man whose body was found burning in a ditch in rural Iowa earlier this month, but authorities said it did not appear that he was targeted because of his race. I WISH THEY DID THIS TO ME. IM A WORTHLESS TROLL

    By U L E on Sep 23, 2020

  25. DD , is you shittin me ? Tom Seaver , Lou Brock and now Gale Sayers , the Kansas Comet ? Say it ain’t so bro .

    By Derrick. on Sep 23, 2020

  26. Derrick, they are all coloreds . Who cares ? Go back to buttfucking your pig sister and leave us the fuck alone !

    By HHH on Sep 23, 2020

  27. That was NOT me!

    By ScarRad on Sep 23, 2020

  28. There are many fires in California. Bobcat fire keeps going, has reached my valley, over 100,000 acres so far. My friend still has his house mostly, but all the rest of his buildings and equipment gone. All of his neighbors immediately surrounding him lost everything, down to the dirt, all gone. As he left he took video. Fire was coming down the hill behind his home. He thanks God he still has the house.

    By ScarRad on Sep 24, 2020

  29. “Jumpin’ Jack Flash sounds like a different beast.” Sure it does, because Jagger no longer has the voice to tear into it like he could when its fresh. Geezer rock at its worst. Saw the Stones at MSG in 1969 along with Ike & Tina. One of the best shows ever. At least we have “Gimmee Shelter” on film to document when they were the greatest rock and roll band in the world. At this point, their just cashing in.

    By Frederick Miller on Sep 24, 2020

  30. Blimey the impersonators are even pretending to be people and posting real music questions and observations!
    WTF is the point of THAT!?
    Sorry ScarRad
    Hope all is well with (the REAL) you!

    By swappers on Sep 24, 2020

  31. Rumor has it that I gots a Lil Un

    By Derrick's 2" Penis on Sep 24, 2020

  32. I am listening with headphones to some songe and there is something étrange about this sound..

    By Alberto on Sep 27, 2020

  33. Indeed it was them non morning well on one channel…

    By Alberto on Sep 27, 2020

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