July 9, 2013 – 4:49 am

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Hyde Park 2013 [no label, 2CD]

Live at Hyde Park, London, UK; July 6, 2013. Good to very good audience recording.

And here’s one more for the road…

Thanks to wb for recording the show and to bounty for sharing the tracks at HungerCity.

This is what Vanessa Thorpe wrote in The Guardian:

The set began, naturally enough, with Start Me Up and then, 44 years after they first invited 200,000 fans to listen to them for free in Hyde Park, the Rolling Stones were off. And it sounded like – as if they really had never stopped. Next song up and Sir Mick’s voice was calling out the hallowed lyric “It’s only Rock n’ Roll (but I like it)”. And they did: even the most sunburned and dehydrated in the crowd of 65,000 found the strength to cheer and scream. “Anyone here who was here in 1969?” asked Jagger. “Welcome back – it is nice to see you again.”

Soundman OKM II Rock Studio > Soundman A3 > Sony PCM-M10 (48/24) > Adobe Audition CS6 (EQ, 44.1/16) > CD Wave Editor 1.98 > Trader’s Little Helper 1.3.2

Front artwork by ethiessen1 - Thanks!

These tracks are no longer available for sharing as some have been included in the official iTunes release. Buy them here.

Disc 1
Track 101. Intro
Track 102. Start Me Up
Track 103. It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll (But I Like It)
Track 104. Tumbling Dice
Track 105. All Down the Line
Track 106. Beast of Burden
Track 107. Doom and Gloom
Track 108. Bitch (with Gary Clark, Jr.)
Track 109. Paint It Black
Track 110. Honky Tonk Women

Disc 2
Track 201. You Got the Silver
Track 202. Before They Make Me Run
Track 203. Miss You
Track 204. Midnight Rambler (with Mick Taylor)
Track 205. Gimme Shelter
Track 206. Jumpin’ Jack Flash
Track 207. Sympathy for the Devil
Track 208. Brown Sugar
Track 209. You Can’t Always Get What You Want (with the London Youth Choir)
Track 210. (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction (with Mick Taylor)

The Stones are pushing their latest compilation GRRR! It could well reflect the sentiments of their fan base. Buy it here.

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  1. 31 Responses to “THE ROLLING STONES - HYDE PARK 2013”

  2. this is unpleasant

    By barth on Jul 9, 2013

  3. i think its the next show this coming saturday that will be the one worth having altho it sure doesnt seem like most of them have been. hopefully that one will be available via the sbd or fm/tv/stream etc. i would guess thats the one that will have the guest(s) like adele or gaga or welch etc.
    theyre not pushing it as being the final ever show but isnt it?
    did yall see a lock of jaggers hair sold for $6k?

    By darth on Jul 9, 2013

  4. Thanks for the FREE music, bigO.

    By NAMoosedog on Jul 9, 2013

  5. You guys down under in Singapore are great! Thank you for continue this fine blog.
    Cheers Tony

    By Tony on Jul 9, 2013

  6. mick jagger is rumoured to be selling his toenail clippings from each show. your choice of show and left or right foot. allegedly theyre on under the name michael jaeger. buy it now price is said to be $1000 per foot. the proceeds will not go to charity….

    By barth on Jul 9, 2013

  7. me and the lads used to clip each others footy nails and then smoke em.
    any leftovers went into the trash, you`d be amazed how much fun it was to get high and watch losers rifle through your trash.

    By jimmy plant on Jul 9, 2013

  8. The fact that anyone is giving one thin dime to the embarrassment these guys have become is simply evidence that fools are born every day.

    That said, Keith has made good on his promise: he said they would keep going until they fell flat on their faces. Well done, old boy.

    By kingpossum on Jul 9, 2013

  9. BigO–Like Tony said, thanks for sharing the music with us

    By DanC on Jul 9, 2013

  10. As long as you’re dumb enough to pay, they’re smart enough to play. I only hope that the BigO can hang around as long as the Rolling Bones! Cheers.

    By RollingStoner on Jul 10, 2013

  11. theres been a little stuff in the news lately about various comments and statements made by various members of the stones on various subjects of the past. one of the ones that might be of a little interest is -

    By darth on Jul 10, 2013

  12. Anyone notice the opening guitar chords to Start Me UP? Keith is in a different key.He should be on auto pilot playing these same old songs.

    By ghbeatle on Jul 10, 2013

  13. A little bit of respect would be great here, respect for the experience, the things they have done, and so on, that should come first.
    But yes, you listen to Start Me Up and everythings seems a mess, totally out of key wich is something tipically stonian…

    By Marco Bernal on Jul 10, 2013

  14. i have great respect and admiration for their music. that doesnt make them immune from criticism for a bad performance. i couldnt make it through a single song on disc 1. i didn’t bother with disc 2.

    “tipically stonian…”? tosh. bob clearmountain has his work cut out for him:

    By barth on Jul 10, 2013

  15. some of you got stone ears..keith hits the first chord right its the second one he fucks up.
    therefore he is in the right key, wrong chord and only in the intro..I got thinking at first , for sure he`d be using one of his open tuned guitars and perhaps the roadie gave him the wrong tuned one but it aint that at all, he just moves his finger up one fret for the second chord instead of hammering on two notes to the first chord..big deal, its not the philharmonic its the stones, mick probably fined him anyhow! ha..
    stay out of the garbage pails kids you`ll get scabies, leave the trinkets to the ones with $$$ on ebay it seems to bring them joy, music brings me joy not things. later..the sarge is dawg tired.

    By dropkick sarge on Jul 10, 2013

  16. get back in the garbage pail dropkick.we like you there.later

    By barf on Jul 10, 2013

  17. glad you like me somewhere barf, too bad you don`t have enough imagination to come up with your own name tho.

    By dropkick sarge on Jul 10, 2013

  18. BigO, thanks for the show, can you post the show of Copacabana 2006? You’re the best bootleg of the world

    By Elian on Jul 11, 2013

  19. too bad you think you’re witty and clever when no one else does,lol

    By barf on Jul 11, 2013

  20. Hey Darth;
    Some people on this site give you a lot of crap! Some of it you earn!! But that link to the Keith comments on Altamont was great. Thanks for doing the legwork some of the others are too lazy to do!
    Dubious 141

    By Dubious141 on Jul 11, 2013

  21. Hey Darth;
    Some people on this site give you a lot of crap! MOST of it you earn!!

    By Dubious 142 on Jul 11, 2013

  22. no i dont earn any of it. but then consider the source of that comment.

    By darth on Jul 12, 2013

  23. The Stones may be the ultimate money grabbers but I like listening to these concerts free of charge in the comfort of my own home. Does anybody know what general admission tickets cost at the Hyde Park show? Thanks for the music Bigo and if you can get the second Hyde Park show, I would like to hear it. As for guests, Gwen Stefani did not know the words to Wild Horses. The other chick did not bring much to As Tears Go By. Gary Clark Jr is great. He brings some energy and some great guitar playing. If the Stones record another record I hope he plays on it. Him and Mick Taylor.

    By Mackster on Jul 12, 2013

  24. Dammit.. every time the Stones play Hyde Park, I miss it… if they can invite Mick Taylor, why not me?

    By Brian Jones on Jul 13, 2013

  25. What? No mass killing of Butterflies this time?

    By datdemdar on Jul 14, 2013

  26. I was there - yes Start Me Up was awful for about 3 seconds…

    The rest of the show was great. They moved it up a notch after Midnight Rambler.

    I’ve seen them 8 times (Wembley Stadium 1990) a few more times at Wembley and Twickenham and also Longchamps and Stade de France in Paris. O2 in 2007 and also in 2012.

    This was their BEST show!! Mick Taylor is a real highlight.

    If you want perfection listen to the Bluray Audio - that is kickass resolution.

    Live is about the experience - although you do want to hear the songs played pretty well. My mum and dad and two of our joint best friends were with me - my dad being there in 1969 too - that is what concerts are all about.

    As for money grabbing, they are a corporate organisation - what about the [email protected] that Microsoft and Apple and Samsung put out - yet we all buy it…

    I hope they tour again - and if they don’t well maybe I saw their last but one show ;-)

    By Paul on Jul 14, 2013

  27. Jimmy Fallon: The average price for a One Direction concert ticket has climbed to $674. Which is why I usually just wear a shirt that says “Security.”
    okay, problem solved: Stoned Security

    By 5yrsnojob on Jul 16, 2013

  28. RIP T-Model Ford, one the the last real Mississippi blues men. Here’s T-Model performing with an enthusiastic fan. You can play the blues and still have a good time!

    By Dingus on Jul 17, 2013

  29. the rolling stones the paris rehearsals

    great stuff .

    By dropkick sarge on Jul 17, 2013

  30. well looks like they are releasing a best of album collected from songs from the 2 shows from hyde park this month.

    By darth on Jul 23, 2013

  31. probably to fight the boots just like with get yer ya yas out. $9.99 exclusively on iTunes.

    hence the need for bob clearmountain:

    By barth on Jul 24, 2013

  32. zactly barth, or like dylan called his live one “before the flood” speculating the flood of bootlegs to come..

    By dropkick sarge on Jul 24, 2013

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