August 31, 2013 – 9:37 am

In 1975, the Rolling Stones called their world tour “The Tour Of Americas”.

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LA Forum 1975 [MfG, 2CD]

Live at the LA Forum, Los Angeles, CA; July 11, 1975. A mono soundboard mixed with Mike Millard’s stereo audience recording. Very good quality.

The Vietnam War was over. It was time to tour America and introduce good-time, party guy Ron Wood and make as much money as they could.

But the legacy of the Sixties still lingered and the Stones made a concession to former times with “Fanfare For The Common Man” as their intro music. Composed by Aaron Copland, the piece itself was a nod in the direction of vice president Henry A  Wallace’s speech about the dawning of the “Century of the Common Man”. Alas, Wallace famously lost to Truman. And the interests of the common man lay by the wayside. In its place was Harry Truman’s historic decision to send two Atomic bombs to Japan. The first time “weapons of mass destruction” was used.

Fanfare For The Common Man was originally written with the opening of World War II in mind. It was to have been a fanfare for soldiers (that is, heroism) as war loomed again in 1941. Copland finished writing in 1942.

The mid-’70s was a time when rock music finally became a going concern. Records were selling by the millions. Concerts were filling stadiums. Bands were competing to see who could put on the funkiest shows. Elton had his spectacles. Kiss had their make up. Alice Cooper had his snake. Everyone worshipped Mammon.

The Stones’ ‘75 shows followed that trend. They had on stage a giant inflatable penis that ballooned at the appropriate moment. Sometimes a technical malfunction would result in an impotent penis. The ‘75 shows were also hit and miss affairs. The band had already made their mark on culture.

Most of the material for the shows were from Exile On Main Street, Sticky Fingers and from recent albums like Goat’s Head Soup. However much they rocked, it didn’t make these shows resonate like in ‘69 or ‘72. The Stones had grown up and left their adolescence behind. Get Off My Cloud, in particular, had lost its rebellious nature and now wandered on stage in a drunken stupor.

At the end of 1974, the Stones had made their last album with Mick Taylor where they finally defined what the Sixties had meant to them, “It’s Only Rock ‘n Roll”.

Thanks to Tuff Gong who shared this bootleg at the Pirate Bay.
- The Little Chicken

Tech details
Audio: SBD-AUD Falo Matrix 75/25
source1: Soundboard (SBD), Ex mono, VGP 085 L.A. Connection; cuts from VGP filled with original video sound from circulating video.
source2: Audience Recording Mike Millard (AUD), Ex stereo

Both sources are mixed 75/25, which means:
Left channel: 75% source2 & 25% source1
Right channel:57% source1 & 25% source2

This way, the matrix sounds more fresh and the stereo effect is better. - Tuff Gong

Note: Music fan Mike Millard recorded from the audience all five concerts at the LA Forum on his trusty Nakamichi deck. His stereo recording has been mixed with the surviving mono soundboard recording. It is likely that these shows in 1975 were recorded by the Stones. In 2012, the band released the July 13, 1975 show as a digital download.

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Disc 1
Track 101. Fanfare For The Common Man (6.3MB)
Track 102. Honky Tonk Women (8.6MB)
Track 103. All Down The Line (7.1MB)
Track 104. If You Can’t Rock Me (5.8MB)
Track 105. Get Off My Cloud (7.9MB)
Track 106. Star Star (8.5MB)
Track 107. Gimme Shelter (9.8MB)
Track 108. Ain’t Too Proud To Beg (8.3MB)
Track 109. You Gotta Move (7.9MB)
Track 110. You Can’t Always Get What You Want (26.6MB)
Track 111. Happy (6.9MB)
Track 112. Tumbling Dice (10.2MB)
Track 113. It’s Only Rock’n Roll (9.8MB)
Track 114. Introductions (3.0MB)
Track 115. Heartbreaker (8.0MB)

Disc 2
Track 201. Fingerprint File (17.9MB)
Track 202. Angie (10.5MB)
Track 203. Wild Horses (13.1MB)
Track 204. That’s Life - Billy Preston (6.4MB)
Track 205. Outta Space - Billy Preston (8.9MB)
Track 206. Brown Sugar (6.9MB)
Track 207. Midnight Rambler (27.9MB)
Track 208. Rip This Joint (3.8MB)
Track 209. Street Fighting Man (8.2MB)
Track 210. Jumpin’ Jack Flash (18.0MB)
Track 211. Sympathy For The Devil (16.7MB)

The Rolling Stones
Mick Jagger - lead vocals, guitar, harmonica
Keith Richards - guitars, vocals
Ronnie Wood - guitars, backing vocals, bass guitar
Bill Wyman - bass guitar, synthesizer
Charlie Watts - drums

Additional musicians
Ian Stewart - piano (the first two opening songs)
Billy Preston - keyboards, vocals
Ollie Brown - percussion, backing vocals
Bobby Keys - brass

To date, the Stones have only officially released one show from their Tour Of The Americas 1975. That is the July 13 show also at the L.A. Forum. It is sold only as a digital download. Buy L.A. Friday here.

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  1. 81 Responses to “MISSION FROM GOD”

  2. Thanks Big O for this. I left the Stones behind (or rather they left me)when Mick Taylor left and whilst I LOVE(D) Ronnie Wood, for me he was a ‘Face’ and cross pollinating the stew, to mix metaphors. It was wrong and I was moving on to pastures new . . .this is a timely reminder that I may not have been actually wrong but missed some glorious Rock ‘n’ Roll

    By swappers on Aug 31, 2013

  3. my watershed test was to download one song only to see if this merited a full listen.
    I chose rip this Joint.
    I chose well.
    thanks bigo!

    By sluggo on Aug 31, 2013

  4. I was glad when Taylor left he could solo but he was out of the groove and the wrong guy for the job. The Stones are about the Rhythm and playing as a unit. Right Guy for the right job. Carlos Santana is a great guitarist buy not the right guy for the Ramones, etc. Taylor has done nothing of substance for the 40 years since he quit The Stones

    By ReV RuSSeLL on Sep 1, 2013

  5. Actually Reverend you could well be right but the last Stones album I bought was Sticky Fingers so it could be about the writing. they are indeed a band based on riff ‘n’ rhythm and as powerhouse of both go they are peerless. I hang around with guitarist who worship Santana and Jimi and think Keef can’t play which is to misunderstand as you rightly hint at here. Just saying that I struggled to stay with them . . . . perhaps it merely coincided with Mick leaving who’s solo efforts since are resigned to pub back rooms at best, I agree. But as for me the Stones have done damn all since either

    By swappers on Sep 1, 2013

  6. Brian Jones of course was the original Rolling Stones musician and he gave the Stones a lot of flavor they have not had since. Ron Wood is adequate as second banana I guess and he was selected as much for his life style as his playing. Mick Taylor didn’t get a chance to shine much on the recent tour but in the 1969 and 1972/73 tours his playing was sublime. I often go back and listen to his solos from those concerts. He peaked as did the Stones during that era and it has been downhill for everybody ever since.

    By Mackster on Sep 2, 2013

  7. Mick Taylor “was out of the groove”? Not on Time Waits for No One, or Sway, or Moonlight Mile, or Stop Breaking Down, or I Don’t Know Why, or Doo Doo Heartbreaker, or Can’t You Hear Me Knocking, or Jiving Sister Fanny… he’s not a greedy insecure nasty back-stabber who needs another guitarist to prop him up.

    By Buster on Sep 2, 2013

  8. Mick Taylor is a good guitar player and added some great licks to a lot of songs but I too agree he didn`t always fit in a rock and roll band. His work in the blues genre is much more suited to his style, he took some great extended solos ,[especially live] on the infamous `72 tour, listen to his workouts on love in vain especially WOW !
    Jones was first, we all know that but he melted and they had to do something and Mick was highly recommended.
    Now whether you like Ronnie as a stone or not,he is more closely suited to keith`s style of play than just about anyone.The guy who posted that his “guitar” friends dis keith as a player need to listen a little more closely..no one, NO ONE plays rock and roll rhythm guitar quite like Keith, his timing is from outer space and his incredible ability to come up with a killer riff is unquestionable.
    Hey, you know what, there are songs from all three eras of the Stones that just blow me away ! If there is one member I miss more than anyone it`s Billy Wyman.

    By sluggo on Sep 2, 2013

  9. this weekend evidently was the 40th anniversary of goats head soup’s release which i would guess if im not mistaken is micks final recordings with the stones.

    By darth on Sep 3, 2013

  10. “if im not mistaken”

    You are mistaken. I didn’t even need to look it up. Idiot.

    Taylor’s last album with the Stones was “It’s Only Rock ‘n Roll”, released a little over a year after Goat’s Head Soup.

    By Dingus on Sep 3, 2013

  11. Good point Sluggo agree about Bill and BTW I didn’t say that I was struggling with Keith’s playing. My friends who play much better guitar than me say Keef can’t play (sic) and I maintain they don’t get it and what a great rhythm guitarist and electric choppsie riffmeister he is and they just don’t get playing in a band like the Stones!
    It is merely that virtuoso guitarists often seem to disregard him. These guitar playing homies say Jimmy Page can’t play! They favour Santana, Hendrix and more modern folk like Bonnamassa - I think it’s an electric thing! There are some wonderful clips of Keith playing acoustic that really show his expertise style and accomplishment and obviously I don’t need to defend the guitarist and composer of some of the greatest rock ‘n’ roll in the world
    I had left following the Stones before ‘Goat’s Head’ and ‘It’s Only…’having started at the beginning so it definitely is a composition thing that I was trying to hint at as to why they left me cold after Sticky and maybe they were getting complacent by then

    Play it loud people and if in doubt, turn it up!

    By Swappers on Sep 3, 2013

  12. this weekend evidently was the 40th anniversary of goats head soup’s release which i would guess if im not mistaken is micks final recordings with the stones.


    By billyjojimblob on Sep 3, 2013

  13. even if its not the final recordings with the stones the point was that it was the 40th anniv of the release of ghs. pay attn to the point of the posting itself.

    By darth on Sep 4, 2013

  14. pay attn to the point of the posting itself.

    yeah idiots, ignore the lie.

    By billyjojimblob on Sep 4, 2013

  15. –DARTH WAS WRONG!!! Light the torches! Sharpen the knives! Put on the white sheets! Let the dogs loose! Put up the cross! Get the hammers and nails! Light the funeral pyre! Unwrap the voodoo dolls! Hide in our little dark anonymous rooms and spit vile invective! HAHAHAHA! We drool for and will drink darth-blood tonite! Is everybody with me? YES! Onward! Vanquish the blasphemer! –And even IF he admits he “… may be mistaken”. We don’t care! WE WANT BLOOD!

    By lowendbill on Sep 4, 2013

  16. shut up bill. You know as well as anyone he is ruining this site.

    By dropkick sarge on Sep 4, 2013

  17. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! It would be SO pathetically EASY to turn the tables on THAT comment, but what the hell for? Truth be told, I’d rather have a beer. A toast to free speech. It’s a beautiful and vile thing, is it not, m’laddies (or m’ladies, if the case may be)? Chimay for me. What be your pleasure?

    By lowendbill on Sep 4, 2013

  18. lol lowendbill. u know theyre not going to understand that now dontcha? even the most intelligent among them.. wait.. who am i kidding? nevermind. heh

    By darth on Sep 4, 2013


    lol SO pathetically

    toast wait

    vile thing

    what the hell


    By lowend darthlick on Sep 4, 2013

  20. Darth, of course. It’s basically like watching ants scatter when you spray water on ‘em.
    And just to get the lame joke said - only because the context begs for the irony: guys, everyone… “it’s only rock n’ roll”. There’s so much real tragedy in this world to get your dander up over, but going bug-eyed blue-balled ballistic over Wood vs. Taylor? Misquoted songs or album release dates? Who is ruining the site more?
    With “fans” like these, it’s no wonder the music gets worse and worse…

    By lowendbill on Sep 4, 2013

  21. lowendbill, you’re right about one thing- that’s a lame joke.

    These music details are so trivial that your hero went on youtube and pleaded for help from the same people he’s been insulting. “i havent been able to find proof on my own. can u offer help? please? please hurry”.

    The only reason I bothered with a 5 minute search is because he said “but u can do your best to find my name if u wish. when u think u found it let me know. then i can make a fool of u.” Who looks like a fool now, bill? It’s the troll who insults people without provocation on YouTube.

    After this comment “now everyone can go racing around looking to prove me wrong on this. trust me. im not wrong.” on the Pink Floyd 1975 show, I spent another 5 minutes to prove him wrong.

    Have you chosen to ignore your bff’s behavior on the Yes LA 1980 show? He said the man who has the ticket stub from the show he saw is lying about the date printed on his ticket. He said the man who taped the show when it was broadcast, and wrote the venue name on the tape based on the DJ’s comments, is wrong. He’s given three different sources that show the taper is correct, and says they’re all wrong.

    bill, the hobgoblin is not above criticism, especially after the above comments, which leads to more abusive comments from the scattering ants whenever he tries to pass himself off as an expert. It’s more than obvious he enjoys the attention, no matter how abusive. Do us all a favor, and have a talk with your playmate and politely explain how much of his behavior here is inappropriate and is ruining this site. Just stand way back from the imminent explosion.

    By Dingus on Sep 4, 2013

  22. The Ronnie Wood Band has been announced as the final performers at the 2013 BluesFest in London this fall. The Rolling Stones guitarist will pay tribute to the late bluesman Jimmy Reed on Nov. 1.
    Reed is best known for classics like ‘Baby, What You Want Me to Do,’ ‘Bright Lights, Big City’ and ‘Big Boss Man.’ “Jimmy Reed was one of the premiere influences on the Rolling Stones and all the bands that love American blues from that era until the present day,” Wood said in a statement about the performance.

    Tickets for all BluesFest performances are now on sale at the festival’s website. The Ronnie Wood Band’s show will take place at the Royal Albert Hall. Earlier the same night, Van Morrison and Mick Hucknall will lead an all-star tribute to Bobby Bland.

    Other artists lined up for evening performances during the four-day festival include the Tedeschi Trucks Band, Bobby Womack, Natalie Cole and Robert Plant with the Sensational Shape Shifters. There is also a full daytime schedule for the festival, which starts on Oct. 29.

    By darth on Sep 4, 2013

  23. i don`t need your help darth

    By ronnie wood on Sep 4, 2013

  24. did yall know that one of rock’s most distinctive and influential performers is calling it quits?

    In an interview with Rolling Stone, legendary recording artist Little Richard admitted that, just a few months shy of his 81st birthday, he’s hanging it up as a performer. “I am done, in a sense,” he told the magazine, adding, “I don’t feel like doing anything right now.”

    Troubled by sciatica and a degenerating hip, Little Richard (born Richard Penniman on Dec. 5, 1932) has performed sparingly in recent years and hasn’t always managed to play up to his usual standards. In June 2012, he was forced to stop a show, telling the crowd, “Jesus, please help me – I can’t hardly breathe. It’s horrible.” He recovered sufficiently to headline at 2013′s Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Weekend, but that seems to have been a temporary reprieve.

    According to the Rolling Stone article, he now spends his time designing clothes and praying — and thinking about the impact left by his groundbreaking early singles like ‘Tutti-Frutti’ and ‘Long Tall Sally.’ “I think my legacy should be that when I started in show business, there wasn’t no such thing as rock ‘n’ roll,” he mused. “When I started with ‘Tutti Frutti,’ that’s when rock really started rocking.”

    A 65-year veteran of show business and a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award recipient, as well as a member of the Songwriters Hall of Fame and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Little Richard helped lay the groundwork for scores of rock artists during the ’50s before announcing his retirement from secular music toward the end of the decade. Although he returned to his recording career during the following decade, he struggled to regain his commercial momentum, suffering through a few fallow years before reinventing himself as a steady live performer and studio sideman during the ’70s. His most recent LP, the Disney Records release ‘Shake It All About,’ was issued in 1992.

    By lowend darthlick on Sep 4, 2013

  25. i didnt offer any to YOU. nor did i offer any to ron. im letting the people who read this site know about the event. this has nothing whatsoever to do with u.. whoever posted this stupidity.

    By darth on Sep 4, 2013

  26. you tell`em darth

    By lowendbill on Sep 4, 2013

  27. I picked up the official Stones boot, LA Friday, and really liked the mix and set list cuz I had seen the tour in Chicago. To me, this is the first of the tours that, nearly 40 years later, sound so much alike as to make repeated viewing expensive and unnecessary. That said, I will likely buy the Hyde Park BluRay and play it several times. With apologies to Peter Gabriel, It’s Only Knock ‘n’ Know All, But I Like It.

    By Johnny Kinkdom on Sep 4, 2013

  28. “you tell`em darth”

    ooo darth youre so strong and manly! look at my goosebumps! dont let them make fun of your friend ronnie! im sure everyone near london is sooo happy to hear this! that must be at least 1% of all bigO readers!

    By lowend darthlick on Sep 5, 2013

  29. there’s not a shred of decency amongst you. you have the morals of baboons, the manners of apes, the mindlessness of chimpanzees.

    Err. what was the question?

    By Turkey Turds on Sep 5, 2013

  30. I know we are, but what are you…. Turkey Turds?

    By George Martini on Sep 5, 2013

  31. thanks darth!

    By ronnie wood on Sep 5, 2013

  32. Don’t surprise me. darth’s always been there for all of us in the Stones, takin’ our pictures, teachin’ us about music, bein’ our best friend, ya know, when he wasn’t goin’ through our trash or scalpin’ tickets to our shows or rippin’ us off like he did that poor guy from the Chambers Brothers…

    By Keith Richards on Sep 5, 2013

  33. hee hee

    By Charlie on Sep 5, 2013

  34. shame on you

    By factory girl on Sep 5, 2013

  35. remember when mick said..oooo looks like i busted a button on me trousers ya wouldn`t want me trousers to fall down now would ya?

    well my cousin darth has the button.

    By durth cousin of darth on Sep 5, 2013

  36. One of these days, Mick’s gonna fall on hard times, and he’s gonna need that button. Good luck getting it back from darth, Mick.

    By Innocent Bystander on Sep 6, 2013

  37. The Rolling Stones will be honored at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s 18th Annual Music Masters Series, which begins October 21st and runs through the 26th in Cleveland.

    Dubbed “It’s Only Rock ‘n Roll (But I Like It): The Music of the Rolling Stones,” this year’s series will feature a week of interviews, panels, films and other educational programs, concluding with a conference at the Rock Hall about the Rolling Stones’ impact on pop music, followed by a tribute concert at PlayhouseSquare’s State Theatre.

    The tribute show will feature a handful of musicians who have performed with the Stones during their 50 year career including, Ian McLagan, Lisa Fischer, Bobby Keys, Bernard Fowler, Trevor Lawrence, Steve Madaio, Ivan Neville, Waddy Wachtel and Willie Weeks. More artists, and a complete schedule of events, will be announced in the next few weeks.

    Tickets to the tribute concert will go on sale to Rock Hall members on September 16th at 10 a.m. at PlayhouseSquare’s website, with the public sale beginning on September 18th at 11 a.m. Prices range from $30 to $80, with a limited number of VIP packages starting at $250 available through the Rock Hall’s development office.

    The Music Masters series also coincides with “The Rolling Stones: 50 Years of Satisfaction” exhibit, which opened at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame this past May and will run until March 2014.

    By darth on Sep 6, 2013

  38. darth, I speak as a friend, here: for god’s sake, shut the fuck up.

    By Constructive Criticism and Friendly Advice on Sep 6, 2013

  39. “darth: i cant find the links for the marino san jose 93. i have been looking 4 hrs. theyre just not there.”

    4 hrs?? 4 friggin hrs darth????

    By darth on tube on Sep 6, 2013

  40. darth doesn’t have much of a life, apparently, even if he can’t seem to find the time to get his photos out of storage.

    By Innocent Bystander on Sep 6, 2013

  41. Rock and Roll hall of fame is a joke..Michael Jackson, Prince, Madonna, Donna Summer,,? But yet Deep Purple, Jethro Tull, and Chicago are ignored. I think the beginning riffs of Smoke on the Water or Aqualung sound more like Rock and Roll than anything Madonna has put out.

    By blue moon on Sep 6, 2013

  42. Spending four hours looking for a Frank Marino bootleg must be more important than having a few prints made for the exhibit. Not to mention the two hours he spent today copying and pasting press releases here from other web sites. Maybe darth will have his trash picked copy of “Mick’s” People magazine there on loan.

    By Dingus on Sep 6, 2013

  43. i was limited in the amount of letters i could use in the text box so i used the # 4 for the word ‘for’. i tried to find the links when i clicked the title of the item and it brought me to the 2nd page. i gave up when i didnt see the links. i closed the page. when i tried again a few hours later figuring he might have fixed what i thought was the problem.. it hadnt been addressed or fixed. i tried a few more times and it still hadnt been addressed or fixed. i didnt attempt to find the item for 4 hours. but 4 ‘for’ hours. i dont expect u to understand things like this. but if u werent stalking me on other boards and sites and trying to find fault with everything i type and looking for mistakes and errors and problems with everything i do.. this wouldnt be a problem for u. u claim u arent obsessed with me and every move i make but clearly your actions here and elsewhere prove otherwise. the fact that u are doing what u are doing here proves it. not that it needs proving but u have asked for this proof then u offer it yourself without any effort needed on my part.
    i didnt spend hours copying and pasting press releases. it took only a matter of a minute or two. oddly the san jose boot was something i already had and didnt realize it. oh well.

    as for my photos.. it isnt time that is the problem. i have nothing but time.

    By darth on Sep 6, 2013

  44. btw.. using your own logic.. if someone couldnt find the time as u claim to do something wouldnt that mean they do have that much of a life that they cant find the time to squeeze something else in?

    u said i must not that that much of a life since i cant find the time to get my photos out of storage. i dont really follow that logic.
    it seems to me.. that if my life was that full that i couldnt find the time it would infer that my life is full. no?
    guess u didnt think your attack thru before u made a fool of yourself in trying to harass me for no reason while jumping on yet another bandwagon. tsk tsk.

    By darth on Sep 6, 2013

  45. Don’t expect any of the Stones to appear at the tribute concert, ticket prices are far too low. Lisa Fischer would definitely be worth seeing, she was featured recently in “20 Feet From Stardom”, a fine movie about background singers. It’s on DVD, there’s a chance it might still be in a few theaters.

    Featured in the exhibit is the Rolling Stones Pinball Machine that guitarist Keith Richards kept and played in his house. Also on display will be an Us magazine with Mick Jagger’s mailing label still on it. It was his favorite celebrity journalism periodical.

    By Dingus on Sep 6, 2013

  46. What’s Bill Wyman been doing that kept him so busy he couldn’t make an appearance on the Stones tour? Well, yeah, he’s been keeping his hot young wife happy, but aside from that-

    He’s searching for buried treasure…….. with the official Bill Wyman Metal Detector!

    “Metal-detecting is not just for anoraks or eccentrics; it’s probably the best and the most enjoyable way of learning about our history,” says Mr. Bill. Watch the video, it’s priceless.


    By Dingus on Sep 6, 2013

  47. @George Martini - love the name :)

    By Turkey Turds on Sep 7, 2013

  48. I don’t believe that this concert took place at all. Like the 1969 moon landing, this concert was faked later, on the orders of the CIA and FBI and ABC-TV.

    By Turkey Turds on Sep 7, 2013

  49. @George Martini - love the name :)

    its not a name its a sissy drink with a plastic sword

    By singapoor on Sep 7, 2013

  50. A glass of ice, 2 shots good vodka, teaspoon Tiger Sauce, teaspoon worcestershire sauce, cover the ice with cracked black pepper, top off with Clamato (of all things), stir with a celery stalk, and tell me if it ain’t the best friggin’ Bloody Mary you ever drank! Oh yeah, crank up the live Stones really loud from your old Marantz receiver via Bose 301 speakers while you enjoy!

    By Mr. Jimmy on Sep 9, 2013

  51. Although new to the site, ive read a TON of posts and yes, darth seems to antagonize people, and is kind of a dick many times, but i never hang my hat for good on ANYTHING that anyone from a dl site says as gospel without doin’ the whole wiki thing or at least a few google searches first. jus sayin’. peace ya’ll. many folks we be deterred from bigozine cause of so much of this kind of bickering, but i guess i look at it as being invited to a family dinner, but the family just doesn’t get a lot so much. ha.
    i’ll definitely make sure i check my facts before posting them on here. lol. but it wouldn’t hurt if we all did that too, ay?

    By Anthony on Dec 30, 2013

  52. Keith is particularly on fire for this, the best of the 5 shows.

    By JOHANNES BOLS on Mar 11, 2014

  53. anthony - i havent seen this post u made til now. i dont know what u mean when u say i antagonize people. u may have come in during something that u didnt realize was going on and thought that i was the one who initiated things but no.. i dont start with others. i dont back down from them either. i do sometimes give up realizing that i am dealing with psychotic people who arent really dealing with a full deck. i mean u cant reason with everyone. im sure u have had your personal experiences trying to get thru to people who just wont let u. maybe even they were antagonizing u and having fun at your expense and u were trying to clear things up and set the record straight etc. and they were too busy having fun giggling while trying to be stupid in an effort to see how long u would put up with it. thats what we often have here. it is at those times when even i will give up. that doesnt mean im backing down because my side or my arguments or my stance is usually just and right. i dont take a position without having thought it out or considered first. i dont intentionally poke people for no reason. i dont get my kicks from fucking with people. others do. if u have seen what u believed to be me antagonizing people it is very likely that u didnt happen to catch things earlier where those people had started messing with me and i was responding accordingly.

    By darth on Mar 11, 2014

  54. Darth-” i dont start with others.”

    yes you do just by your idiotic i me mine mr ego nature you do! just by you posting you do!!!

    ” i dont back down from them either.”

    yes you do. you crawl off for a few days until unfortunately you come back!!!

    ” i do sometimes give up realizing that i am dealing with psychotic people who arent really dealing with a full deck. i mean u cant reason with everyone.”

    can you see yourself in that mirror you fucking hypercrite?? how moronic are you??

    ” im sure u have had your personal experiences trying to get thru to people”


    however have a great night mr ego ok?

    By Jerry's Finger on Mar 12, 2014

  55. see this is exactly my point. proof positive right there for u to see without any effort on my part. the emperor wears no clothes.
    i have the right to post whatever i wish even if u call what i post idiotic. u thinking that it is idiotic doesnt matter. your opinion isnt better and u are not superior to me so what u think of my opinions or posts isnt important. its not as if u are here to grade my submissions. i didnt ask what u thought of this idea or that. there is nothing wrong with any of my postings. it isnt up to u either to attack them. i dont know who u think u are or why u think u have this exhaulted position of being better or smarter or in a place where u have the right to judge me as inferior to u.. but its preposterous and merely saying so doesnt give u that seat.
    i choose to post about various things. some of them are about me. that is my right. u dont have anything about u worth posting so u are clearly jealous of what i have to say. u are the one trying to get more attn to based on nothing cept having attacked things i have said. its one thing to put out the art and its another thing to try to get famous by reviewing that art. as if u have any credentials. gimme a break.

    when i leave for a couple of days. and omg i cant believe u keep track. wow. it isnt because i crawled anywhere. i just dont sit on here constantly as i have said before.. why dont u keep up with things i say if u are this obsessed with me? its not that i am crawling anywhere.. i just do other things. theres nothing to post about here that i cant get to when i get to it. i dont have to keep up with it like its a fucking soap opera. that may be your thing it isnt mine. its not like im missing anything. i do click on the main link in my faves and check to see if anything new was offered up and once i dl them if anything then ill look at see if any postings were made that i might want to comment on or respond to. someone may have asked for something i can help them with or answered a question i asked. or maybe they asked a question i can answer. thats what i do here. see how its different from what u do? u sit here waiting on the edge of your seat hour after hour waiting on anything i might post so u can comment on it and u keep track of the days i am not here and how often i am etc. thats quite pathological but hey its your issue not mine. i have a life and i do other things with it. i cant dictate how u should live your life.. u will do what u wanna do no matter how preposterous and ridiculous it is. how much of a waste of time it is. it isnt after all accomplishing anything. all i can do is answer your stupidity if i am able to or wish to and have nothing better to do for a few mins. or ignore u. its easier to just show u how foolish u are altho i bet 100% of those reading and responding will agree with u even tho they have no idea what the hell youre talking about.. and even those who refuse to admit it.. simply because its against me.. theyll ^5 u.. and will disagree with me just because its me. if i was anyone else theyd be attacking u for harassing someone for no reason. but because its me.. its fine.

    im not a hypocrit and u saying im a fucking one doesnt make it any more so. u havent and cant give one example where i was one. i think if u could have u would have. the question begs for an answer yet u wont have a valid response. i thought maybe ill let im develop a tick in his face like sheldon on big bang theory when i dont ask him for an example. but i knew ud come forth with something eventually so why not ask.
    a moron?? me? no. i am not surprised that due to your mind numbingly low class status and the way u were raised that u think its perfectly acceptable to talk to people this way even tho u dont know them and nothing they said even if it proved that they were in fact moronic.. would give u the right or jurisdiction to pass such a judgement over them. as if u were someone equipped to access this mental state. perhaps u heard these words yelled to u repeatedly by a father figure and they were drilled into u mercilessly and the only way get even with people in your life is to respond in a manner in which u feel protected and safe where people cant get at u and u will call people names and not have to deal with their reactions cept in the type written word.
    if u had any substantial accusations to make and could actually post something to back up these words u throw at me.. i might think there is some creedence to the inflamatory comments u make. but anyone can sit there and just attack with vulgarity. thats all u do. its baseless insults without merit. u offer no examples. and that stupid thing about how i disappear for a few days had already been dealt with and was easily tossed aside again. i dont know why youre not embarrassed and ashamed other than because youre not intelligent enough to know when youre an idiot.
    i didnt even have to respond to your posting. u made so much of a fool of yourself in this posting above mine and previous ones where u attacked and harassed me that u essentially did my job for me so i really didnt have to post a response.

    no i dont see myself in my comment where u ask if i do.. because that description didnt fit me at all. im very aware of myself and my being. its not me. youre blinded by something.

    i was talking to anthony here not u. so u saying ‘hello??’ to me makes no sense. i doubt u have had any experiences trying to get thru to anyone. its far too likely they were trying to get thru to u like i am and gave up.

    proof that this ego thing u keep throwing on me is false.. is that i have been to talk to various people who would know one way or the other if i had an ego that was inflated bigger than it should be. or even perhaps delfated smaller than it should be and thereby compensating etc. but no.
    i am not a narcissistic egotistical etc etc. and before u judge someone u dont know u should put energy into knowing them. your assessments might be more on the money. just because someone uses the words me myself and i doesnt make them egocentric.
    stop trying to be someone youre not and something youre not.
    im done with u.

    By darth on Mar 12, 2014

  56. zzzzzzz….good god your fingers should be ready to fall off by now…

    By Jerry's Finger on Mar 12, 2014

  57. “im done with you”

    that should have been your first and only line. the rest is twaddle.

    By barth on Mar 12, 2014

  58. I have a two disc set of twaddle stolen from Knob Dielans garbage pail.
    I also have pictures of Twaddle the lead singer for Dum dum and the Idiots pointing right at me.

    By daves not here on Mar 12, 2014

  59. does anybody really read an epic blow fest reply like that from Darth…?

    i didnt….i see how much he wrote & zzzzzz…

    By Jerry's Finger on Mar 12, 2014

  60. does anybody really read an epic blow fest reply like that from Darth…?

    oh I read every word, you just never know when he is going to write “you” instead of “I” or “me”
    fascinating stuff.

    By daves not here on Mar 12, 2014

  61. could someone please tell me how much of this show is millard and how much is from other sorces , also what about the other 75 stones forum shows, any complete millard recordings without being patched from other sorceses Thanks

    By william edwards on Aug 16, 2014

  62. great show even if patched. now much is actually millard ?

    By corey m on Aug 16, 2014

  63. Could someone please tell me if this is a matrix recording. Sounds great but would also like to have the pure Millard recording as well. Is the show from the 9th matrix as well or all Mike, Thanks so much

    By corey m on Aug 24, 2014

  64. http://ultimateclassicrock.com/rolling-stones-from-the-vault/?utm_source=sailthru&utm_medium=referral

    By darth on Sep 18, 2014

  65. Highly enjoyable recording! First came to the Stones with Black and Blue so have a real soft spot for ‘75. Thanks muchly for the post

    By Chris on Apr 21, 2015

  66. …that heartbreaker jam on brussels 73 has a great groove…knock on wood. Thought I like Taylor with my stones. Ronnie fits the image…and btw I think Woods last few solo albums from slide on this till I like playing are better than than the stones studio albums from the same time period. Yes I know it was cold and rainy night and she was hot.

    By niroopa on Feb 1, 2018

  67. Man the commentary on this blog has changed . Four or five years ago people actually discussed music in an antilitical way . Long discussions about music and biting humor from many people. DARTH was great . Now it’s insults , short comments and penis size . What happened?

    By Terrence on Feb 1, 2018

  68. Also miss Mr Jimmy and Jerrys Finger ‘ they were great . What happened to all those great people who actually had intelligence. Also Ed Saad another great one

    By Terrence on Feb 1, 2018

  69. Terrence/Sable Starr/Kiss Fanatic/Bill/Harry Reems/C Tony… Up to all your nonsense again.

    By bigozine2 on Feb 1, 2018

  70. I miss DARTH too . His fingers must have gotten very tired . Such long comments

    By Joe on Feb 1, 2018

  71. Stop feeding the trolls O

    By Joe on Feb 1, 2018

  72. Don’t forget the Moron ‘ Rod Simon ‘ Jones Brigade ‘ Doc Doom

    By Eli on Feb 1, 2018

  73. Seems his balls on chins routine started everything

    By Eli on Feb 1, 2018

  74. Hell DARTH was considered a troll back in the day

    By Eli on Feb 1, 2018

  75. Did niroopa just imply that Wood was superior to Mick Taylor ? Ok if that’s your opinion I guess . Everyone is entitled to one I guess

    By Jerry on Feb 1, 2018

  76. Reading that last comment by DARTH is like reading a book. Who has the patience to be so self indulgent?

    By Jerry on Feb 1, 2018

  77. Whatever happened to him ?

    By Jerry on Feb 1, 2018

  78. Oh Shit….the fucking arseholes are back with long self indulgent rantings that no-one gives a fuck about ….thought they’d all fucked off to annoy others on other sites….at least January was arsehole free

    By dalek045 on Feb 1, 2018

  79. Come on man, even the people at big o are calling you out on your nonsense. YOU are what happened to the site, anytime anyone talks about music it gets buried by you bleating hysterically about how everything was better in your youth. From boom boom to bebe, everything you’ve contributed has been pathetically stupid and you spend all day, every day doing it.

    By Agent Orange on Feb 2, 2018

  80. Thanks for your comments. Now you know why bigozine doesn’t do Stones restarts anymore.

    By buster on Feb 2, 2018

  81. I actually miss boom boom ‘ he was very funny . Bebe was just stupid and repetitive as well as vulgar. Don’t see the parallels in them at all . Totally different people

    By Cedrick on Feb 3, 2018

  82. How do we know that DARTH actually left ? He may just have different user name now . I’m sure many people here have different names

    By Cedrick on Feb 3, 2018

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