THE ROLLING STONES - ATLANTA 2015

June 11, 2015 – 8:05 pm

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THE ROLLING STONES
Atlanta 2015 [no label, 2CD]

Live at the Bobby Dodd Stadium, Atlanta, GA; June 9, 2015. Fairly to very good audience recording.

Thanks to DF81 for recording and sharing the show at The Traders’ Den.

Lineage:
Recorded with CA-11 mk2 (row 23, right of center) > CA-9200 > Roland R-05 @ 48 kHZ/24 bit
All post production with Macbook Pro, Logic Pro X, Apogee Duet 2, and xACT

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Disc 1
Track 101. Start Me Up 6:01 (10.1MB)
Track 102. It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll 4:44 (8.0MB)
Track 103. All Down the Line 5:27 (9.2MB)
Track 104. Tumbling Dice 6:33 (11.0MB)
Track 105. Doom and Gloom 4:51 (8.2MB)
Track 106. Can’t You Hear Me Knocking 7:56 (13.3MB)
Track 107. You Gotta Move # 4:16 (7.2MB)
Track 108. Some Girls * 5:24 (9.1MB)
Track 109. Honky Tonk Women 9:20 (15.7MB)
Track 110. Before They Make Me Run 3:56 (6.6MB)
Track 111. Happy 4:58 (8.3MB)
64 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. Midnight Rambler 12:47 (21.5MB)
Track 202. Miss You 8:30 (14.3MB)
Track 203. Gimme Shelter 8:06 (13.6MB)
Track 204. Jumpin’ Jack Flash 5:05 (8.6MB)
Track 205. Sympathy for the Devil 7:28 (12.5MB)
Track 206. Brown Sugar 8:16 (13.9MB)
Track 207. You Can’t Always Get What You Want ** 8:28 (14.2MB)
Track 208. Satisfaction 7:00 (11.8MB)
66 mins

# 2nd time played since 1976, 1st time played at a public concert since 1976
* first time played since 2007
** with The Emory University Concert Choir

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  1. 42 Responses to “THE ROLLING STONES - ATLANTA 2015”

  2. The Stones,fitter than ever !!
    Thanks a lot !!

    By Lodger on Jun 11, 2015

  3. Who is playing Saxophone now for the Stones?

    By sluggo on Jun 11, 2015

  4. Sluggo:
    keyboardist Chuck Leavell, bassist Darryl Jones and the brass section of Karl Denson, Tim Ries and Matt Clifford (also on keys)

    By Rick on Jun 11, 2015

  5. tim ries is on saxamaphone. hes been around for a while and released “the rolling stones project” in 2008 which received kudos from keith richards.

    http://www.allmusic.com/artist/tim-ries-mn0000596911

    By barth on Jun 11, 2015

  6. thanks guys

    By sluggo on Jun 11, 2015

  7. I love the Stones, but this set list is a bore–not much from before “Let it Bleed” and not much from after “Tattoo You”, which came out more than 30 years ago. The songs are classics, but they’ve been played to death. And there is something pathetic about a group of grandfathers in their seventies singing songs like “Some Girls.”

    By Eric (The Other Eric) on Jun 12, 2015

  8. Took my 22 year old son not expecting too much. Saw them last 25 years ago at the Houston Astrodome. I was BLOWN AWAY by the loudness, clarity, energy, set list, Ron Wood’s playing, the tightness of the band, the energy of the crowd. Every age represented. Lots of young people under 30. Great atmosphere, much better outdoors than indoors. Perfect night. Restored my faith in the greatness of the Rolling Stones. The screens had to be 203 stories high. Unreal.

    By Vinyl Hampton on Jun 12, 2015

  9. Took my 22 year old son not expecting too much. Saw them last 25 years ago at the Houston Astrodome. I was BLOWN AWAY by the loudness, clarity, energy, set list, Ron Wood’s playing, the tightness of the band, the energy of the crowd. Every age represented. Lots of young people under 30. Great atmosphere, much better outdoors than indoors. Perfect night. Restored my faith in the greatness of the Rolling Stones. The screens had to be 203 stories high. Unreal. Thanks for posting the show, will continue to deliver great memories!

    By Vinyl Hampton on Jun 12, 2015

  10. Took my 22 year old son not expecting too much. Saw them last 25 years ago at the Houston Astrodome. I was BLOWN AWAY by the loudness, clarity, energy, set list, Ron Wood’s playing, the tightness of the band, the energy of the crowd. Every age represented. Lots of young people under 30. Great atmosphere, much better outdoors than indoors. Perfect night. Restored my faith in the greatness of the Rolling Stones. The screens had to be 203 stories high. Unreal. Thanks for posting the show, will continue to deliver great memories!

    By Vinyl Hampton on Jun 12, 2015

  11. imagine u were their age when they were here the first time.. in 65. i was 5 but imagine u were early 20s like they were. then u too would be early 70s too listening to them at the same time they are playing in their early 70s. why is that any more pathetic than it was when u were in your 20s or 30s?? should u suddenly not listen to rnr at some point? dont u listen to it now? if u were around then u would have listened to it right? i dont know how old u are now but lets assume u are in your 30s or 40s. dont u think u will listen to this stuff in 30 or 40 yrs? how is listening to it any different than performing it at that age if its done well? granted chuck berry and bb king did terrible jobs of it as they came to their final years. but that cant be said of the stones. certainly youre not judging this before u listened to it.. now are u?? as for grandfathers.. u can be a grandfather at 36. that specification shouldnt matter at all.

    By darth on Jun 12, 2015

  12. talk about makin trouble darth you allways crying about miss quoted ,picked on, and having your words turned around then if your replying to Eric (The Other Eric) man your doin a job on him, and did you see chuck berry and bb in their last few shows i doubt it,and now you changed your story about the stones as said you june 7 big oU2 - WEST HOLLYWOOD 2015 if any band ever existed for the sole purpose of cashing in without regards for the fans… talking about the stones you are a joke

    By bronze medal on Jun 12, 2015

  13. huh…?

    jeeze glen can you put together structure a correct sentence…?

    what the hell are you talking about con boy clown…?

    what the hell is going on in that lemon size mind of yours…?

    oh I know the usual with you…

    very rhetorical questions on my part…

    By Jerry's finger on Jun 12, 2015

  14. news flash for u darth- chuck berry is still alive. duh.

    By barth on Jun 12, 2015

  15. exactly barth…

    he’s still performing one Wednesday a month at blueberry hill in st.louis….and still does that duck walk across that short little stage downstairs…amazing!!!!…

    By Jerry's finger on Jun 12, 2015

  16. A great review of this show, with a linked spotify playlist of the songs from the show are here:

    http://www.perfectplaylist.net/blog/rolling-stones-atlanta-georgia-june-9-2015

    bg

    By b g on Jun 12, 2015

  17. darth being darth..at least three days went by before he stirred the pot he was jonesin` for a fight.

    By dropkick sarge on Jun 12, 2015

  18. can you put together structure a correct sentence…?
    WHAT?????

    what the hell is going on in that lemon size mind of yours…?
    MINDS DONT HAVE A SIZE. BRAINS DO.

    very rhetorical questions on my part…
    RHETORICAL QUESTIONS ARE JUST THAT. THEY CANT BE VERY RHETORICAL. THEY EITHER ARE OR THEY ARENT. THEY DONT COME IN DEGREES OF RHETORICAL-NESS.
    ARE U DRUNK?
    ======
    as for seeing chuck or bb in their last years.. i have seen videos and heard recordings and read many dozens of reviews and none of bb’s shows in the last year were worth seeing. and chuck hasnt turned in a decent show in over 5 years. doing a duck walk isnt a performance. just like albert king in his last few dozen shows. they started to get horrible. he did 167 last ever concerts. i saw about 2 dozen of those. and half of those were garbage. the rest were fair. prior to that.. he was jaw dropping of course. but chuck regardless of how wonderful he was til a few years ago… he lost it and should have stopped a while ago. what u think hes doing now.. doesnt matter. what u heard he does every week doesnt matter. the shows are crap. i didnt say hes dead. if u think watching him do a duck walk and play a couple of songs where he sounds like he did die 3-4 yrs ago is worth paying for. thats fine. but i dont. and about 6 or 7 yrs ago he did a show at westbury in ny and 70-80% of the audience walked out shaking their heads wishing they could get their money back. i am betting not one person had a good time there. the show was horrendous. thats just one example. read some reviews of any of the shows he did on tour.. before he stopped touring. he may do shows at home now but im talking about when he toured. i admit hes old and yes there are lots of excuses.. sure.. but thats my point.. there is a time when one should call it quits. its no longer entertainment.
    in so far as the stones.. they still are entertainment and are very good at what they do.
    yes i admit they are doing it solely for the money. but at least they are turning in decent and pretty high end performances for that money. sure its a rip off when u charge $400 for a ticket.. i wouldnt pay it. 2ndary market prices were $4k. thats simply ridiculous.
    im not jonesin for a fight. im just voicing my opinion. why is it ok for u to voice yours and u dont think youre jonesin for a fight but if i do it.. i am? fucking hypocrits.

    By darth on Jun 13, 2015

  19. the darth mantra = “I wouldnt pay it.”

    By a dingus says darth on Jun 13, 2015

  20. unlike your self darth - dingus I never trust critics and prefer to believe my own eyes and ears.
    …”read many dozens of reviews and none of bb’s shows in the last year were worth seeing…”

    By a dingus says darth on Jun 13, 2015

  21. we have been urging you to stop for months..you aren`t entertaining any more either but you won`t take your own advice.

    …” there is a time when one should call it quits. its no longer entertainment…”

    By a dingus says darth on Jun 13, 2015

  22. glen…I’m LMAO at you clown boy…

    just what I thought you would reply…

    nonsense…!

    hey glen make your responses longer can you…?

    you should hang it up too in your older age…you haven’t been productive in what 54 yrs now…?

    By Jerry's Finger on Jun 13, 2015

  23. looks like sarge was right again.

    darth - “i have seen videos and heard recordings and read many dozens of reviews”

    …and your word still aint worth squat to almost everyone here.

    By barth on Jun 13, 2015

  24. I didn’t expect much when this appeared, but decided to cherry pick a few tunes. Didn’t even download anything. Over an hour later, I was still listening and getting to the warhorses. It’s all fascinating. Will they pick up the pace on ADTL, what does Jagger do with the SG lyrics, how do they keep the audience engaged…who hits their solo, who does something new..listened to this a lot more than some other “must haves” from other artists that are still sitting on the hard drive for a rainy day. Thanks to all.

    By tired grandfather on Jun 14, 2015

  25. darth’s little fibs and tantrums are endlessly entertaining.

    By Willis on Jun 15, 2015

  26. Willis i disagree , i wish he would grow up and quit turning every single post into a darth fest.

    By real 17 on Jun 15, 2015

  27. darth is this site’s dancing clown whether we want him or not. He loves the attention and doesn’t really care if it’s positive or negative, and he knows how to get it. So, there’s nothing to do but enjoy his sad, silly antics.

    By Willis on Jun 16, 2015

  28. I’m one of the few here who doesn’t care for darth.

    By darth farting on Jun 16, 2015

  29. a question if you have a mp3 file thats a concert is their a simple way to turn it into numbered tracks our put gaps between the tracks thanks

    By bronze medal on Jun 16, 2015

  30. Bronze Medal, I personally use Switch Sound File converter [free download] and change the file into a wave file and then I use CD Wave editor to split it into separate tracks and then burn it as a wave cdr.
    There are probably easier ways but I`ve been doing it this way for a long time and find it pretty easy.

    By sluggo on Jun 16, 2015

  31. why would u want to interrupt a flowing concert and put gaps between songs of a concert??
    i mean if an mp3 file was longer than say 80mins and u wanted to cut it in 2 parts so u could burn it to 2 cds thats a different story. but to break it apart and put gaps in a concert?? thats just goofy.

    By darth on Jun 16, 2015

  32. thanks sluggo for your help, looks like the village idiot is out and about ,all i was asking if it can be done ifs that goofy so be it

    By bronze medal on Jun 16, 2015

  33. Bronze medal i knew what you meant and instead of one long 80 or so minute track you wanted separate tracks. The resident jerk just cannot leave any posts alone.

    By sluggo on Jun 16, 2015

  34. Darth doesn`t listen to any of his downloads anyhow so why would he care if they could be split or not. All he does is hoard music there is no way on earth anyone could enjoy the amount of music he claims to load daily. Why he feels the need to interrupt sensible communicataions here between music lovers with his nasty barbs is anyones guess but i`m sure it has something to do with needing attention.what a douche.

    By real 17 on Jun 16, 2015

  35. our resident trollmeister seems to have forgotten that when u buy a commercially released cd of a live concert it is actually split into separate songs but the gaps between songs are usually so brief that u dont hear them when u play the cd straight through. load that cd into iTunes and it will list the songs separately.

    many bootlegs concerts are the same- make a playlist with the separate songs in order and u will not hear the spaces between the songs during playback. one advantage of course to having the songs separated is that u can make themed playlists for mixtapes or mix cd’s with songs by different artistes.

    u are correct real17- he needs attention and he is a douche:
    http://psychcentral.com/disorders/histrionic-personality-disorder-symptoms/

    By barth on Jun 16, 2015

  36. bronze medal- Goldwave for Windows has many useful features including cut copy and paste but im not sure if you can split a long mp3 with it. i dont have it. Fission will do auto splitting on a Mac but its usually not very accurate. i just go in and place the splits where i want them. neither program is free.

    By barth on Jun 16, 2015

  37. darth doesn’t understand that people who actually listen to music rather than hoarding it sometimes like to listen to individual songs. He’s not the brightest bulb on the tree, but he is amusing.

    By Willis on Jun 17, 2015

  38. but if u have the concert already as one long file and lets say its only 80mins and not longer so thats not why u need to cut it… and its not a store bought cd that is already done that way.. the orig question was how can u do it? not lets make a cd the way it is when u buy them. if u have a concert already and its not cut into pieces with gaps even if slight which when u make a home made cd with gaps u will hear them.. why break it up? just take it as it is. its a concert. its meant to be heard as a full experience. sure u can break it up with various programs but the point is to put it all together not break it apart.
    store bought cds arent composed of many files burned to a cd the way we do it when we make cds at home. its a totally different process that is used. if u go back and break up a single mp3 file into bits and leave gaps and u did say gaps i didnt come up with that.. u did.. u ruin that concert listening experience. when an official cd is released they can make it so there is no spaces in between the songs. when we make cds we can try to remove as much space between songs when we make compilations but to take a single file and break it up only to then claim that u could remove the gaps??? hello?!?!?! there would be no gaps if u dont break it up in the first place. and theres no work involved if u just burn the concert directly to the cd.
    now granted.. as i said.. if the mp3 file is over 80mins u might want to cut it in half. and while i didnt offer u that info.. mainly because i dont like u. there are several programs that will do it. u probably wouldnt be able to use the one most people use for this anyway.
    u know its funny.. u claim i seek this attn and i ruin this site and i make it all about me.. i post one comment and u idiots spend 10-20 comments / postings attacking me. ironic.

    By darth on Jun 17, 2015

  39. for shits sake darth some people like to be able jump from song to song and you know that`s what he meant.Quit being such a tool.

    By sluggo on Jun 17, 2015

  40. It’s not ironic, darth. Some of us find your nonsensical tantrums amusing.

    By Willis on Jun 17, 2015

  41. thanks everyone darth has proved yet again that making trouble is his only intrest, it seems every one else understood what i was interesred in so thanks the reasons i need the gaps is for my radio show so i can que songs quickly on the cd player. you darth are the Neighborhood Bully,like i care if you dont like me ,and what make you think your smarter than me because you keep telling yourself that

    By bronze medal on Jun 17, 2015

  42. darth has found a new site to disrupt. Please go to Brooklyn Steve’s site http://stevenegin56.blogspot.com/ or his cbox. darth has totally ruined the cbox there. Please help.

    By concerned citizen on Jun 20, 2015

  43. Brooklyn Steve’s cbox http://my.cbox.ws/~2-2190421-xkbgk1

    By concerned citizen on Jun 20, 2015

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