July 9, 2015 – 4:50 am

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Indianapolis 2015 [no label, 2CD]

Live at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Indianapolis, Indiana; July 4, 2015. Very good audience recording.

Across the show’s 19 songs, Jagger came through as an ageless marvel. Twenty-two days before his 72nd birthday, he zipped to and from all corners of the massive stage, progressively shed jacket and shirt from his red-and-black wardrobe and employed an F-bomb to emphatically praise the crowd’s singing on “Miss You.” Yet it can be reported that the singer is mortal. He muttered “Jeez Louise” after expending energy on the show’s second song, “It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll (But I Like It).” It’s a rare moment when Jagger lets you see him sweat. -

Thanks to ironchef who recorded the show and shared it at Dime.

Thanks also to ethiessen1 for the artwork.

ironchef noted:

This was the first concert at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway that wasn’t on a race weekend. The stage was set up in the infield of the track. There were no seats, so it was standing room only like a festival. The audience was divided into three sections: gold, silver and bronze with gold being the $325 tickets closest to the stage. I taped from the silver section close to the second PA tower from the left. The sound was really good and very loud. Too bad I couldn’t see much of the band without looking at the huge video screens. Regardless, it was a fun show and always great to see the Stones.

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Disc 1
Track 101. Intro 1:58 (3.3MB)
Track 102. Jumpin’ Jack Flash 4:52 (8.2MB)
Track 103. It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll 5:01 (8.4MB)
Track 104. Let’s Spend the Night Together 4:50 (8.1MB)
Track 105. Tumbling Dice 5:34 (9.3MB)
Track 106. Out of Control 6:51 (11.5MB)
Track 107. Let It Bleed 7:26 (12.5MB)
Track 108. Wild Horses 5:12 (8.7MB)
Track 109. Bitch 4:54 (8.2MB)
Track 110. Honky Tonk Women 4:22 (7.3MB)
Track 111. Band introductions 3:15 (5.5MB)
Track 112. Before They Make Me Run 4:32 (7.6MB)
Track 113. Happy 4:44 (8.0MB)
64 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. Midnight Rambler 14:24 (24.2MB)
Track 202. Miss You 8:53 (14.9MB)
Track 203. Gimme Shelter 7:26 (12.5MB)
Track 204. Start Me Up 4:33 (7.7MB)
Track 205. Sympathy for the Devil 7:07 (12.0MB)
Track 206. Brown Sugar 5:56 (10.0MB)
Track 207. encore break 2:25 (4.1MB)
Track 208. You Can’t Always Get What You Want 9:08 (15.3MB)
Track 209. (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction 8:06 (13.6MB)
68 mins

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  1. 28 Responses to “THE ROLLING STONES - INDIANAPOLIS 2015”

  2. “And I only get my rocks off when the deposits clear!”

    By Happy Camper on Jul 9, 2015

  3. darth- are brian jones bobby keyes and billy preston in the band for this show?

    By barth on Jul 9, 2015

  4. ian stewart on keyboards right Darth?

    By penpal on Jul 9, 2015

  5. Listening to the opening vocals on You Can’t Always Get What You Want, I want to kill myself…..

    By Rick on Jul 9, 2015

  6. Rick its bad but not that bad.
    If I was mick i would have either been laughing or so pissed I wouldn`t be able to carry on.

    By sluggo on Jul 9, 2015

  7. Great sound! It was a fun show and IMS was an interesting place for a show.

    Mick was hypnotic and proved he is a “ROCKSTAR” in the truest sense.


    By Vincent Brennan on Jul 9, 2015

  8. Thanks Big O for the post. I will pass on this one.

    By Dubious141 on Jul 9, 2015

  9. what a disaster ycagwyw…

    once again this stones cover band is pure sloppy & upholds that traditional sloppiness/looseness since the mid ’70’s but “what a great show” they say…always giving them a free pass…

    yes indeed mick jeeze…!

    By Jerry's Finger on Jul 9, 2015

  10. Many thanks! The last time I saw them was 1972! Still sounding good to this 68 year old.

    By Don C on Jul 10, 2015

  11. I guess I really have turned into “the old fud”. I remember my dad waxing nostalgic and extolling the virtues of such bands as Benny Goodman’s. Artie Shaw’s, Glenn miller’s and Tommy Dorsey’s like they were the greatest thing since sliced bread. When I heard these orchestras, these guys were either dead or long in the tooth, and at the time I thought they all might as well be Lawrence Welk. It seemed great fun to poke fun at my dad’s musical taste. Now my dad is long gone and I miss him terribly. I have come to appreciate the old swing bands, and the beautiful MUSIC they made. My era is the 1960s and 1970s. It was a great time to be into MUSIC because the bands played great MUSIC, one after the next, Beatles, Stones, Who, Zeppelin, etc., etc., etc. Now these guys are either dead or long in the tooth, but at least some of them have carried on. Who gives a flying f-bomb if there are only 2 Who and the rest fillers? At least the 2 of them are still out there for the time being. Same thing with the Stones. It won’t be long now and they will be all done. Do you seriously believe there is anything or anybody like them coming along these days that make that kind of MUSIC? I guess I really am an old fud, and I am perfectly O.K. with being one. I’m sorry, but over 90% of the new stuff I hear these days strikes me as utter garbage; it sure as Hell ain’t MUSIC. Go ahead and fling incendiary flame rants back at me. I don’t care. It rolls off like water off a duck.

    By Mr. Jimmy on Jul 10, 2015

  12. yeah yeah yeah…but this isn’t even good music…so sloppy uninspired…yes it’s a zip code tour alright & they’re mailing it in…can you listen to it objectively at all…? look I agree with you about great music from our time but “the two” are much tighter…the zep reunion oz show was a killer… if you get by Dylan’s shot voice that is a tight knit band he has behind him hes had for awhile now on his NET…David Byrne is still coming up with innovative music with St Vincent recently…los lobos is a tight show acoustically & electric…McCartney is tight with his band…on & on & on…

    then you have this crap from mick keef charlie & that so called guitar player woodie…but it’s such a “great show” every one says…to each his own I just witnessed it…but this shit isn’t floating my boat at our age…let me go throw on exile or sticky fingers now…

    it’s only rock n roll but I like it lol…

    By Jerry's Finger on Jul 10, 2015

  13. WTF?!? ” That so called guitar player woodie”? I’m sorry “Jerry’s Finger” but, holy shit, are you serious? You’ve got to be fucking kidding right? I don’t even know where to begin with that! If that’s truly your opinion, then I don’t even know why you’re on here in the 1st place. Bitchin’ about Ron Wood? He is one of my favorite guitar players of all time. If you don’t get him, you don’t have a clue about REAL rock & roll! Go see if you can find some nice easy listening to enjoy. Might I suggest some Eagles or Steve Miller? They play them all fucking day at work on the station I am forced to listen to.

    By Starrwatts on Jul 10, 2015

  14. Listen to the official “Sticky Fingers Live” and then tell me if they’re washed up. Much better than these formulaic greatest hits shows. Woody is on fire on them, too.

    By Bill on Jul 10, 2015

  15. what ever turns you on… if you think woody has it I’m not with you on this one…

    oh he is so better than Taylor…lol…

    exactly what are you listening to or hearing seeing on these live shows…? a tight kick ass band that makes your jaw drop in amazemenst…?

    hardly…makes me cringe to say that’s enough of this live joke they are perpetuating…

    they didn’t do it for me this time & for quite awhile now…

    keep on enjoying them if you like their present day crap though…

    By Jerry's Finger on Jul 10, 2015

  16. Anybody tape their Comerica Park Detroit show last night? I saw them from a block away on the roof of our Opera House (interesting sound delay effects!) and would love to hear how good or bad they actually were.

    By Motorvilleboy on Jul 10, 2015

  17. I’m with Jerry’s Finger on this. I’ve listened to all the shows posted here and being generous they’re merely average. Even the SF Live release is pretty rough which probably explains why it’s been released with little or no publicity. They’re past it. It happens.

    By Sam on Jul 10, 2015

  18. I gotta agree with Jerry’s Finger and Sam on the Stones shows. Nothing new to speak of, and everything has been done SO MUCH better by them in the past. Those going to the shows might feel the excitement of the event, but listening to recordings just isn’t doing it for me.

    By jdallenx on Jul 10, 2015

  19. Regarding other “old” bands, I finally saw The Who after 35 years of wanting to a few months ago, and absolutely loved it - Blown Away! I don’t imagine that it’s the same as the 70s with Keith, but felt incredible energy and passion from Pete, Roger and the backing band.

    By jdallenx on Jul 10, 2015

  20. people in the future who only will know and love the stones then wanna hear them live are gonna be so pissed at the shitty sound.

    By lee on Jul 11, 2015

  21. people in the future who only will know and love the stones then wanna hear them live are gonna be so pissed at the shitty sound.

    not true, I bought “got live if you want it”when it was first released in 1966, and it was a piece of shit but I stuck around! the best rock and roll is not always state of the art sound.

    By sluggo on Jul 11, 2015

  22. Based on the above suggestion by Bill, I have given “Sticky Fingers Live” a listen. It is fabulous. No way does it sound like a washed up band. I don’t know how long a 72 year old Mick can keep going. For now enjoy, because the production technology of today combined with some time warp deal made with the devil allows for some fabulous performances at various zip codes here and there, the “Sticky Fingers” set from the Fonda Theater being one of them. The Glastonbury set from a year or two ago was also.

    By Mr. Jimmy on Jul 12, 2015

  23. very true sluggo. i remember everyone raving about “exile on main street”s murky sound.

    By barth on Jul 12, 2015

  24. with all due respect…

    mr jimmy…overdubs like all of the stones official live releases can make them sound good…

    sluggo…got live is still a piece of shit because of the recording…lol…& yes I’ve hung with them too…but jeeze do I need to go back to the sloppy vs tight argument since the mid 70s wood vs taylor again… basically since 1975…

    barth…there is a difference being an incredibly “murky” sound that exile produced to being just “I don’t care the way we sound live” looseness since ‘75…

    exile is still the most fascinating fantastic release in their catalog…

    By Jerry's Finger on Jul 12, 2015

  25. Anybody got 7/11/15 Buffalo?????????
    They Were Actually pretty good!

    By harmon on Jul 13, 2015

  26. The stones died when Mick Taylor left.

    By Hagman on Jul 16, 2015

  27. Harmon:

    Too bad this guy didn’t grab the whole Buffalo show. He shot 10 awesome looking/sounding vids.

    (Ex. Gimme Shelter)

    By Dave C on Jul 19, 2015

  28. Line Up; Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, Ronnie Wood, Darryl Jones, Lisa Fischer, Karl Denson, Tim Ries, Chuck Leavell, Bernard Fowler, Matt Clifford

    By Liam NSW on Jul 27, 2015

  29. happy birthday mick! here he is in “performance” with one of his best… performances. dont ask me to explain the scene, i dont get it either. thats ry cooder on slide.

    By barth on Jul 27, 2015

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