THE ROLLING STONES - SEATTLE 1981 [CHARLIE WATTS R.I.P. 1941 - 2021]

April 25, 2019 – 5:15 am

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CHARLIE WATTS R.I.P. 1941 - 2021

Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts, who helped them become one of the greatest bands in rock ‘n’ roll, has died on August 24 at the age of 80. A statement from his London publicist, Bernard Doherty, to the PA Media news agency said: “It is with immense sadness that we announce the death of our beloved Charlie Watts. He passed away peacefully in a London hospital earlier today surrounded by his family. Charlie was a cherished husband, father and grandfather and also, as a member of the Rolling Stones, one of the greatest drummers of his generation.”

Mick Jagger paid tribute to Watts posting a picture on Instagram, without adding a caption, of his bandmate smiling while playing drums. Keith Richards soon followed on Twitter with a picture of an empty drumkit. The news came weeks after it was announced that Watts would miss the band’s US tour dates to recover from an unspecified medical procedure. Watts was previously treated for throat cancer in 2004.

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THE ROLLING STONES
Seattle Supersonic 1981 [EVSD 268-269, 2CD]

Live at the Kingdome, Seattle, WA; October 15, 1981. Very good soundboard.

Thanks to the uploader for sharing the show on the net.

ax179; Dime, 2013:

1981 is an embarassment of riches for any Stones fan due to the large number of great-sounding soundboards available from the US tour. This is a typical performance and setlist from the tour; I’ve always found Mick’s vocals to be fairly sloppy during this era, but overall the performance is good and the sound quality is great.

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Disc 1
Track 101. (Intro) Take the A-Train 1:51
Track 102. Under My Thumb 3:49
Track 103. When the Whip Comes Down 4:53
Track 104. Let’s Spend the Night Together 4:09
Track 105. Shattered 4:51
Track 106. Neighbors 4:30
Track 107. Black Limousine 3:48
Track 108. Just My Imagination 6:37
Track 109. Twenty Flight Rock 2:22
Track 110. Let Me Go 4:07
Track 111. Time is on My Side 3:47
Track 112. Beast of Burden 6:07
Track 113. Waiting on a Friend 5:22
57 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. Let It Bleed 7:20
Track 202. You Can’t Always Get What You Want 8:04
Track 203. Little T&A 3:34
Track 204. Tumbling Dice 4:04
Track 205. Band Intros 0:52
Track 206. She’s So Cold 3:52
Track 207. All Down the Line 4:09
Track 208. Hang Fire 2:55
Track 209. Star Star 4:16
Track 210. Miss You 6:16
Track 211. Start Me Up 4:15
Track 212. Honkey Tonk Women 3:21
Track 213. Brown Sugar 3:37
Track 214. Jumping Jack Flash 9:15
Track 215. Satisfaction 6:47
Track 216. (Outro) Star Spangled Banner 4:04
77 mins

Lineup:
Mick Jagger - vocals, guitar, harmonica
Keith Richards - guitar, vocals
Ron Wood - guitar, vocals
Charlie Watts - drums
Bill Wyman - bass
Ian Stewart - piano
Ian McLagan - keyboards, backing vocals
Ernie Watts - saxophone

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  1. 29 Responses to “THE ROLLING STONES - SEATTLE 1981 [CHARLIE WATTS R.I.P. 1941 - 2021]”

  2. Rumor has it Mick gots a lil un

    By U L E on Apr 25, 2019

  3. Rumor has it Keef gots a big un

    By U L E on Apr 25, 2019

  4. The Glimmer twins

    By U L E on Apr 25, 2019

  5. Yes that’s all true . Keith said in his book that Mick was a little puny in the pants . The opposite of himself. Of course even Keith with his big prick would be embarrassed if he ever had a prick contest with Uncle Milte.

    By Scaromouch on Apr 25, 2019

  6. Hey Big Un Lil Un, I have something 4 u that glitters and it also spurts out a vanilla protein shake

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Apr 25, 2019

  7. Boogie Canned Heat, Boogie Savoy Brown, Boogie FRijid Pink now, u gotta put the boogie down

    By Ron on Apr 25, 2019

  8. The epitome of classic rock. You can’t get more with the program than this. Thank you, BigO.

    By Brian Griffin on Apr 26, 2019

  9. Keep the good shit comin instead of that rap shit and queer pretty boy music. everybody wants classic rock. Stay with the program.

    By Derrick on Apr 26, 2019

  10. The stones were never quite the same after Mick Taylor left, but this is still pretty good

    By David on Apr 26, 2019

  11. Yeah, Rolling Stone! Rock On!

    By harmon on Apr 26, 2019

  12. Hows my friend GAY DERRICK doin. I like when that confederate johnny reb spouts his coon talk and bout the website gettin the muzic right. WHAT A SCHMUCK

    By TJ on Apr 26, 2019

  13. Well I guess my name has been hijacked too. Everybody pretends to be somebody else here . Guess people can’t come up with anything original.

    By T J on Apr 26, 2019

  14. Ladies and Gentlemen, THE GRAND WAZOO himself, Mr Ernie Watts!!!

    By Don In Fremont on Apr 26, 2019

  15. AWESOME. LOVE THIS TOUR, thank you BIGO XOXOX

    By THANK YOU on Apr 30, 2019

  16. “The requested document was not found on this server.”

    RIP Charlie…rock-n-roll royalty.

    By jfarrell04 on Aug 25, 2021

  17. links not working

    By Walter Ocner on Aug 25, 2021

  18. Yes i never get tired of the Rolling Stones
    R.I.P Charlie…..
    Stones songs have been the background soundtrack to most of my life

    By The Truth on Aug 25, 2021

  19. I never get tired of jizz gobbling.

    By Derrick on Aug 25, 2021

  20. I never get tired of penis.

    In my mouth.

    Tis me.

    Un.

    By U L E on Aug 25, 2021

  21. I never tire of eating ass! Preferably black and brown.

    By DD on Aug 25, 2021

  22. Shitting my pants os my thing. I’ve been sitting on a turd for an hour now.

    By HHH on Aug 25, 2021

  23. I love to feel cum running down my throat.

    By Derrick on Aug 25, 2021

  24. great stones concert from 1965 taken from the movie “Charlie Is My Darling”:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jL3CB6_4G3k&ab_channel=JustSomeVideos

    be sure to watch the chaos at the end!

    By barth on Aug 26, 2021

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

    By U L E on Aug 26, 2021

  26. links down, pls re-up thanks

    By cool on Aug 26, 2021

  27. Files not found

    By franco on Aug 26, 2021

  28. Penis not found in my mouth. NOOOOOOO!!!!

    By U L E on Aug 26, 2021

  29. For those who encountered “links not working…” kindly refresh the page and try again.

    By bigozine2 on Aug 26, 2021

  30. I’m sure Charlie would be truly touched at all these poignant comments. Bunch of fucking jerks.

    By in despair on Aug 26, 2021

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