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Universal Music Colombia S.A.
Veröffentlicht am
14. Jul. 2009
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14 Titel
Laufzeit
58:25

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    Titel     Dauer Hörer
1 Street Fighting Man (live) 3:39 4.108
2 Like A Rolling Stone (Live) 5:38 4.490
3 Not Fade Away (Live) 2:04 1.258
4 Shine A Light (Live) 4:38 2.216
5 The Spider And The Fly (Live) 3:28 164
6 I'm Free (Live) 3:12 670
7 Wild Horses (Live In Tokyo / 1995) 5:09 1
8 Let It Bleed (Live) 4:15 1.881
9 Dead Flowers (Live) 4:13 2.036
10 Slipping Away (Live) 4:55 177
11 Angie (Live In Paris / 1995) 3:28 1
12 Love In Vain (Live) 5:31 1.016
13 Sweet Virginia (Live) 4:15 251
14 Little Baby (Live) 4:00 150

Über dieses Album

@ Virgin Records (USA)
Released: 11/14/1995

Recorded at The Paradiso Club, Amsterdam, Holland on May 26-27, 1995; The Olympia Theater, Paris, France; Tokyo, Japan and Lisbon, Portugal.

STRIPPED is an Enhanced multi-media CD. Its interactive material, playable on any CD-ROM player, includes highlights from the VOODOO LOUNGE CD-ROM, electronic liner notes, photos, lyrics, song outtakes and live videos of „Shattered,“ „Tumbling Dice“ and „Like A Rolling Stone.“

The Rolling Stones: Mick Jagger (vocals, harmonica, guitar, maracas);

Keith Richards (vocals, guitar);
Ronnie Wood (guitar, lap-slide guitar);
Charlie Watts (drums).
Additional personnel: Bobby Keys, Andy Snitzer (saxophone);
Kent Smith (trumpet);
Michael Davis (trombone);
Don Was (B-3 organ);
Chuck Leavell (keyboards, background vocals);
Darryl Jones (bass, background vocals);
Bernard Fowler (percussion, background vocals);
Lisa Fischer (background vocals).

As the longest continuously surviving band in rock and roll,
The Rolling Stones have become a symbol of staying power, and STRIPPED proves why. Its lean, live, acoustic format draws from their Voodoo Lounge tour, which mixed the band’s early material with some judiciously picked covers and a handful of country-blues classics, giving the band more punch as a live act that it’s had in the studio in years.

The Stones’ clever interpretation of Bob Dylan’s „Like A Rolling Stone“ finds Mick Jagger asking „how does it feel to be on your own“; some thirty years after the song first hit the charts, the question still rings true.

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  • nest42

    muy buenooooooooooooooooo

    31. Mär. 2011 Antworten
  • rolloblue

    Eigentlich eines der geilsten Alben, so richtig was für Hillbilly-Rockfans, eigenlich "Stonesunlike", aber veryyyyyyyyyyyy cooooooooolll ! ! !

    26. Jul. 2010 Antworten
  • iandaemon

    I thought it was Keith singing on "Slipping Away" with Mick just chiming in for the bridge...

    16. Dez. 2009 Antworten
  • Tiazi

    Love this album. Just listen to Slipping Away. Mick Jagger gotta be one of the greatest singers of all time!

    18. Aug. 2009 Antworten