The Rolling Stones ‎– Live'r Than You'll Ever Be

Lurch Records ‎– RS-510, Trade Mark Of Quality ‎– RS-510
CD, Unofficial Release


1 Jumping Jack Flash 4:05
2 Carol 3:43
3 Sympathy For The Devil 6:27
4 Stray Cat Blues 4:14
5 Prodigal Son 3:57
6 You Gotta Move 3:16
7 Love In Vain 5:25
8 I'm Free 5:08
9 Under My Thumb 2:44
10 Midnight Rambler 7:43
11 Live With Me 3:31
12 Gimme Shelter 4:17
13 Little Queenie 4:23
14 Satisfaction 5:59
15 Honky Tonk Woman 4:04
16 Street Fighting Man 4:04

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Recorded live at the Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, California, November 9, 1969 (2nd show)

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March 13, 2015
I downloaded this from 'YouTube' because I was informed it's a really good Stones' bootleg. Sounds like the same old sloppy Stones' live stuff that was featured on 'Got Live If You Want It' in the sixties. I'd pretty much given up on the Stones by the time 'Love You Live' came out. 'Get Your Ya-Yas Out' to my ear sounds like the best live Stones' collection.

I know there are people really into the bootleg market, but I find it all pretty cheesy. First, it's illegal, and second, the quality usually sucks. As much as I love the Beatles and the Stones, I don't need to hear everything that someone secretly recorded at a band's concert.

There's a lot of bootleg Doors' material floating around, but let's face facts. Morrison was drunk as a skunk and he goes completely over the top on many of these recordings. He had to be in a drunken stupor when he did the Doors' laughable version of 'Gloria'. The Lizard King's performance is an insult to Van Morrison.

I've got a couple Doors' boots, but I don't listen to them. I did just purchase 'Absolutely Live' because Morrison seems to be reasonably sober for those performances. Jim liked to drink and he did silly things when he was blitzed. Pulling your penis out on stage was not a good career move, but it only added to Mr. Mojo Risin's legend.

Plus, a highlight for me on 'Absolutely Live' is Jim's 'politically incorrect' comment: 'Well, that's New York for you. The only people that rush the stage are guys....' It's probably just as well Jim is dead. Rock and roll is dead. Has been for years. The revolution Jim imagined happened, just not the way he thought it would. We live in a humorless world, and his anti-New York, anti-gay comment wouldn't fly too well today.

Sorry if I have offended anyone. Not really.