The Rolling Stones : Live from London 1995

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The Rolling Stones: Live from London 1995

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The Rolling Stones : Live from London 1995

Release Date: July 19, 1995

Year    :   1995
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Genres    :   Music
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Director    :   Christine Strand
Producers    :   Don Was, Geoff Kempin, Geoff Kempin, Terry Shand, Sherry Daly, Lindsay Brown, Christine Strand, Rosie Holley, Monica Caston, Joyce Smyth, Jane Ross, David Trafford
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RunTime    :   122 mins.

As part of their 1994/1995 Voodoo Lounge world tour, the Rolling Stones gave a handful of small-scale, stripped-down concerts in Europe as a kind of response to 'MTV Unplugged.' This show that took place on July 19, 1995 at the Brixton Academy in London, a venue with a capacity of about 5000, was the final of a total of four club shows. The other shows were held in Paris and Amsterdam, and all of them were recorded for a forthcoming album, which was eventually named 'Stripped' and released on November 13, 1995. Two songs from the London show made it on the album, namely "Dead Flowers" and the Bob Dylan-penned "Like a Rolling Stone," with the latter also being released as the lead single off the album. "Black Limousine" and "Live with Me" from this show were chosen as the B-sides for the singles "Like a Rolling Stone" and "Wild Horses," respectively. The full Brixton Academy concert was released on DVD and SD Blu-ray as part of the 'Totally Stripped' deluxe boxed set on June 3, 2016.


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