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Pictured here in concert are the Rolling Stones in Miami's Joe Robbie Stadium in the early '90s. The South Florida crowd really enjoyed this concert, as you will see and the old codgers - the Stones - didn't disappoint, putting on yet another entertaining show.
I don't remember all the details but I remember this concert was a bit on a raunchy side, with Jagger french-kissing - or pretending to - one of his backup singers during the show and more than a few sexual gyrations by a few people on stage....more than normal.
Other than that, it was the usual exhibit of the incredible vitality the group still has at these performances. One wonders when they peaked, or is that yet to come? Almost all the songs here are good, even if they are so familiar. Facially they make look like they're near the end but "Not Fade Away" is appropriate opening number because that describes this band.
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