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The Rolling Stones: Bridges to Babylon Tour '97-98 (1997)

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Proves that the World's Best Band is still just that
26 December 2002 | by (mobile,al) – See all my reviews

This excellent filmed document on the Rolling Stones 1997-98 Bridges to Babylon tour should Prove once and for all that the Stones are truly still the World's Greatest band.Watching (and listening)to this concert parade of 20 classics and a few new songs should be enough to get anyone on their feet.This was supposedly edited from two concerts on the tour,but it sure doesn't show it.In short, with Mick wailing and Keith shredding like they are here,you just can't lose and this is one of their best efforts.Rock'n'Roll!!! **** out of 4 stars.


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