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

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Himself (Lead Vocals, Harmonica, Guitar) (as The Rolling Stones)
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Himself (Guitar, Vocals) (as The Rolling Stones)
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Himself (Drums) (as The Rolling Stones)
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Himself (Guitar) (as The Rolling Stones)
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Himself (Saxophone)
Chuck Leavell ...
Himself (Keyboards)
Darryl Jones ...
Himself (Bass)
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Herself (Backing Vocals)
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Himself (Trombone)
Kent Smith ...
Himself (Trumpet)
Andrew Snitzer ...
Himself (Saxophone / Keyboards) (as Andy Snitzer)
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Himself (Guest Vocals)
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Himself (Guest Saxophone player on "Waiting on a Friend")
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You Can't Always Get What You Want
Written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards
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the Stones in excellent, big stadium arena form
15 April 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

They pack the arenas, they rock the house every time they go out, what more could a rock and roll audience want? Well, to keep the quality as good as the last time around. Luckily on the Bridges to Babylon tour, the Rolling Stones have some new tunes that assist in the rocking-the-house quota (Flip the Switch and Saint of Me ratchet it up a full notch past the expected tunes like Satisfaction, Start Me Up, and Honkey Tonk Woman). And like the majority of their arena tour performances, they have the cool knack of going out into the middle of the arena midway through and putting on a show for those in the back (for here It's Only Rock and Roll and, surprisingly, Like a Rolling Stone). As far as how it's shot it's nothing incredible, but it's never less than exciting for what the Stones can provide. I also loved the bit with the internet voting on the songs, and the result being one of their most underrated tracks, Waiting on a Friend.

Woo-Woo!


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