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Cast

  (in credits order)

Mick Jagger ... Himself (Lead Vocals, Harmonica, Guitar) (as The Rolling Stones)

Keith Richards ... Himself (Guitar, Vocals) (as The Rolling Stones)

Charlie Watts ... Himself (Drums) (as The Rolling Stones)

Ron Wood ... Himself (Guitar) (as The Rolling Stones)
Bobby Keys ... Himself (Saxophone)
Chuck Leavell ... Himself (Keyboards)
Darryl Jones ... Himself (Bass)

Lisa Fischer ... Herself (Backing Vocals)
Bernard Fowler ... Himself (Backing Vocals)
Blondie Chaplin ... Himself (Backing Vocals)
Michael Davis ... Himself (Trombone)
Kent Smith ... Himself (Trumpet)
Andrew Snitzer ... Himself (Saxophone / Keyboards) (as Andy Snitzer)

Dave Matthews ... Himself (Guest Vocals)

Joshua Redman ... Himself (Guest Saxophone player on "Waiting on a Friend")

Directed by
Bruce Gowers 
 
Produced by
Michael Cohl .... producer
John Diaz .... producer: KCET
Jackie Kain .... executive producer: KCET
Linda J. Kanner .... associate producer: KCET (as Linda Kanner)
Wylleen May .... associate producer
Tom McCrackin .... technical producer (as Tom McCracken)
Danny O'Bryen .... line producer
Rob Tonkin .... co-producer: KCET
 
Film Editing by
Glen Richardson 
 
Makeup Department
Caroline Clements .... makeup artist
Selena Evans-Miller .... makeup artist (as Selena Miller)
 
Production Management
Blaine Baggett .... executive in charge of production
Jake Berry .... production manager: The Rolling Stones
Steve Howard .... executive in charge of production
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Dick Carruthers .... director: concert video
 
Art Department
Mark Fisher .... set designer
 
Sound Department
Gary Long .... audio assist
Robbie McGrath .... house sound engineer
Gary Nattrass .... sound
Chris Wade-Evans .... monitor engineer (as Christopher Wade-Evans)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
John Clarke .... camera operator
Pat Gleason .... camera operator
Ari Golan .... camera operator
Bruce Green .... camera operator
Bruce Green .... camera operator
Kieran Healy .... lighting consultant
David M. Hill .... lighting director (as Dave Hill)
Peter Hutchison .... additional tour camera
David Irete .... camera operator (as Dave Irete)
Mark Johnson .... camera operator
John Meiklejohn .... camera operator
Mike Miller .... camera operator (as Michael Miller)
Kenneth Patterson .... camera operator (as Kenny Patterson)
David Plakos .... camera operator (as Dave Plakos)
Brian Reason .... camera operator
Rick Rice .... camera operator
Mark 'Sparky' Risk .... lighting director
Scott Russell .... camera operator
John Tinetti .... camera operator
Danny Webb .... camera operator
Ethan Weber .... lighting director
Patrick Woodroffe .... lighting designer
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Alan Keyes .... stylist
Maryam Malakpour .... wardrobe
Isobel Work .... wardrobe
 
Editorial Department
Jim Gable .... editorial director
 
Music Department
Ed Cherney .... music mixer
 
Other crew
Michael Cohl .... tour director
Mike Cormier .... backline crew
Pierre de Beauport .... backline crew
Terry Donohue .... technical director
Alan Dunn .... logistics director
Arnold Dunn .... band road manager
Stephen Galloway .... choreographer
Steve Gaughen .... video
Mirza Javed .... conceptual artwork
Chuch Magee .... backline crew
Jim Malone .... video
Sandra Restrepo .... associate director
David Rouze .... backline crew
Stephen 'The King of England' Shepherd .... backline crew
Johnny Starbuck .... backline crew
Ken Stein .... stage manager
Billy Steinberg .... video
Peter Wiltz .... backline crew
 
Thanks
Kiera Byrd .... special thanks
Bomber Hurley-Smith .... acknowledgment
Tony King .... special thanks
Prince Rupert Loewenstein .... special thanks
Miranda Payne .... special thanks
Jane Rose .... special thanks
Tony Russell .... special thanks
Clare Turner .... special thanks
Faye Van Engelen .... special thanks
Jo Wood .... special thanks (as Jo Howard)
 

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120 min
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the Stones in excellent, big stadium arena form, 15 April 2008
Author: MisterWhiplash from United States

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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