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

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Cast overview:
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)
Ronnie Wood ... Himself (Guitar) (as The Rolling Stones)
Bobby Keys Bobby Keys ... Himself (Saxophone)
Chuck Leavell Chuck Leavell ... Himself (Keyboards)
Darryl Jones Darryl Jones ... Himself (Bass)
Lisa Fischer ... Herself (Backing Vocals)
Bernard Fowler Bernard Fowler ... Himself (Backing Vocals)
Blondie Chaplin Blondie Chaplin ... Himself (Backing Vocals)
Michael Davis Michael Davis ... Himself (Trombone)
Kent Smith Kent Smith ... Himself (Trumpet)
Andrew Snitzer Andrew Snitzer ... Himself (Saxophone / Keyboards) (as Andy Snitzer)
Dave Matthews ... Himself (Guest Vocals)
Joshua Redman ... Himself (Guest Saxophone player on "Waiting on a Friend")
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 December 1997 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

St. Louis, Missouri, USA

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Stereo

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Color

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1.33 : 1
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Take the A Train
Written by Billy Strayhorn
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The Greatest Rock 'n' Roll Band in the World on DVD is Emotional High
4 April 1999 | by MovieFan-36See all my reviews

The DVD version of this video seems to go a step beyond anything the Stones have released in their career. When played in Dolby Digital 5.1 and with all speakers adjusted properly I found the sound nothing short of phenomenal. It surpasses Voodoo Lounge which was not in Dolby Digital 5.1 and the IMAX DVD from '89. While the term "almost as good as being there" is over used it almost applies in this case. Teamed with the incredible picture quality of DVD taken from a high quality video and being able to see each band member's every movement in crisp detail the result is enough to satisfy the most discriminating Stone fan. Unless Mick and the Boys have something better waiting in the wings, this one could live on in history for future generations as the best representation of what makes them The Best Rock 'n' Roll Band in the World.


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