The Rolling Stones - No Security (Live - From The Bridges To Babylon Tour) album flac
|2||You Got Me Rocking||3:28|
|4||Flip The Switch||4:12|
|7||Saint Of Me||5:17|
|8||Waiting For A Friend||4:52|
|10||Live With Me||3:55|
|12||Thief In The Night||5:37|
|13||The Last Time||4:19|
|14||Out Of Control||7:57|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Virgin Benelux B.V.
- Copyright (c) – Promotone B.V.
- Recorded At – Amsterdam Arena
- Recorded At – River Plate
- Recorded At – Zeppelinfeld
- Recorded At – TWA Dome
- Recorded At – MTV Studios
- Mastered At – Metropolis Mastering
- Backing Vocals – Bernard Fowler, Blondie Chaplin, Leah Wood (tracks: 12), Lisa Fischer
- Bass – Darryl Jones
- Co-producer – Chris Potter*
- Design, Art Direction – Stylorouge
- Drums – Charlie Watts
- Edited By – Crispin Murray
- Electric Piano [Wurlitzer] – Pierre De Beauport (tracks: 12)
- Engineer – Ed Cherney
- Engineer [Assistant] – Jean-francois Delort
- Guitar – Ronnie Wood*
- Guitar, Vocals – Keith Richards
- Keyboards – Andy Snitzer, Chuck Leavell
- Mastered By – Tony Cousins
- Mixed By – Chris Potter*
- Percussion – Bernard Fowler, Blondie Chaplin
- Photography By [Cover] – Zed Nelson
- Photography By [Live] – Albert Ferriera, Claude Gassian, Kevin Mazur, Mark Fisher , Mikio Ariga, Paul Natkin
- Producer – The Glimmer Twins
- Saxophone – Andy Snitzer, Bobby Keys, Joshua Redman (tracks: 8)
- Shaker – Johnny Starbuck (tracks: 14)
- Trombone – Michael Davis
- Trumpet – Kent Smith
- Vocals – Dave Matthews (tracks: 5), Taj Mahal (tracks: 6)
- Vocals, Harmonica, Guitar – Mick Jagger
NotesAll tracks from live performances at the Arena Amsterdam, River Plate Buenos Aires, Zeppelinfeld Nuremberg, TWA Dome in St. Louis and MTV's "Live From The 10 Spot".
℗ 1998 Virgin Records Benelux B.V. / (c) 1998 Promotone B.V.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Scanned): 724384674021
- Barcode (Text): 7 24384 67402 1
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 1134
|7243 8 46740 2 1, CDV2880||The Rolling Stones||No Security (Live - From The Bridges To Babylon Tour) (CD, Album)||Rolling Stones Records, Virgin, Virgin||7243 8 46740 2 1, CDV2880||UK & Europe||1998|
|none||The Rolling Stones||No Security (CDr, Album, Promo)||Virgin Records America, Inc.||none||US||1998|
|7243 8 46740 2 1||Rolling Stones*||No Security (CD, Album)||Virgin||7243 8 46740 2 1||Australasia||Unknown|
|CDIVDJ 2880||The Rolling Stones||No Security / Interview (3xCD, Album, Promo)||Virgin||CDIVDJ 2880||Europe||1998|
|7243 8 46740 2 1 / 45||Rolling Stones*||No Security (CD, Album)||Virgin||7243 8 46740 2 1 / 45||Canada||1998|
Rolling Stones Miss You Live 1998. Great sax solo by Bobby Keys.
The Bridges to Babylon Tour was a worldwide concert tour by The Rolling Stones. Staged in support of their album Bridges to Babylon, the tour visited stadiums from 1997 to 1998. The Bridges to Babylon Tour was followed by 1999's No Security Tour. The tour was announced in a press conference held beneath the Brooklyn Bridge in New York City.
No Security (CDr, Album, Promo). Virgin Records America, Inc. none. 7243 8 46740 2 1. Rolling Stones. No Security (CD, Album). No Security, Interview (3xCD, Album, Promo). 7243 8 46740 2 1, 45.
The Rolling Stones’ Bridges to Babylon Tour will be the focus of the upcoming live album/concert film Bridges to Bremen. The never-released, full-length show captures the rock band performing in the German city on September 2nd, 1998 and includes a mix of the Stones’ greatest hits as well as tracks from their then-new LP Bridges to Babylon.
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The Rolling Stones’ No Security tour ran from January to June 1999 through North America and Europe. It followed on from the colossal Bridges To Babylon tour and took its name from the No Security live album recorded on that 1997/98 tour. In reaction to the huge stadiums played on Bridges To Babylon the conscious decision was made to book smaller venues for the initial North American leg of the No Security tour. This latest addition to the acclaimed From The Vaults series was filmed at the San Jose Arena in front of an audience of a little over 30,000 (intimate by Rolling Stones standards!).
THE ROLLING STONES - From The Vault: No Security - San Jose 1999 Concert Film Out In July; Video Trailer. 11 окт 2017 : AC/DC's ANGUS YOUNG Attends THE ROLLING STONES' Concert In Düsseldorf. Bridges To Bremen captures a complete show from the final leg of the Rolling Stones year-long tour in support of their Bridges To Babylon album, which achieved Platinum and Gold status in multiple markets upon the album’s original release in 1997.
SAN JOSE'99 The Rolling Stones "No Security" tour ran from January to June 1999 through North America and Europe. It followed on from the "Bridges To Babylon" tour the year before and took its name from the No Security live album recorded on that 1997-98 tour. San Jose was the final venue of the US leg. This release covers the first date. Audience sources are found here. Thanks for visiting dbboots. com - Enjoy ! Thanks. Thanks to all Stones fans that has been contributing to this site in many different ways.
It's amazing how the performance quality of the Rolling Stones fluctuates live. The world's greatest rock & roll band's records are brilliant and loose, but that looseness frequently slips into sloppiness on-stage thanks largely to Mick Jagger. Sometimes he's more concerned about prancing around and milking the stadium spectacle than singing. Fortunately, Bridges to Babylon Tour '97-'98 - which was filmed in St. Louis, MO - is an exception.
This June, Eagle Vision will issue Bridges To Bremen, a full-length show performed by The Rolling Stones on the final leg of the ‘Bridges To Babylon’ tour. Bremen is in Northwest Germany and the gig was filmed at the city’s Weserstadion on 2 September 1998. By this point the ‘Stones were three months into the European leg of this enormous year-long tour which had seen them fill stadia and arenas in North America, Asia and South America