ROLLING STONES - CD
CHICAGO ILLINOIS 2019-06-21

LABEL:
IJA
SOURCE:
Solder Field Chicago 21 June 2019
FORMAT:
2 downlioad cdrs
RUNNING TIME:
53.48/68.56
SOUND/SOURCE:
Audience stereo
PACKAGING:
double slimline jewel case
 


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SOUND 8 / PACKAGING 9 / PERFORMANCE 8.5

 

TRACK LIST:

Disc One: 1. Intro, 2. Street Fighting Man, 3. Let s Spend The Night Together, 4. Tumbling Dice, 5. Sad Sad Sad, 6. You Got Me Rocking, 7. You Can t Always Get What You Want, 8. Angie, 9. Dead Flowers, 10. Sympathy For The Devil, 11. Honky Tonk Women (Band Introductions).

Disc Two: 1. You Got The Silver, 2. Before They Make Me Run, 3. Miss You, 4. Paint It Black, 5. Midnight Rambler, 6. Start Me Up, 7. Jumping Jack Flash, 8. Brown Sugar,  9. Gmme Shelter, 10. (I Can t Get No) Satisfaction.

 
REVIEW:

Here already the Stones opening night of their North American leg of the No Filter tour. The setlist is mostly a continuation of the 2018 performances, but for Sad Sad Sad which took the slot of a new song, and You Got Me Rocking that was the song chosen by fan vote. This is a very solid career retrospective for casual fans, who of course are the target audience of stadium shows. Some connection with Chicago was expected (Mercy Mercy was rehearsed), but the only one in this concert has been 2120 South Michigan Avenue in the background, sampled from the original record, that was played just before Angie when the band physically moved to the B-stage, this leg of the No Filter tour in fact has re-presented the B stage, this time used just for 2 numbers played acoustically, the latter with Jagger & Richards sharing the same microphone like in the old times.
In terms of performance this has been a nice show and the enjoyment is reflected by this recording overall which was obtained from side stage, mezzanine 1st row, slightly out of line with the left stack; there is practically no crowd interference, which is great. Jagger forgets about Chuck Leavell, promptly reminded by Ron Wood after e had been introduced. Miss You is over 8 minutes long, played much loosely than before with Chicago born Darryl Jones bass solo standing out, while Midnight Rambler is full of energy with You Gotta Move refrain in its slower part. Sasha Allen vocals on Gimme Shelter are almost inaudible, but it seems to have been a sound mixing problem.
There have been other flubs though: Wood missed the cue for a couple guitar solo, Satisfaction got tangled up in the coda and the first few numbers had some gaffes but overall this was a really solid performance. There were some issues with the sound (particularly the vocals, which inexplicably drop down in the mix periodically) but I think on a casual listen they won't be noticeable.
Having been released on a famous torrent site few hours from the concert in both 24 and 16 bits versions this remastering job provided great fruits and for sure presented this as an acceptable document of the show for all interested collectors. Finally a good looking artwork has appeared.


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