ROLLING STONES - CD
SOUNDS LIKE THUNDER

LABEL:
E. Valley 1633-34
SOURCE:
Olympiastadion, Munich 5 June 2022
FORMAT:
2 picture cds
RUNNING TIME:
64.23/61.56
SOUND/SOURCE:
IEM-Audience Stereo Matrix
PACKAGING:
Foldout paper cover with OBI.
 


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SOUND 10 / PACKAGING 7 / PERFORMANCE 8

 
TRACK LIST:

Disc One: 1. Introduction, 2. Street Fighting Man, 3. 19th Nervous Breakdown, 4. Rocks Off, 5. Tumbling Dice, 6. Out Of Time,7. Ruby Tuesday, 8. You Can’t Always Get What You Want, 9. Living In A Ghost Town, 10. Honky Tonk Women, 11. Band Introductions, 12. Connection, 13. Slipping Away.

Disc Two: 1. Miss You, 2. Midnight Rambler, 3. Start Me Up, 4. Paint It Black, 5. Sympathy For T

The Stones stop in Munich, Germany is the latest one so far released by Empress Valley; it is one of the first gigs of the band’s Sixty Tour in Europe and has surfaced relatively late; being an IEM/Audience matrix it represents one of the best way to listen to the Stones live and it’s surprising that it is not identified like that on front cover, the only identification being Master Recording written on the OBI. Anyway, this release presents an IEM recording where Jagger vocals and the rhythm section are very clear while Richards guitar and vocals are low in the mix and they tried to supplement them through the audience source. In this concert the Stones played Ruby Tuesday for the only time in this tour, as well as Rocks Off which has a bizarre start that seems the 19th Nervous Breakdown one; in fact the band is kind of rusty in some songs, even Jagger goes out of time in Street Fighting Man ad pants at times, but other songs are played well indeed like Midnight Rambler and Sympathy For The Devil. Packaging is not up to the label’s standard here, thew front cover is too dark and the back cover listing hard to read.

he Devil, 6. Jumping Jack Flash, 7. Gimme Shelter, 8. Satisfaction.

 
REVIEW:

The Stones stop in Munich, Germany is the latest one so far released by Empress Valley; it is one of the first gigs of the band’s Sixty Tour in Europe and has surfaced relatively late; being an IEM/Audience matrix it represents one of the best way to listen to the Stones live and it’s surprising that it is not identified like that on front cover, the only identification being Master Recording written on the OBI. Anyway, this release presents an IEM recording where Jagger vocals and the rhythm section are very clear while Richards guitar and vocals are low in the mix and they tried to supplement them through the audience source. In this concert the Stones played Ruby Tuesday for the only time in this tour, as well as Rocks Off which has a bizarre start that seems the 19th Nervous Breakdown one; in fact the band is kind of rusty in some songs, even Jagger goes out of time in Street Fighting Man ad pants at times, but other songs are played well indeed like Midnight Rambler and Sympathy For The Devil. Packaging is not up to the label’s standard here, thew front cover is too dark and the back cover listing hard to read.


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