The Rolling Stones: At The Cirkus, Stockholm. (Crystal Cat :: CC 707-708)
Recorded Live at Cirkus, Stockholm, Sweden - July 22, 2003.
Excellent Audience Recording :: Silver CDs :: MP3 CBR 320 kbps & FLAC.
02. Start Me Up
03. Live With Me
05. Hand Of Fate
06. No Expectations
07. Worried About You
08. Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker)
09. It's Only Rock'n Roll
10. Stray Cat Blues
11. Ain't To Proud To Beg
12. Everybody Needs Somebody To Love
01. That's How Strong My Love Is
02. Going To A Go Go
03. The Nearness Of You
05. I Can't Turn You Loose
06. Honky Tonk Women
07. Tumbling Dice
08. Brown Sugar
09. Sympathy For The Devil
Total Time: 01:58:17 hour/s.
*** The Rolling Stones European Tour 2003 ***
Personnel: Mick Jagger :: Keith Richards :: Ronnie Wood :: Charlie Watts.
Notes: Review by Chris Tresper: Well well well....what a great show this was. The perfect end of the Stockholm trilogy. It might not have been the best club I have seen on this tour (while the Stockholm stadium was the best stadium and the Globen the best Arena show) but it was certainly one hell of a show. Similiar setlist to Paris (which was great because I didn't go to Paris), awesome Hand Of Fate, GREAT No Expectations (first time for me - YAY) and to hear Sympathy as the encore was a nice change and brought back some memories of the 1999 tour. What really was odd was the fact that they didn't play JJF, which was like the first time in 150 years or so LOL :)
That's How Strong My Love Is was good as always but not as HOT as at Roseland and the Cirkus Krone. Ain't Too Proud To Beg was the first time they played this song in Europe since 1976 so Stockholm got a real treat. Stray Cat Blues was weird, Mick fucked up the beginning but didn't care to correct his mistake and waited for the rest of the band to play along with what he was singing. Nice to hear Heartbreaker again, so much better than at the Olympia Halle in Munich. This was also the first time that i was up front at a club, the swedish crowd was ok though...not too much pushing so all in all a definitely enjoyable evening. The Hellacopters were really great too but unlike Bjornulf I liked the Hives better. Thank you Stockholm, thank you Rolling Stones. A few more shows on this tour and then that's it... (Info taken from iorr.org).
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