The Rolling Stones: At The Cirkus. (Crystal Cat Records :: CC 707-08)
Recorded Live at Circus Djurgarden, 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 Too Proud To Beg
12. Everybody Needs Somebody To Love
01. That's How Strong My Love Is
02. Going To A Go-Go / Band Introductions
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 / Outro
10. Outro Continued
Total Time: 01:58:17 hour/s.
*** Licks World Tour ***
Personnel: Mick Jagger (vocals/harmonica) :: Keith Richards (vocals/lead & rhythm guitars) :: Ron Wood (lead & rhythm guitars) :: Charlie Watts (drums). Bass & Keyboards: Darryl Jones (bass) :: Chuck Leavell (keyboards). Backing Vocals: Bernard Fowler (backing vocals) :: Lisa Fischer (backing vocals) :: Blondie Chaplin (backing vocals). Horn Section: Bobby Keys (saxophone) :: Tim Reese (saxophone) :: Kent Smith (trumpet) :: Michael Davis (trombone).
Notes: FUCKING SUPER TERRIFIC AMAZING Complete Stereo Audience Recording!!!. Bootleg: Live At The Cirkus. Label: Crystal Cat Records (CC 707-08) Full Artwork: Included (cardboard fold-out, booklet and CDs) This is the best audience recording I've ever heard in my life! I challenge anyone to find a better one. Every instrument is so clear and well balanced that it could easily be passed off as an FM broadcast recorded nowdays. Actually it's somewhat better than a broadcast because it doesn't have that compressed FM sound. And the depth...the depth! I have no clue how anyone could have sneaked in some high quality equipment to this concert as the security was merciless. I know, because I was there!
I was at all three Stockholm concerts and it's somewhat hard to compare them because the setlists were so different. But the indoor show at the Globe Arena might actually have been the best when comparing the songs that were played at all three concerts. But this clubgig infront of 1,800 was obviously the most interesting one because of the setlist. There are some rare gems performed here. And it's so nice to have Ronnie Wood back to the level he was at when he joined the band. I just wish they could have been even more daring at the end. They should have dropped the tedious Honky Tonk Women and Tumbling Dice. How about All Down The Line and Paint It Black instead? Anyway, this bootleg should be the benchmark from now on regarding the quality of a recording. As you will hear it's actually possible to achieve this level these days. Although the size of the venue was a big factor. Enjoy! .
Lineage: Original Silvers > EAC > WAV > mkwACT > SHN > FLAC..<-(Info taken from original info file).