The Rolling Stones Live At Hide Park
VHS, 1992, Live, Re-Release

Herstellungsland Italien
Orig. Release 1983
Zeit 36:55
EAN-Nr. nicht vorhanden
Label/Labelcode nicht vorhanden
Plattenfirma/Katalog-Nr. La Musica / N . 3
Musikrichtung Rock
Sammlungen Gesucht Flohmarkt
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I = Instrumental L = Live B = Bonustrack H = Hidden Track C = Coversong
Track Titel Zeit Besonderheit
Gesamtzeit 36:55  
1. Midnight Rambler 4:30 L
2. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction 4:00 L
3. I'm Free 2:50 L
4. Eulogy (for Brian Jones) 2:00
5. I'm Yours She's Mine 2:10 L
6. Jumpin' Jack Flash 3:20 L
7. Honky Tonk Women 3:05 L
8. Love In Vain 4:30 L C
9. Sympathy For The Devil 10:30 L



TV broadcast September 25, 1969

released 1992 La Musica / N. 3
released 1983 BMG Video / 791 223
released 1989
released 1994 PolyGram Video / 943811

Original Title: The Stones in the Park:
The Stones in the Park generally refers to a free outdoor festival in Hyde Park on July 5, 1969, headlined by The Rolling Stones and featuring Family, King Crimson, Roy Harper, and Alexis Korner in front of an estimated 500,000 fans.
- Mick Taylor's first gig with the band. Jones died on 3 July, two days before the festival, and the Stones decided to dedicate their performance to him. As an overture to the performance, Jagger quoted from Percy Bysshe Shelley's famous poem on Keats' death, "Adonaïs".

The Stones' portion of concert was filmed by Granada Television and later released on VHS, DVD and Blu-ray

The Rolling Stones
At the start of the performance, Jagger asked the crowd to "cool it for a minute, because I would really like to say something about Brian". He then read a short extract from Adonaïs by Percy Bysshe Shelley. The Stones then launched into "I'm Yours and I'm Hers". Thousands of butterflies were released into the air by roadies.
The setlist for their performance was :
"I'm Yours & I'm Hers"
"Jumpin' Jack Flash"
"Mercy Mercy"
"Down Home Girl"
"Stray Cat Blues"
"No Expectations"
"I'm Free"
"Loving Cup"
"Love in Vain"
"(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction"
"Honky Tonk Women"
"Midnight Rambler"
"Street Fighting Man"
"Sympathy for the Devil"
The Rolling Stones
Mick Jagger - Vocals and harmonica
Keith Richards - Guitar
Mick Taylor - Guitar
Charlie Watts - Drums
Bill Wyman - Bass
During Sympathy For The Devil, a number of additional percussionists joined the band.
Keith Richards had started experimenting with open tunings by this point in the band's career and played a Epiphone Casino tuned to open E tuning with a capo on the fourth fret, and a Gibson Flying V tuned to standard tuning.