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Movie Facts

Status: Released

Runtime: 90

Budget: $0

Revenue: $0

Language: en

Webpage: -

Release Info

  • 2010-01-11
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Alternative Titles

  • The Rolling Stones - Ladies & Gentlemen, the Rolling Stones - 1972
  • Rolling Stones - Ladies And Gentlemen
Content Score: 86

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Overview

A concert film taken from two Rolling Stones concerts during their 1972 North American tour. In 1972, the Stones bring their Exile on Main Street tour to Texas: 15 songs, with five from the "Exile" album. Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Mick Taylor, Charlie Watts, and Bill Wyman on a small stage with three other musicians. Until the lights come up near the end, we see the Stones against a black background. The camera stays mostly on Jagger, with a few shots of Taylor. Richards is on screen for his duets and for some guitar work on the final two songs. It's music from start to finish: hard rock ("All Down the Line"), the blues ("Love in Vain" and "Midnight Rambler"), a tribute to Chuck Berry ("Bye Bye Johnny"), and no "Satisfaction."

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Director: Rollin Binzer

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Cast

Mick Jagger

Mick Jagger
as Himself

Charlie Watts

Charlie Watts
as Himself

Bill Wyman

Bill Wyman
as Himself

Mick Taylor

Mick Taylor
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