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8 thoughts on “ The Rolling Stones - Got Live If You Want It! (Cassette, Album)

  1. Aug 08,  · Source of the edit is the song of the album "Got live if you want it!" London records. (This album's version has the band at the left, with a tiny little echo at the right. the rolling stones.
  2. Is this the best live stones album ever, probably not. What this album is how the Stones sounded in I saw them at Dillan Stadium in Hartford in and this is pretty much how I remembered it. The Police stopped the concert early. This cd is a good representation of how the stones sounded in the early days with Brian Jones/5().
  3. May 04,  · As I’ve mentioned before, even with the fake two “unlive” songs you mention the album is a very good representation of what the Stones sounded like when I saw them in They weren’t perfect and the sound wasn’t perfect back then but it didn’t matter, so this album .
  4. The Rolling Stones: Got Live If You Want It, Vintage. The Rolling Stones had been off the road for seven years before their massive North America Steel Wheels Tour, which began in August The tour had its finale with three shows in Atlantic City. The next-to-last show, from December 19, was broadcast as pay-per-view and has not been released in any form until now.
  5. Listen to your favorite songs from got LIVE if you want it! by The Rolling Stones Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  6. Dec 10,  · All collectors need this release, but for anyone else, unless you’re a die hard Stone’s fan, you can pass on this one, it will not give you any satisfaction. *** The Fun Facts: The album's title Got Live If You Want It was both a play on words and a node of appreciation to the blues artist Slim Harpo, and his song "Got Love If You Want It"/5(26).
  7. The album was originally released as "Hits Live", since the band already released live ep entitled "Got Live If You Want It" in In his book "Rolling With The Stones", Bill Wyman said of the album: "As an album, its filler, perhaps it was even viewed as a chance to cash in before the ride came to an end".Reviews:

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