Rolling Stones chronology – September 11
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1963: Eel Pie Island, Twickenham, England
1964: Capitol Theatre, Cardiff, Wales (2 shows)
11, 1965: Halle Münsterland, Münster, West-Germany (2 shows)
1970: Forum, Copenhagen, Denmark
1973: Kings Hall, Belle Vue, Manchester, England
1987: Release of PRIMITIVE COOL, Mick’s second solo album
SIDE A: 1. Throwaway/ 2. Let’s Work/ 3. Radio Control/ 4. Say You Will/ 5. Primitive Cool
SIDE B: 1. Kow Tow/ 2. Shoot Off Your Mouth/ 3. Peace For The Wicked/ 4. Party Doll/ 5. War Baby
1989: Alpine Valley Music Theatre, East Troy, Wisconsin, USA
Start Me Up/Bitch/Sad Sad Sad/Undercover Of The Night/Harlem Shuffle/ Tumbling Dice/Miss You/Ruby Tuesday/Play With Fire/Dead Flowers/ Rock And A Hard Place/One Hit/Mixed Emotions/Honky Tonk Women/ Midnight Rambler/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Little Red Rooster/Before They Make Me Run/Happy/Paint It Black/2000 Light Years From Home/Sympathy For The Devil/Gimme Shelter/It’s Only Rock’n Roll/ Brown Sugar/Satisfaction/Jumping Jack Flash
1994: Soldier Field, Chicago, IL, USA
Not Fade Away/Tumbling Dice/You Got Me Rocking/Shattered/Rocks Off/ Sparks Will Fly/Satisfaction/Beast Of Burden/Memory Motel/All Down The Line/I Go Wild/Miss You/Band introduction/Honky Tonk Women/Before They Make Me Run/The Worst/Love Is Strong/Monkey Man/Street Fighting Man/ Start Me Up/It’s Only Rock’n Roll/Brown Sugar/Jumping Jack Flash
2001: As the terrorist attacks take place in the United States, Mick Jagger is in France, while Keith is at home in Connecticut recording a song at his home studio in with Ronnie Spector.
Mick Jagger: “I was in a state of shock because my daughter Elizabeth lives about 15 blocks away in New York City. We couldn’t get through. In the evening, we managed to get through via South Africa, which was really weird. What I feel from a lot of my American friends, although they’re not really able to put it into words, is a sense of violation. It’s a horrible thing to have that feeling broken – that America was this place where they all felt safe… I lived in New York City for a long time so I have a huge sympathy with the town. I identified with it perhaps more than any other city in the United States so I know it very well. Yeah, you feel a great closeness especially when there’s trouble, you do.”
2003: The Point, Dublin, Ireland
Start Me Up/You Got Me Rocking/Don’t Stop/Rocks Off/Angie/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/It’s Only Rock’n Roll/I Can’t Turn You Loose/Street Fighting Man/Tumbling Dice/Band introduction/The Nearness Of You/Before They Make Me Run/Sympathy For The Devil/Midnight Rambler/Paint It Black/Honky Tonk Women/Brown Sugar/ Satisfaction/ Jumping Jack Flash
2006: Release of Peter Frampton’s album FINGERPRINTS, with Bill Wyman as guest on one track: ‘Cornerstones’
September 11, 2011: Download-only album ‘Stinky Fingers’ by ANTHONY THISTLETHWAITE, with Mick Taylor as guest on two tracks: 1. Still A Fool/ 2. Blind Willie McTell
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