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TODAY IN ROLLING STONES’ HISTORY: November 29

Nov. 29, 1963: Baths Hall, Urmston, England

Nov. 29, 1964: The Stones tape an appearance on UK TV’s Lucky Stars Special in Birmingham (all playback, ABC, UK TV)
Around And Around/ Little Red Rooster/ Off The Hook/ Empty Heart


Nov. 29, 1965: Coliseum, Denver, CO, USA
The Stones first played the Coliseum on Nov. 29, 1965, and the Rocky Mountain News review managed to avoid mentioning any band members by name. No, not even Mick Jagger. A year after the Beatles’ breakout, the business of carbon paper, linotype machine, typewriters, and type trays still was trying to catch up with the revolution. The review noted the concert “should have been reviewed by a dance and drama critic, for it was basically a visual production which included some of the most intricate choreography seen in Denver for some time as well as an extremely interesting display of contemporary dress onstage and off.” He accused the Stones of showing a ‘who needs you’ attitude.”


Nov. 29, 1968: The Stones perform on Frost on Saturday (LWT, British TV), playing Sympathy For The Devil (live vocals on prepared backing track)


Nov. 29, 1968: Jean Luc Godard’s film ONE PLUS ONE (aka Sympathy for the Devil) is premiered at the National Film Theatre in London.


Nov. 29, 1968: Release of JOHN MAYALL’s LP ‘Blues From Laurel Canyon’, with Mick Taylor as band member


Nov. 29, 1969: Boston Garden, Boston, MA, USA (2 shows)

Nov. 29, 1978: Release of the SHATTERED / EVERYTHING IS TURNING TO GOLD 7″ single (Rolling Stones Records RS 19310)

Nov. 29, 2012: O2 Arena, London, England
Get Off Of My Cloud/I Wanna Be Your Man/The Last Time/Paint It Black/Gimme Shelter/Lady Jane/Champagne And Reefer/Live With Me/Miss You/One More Shot/Doom And Gloom/It’s Only Rock’n Roll/Honky Tonk Women/Band introduction/Before They Make Me Run/Happy/Midnight Rambler/Start Me Up/Tumbling Dice/Brown Sugar/Sympathy For The Devil/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Jumping Jack Flash/Satisfaction
*With special guests Bill Wyman (bass) on It’s Only Rock’n Roll and Honky Tonk Women, Mick Taylor (guitar) on Midnight Rambler, Florence Welch (vocals) on Gimme Shelter, Eric Clapton (guitar) on Champagne And Reefer and the London Youth Choir on You Can’t Always Get What You Want

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