The Rolling Stones LA Friday 75 Authorised Bootleg

The third official live concert bootleg has been released by The Rolling Stones in remastered form – LA Friday 75.

You can buy a copy from the Stones Archives. I bought it on Saturday but it’s going to take me some time to write a full review.

The Rolling Stones LA Friday Review

The Rolling Stones LA Friday 75

The Rolling Stones LA Friday 75 Set List

  1. Honky Tonk Women (5:29)
  2. All Down The Line (4:05)
  3. If You Can’t Rock Me (3:25)
  4. Get Off Of My Cloud (4:03)
  5. Star Star (4:46)
  6. Gimme Shelter (6:12)
  7. Ain’t Too Proud To Beg (4:25)
  8. You Gotta Move (4:33)
  9. You Can’t Always Get What You Want (15:23)
  10. Happy (3:59)
  11. Tumbling Dice (5:24)
  12. Band Intros (1:21)
  13. It’s Only Rock N Roll (6:04)
  14. Heartbreaker (5:03)
  15. Fingerprint File (9:24)
  16. Angie (5:18)
  17. Wild Horses (7:25)
  18. That’s Life (Billy Preston & The Rolling Stones) (3:17)
  19. Outta Space (Billy Preston & The Rolling Stones) (4:05)
  20. Brown Sugar (4:16)
  21. Midnight Rambler (15:15)
  22. Rip This Joint (2:06)
  23. Street Fighting Man (4:06)
  24. Jumping Jack Flash (6:58)
  25. Sympathy For The Devil (10:22)

As you can see, it has a great set list with the emphasis on the Mick Taylor years, even though this is the first tour with his replacement Ronnie Woods. In total, there’s just under 2.5 hours of music.

I’m a big Mick Taylor fan but I’ll try not to let that bias my views against this album.

First impressions are very favourable although it’s not as good as The Brussels Affair with Taylor, the first of the Stones authorised bootlegs or as good as Get Yer Ya Ya’s Out.

Where it beats both those two live Stones classics is that it has a very comprehensive set list. There are some early songs like Satisfaction that would have been nice to hear, but you can’t always get what you want.

I also think the price is set at an extremely affordable level. This is a bargain for anyone who loves to hear The Rolling Stones live.

Mick Jagger & Keith Richards Talking About LA Friday

You Can’t Always Get What You Want – The Rolling Stones live in concert in 1975

Have You Heard LA Friday 75?

What do you think about this live recording of the Rolling Stones from 1975?

How do you think it rates to the other live albums they’ve done?

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Buying LA Friday 75 By The Rolling Stones

You can get a copy of this album from the stonesarchive.com

LA Friday

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