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From The Vault - Hampton Coliseum - Live In 1981 [Dvd+ 2cd] [2014] [NTSC]


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  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Classification: Exempt
  • Studio: Eagle Rock
  • DVD Release Date: 3 Nov 2014
  • Run Time: 150 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00MOA7J8U
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,309 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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DVD+2CD set. From The Vault is a new series of live concerts from The Rolling Stones archive which are getting their first official release. Hampton Coliseum Live In 1981 is the first title in this series. The Rolling Stones American Tour in 1981 was the most successful tour of that year taking a then record $50 million dollars in ticket sales. The tour was in support of the critically and commercially successful Tattoo You album. There were fifty dates on the tour which ran from Philadelphia at the end of September through to Hampton, Virginia on the 18th and 19th of December. The show on December 18th, which was also Keith Richards birthday, was the first ever music concert to be broadcast on television as a pay-per-view event. The footage has now been carefully restored and the sound has been newly mixed by Bob Clearmountain for this first official release of the show. TRACKLISTING: (CD Disc One): 1) Under My Thumb 2) When The Whip Comes Down 3) Let s Spend The Night Together 4) Shattered 5) Neighbours 6) Black Limousine 7) Just My Imagination 8) Twenty Flight Rock 9) Going To A Go Go 10) Let Me Go 11) Time Is On My Side 12) Beast Of Burden 13) Waiting On A Friend 14) Let It Bleed (CD Disc Two): 15) You Can t Always Get What You Want 16) Band Introductions 17) Happy Birthday Keith 18) Little T & A 19) Tumbling Dice 20) She s So Cold 21) Hang Fire 22) Miss You 23) Honky Tonk Women 24) Brown Sugar 25) Start Me Up 26) Jumping Jack Flash 27) (I Can t Get No) Satisfaction. DVD contains all 27 tracks.

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By andy on 5 Nov 2014
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This is a superb DVD and CD package that also includes a sixteen page booklet.

At the end of a long tour the Stones are a really tight band here. The whole band is superb and Keith and Ronnie are brilliant as always but Keith I would say especially so.

If you’re a fan you shouldn’t need convincing how good this is – or even if not a fan you might not need convincing.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By C. Cahill on 3 Nov 2014
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The first ever live pay per view concert which was also broadcast on numerous radio stations across the states. Available on countless bootlegs ever since. It begins with a naked woman reading all the radio stations FM numbers which are painted on her naked body. The latest Stones album at the time was "Tattoo You" and this was clearly the inspiration for this bizarre idea.
There is also a few minutes of backstage footage which has been slightly edited from the original broadcast.
You get to see the late great promoter Bill Graham playing ping-pong with Bill Wyman, Keith warming up with his Telecaster and numerous family members milling about (Marlon Richards, Jo Wood).

The new audio mix (as heard on the official download audio release released last year) is superb. The guitars are at the forefront whereas the original broadcast had them slightly low for my tastes. The video quality is very good indeed. Do not expect amazing blu-ray clarity as this was only filmed on TV broadcast quality video tape (hence SD as opposed to HD). That said, it is still a big upgrade to the unofficial video dubs that have been around since the original broadcast.
During the 2nd part of "Beast of Burden", an inferior video source has been used as presumably there is some damage to that part of the master. It's tastefully done and doesn't detract from the overall experience.
I do have one small quibble, A couple of vocal lines during miss you have clearly been overdubbed for some strange reason. The camera shows Jagger clearly and some his vocals do not match what you are seeing at all. A few of these performances were used for the "Still Life" album and also had some overdubs applied. These overdubs appear to be audible on this release too, which is totally unnecessary.
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I rate all Stones performances by the unsurpassable (by anyone) Ladies And Gentleman The Rolling Stones (1972) DVD.I have to say that I was sceptical about how this gig would be,given that in my view the Stones had already done their best stuff by 1974.
Well,Tattoo You was the album promoted on this tour and that is possibly an exception and this gig is similarly high in quaility.
Its a mammoth 150 minutes long and the band takes its time in settling in and are their usual loose self after they amble on stage.
I was worried when I saw the terrible 80's suit that Jagger wears at the start as an omen for poor Stones-era music,but he soons strips off and starts running around and belting out some high energy classics.
The setlist prefers later Stones overall but does not leave out some earlier classics.
The show cranks up to a terrific finale and the energy and sound quality are great.
For me,the shows peaks are the songs in the second half,when the band are warmed-up and motoring along nicely.
This has all the Stones hallmarks;runways,guitar interplay,machine-like drumming and 100% rock and roll posturing by Keith.
This is the gig where Keith takes off his guitar and smashed it over a stage-invader without stopping a riff as thousands of balloons shower the stadium.He's uber cool but looks a little older than the 38th birthday he celebrates on this night!
For me,this was maybe the last great period in the Stones era but both myself (a lifelong fan) and my buddy (a Zeppelin freak) enjoyed this very much.Worth a look by all means.
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