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Stripped Live

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  • Audio CD (18 Mar. 1998)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Live
  • Label: Virgin
  • ASIN: B000007O9L
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (42 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 108,968 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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The Rolling Stones ~ Stripped

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Format: Audio CD
One of the best live offering from the Stones, "Stripped" is culled from club dates in Amsterdam and Paris, as well as rehearsals in Tokyo and Lisbon.
The sound is excellent, and you get a sense that the band is much "closer" than on your average live album.
There is a sense of urgency all the way through...Mick Jagger's vocals are superb, completely focused, and the band is tight.
The Rolling Stones do an excellent rendition of Bob Dylan's "Like A Rolling Stone" with some powerful drumming from Charlie Watts, and a great take on Buddy Holly's "Not Fade Away", but it's really impossible to talk about highlights here...the entire CD is filled with some of the best performances the Stones have ever released.
They do a wonderful live version of the soulful, gospel-like "Shine A Light", and other rarely-played songs like "The Spider And The Fly", "I'm Free" and Robert Johnson's "Love In Vain".
Also, this rendition of "Wild Horses" has to be the definitive take on that song, and the same can be said for the superb "Dead Flowers" (great solo by Ronnie Wood) and the lean, bluesy "Sweet Virginia".
Many arrangements are primarily or solely acoustic, and Mick Jagger plays the harp on several songs, adding to intimate atmosphere, as well as helping to make "Stripped" such a superb, soulful live album, and a must-own even for casual Stones fans.
Highly recommended.
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Forget your High Tide & Green Grass, 40 Licks, Rolled Gold etc. If you really want to listen to the Stones performing some of their best work (and I don't mean greatest hits), then Stripped is the album for you. This compilation contains possibly their best ever work. Tracks such as Wild Horses (My No1 Stones track of all time), Let It Bleed, Sweet Virginia, Dead Flowers, Angie: to name but a few, plus a cover of the greatest rock song ever written, Dylan's 'Like a Rolling Stone'. There are 14 tracks contained on this album showcasing some of the best live recordings made by The Stones. The sound production is superb and there is a heavy reliance on a full bodied rich acoustic guitar sound. Their best work from the sixties and early seventies provides the core of this album, and lets face it The Rolling Stones reached their peak between 68 to 74 (The Mick Taylor years). If you are a Stones fan or simply someone wishing to sample an overview of how good the 'world's greatest rock band' can sound: Get this album! You will NOT be dissapointed. This is up there with the best live rock albums ever made.
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Just a look at the cover showing a lean, mean leather clad band and you know what to expect: The Rolling Stones are back! After a series (a LONG one!) of lackluster albums Voodoo Lounge won the Grammy and put them back on the map, music wise. This is a Live recording but quite a special one: not the usual track listing (actually far from it! Many obscure songs for the uninitiated) from the usual places (i.e. Stadia) but songs performed in a more intimate setting with some rehearsals thrown in for good measure too. I bought the original version the day it was released and I never stopped playing it. Now I bought the remaster to get a nicely improved sound!
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The history of stones is filled with great albums. This album has a fantastic sound of rhythm and blue. The alignment is done with some pearls that are not part of the traditional success hits of the band. This is the last great album of the stones, after some years in the desert.
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In my opinion this obscure release is the one of the finest albums in the Stones' vast catalogue. A mixture of intimate live tracks and live-in-the-studio recordings, Stripped captures the band in a laid-back mood, seemingly freed from the massive weight of expectation that accompanies their studio albums. There is a fantastic mixture of styles on display: blues ("The Spider and the Fly", "Little Baby", " Love in Vain"), country ("Dead Flowers", "Let it Bleed", "Sweet Virginia") ballads ("Wild Horses", "Angie", "Slipping Away") gospel ("Shine a Light"), 60s pop ("I'm Free", "Like a Rolling Stone") and a dash of rock 'n' roll ("Street Fighting Man", "Not Fade Away"). It's all performed in a loose, relaxed manner and the band is on top form; close your eyes and you'll feel like your in the studio listening to them run through a few songs. This is also the perfect album to admire the talents of longtime sidemen Darryl Jones (bass), and Chuck Leavell (keyboards), who are high up in the mix and gel seamlessly with the rest of the band. I recommend this album wholeheartedly, and I hope the Stones get round to releasing a Stripped Part 2 some day!
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By Rich VINE VOICE on 19 Jan. 2013
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I suspect many Stones fans will be revisiting and renewing their collections following the recent anniversary. Much of the focus will be on their sixties and seventies creative peak; can there be many more bands that were "great" for such a prolonged period? Things petered out somewhat after Some Girls, though Tattoo You is worth having. However, just when you thought things were over, and with the guys now in their fifties, they produced this album. A mix of live performances and re-recordings of earlier material, there's some great stuff in here. I remember at the time reading a review calling this "the album every Stones fan hoped they'd make". I can only agree.
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