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Ladies & Gentlemen…The Rolling Stones Heads to Blu-ray

Eagle Rock Entertainment, continuing their industry leading push of concert disc releases on Blu-ray, has announced the forthcoming release of the classic Rolling Stones concert Ladies & Gentleman…The Rolling Stones on Blu-ray and DVD October 12, 2010 at a suggested retail price of $19.98 (Blu-ray) and $14.98 (DVD).

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Filmed in Texas in 1972 over four nights of the “Exile On Main Street” US tour, Ladies & Gentlemen was premiered at the Ziegfield Theatre in New York on April 15, 1974 and released into selected cinemas across the USA shortly afterwards. Bonus features on this release include tour rehearsal footage from Montreux, plus two interviews with Mick Jagger; one from a 1972 Old Grey Whistle Test show, and one filmed in 2010.

The line-up for this show comprised Mick Jagger (vocals), Keith Richards (guitars), Charlie Watts (drums), Bill Wyman (bass), Mick Taylor (guitars) with Bobby Keys (saxophones), Jim Price (horns) and Nicky Hopkins (piano).  Ladies & Gentlemen was billed at the time as “…the most powerful rock film ever made” and is considered by many fans to be the finest Rolling Stones performance ever captured on film.  This is simply unmissable!

Track Listing:
1.)   Brown Sugar
2.)  Bitch
3.)  Gimme Shelter
4.)  Dead Flowers
5.)  Happy
6.)  Tumbling Dice
7.)  Love In Vain
8.)  Sweet Virginia
9.)  You Can’t Always Get What You Want
10.) All Down The Line
11.) Midnight Rambler
12.) Bye Bye Johnny
13.) Rip This Joint
14.) Jumpin’ Jack Flash
15.) Street Fighting Man

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