I have always been a fan of the Stones but this movie took me back to a special time when I had
turned twenty one and started partying with dance. It began with a current interview with Mick, who gave alot of reference to the music during that period, concentrating on how the various genres combined in New York productions. This better enabled us to see the influence of disco, punk, rap and rock in this album. The boys were around thirty-five, looking their best (yes, even Keith!) and their performances were exceptional. Mick was amazing, and Ron Woods guitar never sounded better. It was in a small stadium which allowed you to feel as though you were on stage. It was shortly after the album was released, so the enthusiasm was exhilarating - if you love this album, in my opinion, you would be a fool to miss this wonderful movie!
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