Ladies & Gentlemen: The Rolling Stones Flashback to 1972 Synopsis
The Rolling Stones perform at a 1972 concert. Mick Jagger shares memories of life on tour.

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Ladies and Gentlemen

By rraccoon
I saw it when it first came out in one of the huge old theaters in downtown Houston (Majestic or the Main) I was awestruck --wonderful sound . Not too many people there. When it was over I stayed...

Ladies & Gentlemen: The Rolling Stones Flashback to 1972

By sweetpat59
Loved it! Picture quality wasn't the best, but the whole movie was priceless. The first time I saw the Stones live was in 1972 so brought back all the memories. The movie captures them in top form....

Five Word Review

By llvcota
awesome dark authentic stimulation rocks!...

Ladies and Gentlemen .... it's about time!

By dbs1972
Fantastic, I'll be buying the dvd as soon as it's out....

Terrific Movie

By NYgeorge
It was great seeing the Stones again in their Prime. This movie shows in detail the absolute magic and synergy of the Greatest Rock Band in history. THE THEATER SOUND SUUUUCKED!!!! DOZENS OF...

At their best

By BobBarnett
Mick Taylor was smoking! Played almost all the leads. The sound was awesome This was my favorite Stones period-only 8 guys on a small stage without props...

No Expectations

By Dandango1954
Go in with no or low expectations and you won't be disappointed. Shine a Light it is not. Mick does a good job of setting the table at the beginning to let you know the lighting, sound and such is...

STONES FANS WILL LOVE IT

By Daren45
I was annoyed at the begining of the movie. Mick talked on and on and on. Most of the film was centered around MICK. It was a LOVE MICK fest. However, as the movie moved on more of the band came out....

Rolling Stones

By gdsibert
What was most shocking there were only about 20 people in the theater! I thought there would be at least three quarters of an audience. The movie was a slow starter, picked up about 30 minutes into...

Fantastic!!!!!!

By 5953
Great opportunity to see the Stones in all their early glory. No wonder they have been the "world's greatest rock'n'roll band" for so many years. Footage of Mick Taylor is rare and this was...

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Rated NR