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...

Terrific peek at a band at its peak

By Destonio
These are the bad boys at their very best ... performing Exile, Sticky and Let it Bleed hits with fervor and fun. Only negative is the sound wasn't nearly loud enough, so I'm getting the Blu Ray to...

Five Word Review

By snaporaz81
Entertaining, compromised by unskilled filmmaking...

Stones Movie

By WSV
With the technological limitations of the period, the Stones music made the movie....

Great for the Stones fan, pretty good for everyone else.

By BillWikstrom
The film was great. It had a few lulls in the middle, it's was a bit close-up heavy and sometimes Mick Jagger was filmed doing is best Tina Turner instead of Mick Taylor during a solo. But besides...

Te Rolling Stones rock the Theater

By Dconners13
Not only did they rock...They Rolled. The rolling stones put on a spectacle of a show in "Ladies and gentleman the Rolling Stones" With a classic setlist and the passion only the stones could...

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...

Ladies & Gentlemen the Rolling Stones

By debster1
Rolling Stones awesome ! Great sound & visual! Awesome movie, great theater. Should there be future showings count me in....

Ladies And Gentlemen the Rolling Stones.

By O'Blivion
An exhilarating reminder of why I once loved the Stones above all other bands, and, by extension, also of why I eventually lost interest in them. Although even up to this century they still...

Oh to see that SKIN...

By jenshood
Such young boys. Such great music. And it's impossible not to see the Steve Tyler homage to Mick when Mick is doin' his thang. I would have liked my audience to have been up on its feet at some...

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