Great Music

By joyc1146
Written January 19, 2017
The show was great...fantastic music. There were problems with the there were long interruptions ...ended up getting our money back. Aside from that, it was a great step back in time.
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The Rolling Stones Live in Texas 1978

By Stratlanta
Written October 20, 2011
A fine record of the band on stage at a critical point in their story. Band energy is very high and puts to rest charges by critics who complained that the Rolling Stones couldn't play live. Fun.
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Dancing in the theatre seats!!!

By fayrene
Written May 02, 2016
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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The Rolling Stones Live in Texas 1978

By Helena Cherylina
Written October 20, 2011
It was fun to see the concert from 1978. Thought it was alot of fun and was happy to share it with my 17 year old son! The only thing I could have wished there was less of was the interview at the very start. Although some interesting information came out of it, it seemed too long. Stones will always have a place in my music collection!
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The Rolling Stones live from Ft.Worth, Tx. 1978

By garyvassarproject
Written October 19, 2011
Wow! I loved this film from the moment it started.It does have adult language and playfulness but what a show! I kinda wished i had been older in 1978 just to witness this great event. You hear a lot of stories from concerts past in this area and The Stones are no exception. The cinematography was excellent, it effortlessly went from stage to crowd and the enthusiasm the band had that night was felt.The dynamic the band had on stage was heard loud and clear.I loved it but hey, "it's only rock and roll to me!"
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