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Mickariffic!!!

By CARBONARC
Written October 19, 2011
Felt 33 again, for a short while anyway. Video not up to todays standard but best to be expected with 78 technology. The sound was better than expected!!!!!!! What a trip, minus the roach!!!! Got to see if you have any blood left in your viens!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Keith rocks and Mick is not so affected

By Trauffaut Fan
Written October 19, 2011
I loved the movie. Sound was great. Energy was great. The songs were great and the guys were having fun and working it. This appears to be a fairly intimate venue; before the Stones played gigantic stadiums. There was still a real, genuine playfulness that included the audience. Mick was coy...Keith was rocking. Everyone looks to be at the top of their games, and a cut above anything else you could see then or now. Don't miss it.
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The Rolling Stones Livein Texas 1978

By goatsheadsoup
Written October 20, 2011
This is the Stones best concert film. The Stones showed that they can play their new songs as good as their older songs. This is the Stones in 1978 and they rocked. Beast of Burden,Miss You, Just My Imagination etc. These are the new classic songs and the Stones play each one with passion. They were Awesome this night. cheers Ty
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It's a gas, gas, gas!

By billwyman
Written October 19, 2011
The Rolling Stones, raw and primal, glam and punk, kicking it hard down in Texas. This doc is being released on DVD in November, but I'm so glad I saw it on the big screen: the close-ups of Mick and Keith spitting into the same microphone; the framing of Bill Wyman's fingers as they run across the bass strings; Ron Wood, cig hanging from his mouth. And the music! Fierce versions of "Star Star" and "When the Whip Comes Down." Intense, soulful cover of "Just My Imagination (Running Away With Me) and, man oh man, that one two three finale of "Sweet Little Sixteen," "Brown Sugar" and "Jumpin' Jack Flash." Filthy!
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Great!!!

By jarsen1
Written October 19, 2011
Great concert movie, Stones at their peak, fabulous guitar work Begininng interview with Jagger (now, looking back) was very interesting, pointing out how much of his Some Girls writing and performace was from the NYC music scene at that time
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