Rolling Stones From the Vault - the Marquee - Live

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The Rolling Stones: From the Vault - The Marquee - Live in 1971 was originally filmed for United States TV. The band performed the gig a few months before the release of their album "Sticky Fingers" and used the show to preview nearly half the album, including "Brown Sugar," "Dead Flowers" and "Bitch." It also served as the first and only time the group played "I Got the Blues" live until dusting it off a handful of times for concerts in 1999. For the rest of the eight-song set, the band played two songs from its then-most recent release, Let It Bleed ("Live With Me" and "Midnight Rambler"), "Satisfaction" and a cover of Chuck Berry's "Let It Rock." The gig also marked the last time the band would play the U.K. for more than two years, with its members going into tax exile shortly thereafter. Musicians Bobby Keys (sax), Nicky Hopkins (keyboards) and Ian Stewart (piano) join the Stones for this fabulous time capsule of rock classics.

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