Stones in NYC 1969 Music Video for Free!
What do you think about this artist?
Dec 04 2014 by Torrent
David Bowers: They filmed this Nov 26 and 27 1969 at Madison Square Garden that's what is
printed on the original album cover
David Bowers: My favorite song ever since I first heard it 34 years ago.
tou06: Got that album from Santa when I was 10 yrs old .. I'll always Love Santa
phoneix91: thats on Gimme shelter. the whole movie is freeking badass
rmsh1976: His guitar was an Ampeg Dan Armstrong. Where does Mick address the monitor
Stephen Crawley: KEITH ~~~~~~~ !
Mr. Midshipman: I've fallen and can't get up
alexandre1129: You are absolutely right. I'm 19 and we both missed the fun which is pretty
sad... Not just that, the music in this decades is mostly crap!
noveds07: I was 3yrs old when this was filmed... Just f'ng awesome.
pabluchostone: madison square garden?
Brian Allan: At 1:48, is Jagger pointing down at a fan trying to scale the stage?
England In June Productions: Kick Out The Jams M****F****ers - Keith and Charlie hit a monter
Kapernakus07: I swear I was born in the wrong era I'm 25 and I think the best music came
from the 60's I love this performance
LarryRickenbacker: Legend has it that Jimi and Janice were dancing behind that wall of Ampegs
during one of the MSG shows. Arguably the most Testosterone fueled riff
ever put on vinyl.
robsterino: It's awesome how Mick seemlessly controls that stage directing the tech to
fix the monitor on stage so he can hear Mick Jones' guitar. What a total
badass version of JJF!
Adrian Van Vorhees: 9 out of 10 in this NY crowd appear to be very uptight, It's like they went
to the show at the urging of a friend . . . Those 9/10 must be the
miserable unsmiling oldsters in my NYC neighb'.
mircea1910: "Welcome to the breakfast show!"
Johnny Knobbe: Mick Taylor misses a chord slightly at 1:31 and Jagger looks at him and
then leans over the monitor as if to ask Taylor if he can hear the monitors
ok. Taylor nods that he can and Jagger points to Richards to come front and
center to take the spotlight. Jagger hasn't yet obtained confidence in his
fairly new 20 year old lead guitarist. By the end of this concert Jagger's
concerns are gone and the Stones are on their way to earning the title of
"The Greatest Rock n Roll Band in the World".
jamal49: Just simply the best version of this song--EVER!
Mike Cannata: Mick Jones??? try Mick Taylor!!!! MLC
josephmalekzadeh: he's a pretty good guy....generous.
andrew slayton: hey is the mick jewgger???? [jamie] gotta be
David Bowers: 'I was crowned with a spike through my head '
jamal49: I have a vinyl recording of that tour and I tell you it's the BEST
"Midnight Rambler" I have ever heard or seen them do.
dragyourhalo: you said it, 72-73 tours were even better than this...somehow
cn854: Welcome to the breakfast show....
Jeff P: The beginning of the best of their new road entourage. Mick Taylor was
truly a wonderful addition to the band.
Jorge Marull: Great concert... I love to see the stones at this early stage of their
music career, you could feel the strength of their performance.
cactaceous: "grow up you hippy boys and girls" Ah, it's you who have to grow up
gangster. You're a 32 year old guy who comes in to videos of people you
don't like and say crap to get a reaction from people. Very mature. And by
the way a fan of Alien Ant farm should not be talking crap about anyone's
tastes except your own.
cactaceous: Not really. He became a heavy drug addict by being so young and hanging
around with Keith and Gram Parsons, that's why he quit. He was too freaked
up. he was great though. the best Stones albums were made with him. After
he quit the Stones have only made two good albums in 30 years.
David Bowers: My boys playing in the Garden!
Brian Allan: Check out the demeanor of Mick T. in this one, where he's just happy to be
a Rolling Stone, to his demeanor in the 1972 Ladies and Gentlemen vid of
Tumbling Dice, where he's too good for them. What a difference three years
as a rock star makes.
Keepsu: Mick Taylor mixing it up a little at 2:10. Oh yeah baby!
andrew slayton: this has to jamie from glendale road. gotta be
dragyourhalo: may i ask how you got that vinyl?
ebkvideos: Did I just hear the teacher from the movie Fast Times at Ridgemont High in
the beginning of this video? If so let me know. Let's see his name would be
Ray Walston what a great actor.
skychurchify: Long live the Stones!!
tou06: Absolutely !
albertinoRRT: Rock & Roll at it's purest and most RAW....gotta love it
three mile smile *cameltooth1*: He was probably happy to be playing when he joined. Years later, he
probably couldn't smell his own crap because they did so much cocaine and
zorbazig: Historical !!! For me , GYYY'sOUT is one of the top 5 albums of all times,
and of all styles of music !!! The Perfection !!! The symbol and archetype
of Rock'n'roll --------
SoberGeorge: Thanks for the post! Saw them in Phoenix in 1969 (I was just a baby)... Ike
and Tina Turner Review opened. The '69 tour was really a turning point for
the Stones in many ways, and it paved the way for the many stadium tours
that followed. Keith used a very unusual clear Lucite guitar during this
show... strange that I remember it, however I don't remember what kind it
jbstonesfan: @anonymouscrank 100% Correct..the Stones, to me the greetaest band oin
earth, have always had one of the worst fan bases of all the so called
Mr. Midshipman: I broke my pee pee and its swelled up, feel it nurse:)
tokaicarl: your dead right- most of the good music camefrom 60''s + early 70's
samysam121: like i said, i crapped myself when i heard this version lol.
bpdlmorrison: aguante los stones
Johnny Knobbe: 73 tour in Europe was better but it was never released officially so it
lacks the sound production quality of ya ya's.
Kaluszko1965: 1. it's in altamont , 2. greatest rock n' roll band ever
Mrmiles4: coka5841, why do you say this?
Do you know the lyrics for this song?
Stones in NYC 1969
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