Friday, March 24, 2017

The Rolling Stones 1975-07-13 The Forum, Inglewood, CA

Rolling Stones
July 13, 1975
The Forum, Inglewood, CA

Lineage: Millard Master > VHS > DAT > CDR(x) > EAC/Flac frontend > flac8 

01 Fanfare For The Common Man
02 Honky Tonk Women
03 All Down The Line
04 If You Can't Rock Me/Get Off My Cloud
05 Star Star
06 Gimme Shelter
07 Ain't To Proud To Beg
08 You Gotta Move
09 You Can't Always Get What You
10 Happy
11 Tumbling Dice
12 Band Introductions
13 It's Only Rock'n Roll

01 Doo Doo Doo Heartbreaker
02 Fingerprint File
03 Angie
04 Wild Horses
05 That's Life (Billy Preston)
06 Outta Space (Billy Preston)
07 Brown Sugar
08 Midnight Rambler
09 Rip This Joint
10 Street Fighting Man
11 Jumpin' Jack Flash
12 Sympathy For The Devil

Mick Jagger    - Vocals
Keith Richards - Guitar, Vocals
Ian Stewart    - Piano
Billy Preston  - Keyboards
Ron Wood       - Guitar
Charlie Watts  - Drums
Ollie Brown    - Percussion
Bill Wyman     - Bass

*** Do not encode to MP3 or other lossy formats ***


This appears to be a complete show.  All track transitions
appear normal both to the ear and eye.  The set list is a
little different from the other '75 Forum shows.  There appears
to have been some equipment problem after "Tumbling Dice"
causing Mike to stall for while then do the band introductions
before "It's Only Rock and Roll" instead of after it.  It also
appears that most bootlegs do not include Billy Preston's two
songs which are present here.

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The tour was called the “1975 Tour Of The Americas”
but as the South American leg was cancelled, and a
few more U.S dates was added the name is a bit misleading.

The´75 tour was interesting in many aspects, the Stones
had not toured for almost two years and Mick Taylor had
left the band just before the first recording sessions
for the Black& Blue album. To make a tour without him must
have been a big challenge as he had become a very important
part in the Stones sound, especially during live shows. I
think the decision to add a percussion player (Ollie Brown)
and to use both Billy Preston and Ian Stewart was a smart way
to fill the gap. This tour was also the first of three 75, 76,
and 78 when they performed without a brass section in the
regular line-up. Ron Wood from The Faces was hired as Mick
Taylor’s replacement, and he made this summer tour with The
Stones in between The Faces two last tours. When The Faces
broke up after the1975 autumn tour he could join as a permanent
member. But I think that Ronnie was an employee until 1992!
My ambition with this document is to make a guide to all the
1975 shows that have been released either on regular CDs or
by well known CDR companies in the bootleg jungle of The Rolling
Stones live shows. Most of the CDs are done from audience tapes,
just a few soundboard recordings can be found on the market
(no one is perfect)           



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