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ROLLING STONES NIGHT #2 (6/21/13)
Posted 6/24/2013 11:10:00 AM

A HUGE jaw-dropping, show-stopping..."WOW!!!"

Friday night The Fantastic Rolling Stones delivered the final show of their Philadelphia touring life. From the early days at Convention Hall, to their legendary '70s Spectrum shows, as well as many great gigs at JFK Stadium and The Vet, the band has always left a wake of delirious and joyous fans. And now...it's over...

 

Here the Stones;' setlist from their "Last Time" in Philadelphia:

Get Off My Cloud (Keith's axe change from Gibson on Tuesday to Telecaster on Friday made this one crackle with energy!)

It’s Only Rock and Roll

Paint It Black

Gimme Shelter (Got to see the full Lisa on Mick on Lisa exchange on Friday...wowser!)

Under the Boardwalk (with Aaron Neville - this was a great choice for a Mick/Aaron duet! And on the first night of Summer no less!)

When the Whip Comes Down (Breaking out the whip! Great choice!)

Emotional Rescue

Doom and Gloom

One More Shot

Can’t You Hear Me Knocking (Mick Taylor drives the bus up to and over the cliff with his extended solo...KILLER STUFF!)

Honky Tonk Women (Missed the video that played on the big screen for this one on Tuesday. The juxtaposition of gorillas as pilots and the HTW as King King was brilliant!)

You Got the Silver

Happy (Keith made Philly 'happy' by giving them this one on his final night on stage with The Stones in Philly!)

Midnight Rambler (Once again, this song was the launching pad for the final stretch of the show)

Miss You

Start Me Up

Tumbling Dice (The pix of this song, showing the tongues turning to dice is some incredible stuff!)

Brown Sugar (Sticky and sweeeeet!!!)

Sympathy For The Devil (Always a classic set closer!)

 

Encore:

You Can’t Always Get What You Want

Jumpin’ Jack Flash

Satisfaction

 

And then, there they were, arms locked at center stage, saying "Goodbye," to all of us, many of whom have been seeing them since the '60s... A joyous parting, for sure!

Posted By: Ray Koob  

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  1. daneyguy posted on 07/01/2013 08:26 AM
    From sound check to encore, they delivered a show that Is by far my favorite show I've ever seen. Possibly will ever.
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