Brussels Affairs

Brussels Affairs

Brussels Affairs

Brussels Affairs est un album pirate des Rolling Stones sorti en 1973.

Interdits sur le territoire français à cause d'affaires de drogues, les Rolling Stones ne peuvent pas jouer en France dans le cadre de leur tournée européenne. Ils décident alors d'organiser un concert à Bruxelles en octobre 1973 pour le public français (la radio RTL affrétera un train depuis Paris spécialement pour l'occasion).

Ce bootleg est l'un des plus mythiques des Rolling Stones en raison de la qualité du son et de la prestation du groupe, alors au meilleur de sa forme.

Liste des pistes

  1. Brown Sugar
  2. Gimme Shelter
  3. Happy
  4. Tumbling Dice
  5. Dancing With Mr. D
  6. Angie
  7. You Can't Always Get What You Want
  8. Midnight Rambler
  9. Honky Tonk Woman
  10. All Down The Line
  11. Rip This Joint
  12. Jumping Jack Flash
  13. Street Fighting Man
  14. Starfucker (Star Star)
  • Portail du rock Portail du rock
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