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  • Band / Artist
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  • Rolling Stones
  • 2015-06-12
  • Untitled (Roland R-05)
  • Citrus Bowl
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  • Orlando
  • FL
  • USA
  • FLAC
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  • Rec 4
  • Very Good
  • Floridian
  • 22nd June 2015
  • Taper - Unknown
					
  • The Rolling Stones June 12, 2015 (Friday) Orlando, Florida The Citrus Bowl Taper: Mr. Foo <--> The Tootsiehead Gear: SP-CMC-8 > SP-PREAMP > (line in) SONY PCM-M10 > Audacity (track splitting) > Xact Location: On the floor about halfway back, a bit left of center stage. Well-behaved audience around me. 01. Intro 02. Jumpin’ Jack Flash 03. It’s Only Rock ‘N’ Roll (But I Like It) 04. All Down The Line 05. Tumbling Dice 06. Doom And Gloom 07. Bitch 08. Moonlight Mile 09. She’s So Cold 10. Honky Tonk Women 11. Band Introductions 12. Before They Make Me Run 13. Happy 14. Midnight Rambler 15. Miss You 16. Gimme Shelter 17. Start Me Up 18. Sympathy For The Devil 19. Brown Sugar 20. You Can’t Always Get What You Want 21. (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction I had bad vibes on the drive to the concert because the weather forecast called for 80 to 100 percent chance of rain during the show. Thankfully, we got not one drop of rain, and there was a nice breeze. I saw the Stones only once before in Birmingham, Alabama, in 1994, so I figured if I wanted to see them again now was the time. Mick was full of energy throughout the show, and the crowd couldn’t get enough. There were bum notes from Keith from time to time, but no one seemed to care. It’s clear that 2015 is not 1972, but they’re still getting it done. I was hoping for “Street Fighting Man,” but “She’s So Cold” was nice. Let me know what you think of the quality.