Mick Jagger, “Osaka 1988, First Night” (No Label) Live At Osaka-Jo Hall, Osaka, Japan, 15th March, 1988 Disk One – Opening / Honky Tonk Women / Throwaway / Bitch / Lets Spend The Night Together / Lonely At The Top / Beast Of Burden / Tumbling Dice / Miss You ...
Mick Jagger “Solo Mixes” [SODD 135] Hard Woman (New version from ‘Hard Woman’ single) / Just Another Night (Extended Version) / Lucky In Love (Extended Version) / State Of Shock ( with Michael Jackson, Dance Mix ) / Throwaway (Remix) / Let’s Work ( Dance Mix from ‘Let’s Work’ single) ...
The Prince’s Trust Concert 1986 Complete (Beano-067) Wembley Arena, London, England – June 20th, 1986 Disc 1 (77:34): Introduction, God Save The Queen, Wonderland (Big Country), Fields Of Fire (Big Country), Look Away (Big Country), Chance (Big Country), In A Big Country (Big Country), Tom’s Diner (Suzanne Vega), Cracking (Suzanne ...
Foxy Nights (no label) Mick Jagger Foxy Nights is a good follow-up to 2 Nights In Dome (no label) released just after Christmas in 2009. The new four disc set presents the two Nagoya shows from Jagger’s Japan tour in 1988. It forms a bit of continuity with the older release because Nagoya directly followed Tokyo on the ...
Gimme Shelter (Apocalypse Sound AS 186) Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame 25th Anniversary Concert, Madison Square Garden, New York, NY – October 30th, 2009: Vertigo, Magnificent, Because The Night (w/Bruce Springsteen and Patti Smith), I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For (w / Bruce Springsteen), Gimme Shelter (w ...
Wembley Station (Godfather Records GR 488) Wembley Stadium, London, England – August 15th, 2009 (77:25): Intro: Kingdom, Breathe, Get On Your Boots, Magnificent, Until the End of the World, I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For, City of Blinding Lights, Vertigo, I’ll Go Crazy If I Don’t Go Crazy Tonight (remix), Sunday Bloody Sunday, Ultraviolet, With ...
2 Nights In Dome (no label) The deepening rift and the breakup of the Rolling Stones in the late eighties can in part be attributed to the modest success Mick Jagger’s frist solo album She’s The Boss enjoyed in 1985. Primitive Cool, the follow up released late in 1987, didn’t ...