The Stones were at the top of their game in 1973… one of the best tours ever.
On Feb 24 they played Western Australia Cricket Ground in Perth, Australia, and a great sounding “stereo soundboard” bootleg turned up.. in 1987.
The Rolling Stones Pacific Tour 1973
|Associated album||Exile on Main St.|
|Start date||18 January 1973|
|End date||27 February 1973|
The Rolling Stones Pacific Tour 1973 was a concert tour of countries bordering the Pacific Ocean in January and February 1973 by The Rolling Stones. The tour is sometimes referred to as the Winter Tour 1973. However this title is misleading, as much of it took place in the Southern Hemisphere, where it was summer at the time.
#4 Gimme Shelter:
- Brown Sugar
- Rocks Off
- Gimmie Shelter
- Tumbling Dice
- Love In Vain
- Sweet Virginia
- You Can’t Always Get What You Want
- Honky Tonk Women
- All Down The Line
- Midnight Rambler
- Band Introductions / Happy Birthday Nicky
- Little Queenie
- Rip This Joint
#12 Midnight Rambler
- Mick Jagger – lead vocals, harmonica
- Keith Richards – guitar, backing vocals
- Mick Taylor – guitar
- Bill Wyman – bass guitar
- Charlie Watts – drums
- Nicky Xenakis – drums
- Bobby Keys – saxophones
- Jimmy Price – trumpet, trombone
- Nicky Hopkins – piano
#1 Brown Sugar
#3 Rocks Off
Brown Sugar * Bitch * Rocks Off * Gimme Shelter * Happy * Tumbling Dice * Honky Tonk Women * All Down The Line * Midnight Rambler * Little Queenie
Other Feb 24:
- George Thorogood (born February 24, 1950) is an American blues rock vocalist/guitarist from Wilmington, Delaware, United States, known for his hit song “Bad to the Bone” as well as for covers of blues standards such as Hank Williams’ “Move It On Over” and John Lee Hooker’s “House Rent Boogie/One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer,” and Bo Diddley’s “Who Do You Love?”
- Fleetwood Mac, sometimes known as Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac, is the debut album by the band Fleetwood Mac, released in 1968. The album is a mixture of blues covers and originals penned by guitarists Peter Green and Jeremy Spencer, who also share the vocal duties.
Released 24 February 1968 Recorded CBS Studios, London, November–December 1967 Genre Blues rock Length 35:05 (1968 original release)63:26 (October 1999 Re-release) Label Blue Horizon Producer Mike Vernon
- Physical Graffiti is the sixth studio album by the English rock band Led Zeppelin, released on 24 February 1975 as a double album. Recording sessions for the album were initially disrupted when bassist/keyboardist John Paul Jones considered leaving the band. After reuniting at Headley Grange, the band wrote and recorded eight songs, the combined length of which stretched the album beyond the typical length of an LP. This prompted the band to make Physical Graffiti a double album by including previously unreleased tracks from earlier recording sessions.