Live at the Marquee Club, London, March 26 1971, except "Brown Sugar". Matrix, Runout (Runout Side A, Variant 1, Etched): ERDVLP086 A2 PHD +S BF80457-01-A1. Matrix, Runout (Runout Side B, Variant 1, Etched): ERDVLP086 B2 PHD BF80457-02-B1. Matrix, Runout (Runout Side A, Variant 2, Etched): ERDVLP086 A2 PHD 91 BF80457-01 A1. Matrix, Runout (Runout Side B, Variant 2, Etched): ERDVLP086 B2 PHD VV BF80457-01 B1.
Sleeve Notes: "In 1971 The Rolling Stones headlines the legendary Marquee Club in London for a taped TV special. A small audience witnessed a great concert in an intimate setting rarely undertaken by the band that has achieved superstar status. Among the numbers is "I Got The Blues" notably rendered live for the first time and won't be performed again until 1999, twenty-eight years later
Came in outer cardboard sleeve that holds two fat-boy plastic cases. Fat-Boy Case 1 - DVD + CD combo Live at the Marquee Club, London, March 26 1971, Fat-Boy Case 2 - CD 2 and CD 3 - The Brussels Affair, Live 1973, Forest National, Brussels, Belgium, October 17, 1973. CD+DVD Combo Live at the Marquee Club, London, March 26 1971 came with English (16pages, color) and Japanese (48 pages, black and white) booklets. 2CD The Brussels Affair, Live 1973, Forest National, Brussels, Belgium, October 17, 1973 came with English (16 pages, color) and Japanese (48 pages, black and white) booklets.
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On 26 March 1971, The Rolling Stones were at London’s Marquee Club to play their last UK gig for two years before an invited audience. Published on. March 26, 2019. They toured the UK, starting in Newcastle on 4 March, ending their 9-city tour, 10 days later, at London’s Roundhouse.
British rock and roll band The Rolling Stones are shown during their farewell performance at London's Marquee Club, Wardour Street, England, March 26, 1971. The band members are, from left, Mick Jagger, vocals; Mick Taylor, guitar; Keith Richards, guitar; and Charlie Watts, drums. The musician in background is unidentified. TAGS: The Rolling Stones. The show was filmed for American television and took place a month before the release of the Sticky Fingers album. The gig marked the live debut of album tracks, Brown Sugar, Dead Flowers, Bitch and I Got The Blues. It is the third release in the band’s From The Vault series, following on from the Live At The LA Forum and Hampton Coliseum. The release of From The Vault: The Marquee – Live In 1971 also coincides with the forthcoming Sticky Fingers deluxe reissue and the band’s North American tour dates.
The Rolling Stones' 1971 UK Tour was a brief concert tour of England and Scotland that took place over three weeks in March 1971. The Stones had not staged a tour proper in their homeland since autumn 1966. Now they were going out after having announced on the day of their first show that they were becoming tax exiles and decamping to the South of France, which they did shortly after finishing the tour. As a result, this tour was also called the Good-Bye Britain Tour or formulations thereof.
One of the legendary bootlegs in Rolling Stones lore, the 1971 gig at their old stomping ground of London's Marquee Club was recorded and filmed for broadcast on American television. Very little film footage was officially released and it sat unreleased until 2015, when the Stones Archive released the full performance on CD/DVD/Blu-ray to coincide with the deluxe reissue of Sticky Fingers.
|1||Live With Me|
|3||I Got The Blues (2 takes)|
|4||Let It Rock|
|7||Bitch (take 1)|
|9||Bitch (take 2)|
|10||Live With Me|
|12||I Got The Blues|
|13||Let It Rock|