From the Vault: Hyde Park 1969
Release Date: July 24, 2015
2. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
3. I'm Free
5. I'm Yours & I'm Hers
6. Jumpin' Jack Flash
7 Honky Tonk Women
8. Love in Vain
9. Sympathy For The Devil
About the Album
The Rolling Stones’ iconic performance at Hyde Park on July 5, 1969 was on of the most highly anticipated concerts of the year.
After taking two years off from the road, the show was the band’s big return to the live stage. It was the public’s first introduction to their new guitar player, Mick Taylor. The band also paid homage to the late Brian Jones, who had passed just two days earlier.
Over 400,000 fans gathered for the free concert in Hyde Park.
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