The Rolling Stones: No Security
The Rolling Stones are back with another title in their long running “From The Vault” series.
This time out the band has released a stellar show recorded in San Jose, CA from 1999 during their “No Security” tour. This concert is of particular importance as it marks the first time the band had performed LIVE in San Jose since 1965.
The 34 years that passed between shows had not slowed the band down one bit as they plowed through a 20 song set list with the power and fury that has made them the greatest rock ‘n’ roll band in the world.
Eagle Rock Entertainment has once again done a superb job – the sound and picture are of the highest caliber and you will feel like you are on stage with the band. “No Security. San Jose ’99” is hands down one of the best live concerts videos the band has ever released and is a must for any music fan.
-Rolling Stones No Security Track Listing-
Jumpin’ Jack Flash
You Got Me Rocking
Honky Tonk Woman
I Got The Blues
Saint Of Me
Paint It Black
You Got The Silver
Before They Make Me Run
Out Of Control
Get Off Of My Cloud
It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll (But I Like It)
Start Me Up
Sympathy For The Devil
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