10cf746e54 The Rolling Stones have followed this basic pattern since the early '80s -- if Keith had been able to get Mick out on the road to support Dirty Work, there damn well would have been a live record in 1987 -- stepping up the production rate in the '90s, eventually winding their way to No Security, a document of the Bridges to Babylon tour of 1997-1998. ^ Saulnier, Jason (8 April 2010). This article needs additional citations for verification. Which, again, doesn't make it any different than most Stones live records since Love You Live. Davis* (tracks: 6), Keith Richards (tracks: 1-8,10,11,13-15), Marianne Faithfull (tracks: 9), Mick Jagger (tracks: 1-8,10,11,13-15), Pierre De Beauport (tracks: 13), Taj Mahal (tracks: 6), Willie Dixon (tracks: 12) Notes All tracks from live performances at the Arena Amsterdam, River Plate Buenos Aires, Zeppelinfeld Nuremberg, TWA Dome in St.
(1972) Goats Head Soup (1973) It's Only Rock 'n Roll (1974) Black and Blue (1976) Some Girls (1978) Emotional Rescue (1980) Tattoo You (1981) Undercover (1983) Dirty Work (1986) Steel Wheels (1989) Voodoo Lounge (1994) Bridges to Babylon (1997) A Bigger Bang (2005) Live albums 'Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out!' (1970) Love You Live (1977) Still Life (1982) Flashpoint (1991) Stripped (1995) No Security (1998) Live Licks (2004) Shine a Light (2008) Brussels Affair (Live 1973) (2011) Some Girls: Live in Texas '78 (2011) Hampton Coliseum (Live 1981) (2012) L.A. There are also guest spots from Taj Mahal and Dave Matthews. Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic  Rolling Stone  . Billboard 200. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Personnel. This article is about the Rolling Stones live album. ..