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Live Licks: The Rolling Stones On Tour 2002-2003

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The Rolling Stones

Label: Virgin Records
Released: 2004
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Track Listing

1. Brown Sugar; 2. Street Fighting Man; 3. Paint It, Black; 4. You Can't Always Get What You Want; 5. Start Me Up; 6. It's Only Rock N' Roll; 7. Angie Jagger, Richards; 8. Honky Tonk Women Jagger, Richards; 9. Happy Jagger, Richards; 10. Gimme Shelter; 11. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction; 12. Neighbours; 13. Monkey Man; 14. Rocks Off; 15. Can't You Hear Me Knocking; 16. That's How Strong My Love Is; 17. The Nearness of You; 18. Beast of Burden; 19. When the Whip Comes Down; 20. Rock Me, Baby; 21. You Don't Have to Mean It; 22. Worried About You; 23. Everybody Needs Somebody to Love.

Personnel

The Rolling Stones
The Rolling Stones

band/orchestra

Additional Personnel / Information

Mick Jagger: vocals, keyboards and harp; Keith Richards: guitar and vocals; Charlie Watts: drums; Ronnie Wood: guitars; Darryl Jones: bass guitar; Chuck Leavell: keyboards; Bernard Fowler: backing vocals; Lisa Fischer: backing vocals; Blondie Chaplin: backing vocals; Bobby Keys: tenor saxophone; Tim Ries: saxophone/keyboards; Michael Davis: trombone; Kent Smith: trumpet; Sheryl Crow; Solomon Burke


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