The Rolling Stones - From the Vault: Live in Leeds 1982 (3 LP+DVD) Box Set

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A2Under My Thumb

A3When The Whip Comes Down

A4Let’s Spend The Night Together


B1Black Limousine

B2Just My Imagination

B3Twenty Flight Rock

B4Going To A Go Go

B5Let Me Go


C1Time Is On My Side

C2Beast Of Burden

C3You Can’t Always Get What You Want

D1Little T & A


D3Tumbling Dice

D4She’s So Cold

D5Hang Fire


E1Miss You

E2Honky Tonk Women

E3Brown Sugar

E4Start Me Up

F1Jumpin’ Jack Flash

F2(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction



DVD-2Under My Thumb

DVD-3When The Whip Comes Down

DVD-4Let’s Spend The Night Together



DVD-7Black Limousine

DVD-8Just My Imagination

DVD-9Twenty Flight Rock

DVD-10Going To A Go Go

DVD-11Let Me Go

DVD-12Time Is On My Side

DVD-13Beast Of Burden

DVD-14You Can’t Always Get What You Want

DVD-15Little T & A


DVD-17Tumbling Dice

DVD-18She’s So Cold

DVD-19Hang Fire

DVD-20Miss You

DVD-21Honky Tonk Women

DVD-22Brown Sugar

DVD-23Start Me Up

DVD-24Jumpin’ Jack Flash

DVD-25(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction

Leeds is the site of one of the Rolling Stones' classic '70s bootlegs -- later officially released as part of a Super Deluxe reissue of Sticky Fingers -- and if From the Vault: Live in Leeds 1982 isn't as epochal as Get Yer Leeds Lungs Out!, this double-CD/DVD set nevertheless has its own merits. In a sense, this 1982 tour represents the conclusion of the Rolling Stones' third act, the time when they remained at the vanguard of stadium rock, still releasing chart-conquering albums and filling out arenas around the world. True, they'd continue to move tickets for another three-plus decades, but with Steel Wheels they'd move to the level of heritage act. Here, they were an overblown version of the band that made Get Yer Leeds Lungs Out!, minus the sly blues licks of Mick Taylor but benefiting from the ancient weaving of Ron Wood and Keith Richards, not to mention a dose of the new wave spirit that even invigorates the back-to-basics rock that peppers this set: covers abound, including Eddie Cochran and the Miracles, not to mention such down-and-dirty recent originals as "Neighbours," "Black Limousine," "Little T & A," and "Hang Fire." "Start Me Up" was recent enough to close the set, not open it, but the real story is the reliance on such sleazy oldies as "Under My Thumb" and "Let's Spend the Night Together," tunes that find their match with "When the Whip Comes Down," and the whole thing adds up to a riotous good time. [From the Vault was released as a four-LP set in 2016.] ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine

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