The Rolling Stones - Live In Estadio Vincente Calderon Madrid, Spain. 27 June 2003 album FLAC
Apertura del concierto de los Rolling Stones en el Estadio Vicente Calderón de Madrid, el 7 de julio de. .
The Vicente Calderón Stadium was the home stadium of Atlético Madrid since its completion in 1966 to 2017, with a current seating capacity of 54,907 and located on the banks of the Manzanares, in the Arganzuela district of Madrid, Spain. The stadium was originally called the Estadio Manzanares, but this was later changed to the Vicente Calderón Stadium, in honour of their long-term President Vicente Calderón.
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Estadio Vicente Calderón officially opened on the 2nd of October 1966 with a league match between Atlético and Valencia (1-1), though construction of the main stand had not been finished yet due to funding problems. The stadium was finally completed in 1970, and then counted with a capacity of 62,000 seats and no standing areas, which made Estadio Vicente Calderón the first large all-seater stadium in Europe. The last match at Estadio Vicente Calderon was played on 27 May 2017 when Barcelona and Alaves squared off for the Copa del Rey final. Six days earlier, Atletico had played their last match at the stadium: a league match versus Athletic (3-1).
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Recorded on November 27 and 28, 1969, The Rolling Stones’ ‘Get Your Yas Yas Out’ was the first live album to reach N. on UK charts in September. Richard Harris Takes A Stroll Through MacArthur Park On ‘A Tramp Shining’. Louis Armstrong’s ‘West End Blues’, The Day Jazz Changed Forever. Follow The Rolling Stones’ Live playlist for more classic Stones live performances. King BB King Chuck Berry Get Yer Ya Yas Out Ike Turner Jimi Hendrix On The Road On This Day reDiscovered Albums Rock The Rolling Stones.
|1-3||Start Me Up||4:32|
|1-4||You Got Me Rocking||4:02|
|1-7||You Can't Always Get What You Want||7:23|
|1-9||Tumbling Dice / Band Introductions||9:16|
|1-10||Thru And Thru||6:39|
|1-12||Sympathy For The Devil||8:21|
|2-1||Mannish Boy (B-stage)||5:38|
|2-2||Street Fighting Man (B-stage)||4:54|
|2-3||Like A Rolling Stone (B-stage)||5:16|
|2-5||It's Only Rock'n Roll||4:49|
|2-6||Honky Tonk Women||4:21|
|2-7||(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction||7:43|
|2-8||Jumping Jack Flash||7:46|
|Madrid, ESP 6/16/90 @ Estadio Vincente Calderon|
|2-10||Almost Hear You Sigh||5:28|
|Keith Richards & The X-Pensive Winos: Madrid, ESP 12/14/92 @ Aqualung|
|2-11||Take It So Hard||4:22|
|Mick Taylor: Madrid, ESP 3/5/97 @ La Sala|
|2-12||You Gotta Move||12:54|
- Recorded At – Estadio Vicente Calderón
- Recorded At – Sala Aqualung