Monday March 16, 1998
Review by Toru Aoki
I couldn't get into the show. The negotiations with scalpers fell through.
However the wind was on my side. How luxurious it is to listen Stones in my
home! Wow, Bobby's sax on Brown Sugar shakes my house.
Start time : 6:55
End time : 9:10
The set list:
- Let's Spend The Night Together
- Flip The Switch
- Gimme Shelter
- Sister Morphine
- It's Only Rock'n Roll
- Saint Of Me
- Out Of Control
- Shine A Light (web choice)
- Miss You
-- Introductions --
- All About You (Keith)
- Wanna Hold You (Keith)
- Little Queenie (center stage)
- Let It Bleed (center stage)
- Like a Rolling Stone (center stage)
- Sympathy For The Devil
- Tumbling Dice
- Honky Tonk Women
- Start Me Up
- Jumping Jack Flash
- You Can't Always Get What You Want (encore)
- Brown Sugar (encore)
Also thanks to Takeshi Imaizumi for setlist details etc!
Review by Mitsugu Machida
Tonight, the Rolling Stones played as great as the second show. To me, what
made tonight's show impressive was Ronnie. His guitar sounded terrible for
the first show, terrific for the second show, and much greater and aggressive
tonight. This may be in part because they played a couple of songs that
featured his slide guitar: 'Sister Morphine' and 'Let It Bleed.' When they
played 'Sister Morphine' in Edmonton last year, the crowd surrounding me
chatted noisy and moved around for beer or something, I could not concentrate
on listening to the song. So I could not recall how it sounded, but tonight I
recognized how great it does.
For this Japan tour, I'm sorry that Keith's voice has been a little bit weak.
I hope he will hit us more strongly for the final show in Tokyo tomorrow. As
he has already played 'You Don't Have To Mean It,' 'Wanna Hold You,' 'Thief In
The Night' and 'All About You,' please give us 'How Can I Stop?' tomorrow,
The center stage excited us as always. As they play a different song every
night between 'Little Queenie' and 'Like A Rolling Stone,' I want them to play
'I Just Want To Make Love To You' or 'Crazy Mama' tomorrow.
Read all about the Bridges To Babylon tour in
the It's Only Rock'n Roll magazine. Next issue
IORR 32 out March 20, 1998.
It's Only Rock'n Roll 1998 -
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