Ladies and Gentlemen: The Rolling Stones is a concert movie featuring the British rock band The Rolling Stones that was first released in 1974. Directed by Rollin Binzer and produced by Binzer and Marshall Chess, it was filmed in 16mm by Bob Freeze and Steve Gebhardt of Butterfly Films (which was owned by John Lennon) during four shows in Fort Worth and Houston, Texas from the band's 1972 North American Tour in support of their classic 1972 album Exile on Main St.
Set list The tracks in the film followed the running order of a typical setlist of the 1972 tour, with no original dating earlier than 1968. "Dead Flowers" was played at one of the filmed shows in Fort Worth but only occasionally elsewhere on the tour and "Rocks Off," played at all of the 1972 tour shows was notably absent from the film. All songs written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, except for "Love in Vain" by Robert Johnson, and "Bye Bye Johnny" by Chuck Berry. "Brown Sugar" "Bitch" "Gimme Shelter" "Dead Flowers" "Happy" "Tumbling Dice" "Love in Vain" "Sweet Virginia" "You Can't Always Get What You Want" "All Down the Line" "Midnight Rambler" "Bye Bye Johnny" "Rip This Joint" "Jumpin' Jack Flash" "Street Fighting Man" Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ladies_and_Gentlemen:_The_Rolling_Stones Duration:82minVideo-Source: Adelin Cazanacli-Visit his channel