From the Vault: Hyde Park 1969 [DVD]

  • Artist: The Rolling Stones
  • SKU: 4221806
  • Release Date: 07/24/2015
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97% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (28 out of 29)

Songs


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  • Midnight Rambler
  • (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
  • I’m Free
  • Eulogy
  • I’m Yours & I’m Hers
  • Jumpin’ Jack Flash
  • Honky Tonk Women
  • Love In Vain
  • Sympathy For The Devil


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97%
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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Captures a moment in history

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    AKAV
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    This release from the Stones' vault is more of a documentary than a concert. There are various scenes capturing the events of the day (Mick leaving home to go to the show, the band warming up before taking the stage) intertwined with songs from the concert. Most of the songs are incomplete and not all songs that were performed are shown. It's also unfortunate that guitars were sometimes out of tune, most notably during Satisfaction. Still, this is an insightful document of Mick Taylor's first gig with the Stones and the beginning of their classic 1969-1973 era. The movie could be better, but it's better than not having anything at all from this historic event. Thus, while Hyde Park may not be played as much as other Stones videos, it is a worthy addition to any fan's collection. Like other Stones From the Vault releases, the audio and video quality is as good as it can be given the vintage source footage. Nice stereo mix!

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Saturday with the Stones in Hyde Park!

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    cinerama
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    The Rolling Stones gave a free concert on July 5, 1969 in Hyde Park, London.This marked the debut of Mick Taylor on guitar, replacing Brian Jones (who died two days earlier). The performance is incendiary, to say the least. The band performs typical concert staples like Satisfaction, Jumping Jack Flash, and Honky Tonk Women. But the highlight for me is an epic Sympathy for the Devil. This is a remarkable snapshot of the a legendary band at its peak. Highly recommended.

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    1969 Rolling Stones Their first show since 1967

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    rockninillinois
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    This Hyde Park show was special in many ways. Not only was Mick Taylor new to the band, Brian Jones had just died, and there is a very special version of Sympathy for the Devil. Perhaps the best performance of that song ever. There are the first performances of songs from Let it Bleed, and a very entertaining Charlie Watts on drums. Early Stones American fans will be thrilled to see and own the Hyde Park show, it they have not already seen it.

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  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Good Rolling Stones early footage

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    w4rp1g
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    This DVD takes you back in time to When Rolling Stones were trying to get thru the tragic death of Brian Jones and play a huge free festival.I really like watching them play the old stuff live but what i didn't know was this was more of a documentary than a full live concert. It was still very interesting to go back in that era and learn about things that i was too young to know about when it happened.

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    A Great Part of Rolling Stones history

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    RockininIllinois
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    This release is a concert the Stones played only 2 days after the death of Brian Jones. It is the first public performance with Mick Taylor on guitar. It also is one of the best live performances of Sympathy For the Devil. Fans of the early Stones will love this show. 1969 was a long time ago, but this concert a great piece of Rolling Stones history. Jagger is as good as ever in this show.

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  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    That OTHER Stones concert w/ Hell's Angel security

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    alex4
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    This is as much about the death of Brian Jones and late Sixties rock festivals as it is about the music itself. But it IS the first Stones performance with Mick Taylor, albeit a shaky one. Still, you get a one-time-only performance of "I'm Your's & I'm Hers" and a unique version of "Sympathy for the Devil" ... No bonus features, though.

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Its the Stones

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    BBC123
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    Its the Stones, so it has to be great. This is a great look back in time as the Stones were moving into a really amazing time in their career. Addressing the loss of Brian Jones, but also introducing Mick Taylor. Stones fan or not, this is great stuff.

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  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Classic Stones

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    DixonHill
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    Another in the series of From the Vault Rolling Stones concerts. Hyde Park is a bit short and isn't the highest sound and video quality. It is still the Stones just entering their peak period, so it is a must for any Stones fan.

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