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Google Play: The Rolling Stones Part 4 Tokyo Dome

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Published on Jul 10, 2012

Get "Miss You" free from Google Play: http://goo.gl/xTGUl

Japanese authorities wouldn't allow the Rolling Stones into the country until 1990's Steel Wheels tour, so by the time Tokyo fans got to see them the danger of the '60s, the decadence of the '70s, and the acrimony of the '80s were all well behind the band. On their first tour in seven years (and their last with original bassist Bill Wyman), the Stones were in what Keith Richards describes as a "joyous" mood.

That sense of glee is palpable on the many new numbers ("Sad, Sad, Sad" features some particularly fiery riffing from Keith), but it also infuses many of the old hits, as you can hear on the free download of "Miss You." The massive stage and global tour set the template for the next two decades of live Stones: elaborate mechanics and set lists full of hits, expertly performed. You can purchase the complete show for just $4.99: http://goo.gl/xTGUl

Part One of our Mick and Keith interview, and get an exclusive concert from 1973: http://goo.gl/gTF6y
Part Two of our Mick and Keith interview, and get an exclusive concert from 1981: http://goo.gl/1SmqR
Part Three of our Mick and Keith interview, and get an exclusive concert from 1975: http://goo.gl/M1Por
Look for parts 5 & 6 of our Stones Interview series by subscribing to Google Play's YouTube Channel: http://goo.gl/UX1U4

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