Monday, December 17, 2012
The Rolling Stones: Some Girls Live In Texas '78 DVD/LP Review
The Rolling Stones’ tour for their 1978 album, Some Girls, is considered to be one of their very best. In a response to the aggression of punk and the bloated excess of disco, the album of the same name finds the band at their stripped down best. While the punks labeled many bands from the Stones’ generation dinosaurs, the Stones ended up showing the punks a thing or two about who pioneered snarling rock and roll. For the tour, the band played stadiums, arenas and small theaters. Fans in Forth Worth, TX, were treated to a small show at the Will Rogers Auditorium, which fortunately for us, was captured live on audio and video. The results make up the new DVD/LP collection, The Rolling Stones – Some Girls Live in Texas ’78.
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