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February 06, 2006

Rolling Stones Super Bowl XL: The Beatles Were Right


The Beatles Shea Stadium 1965
The Beatles in their closing years decided to stop performing outdoor concerts. Even though the gig in Shea Stadium was a success.

The Fab Four said the music didn't sound the same.


The Rolling Stones
Although the roof covered the Stones' performance in the stadium last night in Detroit, the singing didn't sound the same.

Your Business Blogger saw the Rolling Stones North American Tour, in Norfolk, Virginia on July 5, 1972.

The Stones didn't sound the same. Now compared to then.

And it doesn't really matter.


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Thank you (foot)notes:

My dad got me Stones tickets. Courtesy: United States Navy, I think. (How did he do that?) (I don't think I ever thanked him.) Too late now. That matters.

Posted by Jack at February 6, 2006 06:56 AM

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Mick Jagger seemed full of himself, he is a rock star in the true sense of the word, and I'm okay with that. I thought the Stones sounded very satisfied even though they were saying they lacked it.

Posted by: Terry at February 6, 2006 05:47 PM

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