THE ROLLING STONES – Gimme Shelter [Bridges To Buenos Aires: Blu-Ray]
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VIDEO INFO: The sublime Lisa Fischer helped make this a defining track of the tour by consistently blowing the roof off with it as shown in this lift from the fifth of five Argentina shows, recorded during the ‘Bridges To Babylon’ carnival; 5 April 1998. The full set was released on Blu-Ray (and various other formats) today by Eagle Vision as ‘Bridges to Buenos Aires’ and if justification were needed for its appearance so soon after the ‘Bridges To Bremen’ set that was released earlier this year from the same tour with a near identical setlist, it would be the contrasting enthusiasm of the audience who convincingly prove that the reputation of South American and particularly Argentinian crowds as the best in the world, is one that is well deserved!
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