The Rolling Stones - Live in Sydney 1973/02/26 - Audio - 12h show of the tour

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Incomplete audio soundboard extracted from CD "Happy birthday Nicky" (DAC-017 vol.2) Remastered by The Glimmer Stone.

Live at Royal Randwick Racecourse, Sydney, Australia, February 26th, 1973

00:00:00 Intro by The Glimmer Stone
00:00:34 Intro/Brown sugar
00:04:56 Bitch
00:09:13 Rocks off
00:13:05 Gimme shelter
00:18:32 Happy
00:21:24 Tumbling dice
00:25:43 Love in vain
00:31:36 Sweet Virginia
00:36:11 You can't always get what you want
00:43:16 Honky tonk women
00:46:21 All down the line
00:50:27 Midnight rambler
00:59:58 Band intro
01:00:56 Little Queenie
01:04:36 Rip this joint
01:06:43 Jumping Jack flash
01:10:09 Street fighting man

The Band:
Mick Jagger: vocals, harmonica
Keith Richards: guitar, vocals
Mick Taylor: guitar
Bill Wyman: bass
Charlie Watts: drums
Aditional musicians:
Ian Stewart: piano (sometimes on selected songs)
Bobby Keys: sax
Jim Price: trumpet, trombone
Nicky Hopkins: piano

1973 Australasian tour:
The Australasian tour 1973 was a concert tour of countries bordering the Pacific Ocean in January/February 1973. The tour is sometimes referred to as the Winter Tour 1973. However this title is misleading, as much of it took place in the Southern Hemisphere, where it was summer at the time. The tour was not associated with any album's release, but effectively was an extension of the Stones' infamous 1972 American S.T.P. Tour. The original intent was to play Australia and New Zealand, which had not seen the Stones since February and March 1966, as well as Japan, which had never seen the Stones at all. However, the Stones' 1972 American Tour had drawn worldwide press for its combustive mixture of group decadence and fan riots set amidst jet set hangers-on. This caused the Stones some serious drama for their Pacific visits in that visas and work permits might be hard to get. Accordingly, the Stones scheduled some shows in Hawaii first, as a fallback in case they could not get into certain countries. Hawaiian fans camped out on Christmas night 1972 in order to buy tickets. Stones fears were confirmed when on 4 January 1973 Australia's Immigration Ministry let it be known that one of the Stones, unnamed, was banned from entering the country. On 8 January the Japanese Foreign Ministry said Mick Jagger would not be allowed into their country due to his prior drugs convictions. On 9 January the Australians relented and said the Stones could enter. The Stones started the tour proper with the three shows over 21 January and 22 January in Hawaii, these were Mick Taylor's last shows as a Rolling Stone in the United States until a guest appearance at Kansas City in 1981. Next up on the schedule were a number of shows at the Budokan in Tokyo, running from 28 January to 1 February, for which 55,000 tickets had already been sold. But on 27 January, Japanese officials made a final confirmation of their decision to not let the Stones land; the shows were scrapped and the concert promoter had to refund all the tickets.Thus the first leg of the tour came to a close. Some sources state that a 5 February show in Hong Kong's Football Club Stadium was played, but this never took place. In any event the tour started up again for its second leg on 11 February with a single show in New Zealand, at Auckland's Western Springs Stadium. 14 February saw the first show in Australia, with Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth and Sydney being visited in turn, the last show being 27 February at Sydney's Royal Randwick Racecourse. The Brisbane show, which was held at the Milton Park Tennis Courts, was postponed twice due to poor weather. Australian fears may have been a little validated when the 21 February show at Adelaide's Memorial Drive Park found 5,000 Stones fans clashing with the local police, and 21 arrests were made. However, three days later high-profile Labor Party Immigration Minister Al Grassby said: "The Stones are an excellent example to Australian youth. I told them I was putting my faith in them and hoped they would do the right thing. I have no regrets that I let them in — yes, I went out on a limb to give them visas — to give a man a bad name and hang him is immoral and un-Australian."

The Tour:
21 January Honolulu, Hawaii
22 January Honolulu, Hawaii (2 shows)
11 February Auckland, New Zealand
14 February Brisbane, Australia
17 February Melbourne, Australia (2 shows)
18 February Melbourne, Australia
20 February Adelaide, Australia
21 February Adelaide, Australia
24 February Perth, Australia
26 February Sydney, Australia
27 February Sydney, Australia
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