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Gimme Shelter (2000, original release: 1969)


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Published: [S.l.] : Criterion Collection, c2000
Series: Criterion collection
Edition:  Uncensored 30th Anniv. version, remastered and restored
Description:  1 videodisc (91 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
ISBN/ISSN: 0780023811,
Language:  English

Videodisc release of the 1969 concert film

Special features: Never-before-seen performances of the Rolling Stones at Madison Square Garden in 1969; audio commentary by directors Albert Maysles, Charlotte Zwerin, and collaborator Stanley Goldstein; excerpts from KSAN Radio's Altamont wrap-up; original and re-release theatrical trailers; filmographies for Maysles Films; restoration demonstration

The Rolling Stones, Tina Turner, The Flying Burrito Bros., Jefferson Airplane

A documentary of the Rolling Stones' 1969 tour of the United States, focusing on a free concert at the Altamont Speedway in California where a young man was killed during violence between the crowd and the Hell's Angels hired to "keep order." A disturbing portrait of one aspect of the rock and drug culture of the late 60's


The Rolling Stones: Jumping Jack Flash -- (I can't get no) Satisfaction -- You gotta move -- Wild horses -- Brown sugar -- Love in vain. Tina Turner: I've been loving you too long. The Rolling Stones: Honky tonk women -- Street fighting man. The Flying Burrito Bros.: Six days on the road. Jefferson Airplane: The other side of this life. The Rolling Stones: Sympathy for the Devil -- Under my thumb -- Street fighting man -- Gimme shelter

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