Still Life (Remastered)
Still Life (American Concert 1981) to give the album its full title, was released in the summer of 1982, just as the group were headlining stadiums across Europe, and also made the Top 5 on both sides of the Atlantic.
Arguably the Stones’ most commercially-successful live recording to date, it spawned two hit singles, their infectious take on The Miracles’ Going To A Go-Go, and their revival of Jerry Ragovoy’s Time Is On My Side, popularized by Irma Thomas and first recorded by the group in 1964.
It also includes a swaggering cover of Eddie Cochran’s Twenty Flight Rock as well as romps through the Stones 60s classics (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction, Under My Thumb and Let’s Spend The Night Together.
Now remastered and sounding better than ever!
- CD Album