Rolling Stones Bootleg Series: Leeds '82

This concert in Leeds' Roundhay Park was the final show of the band's tour for Tattoo You, which had begun over a year earlier. The crowd was massive, the band was tight, and Mick's pants were, well, equally tight. Multicolored, too.

Mick wasn't just making questionable fashion choices; as he explains in our accompanying video interview, the set list seems a bit baffling in retrospect, with band-pleasing covers such as The Miracles' "Going to a Go-Go" and Eddie Cochran's "Twenty Flight Rock" not necessarily guaranteed to keep the crowd's energy up. But as you can hear, the fans kept cheering throughout, and the band only got better, ending with a litany of hits from "Honky Tonk Women" to "Satisfaction." Visit Google Play now to hear all this and more. – Tim Quirk, Google Play


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