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Performer: Rolling Stones
Genre: Rock / Pop
Album: Still Life (American Concert 1981)
Released: 2014
Style: Rock & Roll, Pop Rock, Classic Rock
MP3 version ZIP size: 1313 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1282 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1425 mb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 582

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Duke Ellington & His Orchestra* Intro: Take The A Train
Performer – Duke Ellington & His Orchestra*Written-By – B. Strayhorn*
2 The Rolling Stones Under My Thumb
Written-By – Mick Jagger / Keith Richards*
3 The Rolling Stones Let's Spend The Night Together
Written-By – Mick Jagger / Keith Richards*
4 The Rolling Stones Shattered
Written-By – Mick Jagger / Keith Richards*
5 The Rolling Stones Twenty Flight Rock
Written-By – Ned Fairchild
6 The Rolling Stones Going To A Go-Go
Written-By – Marvin Tarplin, Robert Rogers, Warren Moore, William Robinson*
7 The Rolling Stones Let Me Go
Written-By – Mick Jagger / Keith Richards*
8 The Rolling Stones Time Is On My Side
Written-By – Norman Meade
9 The Rolling Stones Just My Imagination (Running Away With Me)
Written-By – Norman Whitfield / Barrett Strong*
10 The Rolling Stones Start Me Up
Written-By – Mick Jagger / Keith Richards*
11 The Rolling Stones (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
Written-By – Mick Jagger / Keith Richards*
12 Jimi Hendrix Outro: Star Spangled Banner
Arranged By, Performer – Jimi HendrixWritten-By – Trad.*

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Promotone B.V.
  • Copyright (c) – Promotone B.V.
  • Licensed To – Universal International Music B.V.
  • Record Company – USM Japan
  • Marketed By – Universal Music LLC
  • Distributed By – Universal Music LLC
  • Recorded By – Record Plant Mobile Studio
  • Mixed At – Power Station
  • Mastered At – Masterdisk
  • Engineered At – FX Copyroom
  • Edited At – Sunrise Studio, Tokyo
  • Engineered At – Universal Music Studios, Tokyo
  • Engineered At – Victor Creative Media


  • Art Direction – Paula Scher
  • Bass – Bill Wyman (tracks: 2 to 11)
  • Coordinator [Artwork Coordinator] – Chihiro Nozaki, Takeshi Doke
  • Crew [Road Crew] – Alan Rogan, Chuck McGee*, Rob Davis
  • Drums – Charlie Watts (tracks: 2 to 11)
  • Edited By [In DSD] – Masaru Takagi
  • Engineer [Assistant] – Barry Bongiovi, David "DB" Brown*, Kooster MacAllister*, Larry Alexander, Malcolm Pollack, Phil Gitomer
  • Guitar, Vocals – Keith Richards (tracks: 2 to 11), Ron Wood (tracks: 2 to 11)
  • Keyboards – Ian McLagan (tracks: 2 to 11)
  • Liner Notes [Japanese, 2009] – Isao Inubushi
  • Liner Notes [Lyrics Translated By] – 狩野ハイディ*, 若月眞人*
  • Mastered By – Robert C. Ludwig*
  • Mixed By – Bob Clearmountain
  • Painting [Front Cover] – Kazuhide Yamazaki
  • Photography By – Ken Regan, Michael Halsband
  • Piano – Ian Stewart (tracks: 2 to 11)
  • Producer – The Glimmer Twins
  • Product Manager – Minoru Harada
  • Recorded By – Bob Clearmountain, David Hewitt
  • Research [Artwork Research] – Junichi Yamada
  • Research [Tape Research] – Mick McKenna
  • Saxophone – Ernie Watts (tracks: 2 to 11)
  • Transferred By [DSD Flat Transferred] – Mick McKenna, Richard Whittaker
  • Transferred By [From DSD] – Yumetoki Suzuki
  • Vocals, Guitar – Mick Jagger (tracks: 2 to 11)


"Take The A Train" is a studio recording.

The CD is housed in a mini gate-fold card sleeve replica of the original LP sleeve with original obi. Housed together with a booklet in a box with it's own obi.

On the front of the box:
Genuine Platinum SHM for audiophile only
Pure platinum reflective coating • SHM body • Turquoise blue label • High resolution cutting

From the back of the box:
℗© 2009 Promotone B.V., under exclusive license to Universal International Music B.V. USM Japan, a Universal Music Company.

From the inside of the gate-fold:
℗1982 Original sound recordings made by Promotone BV

From the inner sleeve:
Recorded [...] with the Record Plant remote (New York)
Mixed [...] at Power Station Studios
Assistant Engineers:
Malcolm Pollack, Barry Bongiovi and Larry Alexander (Power Station)
Phil Gitomer, Kooster McAllister and David "DB" Brown (Record Plant)

From the booklet:
DSD flat transferred from UK original analogue master tapes [...] at FX Copyroom, London, in 2011.
Edited in DSD [...] at Sunrise Studio, Tokyo, in 2011.
176.4Hz/24bit transferred from DSD [...] at Universal Music Studios, Tokyo, in 2014.
HR (High-Resolution) cutting from 176.4kHz/24bit at Victor Creative Media, in 2014.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4 988005 811578
  • Rights Society: JASRAC
  • Matrix / Runout (Mirror band): UICY-40052 H1T IFPI L236
  • Matrix / Runout (Mirror band x 4): [Universal Music logo]
  • Matrix / Runout (Mould/hub x 4): PLATINUM SHM
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L236
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 4011

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
COC 39113 The Rolling Stones Still Life (American Concert 1981) ‎(LP, Album) Rolling Stones Records COC 39113 US 1982
CUN 39115 The Rolling Stones Still Life (American Concert 1981) ‎(LP, Album, Gat) Rolling Stones Records CUN 39115 Singapore 1982
COC 39113 The Rolling Stones Still Life (American Concert 1981) ‎(LP, Album) Rolling Stones Records COC 39113 US 1982
COC 39114 The Rolling Stones Still Life (American Concert 1981) ‎(LP, Ltd, Pic) Rolling Stones Records COC 39114 US 1982
UICY-91502 Rolling Stones* Still Life (American Concert 1981) ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, SHM) Polydor, Rolling Stones Records UICY-91502 Japan 2009
I’m giving this a Five star rating which is very rare for me with live albums. It’s because I was at both of the shows that wrapped up Their 1981 North American Tour in a two night show close to my Hometown of Norfolk, Va. This was recorded at the infamous Hampton Coliseum, in Hampton Virginia, a favorite venue for The Grateful Dead as well as Phish, which I’ve seen many times their as well! What’s really interesting about this recording is that it’s the world's first pay-per-view live broadcast of a rock show. It was my only Rolling Stones concert I ever got to see and it was incredible.