The Rolling Stones 'Bridges To Bremen' concert from 1998 is their next archives DVD -
Rolling Stones Bridges To Bremen

Rolling Stones Bridges To Bremen

The Rolling Stones ‘Bridges To Bremen’ concert from 1998 is their next archives DVD

by Paul Cashmere on April 9, 2019

in News

The Rolling Stones to release Bridges To Bremen concert from 1998.

The Stones played Weserstadion, Bremen, Germany on 2 September 1998 as part of the Bridges to Babylon tour.

The setlist was:

(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction (from Out of our Heads, 1965)
Let’s Spend the Night Together (from Between the Buttons, 1967)
Flip the Switch (from Bridges to Babylon, 1997)
Gimme Shelter (from Let It Bleed, 1969)
Anybody Seen My Baby? (from Bridges to Babylon, 1997)
Paint It Black (from Aftermath, 1966)
Saint of Me (from Bridges to Babylon, 1997)
Out of Control (from Bridges to Babylon, 1997)
Memory Motel (from Black and Blue, 1976)
Miss You (from Some Girls, 1978)
Thief in the Night (from Bridges to Babylon, 1997)
Wanna Hold You (from Undercover, 1983)
It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll (But I Like It) (from It’s Only Rock ‘n Roll, 1974)
You Got Me Rocking (from Voodoo Lounge, 1994)
Like a Rolling Stone (from Stripped, 1995)
Sympathy for the Devil (from Beggars Banquet, 1978)
Tumbling Dice (from Exile on Main Street, 1972)
Honky Tonk Women (single, 1969)
Start Me Up (from tattoo You, 1981)
Jumpin’ Jack Flash (single, 1968)

You Can’t Always Get What You Want
Brown Sugar (from Sticky Fingers, 1971)

Stones info:

Bridges To Bremen is a full-length show performed by the Stones on the fifth and final leg of the Bridges To Babylon Tour. Filmed at the German city’s Weserstadion on September 2, 1998, the band had by then completed four legs in the stadiums and arenas of North America (twice), Asia and South America before finally landing in Europe early that summer.

Ever the innovators, Bridges To Babylon was a tour of firsts – the first time the band went on the road with a permanent B-stage, and also the first time where fans could vote on the band’s website for a track they wanted to hear at the show – Memory Motel in the case of the Bremen fans.

This concert film has been meticulously restored from the original masters, and the audio remixed and remastered from the live multitrack recordings. Four tracks from their Soldier Field performances in Chicago are included as bonus features.

Follow Noise11 on Twitter for news as it happens

For news as it happens follow Noise11 on Facebook

Listen to the Noise11 Music News channel now at iHeartRadio



Related Posts

Hillary Clinton
Hillary Clinton Reveals Favourite Beatle And When She Asked Keith Richards to Call Her Mother on Her Birthday

Hillary Clinton is a huge rock music fan and confessed to Howard Stern about her love for The Beatles and the Rolling Stones.

3 days ago
Eric Clapton Happy Xmas
Eric Clapton Creates New Christmas Video For ‘Everyday Will Be Like A Holiday’

Eric Clapton has quietly slipped out a new video for his Christmas song ‘Everyday Will Be Like A Holiday’.

3 days ago
Rolling Stones Let It Bleed
The Rolling Stones ‘Let It Bleed’ Was Released 50 Years Ago Today

The Rolling Stones iconic ‘Let It Bleed’ album has turned 50.

4 days ago
Berry Gordy
Stevie Wonder, Smokey Robinson Join Berry Gordy for opening of Berry Gordy Square

Sunset Boulevard and Argyle Avenue in Hollywood will hereby be known as Berry Gordy Square.

November 29, 2019
The Who, Roger Daltry and Pete Townshend . Photo by Ros O'Gorman
The Who Release Another Taste of Who

The Who have released another new song from ‘Who’, their first album in 13 years.

November 28, 2019
Tina Turner, music news,
Tina Turner Says She Is “Happy To Be An 80 Year Old Woman”

Tina Turner has recorded a video message for fans for her 80th birthday.

November 27, 2019
John Farnham welcomes Scott Whatley to his 50th Farnham gig at One Electric Day
Scott Whatley Clocks Up His 50th John Farnham Gig At One Electric Day

Scott Whatley is 36 years old. He has been going to John Farnham shows for 33 1/3 years Last weekend he clocked 50th Farnham gig at One Electric Day in Werribee.

November 27, 2019