The Rolling Stones - Live in Chicago 1998/04/23 - Video - 32nd show of the tour.

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Almost complete show extracted from DVD "Chicago - April 23, 1998" (MfG 22) (good audience recording) and mixed with very good audience tape. "You can´t always get what you want" and "Brown Sugar" are missing.

This is the next to last show for the North American part of the 1998 tour, it´s estimated that the shows were attended by approximately 4,500,000 people, beating his own record for the 1994 tour (Voodoo Lounge tour).

Live at United Center, Chicago, USA, April 23rd, 1998.
00:00:00 Intro by The Glimmer Stone
00:00:49 Satisfaction
00:05:54 Let’s Spend The Night Together
00:10:41 Flip The Switch
00:14:52 Gimme Shelter
00:22:21 Sister Morphine
00:28:50 You Got Me Rocking
00:32:46 Saint Of Me
00:38:28 Out Of Control
00:46:36 Miss You
00:56:22 Band intro
01:00:52 Thief In The Night
01:07:32 Wanna Hold You
01:14:18 Little Queenie
01:18:48 I Just Want To Make Love To You
01:24:46 Like A Rolling Stone
01:30:26 Sympathy For The Devil
01:37:38 Tumbling Dice
01:42:38 Honky Tonk Women
01:47:24 Start Me Up
01:51:59 Jumping Jack Flash
01:59:07 You Can’t Always Get What You Want (cut)
Brown Sugar (missing)

The 1998 "Bridges to Babylon Tour":
Staged in support of their album "Bridges to Babylon" released on September 29th in 1997. The tour grossed over $274 million, becoming the second-highest-grossing tour at that time, behind their own Voodoo Lounge Tour of 1994/1995.The tour was announced in a press conference held beneath the Brooklyn Bridge in New York City. The production was designed by Mark Fisher, Charlie Watts, Mick Jagger and Patrick Woodroffe. The show opened with a circular central screen exploding with fireworks. The stage design included a 46 m (150 ft) long telescoping cantilever bridge that extended from the main stage to a 'B' stage in the center of the field.
One of the innovations was a "web vote" – fans who purchased a ticket could vote for a song they wanted to hear. If a song was picked by the web vote 4 shows in a row it became a permanent part of the set list ("Gimme Shelter" was added early on in the tour and "Under My Thumb" came one shy of 4 on 6 occasions, but never was requested for 4 consecutive shows)
The Bridges to Babylon Tour was the second-highest-grossing tour at the time, behind their own record-breaking 1994–1995 Voodoo Lounge Tour. It was believed 4.57 million people attended the tour over the 108 shows, 2.02 million in Europe, 2.09 million in North America, 348,000 in Argentina and Brazil, and 200,000 in Japan. The tour reached 25 countries and is the second–largest North American tour of all time, second to the Rolling Stones 2005/2007 "A Bigger Bang Tour".

The tour:
14/01/1998 New York USA
16/01/1998 New York USA
17/01/1998 New York USA
21/01/1998 Honolulu Hawai
23/01/1998 Honolulu Hawai
24/01/1998 Honolulu Hawai
28/01/1998 Vancouver, Canada
30/01/1998 Portland, USA
31/01/1998 Portland, USA
03/02/1998 San Diego, USA
07/02/1998 México, México
09/02/1998 México, México
12/02/1998 Houston, USA
13/02/1998 Houston, USA
15/02/1998 Las Vegas, USA
12/03/1998 Tokio, Japón
14/03/1998 Tokio, Japón
16/03/1998 Tokio, Japón
17/03/1998 Tokio, Japón
20/03/1998 Osaka, Japón
21/03/1998 Osaka, Japón
29/03/1998 Buenos Aires, Argentina
30/03/1998 Buenos Aires, Argentina
02/04/1998 Buenos Aires, Argentina
04/04/1998 Buenos Aires, Argentina
05/04/1998 Buenos Aires, Argentina
11/04/1998 Río de Janeiro, Brasil
13/04/1998 São Paulo, Brasil
17/04/1998 Syracuse, USA
19/04/1998 Montreal, Canada
20/04/1998 Montreal, Canada
23/04/1998 Chicago, Canada
26/04/1998 Toronto, Canada

The Band:
Mick Jagger: vocals, guitar, harmonica
Keith Richards: guitar, vocals
Ron Wood: guitar
Charlie Watts: drums

Aditional musicians:
Bobby Keys: tenor sax
Chuck Leavell: keyboards, backing vocals
Darryl Jones. bass, backing vocals
Lisa Fischer and Bernard Fowler: backing vocals
Blondie Chaplin: backing vocals, percussion, guitar
The New West Horns:
Andy Snitzer: sax, keyboards
Michael Davis: trombone
Kent Smith: trumpet, brass
Live Concert
mick jagger, keith richards, charlie watts

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