Album artwork for From the Vault: Live In Leeds 1982 by The Rolling Stones

Continuing the very successful 'From The Vault' series of classic, previously unreleased Rolling Stones live shows, this release is taken from their performance at Roundhay Park in Leeds, England on July 25th 1982. This show was the last concert on their 1982 European Tour in support of 1981's acclaimed 'Tattoo You' album which would be their last live tour for seven years. About half of the 'Tattoo You' album is included in the set including the hit single 'Start Me Up'. This would be the last Rolling Stones show to feature Ian Stewart on piano. The footage has now been carefully restored and the sound has been newly mixed by Bob Clearmountain for this first official release of the show..

The Rolling Stones

From the Vault: Live In Leeds 1982

Eagle Rock Entertainment
Album artwork for From the Vault: Live In Leeds 1982 by The Rolling Stones
LPx3

$69.99

Bonus DVD

Black
Includes bonus disc
Released 12/15/2015Catalog Number

EV307429

Album artwork for From the Vault: Live In Leeds 1982 by The Rolling Stones
LP

$34.99

Blue Ray

Released 11/20/2015Catalog Number

EVSBD30978

The Rolling Stones

From the Vault: Live In Leeds 1982

Eagle Rock Entertainment
Album artwork for From the Vault: Live In Leeds 1982 by The Rolling Stones
LPx3

$69.99

Bonus DVD

Black
Includes bonus disc
Released 12/15/2015Catalog Number

EV307429

Album artwork for From the Vault: Live In Leeds 1982 by The Rolling Stones
LP

$34.99

Blue Ray

Released 11/20/2015Catalog Number

EVSBD30978

Continuing the very successful 'From The Vault' series of classic, previously unreleased Rolling Stones live shows, this release is taken from their performance at Roundhay Park in Leeds, England on July 25th 1982. This show was the last concert on their 1982 European Tour in support of 1981's acclaimed 'Tattoo You' album which would be their last live tour for seven years. About half of the 'Tattoo You' album is included in the set including the hit single 'Start Me Up'. This would be the last Rolling Stones show to feature Ian Stewart on piano. The footage has now been carefully restored and the sound has been newly mixed by Bob Clearmountain for this first official release of the show..