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    Is there any live footage (audio or video) from the stones shows? I am interested in learning more about those two shows (photos, set lists, etc.).

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    Setlist was the standard Fair Warning set

    On Fire
    Sinner's Swing!
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    Hear About It Later
    So This Is Love?
    Jamie's Cryin'
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    Isn't the photo on the back of Diver Down from this gig?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PT 5150 View Post
    Isn't the photo on the back of Diver Down from this gig?
    Yes, it is.
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    Great songs after the solo!! What a way to end the show!!
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    I wonder if the Stones felt a little bit like Black Sabbath did in '78, having to follow the mighty VH on stage? That was quite a set list for an "opening act"!
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    I wondered a few times why we haven't seen pictures of EVH with Keith Richards and DLR with Jagger backstage, or at least the two bands photographed together. You'd think they would have met and hung out a bit and that there would be some documentation of it. Or are the pics out there and I just missed them?
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    A video of this gig with VH in front of a massive crowd would have been awesome.

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    A Night At The Tangerine Bowl, 1981

    ”The front rows in Orlando were filled with these 12- or 13-year-old girls, some of whom were making the most unseemly suggestions.”
    - Mick Jagger, the New York Times, November 4th, 1981.
    In the fall of 1981, the Rolling Stones were touring behind Tattoo You, released that August. It would be the largest Stones tour to date, breaking ticket sale records and raking in millions.
    Van Halen, on the road supporting Fair Warning, ran into the Stones in Orlando, Florida. They would serve as opener for both shows, marking the only time these bands would ever share the same stage.
    From the desk of Rock File contributing editor Mac Cancribbe comes first-hand snapshots of the Rolling Stones and Van Halen live at Orlando’s Tangerine Bowl, October 25th, 1981.
    A Seminal Rock Event to say the least.
    It was my first real rock concert. I was 15. Most of my family had gone to New Jersey to attend my uncle’s wedding. My brother John and I stayed in Orlando to go to the concert. We bought 20 tickets, 10 each, the maximum you could get. They cost $16.35 a piece and we sold them to friends for $20.
    Not much of a scalp.
    The Henry Paul band opened for Van Halen, who were supporting the Stones. Only later did I learn that Van Halen opened the two Orlando shows. That was it.
    Halen and the Stones, two nights only!
    A few songs into Van Halen’s set, David Lee Roth, speaking to the press box down front, shouted, “Do you know what the first thing the newspaper critic with the Elvis Costello haircut is going to write about this show in tomorrow’s paper? How fucked up Van Halen was!”
    The crowd cheers.
    “And you know what the second thing they are going to write is? How fucked up the audience was!”
    The crowd goes nuts.
    “Well, this one’s for the press!” Roth moons the press box, and the band kicked into “So This Is Love?”
    The stadium played “London Calling” by The Clash a few minutes before the Stones came out, switching to Duke Ellington’s “Take the ‘A’ Train” as the band finally took the stage:
    Mick Jagger in orange football pants, an orange tank top, an orange button-down shirt (completely unbuttoned) and pointy white shoes; Keith Richards in a short leopard coat; Bill Wyman in a yellow suit, standing still the whole time.
    I had wriggled my way down to the 30-yard line just before the Stones went on. They opened with “Under My Thumb.” I could only catch glimpses of Mick because everyone else was taller than me. When the song was over, I ran back to my end zone bleacher seats to enjoy the rest of the show.
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    It would be another eight years before the Rolling Stones returned to tour America. Van Halen was three years away from releasing the best-selling album of their career, 1984.
    Their paths would never cross again, but for two nights in Orlando in the fall of ‘81, the Rolling Stones and Van Halen rocked the Tangerine Bowl, and it was good.
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    Does anyone (besides me, lol!) remember the very first MTV video awards show and Ron Wood reading the card at the podium saying "I don't know who any of these guys are" (referring to Van Halen) when he announces that they have won the video award for Jump. Then as Diamond Dave is up there giving his acceptance "speech", Ron Wood was standing back behind him, sort of mocking Dave the whole time. I still have it on vhs somewhere.
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    I remember more of Ron Wood agreeing with some usual DLR non-sequitor, I don't remember any mocking, DLR was just speaking out of his ass as usual, high as a kite probably, and Ron Wood looked to be high as a kite as well, just back there nodding in agreement.

    I don't remember him dissing VH or DLR, just acting like a guy who hard snorted a line as long as your arm. But that was a LONG time ago, so I could be way off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlotte'82 View Post
    Does anyone (besides me, lol!) remember the very first MTV video awards show and Ron Wood reading the card at the podium saying "I don't know who any of these guys are" (referring to Van Halen) when he announces that they have won the video award for Jump. Then as Diamond Dave is up there giving his acceptance "speech", Ron Wood was standing back behind him, sort of mocking Dave the whole time. I still have it on vhs somewhere.


    I've just looked for that clip on youtube...

    Found several crazy Ron Wood clips from that night of the first VMA ... but wasn't able to locate the clip with Roth accepting the award.

    Would love to see it however. Hope someone uploads it. ('',)b

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlotte'82 View Post
    Does anyone (besides me, lol!) remember the very first MTV video awards show and Ron Wood reading the card at the podium saying "I don't know who any of these guys are" (referring to Van Halen) when he announces that they have won the video award for Jump. Then as Diamond Dave is up there giving his acceptance "speech", Ron Wood was standing back behind him, sort of mocking Dave the whole time. I still have it on vhs somewhere.
    You're right Charlotte82. I remember it too. Ronnie Wood opened the envelope and said "The winner is David Michael Eddie Anthony Roth Van Halen Jump" (Jump won for Best Concert Video.) Dave didn't seem fucked up, first time I remember hearing "Look at all the people here tonight." Ronnie Wood was drunk as hell, had drink in his hand. Ronnie Wood was toasting what Dave was saying, behind his back. I didn't take it as him mocking though. Just a happy drunk agreeing with the guy at the mic.
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