Keith Richards Previews ‘Live at the Hollywood Palladium’ with ‘You Don’t Move Me’ (LP Out 11/13, Live Stream 11/14)

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Live at the Hollywood Palladium, December 15, 1988 is an album released by Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards in 1991, documenting a wild live performance from three years earlier from Richards and some of his musical pals dubbed the “The X-Pensive Winos” — an ensemble including Waddy Wachtel, Steve Jordan, Charley Drayton, Ivan Neville, Sarah Dash and Bobby Keys.

This Friday, Nov. 13, the album is being reissued as a deluxe box set, among other variations:

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On Monday, “Keef” shared a preview of the film in the form of “You Don’t Move Me,” from the concert:

In connection with the album reissue, Live at the Hollywood Palladium 1988 will stream “live” on YouTube this SAturday, Nov. 14 — a one-time opportunity to watch the show in its entirety for free:

John Keith Richards fans around the world at 8pm GMT / 3PM EST / 12PM PST on Saturday November 14th, 2020 for this one time live streaming event. Featuring Keith Richards & The X-Pensive Winos full live show recorded at the Hollywood Palladium in 1988 along with exclusive videos, music and much more!

In addition to the new video performance seen above, Keith Richards also recently shared a clip for “I Wanna Be Your Man,” the early-era Stones hit written by Paul McCartney and John Lennon:

And here’s a “Little T&A,” as well:

A look at the Deluxe Edition Box Set (available to pre-order here):

Back when it was released, Live at the Hollywood Palladium received a pretty strong reception, with some critics lauding Richards’ turn as a front man, allowing him to step to the forefront on his first proper live solo album.

Said the review:

Live at the Hollywood Palladium is a solid live album that stands head and shoulders above most of the Stones’ live records, and is easily a must-have for any serious Rolling Stones or Keith Richards fan.


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