The Rolling Stones / Sweet Summer Sun: Hyde Park Live


The Rolling Stones are to release Sweet Summer Sun: Hyde Park Live on 11 November 2013, an audio-video celebration of their two gigs in the London park this summer.

It will be available in a five different formats including a deluxe edition which features a Blu-ray, 2CDs, DVD and a 60-page book.

Across two Saturdays, over 100,000 fans saw the concerts to enjoy the band who were on great form. One of the highlights (we were there) was former guitarist Mick Taylor – whose live debut with the Stones took place at the original 1969 Hyde Park concert – joining The Stones on stage to guest on Midnight Rambler and Satisfaction.

As well as the deluxe edition, a 3LP vinyl + DVD combo set will be available, as well as 2CD+DVD and standalone video formats. The audio was produced by Don Was and remixed for this release by Bob Clearmountain.

Deluxe Edition (Blu-ray+DVD+2CD+Book)

2CD+DVD combo

3LP Vinyl + DVD



DVD & Blu-ray

  • 1) Start Me Up
  • 2) It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll
  • 3) Street Fighting Man
  • 4) Ruby Tuesday
  • 5) Doom And Gloom
  • 6) Honky Tonk Women
  • 7) You Got The Silver
  • 8) Happy
  • 9) Miss You
  • 10) Midnight Rambler
  • 11) Gimme Shelter
  • 12) Jumpin’ Jack Flash
  • 13) Sympathy For The Devil
  • 14) Brown Sugar
  • 15) You Can’t Always Get What You Want
  • 16) (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction


Disc One:

  • 1) Start Me Up
  • 2) It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll
  • 3) Tumbling Dice
  • 4) Emotional Rescue
  • 5) Street Fighting Man
  • 6) Ruby Tuesday
  • 7) Doom And Gloom
  • 8) Paint It Black
  • 9) Honky Tonk Women
  • 10) You Got The Silver
  • 11) Before They Make Me Run

Disc Two:

  • 1) Miss You
  • 2) Midnight Rambler
  • 3) Gimme Shelter
  • 4) Jumpin’ Jack Flash
  • 5) Sympathy For The Devil
  • 6) Brown Sugar
  • 7) You Can’t Always Get What You Want
  • 8) (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction


Side A: 1) Start Me Up 2) It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll 3) Tumbling Dice 4) Emotional Rescue

Side B: 1) Street Fighting Man 2) Ruby Tuesday 3) Doom And Gloom 4) Paint It Black

Side C: 1) Honky Tonk Women 2) You Got The Silver 3) Before They Make Me Run 4) Miss You

Side D: 1) Midnight Rambler 2) Gimme Shelter

Side E: 1) Jumpin’ Jack Flash 2) Sympathy For The Devil 3) Brown Sugar

Side F: 1) You Can’t Always Get What You Want 2) (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction

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Ron Hatchell

They rarely ever release an entire show. Better than nothing, I guess.


Very pleased with this being released. Went to the first night and was probably my favourite gig ever. Just ordered the 3LP version – it’s so nice to see most stuff being released on vinyl these days.


and once again a dvd-cd combo and not a blu ray-cd combo.
why do I always have to buy it twice? a stand alone cd and a stand alone blu ray.

Jack Kelleher

How about the big Japan editions??



A sad (and why oh why), incomplete cash grab.
These releases are just an afterthought (and damage control ?).

Let’s see.
The night of the concert you had a full, complete show appearing online.

And now they release several (incomplete) versions.

Guess which one I’ll be playing…