Rolling Stones' latest Vault release to come from 'No Security' tour

The Rolling Stones announced May 10 that the latest release in their “From the Vault” series will be “No Security - San Jose '99,” a 1999 concert from the “No Security Tour” that took place in San Jose, California. The film will hit the streets July 13 and be available on DVD, Blu-ray, DVD + 2CD, 3 LP and digital formats by Eagle Rock Entertainment.

The concert, which took place near the end of the tour, features the band on a stripped-down tour playing smaller venues with no security, no inflatables and no extras. The band is in an interactive mood as Jagger takes pictures of the crowd and gives high fives to fans. “We're here to have a good time,” Jagger tells the crowd.

The setlist goes retro back to the '60s and includes “Midnight Rambler” and rare performances of “Some Girls” and “Saint of Me.”

The new release is part of a string of “From the Vault” performances put out by the Stones over the last couple of years that have included a 1981 concert at the Hampton Coliseum, a 1971 Marquee Club show, a 1982 concert in Leeds and the 1969 Hyde Park show that marked the debut of Mick Taylor plus several from more shows from recent years.

The announcement on May 10 comes on the 40th anniversary of the release of “Miss You” in 1978. The song, which kicked off the “Some Girls” album, was a number 1 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 during a 20-week run.

The track list from “No Security - San Jose '99” (Source: Eagle Rock Entertainment):

  • Jumpin’ Jack Flash

  • Bitch

  • You Got Me Rocking

  • Respectable

  • Honky Tonk Woman

  • I Got The Blues

  • Saint Of Me

  • Some Girls

  • Paint It Black

  • You Got The Silver

  • Before They Make Me Run

  • Out Of Control

  • Route 66

  • Get Off Of My Cloud

  • Midnight Rambler

  • Tumbling Dice

  • It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll (But I Like It)

  • Start Me Up

  • Brown Sugar

  • Sympathy For The Devil