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|Live album by The Rolling Stones|
|Released||1 November 2004|
|Recorded||4 November 2002, 18 January 11 July, and 24 August 2003|
|Producer||Don Was, The Glimmer Twins|
|The Rolling Stones Live chronology|
Live Licks is a double live album by The Rolling Stones and was released in 2004. Coming six years after No Security, this seventh official Rolling Stones full-length live release captures performances from the band's year-long 2002–2003 Licks Tour in support of their career-spanning retrospective Forty Licks.
Of the special guests taking part, Sheryl Crow appears on "Honky Tonk Women", while Solomon Burke sings on his own "Everybody Needs Somebody to Love", which The Rolling Stones originally covered on The Rolling Stones No. 2 in 1965.
The Rolling Stones released two subtly different versions of cover art for Live Licks. While both feature the Rolling Stones logo's tongue in a very suggestive context, the British version features the woman without her bikini top.
All songs by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, except where noted.
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|United Kingdom||No. 38|
|United States||No. 50|
|United Kingdom (BPI)||Gold||100,000^|
|United States (RIAA)||Gold||500,000^|
*sales figures based on certification alone
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